A defiant Donald Trump is expected to take the stage Sunday at the second debate against Hillary Clinton in St. Louis, Missouri, on the heels of one of the worst public relations debacles to confront a presidential candidate in the nation’s history.
The town hall debate forum will take place at 9 P.M. EST at Washington University and will be moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz.
The Trump campaign has been operating in crisis mode since Friday when the Republican presidential candidate can be heard making lewd comments about women in a 2005 video.
As you know Roland Martin and NewsOne Now have been covering the 2016 presidential race unlike any of the other cable news outlets bringing insightful and expert analysis from our perspective.
Martin, known to get fired up about the race, has been critical of both presidential hopefuls, calling them out when they fail to properly address issues that impact the African-American community.
The host and managing editor of NewsOne Now will not hesitate to fact check any of this panelist either. As the nat Clinton v. Trump Part II, let’s take a look back some of Martin’s fiery comments about the candidates and the issues important to the Black in the video clip above.
Remember as Martin has said on NewsOne Now, “Game recognizes game.”
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