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26 Jun, 2019 01:06

The News with Rick Sanchez - June 25, 2019 (20:00 ET)

Huawei sales booming! CEO: US can’t crush us

South Korea, Italy, Switzerland, Kuwait and UK have all signed on with Chinese telecomm giant Huawei to develop 5G infrastructure. This is in spite of immense US pressure to undermine Huawei around the world and suggests that US global influence is on the wane. Rick Sanchez reports.

How Huawei is defying odds despite US pressure 

RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the reasons behind Huawei’s meteoric success and seemingly unstoppable momentum. She points out that enormous investment in research and development and employee shareholding contribute to the tech giant’s success and that the US has to rely on threats and fear-mongering instead of fair competition with Huawei.

Chemical attacks that turned Iran against us 

Geopolitical strategist John Sitilides of Trilogy Advisors joins Rick Sanchez to discuss President Trump’s “coercive strategy” to counter what he argues is a violent and destabilizing regime in Tehran. He argues that Iran has been kept from prosperity by its extremist “theocratic government.”