Episode #270: A Low Barr for Exoneration

We don’t know for sure what’s in the Mueller Report — all we have to go by is Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary.  But with President Trump claiming complete exoneration and Democrats demanding to see the entire finished product, Ken Walsh of U.S. News explains how politics has taken over the process.

History will be made Tuesday in Chicago, as the two candidates running for mayor are both African-American women.  NPR’s Cheryl Corley tells us about the candidates and the issues facing the Windy City.

And Judy Goldsmith, the former president of the National Organization for Women, takes us back to 1984 and the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, where Geraldine Ferraro electrified the delegates when she became the first woman ever to appear on a major-party presidential ticket.

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Music used in this podcast:

Cousin Brucie Go Go by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Somebody to Love by Jefferson Airplane

Back to Chicago by Styx

Laugh Laugh by The Beau Brummels

Run the World (Girls) by Beyoncé

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