The Ongoing Rohingya Genocide, Trump Administration's Human Rights Record, And BBC Witness: Reagan's Bombing Joke
On today's show:
- We discuss the crisis in Burma (Myanmar) as its government faces continual allegations of state-sponsored persecution of its Rohingya Muslim minority.
- We talk about President Trump's human rights record after the U.S. Senate foreign aid spending panel's Wednesday vote to cut $300 million in military aid to Egypt.
- Morton Blackwell, who was President Ronald Reagan's advisor, tells the BBC’s Dina Newman about the former president's love of anti-Soviet jokes and his determination to destroy communism.