Date: March 10, 2020
“The Morning Joe panel contrasts the global response to the threat of the coronavirus to how President Trump and his administration are dealing with the virus in the United States. Aired on 03/10/2020.”
Date: March 09, 2020
“Hillary Clinton is smearing Bernie Sanders again.
During his interview with Hillary Clinton, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria asked if she would campaign for Bernie Sanders if he became the Democratic nominee for president.
Clinton has let loose on Sanders, even saying “nobody likes him” at one point, in the past few months, including in a newly-released Hulu documentary.
She told Zakaria she would “support the nominee of the Democratic party.”
“Will you campaign for him?” Zakaria asked.
Date: March 7, 2020
“In this episode of The Common Good, Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich discusses the three greatest Super Tuesday surprises, the Democratic establishment’s push to hand Joe Biden victories in key states, and what Bernie Sanders needs to do to bridge the divide between the old and young factions of the party.
Inequality Media Civic Action with Robert Reich is a digital media organization aimed at debunking right-wing lies, educating the public about inequality and imbalance of power, and breaking down solutions to the economic and structural issues plaguing our country. We provide a platform for you to learn, share your ideas, and, hopefully, mobilize your communities to make change for the common good.”
Date: March 7, 2020
“Bernie Sanders is running a new campaign ad featuring President Obama.
Independent Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders just became the most recent hopeful to release an ad featuring former President Barack Obama despite Obama’s pledge not to endorse anyone, and Sanders’ spot is deceptively edited.
After a disastrous Super Tuesday, Sanders released an ad that cobbles together positive things that President Obama has said about Sanders in the past, but almost no video footage of Obama actually speaking.
Date: March 6, 2020
“Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich discusses Mitch McConnell’s Do-Nothing Senate Republicans, who have refused to serve as a check on Donald Trump’s power or take up the nearly 400 bills passed by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives. Fortunately, voters can send many of them packing come November.”