CROSSROADS | With Tal Heinrich and David Shuster | Friday, December 7th 201848min
Part 1: President Trump is announcing his picks for both the Attorney General and the United Nations Ambassador. President Trump chooses William Barr, who served as General Attorney under the George H.W. Bush presidency in the 90s'. Trump also picked Heather Nauert to be the new US Ambassador to the United Nations. Meanwhile, Trump's chief of staff is reportedly set to reign. Part 2: The UN resolution condemning Hamas fails to pass the votes. Hamas claims victory on this fail with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas thanking the nations against the draft resolution and Israel sees the failed UN vote as a victory too, assuming that it's the first time they got a majority willing to condemn Hamas. Elsewhere, the Hezbollah agent taped on a tunnel video has been identified as Imad Azaladin Fahs. In France, anger grows over videos of French police holding students on their knees. Part 3: Many new developments have emerged from the Mueller Russia probe. Federal prosecutors in New York recommended a substantial term of imprisonment for Cohen while Mueller filing accuses Manafort of lying about his links with Russia. Meanwhile, two women that admitted being illegal immigrants step forward saying they worked for President Trump. Part 4: Anti-Semitism is on the rise around the globe, but some of the most recent attacks happened in New York. A report from i24NEWS Correspondent Arielle Hixson brings the words from victims and analysis on the anti-Semitic hate crime rise in New York. Meanwhile, heavy rain brings mudslides to California while Tyler Perry pays off $430k worth of layaways.