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As we went to we learnt the US, Uk and France had launch strikes against strategic locations in Syria. We chat about this as the news begins to come in.
In the US we look at the raids the FBI has conducted on the office and residencies of Donald Trump's personal laywer, Michael Cohen. What does this mean? Is this the "death of attorney-client privilege" as Donald Trump has claimed? Is Mueller a rogue operative trying to bring down the President?
(This episode was recorded a few days before it became public knowledge that Fox News commentator Shaun Hannity had used Michael Cohen for legal advice and had asked for that connection to be kept quiet.)
In Australia, Turnbull's government reached the mythical number of losing it's 30th consecutive Newspolls - what does this mean in the long run, and why was the 30th loss a trigger to displace Tony Abbott as Prime Minister, but not Malcolm Turnbull?
We also have 'stupid political news' and our world famous rants.
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