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Amy Goodman speaks with Jeremy Scahill on “Intercepted”

DN! in the NewsJuly 30, 2019

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman recently sat down with Jeremy Scahill — a co-founder of The Intercept as well as a former Democracy Now! staffer — for the Intercepted podcast. They discussed the possibility of war with Iran and how the Trump administration’s hostility toward the country echoes the George W. Bush administration’s build-up for war in Iraq in 2003. Amy also shared stories from her early life as a journalist.

Listen below, on the Intercept website or on your favorite podcast app.

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