Video News Release: Additional CPAC Newsmaker Soundbites
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch hosted groundbreaking live coverage of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) from Broadcast Row – featuring top newsmaker interviews by news anchor Emily Miller on Facebook live on February 23 and 24, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, at Washington’s National Harbor.
Among the many special guests were: Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president; David Clarke, sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin; David Keene, opinion editor of The Washington Times and former president of the NRA; comedian Tim Young; intelligence expert, retired U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shaffer; artist James McNaughton, famous for his painting “The Forgotten Man;” and Shane Bouvet, who was given $10,000 by President Trump for his father’s cancer treatments.
Below are newsmaker soundbites from three of the top Judicial Watch interviews at the 2017 CPAC:
Cut One: Hillary Clinton’s Grave National Security Crimes
Who: Chris Farrell, director of research and investigations, Judicial Watch
Cut Two: Weaponizing Social Media
Who: Bill Gertz, senior editor, Free Beacon; national security columnist, The Washington Times
Cut Three: Sanctuary Cities Are Havens for Crime
Who: Sheriff David Clarke, Milwaukee County, WI
Please click here to view Judicial Watch’s full historic coverage of the 2017 CPAC.