The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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JENNIFER STYERS (Relationship expert and CEO & founder of "") Just 26% of millennials are married, according to a Pew Center report, compared to 36% of Gen X-ers 20 years ago and 48% of boomers back in 1980. Weddings are supposed to be a celebration of love, however now the average American wedding is almost $30,000. Millenials are thinking twice about the pointless anxieties surrounding the collection of funds to shell out $200 per guest dinner plates and $8,000 ivory gowns.

JESSE BYRNES (Staff writer for The Hill) Hillary Clinton's campaign has declined an invitation to a proposed Fox News-hosted Democratic presidential debate that her primary opponent Bernie Sanders tentatively accepted last week. While, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is escalating personal attacks on Bill Clinton's character, part of a concerted effort to smother Hillary Clinton's campaign message with the weight of decades of controversy.

KERMIT WEEKS (Transformation expert and author of "Ostynn the Ostrich and the Fantasy of Flight," a children’s book on lighting the spark within, unleashing potential and reaching your dreams) This time in a graduate’s life is exciting, but also scary. That fear can lead to self-imposed limitations, putting a lid on potential, creating a ho hum life. An inspiration to pursue your passion. Once you have that, the future is yours to build.

BRIAN LUGINBUHL from LEE's AUTO RANCH LIVE IN THE TALK OF CONNECTICUT STUDIO Brian was in the studio to talk about the different Rvs that they have in stock as well as sales that they have going on as well. WEBSITE: Lee's Auto Ranch PHONE NUMBER: 866-431-8210

Fox News Radio's RACHEL SUTHERLAND (Live from Washington) Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald is scrambling to calm a growing bipartisan firestorm after downplaying veteran wait times at VA hospitals by comparing them to wait times for rides at Disney theme parks. The top-ranking TSA official ousted from his post in a major shakeup over long lines at America's airports wasn't quite fired, it turns out he was merely put on paid administrative leave pending reassignment.

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