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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Monday 12/4/2017

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Brian McCann, whose brother was killed in Chicago by an illegal immigrant, joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the verdict in the Steinle trial:

 

Illinois State Representative Jeanne Ives joined Dan and Amy to talk about her decision to run in the Republican primary for Governor against incumbent Bruce Rauner:

 

Alan Dershowitz is a former Harvard Law professor and author of the new book “Trumped Up: How Criminalization of Political Differences Endangers Democracy” he joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the charges against former Trump administration National Security Advisor Michael Flynn:

 

Former US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the charges against former Trump administration National Security Advisor Michael Flynn:

 

Mitch McConnell for Wall Street Journal: The Senate’s bill will help small businesses and families while promoting energy independence.

 

Larry Kudlow for National Review: I’d vote for it, and so should you.

 

U.S. President Donald Trump defended his disgraced former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Saturday, saying that the basis of a special prosecutor’s actions against the former general were “lawful” and above board — even as he acknowledged Flynn had lied to federal officials.

 

A top FBI agent at the center of both the Clinton email and Trump-Russia investigations was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team for exchanging derogatory text messages about the president with a colleague.

 

ABC News has announced that Brian Ross would be suspended for four weeks without pay “effective immediately.” Ross came under considerable fire on Friday after he erroneously reported on live television that then-candidate Donald Trump had instructed Michael Flynn to make contact with the Russians. In a correction seven hours later, the channel admitted that it was “President-elect” Trump who had made the request of Flynn — a pretty significant difference.