Warning: John Dybvig does try to contain himself, but there are a few swear-words used in his piece, so listen to this week's Letter from America at your own risk.
John Dybvig joins RadioLIVE's Graeme Hill to take a look at the latest from America.
Dybvig revisits the space movie about Neil Armstrong and the Apollo 11 moon landing and why on Earth (or the Moon) they wouldn’t want to show the US flag being unfurled on Tranquillity Base?
John says there’s a whole bunch of buttons people press in everyday USA life that do nothing whatsoever - other than make people FEEL like they’re doing something.
Graeme and John take a look at Trump’s phoney crowds and an “infiltrator” who was kicked out from a rally.
Then it's time for John’s thoughts on the New York Times scathing expose “Editorial” on the White House.
He also looks at Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Bob Woodward’s new book on a shambolic Oval Office where staffers hide things from the President.
Listen to the full audio with John Dybvig above.
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