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Rundown for April 26, 2017

 

Obama’s Iran Deal Was Worse Than We Thought!  When former President Obama announced the nuclear deal with Iran, not everyone felt the agreement was in the United States’ best interest.  But now, more details regarding what the U.S. gave up in the deal have surfaced, and it looks even worse.  As part of the agreement, fourteen fugitives had their cases or international arrest warrants dropped.  Some of these men were known to be dangerous arms dealers.  Josh Meyer, senior investigative reporter for Politico, talks with Dan about these new details and how the Obama administration tried to cover them up.  Does this change your mind about the Iranian nuclear deal?  Call in and join the conversation!

 

Has Money Corrupted Politics?  John Pudner, Executive Director of Take Back Our Republic and former Breitbart sports editor, has been involved in a number of Republican campaigns.  As a result, he’s seen firsthand the kind of effect and influence that money can have in our current political system.  He sits down with Dan tonight to discuss why money in politics is bigger than Republicans versus Democrats.  Do you believe there is too much money in our political system?  Or should those with money be allowed to spend it as they see fit?  Call in and be a part of the show!

 

Should the U.S. Give Up on the U.N.?  President Trump has made it clear that he believes many international organizations are not pulling their weight, leaving too much burden on the United States.  Perhaps the largest and most prominent of these, the United Nations, is often criticized for being weak and ineffectual.  Pallavi Kakoti-McHugh is a former U.N. staffer who believes the U.S. should pull out of the organization immediately.  Tune in to hear her thoughts on why, then call in and add your voice to the mix!

 


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