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Political Rewind: Giuliani’s New York Fallout Doesn’t Halt His Georgia Fixation
Friday on Political Rewind: Vice President Kamala Harris visits the Mexican border for the first time today. She’s been criticized by Republicans and Democrats for failing to take the leadership role President Joe Biden assigned her to find solutions for dealing with the surge of immigrants looking to enter the United States. Our panel looks at what to expect as she visits the border.
Plus, a superior court judge has ruled that a deep inspection of Fulton County’s 2020 absentee ballots won’t be granted. The judge was responding to a lawsuit claiming that an audit could turn up massive fraud.
Meanwhile, the New York Appellate Court that suspended Trump lawyer Rudolph Giuliani’s license to practice law in New York State cited his conduct in challenging the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.
Mariela Romero – Community empowerment director, Univision
Charles Kuck – Immigration attorney
Riley Bunch – GPB reporter
Patricia Murphy – Political reporter and columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution