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456 views • April 23, 2024

NTD News Today Full Broadcast (April 23)

The judge and defense attorneys in former President Donald Trump’s so-called hush money trial engaged in a heated debate Tuesday over whether the defendant violated a gag order with his social media posts. However, the judge did not issue a ruling on whether President Trump had violated the order, as prosecutors had sought. The Senate on April 23 is expected to advance a $95-billion national security package that includes foreign aid for the war-torn nations of Ukraine and Israel, as well as for the Indo-Pacific region. The bills also include a measure to force TikTok to divest from its Chinese parent company in order to address national security concerns. It comes three days after the House passed the bills with bipartisan support over the objections of those in the GOP’s right flank. Pro-Palestinian protests are entering their seventh day at Columbia University, as encampments spread to other campuses across the country. Columbia canceled in-person classes, dozens of protesters were arrested at New York University and Yale, and the gates to Harvard Yard were closed to the public as top U.S. universities sought to defuse tensions over the Israel–Hamas war. The protests have sparked safety concerns for Jewish students who, in some cases, have been blocked from attending classes or bombarded with anti-Semitic abuse. Topics in this episode include: Prosecutors Want Trump Held in Contempt NY Courts to Publish Daily Transcripts of Trump Case Lawyers Make Opening Statements in ‘Hush Money’ Trial First Witness Called In Trump Trial: David Pecker Trump Lawyers Make Deal on Bond in Civil Fraud Case Trump Accused of Election Fraud in ‘Hush Money’ Case One-Sided Gag Order: What’s the Effect? What to Watch for in Ongoing Trump Case State Dept. Condemns Attack by Iran-Proxies Arrests Made as Anti-Israel Protests Spread Across Campuses Columbia University President Faces Pressure to Resign Judge Declares Mistrial in Case Over AZ Ranch Killing Biden Administration Moves to Shield Abortion Privacy Ex-Biden Associate Sues Congressman for Defamation State Senator Arrested on Burglary Suspicion Baltimore Sues Ship Owner After Bridge Collapse Musk Slams Australian Court Over ‘Censorship’ Zelenskyy Praises U.S. Leaders for Support Ukraine Tries Charm Offensive as Conscription Flags Russia Says It Took Over Village, Ukraine Denies It Russia to Step Up Strikes on Western Weapons in Ukraine UK Parliament Approves Rwanda Deportation Bill 4 Tons Cocaine: One of Sweden’s Largest Drug Busts Taiwan Rattled by Dozens of Quakes, but No Major Damage China Acquired Recently Banned Nvidia Chips: Report China Olympic Doping Scandal Heats Up Bullet Train Being Built From Vegas to Los Angeles
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