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How US, EU & OAS lied & meddled in Bolivia (Full show)

The New York Times has admitted that the allegations of election fraud that led to Evo Morales' ousting from the Bolivian presidency were "flawed." These allegations caused Morales' exile from the country in what critics say was tantamount to a Washington-backed coup. RT America's John Huddy reports. Then RT producer and Latin America expert Dr. Enrique Rivera joins Rick Sanchez to share his insights. RT's Charlotte Dubenskij reports on the movement in Paris to remove statues and renaming streets associated with France's colonialist and slave-trading past. US Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has apologized for allowing his photograph to be taken with President Trump after the controversial clearing of protesters near St. John's Church near the White House last week. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports. Then "Watching the Hawks" co-host Ameshia Cross and conservative author Ed Martin join Rick Sanchez to discuss. The Trump administration has painted Chinese telecom giant Huawei as a threat to US national security. But modern wireless technology may be too reliant on Huawei patents for the US tech sector to survive without continued business with Huawei. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports.

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