Trump and Kenosha, Biden Silence, Schools and Coronavirus, Charlie Hebdo Cartoon
Written by kslmadmin on September 4, 2020
The McLaughlin Group — September 4, 2020
guest panelist this week is Kerry Picket of the Washington Examiner
Issue one: Trump and Kenosha
Visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin this week, President Trump doubled down on two of his central reelection narratives: that it is the Trump campaign against the media elite, and that Trump alone can deliver security to American streets. Joe Biden disagrees, saying the president is stoking a toxic anger and fueling disorder.
Issue two: Biden Silence
Speaking in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden this week addressed the civil unrest grappling the nation. However, he failed to take many questions from the media. And while he has conducted some local news interviews, his recent schedule has included no major network interviews.
Issue three: Back to School
The good news: COVID cases across the nation appear to be flattening out. The bad news: the Midwest is still struggling with the virus. But with schools and colleges returning to session, fears over the future are becoming very present concerns.
Issue Four: Charlie Hebdo
Discussing Charlie Hebdo’s decision to republish the Mohammed cartoon. What are the limits and responsibilities of free speech?
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