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New Elections Anyone? Mitchell Interviews Outspoken Players

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Mitchell addresses a national conundrum:  All 17 intelligence agencies say our national election was influenced by the Russian government, all the way to the top, purposely in favor of Trump.  Yet the election results are being allowed to stand.  So Putin put Trump into the White House.  The American People did not.  And no one in Congress or the White House is doing anything about it.

To discuss this today, is Alex Mohajer and Jerroll Sanders.

Alex is a contributing Political Writer and Commentator for Huffington Post. He is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Bros4America, a progressive advocacy organization that garnered national media attention in 2016 for their work to elect Hillary Clinton as Bros4Hillary, where he served as Political Director. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from U.C. Berkeley and a Juris Doctorate from Chapman University School of Law. A legal advocate by day, Mohajer also moonlights as an award-winning singer, actor, and solo-artist.

Businesswoman. Jerroll Sanders is the principal at The Chief Executive's Consultants (CEC), an indispensable resource for senior executives seeking to improve their operations. In addition to helping companies reach peak operating efficiency, CEC helps entrepreneurs launch new business ventures (start-ups) and expand existing businesses via mergers and acquisitions. Sanders is the former president and CEO of Jireh Consulting, Inc., a company she built from a start-up firm into a multimillion-dollar enterprise. Under Sanders’ tutelage, Jireh Consulting, Inc., earned numerous awards and established a national reputation for providing top-quality communications products and programs.

Tune in for what should be a dynamic dialogue on this very time-sensitive, controversial subject.

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