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Steve Schmidt excoriates GOP. Child poverty is a choice. Bumbling Trump. War is good?
Steve Schmidt gives his worst yet excoriation of Mitch McConnell and the GOP. Mehdi Hasan highlights child poverty as a policy choice. Trump exposes his mental lapses. Exec thinks war is good.
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Topics covered on the show today.
Former Republican Operative Steve Schmidt excoriates Mitch McConnell and the GOP in no uncertain terms: Former Republican Operative turned Democrat Steve Schmidt did not mince his words as he slammed Sen. Mitch McConnell and the entire GOP for their implicit attacks on our democracy. [More]
Again, Mehdi Hasan nails it. Joe Manchin & the GOP are responsible for the child poverty explosion: DINO Joe Manchin and the entire GOP are responsible for the surge in child poverty as they block Biden and Progressives’ attempt to continue subsidies. [More]
Who is cognitively impaired? Trump thinks Obama is his opponent and Biden will cause World War II: In a speech where Trump questioned Biden’s cognition, he thought Biden would start WWII and is running against Obama. [More]
'War Is Good for Business,' Declares Executive at London's Global Arms Fair: Military-industrial complex players big and small gathered in London this week, hawking everything from long-range missiles to gold-plated pistols to arms fair attendees—including representatives of horrific human rights violators—as weapon-makers and other merchants of the machinery of death reap record profits. "War is good for business," one defense executive attending the biennial Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI) conference at ExCel London flat-out told Reuters. "We are extremely busy," Michael Elmore, head of sales at the U.K.-based armored steelmaker MTL Advanced, told the media agency. [More]
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