PBS NewsHour full episode Dec. 27, 2018

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Thursday on the NewsHour, breaking down the political statements President Trump made during his visit with troops in Iraq. Also: Inside the last rebel holdout in Syria, the cultural impact of the #MeToo movement, how one city is working to decrease infant mortality, the economics and psychology of altruism and a poet on the plight of women enslaved by ISIS.

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