Toni Holt Kramer

Ari Rifkin

ari-rifkinBorn and raised in Tel-Aviv Israel. Spent 5 years in IDF ending up as Sergeant Major. Lives six months in Florida and the rest of the year in New York, involved with the following charities Life, P.B. Opera, P.B. Symphony, Melanoma, International Society, Israel Cancer, Israel Sport Centers, Bascom Palmer.

Passions: Travel Photography, movies, theater, music and opera.

Annie Barnes

Wife, Mother, Political Science Major, Philanthropist and Entrepreneur.

Let us not forget that America was divided when Barack Obama became President in his defeat of Mitt Romney in 2012.

Popular Vote
Obama 65,915,795 (Electoral 332)
Romney 60,933,504 (Electoral 206)

And somehow we all united and compromised; and we still remain The Greatest Nation called the United States of America.

In your own time, rise above your disappointment and dissatisfaction of your particular candidate not winning…..just as half Americans had to do four short years ago when Obama became President. Show the resilience of the human spirit. And as Hillary Clinton said in her concession speech, “We owe him an open mind and a chance to lead,” and “our constitutional democracy enshrines the peaceful transfer of power, and we don’t just respect that, we cherish it. It also enshrines other things: the rule of law, the principle that we are all equal in rights and dignity, freedom of worship and expression. We respect and cherish these values, too, and we must defend them. Now — and let me add, our constitutional democracy demands our participation, not just every four years but all the time. So let’s do all we can to keep advancing the causes and values we all hold dear; making our economy work for everyone not just those at the top, protecting our country and protecting our planet and breaking down all the barriers that hold any American back from achieving their dreams.”

Recent Post/Blog:
Obama reminded the country today that we “are all on the same team”.

Heard from around the world:
“Should we head for the hills? No. The republic is bigger than its politicians and American democracy will survive. And yes, the world will have to come to terms with a Trump presidency – but Mr Trump will also have to come to terms with the rest of the world.”

Donald Trump clearly needs a lesson on articulation, clarity and consistency. Where he’s spoken up on the issues, he’s been reckless in his communication. But half of our fellow Americans clearly hear and desire the message beyond the messenger.

“Communication is the number one way in which we connect with each other and create relationships. We all want to feel connected and related. We get this by feeling heard. And we want to be heard in a way that supports us in our strength, not our weakness. But it is unreasonable to expect the person that is listening to give us the acceptance and compassion we desire when we deliver it on a plate full of drama and self-judgment.”

Trump and his team will need to do their part in uniting the nation, and at the same time, we as Americans need to do our part.

The government will not come into your homes and teach tolerance and compassion. The government will not control your daily acts of kindness to others. The government will not control where you go on mission trips to serve or what organizations you choose to volunteer. The government will not make sure you love, nurture, feed, and care for your children appropriately. The government will not fix our inner-cities if they aren’t willing to guide, instruct, be present and do the hard work it takes to develop caring individuals. The government will not teach our children to respect the opinions of others even though they differ from ours. The government will not tell your daughter or son that she/he is worthy and beautiful just the way they are. The government will not tell you to help or vote for a particular group or candidate just because they are male, female or black or white. The government will not prevent you from running for office. It’s our own judgment and rational that makes these decisions. It’s a privilege and a right to do the things we hold so dear because of our military service men and women have given their lives for our rights and freedoms.

Every four years there are winners and losers….and every four years we must analyze and look into ourselves in making sure that we are doing what is right…..and not what is easy (or politically correct).

Let’s pray that our new leader and messenger evolves into a better communicator for the betterment and unity of our country and a world that is looking down upon us. Half of America voted for him.

“Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone.” Romans 12:18

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Robyn Elam

I’m a 28 year old millennial female in AZ. I grew up a conservative catholic Republican. I fully back Donald J Trump. I’m also currently a bridal consultant but my true passion is politics. Politics and shopping!

Live, love and make America great again!

Moira Wolofsky

img_2443-largeMoira Wolofsky Fiore has been a residential and commercial real estate broker for the past 35 years in Florida and 10 years in New York. She lives in Palm Beach, Aspen & Beverly Hills and is a mother of three, including a daughter who attends Tulane University. Moira is married to international singer songwriter Jon Fiore. They love to travel, are avid tennis players and enjoy golf and skiing. They are members of the Mar-a-Lago Club, The Breakers, Maroon Creek Club in Aspen and the Beverly Hills Tennis Club. Moira has won numerous tennis tournaments at Mar-a-Lago, the Breakers, Turnberry, and the Maroon Creek Country Club. Donald Trump was once her tennis partner at Mar-a-Lago. Moira has chaired many galas and tennis tournaments and has been active in many charities and organizations such as the American Heart Association, Cystic Fibrosis and the March of Dimes. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Alexander Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Ballet Florida, Children’s Place at Home Safe and “LIFE”.


img_7824Good Day World, and isn’t it a happier and better world already, and good day Mr. President, Melania our new First Lady, and your beautiful family, and our family of Trumpettes, Trumpsters and supporters everywhere!

No doubt the most exciting evening of our lives, especially those of us who were blessed to be waiting for the results at the Mar a Lago Club, in Palm Beach. I am proud to say that over two dozen Trumpettes and our husbands gathered for dinner, all of us very nervous and praying for the result we inevitably got.

I think what kept my sanity was me saying the Universe would not have led us this far to let us down. Also, for me personally, I felt my mother, and my personal angel, were right by my side looking down not only taking care of me, but taking care of our beautiful country which is going to be even more beautiful than any of us could have even imagined.

Oddly enough, before leaving the house last night I had numerous phone calls from friends in Europe whose concern about this election was without a doubt at optimum levels as they watched with the rest of the world wondering what would happen to Europe if Donald J. Trump did not win.

In addition I have received countless congratulations from Trumpettes, Trumpsters and friends around the US who have taken this election so seriously, worked so hard and shared the stress as well as the encouragement of believing in our Superman Hero, as I named him last year in many interviews. I said he was hovering around the sky in his Superman outfit working very, very hard to eventually land and find himself behind the desk of the Oval office WHERE HE BELONGS.


We have a big job to do right along side our President and that is to unite and bring together more and more women and their children and to restore their FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND BELIEF. Our flag has always been a symbol of our great country and now she will fly higher and better than ever before. We need to gather groups of us and begin our work unifying and bringing in all those that were not for us during this election. Divided we fall and united we stand stronger and stronger day by day.

I am asking all of you to not only work hard to gain support for Mr. Trump, but to think individually about what you can do as part of this incredible movement to help bring this country together.

So with this in mind,

Left to right: Janet Levy, Suzi Goldsmith, Toni Holt Kramer, Terry Lee Ebert Mendozza
Left to right: Janet Levy, Suzi Goldsmith, Toni Holt Kramer, Terry Lee Ebert Mendozza

I am hoping that you will all take an active role in working on the ground to narrow the divide and bring emotional security to women, men and children throughout this country, and to give of yourself every day of the week to ensure the success of the United States of American and our best President Donald J. Trump, who our land has not seen and known for many, many years.

I am calling a special board meeting together, if any of you feel that you have anything to offer in this capacity, or a particular idea, thought or talent, please get in touch by emailing

We will take to the air with Sept au Huit (the French 60 minutes) who just interviewed us three weeks ago, and who at this moment are on a plane to Florida to interview once again the Trumpettes and hear the plans to do our share in helping to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

We are wiping the slate clean, so everybody, whether you were with us in the beginning or not, can think about joining us now as we unite.

Thank you God for this great opportunity for our Superman Hero to Save America and lead us on a new journey forward.


Toni Holt Kramer
Founder and President

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