WOR Week in Review

Len Berman & Michael Riedel in the Morning:

New Hampshire prepares for its turn on the stage as host of the first primary of the 2024 campaign on Tuesday. A Boston Globe poll released Thursday says that Donald Trump has a commanding 50% of the vote in New Hampshire; coming on the heels of his landslide victory in the Iowa Caucus, that would just about force Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley to throw in the towel on their Presidential aspirations. WOR White House correspondent Jon Decker concurs with that poll, and joined Len and Michael on Thursday to discuss it.



And while Donald Trump won the Iowa caucus, media analyst and Fox News contributor Joe Concha spoke with the guys this week about how you might not have realized that if you were watching the mainstream anti-Trump media.



Back here in the City, the fight rages on against congestion pricing, with another lawsuit reportedly being filed against it. Our new street reporter Natalie Migliore spoke with people about it this week.



Mark Simone:

Mark and television writer/producer William DeMeo talked about his hit series “Graves End.” DeMeo said he created the show to revisit the way things used to be in NYC with old-school organized crime and the neighborhood people who took care of each other.



Fan favorite “Vincent from Brooklyn” paid a visit to Mark in the studio this week and surprised Mark by not exactly matching Mark’s mental image of his regular caller.



Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett spoke with Mark about Donald Trump’s Georgia case and the biased DA Fanni Willis. Plus they discussed evidence emerging that Hunter Biden’s “art” has sold for millions to well-connected buyers.


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