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Trafficking victim Cyntoia Brown released from prison

After serving 15 years behind bars, Cyntoia Brown is a free woman today. Brown was sent to prison for life at 16, for killing a 43-year-old man who she said was trafficking her. RT America’s Ashlee Banks has been following this case. US President Donald Trump is visiting the cities devastated by last weekend's mass shootings. Meanwhile, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke has begun a new Twitter war with Trump. Another Democratic presidential candidate, Joaquin Castro, has unleashed a detailed list of conservative donors to the media. Today’s panel to discuss the latest includes attorney Reese Everson and conservative commentator Steve Malzberg. Plus, China is trying to boost its gold reserves amid its feud with the United States. But China's currency, the yuan, weakened again today after some signs of stability in markets worldwide. Ann Lee, New York University professor and author of "What the US Can Learn from China,” breaks it down.

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