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RT America -- February 20, 2018

Divided loyalties: Turkey, Syria, and Kurdish forces converge 

RT America’s Ed Schultz is joined by senior fellow at the Independent Institute Ivan Eland to discuss the latest on geopolitical conflicts unfolding in Syria, after government forces entered Afrin on Tuesday to fend off the Turkish military.

Public debate expanding on gun violence in America

The gun debate is kicking into political high gear after the recent Florida shooting. The majority of Americans think Congress and the president are not doing enough to stop mass shootings. The issues of contention are extended background checks, gun show loop holes, the legal purchasing age, and mental health. For more, RT America’s Ed Schultz speaks with former congressman Bob Barr, sitting board member of the National Rifle Association.

’Russian meddling’ amounted to pennies in the $2.5 billion 2016 election

The mainstream media is once again stretching the narrative of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and facts from Bob Mueller's indictment, this time in terms of election spending. RT America’s Manila Chan reports on how the numbers actually stack up.

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