Washington Post’s Helaine Olen, Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein and Comedian Dave Sirus.
Time Code: David on Jeffrey Epstein and guns (0:42.97) Helaine Olen on Jeffrey Epstein and the demise of Barneys (36:06.6) Howie Klein on Jeffrey Epstein and then some more on Jeffrey Epstein (1:08:21) Dave Sirus on Jeffrey Epstein and conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein (1:59:22)
Helaine Olen, opinion writer for the Washington Post and author of “Pound Foolish,” co-author of “The Index Card.” Zack Ford, who covers the Trump White House for Think Progress. And The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and host of Culture Shocks.
Trump backed off on the citizenship question, but I.C.E. is planning to round up thousands of immigrant families on Sunday in order to deport them. Professor Anthony W. Fontes, author of “Mortal Doubt: Transnational Gangs and Social Order in Guatemala City” says Trump’s treatment of immigrants is cruel and inhumane, but somewhat typical of American presidents.
Actor Craig Bierko was nominated for a Tony for his starring role in The Music Man. People Magazine named him Broadway’s Sexist Star. Entertainment Weekly named him “one of the top 100 creative people in Hollywood.” For the past three years, Craig has starred as Chet Wilton on Lifetime’s critically acclaimed UnReal. He was one of the stars of Boston Legal and has starred in countless movies including Cinderella Man and Sour Grapes. Craig is considered a comedy genius’s comedy genius.
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