News. Views. Hughes - December 06, 2018 (17:00 ET)

Chinese tech mogul arrested in Canada

Meng Wanzhou, CFO and deputy board chair of Chinese tech giant Huawei was arrested at a Canadian airport at the request of the US government. The US views Huawei as a possible front for spies and as a major competitor to the US tech industry. The Chinese embassy in Ottawa insists she was “not violating any American or Canadian law.” According to reports, she is suspected of violating trade sanctions against Iran. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports.

‘Crazy uncertainty’ good politics for Trump but bad for US – Richard Wolff

The Dow recovered from a 785 point plummet today, and by the closing bell were down 79 points. Critics say that uncertainty over Trump’s unpredictable trade policies are to blame for a disappointing and erratic stock market. Prof. Richard Wolff, economist and founder of Democracy at Work, joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his insights.

Jeffrey Epstein: Evil Men Protect Themselves – Scottie Nell Hughes

RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes says that for “sick” sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, life in prison would be too lenient a sentence. She calls out those on his high-priced legal defense, the complicit, hypocritical media, and everyone else who enabled him, including the prosecutors who bent over backwards to help him evade justice.