Saturday, November 19th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific
A week after capturing the White House, President-elect Donald J. Trump began erecting his cabinet and staff members. Breitbart.com executive Stephen Bannon was appointed chief White House strategist. Senator Harry Reid, among many, rebuked the choice, reviling Bannon as a “champion of white supremacists.” A Washington Post report attempted to persuade readers that Bannon is dissimilar from Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbells. The global ramifications of Trump’s victory are still being determined, but Canadians report a spike in Americans seeking political asylum as well as a rise in violent Racist attacks in Canada. Black children in Michael Brown Jr.’s Missouri allege they’ve been the victims of numerous Racist attacks and organized a classroom walkout to protest conditions. NBA champion LeBron James accused New York Knicks general manager Phil Jackson of racially disparaging his childhood friends and business partners because they are black. Jackson branded James’ comrades a “posse.” Tellingly, In his 2004 book, Jackson used the same term to describe James’ black colleagues.
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