For the holiday weekend – a couple of in-depth interviews. First John speaks with Nathan Thrall who is an American author, essayist, and journalist based in Jerusalem. They discuss his new book “A Day in the Life of Abed Salama: Anatomy of a Jerusalem Tragedy” which is an intimate story of a deadly accident outside Jerusalem that unravels a tangle of lives, loves, and histories over the course of one revealing, heartbreaking day. Then, Jay in Washington D.C. calls to talk about the plight of the Palestinians. Next, John and Rhonda Hansome chat with Mitch at Kent State about how Trump is a professional victim and Stephen in Kentucky about the creepiness of Trump’s little Johnson. And finally, he interviews former Alabama Senator Doug Jones. They discuss Joe Manchin and the No Labels party, the successes of Joe Biden, and the stupidity of Tommy Tuberville blocking hundreds of military promotions.