CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — As America prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, “The Donlon Report” examines whether the country has changed for the better or for the worse. Washington Post editor Marc Fisher, NewsNation’s Markie Martin and Jennie Taylor, a Gold Star widow, discuss how things are different because of that terrible morning.
A new Civiqs poll shows Biden’s approval rating has slipped to 41% after a rough two months. Rochelle Ritchie, former press secretary for House Democrats and Nancy Rommelman, co-founder of Paloma Media, discuss the impact it will have on his agenda.
9/11 has also changed crime fighting — especially the technology being used. Former special federal agent David Katz and former NYPD detective Tom Ruskin discuss.
In Afghanistan, many of the Taliban leaders the U.S. are now negotiating with are former prisoners. Bill Roggio of The Foundation for Defense of Democracies talks about the dynamic.
President Biden is reportedly working on a “remain in Mexico” policy for the southern border that he claims is more “humane” than Trump’s. Border Report’s Sandra Sanchez explains.
California radio host Mo Kelly talks about the upcoming gubernatorial recall election.
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