China just sold a record amount of U.S. debt, and Japan’s currency is in trouble. Japan, like China, holds an enormous amount of U.S. debt. In fact, Japan holds more U.S. debt than China. The New American breaks down what this means for America.  

Also in this episode:

@ 24:30 | Unlike the U.S. dollar, Argentina’s currency is making a comeback. We break down what the United States can learn from this;

@ 38:15 | The judge overseeing Donald Trump’s hush-money case lost his cool, and the prosecutor’s star witness admitted to stealing tens of thousands of dollars;

@ 51:04 | TNA Senior Editor Rebecca Terrell discusses her interview with election-integrity activist Steven Stern.


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