KNX InDepth (July 18, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Thursday, July 18th
The scene at a Trump 2020 campaign rally in South Carolina last night, as the President of the United States criticized a Muslim, Somali refugee Congresswoman from Minnesota. The crowd chants "send her back" about Ilhan Omar, and President Trump pauses to allow those chants to resonate.

While the President sought to distance himself from his own supporters this morning, the politics of division are clearly alive and well and are likely to get sharpened as we head into the 2020 run for the White House........we will go In Depth.

An African American family walking through the Nike Store on Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade buys their toddler son a basketball.......and leaves the store...........only to be chased down by the store manager demanding to see a receipt for the ball. It cause a scene and much debate over racial profiling.......so we'll hear from the father involved in the incident.

Turns out LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva was working to reinstate a fired deputy, who was accused of domestic violence, before he even officially took office. New information out from an unprecedented legal fight between the Sheriff and his bosses on the Board of Supervisors is sure to increase tensions......

Comic Con, celebrating a half-a-century in business, gets underway in San Diego..........how what started as a small comic book show blossomed into a launch pad for blockbuster Hollywood films.

And fat cats are back.....
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