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    Specter of Trump Haunts #DAPL Victory

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    The Obama administration has blocked completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline, but with Trump looming, all environmental victories could be short-lived.

    Following the Army Corps of Engineers decision not to grant easement to finish the Dakota Access Pipeline, fossil fuel groups are hoping for an ally on the incoming Trump administration.

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we got along with China? Hillary Clinton should be kicking herself, for allowing Donald Trump to portray her as the candidate who was most enthusiastic about conflict. We explain in a Classified Session.

    Also, we try to get to the bottom of a lingering mystery concerning a guy who could be the next Homeland Security Secretary: Kris Kobach. What exactly did he talk to Trump about with regard to voting reform? If Kobach detailed all the instances of on voter fraud that have occurred on his watch, the conversation would last about a minute. Journalist Spencer Woodman joined us to explain.

    Plus, a new political crisis grips Europe after yet another national referendum ends in defeat for the establishment. Italy serves up a fresh pie of instability. What does it mean? Is this another victory for the far-right? We discuss later on in the show.

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