NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Trump’s Approval Ratings Tank, Kaepernick Remains Unsigned — Should African Americans Boycott The NFL, P&G’s ‘The Talk’ Sparks Outrage

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President Trump left Washington on Friday for a 17-day vacation at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. This is the same man who repeatedly attacked President Barack Obama for going on vacation while he was in office.

Meanwhile, the latest Quinnipiac University poll shows Trump’s job performance rating has dropped significantly with just 33 percent of voters approving while 61 percent disapprove. that’s a 7 percent decline since June.

More Republican lawmakers are taking on the White House as they watch Trump’s poll numbers drop. Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, promoting his new book “Conscience Of A Conservative,” attacked both the president and his party. Flake told NBC’s “Meet The Press,” he wished the GOP had stood up against birtherism.

Colin Kaepernick is still without a job in the National Football League. Now, more fellow NFL players are finally beginning to realize that this issue is far bigger than Kaepernick’s playing skills. Is it time for more NFL players to speak out about Kaepernick being blackballed by NFL owners? Should African Americans boycott the NFL?

Over the past 16 years, some of the nation’s largest police departments have been forced to rehire officers that have been fired for police misconduct.

As expected, white folks are mad about Procter & Gamble’s new ad “The talk” which addresses racial bias in the United States.

One Black YouTuber has joined in on the outrage. Anthony Brian Logan whose YouTube commentary has received nearly 90,000 views shared his thoughts about Procter & Gamble’s “The Talk” during Monday’s edition of NewsOne Now.

Jeffrey Osborne spoke with Roland Martin about his annual celebrity golf tournament and softball game during Monday’s edition of NewsOne Now from Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut.

The Jeffrey Osborne Celebrity Classic benefits non-profit organizations who support a continued push for music and the arts to children and their families, as well as those who provide a safe-haven for families in need.

 

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

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