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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Montel Williams on Tackling TBI, multiple sclerosis and medical marijuana


                                                                  
  

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Montel Williams was once best known for his talk show, “The Montel Williams Show,” but in recent years the TV personality has become known as a vocal advocate for various causes, including veterans’ issues, multiple sclerosis awareness and medical marijuana. 
Williams is also now standing up for traumatic brain injury patients in a partnership with Tackling TBI. He talked to CBS News about why the cause is important to him and how he now feels about Donald Trump, whom he once declared a “clear and present danger.”
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