Joe Biden Interview Gets Black Woman Fired

A Philadelphia radio station and a host Andrea Lawful-Sanders recently revealed that she was supplied with questions in advance ahead of an interview with President Joe Biden and they have parted ways via Mediaite.



In a statement posted to its website, Sara M. Lomax — President and CEO of WURD Radio — announced that the station and host Andrea Lawful-Sanders “mutually agreed to part ways.”

During a Saturday interview on CNN’s First of All with Victor Blackwell, Lawful-Sanders disclosed that she asked the president four questions given to her in advance by Biden’s team.

“The questions were sent to me for approval, I approved of them,” Lawful-Sanders said. She added, “I got several questions. Eight of them. And the four that were chosen were the ones that I approved.”

In a post to the WURD site titled, “Accountability, Access and A Path Forward: Why Black Media Matters,” Lomax made clear the interview with Biden was “arranged and negotiated independently” by Lawful-Sanders, without the knowledge of the station’s management.

“WURD Radio remains an independent voice that our audience can trust will hold elected officials accountable,” Lomax wrote.

“As Pennsylvania’s only independent Black-owned talk radio station, WURD Radio has cultivated that trust with our audience over our 20-year history. This is something we take very seriously. Agreeing to a pre-determined set of questions jeopardizes that trust and is not a practice that WURD Radio engages in or endorses as a matter of practice or official policy.”

Barry Russell
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