Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:50- Matthew J. Schmidt, PhD, National Security, Political Science at University of New Haven makes the claim that former Obama administration national security advisor Susan Rice maxed out on the Washington Post’s fact checking scale Monday morning, earning a full four Pinocchios for her recent statements about the removal of chemical weapons from Syria.
7:20- Fran Coombs, managing editor of Rasmussen Reports, shares the latest Presidential poll. According to the poll, voters question Obama-era police agreements, agree with Sessions’ review, and still see Russia as a possible ally. What do these results mean for the Trump administration, and for the nation?
8:20- Jim MacPherson, Car Doctor emeritus, talks the New York Auto Show. The Car Doctor shares what’s Hot, and what’s Not! Are SUVs still big? What about EVs? Get the latest.
8:50- Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror.org’s Budget Reporter, discusses Gov. Malloy’s announcement that he will not run for a third term.