The co-hosts celebrate Juneteenth with Hayden and Mickey Stevensons song I Cant Breathe performed by Deitrick Haddon.
Journalist and 2020 Pulitzer Prize winner Nikole Hannah-Jones weighs in on the significance of Juneteenth and discusses statues being removed across the country and systemic racism in policing.
Then, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser defends painting of Black Lives Matter on the road to White House and her efforts to make the U.S. capitol the countrys 51st state.
Plus, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard surprise parents of newborn identical quadruplets Jenny and Chris Marr.
The latest on the unprecedented government reaction to the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic hosted by Larry O'Connor.
MAYOR MURIEL BOWSERMayor of the District of ColumbiaMayor Muriel Bowser joins Larry O'Connor on the podcast to discuss the latest developments regarding the shutdown in the District of Columbia in reaction to the covid-19 pandemic.
SALENA ZITONational Political Reporter, Washington ExaminerSalina joins Larry O'Connor to discuss her newest columns focusing on the reactions in small towns in Pennsylvania and Ohio to the state and federal government's economic and social restrictions in reaction to the covid-19 pandemic.
LEE SMITHInvestigative ReporterLee Smith talks with Larry O'Connor about the ever-expanding Obamagate scandal including the revelations regarding unmasking during the Obama Administration.
The Racing Presidents had the esteem pleasure to sit down with the Mayor of Washington D.C. Muriel Bowser during the Opening Day festivities. She says what she expects the reception to be Tuesday night for Bryce Harper, following the growth of the Nats fan base, and even updates the latest on the RFK site.
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Aug 2nd, 1972
Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States of America