AirTalk for September 4, 2015

If Donald Trump truly wants to make America great again, he’s going to have to do it as a least on paper. Then, while the photo of the dead Syrian toddler has put a global spotlight on the migrant crisis, is it ethical to post a photo of a dead child? Also, KPCC film critic Andy Klein and guest critic Christy Lemire review the action movie “The Transporter Refueled” and “A Walk in the Woods.”

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Coming Up: AirTalk for September 7, 2015

AirTalk is away for Labor Day! Please stay tuned for a rebroadcast of Larry's panel at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood on the subject of the minimum wage in Los Angeles. Also, remember to check out our Facebook and Twitter pages. Happy Labor Day from Larry Mantle and the entire AirTalk Team!

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