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Today’s Top Story | Interview with Jay Barrett & his sister Bridgette on his call From President Trump!

March 11, 2019 | Top Story with Mark Jackson

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Today’s Top Story | Interview with Jay Barrett & his sister Bridgette on his call from President Trump! (0:10)

Jay’s message is that we all need to unite no matter what our differences are. Jay’s sister, Bridgette who is a 100% Democrat worked it out for his brother to have this call.
We had the honor to speak with Jay about his message of unity that is needed in America today. Jay was always a supporter of Trump even before he became President. He explains why he supported Trump and his reasons for wanting to speak with him.

Jay’s sister Brigdette also said of getting the President on the phone:

“Speaking to the President was like winning the Super Ball”

Jay’s message to President Trump is to: 

“Keep doing what you are doing and don’t change anything. You came this far just keep going. You have my vote in 2020.”

Fox News reported,

President Trump and Eric Trump fulfilled a terminally ill Connecticut man’s dying wish with a phone call on Tuesday evening — and all it took was a little help from the man’s sister, an elected Democrat.
44-year-old Jay Barrett, of West Haven, who has cystic fibrosis, left a hospital to begin palliative care at his sister’s home last weekend and asked for some sort of contact with the president before he dies.
His sister, West Haven City Councilwoman Bridgette Hoskie, who describes herself as “100 percent Democrat,” went on social media to help make it happen. Friends and other supporters sent emails to the White House and its online petition system.”

Here is Jay’s call with President Trump.


Today’s Top News headlines: 

  1. Manafort Gets Lenient Sentence Against Mueller’s Recommendation (12:10)
  2. Funding Secured For Over Half the Border Wall (13:06)
  3. ADP Report  Finds 183,000 Jobs Added in Private Sector (13:55)

The quote for the day is from Viktor Frankl

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

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