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Dinner Table Politics


May 9, 2019

The New York Times gets its hands on Trump's taxes, and it isn't pretty. Abby and Jim break it all down and discuss what's appropriate to share on social media, especially in light of the social media giant's decision to ban Alex Jones and Linda Loomer. Is social media a public accommodation like a bakery or a grocery store, or is it a media platform like the soon-to-be-nonprofit Salt Lake Tribune? And why did Donal Trump pose as his own PR person once upon a time? And is Abby's idea of selling donuts that look like planets a good business model?