Chris covered the contempt of court charge that sent a Kentucky county clerk to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the new ticket requirements for Papal events, Vice-President Joe Biden’s defense of the Iranian nuclear deal. He talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Donald Trump’s promises of protectionism, Phillies Announcer Scott Franzke, and ABC World News Tonight Anchor, David Muir, about his trip to the Vatican.
6:00 Kim Davis, a county clerk in Kentucky, was sent to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.READ MORE: Cherry Hill School District Psychologist Francesca Aldrich Helping Inspire, Connect Students Through Virtual Black History Month Book Club
6:19 Philadelphia hotels and marketers have been caught off guard by the requirement of tickets for prime Papal events.
6:28 New Jersey pizzeria rejects Pope themed pizza boxes.
7:00 Chris talks with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the lack of an economic message from the Republican candidates for President.READ MORE: Mr. Potato Head Drops 'Mister' From Brand Name To Be More Gender Neutral
7:05 Conservative economists take issue with Trump‘s economic plans.
7:25 Joe Biden attempted to explain the Iranian nuclear deal.
8:00 Chris talks with Phillies announcer Scott Franzke about pitchers doctoring baseballs to get a better grip.
8:20 Chris talks to ABC World News Tonight Anchor, David Muir, about his trip to the Vatican and interview with the Pope.MORE NEWS: Radnor School District Moves To Phase 1 Of COVID Plan, Full School Days For Kindergarten-5th Graders Begin Monday