NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Oct. 2)

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It took going to the brink, but the government avoided a partial shutdown with a weekend deal. However, one congressman has vowed to oust House Speaker McCarthy in its wake.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has appointed a new Senator to replace Dianne Feinstein, who died last week at the age of 90.

Former President Donald Trump is in New York to appear in court for his civil fraud trial. NTD has details and analysis on the case.

Topics in this episode include:

1. House Approves Deal, Avoids Government Shutdown
2. 45 Day Bipartisan Funding Bill Passed
3. Rep. Bowman Pulls Fire Alarm in House Office Building
4. Rep. Dean Phillips Stepping Down From Leadership Role
5. Calif. Gov. Appoints Senator Feinstein Replacement
6. GOP Candidates Share Top Policy Goals
7. Trump Up 5 Percent After Skipping Debate
8. Trump to Appear at Civil Fraud Trial in New York
9. SCOTUS Justices Take Bench Today
10. Investigation: Illinois Truck Crash Chemical Spill
11. Former Florida Prosecutor Accused of Stabbing Man
12. Ten Cuban Migrants Including One Child Killed
13. Michigan Supreme Court Adopts ‘They’ Pronouns
14. NY State: Massive Search Underway for Missing Girl
15. China Spending Billions on Spreading Disinformation
16. First High-Speed Railway Launches in Southeast Asia
17. Mexico: 9 Killed After Church Roof Collapses
18. Historic Health Care Strike May Start Wednesday
19. New UAW Strikes Against Ford, GM
20. Too Much Screen Time is Addiction: Mental Health Expert
21. NTD Global Beauty Pageant Announces Winner
22. Rep. Gaetz Vows to Oust Speaker McCarthy
23. Update on 2024 Presidential Campaign
24. Legal Analysis of Trump’s Business Fraud Accusations
25. Senator Feinstein’s Replacement Is EMILYs List President
26. Can Inflation Be Tamed Without Straining Economy?
27. Former President Jimmy Carter Turns 99
28. Wyoming Family Goes on ‘TV-Fast’
29. A Face Only a Mother Could Love
30. Drone Shows Shark Chasing Hundreds of Stingrays

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