Keeping It Real w/ Al Sharpton 5/7. . .

May 7, 2012 12:00 AM
Keeping It Real w/ Al Sharpton 5/7. . .

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Today on Keeping It Real w/ Al Sharpton, its Hot Botton Monday and joining Al is Dr.  Earl Hutchinson.  President Obama and Mitt Romney officially kick off their presidential campaign. An ex-girlfriend of President Obama some 30yrs. ago reveals some intimate details of their relationship. Sharpton and Dr. Hutchinson asks the listening audience is this “News Worthy?”

 

Keep It Real w/Al Sharpton on NewsTalk 1380 WAOK weekdays 1p.m. to 4p.m. or call Al Sharpton 877 532-5797. "

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