News. Views. Hughes - January 10, 2019 (17:00 ET)
US-Mexico ‘Border Crisis’ no worse than in 2016 - immigration lawyer
As the government shutdown reaches day 20 President Trump has landed in Texas and is touring the border region, speaking with border agents, and hearing concerns about drugs, crime and human trafficking. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports from McAllen, Texas. Then Allen Orr of the American Immigration Lawyers Association joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his insights, arguing that the US is violating its own asylum rules at the border.
China mobilizes DF-26 nuclear missile
China claims to have mobilized its supersonic nuclear missile to safeguard South China Sea. The so-called carrier and anti-ship missile has been deployed to the country’s northwest and if deployed, could cost up to 10,000 US lives. This saber-rattling comes in response to what China calls “grave violations” of their sovereignty. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca has the story.
Media ‘working backward’ to prove Russiagate narrative – Ben Swann
The New York Times has had to correct its recent “bombshell” report on President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort. They’d claimed that Manafort had shared polling data with a “Kremlin-linked oligarch,” RT America’s Rachel Blevins reports. Then investigative journalist Ben Swann joins News.Views.Hughes to weigh in, arguing that there are “no repercussions” for anonymous sources, increasingly used in recent times, when their information is false.