New Documents In Michael Flynn’s Case, Rapping Dr. Seuss, Third-Party Candidates In 2020

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President Bush, left, talks with independent candidate Ross Perot as Democratic candidate Bill Clinton stands aside at the end of their second presidential debate in Richmond, Va., Oct. 15, 1992. AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander

We talk with a national security reporter about new information that’s come to light regarding President Trump’s former national security advisor. Then a Wisconsin artist is giving classic children’s books a new hip hop spin. And we discuss the potential impact of third-party candidates in this year’s presidential campaign.

Featured in this Show

  • A Look At The Newly Released FBI Documents On Michael Flynn

    President Donald Trump says newly released documents prove former national security adviser Michael Flynn was set up by FBI officials in a push to get him prosecuted or fired. We take a look at what the papers show and what they mean for Flynn’s criminal case.

  • When Dr. Seuss Met Dr. Dre

    A Milwaukee-based multimedia artist talks about what happened when he released a video of himself rapping a well-known children’s book.

  • The Role Of Third-Party Candidates In 2020

    Congressperson Justin Amash of Michigan is exploring running for President as a Libertarian, and former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is vying to be the Green Party’s candidate in November. We look at the role of third-party candidates historically, and in 2020.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Adam Goldman Guest
  • Wes Tank Guest
  • Lara Brown Guest

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