News. Views. Hughes - December 03, 2018 (17:00 ET)
Top takeaways from 2018 G20 summit
RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes, who covered the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina reports on the most crucial news from the summit, including President Putin and Chancellor Merkel’s agreement to 4-party talks regarding Russia’s friction with Ukraine to the all leaders’ acknowledgment of the importance of sustainable development and multilateralism.
US-China Trade War Truce & will Dems block NAFTA-replacement?
The leaders from the world’s two largest economies met for dinner in Buenos Aires at the G20 summit. Presidents Trump and Xi Jinping met for dinner at the G20 summit, over which they agreed to a 90-truce in the US-Chinese trade war. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports. Then former USTR official George Gill and Manuel Alejandro Valerio of the Frontier Strategy Group join to discuss the halted trade war and what to expect from the US-Mexico-Canada agreement signed at G20 and which the US Congress has six months to ratify.
‘We’re not the phone book’: Google pretends responsibility to avoid regulation – Lionel
Google employees openly debated whether to bury “the Daily Caller” and other conservative outlets in online search results, according to reports. Google responded that their “processes and policies do not allow for any manipulation of search results to promote political ideologies.” Lionel of Lionel Media joins News.Views.Hughes to weigh in.