During Tuesday’s presidential debate, Donald Trump refused to condemn white supremacists when asked to do so by moderator Chris Wallace. Instead, Trump told the alt-right group the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by.” KCRW looks at what the debate means for the Proud Boys, and whether they have a vision for America.
The presidential debate and the Proud Boys
From this Episode:
What the first Trump-Biden presidential debate means for the Proud Boys
Tuesday’s presidential debate involved a lot of yelling, interrupting and name calling — mostly by Donald Trump. He refused to condemn white supremacists when asked to do so...
Why there could be voter intimidation at the polls on Election Day
During Tuesday’s presidential debate, moderator Chris Wallace asked if Donald Trump would accept the results: “Will you urge your supporters to stay calm during this...
$25 billion in federal subsidies has not saved the airline industry, and 40,000 jobs are on the line
Travel is down 70% compared to this time last year. That’s why the federal government gave airlines $25 billion in grants, as long as they promised to keep employees on the...
Previewing the story of how Orange County’s Burger Records collapsed
Orange County indie rock label Burger Records announced this July it would permanently shut down, ending music production, pulling records from shelves, and no longer...