D-DAY, TRUMP & FREEDOM Chris discusses the recent memorials surrounding the 75th Anniversary of the famous D-Day Invasion, what was the largest amphibious assault in world history. June 6, 1944 was also called “the longest day” because our soldiers were said to have been battling for 24 hours straight, in order to capture the beachhead at Normandy. Yet in the midst of the historic celebrations has been controversy, with the Islamic Mayor of London speaking against the acceptance of President Trump by the Queen and government of England. Could the fact that Muslims fought for Hitler during the war have something to do with it? And perhaps the most important consideration for Americans today is to define what freedom it was that our forefathers fought so hard to defend.