The “Trump Will Be Indicted Next Tuesday” Edition
Trump announces his impending arrest; promise or peril from ChatGPT; and unrest in France.
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This week, David Plotz, John Dickerson, and Emily Bazelon discuss Trump’s announcement he expects to be arrested; what ChatGPT means for the world; and interview Rachel Donadio, contributing writer for The Atlantic, about the unrest in France.
Here are some notes and references from this week’s show:
Rachel Donadio for The New York Times: “Macron May Keep the Presidency, But Le Pen Has Already Won”
Annie Gowen for The Washington Post: “Iowa’s Sharp Right Turn: From Centrist State To ‘Florida Of The North’”
Here are this week’s chatters:
John: Imprint app
Emily: Madame Restell: The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Old New York’s Most Fabulous, Fearless, and Infamous Abortionist, by Jennifer Wright; The Atlantic’s podcast Holy Week: The Story of A Revolution Undone (Host Vann R. Newkirk II, Senior Producer Jocelyn Frank)
David: Blue Collar Cats; Andrea Sachs for The Washington Post: “‘These Are Working Cats’: Meet The Feral D.C. Felines Tasked With Hunting Rodents”
Listener chatter from Alexandra Phelps: Kavitha Surana for ProPublica: “Doctors Warned Her Pregnancy Could Kill Her. Then Tennessee Outlawed Abortion.”
For this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment David, John, and Emily discuss how Iowa became so conservative.
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Podcast production by Cheyna Roth.
Research by Bridgette Dunlap and Julie Huygen.