‘Surprise, Mr. President. John Bolton has the goods’
30 January 2020 | 1:14 pm
We discuss how the American press is covering the news that John Bolton's upcoming book undermines Donald Trump's defence in the ongoing impeachment trial. We also find out how companies that plant trees to offset their carbon footprint may be greenwashing us. Finally, we learn of a very competitive Irish couple.
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