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9 Nov, 2018 00:15

News. Views. Hughes - November 08, 2018 (17:00 ET)

US will use anti-Russia hysteria to justify its military spending – analyst

Washington’s military budget has increased drastically over the years. Despite a change of power in the House of Representatives, spending could stay on the same course. RT America’s Ashlee Banks reports. Then, professor and author Jeremy Kuzmarov joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his expertise.

Will Trump’s Cabinet Shakeup End the Mueller Probe? 

Democratic strategist Anthony Tall and Republican strategist Chris Neiweem join Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the politics of AG Jeff Sessions’s stepping down, Matt Whitaker’s elevation to the position of acting attorney general, and how it will all impact the Mueller investigation. 

Welcome, Jim Acosta, to this Island of Solitude – Scottie Nell Hughes

The Trump administration has revoked Jim Acosta’s hard pass to the White House grounds, claiming that he placed his hands on a female White House intern as she tried to take the microphone from him. CNN called the accusations unfounded and called Acosta’s ban “a threat to our democracy.” Much of establishment media rallied around them – but where were they when RT America was denied access?