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10 Mar, 2020 23:51

News. Views. Hughes - March 10, 2020 (17:00 ET)

Legal contributor Mollye Barrows joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the Trump administration’s profusion of libel lawsuits against news outlets over opinion pieces and what he alleges is agenda-driven coverage. She doesn’t think the lawsuits have much chance in court and may be a tactic to intimidate his critics. Then legal and media analyst Lionel of Lionel Media weighs in on revelations that Republican strategist and pundit Ana Navarro lobbied for El Salvador and Nicaragua, according to Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) documents.

Vice President Mike Pence met with top executives from various insurance companies to discuss the coronavirus outbreak. The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease said that a vaccine would not be ready for another 12-18 months. Efforts are underway to find treatments for the virus. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports for News.Views.Hughes.

Democratic presidential primaries are unfolding in six states on Tuesday. The biggest prize of the night is Michigan, which narrowly voted for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) in 2016. Vice President Joe Biden was caught on video using foul and combative language in an argument with a working-class voter about the Second Amendment. Former Georgia state Rep. LaDawn Jones and Ned Ryun of American Majority join Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss.