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The News with Rick Sanchez - November 6, 2019 (20:00 ET)

What would happen following a US military strike against Iran? Presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) says war with Iran would make the US invasion of Iraq look like “a cakewalk.” Rick Sanchez explains the ominous geopolitical consequences of such a move and their impact on the entire region. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof and former US diplomat Jim Jatras share their insights. The mudslinging has been in full force in the UK snap election, now in its first week. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn alleged that Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought to sell out the country’s National Health Service while Johnson accused Corbyn of “siding with the Russians.” Scottie Nell Hughes reports from London, UK. Although Uber has become a household name, it has yet to actually turn a profit. Uber posted a $1.2 billion loss in the third quarter of the year, following a $5.2 billion loss in the second quarter. Why can’t it make any money? Brent Wilsey, President and CEO of Wilsey Asset Management shares his insights. We report on ongoing protests in Hong Kong, Chile, Bolivia, Lebanon and Iraq. Plus, Yulia Shapovalova reports on high level talks between Russia and India about furthering their defense cooperation.