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3 Mar, 2020 21:18

US imposes ‘cap’ on Chinese media employees

After MSNBC’s “Hardball” host Chris Matthews came under fire for comments about women and for comparing presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to the Nazis, he announced his retirement on his final show Monday night. RT America’s John Huddy has the details. The US Department of State has framed a new restriction on Chinese nationals working for state-backed media within the US as a "personnel cap.” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls it “reciprocity.” This comes on the heels of China expelling three Wall Street Journal journalists. Titus Nichols, media strategist and University of Georgia professor, shares his perspective.