I think it's great to be back.
Sedona was fantastic and I'll tell you about it Tuesday. (My wedding anniversary and my wife's birthday.)
At 6:45 AM, we'll have a talk with attorney Jeremy Cave about whether it makes sense for people to already be suing Equifax over their massive data breach. One enterprising young man has already created a "bot" (an automated process) to allow people to sue Equifax in small claims court.
I have a lot of questions...
For any civil litigation, personal injury, wills & trusts, or other legal needs, learn more about Jeremy at http://cave.law
This is big news. So many angles, including: Was the wiretapping initially based on politics? How often was candidate (and now President) Trump caught up in the recordings? Who will Manafort roll over on to save himself? Or is the "evidence" even enough for special counsel Mueller to pressure Manafort in that way?
Interesting to hear the president talk about UN reform. It's not surprising that he's a big supporter. It was interesting how he basically did not berate the UN over the past 48 hours or so.
On Tuesday morning, probably starting at about 8:30 AM Mountain Time, President Trump will make his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. We'll take at least some, and maybe all, of it live on KHOW. And we'll discuss it immediately afterwards, and perhaps Wednesday as well.
Meanwhile, here are his remarks on Monday about reform: