After the hard fought midterms, we will all need a break! Join us for a week with like minded friends and patriots as we celebrate the end of the midterms and start laying the ground work for 2020!

The glorious ms Oosterdam will be visiting breathtaking ports –and as a guest of Women for Trump, you will have access to exclusive events with some very special guests available ONLY to those who reserve a cabin via Women for Trump.

Plenty of interaction with our guests and special speakers – including seminars, cocktail receptions and dinners. This will be informative and include Q&A with much discussion.

You don’t want to miss this inaugural Women for Trump cruise! It will sell out fast, so get your passports ready and start planning for this spectacular victory cruise!

General Mike Flynn - Tentative

LIEUTENANT GENERAL (RETIRED) MIKE FLYNN is a retired Army general with over 33 years of service, five of which he served in combat.

His military service culminated as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department’s Senior Military Intelligence Officer. His military career spanned conventional, intelligence and special operations forces assignments.

After retiring from the Army in 2014, General Flynn went on to serve in a variety of business, educational, and non-profit roles, to include supporting Veteran’s organizations around the country.

In 2016, he was asked by Donald J. Trump to join his campaign team as a Senior National Security Advisor where after a successful presidential campaign, the President asked him to serve as his first National Security Advisor. General Flynn would go on to serve as the nation’s 25th National Security Advisor.

After leaving service again, General Flynn has returned to supporting Veteran’s causes around the country, business and other educational and non-profit endeavors.

General Flynn is a New York Times best-selling author (his book is called THE FIELD OF FIGHT), he holds three master’s degrees, two honorary doctorates and is recipient of numerous military, intelligence, and law enforcement awards, to include the nation’s highest intelligence community recognition.

He is married, has several grandchildren and is looking forward to joining us.

Juanita Broaddrick

Juanita Broaddrick– author, “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That”

In 1978, long before the “Me Too” movement debuted, then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick. He has never been held to account.

Juanita owned and operated nursing homes in Arkansas, was active in the Chamber of Commerce and in nursing associations, and had volunteered in the Clinton for Governor campaign. Juanita had met Clinton at an event; when she began telling him about the issues facing nursing home operators, he asked if they could meet to discuss the issues further. They agreed to meet in the coffee shop of her hotel, but he arrived early and called her from the lobby, claiming it was too crowded, and suggested holding the meeting in her room. He was the Attorney General and the leading candidate for governor; she felt she was in no danger. She was, however, about to be brutally assaulted.

Except for sharing it with a handful of close friends, Juanita kept the trauma to herself. She was convinced that going public would only bring her misery and legal expenses. But twenty years later, when summoned for a deposition in the impeachment case against President Clinton, Juanita told the truth. News of her story leaked out, and Juanita was soon bombarded with media requests. After many months of avoiding the press, Juanita granted an interview with NBC’s Lisa Meyers. Meyers believed her, as did the network executives who saw the tape of the interview. (The President of NBC news just happened to be one of Bill Clinton’s golfing buddies.) Because she was “too credible,” and might sway public sentiment against Clinton, NBC chose not to air the interview until after Clinton’s impeachment hearings were over. They aired it at the same time the Grammy Awards ran on another network.

Juanita had bravely gone public with an agonizing story of an event she can never expunge from her memory, but unlike today’s “Me Too” members, Juanita did not garner sympathy, nor support, from “women’s rights” leaders. The President of the National Organization for Women, Patricia Ireland, declared, “We need to stop wasting our time on unproven charges.” So much for sisterhood.

In the fall of 2015, Hillary Clinton proclaimed that women who have been assaulted have a right to be heard and believed; Juanita reacted viscerally. She tweeted: “I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton … raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73 … it never goes away.” Juanita determined to do what she could to prevent this horrible woman from becoming President.  She has become a Twitter tour de force!

Juanita’s experience taught her much about political power, about “women’s rights” groups, and about the media. She has written about all of this in her book, “Better Put Some Ice On That,” (which is what Bill Clinton instructed her upon noticing her bloody lip as he left the scene of the rape).

Jessie Jane Duff

Retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff served 20 years on active duty and is currently a Senior Fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.  She is a frequent guest on Fox News, Fox Business, CNN and MSNBC national television and radio networks providing expertise on national security, military, veterans and economic issues.  Jessie aggressively campaigned for Donald J. Trump in 2016 which included a nationwide speaking tour with the Great America PAC prior to the election of our nation’s 45th President of the United States.

Amy Kremer

Amy Kremer is one of the founding mothers of the modern day tea party movement. In early 2009, while organizing some of the very first tea parties in the country, she started a social networking site and named it Tea Party Patriots. Shortly after, other people joined her efforts and one of the largest national tea party/grassroots organizations in the country was born, Tea Party Patriots.

After co-founding Tea Party Patriots, Amy joined Tea Party Express as the Director of Grassroots and Coalitions. She quickly became Chairman and worked to grow the organization into the most well known brand in the tea party movement.

Under Amy’s leadership, Tea Party Express, a political action committee, became the voice of the tea party through engagement in the election process. In January of 2010, Tea Party Express spent approximately $400K on independent expenditures in Massachusetts for Scott Brown. For the first time, activists realized the role they could play in elections outside of their own districts and states through donations, phone banking and social media. This was a game changer for the movement.

During the 2010 election cycle, in addition to Scott Brown’s historic victory in the Massachusetts Senate race, Kremer played a major role in several key elections. From victories for Sharron Angle for Senate in Nevada, Mike Lee for Senate in Utah, Joe Miller for Senate in Alaska and Christine O’Donnell for Senate in Delaware.

Kremer and the Tea Party Express would also play critical roles in defeating Arlen Specter’s bid for re-election to the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, and Bart Stupak’s bid for re-election to Congress in Michigan – after Congressman Stupak sold out and voted for Obama’s government-run healthcare scheme.

In October 2009, Amy was awarded the Shining Scalpel Award by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. This award has only been awarded three times in the 66-year history of AAPS. The award was given to honor outstanding service to the American people and to the profession of medicine by mobilizing the Tea Party movement, and organizing public town hall meetings to “cut” through the political rhetoric on “health care reform.” Amy was given this award because her leadership helped to “shine a light” so that patients can make informed political choices.

In January of 2016, Amy co-founded TrumPAC/Great America PAC, the largest grassroots pro-Trump political action committee to support the election of Donald J. Trump. In June of 2016 she branched off and co- founded Women for Trump to continue her support to elect Donald Trump for President.

Kremer considers herself a true Southern Belle. She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and attended Auburn University. She is a former Delta Airlines flight attendant who that has traveled all over the world. Before flying, Amy had a successful career in Real Estate in the Atlanta market.

While tea parties and political activism have consumed Amy’s life for the past 9 years, she still enjoys traveling, cooking, gardening, wine, and antiquing in her spare time. Amy is your average Mom that loves her country and wants her child to have what she has always had. She will continue to work tirelessly in an effort to protect the documents and freedoms upon which America was founded. Amy resides in Atlanta with her family and one teacup maltipoo.

Kathryn Serkes

Kathryn Serkes is president and founder of Square One Media Network, a strategic communications firm specializing in non-profit advocacy, coalition-building, media training and crisis communications. Since 1985, it has served business clients such as Boeing, Sheraton Hotels, Time-Warner Communications, Mexicana Airlines, Osler Healthcare and non-profits such as Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, The Pentagon Smart Spending Coalition, Free Speech for People, and the Washington State Dairy Commission. She’s worked with candidates from City Council to Senate to President.

Square One Media regularly hosts free or low-cost workshops for grassroots groups on how to lobby, meet the press and strategic action planning.

For more than 20 years she has worked in healthcare policy, founding the Doctor Patient Medical Association, with a mission to bring medical professionals and patients together to work for health care reform. With an emphasis on “health literacy,” she conducts Patient Power workshops to help people take charge of their own health and become empowered in a complex and confusing medical system.

Appointed by four Administrations to serve at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, she received that agency’s highest recognition, the “Director’s Award for Meritorious Service.”

An Emmy-award winning producer and reporter before founding Square One, her academic credentials include the faculty of Bellevue Community College and Guest Lecturer at George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. Her writing has appeared in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Hill and The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, and she’s been a guest on shows such as “Larry King Live,” “The Today Show” and “The O’Reilly Factor.” She is co-author of “Patient Power: The Patient’s Handbook.”

A popular speaker, she has addressed hundreds professional and grassroots groups across the county, from Alaska to Florida – from Tea Party rallies on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, to Rev. Al Sharpton’s “National Action Network” in Harlem, to seniors’ groups in Florida, to Dialogue on Diversity in Washington DC.

She has served as a Director for LGBT equality group, GOProud, and is Advisor to organizations such as Voice for Hope, Tikkun Olam Charity, and Liberty and Access for All.

Kylie Jane Kremer

Kylie Jane Kremer is a true southern belle born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She studied business and interior design at Georgia Southern University and University of Alabama. Kremer started in politics while in college with Tea Party Express traveling to 49 of the 50 states. For five years she worked hand-in-hand with the Chairman of Tea Party Express to take back the House and Senate as well as working to elect conservative candidates like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Rand Paul. As a young female millennial, Kremer became disenfranchised with the political establishment and the good ole boy network and decided to take a break from politics altogether. After a two year hiatus working in interior design, she grew tired of the liberal left claiming to speak for all women and decided to dive back in as the Executive Director of Women for Trump. Kremer is a strong advocate for policies supporting women, the America First agenda and President Trump.

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