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Race in America

August 18, 2017
The panelists discuss race in America and Hope Hicks' new promotion.

Steve Bannon’s out at the White House, aftermath of white nationalist protests in Charlottesville

August 18, 2017
President Donald Trump’s administration made headlines again with the exit of chief strategist Steve Bannon Friday. The panelists also discussed what led to the violence in Virginia, how elected officials responded, and where America goes next.
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Meet Hope Hicks, interim White House communications director

December 6, 2016
Donald Trump ran an unconventional campaign, and the one person who was by his side everywhere he traveled was his 27-year-old press secretary Hope Hicks.
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Race Card Project: Pain and Anguish

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June 26, 2015
After a gunman killed nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina church in 2015, Michele Norris of The Race Card Project shared the “pain and anguish” being felt across the country. “Tired of saying that we matter” and “Don’t ask me to just forget” were just two of the six-word essays shared on both sides of the issue.
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Race Card Project: “Must we forget our Confederate ancestors?”

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June 26, 2015
The 2015 Charleston church shooting that left nine African Americans dead sparked a national debate about Civil War artifacts including the Confederate flag. Michele Norris of The Race Card Project shares several six-word essays about why some people hold on tightly to their ancestry. “Must we forget our Confederate ancestors?” Jesse from Charlottesville, Virginia wrote.
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President Donald Trump talks Vladimir Putin, FBI raid of Paul Manafort’s home

August 11, 2017
President Trump's comments from the week are discussed.

How will the United States respond to North Korea’s nuclear threat?

August 11, 2017
The panelists discussed possible options to de-escalate the nuclear standoff between the United States and North Korea.
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Trump's frustration with the Afghan War grows, diplomats respond to leaked Trump transcripts

August 4, 2017
Trump's frustration with the Afghan War grows

President Trump turns to issues aimed at rallying his base, tensions flare between some Republicans, and Russia probe continues

August 4, 2017
President Trump turned his attention to issues that rally his conservative base – immigration and affirmative action – after last week’s failure to move forward with health care reform in the Senate. But the president has again found himself in a familiar place: up against the ropes with news about continued Russia probes.