NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Nov. 27)

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The terrorist group Hamas is seeking to extend a pause in fighting as a fourth group of hostages is set to be released today. Hear how Israeli officials reacted with time for the temporary truce running out.

President Joe Biden has commented on the hostage release, with Americans still believed to be among those held captive in Gaza. Find out what President Biden wants to see happen next.

Entrepreneur Elon Musk is set to meet with Israeli President Isaac Herzog today. The visit follows a firestorm of controversy over alleged anti-Semitism online.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Hamas Seeks to Extend Hostage Deal as Deadline Looms
2. Hostages Freed From Hamas Reunite With Families in Israel
3. Biden Delivers Remarks After American Hostage Released
4. Analysis: Hamas Eager to Extend Truce
5. 85-Year-Old Freed Hostage Wants to Fight for Other Captives
6. Tanker Safe After Takeover Attempt Near Yemen
7. Schumer to Bring Bill Linking Ukraine, Israel Funds
8. George Santos Expecting to Be Kicked Out of Congress
9. Dean Phillips Won’t Seek Another Term in House
10. Former Kansas Governor Endorses Trump for President
11. SC: Trump Draws Cheers at College Football Game
12. Analysis: Trump’s Appearance at Football Game in SC
13. Chauvin Family Received No Updates After Stabbing: Lawyer
14. Elon Musk Meets Israel’s President Today
15. 3 Students of Palestinian Descent Shot in Vermont
16. Protesters Shut Down Busy Manhattan Bridge
17. Tens of Thousands March Against Anti-Semitism in London
18. Paris: 6 Teens in Court Over 2020 Beheading of Teacher
19. China Grapples With Respiratory Illness Surge
20. Record Black Friday Spending
21. Lights, Camera, Action! Touring NYC Movie Settings
22. Possible Humanitarian Pause Extension: Analysis
23. Bloomberg Pledges $500 Million for Green Energy
24. Black Friday Spending Review
25. Mistake Leads to Lottery Win

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