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The News with Rick Sanchez - May 15, 2019 (20:00 ET)

US embassy closure signals Iran attack 

Rick Sanchez repeats his invitation to the New York Times journalist to enjoy a live primetime interview and explain his baseless report on RT’s 5G coverage. He then discusses the ongoing back and forth between the US and Iran and whether a new war in the Middle East might be imminent.

DEBATE: Who’s worse, Iran or Saudis?  

Political strategist John Jordan and former US diplomat Jim Jatras join Rick Sanchez to discuss the withdrawal of US State Department personnel from Iraq in anticipation of potential conflict with Iran. They discuss what such a conflict would probably look like and whether Iran is an authentic threat to the US.

Why is Roundup still on store shelves? 

Mitchel Cohen, author of “The Fight Against Monsanto’s Roundup,” joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the more than $1 trillion that Monsanto and parent company Bayer stand to lose in the flood of litigation they face over concealing the dangers posed by widely-used weedkiller Roundup. He points out that Monsanto’s wealth and power comes from control over genetically modified seeds, often to the detriment of farmers.

 

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