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Mother of slain California woman accuses Oakland mayor of protecting suspect, an illegal immigrant

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The mother of a 19-year-old California woman who was murdered last month, allegedly by an illegal immigrant, spoke out against the state’s sanctuary policies that she said led to her daughter’s death.

“I feel that she has no concern for the citizens that are already here, who have been born and raised here for generations,” Shauna White told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” when asked about Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, who made headlines in 2018 when she posted a warning that Immigration and Customs Enforcement was “preparing to conduct an operation in the Bay Area, including Oakland.”

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White’s daughter Madisyn was shot in a road rage accident after she got into a fender bender, White explained. The suspect has been identified in court documents as Roberto Martinez, 19, an illegal immigrant living in Hayward, Calif.

“When she got out of the car to take care of it with the insurance, he [Martinez] became aggressive,” White claimed. “He’s well known over there to rob people. … When she didn’t have anything else to offer him, he attacked her. He punched her in her face and continued to hit her.”

White said Madisyn eventually returned to her car and was attempting to film Martinez’s license plate when he allegedly fatally shot her.

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“He let out 10 rounds on my daughter. He killed her,” an emotional White alleged. “He just, he killed her.”

White claimed that Schaaf cares only about “lining her own pockets and her own agenda.”

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Martinez reportedly fled to Mexico following the killing. White claimed that a photo of the suspect that could aid investigators has not been released due to Schaff’s “personal agenda.”

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Twitter thread inspiring middle-aged people to share their ‘big breaks’ goes viral

A viral tweet encouraging middle-aged people to share their “big breaks” online has sparked some rather inspiring stories.

TV writer and producer Melissa Hunter started the thread on Tuesday, tweeting: “At the end of 2020, instead of 30 Under 30 and NextGen lists, please profile middle-aged people who just got their big breaks.”

She added: “I want to read about a mother of 2 who published her first novel, a director who released their first studio feature at 47, THAT’S THE LIST WE WANT.”

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Some responses slammed the concept of a “30 for 30” list, arguing that it snubs those who happen to be older.

“This is the reason people don’t go back to school or change careers or get out of bad relationships, because we are told that everything in life goes downhill after 30,” one person tweeted. “After 30 you’ve lived life, made some decisions, had time to reflect, so you should be at a better place.”

However, most responses came from middle-aged Twitter users who shared their personal success stories after their 30s.

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Twitter users slammed the concept of a “30 for 30 list,” arguing that it snubs those who happen to be older. (Photo: iStock)

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“I’m 41 and my first book comes out next week! The idea that you’ve got five years between 20 and 30 to do everything you’re ever going to do is ridiculous,” tweeted writer Mike Rothschild.

Another person said they served three years in prison for a drug offense and was released at 49. After staying clean, they started an online business.

“Last year I turned 56 and my business broke the $1M sales mark,” they said.

Other inspiring stories came pouring in, like a man who became a trial attorney at 53, and a 65-year-old painter who finally pursued her lifelong dream.

The Twitter thread has taken on a life of its own, with more than 183,000 likes and 29,000 likes.

Many praised the inspirational thread as a reminder to others that, when it comes to pursuing your dreams or doing what you love, age is nothing but a number.

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“I’m a big fan of the idea that your 1st 30 years don’t count. Whatever you’re doing, trying or experiencing, it’s just preparing you for your next 30-50 years,” someone tweeted.

“Obviously choices in your 1st 30 can have long-term consequences. But your life isn’t defined by those early choices,” they added.

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Tom Steyer Qualifies for Democratic Debate With Two Surprising Polls

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With two startling polling results released late Thursday afternoon, the billionaire former hedge fund executive Tom Steyer became the sixth candidate to qualify for next week’s Democratic presidential debate.

Mr. Steyer will join former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., and Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts on the debate stage on Tuesday in Des Moines.

Mere hours earlier on Thursday, the chances of that seemed almost nonexistent: Mr. Steyer needed two more polls showing him with 5 percent support, or two polls of early-voting states showing him at 7 percent, and the qualification deadline was only a day away.

Enter Fox News, which polled voters in Nevada and South Carolina and found Mr. Steyer at 12 percent and 15 percent.

Those are surprising numbers for a candidate who had never before exceeded 5 percent in a debate-qualifying poll, and for now they are outliers, inconsistent with the trends reflected in other surveys. But these are also the first qualifying polls specific to Nevada and South Carolina in almost two months, and significant changes are certainly possible in that amount of time.

CBS News/YouGov polls released this week showed Mr. Steyer at 2 percent in Iowa and 3 percent in New Hampshire, while a Monmouth University poll released Thursday showed him at 4 percent in New Hampshire. But Nevada and South Carolina have a lot more black and Hispanic voters than Iowa and New Hampshire do, which can elevate different candidates.

Mr. Steyer has been spending abundantly in the early-voting states, and if he has in fact surged, money is an obvious factor.

Were it not for Michael R. Bloomberg’s nine-figure media budget, Mr. Steyer would be by far the biggest spender in the 2020 race. He has been a prolific advertiser both nationally — spending $11 million on national cable and $4.2 million on national broadcast — and in the early states, according to Advertising Analytics. He has also spent more than $20 million on Facebook advertising.

In South Carolina, Mr. Steyer has spent about $11.2 million on television, cable and radio ads, accounting for about 65 percent of political advertising in the state’s four major media markets, according to Advertising Analytics. (Mr. Bloomberg is not competing in the first four states.) In Nevada, Mr. Steyer has spent $10.3 million, which is nearly 75 percent of the overall political advertising there.

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Twitter thread inspiring middle-aged people to share their ‘big breaks’ goes viral

A viral tweet encouraging middle-aged people to share their “big breaks” online has sparked some rather inspiring stories.

TV writer and producer Melissa Hunter started the thread on Tuesday, tweeting: “At the end of 2020, instead of 30 Under 30 and NextGen lists, please profile middle-aged people who just got their big breaks.”

She added: “I want to read about a mother of 2 who published her first novel, a director who released their first studio feature at 47, THAT’S THE LIST WE WANT.”

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Some responses slammed the concept of a “30 for 30” list, arguing that it snubs those who happen to be older.

“This is the reason people don’t go back to school or change careers or get out of bad relationships, because we are told that everything in life goes downhill after 30,” one person tweeted. “After 30 you’ve lived life, made some decisions, had time to reflect, so you should be at a better place.”

However, most responses came from middle-aged Twitter users who shared their personal success stories after their 30s.

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Twitter users slammed the concept of a “30 for 30 list,” arguing that it snubs those who happen to be older. (Photo: iStock)

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“I’m 41 and my first book comes out next week! The idea that you’ve got five years between 20 and 30 to do everything you’re ever going to do is ridiculous,” tweeted writer Mike Rothschild.

Another person said they served three years in prison for a drug offense and was released at 49. After staying clean, they started an online business.

“Last year I turned 56 and my business broke the $1M sales mark,” they said.

Other inspiring stories came pouring in, like a man who became a trial attorney at 53, and a 65-year-old painter who finally pursued her lifelong dream.

The Twitter thread has taken on a life of its own, with more than 183,000 likes and 29,000 likes.

Many praised the inspirational thread as a reminder to others that, when it comes to pursuing your dreams or doing what you love, age is nothing but a number.

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“I’m a big fan of the idea that your 1st 30 years don’t count. Whatever you’re doing, trying or experiencing, it’s just preparing you for your next 30-50 years,” someone tweeted.

“Obviously choices in your 1st 30 can have long-term consequences. But your life isn’t defined by those early choices,” they added.

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CNN pushes climate change in report on park removing signs saying glaciers would disappear by 2020

CNN published a report on Wednesday about Glacier National Park removing signs that warned the glaciers would be gone by 2020, but strangely continued to push man-made climate change despite the park’s dire prediction being wrong.

A spokesperson for the Glacier National Park told CNN that the over decade-old signs were placed after the US Geological Survey (USGS) estimated that the existing glaciers at the Montana park would be depleted by 2020 due to climate change projections.

The USGS, however, told the park in 2017 that it was no longer expecting that the glaciers would disappear by the new decade “due to changes in the forecast model” but weren’t removed until now because “tight maintenance budgets” prevented the removal of the signs.

The spokesperson told CNN that the signs would be revised and will instead state, “When they will completely disappear depends on how and when we act. One thing is consistent: the glaciers in the park are shrinking.”

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But as conservative site NewsBusters pointed out, the incorrect forecast didn’t stop CNN from “hyping” climate change in its report.

“Humans are responsible, scientist says,” CNN wrote in a large font in the middle of its report.

The report goes on to cite a 2017 study from USGS and Portland State University that concluded that “some of the ice formations in Montana had lost 85% of their size and the average shrinkage was 39%.”

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The study’s lead scientist warned that “in several decades they will be mostly gone” and that they will “certainly be gone” by the end of the century.

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CNN then points to several other glacier studies from around the world, all showing shrinkage in recent years.

“This is propaganda, not news,” NewsBusters research analyst Joseph Vazquez reacted. “If you’re CNN, you’d just be looking to push one side of the story (the climate alarmist side that is), even when your own reporting undercuts your preferred position.”

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Lara Logan: Mainstream media forgetting Iranians who are celebrating Soleimani’s death

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Fox Nation host Lara Logan said Thursday that the American media is largely failing to cover the swath of the Iranian population that is celebrating the death of terror general Qassem Soleimani in an American drone attack last week.

Logan appeared on “Hannity” to discuss some media outlets’ decision to highlight large public gatherings of mourning throughout Iran. Meanwhile, some hosts have characterized Soleimani as an icon of Iran.

“I mean, he was a terrorist,” Logan said. “Iran has been using terrorism as a tool of statecraft. They have made it part of their foreign policy. And he was the architect of that.”

“What disturbs me most about the coverage is that there are millions of people in Iran who did not mourn Qassem Soleimani’s death,” she added. “So, where was their side of the story?”

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Logan, the host of Fox Nation’s “Lara Logan Has No Agenda,” said she spoke with Iranian opposition leaders who told her the public assemblies of mourning were simply a “siesta for the western media.”

She said it is clear that the media “bought” that purported choreography.

The former “60 Minutes” correspondent added that she was sent several images of Iranians burning pictures of the dead Quds Force leader, and others showing citizens waving pictures of opposition leadership figures.

Logan added that the family members of the hundreds of civilians reportedly murdered by Quds-connected snipers are definitely not mourning the loss of Soleimani.

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“What about those funerals? How much coverage did you see of their funerals?” she asked. “Where is the voice of the Iranian people?”

Logan also criticized media personalities featured in a montage played by host Sean Hannity. The clips included MSNBC host Chris Matthews remarking that Soleimani’s demise would be like the death of “Elvis Presley in our culture,” while CBS News reporter Holly Williams said Iranians saw Soleimani as an “inspirational military leader.”

CNN pundit Fareed Zakaria claimed it is “difficult to convey how revered he [Soleimani] is,” while primetime host Anderson Cooper compared Soleimani to French leader Charles de Gaulle.

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Boeing Employees Mocked F.A.A. in Internal Messages

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Boeing sent Congress more than a hundred pages of documents on Thursday that included internal communications between company employees mocking the Federal Aviation Administration and bragging about getting the regulator to approve the 737 Max with little new training required for pilots.

The most damaging messages included conversations among Boeing pilots and other employees about software issues and other problems with flight simulators for the Max, a plane later involved in two accidents that killed 346 people and threw the company into chaos. The employees appear to discuss instances in which the company concealed such problems from the F.A.A. during the regulator’s certification of the simulators.

“I still haven’t been forgiven by God for the covering up I did last year,” one of the employees says in messages from 2018, apparently in reference to interactions with the regulator.

“Would you put your family on a Max simulator trained aircraft? I wouldn’t,” one employee said to a colleague in another exchange. “No,” the colleague responded.

The messages and their disparaging tone threaten to further complicate Boeing’s tense relationship with the F.A.A. and other regulators as a reputational crisis that has consumed the aerospace giant drags on. Both Boeing and the F.A.A. indicated that the messages released Thursday did not raise new safety concerns, but they echo troubling internal communication among Boeing employees that was previously made public.

The release of the emails and instant messages is the latest embarrassing episode for Boeing in a crisis that has cost the company billions of dollars and wreaked havoc on airlines across the globe. The Max has been grounded for nearly 10 months, following the two deadly crashes. A software system developed for the plane was found to have played a role in both accidents, and since then the company has been working to update the system. There is still no indication when the Max might be cleared to fly again, as the company and regulators continue to discover new potential flaws with the plane.

Several lawmakers expressed dismay at the language used in the messages, saying they reflected a disregard for safety and broader problems with the culture at the company.

Representative Peter DeFazio, a Democrat from Oregon who is leading the House investigation into the development of the 737 Max, called the emails “incredibly damning” in a statement. He added: “They paint a deeply disturbing picture of the lengths Boeing was apparently willing to go to in order to evade scrutiny from regulators, flight crews and the flying public, even as its own employees were sounding alarms internally.”

Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, said in an interview that he would push for new congressional hearings to question Boeing leadership about the “astonishing and appalling” messages.

Boeing expressed regret. “These communications contain provocative language, and, in certain instances, raise questions about Boeing’s interactions with the F.A.A. in connection with the simulator qualification process,” the company said in a statement to Congress. “Having carefully reviewed the issue, we are confident that all of Boeing’s Max simulators are functioning effectively.”

“We regret the content of these communications, and apologize to the F.A.A., Congress, our airline customers and to the flying public for them,” Boeing added. “The language used in these communications, and some of the sentiments they express, are inconsistent with Boeing values, and the company is taking appropriate action in response. This will ultimately include disciplinary or other personnel action, once the necessary reviews are completed.”

Boeing said that it notified the F.A.A. about the documents in December and that it had “not found any instances of misrepresentations to the F.A.A. with its simulator qualification activities,” despite the employee’s comment about “covering up” issues with the simulator.

Lynn Lunsford, a spokesman for the F.A.A., said in a statement that the messages did not reveal any new safety risks.

“Upon reviewing the records for the specific simulator mentioned in the documents, the agency determined that piece of equipment has been evaluated and qualified three times in the last six months,” Mr. Lunsford said. “Any potential safety deficiencies identified in the documents have been addressed.”

Mr. Lunsford added that, “while the tone and content of some of the language contained in the documents is disappointing, the F.A.A. remains focused on following a thorough process for returning the Boeing 737 Max to passenger service.”

The tense relationship between Boeing and the F.A.A. has been a complicating factor for the company as it works to persuade international regulators that the Max is ready to fly. Last month, Boeing fired its chief executive, Dennis A. Muilenburg, whose optimistic projections about the plane’s return to service created a rift with the regulator.

Stephen Dickson, the new chief of the F.A.A., has struck a more assertive tone in public comments about the Max, urging his employees to ignore outside pressure to quickly lift the plane’s grounding and telling Boeing that there is no set timetable for the Max to return.

In a meeting with Mr. Muilenburg last month, Mr. Dickson told the company not to make any requests of the regulator and to instead focus on completing the paperwork necessary for regulators to evaluate the update.

The Max is the latest update to Boeing’s 737, which has been flying since the 1960s. By making the plane similar to the 737’s existing NG model, Boeing was able to persuade regulators that pilots did not need to train on simulators. It was a particular selling point for Boeing, which faced significant competitive pressure from its chief European rival, Airbus.

Requiring simulator training can be costly for airlines and even after the crashes, Boeing told the F.A.A. it was not necessary. It was not until Tuesday that Boeing said it would recommend simulator training for pilots who fly the Max.

Last year, Boeing disclosed internal messages from 2016, in which a top pilot working on the plane told a colleague that he was experiencing trouble controlling the Max in a flight simulator and believed that he had misled the F.A.A.

“I basically lied to the regulators (unknowingly),” said one of the pilots, Mark Forkner, to his colleague Patrik Gustavsson.

Boeing did not inform the F.A.A. about the messages when the company first discovered them, waiting until about two weeks before Mr. Muilenburg was set to testify in front of Congress to send them to lawmakers. The conversation, which took place before the Max was approved to fly, angered key F.A.A. officials, who felt misled by the company, according to three people familiar with the matter.

After the congressional hearings, Boeing moved Mr. Gustavsson out of his role working on the certification of new planes.

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Trey Gowdy on impeachment: ‘There is no mathematical way’ Trump will be convicted and Democrats know it

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Former congressman Trey Gowdy said on “Hannity” Thursday that there is no way President Trump will be convicted by the Senate and removed from office following his impeachment trial and claimed that Democrats’ real objective is to “neuter” the president in a potential second term.

“There is no mathematical way he’s ever going to be convicted and they know that,” Gowdy said. “So their goal cannot be to remove Donald Trump from office. It is to neuter his second term.”

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told Republican senators Thursday that he expects House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to transmit the articles of impeachment against to the upper chamber as soon as Friday, meaning a trial could begin early next week.

Pelosi is facing rising pressure to transmit the articles of impeachment, with members of her own party signaling that they are losing patience with her delay.

Gowdy believes the Democrats’ strategy is to target vulnerable Republican senators with their impeachment vote during the election.

“If Trump wins and he doesn’t have the Senate, then he’s not going to get any judicial vacancies filled. He’s not going to replace a Supreme Court justice if he or she retires. He’s not going to get the foreign policy he wants. He’s not going to get the cabinet he wants,” Gowdy said. “So I never thought this was about removing Donald Trump because they’re not going to do it.”

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Gowdy also stated his belief that the Senate Republican leadership has not been deterred by Pelosi holding the impeachment articles and does not feel compelled to call witnesses.

“The good news is the senators that I talk to on a regular basis under the leadership of Mitch McConnell are not falling for Nancy Pelosi’s trick,” Gowdy said. “She can send them and they’ll do what they want, but they are not moved by this three-week pause that she’s engaged in.”

Fox News’ Mike Emmanuel and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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Hannity warns GOP senators: Don’t give credibility to ‘repulsive, corrupt political stunt’ of impeachment

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Sean Hannity warned GOP senators against “lending credibility” to the Democrats’ impeachment efforts Thursday after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., revealed the trial of President Trump could begin as early as next week.

“Let me address all of you in the U.S. Senate tonight, all of you Republican senators,” Hannity said Thursday on his program. “You do not and should not ever lend any credibility to this despicable corrupt [Rep. Adam] Schiff show. Do not do it. All you are doing is hurting the American people in the process,” he added.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is facing rising pressure to transmit the articles of impeachment against Trump to the Senate, as members of her own party signal they are losing patience with her delay tactics.

PRESSURE MOUNTS ON PELOSI TO TRANSMIT IMPEACHMENT ARTICLES, AS DEMS LOSE PATIENCE

As the country gears up for the next step in the impeachment process, Hannity cautioned GOP senators against getting caught up in the investigation of the president, urging them to sit back and “let the Democrats present their case.”

“Let them do it, you don’t be a part of it,” Hannity said. “The Democrats impeached the president. Your job is to run the trial, of course with the [Supreme Court] chief justice presiding. Let them present their case. They impeached him. Let them tell you why. Constitutionally, they impeach and they present their case to you.”

“Make them show you why they impeached Donald J. Trump,” the host continued. “It is not your job, Republican senators, or your constitutional role to redo their sick, twisted corrupt investigation with no due process.”

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“It is not your job to fix their screw up,” Hannity went on. “You Republican senators are weak and timid, if you give credibility to this repulsive, corrupt political stunt, you are as guilty as Schiff, [Rep. Jerrold] Nadler and speaker in name only Pelosi.”

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“They impeached, let them show you why. When they fail spectacularly… this will end the madness. In other words, Republican senators, stand up for the United States Constitution. That is your job.”

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‘Saved by the Bell’ star Mark-Paul Gosselaar reprising role in series reboot: report

A deal that brings Mark-Paul Gosselaar back to a reassembledSaved by the Bell” cast has been finalized, and the next step in the revival process is currently in motion to land former star Tiffani Thiessen, according to a new report.

Per The Hollywood Reporter (THR), the “Mixed-ish” star closed a deal with Peacock, the upcoming streaming service from NBC, on Thursday to return to the series for its “Saved by the Bell” revival that will see Zack Morris in all his preppy glory as the now-governor of California, who navigates an onslaught of criticism for closing too many low-income high schools and offering to funnel the embattled students to other better-performing schools — which will obviously include Bayside High.

Insiders familiar with the deal told THR that the former “Franklin and Bash” star will appear in no more than three episodes of the beloved single-camera series and also will serve in an executive producer capacity.

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar in publicity portrait for the television series ‘Saved By The Bell: The College Years’, Circa 1993. (Photo by NBC/Getty Images)

Additionally, the outlet reported that producers from Universal Television are also in talks with former series standout Thiessen, who played the role of Kelly, to return, as well.

According to THR, Gosselaar’s chances of appearing in more than the slated three episodes is currently limited due to his starring role on ABC’s “Mixed-ish,” which is produced by a separate studio. The industry standard for series regulars to make appearances on other programs is capped at the three episodes Gosselaar will reportedly appear in, the outlet said.

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In August 2019, Gosselaar told reporters during the ABC portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour that he had been trying to “crack the nut” in a “Saved” reboot for “a while.”

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar arrives at ABC’s TCA Summer Press Tour Carpet Event on August 5, 2019 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)

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“We’re still trying to figure that out. Actually, I’ve heard that there possibly might be a reboot in the works over at Universal, so there’s always rumors,” Gosselaar said. “We hear these rumors, but they’re talking about them. I’d love to know because we’ve been trying to crack that nut for a while.”

Original star Mario Lopez teased in September 2019 that his character, A.C. Slater, and his iconic mullet may also return in the rebooted series, which initially made its debut on Aug. 20, 1989, on the peacock network.

Elizabeth Berkley, who starred as Jessie Spano, has also signed on to reprise her role in the ’90s comedy.

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A rep for Gosselaar did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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