//  9/13/18  //  Commentary

On this week's episode of Versus Trump, Jason gives a quick update on a case we're watching and then signs off, because, well, in the middle of recording this week's episode, Charlie's power went out. But we'll be back next week with a full show.

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Notes

  • The Sixth Circuit's decison in the case determining whether Trump could be held liable for incitement of violence at a 2016 rally is here.

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