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Schaftlein Report | Trump Still Dominates as Haley Surges?

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Headline – Trump still Dominates as Haley Surges?

AirDate: November 30, 2023

1) Is the Haley surge in the polls real. Koch money rolls in.

1A) DeSantis goes all in on Iowa visiting all 99 counties. Debates Newsome on Fox tonight

1B) Trump still far ahead in all of the early states + he leads Biden by 4 in latest polls.

1C) Biden refers to Trump as a Congressman? Wheel him out folks.

2) Is the U.S. applying pressure to Israel for extended cease fire which is now in 7th day? Yes.

2A) 3 Israeli’s murdered in Jerusalem and 2 attackers are killed.

2B) Hundreds of Pro-Palestinian protestors swarm NYC Christmas Tree. Insane NYC police forced to battle demonstrators.

2C) Biden apologizes to Muslim leaders for his early negative tone toward Palestinians death toll, despite the fact that Hamas murdered 1,200 people..

3) Home prices rise for 7th straight month. Record high prices in much of the country.
Pending sales drop to 2001 levels as more supply of homes greater than $750K hit the market as rates drop from 8% to 7%.

4) Henry Kissinger – A diplomat for the ages. We’ll discuss his accomplishments and career.




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Mark Schaftlein

Mark Schaftlein is a conservative political commentator on the International stage through VietnewsTV and host of The Schaftlein Report, a televised political talk show which seeks to address factual political news without the left-wing bias of the mainstream media.

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