Today's guests: 6 a.m. - Dan Gainor of the Media Reserach Center shares his disbelief at the worsening anti-Trump bias in mainstream media reporting.  Kevin Miller reports on the president's trip to Dayton, Ohio and El Pasa, Texas.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners who respond to the media reports covering the president. ; 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland reports a new U.S. ambassador will be needed in Russia.  Kevin Miller reports on a strange story involving the First Amendment.  A religious activist in Iowa has pleaded guilty to burning LGBTQ books he checked out from a local library. Last October, 63-year-old Paul Door posted a Facebook Live video where he sets four library books ablaze.  He claims he did it to "protect the children of Orange City" and "exercise my freedom of speech and the freedom of my biblical faith". A judge found Door guilty of fifth-degree criminal mischief and fined him a total of $157.75. Should Dorr face a stiffer punishment than just a fine?  Is it "free speech" to burn a book that belongs to the library?  ; 7 a.m. - Former CIA agent, now film maker Dan Gabriel discusses the latest developments in the Middle East ; 7:35 a.m. - Live from London, Fox News' Simon Owen says trouble is brewing in Turkey ; 8 a.m. - Political analyst Josh Bernstein opines on the 2020 presidential race ; 8:35 a.m. - Also from Fox News, Jon Decker reports live from the White House.
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