Start Me Up: Cheri Jacobus

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Cheri Jacobus is a nationally recognized political strategist and she’s the executive producer of America Reads The Mueller Report — where actors and real voters read experts of the report. Topics: Was the unusual visit to Walter Reed last month really a way out if Trump can’t take the heat of impeachment? Will he resign and cite health reasons? Cheri also expresses concern that the ten counts of obstruction noted in the Mueller Report are not included in the articles of impeachment–at least they aren’t now. And we talk about Mitch McConnell’s role in all of this. 

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Kimberley A. Johnson is an author and an activist for women’s rights, a contributor at The Huffington Post and has her own Patreon writing site. She is the Director of Media and Public Relations Spokesperson for the national advocacy group We Are Woman. Her books include Peyton's Choice, American Woman: The Poll Dance and The Virgin Diaries. She portrayed a police officer on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives for seven years. She's also a former spinster, but will always be a crazy cat lady.

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