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The Self-Made Doge-Father

Elon Musk’s tweets about cryptocurrency have sent prices on a rollercoaster after the Tesla CEO said you will not be able to buy his company’s cars with bitcoin. However, that didn’t stop Musk from showing his enthusiasm for Dogecoin which has skyrocketed thanks to its growth as a meme. Meanwhile more Americans are shedding their masks thanks to new CDC guidelines. Finally, the U.S. Involvement in the middle east continues as the Biden administration signs off on another massive weapons deal as Israel and Palestine clash.

This week’s episode of Just Press Play features these stories and the best from this week on RT America.

This episode’s Just Press Play-list:

Segment 1: Dennis Miller Interviews Singer-Songwriter Linda Perry (on Dennis Miller +One) 1:11

Segment 2: Ameshia Cross interviews Dr. Bob Arnot (on Watching The Hawks) 4:14

Segment 3: Farron Cousins interviews RT Correspondent Brigida Santos (on America’s Lawyer) 7:35

Segment 4 : Rachel Blevins interviews Christy Ai (on Boom Bust) 10:56

Segment 5: Manila Chan interviews former congressman Ron Paul (on In Question) 14:55

Segment 6: Jesse Ventura interviews Ajamu Baraka (on World According to Jesse) 18:20

Segment 7: Chris Hedges interviews historian Mitchell Plitnick (on On Contact) 21:39

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