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4 Jan, 2019 23:50

The News with Rick Sanchez - January 4th, 2019

Can young blood reverse aging, CEO says yes

A medical clinic called Ambrosia says it can reverse the aging process. But the researchers from whom Ambrosia’s Founder drew inspiration says the company is misrepresenting their findings. RT’s Michele Greenstein spoke with Ambrosia Founder & CEO Dr. Jesse Karmazin, who says his patients are seeing effects not only on neuroplasticity and memory, but the aging process as a whole.

China tests ‘Mother of all bombs’ 

China seems to be flexing its muscles with a new weapon -the most powerful non-nuclear weapon they have. RT correspondent Sara Montes de Oca joins Rick Sanchez to discuss 

Trump’s tactics costing America global power and influence 

President Trump’s manner of solving domestic and foreign policy issues are costing America global power and influence. What may seem appealing to his base often meets resistance even from allies. One of the most obvious examples is Trump’s stand on Iran’s nuclear deal, which the White House decided to unilaterally breach and tried to pressure European partners to stop trading with Iran. RT’s Dan Cohen takes a look at Trump’s two year legacy.