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14,407 views • April 17, 2024

Takeaways From Trump’s Second Day in ‘Hush Money’ Trial; Speaker Johnson Says He's Not Resigning

A recap of day two of Former President Trump's criminal trial in New York. Why jurors want to be excused, and why prosecutors want Trump to be held in contempt of court. Supreme Court justices questioned whether federal prosecutors went too far in bringing charges against January 6th defendants. Their decision could have major implications — including for former President Trump. The house delivers impeachment articles to the Senate against Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. And Speaker Mike Johnson lays out his new strategy for military aid to foreign nations. Topics in this episode include: 1. Congress Divided Over Impeachment and Foreign Aid 2. Possibilities for Aid as House Readies Votes 3. Jury Questioning Resumes in Trump Criminal Trial 4. Trump Makes Campaign Stop at Bodega After Court 5. Biden Touts Scranton Roots to Pitch Tax Plan 6. SCOTUS Weighs Obstruction Charges Against J6 Defendants 7. Former Senator Bob Graham Dies at 87 8. State Dept: Israel Hasn't Told US of Plans to Respond 9. Israel Weighing Responses Against Iran, What Are The Risks? 10. Gaza Protesters Demand Google End Contract With Israel 11. Columbia to Testify at Antisemitism Hearing 12. Boeing Whistleblower to Testify Before Congress 13. Desantis Limits Challenges to Books in School Libraries 14. Ohio Judge Blocks Law Banning Minor Cross-Sex Surgeries 15. Fire Destroys Historic Copenhagen Stock Exchange 16. Yellen: Iran's Actions May Cause Global Economic Spillovers 17. El Salvador to Give 5K Free Passports to Skilled Immigrants 18. Study: Vaping Leads to 19% Higher Risk of Heart Failure 19. Are Secure Borders Necessary for Public Safety? 20. Poll: 1/3 Think Trump Acted Illegally in 'Hush Money' Case 21. SCOTUS Hears Case From Jan. 6 Defendant 22. Hawaii AG to Release Report on Maui Fires 23. Protecting Your Wi-Fi Network From Hackers
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