Donna Brazile Dishes on the Democratic Party
Former Interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee, Donna Brazile, talks about the behind the scenes deals that she says allowed Donald Trump to win the presidential election. Brazile responds to Democratic critics who say she is opening old wounds and explains why she wanted to write her explosive new  book, Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House.

Democratic Wins and GOP Tax Reform
Tuesday’s elections brought big wins for Democrats, transgender and minority candidates across the country. But do these off-year election results mean a true comeback for the Democratic Party? Meanwhile, California Republicans face tough decisions ahead as the Senate and House negotiate tax reform proposals that threaten to hit many Californians hard.

Guests:

  • Aimee Allison, Color in Democracy president
  • Sean T. Walsh, Wilson Walsh Consulting

Bill Nye’s New Role: Defending Science
A generation of kids fell in love with science in the ‘90s, thanks to Bill Nye “The Science Guy.” Now the former PBS host has a new role, taking on what he calls the anti-science movement. A new documentary, “Bill Nye: Science Guy,” reveals the man behind the bow tie and what drives him to defend science and the planet from the threat of climate change. KQED’s Sheraz Sadiq caught up with Bill Nye and filmmaker Jason Sussberg, who co-directed the film.

Donna Brazile Dishes on the Democratic Party, Democratic Wins and GOP Tax Reform, Bill Nye’s New Role: Defending Science 10 November,2017KQED News Staff

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