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Fault Lines
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End of Cuomo Dynasty as CNN Suspends Chris

End of Cuomo Dynasty as CNN Suspends Chris
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about CNN suspending primetime anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely, Twitter's new CEO Parag Argawal's stance on free speech, the approaching debt ceiling deadline, and Ghislaine Maxwell's trial as Jeffrey Epstein's co-predator.
Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | End of Cuomo Dynasty as CNN Suspends Chris
Peter Coffin - Video Essayist | New Twitter CEO Emphasizes Free Speech Isn't Priority
Mark Frost - Economist | Economic Consequences of Raising the Debt Ceiling
William Craddick - Political Analyst | Trump, Prince Andrew, and Bill Clinton Named in Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
In the first hour, Ted Rall joined the show to talk about CNN indefinitely suspending Chris Cuomo in light of new information that the primetime anchor was more involved in the defense of his brother from sexual assault allegations than he previously let on.
In the second hour, Fault Lines was joined by Peter Coffin for a discussion on Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's departure from the company and what's going to change. We were also joined by Mark Frost for an analysis on what would happen if Congress chose to not raise the debt ceiling, and why they almost certainly will.
In the third hour, William Craddick joined the conversation to talk about the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, where witness testimony supports the prosecution's claim that Maxwell recruited and groomed underage girls for disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
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