Woke Watch: Teacher disciplined for saying the name of West African Country

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Andrew Neil is joined by Free Speech Nation host Andrew Doyle to discuss the case of a teacher who has come under fire for simply teaching his pupils the correct way to pronounce the country Niger.

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