Dominic Carter

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Dominic Carter

As RNN's Political Commentator, Dominic brings 25 years experience to covering Politics on television. He has moderated high profile debates with Hillary Clinton and NYC Mayor Mayor Bloomberg and has traveled around the world on assignment.

He also writes for the Huffington Post.

Twitter: @DominicTV

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Posted by Dominic Carter on May 7, 2016

It was really an eye opening experience to sit down with former NJ Governor Jim McGreevey, and have him teach me some things that are going on in Black America.

McGreevey feels prison is devastating communities of color, and he points out that kids of those incarcerated are 6 times more likely to also go to prison.

With his personal life, McGreevey admits he was broken, as he is about to turn 60. This is an interview worth watching. McGreevey declared America will "reap what it sows."

Posted by Dominic Carter on May 1, 2016

Dear Brother Wilmore:

Posted by Dominic Carter on April 23, 2016

Recently, Dominic Carter went one-on-one with Icon Gloria Steinem on the Presidential Race, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr on the environment.

You can click here to see the interviews.

Dominic Carter travels the country and Canada speaking on Foster Care and Child Abuse.

Posted by Dominic Carter on March 30, 2016

If not for New York serving as actual ATM Machines when it comes to campaign warchests, certainly the South Bronx is not used to seeing major political figures.

Bernie Sanders brings his campaign to the South Bronx tonight, joined by actress Rosario Dawson and the Grammy-winning musician Residente.

The day before Hillary Clinton came home to a rally at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater.

Posted by Dominic Carter on March 29, 2016

The never ending battle over funding for public schools. Dominic Carter chimed in as a graduate of the NYC Public School System. (He attended five different NYC High Schools in four years, but still graduated on-time, from Theodore Roosevelt High School in the Bronx. back in 1982)

Posted by Dominic Carter on March 3, 2016

One day the American people would love to know the back story of how the relationship deteriorated to this.

In Salt Lake City, Mitt Romney tour into Trump, as a “fake,” a “con man,” and added:

“Here’s what I know, Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud. His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University. He’s playing the American public for suckers.” Romney said.

Four years ago, then Republican nominee Mitt Romney had a million dollar smile on his face as he picked up Donald Trump’s endorsement.

Posted by Dominic Carter on February 24, 2016

Governor Andrew Cuomo is pushing his initiative to increase the minimum wage gradually to $15.00 an Hour.

Businesses contend they can not afford such a move, but Cuomo is making a compelling case touring statewide in an RV highlighting his argument.

At the “Yes We Can” Community Center is Westbury Long Island, we spoke to the Governor and he was in a good mood, even joking with Dominic Carter. (Click Here For The Interview)

Posted by Dominic Carter on February 24, 2016

Governor Andrew Cuomo is pushing his initiative to increase the minimum wage gradually to $15.00 an Hour.

Businesses contend they can not afford such a move, but Cuomo is making a compelling case touring statewide in an RV highlighting his argument.

At the “Yes We Can” Community Center is Westbury Long Island, we spoke to the Governor and he was in a good mood, even joking with Dominic Carter. (Click Here For The Interview

Posted by Dominic Carter on January 30, 2016

We talked to PBA President Pat Lynch about a number of issues this week. Frankly Lynch is starting to look like a polished official with a future in political office, Mayor of NYC.

Here in part two, Just Click Here Lynch takes on police officer morale, police community relations, the NYPD response to terrorism, and anger over the recent arbitration contract battle.

It's worth taking a look at, seeing Lynch from a different perspective.

Posted by Dominic Carter on January 29, 2016

The ratings were hugely down…

The day after the debate…Donald Trump was taking a victory lap.

The NY Times summed it up best…on Trump.

“Mr. Trump was mentioned repeatedly in the opening moments, mostly in a mocking way. But without him, there was a significant difference in energy. It was a bit like a television series in which a major character disappears midseason, said to be off on a business trip, as the actor playing that character films a movie or deals with a health crisis. The show goes on, but it doesn’t feel the same.” NY Times

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