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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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Republican Congressman Jim Jordan says the House GOP is waiting to see what happens with the Senate health care bill.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Mitch McConnell’s decision to postpone a Senate vote on Obamacare repeal, Jim Acosta’s overreaction to the White House decision to hold press briefings off camera, and an undercover video showing a CNN reporter stating that he believes President Trump is correct when he calls the Russian collusion investigation a “witch hunt.” At 4:30pm, Congressman Jim Jordan. At 5pm, Eric Boehm, journalist for Reason.com. At 5:20pm, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. At 6pm, Philadelphia GOP Chairman Michael Meehan.
On today’s show, Rich discussed The Supreme Court’s unanimous agreement to reinstate parts of President Trump’s travel restriction executive order, the Congressional Budget Office’s report on the Senate Republican Healthcare Bill, and the FBI’s investigation into bank fraud involving Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife. At 4pm, David Cortman, from the Alliance of Defending Freedom.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Democrat overreaction to the Senate Healthcare Bill, Sen. Rand Paul’s belief that the GOP healthcare bill is just more of Obamacare, and speech under attack in Germany. At 5pm, Jean Morrow, Research Assistant for Domestic Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the unveiling of the Senate GOP Healthcare Bill, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s claim that the newly proposed healthcare bill will be paid for with American lives, and whether or not Conservative and moderate members of the Senate can come together to pass the bill.
Yes, that was an actual revelation by a New York Times reporter who covered President Trump’s recent rally in Iowa. No one cares about Russia.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the result of last night’s congressional race in Georgia’s 6th District, Sen. Ted Cruz speaking out against the usage of a “heckler’s veto” on college campuses, and the latest news surrounding the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial.
On today’s show, Rich discussed reaction to the death of Otto Warmbier, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ history of blaming right wing rhetoric for violence, and Georgia’s 6th district runoff election.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling that offensive language is protected by the 1st Amendment, Chuck Todd’s claim that Trump’s presidency is in peril, and the death of Otto Warmbier, the student held captive in North Korea for 17 months. At 4:20pm, Brian Kilmeade, from Fox & Friends host and NY Times Best Selling Author. At 4:30pm, Robby Soave, an associate editor at Reason.com. At 5:30pm, Zach Greenberg, a Justice Robert H. Jackson Legal Fellow.
3pm – Atty Gen. Jeff Sessions testifies today before Sen. Intelligence committee; Rich dissects the testimony; f-bombs could sink the Democratic Party; 4pm – 5pm –
On today’s show, Rich discussed President Trump’s first cabinet meeting, liberals who want to use the 25th amendment to remove the President, whether anyone really cares about the Cosby trial, and a historical marker missing one key detail. Also: a Philly ex mob boss gives thoughts on fighting terrorism.
You see, another one of their grand strategies of removing President Donald Trump from office vanished.
On today’s show, Rich talks about James Comey and how he may have broke the law with his testimony. President Trump faces the media for the first time since the Comey testimony, during a visit from the Romanian President. President Trump announces there was “no collusion” and “no obstruction” after the Comey testimony. Rich spotlights Nancy Pelosi and her advice to President Trump about just going to sleep and we have a Lawrence O’Donnell Mash-Up. Rich talks about Mika Brzezinski saying Trump may be “mentally ill” and is “not well” and Rich says it must be the full moon effecting the callers today.
National Review’s Andrew McCarthy’s take away from James Comey’s testimony before Congress was that Donald Trump has done nothing wrong.
On today’s show, Rich talks about the James Comey televised testimony and Comey’s admission of leaking information, how it is being viewed by the public and should be Comey be charged with a crime. Rich discusses President Trump’s legal ability to start or stop any investigation, when ever he wants. Rich talks about James Comey saying he felt “queasy” about being told to call the Hillary Clinton investigation a “matter”. Rich speaks with National Review Columnist Andy McCarthy about James Comey and his testimony.
Jocelyn Floyd, a lawyer for two students in Allentown, says their high school has no right to deny them from starting a pro-life club.
On today’s show, Rich talks about the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers, testifying about the Trump and the Russia probe. Rich discusses the build-up to the televised Comey testimony and his written statement released today. Rich talks with attorney Jocelyn Floyd about an Allentown, PA High School discriminating against a Pro-Life Club and its members. Rich spotlights Jeff Sessions ending an Obama-Era practice decried as a “slush fund”, Sean Spicer outlasting George Stephanopoulos in the briefing room and how ridiculous it is for President Trump to be getting sued for blocking Twitter users. Rich details the process of the Presidential pardon and why Trump is in the clear in reference to Flynn, Comey and Russia. Rich touches on the Philly ex-reporter who berated a Philly police officer outside a comedy club after being removed from the club, now wanting to meet him in person to apologize.
Comedian Who Captured Viral Video Of Colleen Campbell: She ‘Assaulted The Workers’ While Being Ejected
Wil Sylvince, the comedian who captured the viral video of Colleen Campbell verbally abusing a police officer outside Helium Comedy Club, says the former PHL 17 personality assaulted staff of the club while being ejected.
On today’s show, Rich discussed a classified intelligence leak that led to a woman being charged under the Espionage Act, the 73rd anniversary of D-Day, and a PHL 17 reporter who had a meltdown outside of a local comedy club. At 5:35pm, Will Sylvince, the comedian who recorded the viral video of an out of control PHL 17 reporter.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Saturday’s terrorist attack in London, whether or not Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse herself from any case involving Trump’s travel ban, and why Rep. Nancy Pelosi is turning to religion. At 4:30pm, New Jersey Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli joins the show to talk about his run for NJ Governor and tomorrow’s primary vote.
Conservative author and columnist Michelle Malkin blasted comedian Kathy Griffin for complaining about the backlash leveled against her.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the left’s overreaction to Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord, Hillary Clinton’s endless list of reasons for her defeat in the 2016 presidential election, and Kathy Griffin’s claim that she is being bullied by Donald Trump and his family. At 4:20pm, political commentator Michelle Malkin.
Utah Senator Mike Lee says Donald Trump made the right decision in withdrawing the US from the Paris Accord.
On today’s show, Rich discusses the US leaving the Paris Climate Agreement, and how will the media react. Rich talks with Barbera Backs the Badge Program honorary Police officer Joe Cooney, who works with the SWAT unit of the Philadelphia Police Force, Steven Weiler, VP, Philadelphia Lodge 5 Fraternal Order of Police, and Tom Hessert, Barbera Representative. Rich talks about how leaving the Paris Accord will or won’t effect the environment. Rich speaks with Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) about his new book, Written Out Of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the expectation that President Trump will remove the U.S. from the Paris Climate Change Agreement, Hillary Clinton’s claim that the press treated her private email server as if it were Pearl Harbor, and fallout from Kathy Griffin’s controversial Trump photo.
Comedian Artie Lange says he will no longer perform at colleges and universities because the audiences are too politically correct.
On today’s show, Rich discussed a Washington Post alleging links between Russian officials and Jared Kushner, Sen. John McCain’s claim that Russia is a greater threat than ISIS, and the latest Hillary Clinton coughing fit. At 5:20pm, comedian Artie Lange.
State Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli says he won’t forget about South Jersey if he is elected Governor.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold a block on Trump’s travel ban, the Congressional Budget Office’s score of the American Health Care Act, and whether or not Donald Trump pushed the Prime Minister of Montenegro. 3:30pm, Jack Ciattarelli, New Jersey State Assemblyman and Republican candidate for Governor. At 4:05pm, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli.
Memorial Day is not Veterans Day. They are two distinctly different days that we, as a grateful nation, show our respect to those who have served our country.