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July 10, 2018: Hour 2

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President Trump begins a diplomatic gauntlet when he departs for Brussels on Tuesday. We discuss what's ahead for Trump during the NATO summit and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin with Leon Panetta, who served as both CIA director and secretary of defense under President Obama. Also, we remember Leo Sarkisian, creator of the Voice of America radio show "Music Time in Africa." Sarkisian died in June at age 97. And immigrant children in Denmark as young as 1 year old must attend day care for 30 hours a week for instruction in "Danish values," according to a new law that's part of a broader "ghetto package" designed to force immigrants living in 25 mostly Muslim enclaves to assimilate. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's July 10, 2018 full broadcast.

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