NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (April 29)

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There were dramatic scenes across the Midwest this weekend as powerful tornadoes wreaked havoc and uprooted lives. At least five people were killed in the devastating storms, including a baby. NTD has video footage of the aftermath.

Pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protesters clashed at the University of California in Los Angeles on Sunday. NTD looks at how colleges across the country are tackling a wave of protests and counter-protests, as well as rising anti-Semitism on campuses.

President Joe Biden has called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to review hostage and cease-fire talks, as well as Israel’s plans for an offensive in Rafah. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Antony Blinken extended his trip in the Middle East as he emphasized the need to contain the conflict. NTD has the latest in the Israel–Hamas war.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Twisters Slam Midwest, 5 Dead–Including Baby
2. CNN Poll Shows Trump Leading Biden
3. Will Trump Pick Up a Critical Amount of Minority Voters?
4. Biden Jabs Trump at White House Correspondents’ Dinner
5. Trump Endorses Staggs to Replace Sen. Romney
6. Biden Reiterates ‘Clear Position’ on Rafah to Netanyahu
7. Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Israeli Protesters Clash at UCLA
8. CCP Military Near Taiwan After Blinken Leaves Beijing
9. FBI: Chinese Regime Threatens US Critical Infrastructure
10. Biden Admin. Creating ‘AI Safety Panel’
11. NY Gov. Hochul Wants Upstate DA Investigated
12. Former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Testify Before Congress
13. Harvey Weinstein Hospitalized After Physical at NY Jail
14. Emergency Slide Falls Off Delta Plane After Takeoff
15. How Big Tech is Soaking up Water, Electricity
16. Republic First Bank Closes in 1st US Bank Failure This Year
17. Berlin Veterinarian Has a Heart for Racoons
18. Hamas to Send Delegation to Cairo for Hostage Talks
19. French Baker Wins Best Baguette in Paris Competition

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