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Politics And Reality Radio: Tomasky On Trump’s Meltdown

Also, locked up asylum seekers on hunger strike, and a look at the Green Party's meeting.
Politics And Reality Radio: Tomasky On Trump’s Meltdown
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This week, we welcome Daily Beast columnist Mike Tomasky back to the show to talk about how low Trump might go.

Then we're joined by Adanjesus Marin, director of Make the Road PA, who will tell us about a group of mothers who fled violence for asylum in the U.S., only to find themselves pointlessly detained with their children in a for-profit facility in Pennsylvania.

Finally, we'll speak with Truthout's Candice Bernd, who attended the Green Party's annual meeting in Texas last weekend.

Playlist:
The Civil Wars: "Billie Jean"
Fun Boy Three & Bananarama: "Ain't What You Do"
Southern Culture on the Skids: "El Mysterioso"
Mike Post: "Theme from Hill Street Blues"

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