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And, finally, Diane shares her thoughts on President Trump and the national gun debate.
- Jonah Goldberg Senior editor, National Review; host of the podcast "The Remnant"
- Mark Brownlow Producer, BBC America’s Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
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