NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (May 21)

Live Chat

President Joe Biden has called the International Criminal Court’s bid to arrest Israel’s prime minister “outrageous”—and reaffirmed the United States’ ironclad commitment to Israel’s security. Lawmakers gave their reactions to the ICC decision, which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says sets a dangerous precedent for every nation’s right to defend itself against terrorist organizations.

The judge has cleared the courtroom in former President Donald Trump’s New York trial. A dramatic day in court saw the defense begin making its case.

President Trump has overtaken President Biden in terms of fundraising for the first time, and the Kennedy campaign has also raked in some serious cash. NTD takes a look at what it means for key swing states.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden Rejects ICC Arrest Warrant Request
2. What Does ICC Arrest Warrant Mean for Netanyahu?
3. US Responds to Iranian President’s Death
4. CENTCOM: 600+ Tons of Aid Delivered Via Gaza Pier to Date
5. FDIC Chair Gruenberg to Step Down Following Scandal
6. Senate to Reconsider Failed Border Bill
7. Michael Cohen Admits to Stealing $60,000 From Trump Organization
8. Judge Threatens to Remove Witness in Trump Trial
9. Trump Passes Biden in Fundraising, RFK Jr. Hauls in Cash
10. Raisi’s Death Sparks Celebrations–and Tension
11. Intel Chief: China’s Satellite Fleet Threatens US Troops
12. Trump Media Loses Over $320 Million in 1st-Quarter Trading
13. Oil Prices Fall Due to US Interest Rate Fears
14. Yale Graduates Stage Anti-Israel Walkout
15. Red Lobster Files for Bankruptcy
16. AAA Expects Near Record Memorial Day Travel
17. Career Tips and What’s Behind the ‘Tradwife’ Trend on Social Media
18. Commemorative Coin for D-Day Anniversary Unveiled
19. South Korea Holds ‘Power Nap’ Competition
20. 6-Year-Old’s Duets With Dad Gain Worldwide Popularity

ntd newsletter icon
Sign up for NTD Daily
What you need to know, summarized in one email.
Stay informed with accurate news you can trust.
By registering for the newsletter, you agree to the Privacy Policy.