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28 Jan, 2020 23:33

News. Views. Hughes - January 28, 2020 (17:00 ET)

The UK government has announced that it will work with Chinese telecom giant Huawei in the roll out of 5G wireless technology in the UK. They consider Huawei a “high risk vendor” and are restricting Huawei’s access to core and sensitive areas. The plan’s supporters are reassuring critics that it will not impact the UK’s intelligence-sharing with the US, with whom it forms the “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance, along with New Zealand, Australia and Canada. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports for Scottie Nell Hughes.

Supporters of Democratic primary presidential contender Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) are outraged by DNC Chairman Tom Perez’s appointment of establishment figures to certain important positions ahead of the party convention, including 2016 Clinton campaign chair John Podesta. Critics fear that these appointments unfairly undermine Sanders and are aimed at preventing his nomination. Sanders DNC delegate nominee Colin Bird-Martinez joins Scottie Nell Hughes to weigh in.