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Barack Obama, Kamala Harris Talk Biden’s Quirks, Their Own Workouts, Mary J. Blige & More (Watch)




Former President Barack Obama and Sen. Kamala Harris talk Joe Biden in new campaign video

*Former President Barack Obama hopped on a video call with Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris for a new ad about what life is like campaigning with Joe Biden.

In the nearly five-minute clip from the Biden campaign, Harris asked Obama to speak about his relationship with his former VP. “What do I need to know? Like, what’s the thing about the ice cream? He loves ice cream. Tell me about that.”

“Ice cream is big. Pasta with red sauce, he can go deep on that,” Obama responded.

“He really does like those aviator glasses,” the former president added. “He knows he looks good in them.”

Obama said the main thing to know about Biden is that “Joe has never lost his sense of why we do this.”

The pair chatted mostly about life on the campaign trail, with Obama reminiscing about how “grueling” the road can be, both talking about having to squeeze in daily workouts, and Harris saying she loves to listen to Mary J. Blige and take a break to FaceTime with the kids in her life to “get a sense of the world through their eyes.”

The video ended with Obama reminding Harris to get enough sleep and stay healthy during the campaign.

“I’m going to be doing everything I can, and Michelle will be too, to make sure that we have a good Election Day,” Obama concluded.

Watch the entire video below:

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Mo’Kelly’s ‘2-Minute Warning’ Commentaries Syndicated Nationwide Via iHeartMedia’s Black Information Network




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*Mo’Kelly’s 2-Minute Warning commentaries on the news of the day are now syndicated nationwide and will be heard 5 days a week across the country as part of iHeartMedia’s new Black Information Network all-news format of stations.

This is in addition to his award-winning weekend program, The Mo’Kelly Show on KFI AM640 Los Angeles, political commentary for BBC Radio and co-host for the weekday iHeartMedia podcast, Nerd-O-Rama with Tawala Sharp.

Each day at :11 past the hour and :42 the following hour, Mo’Kelly offers 2 minutes on a top trending topic from politics, to culture and even entertainment.

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As stations are being added to the lineup, this list will grow and be updated as needed.

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W279AQ103.7FMMascoutahIllinoisn/a (KATZ-HD2 relay)
WODT1280AMNew OrleansLouisianaAffiliate
WNOE-HD2*101.1-2FMNew OrleansLouisianaAffiliate
W227BF93.3FMMinneapolisMinnesotan/a (KQQL-HD2 relay)
KATZ-HD2*100.3-2FMSt. LouisMissouriAffiliate
WWPR-HD3*105.1-3FMNew York CityNew YorkAffiliate
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W254AZ98.7FMCharlotteNorth Carolinan/a (WRFX-HD2 relay)
W256BT99.1FMClevelandOhion/a (WMMS-HD2 relay)
WGVL1440AMGreenvilleSouth CarolinaAffiliate
W248BQ97.5FMNashvilleTennesseen/a (WNRQ-HD2 relay)
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Trump Allegedly Said ‘Lack of Initiative’, Not Racism, Prevents Progress of Black Americans (Video)



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*The Washington Post reported Wednesday that President Trump allegedly said privately to senior officials that a lack of initiative, rather than racism, had prevented Black Americans from progress in the United States.

The Post story, which sourced two dozen current and former U.S. officials, put remarks Trump made in private in the context of other derogatory remarks it said he privately made about other groups, including Hispanics and Jewish Americans. The Post said many of the officials spoke candidly on the condition of anonymity because they said they feared retribution.

Officials said that in one instance, Trump said following phone calls with Jewish lawmakers that Jews “are only in it for themselves” and “stick together” in an ethnic alliance. In response to first lady Melania Trump’s planned 2018 trip to Africa, the president reportedly said he “could never understand why she would want to go there.” According to a former senior White House official who spoke to the Post, Trump responded to staffers who challenged him on his views by saying, “No one loves Black people more than me.”

The White House responded to the Post story in a statement from White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Matthews.

“Donald Trump’s record as a private citizen and as president has been one of fighting for inclusion and advocating for the equal treatment of all,” Matthews told the Post. “Anyone who suggests otherwise is only seeking to sow division.”

The article comes a day after Trump announced that he was extending his administration’s ban on race- and sex-based discrimination training for federal agency employees by including federal contractors as well.

Below, the YouTube show The Young Turks discuss Trump’s comments about Black people in Bob Woodward’s interview tapes for his new book “Rage.”

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Michelle Obama to Drop In on ‘West Wing’ Reunion Table Read Benefiting Her Voter Drive (Video)



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*For the first time in 17 years, the cast of 27-time Emmy Award winning NBC series “The West Wing” will reunite, along with creator Aaron Sorkin and executive producer/director Thomas Schlamme, for a special benefit stage presentation of a 2002 episode for HBO Max.

It’s happening on Oct. 15 and will support When We All Vote, a non-profit, nonpartisan organization co-chaired by Michelle Obama, who is scheduled to make a guest appearance, along with President Bill Clinton and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Cast members Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Anna Deavere Smith and Martin Sheen will reprise their roles from the third-season episode “Hartsfield’s Landing,” which premiered on February 27, 2002. The episode finds Sheen’s President Bartlet engaging both Sam (Rob Lowe) and Toby (Richard Schiff) in intricate chess matches that mirror the wily game of brinksmanship that Bartlet is playing with the Chinese, who are conducting war games in the Taiwan Strait. The Chinese threaten real war if Taiwan begins test firing its new U.S.-made Patriot defense missiles. Meanwhile, Josh (Bradley Whitford) is nervous about the 42 votes in a remote New Hampshire town’s election, which are counted immediately and always predict the winner of that state’s primary. Mischievous C.J. (Allison Janney) tries to upset Charlie (Dulé Hill) by hiding his copy of the President’s top-secret daily schedule — prompting a spate of playful tricks.

Watch clips from the original episode below:

A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote is produced by Casey Patterson Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted Television. Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme and Casey Patterson are the executive producers. Rob Paine is co-executive producer and Schlamme will serve as director.

Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote was founded to increase participation in America’s elections. WarnerMedia will make a donation to the organization and the production will strictly follow COVID Safe Way Forward Protocols.

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