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Ex-Israeli diplomat Daniel Levy: Trump's 'deal of the century' is a 180-page hate letter to Palestinians! (E842)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to ex-Israeli diplomat Daniel Levy about Trump's 'deal of the century.' He discusses why the peace plan is doomed to fail, why it reflects Israeli propaganda, what the deal would mean for Palestinians, Palestinian claims over Jerusalem, Netanyahu's influence, and more!

Next, we speak to Lieutenant Steven Rogers, a member of the Trump 2020 Advisory Board, about the Iowa caucuses chaos, why the Democrats' chaos in Iowa helps Trump, why he thinks Bernie Sanders is more of a threat to the Democratic Party than Donald Trump, and why he thinks no Democrat has a chance against the incumbent.

Finally, we speak to Ajamu Baraka, the Green Party's 2016 vice-presidential candidate, about alleged DNC dirty tricks against Bernie Sanders, including irregularities at the Iowa caucuses and media attacks, why the Democratic and Republican parties have very little difference in foreign policy, the similarities between Joe Biden's, Pete Buttigieg's and Donald Trump's economic message, and more!


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