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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Tuesday 10/10/2017

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Matthew Continetti the Senior Editor for the Washington Free Beacon, joined Dan and Amy to talk about media coverage of President Trump and the Harvey Weinstein story:

 

Fox News Contributor and former Donald Trump Hispanic Advisory Council member Steve Cortes joined Dan and Amy to talk about the fight between President Trump and retiring Senator Bob Corker:

 

Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke has left law enforcement to work for a PAC supporting President Trump’s agenda. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about the fight between President Trump and the party establishment:

 

Jemele Hill, the controversial ESPN anchor who called for fans to boycott the NFL after labeling President Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter, has been suspended for two weeks by the network. She was suspended for targeting Dallas Cowboy advertisers.

 

Sunday when a video was leaked on Facebook that showed Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting a powdery white substance through a rolled up $20 bill.  He has since resigned.

 

Twitter has blocked a video of Rep. Marsha Blackburn announcing she is running for U.S. Senate because the announcement touted the congresswoman’s opposition to selling baby parts, which the social media giant claimed is “inflammatory.”

 

Donald Trump is now winning the national anthem debate without question, according to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith.

 

After going public with her claims against film mogul Harvey Weinstein in a story published by the Huffington Post Friday — former New York City television reporter Lauren Sivan gave her first TV interview about the allegations to Megyn Kelly.

 

Police have dramatically changed their account of how the Las Vegas massacre began on Oct. 1, revealing Monday that the gunman shot a hotel security guard six minutes before opening fire on a country music concert — raising new questions about why police weren’t able to pinpoint the gunman’s location sooner.