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Trump cabinet is horrifying, get rid of Electoral College, & TPP is dead

In this week’s episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp covers the latest news on Trump’s cabinet, which already has people panicking. What should we fear most about Trump’s cabinet picks? Is he really draining the swamp? And how Obama’s way of calming the nation is also disturbing. Host Lee Camp then covers the latest good and bad news about the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the North Dakota Access Pipeline, and correspondent Natalie McGill reports on how women’s reproductive rights could be curtailed under a Trump presidency and what we should do to prepare. Finally, correspondent Naomi Karavani reports on the problems with the Electoral College and the solutions proposed. This, and more, on Redacted Tonight.

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