Episode: BOTH SIDES NOW: OCTOBER 1st, 2016


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BOTH SIDES NOW: OCTOBER 1st, 2016

Shrum & Christie concur post-first debate that, in Bob’s phrase, “Hillary killed him and he committed suicide.” The question now is whether he can stop talking disparagingly about womens’ weight & looks  (‘fat chance’). Ron thinks it amazing that, unlike Kennedy, Reagan, Obama, Clintons, Trump thought he could just wing it and not prepare. Wrong! How could he not better anticipate  Qs on birther-ism, tax returns, Machado? Ron also doubts that Trump will raise Bill’s infidelties at next debate because of his own history as a serial adulterer and how it elevates Hillary to appear the victim. But with “Mr. 3am Tweeter”, ya never know.



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