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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Friday 1/5/2018


Former US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton joined Dan and Amy to talk Iran and North Korea:


Fox News Anchor Bret Baier joined Dan and Amy with reaction to Michael Wolff’s new book on the Trump White House:


Fox Business Network Contributor Scott Shellady joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the December jobs numbers:


Greg Schiller the Managing Director at Light In The Darkness Ministry joined Dan and Amy to talk about his fight with the city of Elgin over his “Slumber Parties” for the local homeless during the extremely cold weather:


Thursday at the White House, President Trump responded to shouted questions about Steve Bannon, whose comments reported in a new book by Michael Wolff caused a huge uproar in D.C. yesterday. The president said he had heard Bannon on the radio Wednesday night say he still fully supports Trump.


Following his cryptic Tweet identifying Steve Bannon’s new benfactor, enigmatic Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, Matt Drudge followed up on Twitter with a personal and impassioned plea for a new direction at Breitbart News.


The House Intelligence Committee led by Rep. Devin Nunes is expanding its investigation into the FBI and Department of Justice‘s handling of an ongoing probe into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to a letter sent Thursday by Nunes to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.


Reps. Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan: It’s time for Jeff Sessions to go, as shown by the latest FBI leak.


Days after returning from a holiday break, Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday night quietly checked himself into the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy — a home under fire amid outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease.


The Trump administration threw the burgeoning movement to legalize marijuana into uncertainty Thursday as it lifted an Obama-era policy that kept federal authorities from cracking down on the pot trade in states where the drug is legal. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will now leave it up to federal prosecutors to decide what to do when state rules collide with federal drug law.


It’s so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees. Temperatures dipped below 40 degrees early Thursday in parts of South Florida, according to the National Weather Service in Miami.