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The economy starts to reopen, USA caught spying again

Bar and Restaurant owners are looking to get back to businesses as restrictions ease across the United States. But some argue there’s been more help for the largest corporations than for small shops on Main Street. Meanwhile, the United States has been caught spying once again and on an ally no less. It’s a reminder of the crucial info Edward Snowden first leaked to the public during the Obama administration.

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 Bar Rescue Host Jon Taffer (on Dennis Miller +One) 0:58

Segment 2: Ben Swann interviews Octavio Marenzi and Michael Pento (on Boom Bust) 03:43

Segment 3: Mike Papantonio interviews Attorney Jonathan Rapping (on America’s Lawyer) 06:55

Segment 4 : Ameshia Cross interviews Robert Patillo, Allen Orr, and Melik Abdul (on Watching The Hawks) 10:20

Segment 5: Chris Hedges interviews international law professor Richard Falk (on On Contact) 14:13

Segment 6: Manila Chan interviews former UKMP George Galloway and Afshin Rattansi (on In Question) 17:09

Segment 7: Jesse Ventura interviews Richard Vevers (on World According to Jesse) 20:54

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