Donald Trump, President Trump, Iran discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Write down on toll free telephone number's eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of this extravaganza. Yeah. I know all eyes are on the Middle East. And I know how the media is playing. You know, the media, if Donald Trump, I said, this, it'd be cured cancer they'd criticize them gave every American millions of dollars. They criticize them look at creepy crazy, you know, sleepy, uncle Joe and, you know, he's got some real racial issues. I don't write my whole life. Your whole life is the problem and we'll get to that a few minutes later today. But of course, we're all eyes are on the Middle East. We now have had two incidences one involving the shooting down in international waters of a drone in American drone by Iran. And then, of course, earlier in the Gulf Oman, you had the two tankers. That were hit by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. And we have all that evidence to, and I know a lot of people expected to lose canon, Donald Trump to race out there and, and go out and bomb them to smithereens. Oh, I think E responses coming, by the way. No doubt a response responses coming, but it will be on his time now, one thing that the president, I think, has been right on, and I remember this was this was my personal relationship with, with Donald Trump long before he was thinking of running for office, but he was fully engaged. He never liked the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. And he would say, why are we there? Why are we there? Why are we there? And I said, well, you know, I felt after nine eleven we had to it is just one of those moments where you, you know it just called for it. The worst attack on history. Now we've learned a lot since then inasmuch as an even as a supporter of the conflict, and certainly the surge was painful and difficult than what really pissed me off. On one hand, you know, we were not ready in terms of we didn't have the military readiness. We didn't even have an again. We didn't know this at the time early on. We didn't have up armored humvees on my, what these kids are getting a legs blown off and, and their faces disfigured, and their arms blown off and we're not protecting our own kids it. Drove me nuts then. Yeah, we got to Baghdad quickly and that part of the mission was accomplished and the media made such a big deal about that. But just think and remember how politicized that war became I mean, it was, you know, Mitch McConnell telling then president, by the way. Then President Bush that. No, we're not going to do the surge. We're going to start it but not finish it now to the president's credit. He has used all of the new technologies that we have available and hang on to write something. Okay. Anyway. So we got I think the answer is a new technology because after Vietnam and you lose fifty eight thousand kids, all slowdown per second. Fifty eight thousand American kids. That's our national treasure. That is, you know, I know that America has paid the price for freedom. The blood, the toil, the sweat the tears. We have been we've even taken on the financial burden to keep the world safe. We don't get credit from many parts of the world. But it's been you know, there's never been berry Farber a country that has accumulated more power abused less than the United States of America. Ed Sean Hannity never been a country in the history of man. That is a cumulated more power and used it for the advancement of the human condition more than the United States. And Colin Powell, he often said this, you know, we don't ask we don't conquer, we don't take lands that at the most, we might ask for Normandy, for example. A plot to bury our dead that went to fight to free Europe from the clutches of, of Nazism and fascism. You know, it's hard for good people to know that there's evil, but you can see it, you know, maybe most of you're so busy in your daily lives on the by what understand it completely. Life is busy. Life is tough. Life is hard. And you get up in the morning, and you shovel some coffee down your throat and you hope you kids getting dressed for school and getting off to the school bus or maybe you drive them yourself. Whatever it happens to be. And then you're racing the work and then you get to work and you're ready behind the eight ball and he had this meeting in this presentation. And you got this to do and you got, let's see. Oh I gotta finish this job. I promise the homeowner I'd be done in a week and I have two weeks worth of work. And I really got it. Now, I'm working eighteen hours a day, and then you go home. If your kids are asleep. Okay, you don't see them or you've help them with their homework. You feed them. And you get into bed. You try and read a book to them in your eyes fallen asleep, you know, fallen down because you're dead tired from the day, and then you, you get up the next morning. And it's like groundhog day, you do it day in and day day in and day out. There is a grind aspect to life. Now on the other hand, if you had to get up every day, and you had nothing to do it may sound appealing while you're in the middle of the grind that represents real life for real people. But I can't think of anything worse than waking up and having nothing to do, except turning on the TV and watch, you know, Maury Povich say you are not the father are not the, you know, it's ridiculous. By the way, and then he acts like he's so compassionate. Oh, I know you thought he was the father, don't worry, we'll test the next guy, and if it's not him, we'll text the next guy for you. I find it so exploitive to be blunt, just horrible. Well, we'll get you counseling. No, this is not about this is about well, we'll fly to New York, we'll give you big hotel room. You can ride in a limousine. And you know, we're really going to try and exploit you and make fun of you story. And then five years from now, you're gonna feel embarrassed that you ever did this. It's terrible. Well, you know, but we need every human being. I think these purpose that said many times, the Latin derivative of education is ado, creates bring forth, from within that presupposes is predicated on the belief that the I really have in my heart, which is that every single one of us were created by a living God with talent and ability. And if that talent is in us than if we live in a good environment and we're given love and an atmosphere, where we can bring the talents to fruition. Wow, people will benefit from our service, everybody works in the service industry in some way, shape or form. I mean, you know, every job I've ever done as a service job dishwashing, obviously cooking, obviously, making dinner bussing tables cleaning up, you know, then waiting tables. Giving a good dining experience the people that, you know, want to have a good night out on the town and have some fun and tending bar was kind of a good time for me, because people haven't found until how could you not have fun? Maybe too much fun. I had at that age tender age of seventeen yes. Even before the legal drinking age, and, but life is hard. But you but you know what? We're all in the service business right now. We're in the news and information entertainment business. I've said this many times. Well, I'm a member of the press. I am a member of the press. This is what we do. I work on a news channel. I work on a radio station and, you know, for example, there are many nights, and we did part of this during the show last night. We just gave out information. There are plenty of interviews hundreds of hours. I could produce radio TV. We do straight interviews in other words, no opinion. Just okay. What, what's the news of the day? What happened that the school shooting, God forbid, what happened in Newark? Orleans. What happened in Afghanistan when I happened in Iraq, where the those are not strong opinion nights, and then we do investigative reporting, the whole deep state we which we've been involved in now for well over two years. We'll vet Obama just like we're vetting Biden, and all the other, you know, democratic socialist radical extremists that want to be president and take on Trump could look to any of them, but, you know, so we do investigative reporting, we do straight reporting, we don't hide the fact that I am a conservative conservative, Donald Trump's economy's good, because he applied conservative principles limited government, ending burdensome bureaucracy, the biggest tax cuts in history, and on leash ING, the energy explosion, which has now brought us to the point where seventy five years for the first time, we are energy, independent, which the timing couldn't be any better with everything that is happening in the straits. A hormone. News and Oman, and what Iran is doing in the saber rattling. And the only reason all of that is happening is because Donald Trump is not an appeaser, like Bill Clinton appeased, Kim Jong UN's father, Kim Jong Il and, and tried to bribe him out of nuclear is a good deal for the American people. I'm going to be saving secured, you promised now. No one nuclear weapons. Yeah. Great. They have nuclear weapons. Or the Biden Obama, you know, bribery of mullah's of in Iran appeasement, again, and they drop one hundred and fifty billion in cash and other currency on the tarmacs for radical mullah's that are committed to the, the idiocy the insanity the ideology, the theocracy of you either converter die, and they're willing to strap bombs on their own kids and practice and promise them, you know, virgins in heaven. If they kill innocent men, women, and children, especially Americans are Jews. This is a real clear present danger for the world. One hundred million human souls, were murdered in the last century, we see evil every day for those of you that don't read the newspaper, you read about, oh, rape of young kids, what one of the things that drives me nuts about not securing our border is the human trafficking aspect of things. We've we now have chronicled. We've interviewed these people that have worked fifteen years at the border, and these human smuggling rings of teen young teenage girls that are sex trafficked into, you know, states like New York where they're rape thirty or forty times a day. That's happening in the world, we live in evil before our eyes. Well, it would be smart to secure the border. It'd be smart to secure the border when seventy when ninety percent of the heroin in this country comes across that border now fit all coming across that border. It'd be smart to do that, too. The cartels, the gangs, and of course and a two year period, four thousand homicides, and then you've got thirty thousand violent sexual assaults, and then you got one hundred thousand violent assaults by illegal immigrant, criminals. Well, it'd be smart, if we could vet people.

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