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The FOX News Rundown is the place to find in-depth reporting on the news that impacts you. Each morning, Mike Emanuel, Dave Anthony, Lisa Brady, Jessica Rosenthal, and Chris Foster take a deep dive into the major and controversial stories of the day, tapping into the massive reporting resources of FOX News to provide a full picture of the news. 

 

Plus, every night, The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition brings you even more coverage of the day's biggest stories and on the weekend, you’ll hear everything that’s going on in the beltway with The FOX News Rundown: From Washington and special uncut, unedited interviews with The FOX News Rundown: Extra. 

 

Each day The FOX News Rundown features insight from top newsmakers, along with FOX News reporters and contributors, plus a daily commentary on a significant issue of the day. Check us out twice a day, every day.

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As the world continues to react to the death of OJ Simpson, we look back at the life of one of the people he was accused of murdering – Ron Goldman. Nearly five years ago, on the 25th anniversary of the infamous white Bronco chase, host Dave Anthony spoke with Kim Goldman, Ron’s sister. Kim discussed her brother, why she always felt OJ Simpson murdered him, and how she thought about the media coverage at the time. y she feels the jury failed to do their job when deliberating during the criminal trial, and why she’s upset that the legal system allowed OJ to not pay the $33.5 million judgment handed out after the civil trial.  On the FOX News Rundown extra, we will revisit our interview with Kim Goldman from June 17th, 2019. You’ll hear about Ron Goldman and her firsthand account of the trial and its publicity. Photo Credit: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visits the White House and a trilateral summit with the U.S., Philippines, and Japan, President Biden is emphasizing how important of a priority America's relationship with the Indo-Pacific region is. Founder and President of Eurasia Group, Ian Bremmer shares how creating alliances in Asia thwarts Chinese influence, how these partnerships influence America economically, and how leaders in the Indo-Pacific feel about President Biden and former President Trump ahead of the 2024 Election. This week, the House of Representatives delayed sending impeachment articles to the Senate to begin the trial of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Why? Whether it was because House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) didn't push the articles through fast enough or because Republicans are putting pressure on Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who may be trying to quickly dispense with said articles, the process has now been halted. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains where the impeachment process stands and how it could play a role in the future of Speaker Johnson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray, speaking before Congress this week, warned of a possible coordinated terror attack on the United States that could be similar to the ISIS-K attack on a music hall in Moscow. He added that the potential attack could be committed by someone inspired by the Israel-Hamas conflict. Director Wray also pushed lawmakers to reauthorize the controversial section 702 of FISA which allows the government to spy on foreigners overseas without issuing a warrant. FOX's John Saucier speaks with David Spunt, Washington-based correspondent for the FOX News Channel, about Director Wray's warning and the current state of the FISA law. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former football star, actor, and accused murderer Orenthal James Simpson has died at the age of 76 after being diagnosed with prostate cancer nearly a year ago. His exploits on the football field and in the entertainment industry captivated the nation, while his alleged 1994 murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman divided the nation. FOX News Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett, who covered the trial, joins the Rundown to discuss the legacy of O.J. Simpson, how the media covered the murder trial, and how the murders impacted the nation. Earlier this week, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled to uphold a near-total ban on abortion that dates back to 1864, giving Democrats more drive to influence voter turnout come the fall. Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to the Grand Canyon State on Friday, turning the pre-planned visit into an official campaign event to talk about reproductive rights. Former President Trump stated earlier in the week that he would not sign a federal abortion ban if elected again. FOX News Sunday anchor Shannon Bream joins the podcast to explain why some pro-life conservatives feel conflicted by former President Trump’s abortion policy, and she previews his first criminal trial, set to begin next week. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary from FOX News contributor Joe Concha. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Orenthal James Simpson, once a beloved college athlete, winning the Heisman while playing at USC and then a feared player in the NFL, has died at the age of seventy six. He went from fame to infamy after the brutal murder of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman which he would stand trial for. O.J. Simpson was acquitted but the trial captivated the nation with racial and domestic violence issues. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Eric Shawn, senior correspondent for the FOX News Channel, about his time as a reporter covering the trial from day one and what he took from the nearly year long assignment. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Inflation is creeping back up, with the prices of common goods rising 0.4% in March from the previous month, according to the Labor Department. Yet, President Joe Biden continues to tout that his policies are working, saying that under his administration, inflation has fallen from its peak. However, polls suggest that his economic message is not resonating with voters. On the Rundown, co-anchor of America's Newsroom, Bill Hemmer, joins to discuss how the economy, the border, and the abortion issue will impact 2024 voters. Congress is in crunch time to reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, as it is often referred to. House Republicans have worked on reforms for the act, which they say has been misused over the past two decades to unlawfully spy on American citizens, who in some cases have not committed a crime. The deadline for reauthorization is set for April 19, but it has faced heavy pushback by GOP hardliners. FOX News Contributor and retired CIA Station Chief Dan Hoffman joins the Rundown to explain what function FISA serves, the reforms that Republicans are aiming to get approved, and the national security implications if the act is not reauthorized. Plus, commentary from U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Prime Minister and current Foreign Secretary of Great Britain, David Cameron, has been traveling around the United States this week urging Congress to pass another round of Ukraine aid. Secretary Cameron met with Secretary of State Antony Blinken and even traveled to Florida to speak with a certain former president who is running again. A Senate-passed supplemental would send $60-billion to Ukraine but has stalled in Congress. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Shannon Felton Spence, Director of Global Communications and Strategy for Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and former staffer for Prime Minister Cameron, about the visit, who he spoke with and what his pitch was. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jennifer and James Crumbley were both sentenced to 10–15 years in prison on charges of involuntary manslaughter after the prosecution convinced the jury that the Crumbley's gross negligence enabled their son to commit a mass shooting at Oxford High School in 2021. Sentencing the parents of mass shooters is a relatively new concept for the courts. While the sentencing guidelines for this crime are typically seven years, the actual sentence Judge Cheryl Matthews handed down exceeded those guidelines, opting for a harsher-than-recommended punishment. Criminal defense attorney Jonna Spilbor joins the podcast to break down how this case marks a shift in standards for punishing guardians of mass shooters, why she feels that this case should not have been taken to criminal court, and shares her fears that this ruling will be a legal slippery slope. U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is set to become the first cabinet member facing impeachment in over 100 years. The move has been met with enthusiasm from Senate Republicans. Now, it faces an unlikely path forward, with Senate Majority Leader Schumer reportedly looking at multiple procedural options to avoid or table these articles of impeachment. House Speaker Johnson revealed on Tuesday that they would plan on delivering articles to the Senate next week, showing the GOP is not done fighting for this trial. Senator Roger Marshall (R-K.S.) says not allowing the trial would be “a nuclear option for the Democrats.” He joins the podcast to explain why our border crisis can be traced back to Secretary Mayorkas and why he believes impeachment is necessary. Plus, commentary from FOX News contributor Joe Concha. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Israel is facing growing criticisms from allies, including President Biden, of not doing enough to protect Gaza's civilians from harm as they conduct military operations against Hamas. The criticisms have increased following an Israeli drone strike that killed seven aid workers, a mistake the IDF quickly admitted to and apologized for. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the offensive into Rafah 'will happen and there is a date' for the operation. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with John Spencer, the Chair of Urban Warfare Studies with the Madison Policy Forum, who says Israeli Defense Forces are doing better job keeping innocent civilians safe than the world thinks. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Earlier this week, former President Donald Trump announced his official stance on abortion, saying this issue “should be left to the states” instead of supporting federal regulation. Abortion access and rights remain a top issue for Democrats heading to the polls in November. Former President Trump’s statement has spurred disagreement among other pro-life Republicans, such as Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who says he prefers a federal ban at 15 weeks of pregnancy. Main Street Columnist for the Wall Street Journal and former Chief Speechwriter for President George W. Bush, William McGurn, joins the Rundown to discuss why the former President’s decision on abortion policy was a "wise one," the merit of states deciding this issue, and why he doubts it will be a winning issue for Democrats. Can someone staying in your home claim “squatter’s rights?” The issue has gotten national attention after high-profile cases of squatting went viral on Instagram and TikTok. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a bill that he says will effectively stop squatting throughout the state, in a move that strictly limits the legal rights afforded to squatters. Florida Attorney Kevin Fabrikant joins the podcast to discuss the legal rights that squatters have under various laws, the involved process of evicting a squatter, and how the new Florida law seeks to remedy this housing issue. Plus, commentary by New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A high ranking advisor to the Iranian President has asked the United States to not get involved as Tehran prepares a response to the Israeli airstrike on their consulate in Syria. The airstrike killed seven Iranian military officials including a pair of generals. The Biden administration is said to be on 'high alert' as they watch the activity of Iran-backed proxy based in the region. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Curt Mills, Executive Director of The American Conservative, who shares his thoughts on whether we are on the verge of an escalation in the region following Iran's warning. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The border crisis continues, as mayors of Democratic cities call out leadership in Republican states such as Florida and Texas, for choosing to bus migrants north. This as President Biden has also come under fire over a recent phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, where he called for a cease-fire following an Israeli strike that inadvertently killed aid workers in Gaza. Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY-11) joins the Rundown to discuss how New York City has handled the migrant crisis, gives her thoughts on the impeachment efforts against DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and weighs in on President Biden's support for Israel.  There is still time for the candidates to win over Gen Z voters, with just a few months until Election Day. Tufts University estimates that 41 million people between the ages of 18 and 27 are eligible to vote this year. However, it may take more than a TikTok account or Twitter post to persuade them to head to the polls. In fact, persuading Gen Z folks of anything may prove to be a bigger challenge than with previous generations. Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, Dr. Jean Twenge, joins the podcast to discuss her research on why Gen Z is more pessimistic than other generations, what both political parties misunderstand about young voters, and how the advent of smartphones has contributed to increased youth anxieties. Plus, commentary from FOX Across America host Jimmy Failla. (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Protecting child actors from abuse and mistreatment is a cause that's been thrust into the spotlight after recent media coverage revealed especially harrowing tales about the dangers of an unchecked system for adolescents on TV and movie sets. Alyson Stoner was once a child star, doing multiple projects with the Disney Channel. Now as an adult, Alyson has taken up the mantle of advocate, pushing for more safety and protection measures for child stars who have been thrust into the limelight. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear the full conversation with Alyson Stoner about the difficult experiences child stars suffer through, the legislation they are helping push to protect children from exploitation from influencers and media companies, and the mental toll the entertainment industry can take on child stars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Florida's Supreme Court ruled to allow a proposed constitutional amendment that would enshrine abortion rights to appear on the ballot in November. Abortion proved to be an energizing issue for Democrats during the 2022 midterms, and the party is hoping that similar ballot initiatives in other states will boost voter turnout. But with President Biden trailing behind former President Trump in key battleground states, will abortion rights be enough to make a difference in November? National Political Reporter for The Hill Julia Manchester examines how the issue will impact the strategies of both Democratic and Republican campaigns this fall. As Americans continue to grapple with the effects of record-high inflation, a recent report by the Federal Trade Commission has indicated that supply chain disruptions during the pandemic helped big box retailers dominate the market and hurt competition. However, President Joe Biden continues to assert that corporations are to blame, and consumers aren't buying it. Director of Purdue University's Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability Joseph Balagtas explains the reasons behind rising food costs and discusses the outside factors contributing to the increase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As if buying a home wasn’t already a big enough challenge, now homeowners in states with frequent disasters like floods and hurricanes are getting slapped with major spikes in insurance rates. Americans in states like California, Texas, and Florida are already saying that the natural disasters in their communities have made their homes unaffordable. On top of this, insurance companies are now dropping coverage for homes and apartments in high-risk areas. FOX Business real estate contributor and host of “Mansion Global,” Katrina Campins, joined the FOX News Rundown Extra to explain what’s causing the uncertainty around affordable home insurance and tell listeners about the areas where the U.S. real estate market is heating up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the aftermath of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse, the Biden Administration assures ample resources are going toward promptly rebuilding the bridge to minimize supply chain struggles & ensure port workers stay employed. However, seeing as the port brought in the most automobiles and farm equipment in the country -- are supply chain disruptions inevitable? White House Economic Advisor Jared Bernstein shares how the Biden Administration is working to ensure the 15,000 port workers impacted by this incident are not left unemployed. Congress is still out on recess, but many questions remain up in the air for when lawmakers return next week. Can House Speaker Mike Johnson hang onto the gavel with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-GA) motion to vacate? Will members of the House and Senate finally come together to agree on providing government aid for Israel and Ukraine? FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram reports as we wait for legislators to return to shaky grounds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
East Coast residents from Baltimore to Boston felt something Friday they are not normally used to - an earthquake. According to the USGS, the earthquake measured at least 4.8 magnitude and struck near Lebanon, New Jersey, about 50 miles west of New York City and 50 miles north of Philadelphia. People felt the ground move, buildings shake and experienced at least three aftershocks. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Patrick Abbott, Professor of Geology at Sand Diego State University, about the earthquake, its strength and if the East Coast should expect more. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Millions of people across the country are preparing for the total eclipse this Monday, as its path will traverse through Texas and all the way to Maine. Towns within the path of totality are already reaping the economic benefits from eclipse tourism, with some estimations saying there could be a $1 billion economic stimulus due to eclipse travel. Theoretical cosmologist and NASA advisor Paul Sutter joins the Rundown to explain what happens during a total eclipse, and what precautions are needed during the event. Later, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce president and Chief Executive Officer Robert Duffy joins to discuss the economic impact the eclipse is having on his town. There are about thirty weeks left until the presidential election, and neither candidate is really losing the race. Recent polling shows President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are virtually tied. However, the Wall Street Journal shows that Trump is ahead in six out of seven battleground states. Earlier this week, First Lady Jill Biden told CBS Mornings that her husband is not losing in swing states. Republican Strategist Colin Reed joins to explain why it's in poor taste for the president to be "challenging the veracity" of the polls, why the Democrats are struggling to maintain their base, and why people are not thrilled about Vice President Kamala Harris. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary from the host of OutKick's Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The fallout continues from the Israeli airstrike that hit a convoy of World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza, killing seven of them. Israeli officials, including the Prime Minister, have apologized but it raises even more concerns about their plan to expand the offensive into Rafah. President Biden, in a phone call with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said the United States may begin withholding military aid unless civilian safety and humanitarian efforts are not prioritized. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Trey Yingst, FOX News foreign correspondent reporting from Tel Aviv, about the deadly airstrike and pressure it has put on U.S.-Israel relations. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It has been nearly six months since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war, and Prime Minister Netanyahu issued a rare apology for the recent deaths of seven aid workers killed in an airstrike in Gaza. International pressure mounted for both Israel and the United States after this strike, as President Biden offered swift criticism for Netanyahu’s failure to protect aid workers and Gazan civilians. The President stopped short of drawing a red line with U.S. military aid to Israel; however, this event only furthered the tensions between the two world leaders. FOX News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst joins the Rundown to explain the global fallout from the deaths of the World Central Kitchen aid workers, the potential escalation in the region with the Israeli strike on Damascus, and the dangers posed to the Israeli Defense Force if they stay in Gaza too long. The release of the docuseries "Quiet On Set" has brought increased attention to the treatment of child actors, with numerous former child stars calling out the abuse and mistreatment they faced while working on television and movie productions. Former stars are now speaking up and advocating for legislation that protects the welfare of child actors. Actor and advocate Alyson Stoner joins the podcast to discuss the challenges they faced during their time as child stars, the details of the "Kidfluencer Protection Act" that they are pushing to get passed in Ohio, and the heavy mental toll that the acting industry can have on adolescents. Plus, commentary by a former investment banker and author of 'You Will Own Nothing,' Carol Roth. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Ian McPherson

This is because they own Joe Biden.

Sep 6th
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Tad

Don't listen. Fox hating on Trump

Apr 13th
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Kaden Cruz

I waited 30 minutes to listen to the title to hear not the details of the whole brittney grinder exchange but instead to hear political garbage like her not singing the national anthem in protest??? I really wanted some conservative news but I can’t do this. They gave no information what so ever, who click baits so shamelessly! One minute was all the time they stayed on the brittney griner topic If I wanted to be told what to think id go on Facebook! 👎

Dec 9th
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T. Paxton

no KIDDING! After my divorce was finalized I couldn't afford to stay in my house and couldn't afford to buy or rent where I thought I was going to live for the next 30+ years. I'm retired and back to living with my dad🙁

Oct 1st
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Ian McPherson

This guy is a pussy hack cuck.

Jul 24th
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Lordofhailspont

needlessly poking the f*ING bear?!! get outta here. Zelensky's country is being attacked and he should be mute?

May 25th
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Xinquan Li

good news !!!

May 18th
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Austin Lee Alvord

is this guy farting during recording?

Apr 18th
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Moshe Wise

If you call cross-dressing men 'male-bodied' or 'biological males' you are conceding the lie that sex can be adopted. Just call them 'males' - it takes fewer words and is more honest.

Feb 23rd
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Dan Cutrone

Seriously, your idea of a 1/6 retrospective is a fawning interview with Adam Kinzinger?!

Jan 6th
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Moshe Wise

A driver is not really independent if she is part of an association

Jul 12th
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HQ Wang

i do not think that us have the ability to defeat iran

Nov 25th
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Phil Green

Shameful that supposedly "fair and balanced" reporters are pushing the leftist propaganda of "move on, you have no evidence" even while the courts are beginning the process of reviewing the evidence. STOP with the snarky adjectives or you can join the New York Times in the reject pile.

Nov 11th
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Roberto Krebbers

the hunter Biden scandal.???? whahaha..Trump himself is a walking talking (lying) scandal This is hypocrisy at his best(worse) not saying anything about Trump's behaviour for the last four years...everything that's happened was oke and you all kept your mouth shut and to talk about scandal right now about hunter/Biden is just wrong and it seems a little..(no not a little) it seems despicable and desperate

Oct 19th
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Conrad Mollink

RSS aan be wa

Aug 18th
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Roberto Krebbers

Trump does nothing to stop Corona..this is not an idea or a suggestion this is the truth, look at other countries no other country has as much death as in the USA ..and he says " we did a wonderful job and the mortality rate is lowering and I saved millions of lives " it's a crime what your president says and does, better said doesn't do,..Europe doesn't have better equipment or doctor's or more money but we are almost clean of Corona ..why are you in so much trouble with the Corona virus in the USA???

Jul 8th
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Roberto Krebbers

WTF .!?!?..Libya.?!? what about the USA,people are dying right now in the USA talk about that..sorry I know the people of Libya are also human beings,but with what is happening right now in the USA ..who the f@$k cares about Libya..

Jun 26th
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M

Fox doesn't represent conservatives anymore. Fox why do you report the race in headlines when it suits the leftist narrative but not when a group of blacks beat a white person? Tucker is the only worthwhile person you guys have left

Jun 18th
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William Beshlian

Richard, I am willing to add my voice. But, are you willing to call out those who commit and foment this violence? I don't care what color you are if you do this. The majority of protesters arrested this weekend where I live, Omaha, Nebraska were white. I'll stand by you if you get face to face and call out blacks who do this if you stand by me when I call out white people who do this.

Jun 1st
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William Beshlian

Well said Geraldo!

May 15th
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