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Attorney: Minnesota nonprofit accused of massive fraud | Banfield

Kenneth Udoibok, the attorney for 'Feeding our Future' founder Aimee Bock, says people cannot be convicted by association. “Maybe people committed fraud, maybe she’s (Bock) even a victim. But to say that $250 million went missing, or people weren’t fed, then you accuse Ms. Bock of conspiracy with unknown characters." However, as NewsNation’s Ashleigh Banfield points out, there are no conspiracy charges in the case. #Banfield #FeedingOurFuture #fraud https://www.newsnationnow.com/us-news/midwest/feds-charge-47-people-in-250m-food-scheme-in-minnesota/ Watch Ashleigh Banfield's Talk Show on NewsNation weeknights at 10/9c.

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Utah Republican candidate shares what inspired her rap to win votes | Morning in America

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TSA continues to confiscate record number of firearms | Morning in America

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Rush Hour

Tylenol murders still under investigation 40 years later | Rush Hour

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Suspect still at large in death of two North Carolina boys | Rush Hour

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Russians protest as reserves mobilized, fake referendums held | NewsNation Prime

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Trump steady on campaign trail despite investigations | NewsNation Prime

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Republicans, Democrats dig in on key issues ahead of midterms | NewsNation Prime

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NYC running out of space for migrants | NewsNation Prime

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On Balance

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Illinois mayor rips Pritzker for SAFE-T Act | On Balance

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Is there really no wokeness in military? | On Balance

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Top issues for voters still crime, inflation—not immigration | On Balance

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Congressman says quiet part about revolving door out loud | On Balance

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Trump: Feds may have been after Hilary’s emails | Banfield

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Early Morning

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