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Dom Giordano Program Recap | November 4, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 04, 2019 - 2:14 pm

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Spoof of Elizabeth Warren is Spot-On

Dom Giordano comments on the New York Times article that claims polls are more accurate a year prior to an election than a few days before. Dom praises Saturday Night Live for their Elizabeth Warren send-up and tries to decipher whether or not Donald Trump was booed at a UFC match. Dom comments on White Nationalist' Sean Dolittle and his decision not to go to the White House. Dom addresses Beto O'Rourke's retreat from the Democratic Primary and comments on Kevin McCarthy's CBS appearance. Plus, Dom explains which Philadelphia suburbs are pro-Trump and comments on the possibility of Mike Pence becoming President.

Ray Didinger on the Eagles | Week 9

Philadelphia broadcasting and sports journalism legend Ray Didinger calls in for his weekly post-Eagles game roundup, after the Eagles defeated the Bears in a crucial win. Dom and Ray start off the segment by discussing the science behind the crapshoot that is the NFL rookie draft, after Bears QB and 2nd overall pick Mitchell Trubisky continued his streak of stinking up the football field. Also, Dom and Ray talk about the continual problems with the Eagles’ receiving core, and the tendency for tight ends to outperform wide receivers. Also, Ray previews the upcoming week 11 matchup against the New England Patriots.

Lawrence Tabas | Chairman of PA Republican Party

Lawrence Tabas, recently anointed Chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania, joins Dom Giordano to discuss the importance of suburban voting in off-year elections. Tabas hones in on the significance of the Superior Court election, particularly when it comes to red-flag laws being floated around by Pennsylvania democrats. Also, Tabas is a lawyer who defends physicians, so he discusses the potential implications that Medicare-for-all would have on our healthcare system.