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2 Jan, 2020 23:31

News. Views. Hughes - January 2, 2020 (17:00 ET)

US president Donald Trump is expected to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2020, heading the delegation including Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and US trade representative Robert Lighthizer, among others. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson's UK government will be skipping the conference this year. What can be expected from this year's forum for the global elite? Sara Montes de Oca joins Scottie Nell Hughes. Later, prof. Richard Wolff explains why, in Johnson's words, this meeting is "champagne for billionaires."

Presidential hopeful Julian Castro announced the end of his 2020 run. Civil rights attorney Robert Patillo and GOP adviser and retired Marine Eric Mitchell join Scottie Nell Hughes to cover why Castro couldn't get momentum, the latest on the presidential race, Democrat fundraising ahead of Iowa, and Nancy Pelosi's hold on sending the impeachment process to the Senate. Will impeachment pull presidential contenders from the campaign trail?