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News. Views. Hughes - September 12, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Huawei will sell 5G tech to enter the US

Huawei has offered to sell the source code of its 5G technology for a one-time fee, claiming that creating a “balance of interests” serves Huawei’s viability in the long-run. Critics say that doing so may bypass Washington’s “blacklist” of Chinese entities deemed to pose a security risk. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports for News.Views.Hughes.

DNC trained activists to invade talk radio - report

Steve Malzberg joins Scottie Nell Hughes to react to the New York Times’ 9/11 anniversary coverage. He also warns us of what to expect from the moderators of the third Democratic presidential primary debate. He also discusses the DNC’s secret training of activists for its so-called “Talk Radio Initiative” and CNN’s Don Lemon joking about fellow journalist Chris Cuomo’s penchant for “steroids and tequila.”