Too Much Truth: Political RoundtablePolitical strategists for both the Republican party and the Democratic Party stopped by to talk about the results of the Iowa Caucus. Killer Mike was apart of the discussion and he made it very clear that he is all about black people and Bernie Sanders is his pick for the presidency.
Rashad Richey: Donald Trump Has Fooled You AllThere's an actual Old English word called "trumpery", which means attractive but of little value or use, showy but worthless. Ironically this term perfectly describes the campaign and propaganda machine around Donald J. Trump(ery). Rashad Richey has something to say about it.
Too Much Truth: The Latest Republican Debate
Maria Boynton Reports: Atlanta Religious Leaders Condemn Donald Trump Call Banning All Muslims From Entering U.S.They met to urge "Faith over Fear". Watch as Rev. Dr. Bernice King joins other members of the Multi-faith Community to show "collective disdain for hateful rhetoric against our Muslim Brothers and Sisters".
Too Much Truth: Diamond and Silk for Trump 2016
Paintings Of Trump With Swastika Spotted In GeorgiaA painting portraying Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and a swastika has been spotted along an Atlanta road in Georgia.
Trump Doubles Down on Anti-Muslim RhetoricRashad Richey, and the WAOK community discuss and react to Donald Trump's statements about banning all Muslims from entering the United States.
Donald Trump: I Want CNN To Pay Me $5 Million To Appear In Next GOP DebateRepublican presidential hopeful Donald Trump joked Monday that he may charge CNN for appearing in the next GOP primary debate — but probably won't because he'd be called a "chicken."
Ben Carson's Anti-Muslim Rhetoric
Donald Trump Has Until Sept. 30 In South Carolina To Rule Out Third-Party RunDonald Trump has until Sept. 30 to pledge to rule out a third-party run if he intends to appear on the South Carolina primary ballot.
After Raucous Debate, GOP's Rowdy 2016 Field Is Back At WorkThe raucous field of Republican presidential candidates hustled back before voters Friday, hoping to build on momentum from their first meeting of the 2016 campaign — and clean up any debate-night messes left behind.
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