I have always believed in a life of service. But Tina, Dr. Mac, and the kids I worked with at Brentwood crystallized that desire. They helped me to see how vital it is for me to use my time on earth to make a difference in some way. -Clay Aiken
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Welcome back to #BoldTV! Today we are discussing North Korea, DACA, and a potential government shut down with Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA). We have a panel discussion with Alicé Anil from Being Liberal and Theodore Kupfer from the National Review. Jody Avirgan from FiveThirtyEight's politics podcast and comedian John Fugelsang will discuss the chances of a government shutdown and the media's coverage of Trump's health. We'll also talk to Heather Monahan about her #BossInHeels company and the #MeToo movement!
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