Is Hillary Clinton’s Pneumonia Diagnosis Really A Big Deal?
While leaving a 9/11 memorial service on Sunday in New York, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton struggled to stand and stumbled before getting into her transportation.
Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, but the public only learned about it Sunday after the episode. Shortly afterwards, the Clinton campaign canceled a two-day trip to California.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has pushed the idea that Clinton is not healthy enough to be president of the United States in recent weeks. Will Clinton’s health scare give Trump and conspiracy theorists more ammunition?
Hillary Clinton’s Lead Over Donald Trump Is Shrinking, Do Dems Realize They Need Black Voters?
A new ABC News-Washington Post poll shows Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump has closed to just 5 points and it’s partly due to the two third-party candidates also on the presidential ballot.
The poll revealed that Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Jill Stein of the Green Party have siphoned approximately five percentage points off of Clinton’s lead, resulting in the Democratic presidential nominee leading 46 percent to 41 percent.
During a special simulcast with The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Roland Martin spoke with Democratic pollster Cornell Belcher, President of Brilliant Corners Research & Strategies, about the shift in the polling data beginning to worry Clinton’s supporters.
NFL Fans Angry With Kaeperkick Over Protests, Boo Pres. Obama During Pre-Taped Address & Remain Silent About Police Brutality
The NFL opened its 2016 season with solidarity and protests while honoring the victims of 9/11. The Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs locked arms during the National Anthem, while several other players from around the league knelt.
But during President Obama‘s pre-recorded remarks calling for unity, many NFL fans reportedly booed.
Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now, addressed the schism, saying, “I find it interesting there are people mad at [Colin] Kaepernick for protesting, saying he’s unpatriotic … yet when the president of the United States gives a video [speech] talking about unity on 9/11, he gets booed and no one says anything.”
Harry Belafonte And Activist Carmen Perez Talk About The Many Rivers to Cross’ Music Festival
Actor/Activist Harry Belafonte, and criminal justice activist, Carmen Perez, discuss their social justice, music and arts festival, Many Rivers To Cross, and break down the importance of advocacy and activism in the entertainment world.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast