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Selective Memory After The Death Of H. W. Bush & Cuba Goes Online

Natasha Sweatte reports on the selective memory of the mainstream media following the passing of America’s 41st president, George Herbert Walker Bush. Natasha Sweatte talks to investigative journalist Ben Swann and former Colorado State Senator, Ted Harvey, who chairs the ‘Committee to Defend the President’ about Brush Senior’s past and whether or not it is too soon to talk about his shortcomings. Later, Dan Cohen reports on the latest internet reform access in Cuba of expanding access for the entire island nation. Finally, Natasha Sweatte talks to RT Correspondent Cale Homes about the barriers and dangers Cuba faces as well as the breakthroughs and progress the country has achieved in the field of technology.