NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Philly DA Pleads Guilty To Corruption, Trump Voter Commission Requests Personal Info Of Voters, NRA Ad Stops Short Of Inciting Violence Against Anti-Trump Protesters


• Philly’s first Black District Attorney, Seth Williams pleads guilty to a corruption charge and is immediately sent to jail.

¶ In a morning Twitter tirade, President Trump lashed out at Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski via Twitter. Republicans and Democrats are condemning Trump’s comments.

• President Trump’s so-called election integrity commission wants the personal information of every voter in every state. The commission claims the request is in the best interest of preventing voter fraud. Critics say it’s the next step in voter suppression.

• The NRA is in hot water this morning after releasing an ad that critics say encourages violence against anti-Trump protesters.
Women’s March organizer, Tamika Mallory joined Roland Martin during Friday’s edition of NewsOne Now to discuss the controversial ad and the disturbing message being displayed in it.

• Actor Hill Harper’s new company The Architect has launched a line of skin and hair care products for men and women. The product line has been formulated with the finest, natural ingredients that nourish the body, mind and soul.

• For seven decades Chef Leah Chase has cooked for the rich and famous visitors and citizens of New Orleans in her restaurant Dooky Chase. While in the Crescent City, Roland Martin stopped by Dooky Chase to talk with the famed chef about cooking gumbo and more.

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

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