FULL SHOW: Armenian General Staff demands that PM, entire gov’t resign
A standoff between opponents and supporters of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan continues in the capital Yerevan. Armenia’s General Staff is demanding Pashinyan’s immediate resignation as the military accuses him of being unable to make “sound decisions in times of crisis.” Karen Avetisyan, Armenia correspondent for Sputnik, has the latest on the scene.
After more than two years since the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a US intelligence report detailing the death of the Washington Post columnist is set to be released. The explosive document allegedly discusses a high-ranking Saudi royal’s role in the brutal killing, an issue that could strain relations between longtime allies Saudi Arabia and the United States. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich has the story.
Then former UK MP and personal friend of the slain journalist George Galloway shares his perspective.
On Inauguration Day, President Biden signed a slew of executive orders, including one preventing discrimination on the basis of gender identity. This new order aims to be inclusive of those in the trans community and bars any school who receives federal funding from segregating transgender athletes from participating on teams corresponding to the gender with which they identify. Clinical psychologist and university professor Dr. Norman Fried joins In Question to discuss.