Politically Entertaining – Senator Tim Scott, Muhammad Ali, Hiroshima, and Daisy Dukes
For the first time in Politically Entertaining history a standing U.S. Senator joins the show. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina joins the show to discuss his Investments in Opportunities Act and gives a frank commentary on the state of African Americans and their political alliances. Frank and Byron discuss the Presidents visit to Hiroshima and pay tribute to the great Muhammad Ali.
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Sen. Tim Scott should be respected across political lines. The confidence to abstain from voter pandering and stand on his principles which drove his decision to be a Rebublican political leader is commendable.