The Rundown - Tuesday, April 25, 2017: George Will!; Ann Coulter's attorney Harmeet Dhillon on suing UC Berkeley; Trump backs off border wall funding;

Syndicated columnist and occasional TV pundit George Will joins the show at 7:36 AM (with possible replay during 9 AM hour) to talk politics and baseball.


At 8:36, we'll talk with attorney Harmeet Dhillon who's representing the groups which have sponsored Ann Coulter's speech at UC Berkeley and has just filed a lawsuit against Berkeley for violations of students' First and Fourteenth Amendment rights through the university's efforts to cancel and then pretend to reschedule the speech.


Donald Trump seems to be backing away from demanding border wall funding in the upcoming federal budget or continuing resolution. Probably, like every other change, his supporters will yawn and just talk about "flexibility" and "negotiation." 

Also we expect to hear (tomorrow) that the administration is proposing a cut in the corporate income tax rate to 15%. If anything gets done, it will probably be closer to 20%, but the whole conversation represents complete economic confusion by almost all involved. Then there's the question of the deficit...

Democrats were really concerned about this page posted by the US State Dept about Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. I actually found the original to be much more about history than about promoting Mr. Trump's business:

All the prior information has been replaced with "The intention of the article was to inform the public about where the President has been hosting world leaders. We regret any misperception and have removed the post."

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