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4 Oct, 2018 01:51

Evening News - October 03, 2018

US NATO Envoy Walks Back Aggressive Anti-Russia Rhetoric

The US ambassador to NATO is causing an uproar after making controversial comments about how the US would react if Russia does not stop developing a banned cruise missile system, allegations which Russia denies. The ambassador is now walking back her initial statements. For analysis, RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by former US Army Brigadier General and author of the book ‘Dark Winter’, Tony Tata.

US Endgame with Iran is Regime Change, Says Former US Diplomat

Tensions are increasing between the US and Iran. The International Court Of Justice has ordered the United States to lift the sanctions it imposed on Iran following the withdrawal of the JCPOA. In response, the Trump Administration announced it is unilaterally withdrawing from a decades old treaty with Iran. For analysis, RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by former US diplomat Jim Jatras.

Sanders Introduces Legislation to Breakup Wall Street Banks

After calling out Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for his treatment of Amazon employees, Independent Senator Bernie Sanders is now taking on the big banks. His latest bill would put a cap on  US financial companies to no more than three-percent of GDP or $584 billion. For analysis, RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by Florida Democratic Party Chair Mitch Ceasar and Rory Riley Topping, conservative commentator and The Hill contributor.

 

 

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