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News. Views. Hughes - September 04, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Can Iran deal be saved?

France has proposed a $15 billion credit line to Iran in exchange for a full return to the Iran nuclear deal. Iran is seeking compensation for the lost oil revenue incurred by ongoing US sanctions and is giving Europe two months to salvage the deal. RT America’s Rachel Blevins explains. Then former Pentagon official Michael Maloof joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his insights.

Walmart ending sales of guns and ammo

Former Florida Democratic Party chair Mitch Ceasar and Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project join Scottie Nell Hughes to debate Walmart’s decision to phase out the sale of certain kinds of guns and ammunition in response to the most recent spate of horrific mass shootings, particularly the rampage in El Paso, Texas in early August wherein 22 people were killed. They also discuss the influence of the NRA and the possibility of gun buybacks and the prohibition of “weapons of destruction.”

Experts urge lawmakers to ban crypto mining

Critics of cryptocurrency insist that it needs to be regulated to combat human trafficking. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins News.Views.Hughes to weigh in. He argues that there’s no way to “crime proof” any kind of currency and that fearmongering about human trafficking and terrorism is a cynical excuse to ban open network cryptocurrency.