NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (April 11)

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An appeals judge has rejected Former President Donald Trump’s bid to delay his so-called hush-money trial—for the third time this week. And a five-month prison sentence has been handed down to former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg as part of a plea deal.

The Israeli military has confirm it killed three sons of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in an airstrike on April 10. Hamas said an airstrike hit a car the brothers were driving in Gaza’s al-Shati camp. NTD has updates on the Israel–Hamas war.

Nuclear fusion, military upgrades, and space exploration: President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida are keen to strengthen ties in the face of aggression from the Chinese communist regime.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden, Kishida Celebrate US–Japan Alliance
2. Israeli Airstrike Kills 3 Sons of Hamas Leader
3. Apparent Israeli Discrepancy Over Rafah Invasion Date
4. Judge Denies 3rd Appeal to Delay Trump’s ‘Hush Money’ Trial
5. Ex-Trump Org. CFO Gets 5-Month Jail Sentence
6. House Blocks Effort to Reauthorize US Spy Tool
7. Hearing on CCP’s Malign Influence at UN
8. Ukraine Says Russia Hit Energy Facilities in ‘Major Attack’
9. Hamas Reportedly Can’t Produce 40 Living Hostages
10. 5 Arrested After Shooting in Philadelphia
11. Man Pleads Guilty for Threatening Jewish Students
12. Severe Weather Pounds Communities in the South
13. NTSB Conducting New Boeing Interviews in Door Plug Probe
14. Senate Rejects Rule to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions
15. Iowa Gov. Signs Bill Allowing Arrest of Illegal Immigrants
16. Organ Harvesting in China Takes Center Stage at Film Screening
17. Wall St. Ends Sharply Lower as Inflation Remains ‘Sticky’
18. Risks of Being Salt-Deficient, and How to Reduce Them
19. US, Japan, Philippines Tighten Ties Over China Concerns
20. Luxurious Watches Turning Heads in Geneva
21. Former Addict Turns to Faith on Path to Recovery

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