Former White House Advisor For Four Presidents Says He’s Saddened By What The Presidency Has Become
In a 24-hour span, President Trump threatened to cut U.S. funding to the World Health Organization, and claimed that he was taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure against coronavirus, despite warnings from medical experts against the dangers of its use outside of a clinical setting. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by David Gergen, who served as an adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton.

Local Business Owners Contend With Phased Re-Opening In Mass. During Coronavirus Pandemic
Curbside pick-up for retail stores across Massachusetts will be allowed again starting Monday. However, some local businesses still feel in limbo as they try to figure out how to use an option that doesn’t fit their traditional business model. Meanwhile, in-store shopping is still at least three weeks away as officials continue to monitor public health outcomes during the coronavirus pandemic. To discuss, Jim Braude joined Dana Katz, the owner of the menswear store Miltons, and Harold Tubman, co-owner of Circle Furniture, to discuss.

Medical Ethicist: To Speed Up Vaccine Development, Infect People With Coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a range of ethical questions for medical practitioners and scientists, including a growing debate about whether it is ethical to purposefully inject willing subjects with the virus to help speed up clinical trials to find a vaccine. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Arthur Caplan, founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU.