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Credit: Getty Images Chris Arps talks to Marc Cox the violence in Charlotte, NC. Chris Arps: It's deja vu all over again
Credit: Getty Images Anthem - Jennifer Nettles 535 Chelsea Dagger- The Fratellis 548 Timebomb- Beck 610 Going Up To The Country- Canned Heat 622 No Sunlight- Death Cab for Cutie 635 Fools- The Dodos 648 There Is a Mountain- Donovan 710 Hangin Me Up to Dry- Cold War Kids 735...
Credit: Getty Images Kevin Jackson speaks with Jamie about Hillary's health issues. The question is, will she be physically fit to withstand this election cycle? "Hillary Clinton will not be physically fit to stand this rigorous election because of her lying and the cover-ups,"...
Credit: Getty Images The great Kennedy is back on #AITM! She discusses the media's negative coverage of Trump's campaign and Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in the NJ/NY bombings. Listen to interview below:
Credit: Getty Images Pamela Geller speaks with Jamie about the "norm" of terrorism during the wake of the NJ/NY terrorist attacks. "Here is Obama saying terrorism doesn't exist and now we are supposed to live with it," Geller said. Listen to interview below:
Credit: Getty Images U.S. Representative for Alabama's 2nd congressional district Martha Roby questions HRC at Benghazi hearing and Hillary's reaction is totally bizarre. Hillary let's out a huge cackle after being questioned about what happened that night. Watch video below:
Credit: Getty Images Genevieve Wood breaks down terrorist attack stats on #AITM. "We've had almost 89 terrorist plots since 9/11, 25 of those have happened since 2015," Wood said. Listen to interview below:
Credit: Getty Images In an interview with Steve Harvey, Clinton discusses the police shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa and says she would like to stop racial police shootings. Then she continues to say, "Maybe I can speak directly to white people." Listen to interview below:
Credit: Getty Images The former Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee, Pete Hoekstra, speaks to Jamie about the suspect in the NJ/NY terrorist bombings and the rise of terrorism over the past eight years. Listen to the interview below: