Charlottesville Fallout

Steve Bannon was removed today from his post as White House strategist, ending his highly controversial career at the center of the Trump administration. In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, San Francisco city officials are calling on the National Park Service to revoke its permit for a right-wing rally later this month at Crissy Field. In Washington, Republican lawmakers find themselves once again weighing the costs of remaining loyal to President Trump after his controversial comments about white supremacists.


  •         Lanhee Chen, Hoover Institution
  •         Carla Marinucci, senior Politico reporter

Congressman Adam Schiff

U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) joins us in studio to talk about the fallout from Charlottesville, the latest developments on North Korea and his committee’s Russia investigation.

Meet Chancellor Carol Christ

This week was orientation for thousands of freshmen at UC Berkeley. It’s also the start of the year for Carol Christ, Cal’s first female chancellor. Christ discusses her goals for the university, from balancing the budget to protecting free speech.

Charlottesville Fallout, Congressman Adam Schiff, Meet Chancellor Carol Christ 24 October,2017KQED News Staff

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