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18 Jan, 2021 21:28

FULL SHOW: Russian opposition leader Navalny arrested for parole violation

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was arrested after landing in Moscow for violating his parole. RT’s Saskia Taylor has the story. More than 20,000 National Guard troops are on standby, preparing for this Wednesday’s inauguration. RT America’s John Huddy reports from Washington, DC. Several statehouses are bracing for possible violence as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris prepare to be sworn into office on Wednesday. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports. Amid all the chaos in Washington, America’s health secretary Alex Azar is resigning from President Trump’s cabinet. He is the latest in a long list of cabinet members to call it quits just days before Trump leaves office. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports. Joe Biden is expected to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States in a much more scaled down manner from past inaugurations. This, as impeachment trials are ongoing for the current President and the Coronavirus is still wreaking havoc on a very divided country. Does this mean a President Biden’s agenda will be less aggressive than Presidents of the past? Scottie Nell Hughes, host of News Views Hughes discusses.