Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Trump Stirs Up Mess, Michael Steele Dissects The 2016 Prez Race, O’Reilly & Limbaugh Upset Over Obama’s Howard Address, Bathroom Bill Battle Heats Up

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Donald Trump has started to go after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton by using mess instead of issues. Mainstream media is reaping the benefits of Trump’s insanity by promoting the drama over discussing important issues.

Former RNC Chair Michael Steele joined Roland Martin on The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast to discuss the current state of the race for the White House. Steele dissects the fallacies we believe about our political process.

The former RNC chair explains the presumptive GOP presidential nominee has issues with White female voters, Latino voters and cautions Trump not to “piss off” African American voters.

We Can All Aid In The Campaign To Stop Donald Trump

During the second hour of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast, Martin explains there is something that we can all do to stop the Trump  — vote. “Make it your mission to dramatically increase the turnout in your precinct.”

Martin later added, “If you want to stop [Trump], use the most powerful weapon at your disposal, the power of the ballot.”

Roland Martin Slams Bill O’Reilly And Rush Limbaugh For Their Comments About Pres. Obama’s Speech At Howard

Roland Martin takes Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh to task for their outrage over President Barack Obama’s commencement speech at Howard University.

Don’t miss Martin’s special musical tribute to Rush Limbaugh.

North Carolina “Bathroom Bill” Battle Heats Up

North Carolina and the Department of Justice sue each other over the states controversial “bathroom bill.” Is there a way to solve this hotly contested problem that has grabbed the nation’s attention?

All that and more in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.

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