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Washington will not reopen, fears another attack (Full show)

A leaked email suggests that the National Guard will remain deployed in the US capital of Washington, DC into the Fall, well past the publicly acknowledged March 12 deadline for their withdrawal. A $50 million razor wire fence remains around the US Capitol and the continued presence of National Guard units will cost taxpayers $2.65 million per day. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports from the Capitol. Then comedian and “Redacted Tonight” host Lee Camp shares his take.

Princess Latifa Al Maktoum of Dubai, daughter of the UAE Prime Minister, Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum claims that her father is keeping her hostage. The situation has caused embarrassment for the PM and put his country’s human rights record in the spotlight. Former UK MP George Galloway weighs in.

Plus, RT's Peter Oliver reports on the repeal of a 9pm curfew in the Netherlands aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19 after a court ruling deemed it illegal. The government is appealing the decision.

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