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Watch: Biden Announces He’s Raised a Whopping and Record-Breaking $383 Million in September

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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and their campaign raised a whopping and historic $383 million in September. That monthly haul is even higher than their record-breaking $364.5 million take in August.

Here’s the former vice president announcing and sharing the breaking news with a grassroots donor he was calling to thank.

No word on the Trump campaign’s September fundraising numbers.

 

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Andrew Gillum: ‘I Identify as Bisexual’

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Andrew Gillum, a progressive Democrat who narrowly lost his race to be Florida governor in 2018, announced Monday morning he is bisexual.

“I don’t identify as gay but I do identify as bisexual.  And that is something that I’ve never shared publicly before,” Gillum told Tamron Hall on her talk show.

Gillum served as the Mayor of Tallahassee from 2014-2018.

He lost his race to become Florida governor by just 36,219 votes, or about 0.4% of the total.

In March he announced he was entering rehab.

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Internet Celebrates Joy Reid Taking MSNBC Nighttime Anchor Slot

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Joy Reid will be the new anchor for MSNBC’s 7 PM hour starting July 20, and the internet is celebrating. The veteran journalist has been an MSNBC anchor, host, political correspondent, analyst, and commentator for over six years.

Last month The Wall Street Journal reported Reid was in negotiations with the cable news network for the 7 PM slot, calling her “combative and inquisitive and not afraid to challenge guests.” Thursday morning The New York Times announced Reid will take over the slot once held by Chris Matthews.

Her new show will be called “The ReidOut,” and will be based in Washington. Reid will be the first Black woman in four years to anchor a major network nightly news show. The last was PBS’s Gwen Ifill.

“I am a Black mom, a Black woman, a Black daughter,” Reid told The Times in an interview. “I am also a journalist who can conceptualize that pain from a unique point of view. Every day I’m in this job, I’m very conscious of that responsibility to make that collective voice heard. It’s unique to do that as a Black woman.”

MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow, who behind the cameras is responsible for helping to shape the network and reportedly was instrumental in the recent “stepping down” of now-former NBC News and MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack threw her support behind Reid.

“African-American journalists, African-American women in particular, are woefully underrepresented on TV in all hours of the day,” Maddow says. “But particularly in prime time, it’s just a desert. Joy more than deserves this time slot and this kind of national platform.”

The Times credits Reid’s promotion to “new leadership at NBC News.”

“Ms. Reid’s promotion is a significant programming move by Cesar Conde, the new chairman of NBC’s news networks,” The Times reports. “Black women, including Gayle King of CBS and Robin Roberts of ABC, hold leading roles in morning and daytime television, but none currently host a nightly evening show on a major network. The last to do so was Gwen Ifill, who co-anchored ‘PBS NewsHour’ until shortly before her death in 2016.”

On Twitter, where she actively engages and has 1.7 million followers, many expressed their excitement and congratulated Reid.

 

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Supreme Court Rules Discrimination Against LGBTQ People is Illegal in Landmark Ruling

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In a historic ruling the U.S. Supreme Court has just ruled that discriminating against LGBTQ people is illegal.

The Court rued 6-3 that workplace discrimination against LGBTQ people violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Justice Gorsuch wrote the majority.

The ruling, which combines separate cases, applies to transgender workers along lesbian, gay, and bisexual workers.

“An individual’s homosexuality or transgender status is not relevant to employment decisions,” the Court ruled.

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