NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: CBC Releases Their Alternative Budget, Trump Explains Wiretapping Claims, Black NCAA Basketball Players’ Graduation Rate Dips



President Donald Trump will send his first federal budget to Congress today. The proposal is expected to call for deep cuts in domestic programs and a significant increase in military spending.

But as it does every year, the Congressional Black Caucus is offering an alternative budget. Rep. Bobby Scott joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss the drastic differences between the priorities set under Trump’s budget versus those detailed in the CBC’s alternative budget.

• Trump finally explains his wiretapping accusations after a House intelligence committee said they have “no evidence” that former President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.

Key members of his circle are under scrutiny over their Russian connections.

• For the first time in six years, graduation rates for Black men dipped from 75 percent in 2016 to 74 percent in 2017 — their white counterparts graduation rates have remained at 93 percent.

• Are you tired of visiting the same old beaches and resorts? Dayvee Sutton, a two-time Emmy Award-winning sports journalist who left her high-profile sports anchor job to travel the world joined Roland Maritn on NewsOne Now to talk about her new digital adventure travel series, “Beyond the Usual.”

•It’s Wild’n Out time! It’s been cold and dreary the last few days for most of you so we decided to bring you some funny to lighten your week.

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

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