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Episode 1205

In this episode of the Keiser Report from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Max and Stacy discuss Trump blocking Broadcom’s $117 billion bid for Qualcomm on ‘national security’ grounds, and what a similarly protective measure could do for Puerto Rico’s dilapidated electric grid. Perhaps a future grid, rebuilt by entrepreneurs, would see a more hurricane-resistant system relying on microgrids and mesh networks for secure and stable delivery? In the second half, Max interviews cryptocurrency investor turned Puerto Rican resident, Michael Terpin of CoinAgenda.com, about Acts 20/22 and what, besides the zero percent federal tax rate, is driving crypto-topia in the Caribbean.

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