indieJourno.com goes in-depth... getting answers about common questions related to the U.S. Attorney General's announcement that he will recuse himself from investigating matters relating to the 2017 Presidential campaign. We look at prior precedents and talk about what we can expect.
When President-elect Donald Trump announced his chief strategist would be Stephen Bannon, many Americans took to social media to voice fears and concerns. According to various sources, "Bannon is the executive chairman of Breitbart News, a far-right American news, opinion, and commentary website noted for its connection to the alt-right." Both Bannon and Breitbart have been criticized for holding white supremacist views. In this post, Paul Matadeen talks to Vanderbilt law professor Carol Swain about those claims.
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