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Trump DOOMED by RIGGED Jury? | NYPD ARRESTS Anti-Israel Protesters at Columbia University | 4/18/24 Sara Gonzales Unfiltered

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Former President Trump faces the third day of his hush money payment trial in a Manhattan courthouse. The day kicked off with seven confirmed jurors, but two were dismissed later in the morning. Are Trump's chances doomed by a rigged jury? New York police intervened to remove anti-Israel protesters from Columbia University's campus in New York City today. Demonstrating students had set up an encampment on a campus lawn, demanding the university divest from companies with ties to Israel. Meanwhile, Columbia University president Minouche Shafik testified on Capitol Hill regarding anti-Semitism on the campus yesterday. Speaker Mike Johnson has stirred controversy by pushing a bill without a deal, strategy, or path forward for our country's border security. The bill proposes sending nearly 100 billion taxpayer dollars to Ukraine and Israel, leaving many questioning his priorities. Molly Ringwald, famous for her roles in iconic '80s films like "Pretty in Pink" and "Sixteen Candles," discussed the need for a more diverse cast in modern-era remakes during a Q&A session with Variety magazine at the Miami Film Festival. BlazeTV contributors Jaco Booyens and Matthew Marsden join the show to discuss.

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Former President Trump faces the third day of his hush money payment trial in a Manhattan courthouse. The day kicked off with seven confirmed jurors, but two were dismissed later in the morning. Are Trump's chances doomed by a rigged jury? New York police intervened to remove anti-Israel protesters from Columbia University's campus in New York City today. Demonstrating students had set up an encampment on a campus lawn, demanding the university divest from companies with ties to Israel. Meanwhile, Columbia University president Minouche Shafik testified on Capitol Hill regarding anti-Semitism on the campus yesterday. Speaker Mike Johnson has stirred controversy by pushing a bill without a deal, strategy, or path forward for our country's border security. The bill proposes sending nearly 100 billion taxpayer dollars to Ukraine and Israel, leaving many questioning his priorities. Molly Ringwald, famous for her roles in iconic '80s films like "Pretty in Pink" and "Sixteen Candles," discussed the need for a more diverse cast in modern-era remakes during a Q&A session with Variety magazine at the Miami Film Festival. BlazeTV contributors Jaco Booyens and Matthew Marsden join the show to discuss.

Today's Sponsors:

Jase Medical
Go to https://jasemedical.com and enter code SARA at checkout for a discount on your order.

Relief Factor
Visit https://relieffactor.com or call 1-800-4-relief.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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