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The News with Rick Sanchez - December 4, 2019 (20:00 ET)

The annual NATO summit concluded on Wednesday in London, UK. Much of the media coverage thereof has hinged on personality disputes between President Trump and his foreign counterparts. Rick Sanchez points out that the nature of NATO itself might be the reason for the summit’s dysfunction. Then RT America’s Alex Mihailovich joins with the details.

Why are some genocides pushed to the front of public consciousness while others are all but ignored? RT producer Dr. Joseph Ricci reports on the nightmarish and “forgotten” genocide of Serbs at the hand of Croatia’s fascist-aligned Ustase regime during World War II and why Washington resists a formal recognition thereof. Then RT producer Nebojsa Malic joins shares his insights. This report contains graphic and disturbing images. Viewer discretion is advised.

RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports on the troubling relationship between Google and the US government.

Plus, former Governor of Minnesota and host of “the World According to Jesse,” Jesse Ventura weighs in on the Trump impeachment inquiry. 

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