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Friday, April 5, 2019

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The family of an Ethiopian Air crash victim has filed a lawsuit. How much legal trouble does the aircraft maker face? Having backed away from his latest threat to close the border, President Trump shifts to threatening Mexico's auto industry. What's he willing to do to a Mexican industry so closely connected with companies in America? And what difference does almost half a billion dollars make? We may find out by the money's absence, as the U.S. cuts help to Central America.
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Clifford Hallman

I'm no fan of President Trump, but if you guy's want to continue to be considered a legitimate news source, a little less bias would be wonderful.

Apr 5th
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Arjun Singh

Clifford Hallman Another Trump

Apr 6th
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Clifford Hallman

Ryan Pena I think we may have listed to different news casts. Did she not say; after the reporting of an American suffering atributed to his proposal to shut down the border ,and the future idea being supported by the sen as te majority leader, strait too but wouldn't this conprmize his over arching plan? Thats called begging the question. It is a logical fallacy. When listening to publicly funded news i can expect a bias. But this blows foxnews out of the water. It's fine. I get it they are selling confimation bias to advertizers. I think i will switch back to CNN and fox news. That way I can try to parcel together a tiny morsal of truth.

Apr 6th
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