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Ed Schultz News and Commentary: Wednesday the 28th of September

Ed Schultz News and Commentary: Wednesday the 28th of September

On Wednesday’s show Ed gives commentary on his idea for the format of presidential debates. Ed is joined by John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for the Nation, to discuss former Sen. John Warner, R-VA, endorsing Hillary Clinton, and Congress overriding the presidential veto of a bill that would allow 9/11 victim’s families to sue Saudi Arabia.

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Ed Schultz News and Commentary: Wednesday the 28th of September

On Wednesday’s show Ed gives commentary on his idea for the format of presidential debates. Ed is joined by John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for the Nation, to discuss former Sen. John Warner, R-VA, endorsing Hillary Clinton, and Congress overriding the presidential veto of a bill that would allow 9/11 victim’s families to sue Saudi Arabia.

Trump woos Hispanics in Florida

At a town hall meeting in Miami, Donald Trump spoke to a heavily Cuban and very supportive crowd. Florida is a battleground state, where winning the Hispanic vote is key. To discuss, vice chair of the Florida Democratic Party, Annette Taddeo, joins ‘News with Ed’ and says Latinos won’t go for Trump, because “Trump continues to downgrade and talk bad about Hispanics.”

Hillary Clinton says ‘no doubt’ Russia has used cyberattacks against the US

During the first presidential debate, Hillary Clinton accused Russia of launching cyberattacks against “all kinds of organizations” in the US. This comes despite comments from Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama), a Donald Trump supporter, who said he has never been briefed by US intelligence that Russia has hacked anybody. For more, editor and part-owner of The Nation magazine, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, joins ‘News with Ed’ and says that people like Clinton are pushing a “deepening, dangerous new Cold War with Russia.”

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