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5 Mar, 2020 00:19

News. Views. Hughes - March 4, 2020 (15:00 ET)

RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports on the aftermath of the “Super Tuesday” presidential primaries and caucuses, which saw former Vice President Joe Biden pull ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vermont) in the Democratic Party race for the presidency. Then political commentator and journalist David Shuster joins Scottie Nell Hughes to weigh in. He argues that Biden's success in South Carolina showed voters that he is "still alive" and contributed to his triumphs on Super Tuesday.

Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute reacts to Turkey’s decision to flood Europe with refugees via Greece, and Greek efforts to secure its border against illegal migration. He argues that Greece is complicit in the "idiotic policies" that caused instability in Syria and fueled the migrant crisis.

Governments around the world are adopting more extreme measures to fight COVID-19, the deadly coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China. The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that the virus can be spread through paper money, and is urging people to favor cashless payments over the use of banknotes. Meanwhile, the US Surgeon General has urged Americans to stop buying face masks. RT America's Rachel Blevins reports for News.Views.Hughes.