VIDEO: Former Fighter Pilot Missy Cummings Visits THE DAILY SHOW
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In this exclusive, unedited interview, on last night's THE DAILY SHOW, MIT professor and former fighter pilot Missy Cummings disputes the popular dystopian vision of drone warfare. Check it out below!
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