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    Trump Trashes Nuclear Deal, Sets Path for New Confrontation With Iran

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    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and Walter Smolarek are joined by political analysts Shabir Razvi and Ajit Singh, and Mohammad Marandi from the Univ. of Tehran, to look at Trump's Iran policy after confirmation that he'll be decertifying the nuclear deal and went on a tirade against the country, accusing it of sponsoring terrorism.

    Donald Trump delivered what many consider to be a death blow to the Affordable Care Act today by cutting off cost-sharing subsidies. The healthcare system in the United States is in crisis. Dr. Carol Paris, President of Physicians for a National Health Plan, joins the show.

    A new study from Harvard University has found that a shocking number of people who were killed by police had their cause of death misreported on death certificates. Brian and Walter speak with Aislinn Borsini, an organizer with the Black Lives Matter movement.

    Crucial elections are taking place to elect state governors in Venezuela on Sunday, and the future of the country's Bolivarian Revolution hangs in the balance. Joining the show from Caracas are Lucas Koerner, an activist and writer for VenezuelAnalysis.com, as well as Steve Hedley who is in Venezuela as an election observer.

    A heavily armored convoy of Turkish troops have entered Idlib province of Syria to set up a "de-escalation zone". Will clashes with Al-Qaeda follow? Rick Sterling, investigative journalist and member of the Syria Solidarity Movement, joins the show.

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    nuclear deal, Healthcare, Police Killings, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran's Nuclear Program, Donald Trump, United States, Iran, Syria, Venezuela
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