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FULL SHOW: Maduro puts US on blast for increasing pressure on Venezuela

During one of the high-level United Nations General Assembly meetings this week, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro slammed the United States for its latest move to increase pressure on the Latin American country and its allies. RT America’s Rachel Blevins has more.

Protests and outrage continue across the US after none of the police officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor were charged directly with killing her. Overnight in Louisville, Kentucky, two officers were shot during the height of the protests.

They are said to be recovering and a suspect has been arrested. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is now deploying the National Guard. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has more. Then community organizer and Sr. Minister at Plymouth Congressional United Church of Christ Reverend Graylan Scott Hagler and investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann weigh in.

The Banco Central de Venezuela is locking horns with the Bank of England in court this week over a billion dollars’ worth of gold held in the Bank of England’s underground vaults. BCV is arguing for the gold’s return after the Bank of England seized it. Meanwhile, Venezuela is seeking to stave off the coronavirus and stabilize their economy, which has been devastated by US-imposed sanctions. Former UK MP George Galloway shares his perspective.

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