WOR Week In Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

For two weeks, escaped convict Danelo Cavalcante hid out in the Pennsylvania woods before police finally caught him without incident Wednesday morning. Now the questions begin as to how he successfully eluded hundreds of cops for that long, and what it took to find him. ABC crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett followed the story from the day Cavalcante crab-walked up two walls at the Chester County jail on August 31st, and talked with Len and Michael about it this week.



After Aaron Rodgers’ season-ending injury this week in his first game with the New York Jets, many are calling for the removal of all artificial turf on NFL fields. Sportswriter Gary Meyers, former NFL columnist for the New York Daily News, weighed in with the guys this week.



And just what makes President Biden the gaffe machine he is? WOR White House correspondent Jon Decker weighed in with the guys on what he experiences when attending White House press conferences.



Mark Simone:

Economist Steve Moore spoke with Mark this week about the financial difficulties the Democrats have gotten our country into, with inflation continuing to rise and hurting the middle class particularly.



Mark and streaming host Lionel touched on a number of topics this week, including the migrant crisis in New York City as well as the capture of Danelo Cavalcante in Philadelphia on Wednesday.



What made Elon Musk pay so much for Twitter (now X)? Fox Business Contributor Charlie Gasparino weighed in with Mark to discuss what he SHOULD have paid for the platform.


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