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New: China deal & lithium reserves behind Bolivia coup (Full show)

Deposed Bolivian President Evo Morales is more popular than the last six US presidents. So why did his reelection lead to violent riots and his eventual ousting? Rick Sanchez explains how Morales had spurned Western interests wishing to exploit his country’s lucrative lithium resources and turned to China instead. Coincidence? RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins with the details. She discusses the skyrocketing demand for lithium and points out that Bolivia is estimated to hold half of the world’s reserves. RT America’s Rachel Blevins reports on the highly-anticipated meeting between Presidents Trump and Erdogan before retired US Army officer and former West Point instructor Maj. Danny Sjursen shares his insights. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports on the first public hearings of the Trump impeachment inquiry. Maria Finoshina reports from Brasilia, Brazil on the 2019 BRICS Summit and compares it to organizations like the G7, APEC and United Nations. Plus, breaking news on reports of Bolivian police allegedly surrendering to protesters and Morales’ possible return to the country.

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