AMAC CEO Rebecca Weber and Real America’s Voice Host John Solomon Will Interview Top Presidential Candidates

Bohemia, New York is partnering with renowned journalist John Solomon to host a series of townhall interviews with the top presidential candidates. The interviews will air on Real America’s Voice.  The first interview is scheduled to air this Thursday, October 5 at 6pm EST with Vivek Ramaswamy. The second interview is scheduled to air on October 6 at 6pm EST with Donald Trump. Additional interviews will follow in the upcoming weeks. Rebecca Weber and John Solomon will interview the candidates and some of the questions will come directly from AMAC members.

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“We are thrilled to speak directly with the top presidential candidates and to hear their plan to address the national challenges that are critical to AMAC members,” said AMAC CEO Rebecca Weber. “This will provide an opportunity to have in-depth conversations on issues such as the economy, border security, healthcare, Social Security, and social issues that are often largely overlooked by the mainstream media and even the Republican debates. We won’t be focused on gotcha questions—we will be focused on the real issues that concern hardworking Americans and American seniors.”

“AMAC is one of the most influential grassroots groups in America, and its millions of members have a large stake in the issues at the heart of the 2024 election, from the future of Medicare and Social Security to the porous southern border that is now afflicting every community in America with drugs, crimes and depleted resources,” John Solomon said. “I am excited to partner with AMAC, Real America’s Voice and the candidates to create these conversations to help educate voters before they cast ballots in a few short months,” he added.

Hundreds of AMAC members have submitted questions for the candidates.

For background on hosts Rebecca Weber and John Solomon, see below:

Rebecca Weber is the CEO of the Association for Mature American Citizens (AMAC), the premier conservative grassroots organization for Americans over 50. Founded in 2007 by her father, the late Dan Weber, Rebecca helped grow the organization from a brilliant idea into a two-million-plus member association. AMAC is now the conservative alternative to AARP and is the fastest-growing conservative group in America.

As editor-in-chief of the AMAC Magazine, Rebecca has grown the publication to reach more than 1.7 million American households bimonthly. She also hosts the Better for America podcast to hear from leading conservatives on the most important issues facing our nation. She is the president of the AMAC Foundation, serves on the board of AMAC Action, and is a member of the Texas Border Coalition.

In addition to her role as CEO of AMAC, Rebecca serves as president and CEO of Hometown Insurance Agency of Long Island and Hometown Firefighters Services, the leading provider of retirement accounts and benefits for volunteer firefighters in the state of New York, Virginia and Connecticut. 

John Solomon is an award-winning investigative journalist, author and digital media entrepreneur who serves as Chief Executive Officer and Editor in Chief of Just the News. Before founding Just the News,  Solomon played key reporting and executive roles at some of America’s most important journalism institutions, such as The Associated Press, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Newsweek, The Daily Beast and The Hill.

Solomon’s executive experience includes helping to build the successful Hill.TV video platform as the newspaper’s Executive Vice President and serving as Editor and Vice President for Content and Business Development at The Washington Times, where he oversaw the transformation of the company’s content, audience, and revenue strategies.

Beyond his executive roles, Solomon has continued his role as one of the country’s most impactful investigative reporters, breaking stories that have resonated from the campaign trail to the White House and across the globe.

Before joining the Times, Solomon worked for two decades at The Associated Press, where he became one of the youngest news editors in the cooperative’s history at age 22 and rose to become the No. 2 executive in its Washington bureau. His award-winning investigative stories won wide acclaim for exposing what the U.S. government knew about terrorism threats prior to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

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