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President Trump announced that he has selected the Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs, Robert O’Brien to be the new National Security Adviser. O’Brien will be the fourth person to hold the job in Trump’s first term. The president thinks he will be a good pick because he has been successful at getting hostages released from abroad. Alayna Treene, reporter for Axios, joins us for what to know about Trump’s new pick.
Next, a company called Digital Recognition Network has built a private, nationwide surveillance database that could potentially track the movements of car owners over long periods of time. This network is built on the backs of repo men equipped with cameras that scan the license plates of every car they drive by and then add it to a searchable database accessible to private investigators, repo agents, and insurance companies. Joseph Cox, senior writer at Vice’s Motherboard, joins us to talk about DRN and how well it works,
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