WOR Week in Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

Former New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton joined Len and Michael this week and unloaded on the legal troubles his former boss, Rudy Giuliani, now finds himself in.



With housing problems for the nearly 100,000 migrants weighting heavily on civic leaders’ minds, the problem of housing for New York City’s rent-paying citizens has quietly been dwarfed. But rents are a growing concern, as they have steadily risen throughout the five boroughs. Greg David, Director of the Business and Economic Reporting program at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, spoke with Len and Michael about how the City’s financial problems are impacting renters.



And New York City Council minority leader Joe Borelli spoke with the guys about a the seemingly collective consensus regarding migrants in our local communities: “Not in my back yard.”



Mark Simone:

Former President Trump may not have been there, but who were the winners and losers in this week’s first GOP primary debate? Mark spoke with journalist Liz Peek about the highlights and lowlights.



Streaming host and lawyer Lionel weighed in with Mark this week about how the legal system has been weaponized against Donald Trump.



Political commentator and author Ann Coulter joined Mark this week, and discussed why we need to call migrants what she says they are: illegal immigrants.


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