PBS NewsHour full episode, April 7, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, Tennessee Republicans expel Democratic lawmakers for violating rules during gun control protests. Iraq’s younger generations find themselves shut out of work and the political process 20 years after the U.S. invasion. Plus, Jonathan Capehart and Gary Abernathy weigh in on the criminal charges against former President Trump and how they could affect his campaign.

News Wrap: Attack in Tel Aviv kills 1, injures 6 others

Kamala Harris meets with expelled Tennessee Democrats

Biden proposes using Title IX to stop trans athlete bans

Incarcerated people face heightened communication costs

Iraq’s younger generations feel shut out from economy

Capehart and Abernathy on Trump’s indictment and his hold on the GOP

A rare look inside the newly renovated CIA museum

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00:00 – Introduction
02:37 – News Wrap
06:31 – Expelled
17:04 – Trans in America
24:23 – Searching for Justice
29:20 – 20 Years Later
38:29 – Capehart and Abernathy
29:25 – Secrets on Display

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