NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (July 4)

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The Thompson fire continues to burn in Butte County, California, as a heat wave sets in across the western United States. Officials ordered more than 28,000 people to evacuate on July 3, and Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency for the area. Authorities say the fire has burned more than 3,500 acres—with zero containment.

President Joe Biden has vowed to stay on the ticket as the White House forcefully denies reports that he’s weighing his options. This comes as President Biden spoke with Vice President Kamala Harris over lunch.

Hurricane Beryl struck Jamaica on July 3, and is now moving west-northwest across the Caribbean. It’s the strongest storm to hit the area in decades, and has already caused at least 7 deaths along with widespread material damage.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden: ‘I’m in This Race to the End’
2. Biden Awards Medal of Honor to Civil War Soldiers
3. Judge Blocks Non-Compete Clause Ban for Now
4. Judge Blocks Gender Identity Health Care Rule
5. Hurricane Beryl Hits Jamaica, Mexico Braces for Impact
6. Northern California: 28,000 Ordered to Evacuate as Wildfire Grows
7. Netanyahu to Visit US in 1st Trip Abroad Since Oct. 7
8. UK Voters Head to Polls With Sunak Defeat Likely
9. How DC Will Celebrate Independence Day
10. How Will Americans Celebrate Independence Day?
11. NYC Gears Up for Safe Independence Day Festivities
12. Think Tank: China Can Use Cuban Radar Site to Spy on US
13. Report: Alleged China-Linked Spy Bases in Cuba Expanding
14. Forced Organ Harvesting Survivor Recounts Ordeal
15. Fed Officials Say Price Pressures Declining
16. US Sells 1 Million Barrels of Gas From Federal Stockpile
17. BBQ Tips From Hall of Fame Pitmaster Lee Ann Whippen
18. Israel Facing Possible War on 3 Fronts
19. July 4 BBQ Will Cost More This Year
20. Child Entrepreneurs Learn About Money
21. Veteran: America Built on ‘Autonomy and Freedom’
22. 108th Annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Today