News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 3

Chris discussed the New York Times publishing Donald Trump’s state tax returns from 1995 showing a $916 million loss, the season premiere of Saturday Night Live and threats against Philadelphia schools posted online from clowns. He spoke with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about Hillary Clinton’s comments on Bernie Sanders supporters and the release of Donald Trump’s tax returns and to 94 WIP’s Ike Reese about the end of the Ryan Howard era in Philadelphia and Ben Simmons fracturing a bone in his foot.

6:00 Saturday Night Live parodied the first presidential debate to open their season premiere.

6:18 The New York Times published information from Donald Trump’s 1995 state tax returns over the weekend that show he lost $916 million that year.

6:35 What’s Trending: Tina FeyKim Kardashian, James Corden, Lady Gaga, Miss Peregrine

6:49 The Philadelphia Orchestra’s short strike is over.

7:00 Chris talks with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about Hillary Clinton’s comments on Bernie Sanders supporters and the release of Donald Trump’s tax returns.

7:18 Online posts from clowns threatened Philadelphia schools over the weekend.

7:23 Philly.com: How the Parking Authority became a Republican patronage haven.

7:47 Ryan Howard saluted the fans before his final game as a Phillie.

8:00 Chris talks with 94 WIP’s Ike Reese about the end of the Ryan Howard era in Philadelphia and Ben Simmons fracturing a bone in his foot.

8:35 What’s Trending: Gorilla suit, DeSean Jackson, Pirates of the Caribbean, Facebook Marketplace, Vienna Vegetable Orchestra

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