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Trump WAGING WAR on Mexican drug cartels

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins discuss how the US Chamber of Commerce, which has historically funded Republicans, is now funneling money to centrist Democrats who hope to preserve the relationship between Wall Street and Capitol Hill. Also, President Trump has promised to allocate $600 million worth of surplus military equipment to police departments nationwide, further militarizing our law enforcement agencies. Plus, the controversial Keystone Pipeline has leaked over 383,000 gallons of crude oil in North Dakota, fueling opposition to pipeline expansions.

Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos files a report on how the popular messaging service WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook are filing suit against an Israeli surveillance firm called the NSO Group for planting spyware to monitor journalists and government officials using WhatsApp, among other platforms.

Finally, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses the gruesome killing of nine Americans in Mexico who were part of a Mormon community. The massacre has been linked to Mexican drug cartels, prompting Trump to push for even stricter immigration policies and to offer Mexico assistance in a “war” on the cartels.

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