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President Trump tweeted he’d help China’s president save jobs at the telecommunications giant ZTE, reversing his administration’s crack down for violating sanctions on Iran and North Korea. Ali Velshi talks with Adam Segal, Director of the Digital and Cyberspace Program at the Council on Foreign Relations, about what this means for American consumers.
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