In this episode, we delve into the exciting events that unfolded on Friday afternoon when the U.S. fighter jets shot down a mysterious object about the size of a car that was detected about 40,000 feet over Alaska. The White House is describing it as a "high-altitude object," but it's not yet clear what it was. This is the second time in a week that dramatic action has been taken to shoot down something deemed to be a threat over the skies of America. We will explore the mystery surrounding the object and hear from John Kirby, a spokesman for the White House National Security Council, who spoke to reporters about the incident. We will also touch upon the order given by President Biden to shoot the object down and the involvement of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Join us as we dive into this exciting story and unravel the mystery.

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