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The News with Rick Sanchez - February 05, 2019 (20:00 ET)

China to US: BUTT OUT of Venezuela! Here’s why

Rick Sanchez reports on China’s soft-spoken but unmistakable hard line on Venezuela, whose deep economic ties lead to Chinese unequivocal opposition to attempts to undermine the government of President Nicolas Maduro.

Rick Sanchez loses it: Don’t Venezuelans get a vote? 

With the most of countries signing off on Venezuela’s opposition Guaido’s interim presidency, Rick Sanchez asks former naval intelligence officer John Jordan what about Venezuelans’ vote and will for their own future? Jordan then shares his insights on China’s support of embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and how this policy’s running against US support for presidential aspirant Juan Guaido may threaten the already precarious US-China relationship.

BBC trashes Liam Neeson despite 40yo confession 

Disgraced Virginia Governor Ralph Northam refuses to step down despite repeated calls from both Democrats and Republicans following the scandalous discovery of a racist year-book photograph and other racially charged indiscretions from years prior. Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax has denounced sexual misconduct allegations as a smear campaign – perhaps even at the behest of an increasingly desperate Northam? Former Georgia state Representative LaDawn Jones joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.

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