NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Dissecting Trump’s Train Wreck Presser, Top HUD Aide Fired Over Anti-Trump Writings, Judge Rules Depositions & Discovery Can Continue In Case Against Marilyn Mosby


• Donald Trump’s first solo press conference was a rambling and contentious hour and 15-minute train wreck full of “alternative facts” that left reporters scratching their heads.

• A federal judge ruled that depositions and discovery can continue over the next 90 days in the Baltimore police officers’ malicious prosecution lawsuit against Marilyn Mosby.

• Shermichael Singleton, a top aide to Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson has been fired for his previous criticisms of Donald Trump.

Keith Cooper, a wrongly convicted father of three, finally received his pardon from newly elected Indiana Governor, Eric Holcomb.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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