Chris discussed Sen. Pat Toomey backing Trump’s Supreme Court pick, women accusing Donald Trump of sexual assault and the upcoming Eagles game against the Redskins. Chris spoke with Chris Butler during Finance Friday about the retirement of John Stumpf and the cost of college at 7:00. He also spoke with Newt and Callista Gingrich at 7:20 about the media’s coverage of Donald Trump. Chris previewed the Eagles game against the Redskins with Ray Didinger at 8:00. He also spoke with John Dickerson about the latest WikiLeaks release and previews this Sunday’s edition of Face the Nation at 8:20.

6:00 – Toomey says he’d back a Trump pick to the high court

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6:20 – Grab a Pussy(cat)

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6:50 – Eagles vs. Redskins: 3 key match-ups and more

7:00 – Chris talks with Chris Butler during Finance Friday about the retirement of John Stumpf and the cost of college

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7:20 –  Chris talks with Newt and Callista Gingrich regarding the media’s coverage of Donald Trump, James Comey protecting Hillary Clinton and more.

7:35 – Geno’s removes controversial English-only sign

8:00 – Chris previews the Eagles v. Redskins game with 94 WIP’s Ray Didinger.

8:20 – Chris talks with John Dickerson, host of Face the Nation, about WikiLeaks, the media meeting with politicians outside of  reporting and

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8:50 – What’s on Tap

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