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"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on KGO 810
"On kgo 8 10. This'd is CBS. I in the world. I'm John Bachelor. I welcome John Bolton, Ambassador John Bolton, Ambassador to the United Nations and the Bush administration, National Security Advisor and the Trump Administration, writing most recently at The Washington Post, about There's a reef tapes. If you haven't heard you will soon that the foreign minister of Tehran were told seven hours of oral history leaked somehow by someone. There are reasons to believe it was internally league. And these are revelations that air surprising not the least of them involved John Kerry. But Mr Bolton John Bolton is writing about what we've learned about the reef and what he didn't know what he didn't know. About his own government, John A. Very good evening to you. I love the irony in your observation that nobody in Washington can be surprised at this. The Defense Department doesn't know what the State Department's doesn't know what the Commerce Department doesn't know what the White House is. So this is normal, big government, but You discern that Mr Zarif, in some fashion didn't know major portions of his own government or their secrets within secrets. Is that what we're learning John? Good evening to you. Well, good evening. Yeah, I said, this is very important. Not just is a matter of political science looking at the government of Iran, although that could that could take a lot of effort because it's so fascinating, an intricate, but the fact that control of Iranian government policy on nuclear weapons does not lie with the diplomats or the civilian side of the Iranian government under the supreme leader, the Ayatollah Khamenei. Real control of this issue wise with the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. The IRGC, which runs the nuclear weapons program, runs the Ballistic Missile program runs. Control of terrorist operations World ride and is running conventional military activities across the Middle East. So our people are talking to Iranian diplomats who don't know the full scope of what the IRGC and the supreme leader or up to or what their real goals are. And even since the publication of this bed that you referred to We have a speech by the Supreme leader that essentially confirms that he looks at to the could force the external arm of the Revolutionary Guards Azi the real backbone of of Iranian diplomacy in the region. So this is we're at a critical moment here as the Biden administration determined To go back into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran negotiated by Barack Obama. It was a Huge mistake for the United States. But Obama, Obama thought this was the greatest achievement of his second term. Biden wants to get back into it, and we're making a deal with people in Iran who don't know what's happening to their own governments nuclear program. Therefore, what I take it is that we won't know. If we do a deal if Mr Biden does the deal with Iran, we won't know whether we're doing the deal with somebody who's in charge or has full information or and you use the word trust. If you trust the diplomats, does that mean at the same time you trust the military you trust the out could there would be no way of knowing. Right? No, I don't think we have any basis to trust the Iranian government in present circumstances anyway. But the advocates of in the Biden administration of going back into the deal say no, no, no, Don't worry. We've got all these verification mechanisms built in for the International Atomic Energy Agency. So that's where they say trust but verify, But the idea is not a spy agency. You know, Intelligence doesn't flow from the IAEA to member governments. It's really quite the opposite. We give Israel gives United Kingdom gives we get help and information to the IAEA that they then used to confront rogue states. They don't generate that information on their own. And as I point out in the article, the IAEA is not exactly up to the job of monitoring events in Iran or any significant country. It's compared to our intelligence community. That's where our real protection and insurance is. If U. S intelligence community can't find evidence of Iranian violations were we shouldn't expect the IAEA to do it, which has a budget and annual budget roughly 6/10 of 1% of the total U. S. Intelligence budget note. Nobody looking at those numbers with delegate The security of the United States to an international agency versus our own capabilities. There is speculation that Mr Zarif is running for presidency. Mr Rouhani is term limited out. He has denied it. And yet, John, we I want to entertain the possibility that this is a presidential Contention to advance himself is the moderate saying he didn't know what Scylla money custom. Salamoni, the late, brutal leader of the AL codes for us was up to he didn't know about The air flights into Syria. Is it possible that he's presenting himself as a as a halfway point between the hard liners and Washington and doing it in the course of these tapes? Well, you know, it's always possible that he's thinking of life after being foreign minister when he can. He can enjoy the cocktail hour and have a glass of sherry at Oxford or Cambridge or Harvard, Yale, where he'll undoubtedly get Professorial appointment, but I think he may have outsmarted himself this time, and the more likely outcome is that his 10 years foreign minister is dramatically shorten the in these upcoming presidential elections. It's not at all clear here, he'll even be allowed to run. And one would have to bet that the next president who after all is number two in Iran may be number three number two after the Supreme leader and maybe number three after the head of the Revolutionary Guards that that new president's going to get a new foreign minister as well. The negotiation with Iran. Far more important than misters, the reefs fade as you say in your article right now, John. There's reason to believe that Iran is working with the its allies Russia being one of them and others. To provoke to stab at two in some way insight. The Biden administration I incidents in the Gulf incidents in the eastern Mediterranean on you mentioned other incidents that have happened over this time. Do you believe they're testing the Biden administration? Quite aside from Mr Zarif Stapes is that eyes that how to read these provocations? Yeah, I think what they're doing is raising the stakes in the negotiations about Biden coming back into the nuclear deal..
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Talked about how they're always been fat and happy and drinking wine and they had to stop eating after well because the food was so abundant while they were starving millions of people quite literally to death and Ukraine, and they still have that Pulitzer Prize on their wall in the hallway at the New York Times, so you can visit it. And they don't care whether it was all a lie. They the Pulitzer Committee doesn't care either. And apparently, the Peabody committee doesn't carry the But never mind that So now The New York Times is telling us this and it's some aides were talking about imposing martial law. I very seriously doubt that That would be incredibly stupid. You would lose every person that support you in the first place. But never mind that because that Z just our media and with that, let's get to a little of the audio because Ambassador John Bolton, who left the White House work for President Trump for a period of time. And then he left and obviously everybody had a bad taste in their mouth about the relationship. And John Bolton, Ambassador Bolton who I've met my like that. I've been here for 21, and they, John Bolton was on CNN yesterday he was on CNN. And of course, they had to ask about the that martial law because Marshall is coming because Trump you know and again. There were people on the Internet four years ago, saying Obama was going to impose martial law and not allow not leave the White House instead. And it's it's the same thing. I've seen this movie just dial down the stupid witch. But here's Ambassador John Bolton, no longer a friend of President Trump's to be sure. I'm CNN being asked about the he doesn't like President Trump big time. There's a theory out there. I know that Trump is getting worse is January the 20th approaches? No, it's not. It's the same behavior repeated over and over again. Let's let's take the idea of putting military capabilities into the swing states and running the election again. Look, there's a difference between incompetence and malevolence. What's that best case? This is in Competence. He's unfit for the job. I don't think he's ever read the Constitution. If he has, he clearly doesn't understand it. And if he did understand it at one point, he's forgotten it that that's why the burden again and again falls on senior advisers pushing back and rain in and I would just suggest, since there are a lot of members of Congress up on the hill, particularly Republicans. This would be a good night to talk about the Constitution and why the president can't invoke martial law that is the longest two Republican has ever been allowed to speak on CNN without being interrupted by one of the anchors. And it's because he was attacking and flaying President Trump with lots of mean comments so naturally sitting there with Wolf Blitzer Wolf sat in silence, and it's so while he's saying what CNN wants him to say, saying what we want him to say. So there is no interruption. Now. If you deviate from the Democrat Party talking points, then you're interrupted immediately on DA. Honestly, this martial law thing is anonymous. It once again, more phony baloney Anonymous sources from inside the White House to the New York Times and CNN. Oh, and The Wall Street Journal. I don't pretend that Wall Street Journal is a conservative newspaper. And they chased The New York Times because it's the head of the centipede and CNN has just a pair of legs behind the head and The Wall Street Journal. For that matter is another pair of legs. Ambassador Bolton Look, this is appalling. There's no truth to describe it and say it's true believable almost serves unbelievably lately without precedent, but I think it's important, really understand fake reports just another day at the office at the Oval, This is just another day at the office. Yeah, sure. That's because that's what's going on here. Yeah. Trump denied reports about Friday's meeting in a tweet shortly after midnight on Saturday, saying martial law equals fake news. But that doesn't matter. The media just keeps going with it. Just more knowing knowingly bad reporting the president tweeted so, he said. It's completely fake and it's just It's just absolutely ridiculous that they're that they're peddling this, that there pimping this that they're trying to. Strike terror into the hearts of Americans, which they do quite constantly. It's that's what our media does. They don't report the news. They don't tell the truth. They don't help us engaged in a well informed public debate on the great issues of our day. They just lie and deceive and set things on fire and carry the Democrats water for them and attack Republicans unless the Republican is attacking Republicans, in which case you can have all the time you need. Ambassador Bolton and And that's what you get at CNN, So the New York Times and CNN and they And they just put it out there, and it's denied repeatedly by the president on the record by name, and they just keep talking about it like it's real Michael Marshall Law equals fake news just more knowingly bad reporting. Several senior military officers had made clear they would take no part in any effort to overturn the election. Blah blah blah. The Army secretary Ryan McCarthy said There is no role for the U. S military in determining the outcome of an American election. Obviously This was not yet a banana republic, but Joe Biden may take over soon. Then we're in trouble. Trump, in any case would need congressional approval to invoke martial law..
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is all things considered from NPR news on Michelle Martin. Are we better off than we were four years ago? That is the question we normally ask ourselves when the president seeks reelection. So we've been asking people with deep expertise and different subjects in different perspectives to answer this question, and we're going to begin today's program by putting it to Ambassador John Bolton. He served as U. S ambassador to the United Nations, among other high level posts and Republican administrations. Then in 2018 to 2019, he served as national security adviser to President Donald Trump. But his departure from this White House came as did that of many others with unpleasantness, which he recounts along with his broader perspective on how the Trump administration operates in his memoir, the Room where it happened. Which came out earlier this year. We want to mention that we caught up with Ambassador Bolton yesterday. We were expecting to discuss a wide range of issues with him, however, due to technical issues in limited time. Ambassador Bone abruptly ended the interview before I could pose follow up questions. So we're airing what we could cover, beginning with the central question Driving the segment. Is America safer than it was four years ago? I think. Unfortunately, it's not safe for which is not to say that. There haven't been some important positive decisions made in some important accomplishments, like a dramatic increase in the budget for the Department of Defense. Over the painfully low levels of the Obama years on, there have been a number of decisions that I think have been AH, entirely correct getting out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran getting out of the I A and F treaty. The trouble is, there has been no overarching strategy in the Trump Administration so that the Siri's of decisions that have been made really have not followed a pattern that leads us over a sustained period of time to a stronger position internationally. Ah, and I think that is a a fundamental failing in the administration's approach that contributes to the general conclusion netted out across All the different issue areas that were not in a stronger position today than we were when the administration took office. I want to dig into Iran a bit more. But what would you say is the chief area of weakness? What is the area that That stands out to you as an example of why we are not safe. Is it? Is it the general lack of coherence? Is it the inability of, say allies to sort of trust where the U. S is going to rely on their support and Traditional allies. Would it be that or is it something else? Something specific at the strategic level? They're two main threats to the United States. One is China, the others Russia because of their nuclear capabilities, among other things, but in China's case, because it is The existential question that faces the United States in the 21st century and with respect to both of those countries, we have no strategy. Just take China's an example. For three years, The president tried to make a trade deal with China with the advent of the Corona virus. He's taken a harder line because China's concealed what the origins of the disease word what its effects were. But after the election if the president prevails, he could easily junk the sanctions and the terrorists go right back to looking for the big trade deal. Ah, all purely based on his own gut instinct. There are other examples of this are the nonproliferation strategy, for example, with respect to Iran and North Korea have produced positive results in neither of those cases, the threat of international terrorism. Not only remains, but with the president's failed agreement in Afghanistan liable to bring the Taliban back to power. I think we're actually regressing there. So so these are all problems that that are Accentuated by the president's ad hoc, almost random decision making a Zeiss say it produces decisions that I do agree with from time to time, but it does not produce a coherent, effective sustained policy, which is what you need to be successful in national security. And I'd love to talk more about China. But I do want to talk about the current pandemic in 2018. The Washington Post reported that Rear Admiral Timothy Zimmer, the NSC official in charge of the country's pandemic response left under your watch. This was part of a restructuring. That you organized in his departure quote, according to the Post reporting an other subsequent reporting meant that no senior administration official is now focused solely on global health security. What was your vision for that? I mean, did you not see biological threats as a priority? What was meant to replace it? It was precisely because I saw a biological threats is a priority that I combined that director it with the director dealing with weapons of mass destruction, which include nuclear and chemical weapons. And biological weapons, I felt that would actually strengthen the city's ability to deal with potential pandemics on in fact, as was reported later by The New York Times in April of this year. It was in early January. That NSC staff first raised the threat of the Corona virus pandemic and his Bob Woodward reported in his book. It was My successor, his national security advisor and his deputy. Who raised with Trump in late January of this year, the threat of the Corona virus pandemic, So in fact, I would say with all due modesty, I think the streamlining reform worked, and it was the NSC along with the Centers for Disease Control. Very early on very early on that raised the potential danger of the pandemic. The problem was not the boxes and lines in the staff of the National Security Council. The problem was the empty chair behind the resolute desk in the Oval Office. The president didn't want to hear. Anything bad about his friend Ji Jin ping Anything that might adversely affect the trade deal. He was trying to negotiate with China or most importantly, of all, anything that might adversely affect the U. S. Economy his ticket to re election That was Ambassador John Bolton, former national security adviser under President Donald Trump. NPR has.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And of course you can enjoy the poor porch Gordon Garden brother and Chesapeake hospitality and dinner. The Tidewater grille right there on the Susquehanna great food. Great views are contested A John in Lutherville. Good morning, John. Would you like to go 1st 2nd or last? Ah Good luck to you Hear your stories. Goodyear has the slightest look down from the tire company Diversity training, which says that brands like Blue lives matter. All lives matter and Megha. Attire are unacceptable. However, black lives matter and LGBT slogans are acceptable. You could wear them while you're working for Goodyear Story to tonight's mystery Republican speaker at the DNC has now finally been learned. Former national security adviser and Ambassador John Bolton. We'll speak of tonight's convention is coming up for John Kasich and Colin Powell spoken to previously nights. Bolton expected to speak around 10 PM this evening. Story. Three. LeBron James and Ellie Lakers troll President Trump by wearing red caps of Perry did parenting rather the famous megabrand instead of make America great again. It had a reference to Briana Taylor on Of course, I was a young girl that was killed in Louisville, Kentucky, and said, Make America great by arresting those who killed Story. One.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on Kickass News
"Well I tried to learn a little bit from the experience, my predecessors and others who had been in the White House It was clear that the he didn't listen to long briefings. He certainly didn't read anything at length. It wasn't in a newspaper like the New York Post He He. He didn't like complex intelligence briefings met many of the briefings were taken up with him talking not the intelligence briefer so I tried to adjust to that personnel. For example, many who recommended well sitting down in the situation room and having long. Meetings so he'll be brought to the right decision just doesn't work. That doesn't work like that. So, I tried to give him what I thought were critical facts I tried to make sure he knew what the options were, but it was very very difficult to do anything in a systematic fashion. You've said that we owe a lot of gratitude to vice president pence for the work that he didn't private with the president when someone needed to talk. The president out of his worst instincts was Pinson usually the one who filled that role. Does the president respect him enough to actually take counsel seriously. Well I don't WanNa get vice president pence into any more trouble than probably already putting you know he He has fulfilled the classic role of Vice President unlike the other advisors hands resigned I mean he was elected as well and he's there for four years. At, nor nor did he say you know I spoke to the president primarily I think he's not that kind of man either a lot of what he did. We may never know in full but I I do think the president understood that when Vice President spoke to him, privately was speaking with. The president's own best interests were and I. think that had a significant impact. And oftentimes the president appears to lack a coherent policy on a number of issues for instance one day he's threatening fire and Fury Korea, and then he's proclaiming that he and Kim Jong, UN or quote unquote in love, there are plenty of examples of him contradicting the official State Department stance on NATO and other issues and yet trump's defenders love to say that trump is playing three dimensional chess, and it's all part of some scheme that the rest of us just aren't smart enough to understand, and they often point to Richard Nixon and the so-called. Theory of diplomacy that he's supposedly deliberately irrational and Dick able to put our adversaries on their heels, or to dissuade them from any aggressive moves for fear of provoking this highly volatile president. Did. You see any evidence of a grand strategy that guides all the tweet storms, the erotic behavior and policies that seemingly change.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on Kickass News
"As President Trump's national security advisor John Bolton spent many of his four hundred fifty three days in the room where it happened, which also happens to be the title of his new book, the room where it happened a White House memoir in the book he shows the president. Addicted to chaos, who embraced our enemies, and spurned our friends was deeply suspicious of his own government, and for whom getting reelected, was the only thing that mattered even if it meant endangering or weakening the nation. Almost from its inception, the book touched off a war of words between the president and his former advisor with trump, denouncing Bolton as a traitor, threatening to throw him in prison, and alternately claiming that Bolton's memoir is full of lies and or classified information but John Bolton says the facts speak for themselves and today Ambassador Bolton joins me on the show to reveal what he witnessed during his seventeen tumultuous months in the trump White House we talk about President Trump's bizarre obsession with authoritarian strongmen and his. His overall lack of interest in advancing freedom and human rights olten reveals how he reacted to trump's eagerness to meet with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Hoon, why the second North Korea summit was put together so hastily, and what took place behind closed doors in trump's infamous one on one meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. He says the president rarely ever reads recalls his frustrations at trying to educate trump about history and foreign policy and opens up about the numerous times. He considered resigning as trump's. Security Advisor before he finally reached his breaking point less, he weighs in on whether trump would willingly step down if defeated in November. Coming up with Ambassador John Bolton in just a moment. John.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Prosper together. Which white the eyes in our great president won this about Bolton and the generals that we have today. Welcome to the savage nation. He wonders about the military industrial complex. Bolton. As a neo con. Supported by Hannity, supported by limbo, supported by squeaky for years, squeaky supported him. How did he supported him limp or supported him now they will making believe they're against Bolton. But I, on the other hand being someone who the president says has street smarts. We tested that slimeball piece of crap from the minute I saw him and I warned Donald Trump. As I'm sitting here today in front of this microphone. In December of 2016. Shortly after the president had won the election. I happen to be at Mar A Lago invited me over to the table. We shoot everyone away and we talked about a lot of things and one of the things I can divulge to you. Bolton was circling the buffet from the outer perimeter. At that time, he was a loser, a flop. Cast away on a bum muka. Nobody And the mustache. The walrus was in the outer perimeters. He couldn't even get the leftover meatballs that to help rejected. And Trump said to me, what do you think about nicely? What shot from You Just think you got us into Iraq. But then he was lobby. Lobbied by Hannity squeaking limbo. They all said he was a great guy, and the rest is history. And now, of course, Bolton stabbed him in the back. With a book out of work. US Ambassador John Bolton. He's you Don't know who he is. Most people never heard of him. He's everywhere on television, mainly on the girlie show on Fox News. He's a little guy looks like a walrus. He has an outdated walrus like mustache. That's very un comely. And it kind of makes me a creep factor. Never less already ever to each his own. I have a beard. So if he likes to have a walrus like beard, I don't get it. I'm just identified. So, John, would you like to put on a uniform and lead the troops in the charge against Russia? I mean, you should lead by example, John. I mean, you're calling for some kind of action, aren't you? John is that it's sitting on your little behind in a studio. Or in your house in Washington. Where ever you may live, John, why don't you go back? Take a position in the U. S military. You must have some friends there. Put a uniform on and lead the charge. Go to Ukraine fight with the with the Ukrainians. And lead a charge against the separatist John lead by example, as they do in Israel now for anyone to call you, Ambassador John Bolton is sickening. You never worried, Ambassador. You always were an embarrassment, not an ambassador. The day JJ Bolton starts his job. As the new national Security Advisor. War with Russia looms. Can you believe it? I want you. I said to you, Bolton was a warmonger. Neo con who he is, don't you Walrus was there waiting in the outer rings for two years now? Mar a Lago. He was circling the outer ring didn't even get any of the buffet. He was in the outer ring circling, circling, circling, circling. Now they give him the job. Bingo or a war ready with Russia. And I ran.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Calcium dot com and on iTunes before I get to a couple of clips from Hong Kong, and this is a big story that's going very much unnoticed. Let's talk to Jim, who has a comment about my Conversation with Ambassador John Bolton. Jim welcome. W L Sir. Go ahead. God bless America. Happy Fourth of July. Just curious. I enjoy your show. But Nothing came up with Mr Bolton about classified information and the conjecture that perhaps he's a bit of a traitor to tell stories out of whatever what was labeled. His book The Room had happened in that room is confidential. And maybe one of us should be aired in public for maybe a couple of years until this blows over When I think of that here, Well, number one. I'll address your first question. I didn't ask you about these so called classified information that's in the book because I don't know what's true in the book. And I don't know if there's classified information in there What is and what isn't I don't know what's true in the book. He knows what he wrote. The president knows what he said. So they can sort it out. And so I could. I could take one position. Say Oh, you're a traitor. I would never use that word by the way, but you're breaking your oath or your non disclosure agreement or what have you by putting us in the book, But I don't know for a fact that is or isn't true and As far as writing a tell all book. I asked him, I said you regret taking the jobs said No because I wanted to serve my country. We talked about Donald Trump. Not so much. I didn't say. Do you think he's fit for office? Because some other people have already asked him that question, But he wanted the book out now to answer the question, I guess. Do you want to re elect Donald Trump or not? Based on his book and others good and bad? And and secondly, he wanted obviously get it out for his own purposes. I don't know if he's going to make a dime off the book and to your point About the non disclosure Erich Segal, the Supreme Court expert that we had on the professor from Georgia State, he thinks John Bull may lose that battle. Because it's a legal argument, not a first Amendment issue. So those are my answers to you, Jim. Thank you very much. John. Just also say thanks a lot for August. Russo heads up about the outfit and Gangsters and two good books, but it's taken my summer reading out. Yeah, that's a tome, isn't it? That's a commitment when my dad was a cop, like My grandfather was killed in the line of duty in Chicago. So I heard those stories growing up and It. It's it's amazing book and thank you that Gus Russo book It's called the outfit. John Kass turned me onto that book, by the way, What we We're talking years ago, and there's a follow up book that deals with A guy named Sidney Korshak, who essentially was on the West Coast as an entertainment attorney. Yeah, Yeah, He was an attorney, and, ah, that that's another, You know, 600 page commitment, but that's fascinating, too. And a certain president of states. Makes AH Brief brief appearance in that book because he was working for and you know the company that Korshak represented at that time. That was Reagan when he was what he was an actor. Not that there's any nefarious there. No allegations about that. But that's a great book, too. So check that one too. What's that guy was about Korshak was a boxing champ two in college. Batteries, I believe. And how about that? Murray Humphries lived in River City. Interesting eyes. Thank you. Take care. Will Ripley, one of the great things about being affiliated with the Western one as we have correspondents all over the world will. Ripley is a very good correspondent. He's based out of Hong Kong and the No Asia and he filed this report. I just watch here maybe three or four clubs time permitting here before we get to John. So there's new laws there, and when the Chinese the new laws in their territory of Hong Kong and make no mistake, it's their their territory now. It makes folks upset not surprisingly, acts.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"For a payday and still at the same time. Call yourself the self sacrificing patriot. Right now. I just I just please ask, Okay. The second question that I'll do what I can. We only have about 10 minutes with the ambassador, But we'll do what we can to get as much in his we can on I again. I didn't thank you for the call. And the suggestion again. I don't often do this. I don't. I don't often prayed before an interview, say, Hey, what questions yet, But I think that this is an interesting exercise because John Bolton And I just want to say, And this is one of those weird Washington D C things. I've never worked with John Bolton in government in the White House in the diplomatic sphere and national security here. I don't have first round relationship with him. In that way. I have a firsthand relationship with him in the media. I have known him as a media figure I have. I have done media events with him and appearances with him, and I've always gotten along with them. I find them to be a affable, cordial individual, which is very different than people who have worked with him and those Other spheres. People who work with him and those other spheres have very, very different opinions of him. A cz, Bret Bear said the other day in his interview. Basically, everyone you've worked with has something bad to say about you. What's the common denominator? It's U S. O. I'm tourney because I do have a good, cordial relationship with a man and always have, But I try to have a good, cordial relationship with everybody that I come in contact with, But I vehemently disagree with his positions are certainly of late. With regard to the Trump administration and and disagreements with his tactics here, the timing of the book and and what appears to be the motives behind the book, and so, like I said, I don't often do this, but I think that it's he's a complex and fascinating Washington D C figure has been for years, and in many respects is my friend Ben Dominic wrote at the Federalist. He Embodies. He's John John Bolton is the perfect Washington man he embodies. D C. Politics and my daughter Ah, began reading the book began reading the room where it happened, and without making a political judgement one way the other because her politics to still be informed at her age. But just on appear outside observation, a ll, you know, nonjudgmental perspective. You know 12 chapters in The takeaway is wow. This this really shows DC for what it is. And in that vein, I find him to be fascinating. And I find the subject to be fascinating. Outside of my partisanship, which I wear on my sleeve, just in terms of commentary and a firsthand account of how things work in D. C. John Bolton represents so much Of what people don't like about this town. That's not meant to be anything personal. He's not alone. But but But this is the business that this town runs on. And John Bolton is definitely AH, well when it comes to the business of D. C. He's a company man. We'll get into a lot of that. And more of your questions for Ambassador John Bolton. I'm just taking your temperature on on what you think you'd like to know. As I interviewed John Bolton coming up in just one hour. In the meantime, we will check in with that Rodriguez..
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Remorse, Thank you, Tom. The so called Gang of Eight House and Senate leaders will be briefed by intelligence officials today about allegations that Russia paid the Taliban. Bounties to kill U. S military personnel in Afghanistan. Former U. S. Ambassador John Bolton on Bloomberg Surveillance just minutes ago, would not say whether he personally briefed the president on that Intel. But he does believe the president's evolving explanation about that controversy sends unwanted signals to Russia. What it tells the Russians is. We are in disarray on DH right for this kind of provocation, not just in Afghanistan, but in many, many other places around the world. And you can hear more of that interview with former U S Ambassador John Bolton on Bloomberg surveillance just minutes from now. Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden assailed Donald Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic yesterday, arguing the president has failed to protect Americans and exacerbated the crisis. Today we're facing a serious threat. We have to meet it. You have to meet it as one country. But the president gives no direction and he pits us against one another. As he laid out his plan to contain the virus and reopen the economy. He urged the president to adopt his proposals. Almost 90% of Americans say they're dissatisfied with the state of the country. A new Pew Research Center study shows 87% of Americans are dissatisfied and their unhappiness. Will reflect their political decisions going into the presidential election. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I maybe Morris, this is Bloomberg, Tom and Paul. It made me think so much of encouragement. S'mores there, folks with an update on the movable story right now Moving to the hill. The gang of eight briefing by the White House will give you perspective. Our conversation. With Ambassador Bolton will do that. Here in moments is a backdrop to that folks I really want to set up the two essays overnight is a general statement. One was from Leon Panetta. And the other from Susan Rice. They were extraordinary essays by former CIA and national security leaders about where we are in this debate. Whatever your politics are It's worth reading the heat from Leon Panetta and Susan Rice. John Bolton directly address and agreed with Susan Rice on the tone of her essay. You gonna be able to hear that here? In a few minutes. We need to take all of our team, particularly Craig Gordon and Kevin. So really in Washington for their support of that interview, we've got much more coming up here on economics, finance, investment and indeed.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WC. Welcome back, Kotter. Chuck Todd checked out as a little TV show. He inherited an institution and he ruined it. Really? Just did. He ruined Meet the press. Tim Russert. If you ever feel the ground rumble on a Sunday morning, it's not an earthquake or a truck driving by It is Tim Russert rolling over in his grave at whatever it is Chuck Todd is doing to meet the press and the legacy that Tim Russert left. This is going to be cut. Seven he had Ambassador John Bolton. On because why? Because John Bolton has a book attacking President Trump. So why wouldn't course Chuck Todd's gonna have him on? But that wasn't enough for good old Chucky, The Ginger Avenger. He had to go a little bit further, because these people they can't control themselves. They're crazy goes up to 12. It's not even just 11. It's the Trump Tourette's. And the second that somebody mentions Orange Man bad they just go absolutely crazy. Now you're dealing with somebody who wrote a whole book about how bad in a book that's having trouble standing up to scrutiny. By the way, but that doesn't matter. The hundreds of thousands of copies were sold going to be returnable. So John Bolton doesn't care. Listen, a question that Chuck Todd asked John Bolton. This question could only exist in the mind of a committed leftist in the mind. You would think a so called journalists like Chuck Would be aware of the news of the past. Three years, four years, right? You would think you think you might be the news director for NBC political director for NBC News and the host of Meet the Press. You would think they would follow the news. And therefore, when you hear this question, you think Wait a second. That's all been debunked, and in fact, it's even being exposed is an even bigger fraud. Now the of course I'm talking about the Russia hoax. Listen to Chuck Todd asked because there's a story going around that is now sort of falling apart. The Russians had put a bounty on American soldiers and coalition forces over in Afghanistan. They're paying the Taliban and Al Qaeda to kill American and coalition. Soldiers really got to ask yourself. These are committed jihadist who they really were They just thinking about going home. But now wait. I could get 500 bucks for killings. Now I'm going to go and do it. These air radicals. These are committed committed terrorists. You don't really need to financially incentivized. The White House says. That the president was never briefed on this. Neither was the vice president, they say, because the intelligence that they had about this was not reliable. Plausible. Does not matter to Chuck Todd. Chuck Todd can't bother with that He has a different reason is to why maybe President Trump doesn't care and doesn't care about anything. That Vladimir Putin might be to hear the story. Let's face it. Vladimir Putin can rig election inside of Russia in Reagan election He just one he's going to be able to stay in power until 2036. He'll be 83 years old. Joe Biden is cheering him along, going. See we young kids, we conduced. But he can get things done inside of Russia to think that somehow he's a bond villain outside the borders of Russia. That can move things around checked chess pieces. He's such an evil genius and my God, he won the election for Donald Trump. He's overthrowing regimes everywhere. Vladimir Putin is not really particularly stable inside of Russia. Russian economy is almost wholly dependent upon Oil prices when oil prices dropped his ability to hold onto power drop with it. It's very tenuous Grasp on power. But Chuck Todd Thinks that he is somebody the president needs to suck up to for a very specific reason that has been wildly debunked. Wildly and is currently continually being debunked as the Obama administration is exposed as having made this up manufactured this in order to hamper the Trump administration. That doesn't matter to Chuck. Maybe he doesn't follow the news. So here's Chuck Todd and John Bolton's answers pretty funny, too. Like John Bolton hates President Trump, and he can't even get on with this question. Cut seven. Go ahead. Let me ask you this. Do you think that part of the president is afraid to make Putin mad Because maybe Putin did help him win the election, and he doesn't want to make a match for 2020 Honestly, I don't think there's evidence for that. I don't think there's evidence for that, in Bolton's mind is probably on this isn't first of all. This isn't about my books. We're wasting my time. Secondly, What the hell's wrong with you? Chuck? Where have you been? The last The Mueller investigation. Bupkis? Nothing. No collusion whatsoever. All the revelations. Since then, when Ric Grenell was your acting director of national intelligence showing that this entire Russia Gate thing was cooked up inside the Oval Office. To get Flynn to hamper. The Trump Administration. The peaceful transition of power was not a top priority with the Obama administration wants Hillary Clinton was not the winner. And here they are. Chuck Todd, do not follow the news, Chuck anything is he afraid of Vladimir Putin because maybe Putin helped him win 2016 and he's afraid he won't help him in 2020 They'll check. That's the damn stupidest question I've ever heard. And I'm surprised that you make seven figures a year doing that sort of stupidity on national television. Under the guise of journalism. I bid you Good day. That should have been a course. John Bolton is there to sell books? He doesn't give a damn how wrong Chuck Todd is, but that should have been a normal person's reaction..
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WTOP
"Degrees seventy nine in Suitland seven nine in Largo already some are seven fifty one now acting homeland security secretary Chad wolf says states are safely re opening from the coronavirus lockdown on CBS's face the nation wolf was asked about president trump's comment at last night's rally that he wanted to see a slowdown in corona virus testing I think that what you see what you heard from the president was frustration frustration in the sense of that we are testing I believe we've tested over twenty five million Americans we've tested more than any other country in this world instead the process and others all they want to focus on is an increasing case count cases are rising in Oklahoma where president trump at a rally in Tulsa the same day the state health department reported more than three hundred new cases wolf says with Oklahoma in phase three of re opening activities like the rally are allowed public health experts say the United States may not be experiencing a second wave of coronavirus cases because the first wave isn't over yet scientists generally agree the nation is still in its first wave of coronavirus infections albeit one that stepping in some parts of the country like New York while rising in others putting the country as a whole on a plateau many experts say a recent surge in cases in hospitalizations in the south and west is concerning and some are also worried that a more substantial second wave of cases may still be ahead in the fall or winter after schools reopened the weather turns colder and less humid and people huddle inside more I'm Ben Thomas turning attention now to the new tell all book by ambassador John Bolton Senate Democrat mark Warner of Virginia would like to see the president's former national security adviser Bolton in a Capitol Hill witness sees Bolton's new book alleges president trump elicited help from China's president in his reelection bid in an interview with CBS's face the nation Warner suggested his Republican colleagues to might also want people to testify I'm not sure that that is a credibility at this moment is all that high but I think the bigger argument here if these allegations accusations which are extraordinarily damning are true I would think my Republican colleagues would want to have that to get him under oath as well last week a federal judge ruled that Bolton could publishes book the White House says it will try to prevent the book by collecting profits from a DC resident has put a whole new spin on going for a run he's met his goal of covering every single street an alley in the district of Columbia it's been a long road coming or many roads really for juried show for just over twenty five hundred miles a run that adds up to more than twenty days of just running one day I was just kind of staring at my map and realized wow I I don't have that much more to do chauffeur is a math teacher by day decided to run every street and alley in DC nine months ago he completed it this month yeah glad to have it done and move on to other things as for challenges add C. southeast DC is really Haley I did not know that was going to be the case with his advice to runners once the pandemic has passed I really cherish some of the interactions I had with people talk to people I think on your on your runs so why not Melissa Howell WTOP news money news coming up seven fifty four for forty years gutter helmets mission has been to protect homeowners in their personal property from misdirected rain water mold mildew landscaper ocean and other damage caused by clogged gutters with their incredible helmet that fits over your existing gutters hi it's Chris core the helmet keeps leaves and debris out and can handle as much as twenty two inches of rain water in our gutter.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The insurance company affiliates discounts available in all states or situations station from ABC news I'm Jerry all the a federal judge is rejecting the White House contention that officials have immunity from cooperating with the house impeachment inquiry dating that no one is above the law federal judge could ten G. brown Jackson says not even the president's closest aides can ignore or defy a subpoena from Congress by order of the president or otherwise referencing the federalist papers the judge says presidents are not kings and current and former employees of the White House work for the people of the United States and take an oath to protect and defend the constitution and have rights including free speech the justice department says it'll appeal this ruling requires former White House counsel don McGann to testify sources familiar with the matter tell ABC news that ambassador John Bolton steam is reviewing it Hong Kong's embattled leader Caroline was refusing to offer any concessions to anti government protesters despite a local election setback Chicago's top cop urging lawmakers to pass stronger gun background check law if you buy a hand gun or any firearm in this country you should have to report any time you sell it to somebody or if it comes up missing that's just common sense the superintendent Eddie Johnson says his officers are doing their job they've confiscated more than ten thousand illegal guns last year a Florida man accused of plotting to attack to colleges someone Rashid thought the deans of Miami Dade college and Broward college need to die court records said he sought to contact isis to carry out the attack Rashid had been suspended or expelled from both colleges and federal prosecutors said he wanted bombs placed at the offices of each team he posed no actual danger because the people that contacted were confidential sources for the FBI agents initiated the investigation into receipt after viewing his Facebook account court records said it contain messages advocating the violent overthrow of democracy Erin to Turkey ABC news stocks closed higher today.
Trump fires John Bolton as national security adviser
"We start with breaking news in the politics and president trump today firing his national security adviser Ambassador John Bolton the too long well documented history of disagreeing disagreeing on matters all the way up to today when the two had different takes on how Bolton ended up on the wrong side of the White House fence the president tweeting in part quote. I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions. According to John Bolton's tweet which came just twelve minutes later quote. I offered to resign last night in president trump said. Let's talk about it tomorrow. The news came just before a White House. Briefing that Bolton was was scheduled to attend secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin who both reportedly clashed with Bolton behind the scenes. Were notably all smiles at this briefing everything a source close to the administration tells me that Bolton's exit is the result of quote Ed Administration with dysfunctional processes and bureaucracy one that attracts people who we're willing to make the big compromise to work for trump so they are especially cutthroat. It's a real snake pit and it's run by quote in Iraq. President who is hard to manage anew brings out the worst sensibilities people add it all up in the source says quote John Bolton standing for principals such as it's a bad idea to invite the Taliban to Camp David Well. Oh he didn't have a chance. CNN's Kaitlan Collins starts off now from the White House John Bolton the firing in came via twitter as president trump announced today he informed his National Security Advisor. His services are no longer needed at the White House but but in a surreal moment twelve minutes later Bolan denied he was fired tweeting. I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk walk tomorrow. Bolton was seen by CNN cameras outside the West Wing this morning after sources said he got into a bitter disagreement with trump the the night before the alternative was the White House and you wouldn't have been happy with that either. They argued over the president's decision to host Taliban leaders at Camp David a a meeting trump later cancelled John Bolton's priorities and policies just don't line up with presidents bulletins pushback inviting the Taliban on US soil and allegedly tiddly telling reporters about his feelings after may have been the last straw with one source telling CNN the leaking is what got him but in recent weeks Bolton had found himself isolated from the president iced out by the chief of staff and barely speaking to the secretary of State there were many times ambassador Assar Bolton. I disagree that's to be sure. Bolton was scheduled to be at this afternoon's briefing alongside Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin the president's view of the Iraq war and and embassador bulletins was very different but after the president's tweet a White House official said Bolt is no longer in the building. I like conflict. I like having two people with the different points of view trump once claimed he liked the chaos of a west wing with multiple opinions but he grew irritated by Bolton's hardline positions in recent weeks. I actually temper John which is pretty amazing now. Jacob President says he's going to announce his fourth national security adviser next week until then Bolton's is deputy. Charlie Kupperman will takeover the National Security Council but I do want to flag one other bit of reporting we got that may have shown that Bolton was on the way out apparently currently when they were at the g seven summit in France just a few weeks ago he was tentatively scheduled to build some of the Sunday shows defending the administration's policies but sources tell C. in the bulletin was uncomfortable and didn't want to go on to defend some of the president's policies including on Russia which had become a big topic of the summit though people close to and said he simply thought that people like Steven Mnuchin or Larry cudlow were better suited at defending the president's policies on tariffs but jake of course requirement of working in this White House as you've got to be able to defend the president on television even the president's post to have Russia back in the g seven Kaitlan Collins. Thanks so much joining me now is Senator Bob Menendez a Democrat from New Jersey. He's the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee senator. Thanks for joining us your reaction to John Bolton being fired. Look the Unser Mona's way that Bolton was fired at stupid this functionality the whiplash that goes on in terms of you know national security and foreign policy look at the record this is going to be the upcoming the fourth national security advisor the Third Secretary of defense the Secretary Second Secretary of state the Second Second Director of National Intelligence and the list goes on and so the situation room shouldn't be the place in which the president plays his this reality TV show of the apprentice so it's it's very hard for our foreign policy and national security both with our allies as well as sending messages to our adversaries by the dysfunctionality that the president has in the White House. I'm no fan of John Bolton. He's very bellicose in some of his views but you need a national security advisor who's was willing to give you alternative views and other realities and not just yes men in in such a critical position. Well I want to ask you about Bolton specifically because one of your colleagues league's Republican senator who declined to be named told CNN that Republican senators quote clone to people like Bolton on Capitol Hill relying on him to know what's really going on at the White House seeing him I suppose as a non-sycophantic grown up one of the proverbial guardrails what do you think well clearly although I don't agree with many of embassador Bolton's views and he has a bit of a bellicose way about him in terms of foreign policy and national security but he was a voice that would give alternative realities or real realities to the president for his consideration and I know that in many choices for example like the precipitous move in Syria which would have left those who fought alongside with us in in the Lurch that voices like his were also you know surrounded by members of the Senate who who felt this was a disaster astor in the making so I think there are those particularly on the Republican side who felt that he was some sort of stability in terms of foreign policy there are many on my side of the aisle who thinks that that accurately you know he was a bit of a warmonger but what this says Moore I think it's less about Bolton and more about the president the president has no stability in in terms of national security and foreign policy just cut his legs from his Afghan. you know envoy his. Middle East peace envoy just laughed. He's got nobody with Kim. I'm John Own to deal with it so it's it's a disaster at a time that we have to one of the most challenging foreign policy scenarios in the world that I've seen in nearly thirty years. I know you disagree with Bolton on on a lot but there are areas where I imagine you you do have some agreement. A Bolton was skeptical of the President Meeting with Kim Jong Hoon skeptical of the president's offer to have a no strings attached meeting with the Iranian President Ruhani. He was against the Taliban being invited to Camp David. I wonder what this might mean for the administration going forward when it comes to policy and when it comes to people in the president's inner circle who are willing to say you know what Mr President. That's a bad idea I think those people are few and far between if there are any left in this administration. I think the only way you survive in this administration is by I saying yes Mr President even if you believe it's a horrible idea including for the national security and interest of the United States in its people and so that's one of the challenges of this administration administration the reality is is that this is why I believe that Congress under its Article One role is more more important than ever before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the House Foreign Relations Committee the intelligence committees the Armed Services Committee need to have a robust oh bus vigilant row using their article one authorities to try to pursue a foreign policy that the administration ultimately will will limit the risks that they pose in terms of US foreign policy and national security interests oil prices fell almost immediately after trump tweeted about Bolton Why do you think that is. What are the ramifications might this well? I think that those who believe that Ambassador Bolton who was an advocate of for example example the potential of an attack on Iran because of its nuclear program and the instability that that would create in the region maybe be those of us that now there's less of a bellicose view as it relates to Iran and the region you know I would assume that that's speculation on their airport and that's why some of the prices fell all right Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of the Garden State New Jersey. Thanks so much appreciate it. Sir Thank
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Tomorrow and she was like we didn't talk about it but as I. right. was on fox news and apparently jumbo just texted me like you know that from he's a jerk says this is turning out great all all going well all is well. no attention always Frank only on fox and friends we heard from digest fire John Bolton saying that no it didn't actually play out that way. Giro version you resigned last name president trump said let's talk about it tomorrow just texted me I'll just say I was watching yeah he said let's be clear I resigned they said do you mind if I say that while you were talking in the road yes so jumbled is just told me he texted me to said I resigned I'll get time to end by the way a source is no text in fact he's White House reporter John Roberts well he was on the air to say the Bolton tendered his resignation. less than thirty minutes before from took to Twitter to claim the unfair to me. some fairly well did get up this morning and he's like I want out and from what I think I fired him Hey like them biscuits. there is a resignation letter is to set and says. okay guys if you can't enjoy the chaos then what are you here for okay did you sign up for any state old Lincoln escape ministration you that you signed up for Calvin Coolidge here yeah it didn't happen there is John the entirety of ambassador John Bolton resignation ready ready here does dear Mr president I hereby resign effective immediately as assistant to the president for national security affairs thank you for having afforded me this opportunity to serve our country. yeah.
John Bolton: Trump's national security adviser is out
"John Bolton Godbold. more time on Michael Bolton in the office this morning and we did on John Bolton aside no Nicks never heard this yeah I didn't even know John Bolton was or Michael Bolton for that matter we interviewed John Bolton back when he was just former secretary of state and former UN ambassador John Bolton a few years ago at the Republican National Convention if you remember we talked with John Bolton at the time he was actually somewhat critical of Donald Trump because there had been a comment earlier in the week about whether or not we were getting along with NATO what our place would be whether we would pull out of NATO I'd retract this I just say look what I really need is this and then say it maybe he'll do it in the speech tonight but you know if an adversary thinks that you're not going to stick with your friends what do you think the consequence of that is now he goes on to say Russia China they're paying attention to these things in ways we know after Michael Flynn laughed an HR McMaster left then John Bolton became the national security adviser John Bolton has been seen as the adult in the room as the president continues to pursue diplomatic openings with two of our most. largest and enemies of that being obviously North Korea and Iran he disagreed with the president on this the president has continued to court Kim Jong own in recent days he has expressed a willingness to meet with the president of a Ron under the right circumstances and Bolton has been against this from go the tune had never really gotten along personally yeah and this I don't know what it was that made it come to ahead you can assume that it probably had to do with the discussion over the weekend about bringing Taliban representatives and representatives from Afghanistan to camp David in order to help us negotiate some sort of a piece there in Afghanistan which we now know that meeting went away the president called it off there were there were criticisms about specifically the location camp David being used for the S. and also the proximity chronologically to the September eleventh attacks the Taliban of course gave safe harbor to al Qaeda which perpetrated the September eleventh attacks so at this point it appears there was some discussion last night all with the tweet from the president this morning at eight fifty eight was. I informs John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House I disagree strongly with many of his suggestions as did others in the administration and therefore I asked John for his resignation which was given to me this morning I thank John very much for his service I'll be naming a new national security adviser next week they say the tension between the two was aggravated recently by the president's decisions to call off that plan airstrike on Iran in retaliation for remember we had a drone shot down and also it was a further intensified when the president planned to meet with Kim Jong own at the demilitarized zone and cross over into North Korea Mitt Romney talked about this this morning calling the firing a huge loss he said his view was not always the same as everybody else in the room that's why you wanted him there the fact that he was a contrarian from time to time is an asset not a liability I'm very very unhappy to hear that he's leaving it's a huge loss for the administration and for the nation it's interesting because after the president's tweet twelve minutes in fact after the president's tweet John Bolton took to the took to the Twitter machine and said I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk about it tomorrow when he went on to say how my supposed to live without you how am I supposed to live. which one's better this one when a man loves a woman idle or do you celebrate the entire catalog hi this is really the only one I feel like getting misty over there not a little bit dusty in here John Bolton out as national security
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Care for you, -education, free, everything for you. And then I'm thinking about John Kennedy, ask not what your country can do for you. Right. Far JFK see you later. So this is just a never ending far left mantra Americans. I don't believe Wayne even liberal Americans are buying it. I just don't. They're buying it. I think you're gonna see by or another moderate so-called. Moderate democrat, get the nomination. I sure hope you're right. All right last questions about our foreign policy in Syria ambassador, John Bolton has been overseas. The last few days talking with our allies about our withdrawal or supposed withdrawal from Syria. And I guess this point he suggested delay. So that's not really withdrawal. Or maybe President Trump takes it really isn't instant withdrawal. I don't know is this any good for us people count on us. The United States is acting as a stabiliser in Iraq in Syria and Afghantistan our troops are stabilizing those regions to the extent that the bad guys ICES Taliban. You know, other Putin's agents in Syria can't come in and committed trustees and attack people. So the United States government has to decide whether the money spent doing this and the lives lost doing it all worth it to me. I think you gotta be careful pulling US troops out of those areas. I think you've got to really think about it the unintended consequences. I don't have the daily intelligence briefings that President Trump has I know Trump doesn't want US boots on foreign soil. It goes against his political philosophy. So. So we'll see what happens. I don't think. This is a crisis like the border or anything like that. All right, Bill O'Reilly. It's why enjoy your view so much. We greet ninety percent of time. But even if we disagree. You just admitted that you don't have the same national security briefings as the president, I'd states takes a lot to churches. Don't admit that liberal judges liberal judges don't have it. But they overrule the president. At least you're not as guy love that. I try to be honest on Bill O'Reilly dot com. Wayne, thanks me on. All right, Bill, rally dot com. Great stuff in his latest number one year ties bestseller, killing the Wayne root, visit highest personal endorsement love the book. Thanks for all you do Bill rally.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Why was that joe ten he his was like my nick not that not push the m what just saying well yeah he got caught cheating and shit he had a fair so his wife wanna get divorced before he got the jail john dower is is is trump's personal lawyer in the mueller and then the new people that was going to be his lawyer said you know what he's just too good of a person for us to be his lawyer which makes it sound like gonna buy won't be his lawyer run into lawyers like sugar night come on hr mcmaster is out at as national security adviser he will be replaced by former un ambassador john bolton but both sides of saying don boating gala coins award hawk now we got this racist as phobic warmonger and condition determined policy for everybody but that's cool was there in bartels jimmy kimmel dip that siptah that fucking lip about trump during a jimmy kimmel live interview the hacker called goose affir two point oh who stole the democratic national committee emails during the two thousand six election he was uncovered as a russian intelligence agency agent at forgot to turn on his curse you know.
Jimmy Carter: Trump's John Bolton pick one of his 'worst mistakes'
"Don't often hear ninety three year old former president jimmy carter weigh in on current events but he told usa today he's worried that president trump has picked former un ambassador john bolton to be the new white house national security adviser john bolton is a disaster why coach what are the worst mistakes that president trump is made said she's been in office is a appointment of john bolton president carter who has a history of diplomacy with north korea told usa today at concerns him that bolton has been advocating war with north korea and attacks on iran and pushed the war with iraq who was one of the leading figures and orchestrating the decision to invade iraq so he's a wall like figure and i'm just afraid of his influence on president trump will be deleterious country mr carter said he hopes that a proposed meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un will yield positive results i'm michael toscano.
Austin bombing suspect called himself a "psychopath," congressman says
"To get yours today use coupon code usa radio to save ten percents off your entire order there's plenty of reaction to the president's nomination of former un ambassador john bolton is national security advisor virginia senator tim kaine saying he's concerned about bolton's contacts with foreign governments we've already washed one national security adviser michael flynn because he was lying about contacts with foreign governments and had to be let go kane on cnn saying he's concerned about bolton's contacts with russia and other foreign governments police still investigating after a serial bomber blows himself up in austin we get details from wendy king texas congressman michael mccall says mark conduct the man officials say was is behind a series of deadly bombings in austin made a recorded confession before he blew himself up he did refer to himself as a psychopath he did not show any remorse in fact questioning himself as to why you didn't feel remorse forty did investigators haven't released the recordings they say they're still looking into condit's motive for usa radio news i'm wendy king and i'm john.
Pope Francis urges young people to raise their voices in Palm Sunday address
"Sunday seventeen people were killed her that school by alone gunman last month catholics around the world observing palm sunday today gatherings in jerusalem and in rome where pope francis addressed the faithful the pope diving headfirst into politics in the united states talking to the young people around the world saying do not allow older generations to keep you silent their voices he said young people need to be heard they should keep shouting francis his comments come of course just one day after thousands of young americans took to the streets across the us demand action on gun violence officers connor piled jerusalem storm system bringing severe weather possible flooding to parts of the south more energy comes into the west as well and this is going to be a storm that's gonna brew across parts of the south so get ready tomorrow for some severe weather across parts of the south and potentially some flooding some spots here especially arkansas are going to be looking at maybe up to around six to eight inches of rain this week locks news meteorologist parts of the south facing cold temperatures today expected to continue into early next week iran calling the appointment of former un ambassador john bolton to become national security advisor quote a shame the semiofficial fars news agency quoting the secretary of the country's supreme national security council you're listening to fox news fair and balanced.
Austin bombing suspect called himself a "psychopath," congressman says
"There's plenty of reaction to the president's nomination of former un ambassador john bolton is national security advisor virginia senator tim kaine saying he's concerned about bolton's contacts with foreign government we've already washed one national security adviser michael flynn because he was lying about contacts with foreign governments and had to be let go kane on cnn saying he's concerned about bolton's contacts with russia and other foreign governments police still investigating after a serial bomber blows himself up in austin we get details from wendy king texas congressman michael mccall says mark conduct the man officials say was behind a series of deadly bombings in austin made a recorded confession before he blew himself up he did refer to himself as a psychopath he did not show any remorse in fact questioning himself as to why you didn't feel remorse forty did investigators haven't released the recordings they say they're still looking into condit's motive.
H.R. McMaster replaced by John Bolton as national security adviser
"To a one point three trillion dollars funding bill critics are calling a real budget buster bill came to the floor with the support of the senate leadership starting with majority leader mitch mcconnell he said the bill does several things a one the largest you're on your funding increase of our warfighters in fifteen years minority leader charles schumer said he likes the bill because it reinvests in the often overlooked middleclass we feel like the budget agreement and this spending bill is a very important and significant start to turning the tide around together with tax reform legislation this omnibus bill will add more than two trillion dollars to the deficit over a decade linda kenyon washington following big losses yesterday wall street futures lower this morning fears of us china trade war roiling markets both here and abroad president trump replacing his national security adviser hr mcmaster with former un ambassador john bolton in another high profile personnel change the president announced that bolton will take over for mcmaster on april nine the move comes after several weeks of talked at mcmaster would soon leave the administration mr trump tweeted that mcmaster did an outstanding job and will always remain my friend the president is adding a hawkish foreign policy voice to his team at a time of critical decisions on iran and north korea greg clugston washington to york pennsylvania firefighters are dead two others injured marshall collapse of a former piano factory which have been heavily damaged in a fire and a new york city firefighter has been killed battling a basement fire in harlem a sixteen year old girl who was shot at her maryland high.
Senate passes massive spending bill to keep government open
"News this hour from townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar the senate passed a massive spending measure that funds the federal government through september thirtieth and verts government shutdown minority leader charles schumer says there's a lot to like in the omnibus bill we're able to limit the number of dangerous writers and policies pushed by the republicans senator schumer and others might be happy with the bill republican bob corker of tennessee is not he says the bill racks up the deficit down the road american people are going to be very unhappy with our lack of responsibility together with the tax cut legislation this omnibus budget deal will add more than two trillion dollars to the national debt over the next decade linda kenyon washington also would sr in news dot com president trump shaking things up again replacing national security advisor hr mcmaster with former un ambassador john bolton meanwhile the president views his decision on tariffs as keeping a campaign promise as both a candidate and president donald trump has demanded a level playing field when it comes to trade he says he's pushing for tariffs so other countries won't take advantage of the united states it's probably one of the reasons i was elected maybe one of the main reasons but we're not going to let that happen the president believes his action will make the us stronger and richer white house correspondent greg clugston reporting european union recalling its ambassador from moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack against a former us by in britain european blocked calling the attack grave challenge to our shared security florida state in michigan meet in an elite eight game saturday after the seminoles beat gonzaga and the wolverine sank texas am in west region semifinals thursday night meanwhile in the south kansas state and loyola of chicago will pair up as well after k state beat kentucky and the ramblers eat bind the vodka news and analysis at townhall dot com.
China pushes back, threatens new tariffs on pork and other goods
"Radio this is a bloomberg business flash i'm doug krizner in new york forty seven past the hour a lot going on in markets let's get you caught up right now will begin with what happened stateside in the last session when president trump escalated a trade war with china he imposed tariffs on about fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods at a rate of twenty five percent will china retaliate well i guess we know now and let's get the latest we'll go to beijing bloomberg's emma o'brien is there she's looking at a preview of market action on the mainland and in hong kong well the big question some may say the fifty billion dollar question it's how chinese assets reacts to news of trump's tariff package which was finally unveiled organized index futures traded earlier this morning i in the red with losses of almost two percent for shadowed for hong kong stocks the fallout may not be as die as some might expect given this was pretty well flagged and we've had a bit of this baked into assets that said we'll be keeping an eye for a knee jerk reaction from airlines and other external facing stocks manufacturers and continue my companies doug thanks to bloomberg's emma o'brien yes reaction indeed after we know now that china is pushing back on those a us tariffs with plan tariffs of its own on about three billion dollars worth of us steel aluminum pork and wine so we also had news that president trump is replacing his national security adviser hr mcmaster with a hardliner and former un ambassador john bolton that news has strengthened the yen against the quite a bit where up about four tenths of one percent right now one oh four ninety in terms of the equity trade the nikkei is down three point four percent in seoul the kospi down a little more than two percents and in sydney asx two hundred weaker by one point three percent the us ten year treasury giving back about two basis points in the tokyo session from where we were at the end of new york trading right now the yield is two point eight zero percent let's get to san francisco so we can get the latest on global news ed baxter is in the.
Uncertainty rattles White House as Trump mulls further shake-up
"I'm carmen roberts president trump appears ready to make more changes at the white house we are told that there could be a bloodbath friday at the latest in the top of the changes i'm being told to watch for hr mcmaster the national security adviser to be out to be replaced by ambassador john bolton fox's john roberts at the white house one change announced wednesday president picked cnbc contributor larry cudlow to replace gary cohn as his top economic advisor kudlow is a free trade advocate at odds with the president a sad day for those who grew up with toys r us the sixty year old retailer already in bankruptcy says it's shutting down or selling all eight hundred eighty of its stores in the us affecting thirty three thousand employees fox news.
"ambassador john bolton" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Perry in the history of the world the only reason that we've had peace relative peace for a century or three quarters of a century fine fine by me go ahead guys backtoback world war winter's that that's absolutely fine but we don't need to give you money let's go over some numbers the united states pays twenty eight point five percent of the seven point three billion dollar un peacekeeping budget we pay twenty two percent of the core budget of the of two point seven billion dollars since nineteen forty eight since it was founded the united nations is spent almost one hundred nine billion dollars on peacekeeping missions now country speaking in support of this measure today were north korea yemen turkey venezuela cuba syria south africa and iran not to be outdone hamas also praised the resolution your known by the friends you keep so why exactly do we have it why do we have the un we have the worst people in the world standing up in condemning us for this former un ambassador john bolton sums it up point that i want to leave with you in this arid brief presentation is where i start is there is no united nations there is in the international community but occasionally can be led are the only real power left in the world and that's the united states when it suits our interests and when we can get others to go along secretary building in new york has 38 stories if you lost ten stories today it would make that a difference this kind of mindless uh uh creation of the united nations as something different than what is in the united states interest to do isn't going to sell here or anywhere else united states makes the un work when it wants to work and that is exactly the way it should be because the only question the only question to the united states is once in our national interest and you don't like that i'm sorry that that is the fat i love him so much at one of the greatest things the president george w bush ever did was make that man the ambassador to the united nations.