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Latino and Latina Voters Take Center Stage

Michelle Bernard, Maria Hinojosa, and Omarosa Manigault join MSNBC’s “AM Joy” debate the rise of Latino and Latina voters as a key voting bloc, some say in response to Donald Trump, and their relationship to African-American voters. Could the Latino community swing battleground states? VIDEO HERE: Air Date: November 6, 2016

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Could This Election Mark the Year of the Woman?

Michelle Bernard, Jennifer Rubin and Lizz Winstead join Joy Reid to discuss the issues during this election cycle that have made it of particular interest to women, and the U.S. Senate candidates who could ride in on a wave of feminist enthusiasm with Hillary Clinton. VIDEO HERE: Air Date:   November 6, 2016 

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Nevada: Preview of Final Presidential Debate Showdown

Will Donald Trump come out “unshackled,” and will Hillary Clinton have to face even more questions about emails? Joy and her panel examine what could happen during the last presidential debate, and whether either candidate can significantly impact fence-sitting voters.  Michelle Bernard joins “AM Joy” to discuss. VIDEO HERE: Air Date:   October 16, 2016

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Michelle Bernard on Donald Trump, Access Hollywood, “P-Gate,” and Sexual Assault

Michelle Bernard, political analyst and Bernard Center CEO joins Joy Ann Reid and a panel of political experts to discuss how the release of the Access Hollywood tapes of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women might impact the second presidential debate, describing the behavior Donald Trump boasted of in that tape as “sexual assault.” […]

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Michelle Bernard on Trump, Rudy Giuliani and A Trump DOJ and EEOC

Michelle Bernard joins MSNBC’s “AM Joy,”questioning the rights of women under a Trump DOJ and EEOC while discussing Rudy Giuliani being the only Trump campaign operative on Sunday morning political shows supporting Donald Trump after the release of tapes depicting the GOP nominee bragging about the sexual assault of women. VIDEO HERE: Air Date:  October […]

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Michelle Bernard: “Women Don’t Want to Elect A Child-in-Chief”

Donald Trump is struggling with women voters and the new Associated Press report surely won’t help win them over. Michelle Bernard, president of the Bernard Center For Women, Politics & Public Policy joins to discuss.  VIDEO HERE: Air Date:   October 3, 2016 (Duration: 2:29)

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Is Hillary Clinton’s Pneumonia Diagnosis Really A Big Deal?

While leaving a 9/11 memorial service on Sunday in New York, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton struggled to stand and stumbled before getting into her transportation. Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, but the public only learned about it Sunday after the episode. Shortly afterwards, the Clinton campaign canceled a two-day trip to California. Republican […]

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MIA: The Black Men Who Ought to Have Shown Up for Donna Edwards

Posted at Apr 26, 2016 5:03 PM By Michelle D. Bernard Before the fractious Maryland Democratic primary battle between Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen ended in defeat for Edwards on Tuesday night, it laid bare the depth of America’s problems with race and gender. If Edwards had been a white male, the campaign would have […]

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Millennial Women Debate the Gender Factor in Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Bid

On the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton is hammering home that if she wins the 2016 presidential election, she would be the first woman  in U.S. history to do so.  The historical significance of her bid may not be of paramount importance to millennial women. The New York Times notes that “As her chances of becoming […]

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