Ep. 744 New Biden Memory Revelations, Judge McAfee Speaks, and ‘Rust’ Set Shooting Verdict

Megyn is joined by attorneys Dave Aronberg and Mike Davis to discuss Special Counsel Robert Hur’s Congressional testimony about the Biden classified documents case, new details about President Joe Biden’s faulty memory, the reason Hur says he couldn’t charge Biden, the judge in the Fani Willis disqualification case speaking out in a radio interview, whether he’ll rule differently now that he’s facing an election challenger, what a new witness is saying about boxes at Mar-a-Lago, new information from the driver of “The Beast” about former President Donald Trump and January 6, and more.

Then, attorneys Jonna Spilbor and David Wohl join for a Kelly’s Court to discuss the armorer on the Rust movie set being found guilty, what that verdict means for Alec Baldwin, the shocking details of the Michelle Troconis case, the father of the Michigan school shooter now on trial, whether he will be or should be convicted of involuntary manslaughter, how unique this trial is, a major potential delay in the Idaho Murders case, and more.

Finally, Amy Chozick, creator of The Girls on the Bus, joins to discuss the erosion of trust in the media, how the media landscape has changed, objectivity vs. authenticity in the press, her time covering Hillary Clinton’s 2008 and 2016 campaigns, and more.