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Podcast: Politics with Parker

Perry Mellone

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Discussing President Trump's decision on Dec. 6 to recognize the city of Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel, junior Dena Assad, who is of Palestinian descent, senior Parker Butler and sophomore Roy Nitzan, who is of Jewish and Israeli descent.Dena Assad, who is of Palestinian descent, record this week's episode of "Politics with Parker."

By Parker Butler, Liberty High School

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In this weekly podcast, WTV Staff Reporter Parker Butler provides his takes on politics. This week he discusses President Trump’s decision to recognize the city of Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel with junior Dena Assad, who is of Palestinian descent, and sophomore Roy Nitzan, who is of Jewish and Israeli descent.

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