Malcolm Nance on 'The Plot to Betray America' | Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
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Larry weighs in on the impeachment hearings and the latest Democratic presidential debate (1:00) before sitting down with author and intelligence expert Malcolm Nance to talk about his new book, 'The Plot to Betray America' (19:35). They talk about sparring with Milo Yiannopoulos on Bill Maher (23:56), how Nance got his start in codebreaking (34:40), and how Trump became an unwitting asset for Russia (55:42).

Host: Larry Wilmore
Guest: Malcolm Nance
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Political Rewind: A New Federal COVID-19 Response Plan — And What It Could Mean For Georgia
Thursday on Political Rewind: Georgia once again finds itself among the worst states in the nation for new COVID-19 cases and deaths, according to state data and a recent report from the White House Coronavirus Task Force. While the task force numbers indicate a slight improvement in recent weeks, 821 Georgians died from the virus in just the seven-day period ending last Friday. The staggering toll comes even as the state faces a dwindling supply of vaccines as well as confusion about rollout.  However, with his first full day in office, President Joe Biden is kicking his COVID-19 plan into action. The administration has unveiled a new 21-page plan, which leans on executive authority to create a multifaceted national strategy to combat the pandemic. The response is organized around seven main goals, including efforts to protect workers and students, provide reliable information and communication, advance racial equity in the coronavirus response, and deal with supply shortages by ramping up the production of necessities like test kits, protective equipment and, of course, vaccines.  Our panel of experts discuss the state of coronavirus in Georgia and the nation, the challenges ahead, and what Biden's pandemic plans could mean for Georgians — including those now eligible for a vaccine.  Panelists: Dr. Keren Landman — Physician, epidemiologist and journalist Dr. Rodney Lyn — Interim Dean, Georgia State University School of Public Health Scott Trubey — Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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