In December 2015, Jones initially "formed a bond" with Donald Trump , after the presidential candidate appeared on The Alex Jones Show , claiming that Jones had an "amazing reputation".  During the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton criticized Donald Trump for his ties to Alex Jones.   Jones said that Trump called him on the day after the election to thank him for his help in the campaign.  Since Donald Trump took office, it has been claimed Jones communicates with the President through aides, something which Chief of Staff John Kelly had reportedly tried to block.   In June 2017, journalist and commentator Bill Moyers wrote that Trump and Jones explicitly "operate as a tag team". 
The game would be won or lost without Girardi’s presence, but Rodriguez’s own revenge was soon to come. In his next at-bat in the top of the third, Rodriguez would ground out to short for an RBI, handing the Yankees an early 3-2 lead. By the sixth inning, the Red Sox were back on top, up 6-3, but on a 1-0 fastball from Dempster, Rodriguez silenced the crowd, crushing a solo-shot over the center field wall to cut New York’s deficit to two. His last two plate appearances would come in the seventh and eighth, and conclude with base hits up the middle and to second base, finishing the night 3-for-4 with two RBI in the Yankees’ 9-6 victory.
Alex Rodriguez, baseball's current biggest star, has now admitted to using steroids. A-Rod was a part of a list of 104 players who tested positive during a survey test in 2003 that was supposed to remain confidential, but somehow leaked Rodriguez's name.
So who are the other 103 players? Would they be surprises? Or is there no such thing as a surprise anymore? Was steroids more common than we ever lead to believe?
There are a few players we could put on that list, and they are players who found themselves in the Mitchell Report. Players like former Yankees Jason Giambi and Roger Clemens. Andy Pettitte may have been on that list as well.
It has leaked that Barry Bonds, whether he knew or not, has tested positive for steroids. Miguel Tejada, and Eric Gagné made it into the report as did Benito Santiago and Gary Sheffield who both had ties to steroids back in 2003. Randy Velarde admitted guilt.