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December 5, 2017

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–On the Show:

–R. Scott Oswald, trial lawyer and Managing Principal of The Employment Law Group, joins David to discuss the legal implications of the string of sexual misconduct allegations made against public figures

–The Supreme Court rules that President Trump’s travel ban affecting six Muslim-majority countries can go into effect while lower courts sort out whether the executive action is legal

–Donald Trump’s personal banking information has been turned over to special counsel Robert Mueller, suggesting the FBI’s Trump-Russia probe is becoming increasingly focused on financial crimes

–John Dowd, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, says that “the President cannot obstruct justice,” a quote that has a strong resemblance to Richard Nixon’s “when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal”

–Back when Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a senator debating Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1999, he emphasized that the president can obstruct justice, a stance that has not aged well now that Trump’s attorney John Dowd is arguing the opposite

–K.T. McFarland, former Trump transition adviser, wrote in an email on December 29, 2016, that Obama’s sanctions against Russia would be bad for the Trump administration and that Russia “has just thrown the USA election to [Trump]”

–Sam Seder, host of “The Majority Report,” will not be getting his contract renewed as an MSNBC contributor after alt-right conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich demands his firing from the network over a 2009 satirical tweet

–Before Sarah Huckabee Sanders was the White House Press Secretary, she tweeted “when you’re attacking FBI agents because you’re under criminal investigation, you’re losing,” a statement that has not aged well now that her boss, Donald Trump, is attacking the FBI and under criminal investigation

–Voicemail thinks that MSNBC is the propaganda arm of the DNC

–On the Bonus Show: CVS buys Aetna for $69 billion, chickens and goats help stop child marriage, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos no longer a centi-billionaire, and much more…

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