NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (April 2)

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Former President Donald Trump has posted a $175-million bond in his New York civil fraud case. Meanwhile, a judge in his so-called “hush money” case has expanded a gag order on the former president.

A judge has ruled that President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden will face trial in a million-dollar tax evasion case—rejecting multiple appeals to dismiss.

The Port of Baltimore has opened a temporary channel to let some trapped ships out, as the owner of the container ship that rammed into the bridge moves to limit liability for the deadly disaster.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Trump Posts $175-Million Bond in Fraud Case
2. Dismissal of Hunter Biden Tax Charges Denied
3. Container Ship’s Owner Seeks to Limit Legal Liability
4. Biden Responds to Trans Holiday Backlash
5. RFK Jr. Shakes Up 2024 Trump, Biden Rematch
6. Swing State Factors: Governors, Independents, Autoworkers
7. 6-Week Florida Abortion Ban to Soon Become Law
8. SUV Slams Into Atlanta FBI Entry Gate
9. Israel Accused of Airstrike on Iran’s Consulate in Syria
10. Report: 7 WCK Aid Workers Killed in IDF Airstrike on Gaza
11. IDF Leave al-Shifa Hospital After 2-Week Operation
12. What are Israeli Sentiments Toward Al Jazeera?
13. Foreigners Trapped in China Under Exit Ban
14. Heavy Rains Cause Lane Collapse Along California Highway
15. Worker on Texas Dairy Farm Infected With Bird Flu
16. Study: 6-Figure Income Needed to Buy a Home in 22 States
17. Unpaid NYC Property Taxes to Hit $880 Million
18. Radio Host: Shen Yun Is Timeless
19. School Students Learn About April’s Total Solar Eclipse
20. Texans Anticipate Best Solar Eclipse Viewing in US
21. Dogs Can Associate Words With Objects: Study
22. Trump to Focus on Crime, Illegal Immigration in Mich., Wis.
23. How to Keep Safe Amid Hail, Tornado Risk
24. California Dems Urge Biden Not to Scrap Chips R&D Funding
25. New Device Allows Blind to Listen to Total Solar Eclipse

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