Capitol Report (April 10): Government Might Ignore Judge’s Abortion Pill Ban; Roger Stone: Where Does Trump’s Prosecution Lead?

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
April 10, 2023Capitol Report

The federal government might ignore a judge’s ban on abortion pills. Some argue the government has the right to do that. Our reporter spoke with a legal expert to find out if that’s true.

President Joe Biden said he plans on running for reelection in 2024, adding more about the timing of an official announcement.

China’s military declared Monday it’s “ready to fight” after completing three days of simulated strikes around Taiwan—a response to a recent meeting between Taiwan’s president and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. With tensions mounting around Taiwan, what are America’s options? We have a guest to explore if strategic decoupling is possible.

A Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official emails an outspoken U.S. congressman, trying to pressure him to stay silent on the CCP’s forced organ harvesting.

House Republicans are headed to Manhattan to probe the district attorney’s policies following the arraignment of former President Donald Trump. And former Trump adviser Roger Stone joins us to discuss the indictment, challenging the narrative that “nobody is above the law.”

The United States is not only spying on its enemies, but also spying on its allies—at least according to the 50 alleged classified documents from the Pentagon that were leaked online.

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