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The News with Rick Sanchez - March 13, 2019 (20:00 ET)

Pompeo is a socialist & Tucker’s ‘monkey’ rant

Rick Sanchez reports on US State Secretary Mike Pompeo’s recent departure from the typical US emphasis on free enterprise when he told oil executives that oil producers must work in tandem with the US State Dept. Was he giving them “marching orders?” Then former US diplomat Jim Jatras joins to share his insights. They also discuss Tucker Carlson’s shocking declaration that the people of Iraq are “semi-literate monkeys” who need to “shut the f*** up and obey.”

How pilots secretly warned FAA about Boeing defect

Reports have emerged that pilots here in the United States have been using an anonymous federal database to complain about problems they have experienced with the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The complaints eerily line up with what is being discovered about the circumstances of the recent crash in Ethiopia that caused the grounding of Boeing in countries around the world. RT America’s Rachel Blevins joins Rick Sanchez with the details. Then FAA certified flight instructor John Jordan joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise.

Richard Wolff on the money behind Brexit

RT correspondent Eisa Ali reports on the latest Brexit drama in the UK Parliament. Then, economist and founder of Democracy at Work Richard Wolff joins Rick Sanchez to discuss, arguing that the Brexit debate constitutes “an endless struggle about what doesn’t matter” and that whether the British are “in” or “out” of Europe is an irrelevant distraction from the problems really faced by the UK.