EMF President Alan Mason exits after 16 years service for semi-retirement.
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U.S. House Democrats will vote Wednesday (1/15) on transmitting the impeachment articles to the Senate, which will begin the Impeachment Trial of President Donald J. Trump next Tuesday, January 21st. Once under way, the trial—with U.S. Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts presiding—will be the Senate’s only business until it concludes. It will be conducted every day including Saturdays; Sunday will be the sole day off. The Salem Radio Network will provide unprecedented, comprehensive coverage of the Impeachment Trial including:
Live longform gavel-to-gavel broadcast of the Senate proceedings via SRN News and TOWNHALL News
Ongoing updates and analysis from SRN’s nationally syndicated talk hosts Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Dennis Prager, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Larry Elder and Dan Proft; SRN’s talk hosts will also provide instant reaction to the Senate’s deliberations from SRN listeners coast-to-coast.
Round-the-clock reports from key SRN/TOWNHALL correspondents including Greg Clugston at the White House, Bob Agnew in the U.S. Senate and Bernie Bennett at the U.S. House.
SRN will also provide a daily “wrap” of Trial highlights, featuring insight from SRN correspondents and analysis from experts including former Arizona congressman JD Hayworth, who served in Congress during the Impeachment Trial of then-President Bill Clinton.
Tom Tradup, VP/News & Talk Programming, states: “SRN stands ready to provide our audiences total access to this—hopefully—once in a lifetime event that promises to make history each day of the proceedings.”
Brandi Lanai celebrates 14 years at KSGN/Riverside
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