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News. Views. Hughes - November 05, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Limbaugh: 'Democrats coming out of the closet,' Rep. Grayson hits back

More than half of respondents polled call the 2020 presidential election a “significant source of stress,” according to the American Psychological Association. Lawyer, author and conservative columnist David Limbaugh joins Steve Malzberg (in for News.Views.Hughes) to discuss the increasing partisan divide in the US. He decries the Democrats as “intolerant and authoritarian.” He also opines on media coverage of Joe and Hunter Biden and what he perceives as antisemitism in the Democratic Party. Then former US Representative Alan Grayson (D-Florida) joins Steve Malzberg to respond. He argues that the US healthcare system is “fundamentally broken.” As for the impeachment inquiry, he asserts that “literally there is not an impeachable offense that Donald Trump has not committed.”

UK election holds Brexit's future in balance

Scottie Nell Hughes joins Steve Malzberg to report on the election of Sir Lindsay Hoyle as Speaker of the House of Commons in the UK. She also summarizes the policies of the various parties as they compete in the country's snap election and how the results will determine Brexit's future.