NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Trump Addressed Joint Session Of Congress, What’s In Trump’s Executive Order On HBCUs, DOJ Eases Off Of Filing Lawsuits Against Cops Accused Of Civil Rights Violations

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• Donald Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress. During his remarks, Trump described a country whose people are full of pride and optimism forgetting the more than 65 million Americans who didn’t vote for him.

• Omarosa Manigault, Trump’s Director of Communications for the  Office of Public Liaison discussed the new executive order aimed at strengthening  Historically Black Colleges and Universities on Wednesday during a NewsOne Now / Tom Joyner Morning Show simulcast.

• Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice say they are easing up on filing lawsuits against police departments accused of civil rights violations.

• During his first address to Congress, Trump never detailed his plan for urban renewal or an urban agenda. He briefly mentioned Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore and spouted more law and order rhetoric. Where is Trump’s plan for Black America?

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

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