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Top US general: Yes, I called China — here's why (Full show)

General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, faced a bevy of tough questions by US senators on Tuesday about his tenure as top US general and especially the war in Afghanistan and the US withdrawal. One such question, posed by Tim Kaine (D-Virginia) was whether “we really think we can change the culture of another nation.” RT America’s Faran Fronczak joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the details. Then former war correspondent and host of “On Contact” Chris Hedges joins Rick Sanchez to share his analysis. Plus, the mysterious “Havana Syndrome” has struck again, this time afflicting a CIA agent in Serbia, who had to be evacuated.


France has inked a deal with Greece to sell warships and fighter jets. As German Chancellor Angela Merkel departs from office after 16 years, French President Macron may be poised to succeed her as the ruler of the E.U. roost. Charlotte Dubenskij reports from Europe.

Bolivian President Luis Arce has given an exclusive interview to RT Spanish at the United Nations General Assembly. He claims the Organization of American States (OAS) has been co-opted by wealthy corporations and turned into a vehicle for Washington’s interests at the expense of Latin American countries. He also said “healthcare is not a commodity” and spoke about investment and industrialization in his country.

Plus, RT America’s Mollye Barrows asks whether the Moon could ever crash into Earth.

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