Tonight, author of Hugo Chavez: Oil, Politics, and the Challenge to the U.S., Nikolas Kozloff.
Jon begins the show tonight going live from Baghdad to the show's two Senior Baghdad Correspondent's, Rob Riggle & Aasif Mandvi in a segment called "Operation Silent Thunder". The two correspondent's compete to prove who really is in Iraq. Riggle prevails and ends the segment showing us some of his experiences in Iraq.
Jon then reports on the Democrats, who for the 27th time meet to debate in a continuing show segment, "Clusterf@#k to the White House". Some of the big highlights was the fly landing on Sen. Chris Dodd's head and the camera's intense focus on Dennis Kucinich's very attractive wife, even when Kucinich wasn't speaking.
Finally, Jon reports on Hugo Chavez who is consolodating his power by attempting to eliminate presidential term limits, silencing a television channel which is critical of his policies, and buying $3 billion worth of weapons in case the U.S. invades.
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