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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Tuesday 11/21/2017

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Former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger joined Dan and Amy to talk about his decision to enter the race to un-seat current President Toni Preckwinke:

 

Salena Zito is a reporter for the Washington Examiner, New York Post columnist and CNN Contributor. She joined Dan and Amy to talk about why Pennsylvania could have a big impact on the 2020 election:

 

Star Parker joined Dan and Amy to talk about the work her organization Center for Urban Renewal and Education does:

 

Dan and Amy’s producer Justin Kosek’s family fell victim to an elaborate kidnapping scheme on Monday that had the family convinced their daughter was in danger and cost them thousands of dollars. Justin’s mother Tina and Sister Hannah joined Dan and Amy to tell their story. Justin has set up a GoFundMe page to help the family recover:

 

Eight women are claiming that longtime TV news veteran Charlie Rosemade unwanted sexual advances towards them, which allegedly involved lewd phone calls, inappropriate touching, and nudity in their presence.

 

5 Grossest Allegations in the Charlie Rose Bombshell Article.

 

New York Times journalist Glenn Thrush has been suspended following sexual misconduct allegations in a story published Monday on Vox. The Times confirmed on Monday that Thrush, who was hired in January to cover the Trump administration, had been suspended while the publication investigates.

 

Leigh Corfman, the woman who accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of initiating a sexual encounter when she was 14 — and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney — said she feels “a weight has been lifted” since going public with her story, even though it has cost her personally and financially.

 

Former National Football League star running back Herschel Walker says NFL players, and all Americans, should never protest the country that has given them all that they have.