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With cops under fire, businesses destroyed, innocent civilians beaten and killed, where is the justice that well-meaning protesters were seeking for George Floyd? Glenn goes one on one with Blexit founder and “Blackout” author Candace Owens about what’s really driving the riots, white privilege in America, and why it sickens her that Floyd has become a martyr for Black America.

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Trudeau Pauses for More Than 20 Seconds When Asked About Trump’s Military Response

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians are watching what’s unfolding in the United States with “horror and consternation” and he paused for more than 20 seconds when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump and the use of tear gas against protesters for a photo opportunity.

Trudeau has long been careful not to poke Trump as Canada relies on the U.S. for 75 percent of exports.

But Trudeau dramatically paused and struggled to come up with the right words when asked about the military action’s against protesters in the U.S. Police violently broke up a peaceful and legal protest by several thousand people in Lafayette Park across from the White House ahead of a speech in the Rose Garden by Trump on Monday evening. The protesters had gathered following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis a week earlier.

Afterward, Trump strolled off the White House grounds and walked to the cleared Lafayette Park to make a surprise visit to St. John’s Church. Standing alone in front of cameras, he raised a Bible but didn’t mention Floyd, the church or the peaceful protesters police had just cleared away.

Trudeau went on to speak about discrimination against minorities in Canada.

“It is a time for us as Canadians to recognize that we, too, have our challenges, that black Canadians and racialized Canadians face discrimination as a lived reality every single day,” he said.

“We need to be allies in the fight against discrimination. We need to listen. We need to learn. And we need to work hard to fix,” he said.

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What Happens To Frequent Flyer Miles If An Airline Goes Bankrupt?

With U.S. passenger traffic down by 90%, airlines are desperate to fill seats and are offering big incentives to keep their most reliable customers loyal. But what happens to frequent flyer miles when almost no one is flying and can an airline loyalty program survive if an airline goes bankrupt?

For the cash-strapped traveler who dreams of sipping champagne in first class, a frequent flyer program is a must-have.

Airline loyalty programs offer passengers free flights, seat upgrades and access to elite business class lounges.  

They are also a massive revenue generator for U.S. airlines.

“It’s big money for these airlines, bigger even for a lot of airlines than all those baggage fees,” said Seth Kaplan, aviation analyst and principal with Kaplan Research. 

But this year, U.S. airline passenger travel tanked when the coronavirus pandemic shut down businesses and states enacted stay-at-home orders. Passenger traffic is down by 90% and more than half of U.S. passenger planes are parked.

“The challenge in the business right now is demand,” said Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian. “With all the stay-at-home orders and the challenges with respect to travel, it’s well documented we’re operating right now at less than 5% of a normal passenger load.” 

Frequent flyer programs are a lifeline for the nation’s air carriers. 

Airlines make money by selling billions of dollars worth of miles to hotels, car rental agencies and especially to their credit card partners.

Delta has a co-branded credit card with American Express. United Airlines has a 30-year credit card relationship with Chase Card Services. And American Airlines is partnered with Citi and Barclaycard. 

American also makes money off some rewards cards that aren’t branded, such as the popular Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Here’s how that works: The bank purchases miles from the airline and then issues those miles to the cardholder as a reward for spending.

While the terms of such agreements are generally not made public, Delta said it took in $4.1 billion from American Express in 2019, and the airline expects to increase that to $7 billion by 2023. 

In a February filing, United said it had agreed to a contract extension with Chase to 2029 that would increase cash flow in 2020 by $400 million. 

With U.S. passenger traffic down, airlines are offering big incentives to keep their most reliable customers loyal.

In April, Delta announced its SkyMiles Medallion members will be able to keep their current status through the end of 2021 and qualifying miles from 2020 would be rolled over to 2021. Medallion status is reserved for Delta SkyMiles’ most elite flyers and is earned through a combination of flying and spending.  

The carrier is also expanding other benefits, including the extension of travel vouchers and flight credits to SkyMiles members and Delta cardholders. The SkyMiles program has more than 92 million members worldwide.

United offered similar incentives for members of its MileagePlus program. The program’s top flyers who have attained Premier status will have their benefits extended through Jan. 31, 2022.  

American AAdvantage members who have achieved the program’s Elite status level will see reductions in status qualifications for 2020 and extended airport lounge membership for an additional six months. 

But with would-be passengers sheltering in place and fearful airplanes could be a breeding ground for Covid-19 infections, many are choosing to postpone travel. The situation begs the obvious question — do airline miles expire and will all these perks still be around when people choose to get back on planes?

United, JetBlue and Delta said the miles on their frequent flyer programs never expire. American said its miles expire after 18 months from the date of your most recent activity.  

“Your frequent flyer miles are safe during the pandemic,”  said Henry Harteveldt, travel industry analyst at Atmosphere Research Group. “Nothing’s going to happen to them.”

That is, of course, if an air carrier stays in business. Watch this video to find out more about what happens to frequent flyer miles if an airline files for bankruptcy.

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Chris Hayes On Floyd Protests: This Is What Trump’s America Has Wrought | All In | MSNBC

Chris Hayes: “There is no plan from the President…Not the pandemic. Not the economic crisis. Not the societal inequities. Not predatory policing. Not the protests in Minnesota. Nothing except to make it all worse.” Aired on 05/28/2020.
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The House voted to pass a pill that would fix a number of issues in the Paycheck Protection Program. CNBC’s Kate Rogers reports.

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What Does The Future Of Work Look Like In A Post-COVID-19 World? | NBC News NOW

As major companies begin to shift to a permanent remote workforce, small businesses are feeling pressure to adapt. NBC News’ Jacob Ward takes a look at the potential for the future of the workplace.
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