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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Thursday 11/30/2017

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Rep. Adam Kinzinger from the 16th district joined Dan and Amy with reaction to President Trump’s new twitter war with British Prime Minister Theresa May:

 

Florette and Andy Sokulski talked with Dan and Amy about the work Food for the Poor does and the needs in Haiti:

 

David French is a National Review columnist, Constitutional lawyer and bestselling author. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about the debate over tax reform in Congress:

 

Author and essayist Andrew Klavan joined Dan and Amy with reaction to all of the sexual harassment allegations swirling around the corridors or power:

 

Geraldo Rivera is taking heat for a tweet supporting ousted Today Show host Matt Lauer. He might feel more heat thanks to this 1991 interview with Bette Midler.

 

Sexual harassment is pervasive. Prominent men in media, entertainment and politics have, in recent months, had to answer a rising tide of sexual misconduct allegations. Dana Nessel, a Democrat running to be Michigan’s attorney general, has a simple solution: “Elect me, and I’ll never show anyone my penis, because I don’t have one.”

 

Garrison Keillor, whose soothing voice and gentle humor helped define the world’s view of Minnesota, has been dropped by Minnesota Public Radio for “inappropriate behavior” toward a co-worker. The details suggest it may have been a pretty innocent encounter.