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On Thursday, former U.S. President Trump pleaded not guilty to 13 felony counts in Georgia.

He’s accused of allegedly trying to subvert the result of the 2020 U-S presidential election in the southern state.

Trump supporters say this is all part of a “witch hunt” and have called on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to remove the prosecutor Fani Willis from the case.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration reached a healthcare milestone in its efforts to reduce the cost of prescription medication.

To discuss:

  • Bruce Fein is a Constitutional Lawyer.
  • Eleanor Clift is a Political Columnist for The Daily Beast.
  • Sean Blackmon is the Host of “By Any Means Necessary” on Radio Sputnik and an Activist.
  • Brandon Brice is a Columnist, Media Personality and Radio Host of “The Brice Is Right.”

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