Giordano: 'Elizabeth Warren Would Be a Disaster'

The Dom Giordano Program | 01/15/20

The Dom Giordano Program
January 15, 2020 - 1:53 pm
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Like An Elderly Couple Arguing In A Diner

Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by talking about last night's Democratic debate, particularly an exchange between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Warren recently alleged that Bernie said that a woman cannot be President. Obviously, Bernie took umbrage with this revelation and the two candidates duked it out stage. The exchange also grabbed the attention of The Daily Show host Trevor Noah, who compared Warren and Bernie to an elderly couple arguing at a diner. Also, Dom discusses the continuation of the Jeopardy: Greatest Of All Time edition and explains why he thinks he would've won last night's Final Jeopardy.

 

Trump 2020 Director of Strategic Communications Scoffs at Joe Biden

Dom Giordano talks with Trump 2020 Director of Strategic Communications Marc Lotter about the Democratic debate and laughs at the irony of Joe Biden thinking he still represents the middle class. Lotter also comments on the ongoing debate over healthcare and also predicts what will happen at the Wildwood Trump rally. Plus, Lotter points out how all of the states are in play for the Republicans, with the exception of one. Which state could that be? Find out in Dom's interview with Marc Lotter!

 

Delaware County D.A. Jack Stollsteimer Fights with Dom

Dom Giordano talks with Delco D.A. Jack Stollsteimer about his recent election win and the differences between himself and the previous district attorney. Stollsteimer explains how the low salary for district attorneys in Delco was a deterrent to people looking to work in those positions and also explains how he would like to decrease violence in Chester. Stollsteimer talks about how criminal justice reform is the only position Democrats and Republicans have come together on and points out the problems with Pennsylvania housing the only privately-run prison in the United States. Stollsteimer comments on Philadelphia's D.A. Larry Krasner and bristles at the suggestion that there is a role model for Stollsteimer in Krasner.