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    Aleppo is Liberated From al-Qaeda & Friends as US Government Fumes

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    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Alexander Mercouris, editor-in-chief of The Duran, to discuss what comes next in Syria's war after Aleppo has been retaken by the Syrian Arab Army.

    The surrender of Islamist groups in eastern Aleppo was met with scenes of jubilation in the streets as thousands return home. But the mainstream media is painting a very different picture of what’s taking place — is it to build the pretext for western intervention?

    The CIA continues to push its story that Russia hacked e-mails from the Democratic Party to help Donald Trump as President Obama orders an investigation. Brian speaks with NSA whistleblower William Binney about his argument that these were inside leaks, not outside hacks.

    U.S. Secretary of Defence Ash Carter was in Israel on Monday to deliver the first two F-35 fighter jets, but the Lockheed Martin company’s stock fell when Donald Trump took to Twitter to say the costs on the program were out of control. Pierre Sprey, who was on the designer team of the F-16, joins the show to discuss why he is opposed to the F-35 program.

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