Join Jim and Greg as they recoil at the horrific assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and discuss why he was such a valuable U.S. ally. They also welcome better than expected job growth in June. And they wonder if New York Democrats learned anything from the Supreme Court decision as they pass new hurdles for residents to get concealed carry permits – including submitting their social media accounts for an evaluation of their character and conduct.

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  1. Bishop Wash Member
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    Would it hurt Jim to be generous to Trump? During the discussion of Abe’s assassination, Jim mentioned the feeding of the koi with Trump and Trump dumping the bowl of food. Jim doesn’t go on to say that what Trump did was traditional and Abe joined him. Does Jim not know that? Trump friendly press was pushing back on the Left’s narrative within 24 hours with it being tradition to dump the remaining food at once. 

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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Trump’s statement on the assassination was actually quite good.

    Why did it take the White House 9 hours to give one as well?

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  3. kedavis Coolidge
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Trump’s statement on the assassination was actually quite good.

    Why did it take the White House 9 hours to give one as well?

    Joe needed another 9-hour nap.

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