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5,301 views • December 5, 2023

Lawmakers Question Presidents of Harvard, MIT, UPenn About Silence Over Anti-Jewish Hate on University Campuses | Capitol Report

Are America's top universities biased against Israel? The presidents of some of the most prestigious universities in the world are in Washington Tuesday. Lawmakers are trying to find out what's behind all the anti-Semitic incidents on their campuses. After a ten-month standoff over abortion policy, Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) is easing off his hard-line stance of holding up key military nominations. Should the U.S. border come before Ukraine? House Speaker Mike Johnson is clashing with the White House over funding priorities. Former Congressman Robert Pittenger joins us to discuss reports that some in the GOP are pushing their own choice for president, a divided Congress on sending more aid to Ukraine, and what he learned from his experience with world leaders and history makers. Another Republican is not running for reelection in 2024. Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) served as House speaker pro tem this fall.
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