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Thousands rally at LAX to protest Trump's travel ban, January 29, 2017 (Picture courtesy of Evan George)

Kamala Harris: Trump's executive order is a 'Muslim ban' 12 MIN, 1 SEC

Protests erupted nationwide over President Donald Trump’s executive order banning people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. California Senator Kamala Harris was at a protest in Washington DC. We talk to her about what she plans to do next, and how this is affecting her upcoming votes on the president’s cabinet picks.

Guests:
Kamala Harris, U.S. Senator representing California (@senkamalaharris)

Santa Monica contrarian becomes Trump's policy advisor 8 MIN

Stephen Miller, one of the architects of the refugee travel ban, is a Santa Monica High School graduate and a protege of Stephen Bannon. We find out how Miller became part of Trump’s inner circle.

Guests:
Lisa Mascaro, Los Angeles Times (@LisaMascaro)

More:
How a liberal Santa Monica high school produced a top Trump advisor and speechwriter
Travel ban is the clearest sign yet of Trump advisors' intent to reshape the country

Travel ban highlights political divisions in Iranian-American community 8 MIN, 42 SEC

Iran is one of the countries affected by President Trump’s travel ban. We get reaction from the local Iranian-American community, including a travel agent whose customers are stranded in iran.

Guests:
Hossein Hedjazi, radio and television host (@Golgasht)
Farhad Besharati, Los Angeles Travel Agent

More:
Immigration ban: Hope trumps fear for Iranian Americans

John Early talks his comedy philosophy, sings Britney's 'Toxic' 13 MIN, 55 SEC

John Early talks about playing a southern mom on a mad hunt for her denim in Netflix’s “The Characters,” and the narcissist Elliott on TBS’ “Search Party.” He also gives a peek into his upcoming Vimeo series with Kate Berlant, and sings Britney Spears’ “Toxic.”


Photo courtesy of Amy Ta

Guests:
John Early, Comedian and Actor (@bejohnce)

Art community grapples with travel ban 6 MIN, 29 SEC

We look at how the refugee travel ban affects Hollywood and cultural institutions like museums, which may have to cancel upcoming shows from the affected countries.

Guests:
Dr. Linda Komaroff, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Philip Himberg, Sundance Institute Theater Program (@PhilipHimberg)

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