WOR Week in Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis talked with Len and Michael this week about the migrant crisis. She says that the City is harboring criminals within the migrant population, and that the Mayor does not need to keep accepting thousands of migrants every week.



Target has decided to shutter a store that opened to great fanfare in East Harlem in 2010, citing rising crime and the safety of its employees and shoppers as reasons for the closure. Former Nassau County Executive Laura Curran is among the people saddened by the move, and spoke with the guys about her theory on why the closures shouldn’t even have been necessary.



The early fall days used to mean it was time to get your flu shot; now it means getting your Covid booster, too. But a lot of people aren’t rolling up their sleeves for the fifth version of the shot, certainly not as many as were anticipated. Dr. Arthur Caplan, professor of bioethics at NYU Langone Medical Center, talked with the guys this week, and pointed the finger at a familiar target of confusion and ineptitude -- Washington.



Mark Simone:

Journalist Liz Peek spoke with Mark about this week’s Republican debate, saying that none of the candidates that participated did anything to move the needle away from Donald Trump.



Hunter Biden made the baffling choice this week to sue Rudy Giuliani for hacking into his laptop. Boston radio host Howie Carr joined Mark to talk about it.



Streaming host Bill O’Reilly spoke with Mark about the latest entry in his best-selling book series, “Killing the Witches,” which came out this week. They also discussed what the Democrats will do should President Biden drop out of the 2024 race.


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