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Six Months of President Trump

Six Months of President Trump
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Today, Lee and Garland talk about the latest news on Donald Trump as he celebrates his six-month anniversary in office including an interview where he reveals second thoughts about Jeff Sessions, plus they discuss John McCain’s diagnosis and what it means for the Senate plus thoughts on US policy on Syria, and O.J. Simpson being granted parole.

It’s the six-month anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, and on today’s episode of Fault Lines with Nixon and Stranahan, Garland and Lee talk about a new interview where Donald Trump says he would not have appointed Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions if he knew that he wouldn’t  recuse himself from the Russian investigation. May also discuss the grave medical diagnosis for Arizona Sen. John McCain, and the effect it will have on policy and politics in Washington DC.

In the second round, we’ll talk about  United States policy in Syria – the Trump administration is sending mixed signals, but will media pressure on the Russian narrative  cause a cringe reaction for the president?

In the third round, there’s a new media frenzy as former football star and one time accused murderer O.J. Simpson has been paroled on his robbery conviction after support from his daughter.

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