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MSNBC 17 Oct 2020

MeToo Founder Tarana Burke: 'Voting Is One Of The Last Things We Have Control Of In This Country'

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Tarana Burke, founder of the MeToo movement, says sexual violence survivors are a broad constituency and will be considering Trump's reputation at the polls.


President Trump is asked, "Do you believe systemic racism is a problem in this country?" by a journalist following a roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Florio is clearly honored to be a part of Episode 200(!) of the pod. He and Simms hit all the Week 7 games.
(1:40) TNF: Giants vs Eagles
(4:00) Lions vs Falcons
(7:30) Browns vs Bengals
(10:40) Packers vs Texans
(13:50) Panthers vs Saints
(16:50) Bills vs Jets
(18:20) Steelers vs Titans
(23:10) Cowboys vs Washington
(26:15) Seahawks vs Cardinals
(30:45) Chiefs vs Broncos
(34:00) Jaguars vs Chargers
(36:20) 49ers vs Patriots
(40:50) SNF: Buccaneers vs Raiders
(44:10) MNF: Bears vs Rams
(46:30) Best Bets: Florio and Chris are big on 2 NFC South teams
Lily Adams, former communications director for Kamala Harris' presidential campaign, criticizes Trump's selfish actions and defends his niece's decision to sue the president of defrauding her out of her inheritance Aired on 09/24/2020.
Tony Kornheiser (on FaceTime) and Michael Wilbon (in the studio) debate whether Game 5 of the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Miami Heat series will be the last time we see Giannis Antetokounmpo is a member of the Bucks, with Wilbon pointing out that letting Malcolm Brogdon go was a fatal mistake for Milwaukee. They also discuss whether Mike D'Antoni will be back with the Houston Rockets in 2020-21.
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