Tonight on Steele and Ungar – 04/17/2017
Rick and Michael kick off tonight’s show with Dr. Bruce Bechtol, an expert on North Korea and the president of the International Council on Korean Studies. He’ll discuss the Trump administration’s current posture towards North Korea and what we might see in the coming weeks. Thousands of protesters took to the streets across the country to protest President Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns. Why does this issue continue to resonate so strongly? In hour two, the guys will discuss the White House’s refusal to make White House visitor logs public. Rebecca Burns, a former editor-in-chief of Atlanta Magazine, joins the show to talk about the special election in Georgia’s 6th district. Can Democrat Jon Ossoff win and turn the seat blue for the first time in nearly 40 years? Ken Vogel, Politico’s chief investigative reporter, jumps on with Michael and Rick in the final hour to talk about Jared Kushner’s Office of American Innovation and whether or not it can make a positive impact. The guys wrap up the show discussing Trump’s decision to reach out to business leaders on what regulations he should eliminate and how that might impact the EPA and Department of Labor.
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