Episode

12/14 David Dayen: What Exxon Knew & the Ongoing National Bank Robbery

December 14, 2016

Journalist David Dayen, explains the history of the Exxon climate crisis coverup. The Exxon knew campaign. Trump’s Oil and Gas Cabinet. The gutted FCC. Will Democrats raise the climate crisis during Tillerson’s hearings? Wells Fargo stunning scams. Wells Fargo’s cheap life insurance game and what Ta Nehisi Coates misses about Obama’s legacy.

On The Fun Half: The COO of Energy Transfer Partners, says in a secret recording that Trump “gets it”. Trump’s earth destroying Administration. A Trump spokesperson says that finding out all members of the Energy Department who went to UN climate meetings is all about “intellectual” curiosity. Why did Trump voters on Obamacare vote for Trump? The Republicans war on choice and your calls and IMs.

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