148: If We Can Make It Here, We Can Make It Anywhere

Sept. 16, 2023

Jill Wine-Banks hosts #SistersInLaw to review the most consequential developments in the trials of Trump World, including; Mark Meadows’ failure to remove the case to federal court, the lack of a Garcia Hearing in the Mar-A-Lago case, and the separation of the defendants in Georgia.  Then they look at the history of DACA beginning with the proposed Dream Act, and the implications of a ruling against it by a judge in Texas– especially what it means for immigrants brought here as children.  They also examine the indictment of Hunter Biden on gun charges, how politics scuttled the plea deal, and what it means for him and President BIden.  

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