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The News with Rick Sanchez - November 18, 2019 (20:00 ET)

Ford has introduced an upgrade on its iconic Mustang car. But the Mustang Mach E will be built in Mexico, and maybe even in China. Rick Sanchez reports.

The wealthy are spending less than before, according to reports. Why? John Grace of Investor’s Advantage Corp joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise. He argues that if the rich are moving into a “defensive posture,” that the rest of us would do well to model their behavior. He agrees that it’s not fair for the government to lie to Americans about the health of the US economy and urges consumers to be more careful with their wealth.

RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar reports on the ongoing protests rocking Iran after its government hiked the price of fuel by as much as 300 percent and imposed an internet blackout. Then Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.  RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports on violent clashes between protesters and police at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, wherein police were attacked with arrows and gasoline bombs. 

Plus, RT’s Eisa Ali reports on accusations against news outlets RT and Sputnik for “interference” in UK politics.