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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Tuesday 8/8/2017

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Following up on the July jobs numbers that were releases on Friday, Goldman Sachs economists say the outlook for jobs is even better than they thought, and unemployment could go as low as 3.8. CNBC Contributor James Pethokoukis joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the July jobs numbers, student load debt and the Republican tax reform effort in Congress:

 

November’s US election was, according to Kellyanne Conway, the “Forgotten Man” election. President Trump has returned to this theme from time to time, including last week in West Virginia. Author Amity Shlaes joined Dan and Amy to talk about her book “The Forgotten Man”:

 

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson joined Dan and Amy to talk North Korea sanctions, what went wrong in the health care reform debate and what’s next for Congress when they come back from their Summer break:

 

New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor joined Dan and Amy to come up with an escape plan for Dan and also talk White House leaks, North Korea sanctions, Russia and his new book “Use of Force:”

 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions had harsh words for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday after he and other city leaders announced a lawsuit against the Justice Department over its policy regarding so-called sanctuary cities.

 

Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies, creating a firestorm across Silicon Valley. James Damore, the Google engineer who wrote the note, confirmed his dismissal in an email, saying that he had been fired for “perpetuating gender stereotypes.” He said he’s “currently exploring all possible legal remedies.”

 

A couple are now the proud owners of one of the most exclusive streets in San Francisco — and they’re looking for ways to make their purchase pay.