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News. Views. Hughes -May 22, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Dems still dream of impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused President Trump of being “engaged in a cover up” after meeting with fellow Democrats to discuss some members’ desire to impeach him. Trump responded that he won’t work with Democrats until “the phony investigation” ends. Ted Harvey of the Committee to Defend the President and former Florida Democratic Party chair Mitch Ceasar join News.Views.Hughes to share their insights.

Don’t panic – ISIS didn’t get your money

Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins News.Views.Hughes to discuss the growth of elaborate online scams wherein conmen pose as law enforcement officers and convince victims that they’ve donated money to terrorist groups like ISIS.

‘Game of Thrones’ fans seek grief counseling

RT America’s John Huddy joins Sara Montes de Oca to discuss the phenomenon of “grief” following the end of television shows. The immensely popular “Game of Thrones” even helps fans to locate a “Game of Thrones counselor” to discuss feelings of anger, grief or parasocial anxiety prompted by the series and its ending.