Episode

10/20 Final Debate Review With Thom Hartmann, Ari Rabin-Havt, and Cliff Schecter

October 20, 2016

Cliff Schecter explains how Trump went from having his best debate to his worst debate. Is Trump another far right candidate that Russia backs. Trump’s shocking refusal to accept losing.  Donald Trump’s calculated white supremacy. The obvious difference between Al Gore and Donald Trump. The disgrace of the lack of climate coverage in the debate and William Kristol has a meltdown on Morning Joe.

Thom Hartmann joins the show to discuss the Morning Joe and William Kristol freakout. Why Donald Trump is a natural leader of the Republican Party. Why the Republican establishment owns Donald Trump. The dark money that fuels Republican media. Why we are not going back to normal after Trump loses and will Hillary Clinton be more ruthless than Barack Obama? Pushing Hillary Clinton to the Left.

The exchange where Hillary Clinton dominated Donald Trump and when Trump wouldn’t promise to accept the results of the election if he loses. How is Donald Trump’s TV Network going to get rolled out? Why the Right is all about entertainment and Trump’s insane comments on abortion. Trump says we need to take care of the “bad hombres”. Trump calls Hillary a “nasty woman”.

Ari Rabin Havt joins the discussion to ponder the next possibilities of what might happen on the Supreme Court. Obama’s legacy, Merrick Garland and Citizens United. Chris Cuomo calls out Kellyanne Conway. How Pete Peterson corrupts public debate.

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