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–On the Show:

–Joel Whitney, author and Co-Founder of Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics, joins David to discuss his book “Finks: How The CIA Tricked The World’s Best Writers”

–Confirmation hearings are underway for Donald Trump’s cabinet picks starting with Jeff Sessions for Attorney General and John Kelly for Department of Homeland Security

–Donald Trump brags about the car manufacturer Fiat announcing it will spend $1 billion to expand plants in Ohio and Michigan and create 2,000 new jobs in the United States

–This week’s top images from David’s Instagram account

–The David Pakman Show Indiegogo campaign continues, now with two contributors tied for the top spot at $500 a piece

–Due to Japan’s extensive regulations on firearms, the nation has experienced far fewer gun deaths than the United States with 6 fatalities compared to 33,599 in the US in 2014

–Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is being considered for a spot in Donald Trump’s cabinet despite receiving an improper $25,000 contribution to a pro-Bondi SuperPAC from the Trump Foundation

–Days before becoming the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump gets into a Twitter spat with actress Meryl Streep over her speech at the Golden Globes where she criticized Trump for mocking disabled reporter Serge Kovaleski

–Voicemail finds a silver lining in the election of Donald Trump

–On the Bonus Show: A stock market app warns users when Trump tweets about a company, virtual reality might make people more empathetic, backpage.com shuts down adult service ads and much more…

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