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Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio. He grew up in New Jersey and spent his career advising candidates in for all levels of political office including President, Governor, and Congress. He was the youngest chair of a political party in New Jersey history.
A sought after speaker and coach, Rich is the founder of RZC Impact, a communications firm specializing in media training, public speaking, and strategy. His clients have included Fortune 100 C-Suite Executives, national television personalities, and bestselling authors. He has personally trained individuals for high profile speaking engagements appearances on national programs including Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, Larry King Live, CBS Evening News, Hannity, Today, and many others.
Rich is the author of “The Seven Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods of a PR Pro,” and a Visiting Associate at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University in New Jersey. He is the proud father of Patrick and Clare and lives in South Jersey with his wife, Brigid.
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On today’s show, Rich discussed the suspected terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, activists turning their attention from Confederate monuments to monuments of Jefferson and Washington, and Chris Cuomo’s claim that the extreme right is the number one domestic terror threat. At 5:20pm, Raheem Kassam, editor-in-chief of Breitbart London.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Rev. Al Sharpton arguing that monuments to Thomas Jefferson shouldn’t be funded by tax payer dollars, the media’s overreaction to Donald Trump’s comments on Charlottesville, and whether or not a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo will be removed. At 4:20pm, columnist Stu Bykofsky.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Councilwoman Helen Gym’s argument to remove a statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo, Donald Trump’s response to questions regarding Charlottesville, and whether or not we are on the verge of changing our Nation’s history. At 3:35pm, Congressman Tom MacArthur. At 4:35pm, Author Dinesh D’Souza.
On today’s show, Rich discussed violent protests in Charlottesville, North Carolina, President Trump’s denunciation of the KKK and white supremacy, and Al Gore’s new movie, “An Inconvenient Sequel,” flopping at the box office.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis’ belief that diplomacy is working with North Korea, whether or not the DNC “hack” was just an inside leak, and how to survive nuclear war. At 4:35pm Attorney Mark W. Tanner and his pursuit of a civil rights case against former PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s response to criticisms made by Sen. Mitch McConnell, the latest on North Korea, and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s alert on fidget spinners.
David Shulkin, the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, says they are following through on promises to modernize and cut down on wait times for veterans in need of care.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Gen. Mattis’ warning to North Korea, Mitch McConnell accusing Donald Trump of having excessive legislative expectations, and tents on the beach. At 5:30pm, United States Secretary of Veteran Affairs David Shulkin.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Donald Trump’s promise to meet North Korea with “fire and fury” if they continue with aggressive missile tests, beer becoming cheaper than soda as a result of Philadelphia’s soda tax, and the DOJ’s release of 413 emails regarding Loretta Lynch’s meeting with Bill Clinton.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the United Nations Security Council’s decision to hit North Korea with new sanctions, Donald Trump reviving the coal industry, and Rep. Maxine Waters’ unforgettable appearance on The View.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s decision to impanel a Grand Jury, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster allowing Susan Rice to maintain access to classified information, and White House Policy Adviser Stephen Miller vs CNN’s Jim Acosta. At 5:15pm, Jay Combs, Senior Trial Counsel for the Thomas More Law Center.
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump’s introduction of a new immigration act, Ben Rhodes being named as a person of interest in an investigation into improper unmasking, and Jeff Session’s declaration to crack down on bad cops.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Anthony Scaramucci’s departure from the Trump Administration, the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s push for a record 22,000 points, and NASA’s Planetary Defense System. At 4:20pm, Darpana M. Sheth, Senior Attorney for the Institute of Justice. At 5:30pm, radio talk show host Dave Ramsey.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Anthony Scaramucci being ousted as White House Communications Director after just 10 days on the job, NJ Gov. Chris Christie confronting a heckler at a baseball game, and Sen. Bernie Sanders’ inability to implement a single payer healthcare system in the state of Vermont.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Anthony Scaramucci suggesting that Reince Priebus was the White House leaker, Sen. Dick Durbin claiming that the U.S. is headed towards a single payer healthcare system, and a stylish fist fight that broke out at Center City Sips.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the Senate’s inability to pass a bill that would fully repeal Obamacare, whether or not Attorney General Jeff Sessions could be heading back to the Senate, and the Trump administrations decision to reinstate a ban on transgender people from joining the U.S. military.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the Senate’s successful vote to formally begin debate on a new healthcare bill to replace Obamacare, Anthony Scaramucci’s threat to fire everyone in order to prevent White House leaks, and whether or not Donald Trump plans to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Jared Kushner’s meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump’s address on Obamacare repeal, and Anthony Scaramucci’s performance on CNN. At 4:30pm, Sen. Tom Coburn.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Sean Spicer’s resignation as White House Press Secretary, Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to sign a bill that raises the smoking age in New Jersey, and whether or not Rep. Maxine Waters will run for president in 2020. At 3:30pm, Ronica Cleary, contributor for The Hill. At 5:30pm, movie critic Mara Reinstein.
Senator Pat Toomey is still working to reach a compromise on legislation with all the Republicans in the Senate that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump’s criticisms of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, O.J. Simpson granted parole, and Joy Behar’s love for Sen. Bernie Sanders. At 3:30pm, Dr. Mazz. At 4pm, author of “The Political Spectrum,” Professor Thomas Hazlett. At 4:30pm, Joshua Windham, from the Institute of Justice. At 5:30pm, Sen. Pat Toomey.
Let me clarify that if you are convicted of a crime, I have zero problem with the government seizing property used in the commission of that crime.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Sen. Mitch McConnell’s pledge to hold an Obamacare repeal vote next week, AG Jeff Sessions and the Justice Department reinstating civil asset forfeiture, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Wall Street fundraiser in Martha’s Vineyard.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Republican failure to repeal Obamacare, Chuck Schumer’s claims that President Trump is actively trying to undermine the U.S. healthcare system, and why more and more college students are embracing Socialism.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the moderate Senate Republicans who are unwilling to repeal Obamacare despite numerous campaign promises, Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with an attorney who supposedly has ties to the Russian government, and a study naming New Jersey the least fiscally responsible state in the country. At 5:20pm, Milo Yiannopoulos, author of “Dangerous.”
Milo Yiannopoulos says left wing radicals on college campuses are the real cause of political violence.
On today’s show, Rich discussed accusations of collusion between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian officials, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ claim that the GOP Healthcare Bill is similar to 9/11, and day 2 of Gov. Chris Christie’s radio audition in New York City.
On today’s show, Rich discussed allegations of collusion between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer, Chris Christie’s radio audition in New York, and a report suggesting that former FBI Director James Comey may have had classified information in the some of the personal memos he leaked. At 4pm, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli.
3pm – Rich analyzes today’s meeting between President Trump and Russian President Putin, and explains why most of the president’s critics are so annoyed that Trump said it was an honor to meet Putin; Rich […]
3pm – Rich dissects President Trump’s speech today in Poland. Rich and Dawn revisit the controversy over Gov. Christie on the beach, and the U.S. plan to put boots on Mars. 4pm – Rich comments on […]