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The week ahead in Trump & women, a third party hope and #freethedelegates




Supporters hold fun placards during a campaign rally for US Democratic presidential primary candidate Bernie Sanders in Salem, Oregon, May 10, 2016.
Supporters hold fun placards during a campaign rally for US Democratic presidential primary candidate Bernie Sanders in Salem, Oregon, May 10, 2016.
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The remarkable Presidential race just gets weirder: A former girlfriend of Donald Trump, Rowanne Brewer Lane, blasted the New York Time's story of the presumptive GOP nominee's interactions with women.

Also, the claim that over the years Donald Trump pretended to be his own publicist, under a fictitious name. Well, who would do it better? Then, there's Trump's former butler's Facebook posts calling for a military coup and the killing of President Obama.

Meanwhile, Mitt Romney and collaborators are hoping to find an independent candidate to run in November. It's designed to assure Trump's loss and get more Republicans out to the polls.

Guests:

Peter Dreier, professor of political science at Occidental College

Lori Cox Han, professor of political science at Chapman University