NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Sept. 7)

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Hunter Biden could soon be facing ten years of jail time on felony gun charges. Meanwhile, House Oversight Chair James Comer is digging deeper in his probe of the Biden family’s business dealings.

A lawsuit is seeking to bar former President Donald Trump from the GOP primary in Colorado—citing the U.S. Constitution’s insurrection clause.

The Biden administration makes a key decision affecting oil and gas drilling in Alaska. A Republican Senator has said the move is devastating for American energy.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Prosecutors to Seek Hunter Biden Indictment by Sept. 29
2. Rep. Comer Demands NARA Provide Biden Emails
3. Georgia Prosecutors Estimate a 4-Month Trial
4. Breaking Down First Hearing in Georgia Case
5. Lawsuit Seeks to Bar Trump From Colorado Primary
6. Biden Admin. Cancels 7 Oil and Gas Leases in Alaska
7. Biden Rejects 9/11 Defendants Plea Deal Conditions
8. Pentagon Pressures Tuberville Over Nomination Blockade
9. Celeste Maloy Wins Utah Special Primary
10. 4 See Felonies Dropped in ‘Fat Leonard’ Case
11. Search for Homicide Suspect in DC
12. Manhunt for Escaped Pa. Murderer Ongoing
13. Texas Power Company Lifts Emergency Alert
14. Blinken Makes Surprise Visit to Ukraine
15. US Lawmakers Investigate Huawei’s New Phone
16. US Investigating Huawei Chip Breakthrough
17. Russia Decries US Depleted Uranium Weapons to Ukraine
18. Typhoon Haikui Continues to Pound Southern China
19. Japan Sends Spacecraft to the Moon
20. Some Schools Restart Mask Mandates
21. 10th County Passes ‘Ban the Jab’ Resolution
22. Texas Ordered to Remove Floating Barriers
23. Calif. Group Launches ‘Protect Kids’ Initiatives
24. UAW Chief: Detroit Automakers to Strike
25. Bill Gates Bets on Bud Light
26. Bioluminescent Waters Light Up California Coast
27. Tokyo Café Offers ‘Giraffe Nap’ Stations

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