Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for April 7, 2020

Unsportsmanlike... The Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey, has received more than 100 complaints about the unsportsmanlike business conduct of The Boston Sports Clubs during the pandemic. It seems the athletic club has continued to collect monthly fees even though they closed all their gyms weeks ago because of the Coronavirus. They also terminated thousands of employees. Maura Healey will be joining Dan to discuss how she is attempting to negotiate a settlement and has sent a demand letter ordering the company to allow members to cancel by e-mail or phone without incurring penalties.

Should He or Shouldn’t He? After saying he agreed with the Secretary of the Navy's decision to relieve the captain of the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt, the President now says he will look into it because he does not want to fire a guy for having a bad day. Should the President interfere with the Navy's decision to remove Captain Crozier for writing a 5-page memo on the condition of his crew that became public?

China: What Did They Know and When Did They Know It? White House business advisor Peter Navarro says China knew two months before it was public about the COVID-19 contagion and used that time to buy the world's supply of medical masks. Has China tried to use the pandemic it created, to its own advantage? Do they now owe the rest of the world an apology and their assistance?

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