Today’s a big day for the Going Red book tour in Washington DC, but we had a pretty big day yesterday in New York City, too. Before climbing about the Acela last night — and that was an adventure in itself — we wrapped up the Big Apple part of the initial release tour with a couple of friends. On Newsmax TV, Steve Malzberg and I discussed the book and its implications for both the primary and general election in 2016:
Almost immediately after that interview, I sat down with my friend Dana Loesch at The Blaze to discuss the elections and the book. Blaze TV is a subscription service, but they have posted this clip from the longer interview:
Today’s schedule in DC will be fun, but hectic — and readers can actually join one event live. I will speak at The Heritage Foundation at noon ET today about Going Red and the election this cycle, and how conservatives can expand their reach. Prior to that, Heritage will host a live Facebook event at 11 ET, and I’ll do a one-on-one interview with the Daily Signal. The noon event will be live-streamed at the link above, so everyone can watch and participate in both live events.
Just before then, I’ll speak with Laura Ingraham on her show at 10:30. This evening, I’ll do evening drive at 5:30 with Larry O’Connor at WMAL, and then Mark Levin will have me as a guest on his show around 8:30 pm. It will be a very busy day — but fun!