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    Hate speech rights and Confederate Monuments dominate the new cycle, Trump advisor Steve Bannon is on the hot seat, and The Taliban sends a letter to Donald Trump recommending an afghan pullout.

    On this episode of "Fault Lines" hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan, Discuss the move to eliminate confederate monuments and the first amendment questions raised regarding hate speech after the protest.

    In the second segment they talk about the current pressure inside and outside of the White House to fire Steve Bannon.

    In a third segment "Fault Lines" hosts discuss the Taliban Letter to the President recommending a complete withdrawal from Afghanistan and how a cabinet full of generals affects his decision.

    Today's talking points touch on first amendment rights related to hate speech, the current and future makeup of the President's cabinet, and the future of the Afghanistan conflict.

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