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What to make of the jobs numbers, 40% drop in illegal border crossings, Jon Huntsman, and all you may have missed this week




Former Utah governor and Republican presidential canididate Jon Huntsman looks on with his wife Mary Kaye during a town hall style meeting at the Kendal Retirement Community on October 11, 2011 in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Former Utah governor and Republican presidential canididate Jon Huntsman looks on with his wife Mary Kaye during a town hall style meeting at the Kendal Retirement Community on October 11, 2011 in Hanover, New Hampshire.
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We’re halfway through the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency and a lot has happened.

Larry talks with POLITICO’s breaking news reporter about today’s job numbers, the 40% drop in illegal border crossings, Washington and Hawaii’s challenge to the new Trump EO and Jon Huntsman’s appointment at ambassador to Russia -- all the news you may have missed before heading into the weekend.

Guests: 

Louis Nelson, POLITICO Breaking News Reporter

Neil Irwin, senior economics correspondent for the New York Times; he wrote the article, “Should Trump Get Credit for Good Jobs Numbers?