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7 Oct, 2016 07:04

Even Wall Street fears a President Trump

Thom discusses Wall Street’s wariness about a President Trump with the Center for Economic and Policy Research’s Mark Weisbrot, how Yahoo secretly monitored emails on behalf of the US government with the District Sentinel’s Sam Sacks, how the Fukushima nuclear disaster has now contaminated most of the Pacific Ocean with Beyond Nuclear’s Kevin Kamps and, in tonight’s Daily Take, Thom details how climate change is to blame for the severity of Hurricane Matthew.

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