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    On today's BradCast: The stunning breaking news that FBI Director James Comey has been fired by Donald Trump hits smack dab in the middle of today's show.

    Other than that, we also cover a whole bunch of other noteworthy stuff today, including…

    • South Korea elects liberal candidate who wants to open relations with North Korea as new President, Donald Trump about to get very confused;
    • Trump Campaign scrubs own website amid federal court hearing on 'unconstitutional' Muslim travel ban;
    • Sally Yates makes mincemeat of both hypocritical US Senators from Texas during her Monday Senate testimony;
    • Vulnerable Rep. Rod Blum (R-IA) walks out of interview in a huff after being asked perfectly reasonable question;
    • New study finds GOP Photo ID voting restriction laws suppressed huge number of voters in 2016, including some 200,000 in Wisconsin (which Trump reportedly won by 22,700 votes);
    • Illinois Senate calls Republican Governor's bluff, advances bi-partisan bill for automatic voter registration;
    • Desi Doyen joins us for the latest Green News Report as France votes for climate action and climate change-fueled extreme weather turns deadly in Midwest and South East.

    Oh, and did I mention Donald Trump suddenly fired FBI Director James Comey today?!!

    You can find Brad's previous editions here. And tune in to radio Sputnik three hours a day, five days a week, at 5 pm GMT.

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