Frisch 2013
Karl Frisch, Executive Director of Allied Progress – via phone (Hr 1 – 9:06am EST / 6:06 PST)

Eric Boehlert, Senior Fellow at Media Matters – BY PHONE, in Hr 1 9:30 EST / 6:30 PST

Dana Goldberg, Comedian, IN STUDIO for Hr 3 (11am EST / 8am PST)
Top Stories
Hillary Clinton stops in Cleveland, making sure to name-drop the Cavaliers before getting down to business – specifically, how bad at business Donald Trump really is. Hillary points out Trump’s fundamental violation of the agreement between employee and employer – you do the work, you get paid – something Donald Trump doesn’t keep his word on.

Trump continues to have a Hispanic problem in the polls, and the campaign is starting to seem desperate. Trump claims the New York Times cannot be fair towards him because the paper is owned by a Mexican, and the mostly-quiet-until-now GOP Hispanics released a video attempting to win back some voters via vague talk about terrorism being the Democrats’ fault.

Mikhail Baryshnikov has also come out swinging against Donald Trump. The famed ballet dancer once fled Soviet Russia and is now a naturalized US citizen. In his new video, he urges people to be careful about this election as he describes just how much Trump’s campaign reminds him of living under a dictatorship in the USSR.

Two New Hampshire politicians – one Republican and one Democrat – seem to have a hard time endorsing their respective parties’ presidential nominees. Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte says her vote for Trump is not an endorsement, and helpfully explains the difference; while Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan is asked a very basic question about Hillary and refuses to answer.

And in Rio, another Irish athlete blesses the world with an amazing post-Olympic event interview.