White House applauds Spotify's Joe Rogan 'disclaimer,' says more is needed (Full show)
The Joe Rogan scandal regarding alleged misinformation on Spotify has made it all the way to the White House, which told reporters that tech giants like the streaming platform need to "do more" to be vigilant and "promote correct information." RT producer Enrique Rivera has the story. Then RT America's Tyrel Ventura shares his insights of the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan's podcast and his contract with Spotify and the First Amendment issues at stake.
President Zoran Milanović of Croatia, a member of NATO, has spoken out against the bellicosity of the US and the UK in recent remarks urging rapprochement with Russia and pointing out that continued peace and collective security in Europe is impossible without Russia's involvement.
Plus, Jeff Zucker has resigned his position as president of CNN Worldwide over failure to disclose his romantic affair with a close colleague, Allison Gallust, the network's executive vice president. Political commentator Ted Rall shares his analysis. He says that "no one knows what CNN is trying to be" and they need to "return to their roots."