3pm- Sarah Huckabee Sanders was announced as the new White House Press Secretary following Sean Spicer’s resignation. Anthony Scaramucci was announced as the incoming Communications Director.

3:30pm- Ronica Cleary, contributor for The Hill, joins the show to talk about Sean Spicer’s decision to resign as Press Secretary.

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3:45pm- NJ Gov. Chris Christie has signed into law a bill that would raise the states smoking age. 

4:25pm- During a speech in Philadelphia, Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke about the dangers of sanctuary cities. 

4:30pm- A New York City law has made it illegal to dog sit without a kennel license.

4:40pm- Eloy Ortiz Oakley, a California Community College Chancellor, wants to eliminate Algebra as a college requirement. Oakley argues that making Algebra mandatory is a civil rights violation.

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5:05pm- During an appearance on MSNBC, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said that initial GOP Healthcare reform bills would have hurt Americans.

5:15pm- A Change.org petition claims that a Chick-fil-A on the campus of Youngstown State University serves “homophobic” fried chicken.

5:20pm- Will Rep. Maxine Waters run for president in 2020?

5:25pm- In his latest GQ web post, Keith Olbermann claims that Donald Trump has called for violence against the media.

5:30pm- Movie critic Mara Reinstein, from MaraMovies.com, calls in to review Christopher Nolan’s new WWII film, Dunkirk.

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