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

Huawei did business with North Korea – Washington Post

White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow and Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin are meeting with Big Tech executives on Monday to discuss the Trump administration’s Huawei-ban. Meanwhile, leaked internal documents show that Huawei helped North Korea to build its wireless network. If true, it means Huawei may have violated US-imposed export controls. Huawei insists it has no “business presence” in the Hermit Kingdom. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports for News.Views.Hughes.

ISIS returns to Iraq and ready to fight

Around 1,000 Islamic State militants have returned from Syria to northern and central Iraq to carry out a campaign of terrorism in the countryside. They were originally trained by US-led coalition forces to fight against the Assad government in Syria. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins Sara Montes de Oca (in for Scottie Nell Hughes) to discuss the extremists’ push to restore the Caliphate.

Last call for Mueller time?

Terry Schilling, executive director of the American Principles Project and former Florida Democratic Party chair Mitch Ceasar join Sara Montes de Oca (in for Scottie Nell Hughes) to offer their predictions about the Congressional testimony of Special Counsel Mueller and its likely impact. The hearing, scheduled for July 24, is highly anticipated not only by legislators but by Americans who “didn’t read the book, but will see the movie.”