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  • Anya Parampil breaks down the explosive report published by Reuters revealing Johnson & Johnson knowingly covered up facts that its talcum powder sometimes contains carcinogenic asbestos. Later, Manila Chan talks to host of America’s Lawyer, Mike Papantonio, about his experience handling several lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.

      

  • Manila Chan reports on the French Prime Minister, Eduoard Philippe, owning up to mistakes made by the Macron Government, which led to weeks of ‘Yellow Vest’ demonstrations and riots. Manila talks to investigative journalist, Ben Swann, about what prompted the ‘Yellow Vest’ movement and concessions made by Macron since it launched.

      

  • Peter Oliver reports on the BBC’s hunt to connect France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ protest to Russia. Then Manila Chan talks to former UK Member of Parliament, George Galloway, about the BBC’s journalistic angle and why mainstream media is convinced that all people’s movements must be secretly organized by the Kremlin.

      

  • Why 4,400yo Egyptian mummy is so well preserved

Archeologists in Egypt recently discovered a private tomb of a high priest from the Fifth Dynasty. The burial chamber in Saqqara dates back almost 4,400 years and is in near-pristine condition. The discovery could provide more insight into ancient Egypt. RT America’s Rachel Blevins joins Rick Sanchez with the details.

      

  • Real reason for arrest of Huawei CFO 

A US-led “intelligence sharing alliance” known as “Five Eyes” have been working behind the scenes to contain Huawei in the interest of stunting China’s technological development and breaking their lead in wireless communication technology. Revelations concerning the “Five Eyes” operation against the Chinese telecommunications industry puts the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in a new light. RT America’s Michelle Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.

      

  • Rick Sanchez: Where's Bernie? Sanders treated like crap

Judging by the establishment media’s coverage of Democratic primary hopefuls, you’d think that Sen. Bernie Sanders is off everyone’s radar and that Kamala Harris isn’t close to last place in the polls. But Kamala Harris is front and center – an indication that the same corporate elite that chose Hillary Clinton in advance to “win” the Democratic primary in 2016 have already chosen Kamala Harris for the role this time around? Rick Sanchez explains. Then Lionel of Lionel Media joins to discuss.

      

  • Inside Elon Musk’s LA Hyperloop tunnel

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Space X, is also founder of “the Boring Company.” Founded in 2016, its goal is to use rocket technology to build tunnels under Los Angeles to mitigate the city’s terrible traffic. They expect to debut their test tunnel on December 18th. If successful, the project may evolve into a planned “hyperloop tunnel,” a 150 mph subway. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has the story.

      

  • Rick Sanchez suggests Prada Blackface is marketing stunt

Italian designer brand Prada is pulling a collection of products in the face of accusations that the products invoke “blackface” imagery. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the details. Then former Georgia state Rep. LaDawn Jones and conservative commentator Steve Malzberg join Rick Sanchez to weigh in.

      

  • Both parties lose when healthcare is a political weapon

On Friday a federal judge in Texas ruled that the entire affordable care act was unconstitutional. President Trump called the decision “great for America,” while President Obama took to Facebook to remind us that Republicans will always try to revoke healthcare. Scottie Nell Hughes is sick of politicians who treat healthcare policy as a partisan weapon instead of using it to bring health coverage to people.

      

  • Will Trump dismantle WTO? 

Members of the World Trade Organization met in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss the future of US trade policy. China and the EU accused the US of putting the WTO at risk through protectionist policies. Japan, Switzerland and Canada also accused Washington of unfair practices. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports. Then former USTR official Steve Gill joins to share his insights.

      

  • Trump taps Mulvaney for interim Chief of Staff 

Not long after Mick Mulvaney was selected as interim Chief of Staff for the Trump administration, video surfaced of him calling the president a “terrible human being.” Radio host Robert Patillo and conservative commentator Steve Malzberg join News.Views.Hughes to discuss Mulvaney’s prospects for success in the role, the fate of Gen. Michael Flynn and other challenges faced by Trump’s embattled presidency.

      

  • Did Russians use ‘computational propaganda’ against US voters? 

Two new reports commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee make bold claims about a Russian effort to use social media to bolster Trump’s run for president. RT America’s Dan Cohen reports. Then legal and media analyst Lionel of Lionel Media joins to weigh in.

      

Anya Parampil breaks down the explosive report published by Reuters revealing Johnson & Johnson knowingly covered up facts that its talcum powder sometimes contains carcinogenic asbestos. Later, Manila Chan talks to host of America’s Lawyer, Mike Papantonio, about his experience handling several lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.

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