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Journalist calls suggestions that Trump is beholden to Vladimir Putin an irresponsible claim that has ratcheted up tensions between the U.S. and Russia. "The whole thing has been a joke and a fairy tale from the start."
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Journalist compares reckoning with the Mueller report conclusions to learning there were no Iraqi WMDs in 2003: "It's time to face the truth. The media got the story wrong. … All this time there was no evidence for it. It was just a conspiracy theory."
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"We should have focused much more on Donald Trump's not fulfilling his promises," says of the intense media focus on Russian collusion, for which the Mueller report has found no evidence. He says there is a "limited audience" for topics related to "governance."
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2/2 "...continue to try to cling to some vestige of credibility by continuing to spin conspiracy theories that are even more reckless and even more unhinged than the ones to which we've been subjected for three years."
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. says the Mueller report concludes "the saddest media spectacle I've ever seen." "What makes it even sadder is to watch all of the people who vested their journalistic credibility into what proved to be a complete and total fraud and scam..." 1/2
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"We don't know what's in the Mueller report," says . "We only know the brief interpretation offered by [Attorney General] Bill Barr." He says the full report must be publicly released.
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THEN: We celebrate two remarkable figures who have just celebrated their 100th birthdays: legendary peace activist Frances Crowe & leading literary figure of the Beat Generation Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Stream live 8-9AM ET: .
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TODAY: The long-awaited Mueller report into whether President Trump and members of his campaign conspired with the Russian government to win the 2016 election found no collusion. We're joined by & , 8-9AM ET:
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Glenn Greenwald 3h
Yes, looking *very* forward to this. Watch live at 8:10 EST am
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David Cay Johnston 13h
With , I’ll be on at 8am Monday (later in some places) about what we don’t know from AG Bill Barr’s letter summarizing the Mueller report — which doesn’t exonerate Donald, despite his claim that it does. I’m sure Glenn & I won’t see eye-to-eye.
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When considering the future of the Israeli occupation, says that the Trump administration's rhetoric surrounding the issue is not her primary focus. "What will be consequential is how the international community responds."
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Whether Haitian President Jovenel Moïse remains in office despite protests roiling the country is "the $64,000 question," says Kim Ives of . "Nobody knows. But he’s definitely on the ropes."
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Flint Taylor's new book, "The Torture Machine" follows decades of police abuses in Chicago, particularly against African-American men. Taylor calls the systematic abuse a conspiracy and a scandal "that has gone on for so many decades in this city."
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“It’s not just an indigenous fight,” says Lakota historian Nick Estes about extreme climate events, like the unprecedented flooding in the Midwestern U.S. "Now because of climate change, it’s all of our problem.”
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"The U.S. is leading the charge in attacking the judges. And being cheered by what countries? Cheered by Sudan, Burundi, the Philippines," says of the decision to restrict visas for ICC judges.
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Democracy Now! Mar 24
Eva Nisa praised New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for her response to the mosque shooting, especially her decision to wear a hijab while mourning. "Showing her support by wearing a veil, it means a lot for many Muslims here in New Zealand."
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Democracy Now! Mar 24
Palestinian human rights attorney on Trump's appointment of unqualified cabinet members: "It’s a plan of recklessness. It’s a plan of might makes right. It’s a plan of destroying what they can as they go."
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