Episode

11/15 Trump is a Dangerous Fool & Obama Must Appoint a SCOTUS Nominee Now

November 15, 2016

Keith Ellison announces his candidacy for DNC Chair and calls for solidarity and prosperity. Hate crimes on the rise. The three ways to understand what’s happening in America right now. How to deal with Trump. Trump has absolutely no idea what he’s talking about. Can President Obama make a recess appointment to the Supreme Court? Trump is gonna attack Abortion and women’s health. Bernie Sanders is powerful on The View. All the ways Hillary Clinton’s campaign screwed up and why we need to be vigilant.

On The Fun Half: Why did Democrats lose? Bernie Sanders needs to have greater power in the Democratic Party. A teacher explains how to address bias and racism in the classroom during the Trump age and your calls and IMs.

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