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Former President Donald Trump has filed an appeal against the verdict in journalist E. Jean Carroll’s defamation case against him. He’s seeking to overturn the $83-million judgment.

Two presidential debates have now been scheduled, with the first set for June. President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump have accepted invitations from two mainstream media outlets in a battle for hearts and minds—and votes. What does each one need to do to make maximum impact? An NTD contributor has some answers.

Bankrolling candidates, big data analytics, and deepfakes. The Chinese communist regime’s plans to influence the 2024 elections have been brought to light at a Senate hearing on foreign threats to U.S. democracy.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden, Trump Confirm Two Presidential Debates
2. How can Biden, Trump Make an Impact at Planned Debates?
3. Gaza Strip Pier Project Complete, Aid Flow to Start Soon
4. Barge Slams Into Texas Bridge, Causing Oil Spill
5. Trump Appeals to New York’s High Court Over Gag Order
6. Reps. Question Cohen’s Credibility in Trump’s New York Case
7. Trump Appeals $83-Million E. Jean Carroll Defamation Verdict
8. Judge Rejects Navarro’s Sentence Request
9. SCOTUS Rules on Louisiana Congressional Map
10. DNI Haines Says CCP Has ‘Perfected’ Election Influence Tools
11. Chinese Communist Regime’s Threat to 2024 Election
12. University of California Protesters Clash With Police
13. Report Links CCP to Anti-Israel Protests
14. Ukraine–Russia War on Agenda for Putin and Xi
15. Slovak Prime Minister Stable After Assassination Attempt
16. House Passes Legislation to Support Police
17. How can Police Be Better Equipped to do Their Job?
18. Google Unveils AI-Generated Search Section
19. Mexico: First Ever Michelin Star Given to a Taco Shop
20. Explainer: Boeing Accused of Breaching Settlement
21. Peace Officers Honored in Annual Ceremony
22. Netflix Inks Deal to Air NFL Games at Christmas

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