WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host speaks to the pertinent issues that impact governance in White Plains and its overlay by Westchester County government and vice versa. This segment airs February 12, 2018, from 10-10:30am
National Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq. speaks to President Donald Trump’s assertion that lives were being shattered over allegations of domestic abuse by two former wives of Staff Secretary Rob Porter, and White House speech writer David Sorensen. Both men resigned this past week in light of their alleged conduct. Is POTUS’ Chief of Staff John Kelly to next depart for failing to act over allegations known for a year or more and which were part of denying Porter full security clearance? Can women be supportive of Trump’s misogyny during a transformative outcry and call for departure from and balance between patriarchy and matriarchy? This segment airs from 10:30-11am.
Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity speaks to whether President Trump’s dismissive accounts by former wives of Porter sends a chilling undermining of women overall and what responsibility government has to women whose testimony is unacknowledged and unheard. This segment airs 11-11:30am.
KJ Denhert, Beloved Hudson Valley Jazz Vocalist and Musician and Elsa Waithe, Gay Brooklyn Comedian of Color and Black Lives Matter Activist are two of the panelists in this Thursday’s Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series screening of “Soundtrack for Revolutionl. They join Mayor Gearity from 11:30am-12Noon.
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