Description: A stunning report in TIME Magazine says that Trump is all but ignoring his intelligence briefers and the information they present to him. John Walcott, who broke the story, says “for the most part, the briefings have stopped” because of this. Lawrence discusses with Walcott, Chris Whipple and Mieke Eoyang.
Charles Sykes talked about his new book in which he weighs in on the current state of the conservative movement. Charles Jay Sykes is an political commentator and prominent never-Trumper.
From 1993 to 2016, Sykes hosted a talk show on WTMJ in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
12 min: Alex Jones
13 min: Whatever makes liberals upset
31 min: I understand how people acted in the 1930s:
- at least he made the trains run on time
- at least he cut taxes
With Roy Moore does the right still view itself as the party of family values and decency?
34 min: The evangelical leaders who justify Roy Moore are doing more damage to religion than any atheist
We’ve adopted a morally-relativistic win-at-all-costs mentality
Duty To Warn is an association of mental health professionals and other concerned citizens who advocate Trump’s removal under the 25th Amendment on the grounds that he is psychologically unfit.
Trump literally pretended to be a different person in order to get on the Forbes 400 list. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. http://www.tytnetwork.com/join
“A former Forbes reporter says that President Donald Trump lied to him in order to make the Forbes 400 list of the wealthiest Americans, including impersonating an aide who didn’t exist to claim wealth he didn’t have.
An audiotape of the reporter’s alleged 1984 conversation with Trump was published in The Washington Post Friday. in which Trump is said to have disguised his voice.
While working on the Forbes 400 in May 1984, the reporter says that Trump contacted him claiming to be an aide named John Barron. In 2016, The Washington Post revealed that Barron was actually Trump himself and that he often used the name to pretend to be his own spokesperson.”