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3 Dec, 2021 00:54

New: Most Americans see China as top threat to US

New polling reveals most Americans surveyed view China as the top threat facing the US. The majority of both Democrats and Republicans polled say they are worried about the possibility of war between the twin world powers. China is outpacing the US in weapons and tech development, and there are concerns in Washington that the US lacks the capacity to keep pace with China's development. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports.

But first, how prepared is the Biden administration for omicron, the latest and apparently vaccine-indifferent variant of COVID-19? As it spreads around the world, including showing up in California, can we expect prolonged lockdowns and expanded restrictions on travel? Former USTR official Steve Gill and attorney Jan Ronis weigh in.

Most US schools utilize shooter drills or preparedness training of some kind to prepare teachers and students in case of an active shooter situation. Trial attorney and behavioral expert Dr. Wendy Patrick and former counterterrorism officer Drew Berquis join to discuss shooter drills in light of Tuesday's massacre at a Michigan high school, where a 15-year-old gunman killed four classmates and wounded seven.

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