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Drone Attack on Iraqi Base Hosting US Troops; No Casualties
"Say there's Bean a drone attack on a base hosting American troops. No injuries were reported by the hangar was damaged in the overnight assault on the Isle Asad Airbase, the fourth such attack in Iraq in recent days. The
"asad" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For you. The aisle Asad airbase in western Iraq was the site of another rocket attack this one in retaliation to the bite Administration bombing a headquarters for a militia, Um, the Iraqi militia in Syria. On that was in retaliation for that militia firing rockets at that airbase and and others on this attack out Wednesday. One U. S contractor was killed. According to Jen, pus, AKI She said that the U. S contractor quotes suffered a cardiac episode while sheltering from the attacks and died shortly afterwards. In other words, he had a heart attack. He was probably more running and never done in 20 years, and this happened Uh, it's it's a contractor Death that someone is retired from the military, and they can barely fit in with her. Their vest. And in all, that s so it's not a casualty of the actual rocket techno. It does go down is that, um So what? What happens now is that the bite administration said we will pick and choose our time of response that the data to the White House warned that the U. S. May consider a military response to the rocket attack that hit in air base in western Iraq were American and coalition troops are housed. No one claimed responsibility for the attack, the first since the U. S struck Iran Aligned militia targets along the Iraq Syria border last week. By the way they were British. There are British at Al Assad and two Danes. So that the Danish foreign minister had to release a statement as well, then foreign minister Yet that co food said quote despicable attacks against I n Al Asad air base in Iraq are completely unacceptable. Close call. The Danish armed forces said two Danes who were at the base of the time of the attack are unharmed. Um And so was it disdain or was it disdain? Don't look at them with this thing. So the The deal is here's yourself. This works. We have to go back a little bit. The invasion of Isis into Iraq because We? We gave Isis a safe space to get away from our bombing in Syria. That was a mistake along. Nevertheless, we did it. Isis goes into Iraq because why not? No one's getting bombed there. And it was a narrow margin that Iraq was overrun by the Islamic state, but who did come to the rescue? Unfortunately, Before we did was Iran. Iran pours in with a bunch of money and they said, Hey, guys were putting the old band back together. Remember when you all banded together and we paid you and supplied you and trained you tol kill Americans? Well, now we get to kill some Sunni fundamentalists called the Islamic state so They got the old Shia band back together and basically set up a parallel army in Iraq. Um, it was a two year fight. It was a hard fight, but the Iraqi government, the elected Iraqi government. Um, uh, did turn to us and say, can you please because when, when Obama pulled all the Americans out of Iraq, the Iraqi said, Well, you know, we were just negotiating. When we said that you guys have to be responsible in our criminal courts and In all that they didn't really mean pack up and leave, but we did. So, the Iraqi said, Can we get the trainers back? Can we get actual combat units back and we need your helicopters and airplanes and old thing. And so with American air support and coordination, the Iraqi army reinvented himself from the ground up. Became far more professional, incompetent and was responsible for pushing Isis out of module is really good documentary that came out about a year ago about that really striking amazing access. Meanwhile, there's this parallel power structure. It's an alternate army and Iran is on the ground in Iraq with this Iranian backed militias of these Iranian backed militias. On Indicates to their government. Hey, there's one army for this country, were it And we really don't appreciate Iranians running around with this kind of influence, dictating how the government should should act going forward with Isis and all that. So the Iranians effectively colonized Iraq at least the Shia parts of Iraq s O We fast forward. Tonto 2021, the Iranian backed militias find it really difficult to actually operate in Iraq because the Iraqi army doesn't like them. Um and the Kurds really don't like him so they don't operate up north. And they can. They cannot operate in western Iraq, where it's heavily Shia. Andre Iraqi army is out there and present and the whole thing so they do. The next best thing going to Iran would be a bit too obvious, even though loads and loads of them go there for training. And ARN are and the whole thing. But they would be way too obvious for them to be executing combat operations from Iran, because then there'd be no deniability. What they do is they have set up headquarters just inside Syria. And so what these guys did was they as the Crow flies the border crossing position the shortest way by highway from al Assad to the Syrian border. It's about 90 Miles, and the rockets that they fired have about a 20 kilometer range. 2030 kilometer range. So what they did do was they found a way to drive into Iraq in in darkness In the dead of night, this these rockets hit like a one in number 1:30 A.m.. And they come in, and they The leave behind a truck, a rocket launching truck and they will set it up and they'll cite it out and they have their compass. They know that al Assad Is a 089 degrees magnetic from where we are on day that it's a 370 ft below us from our firing position. And so we need to the azimuth on. The Rockets needs to be this and the weather is it? They set it all up. I don't like to do that. They set it all up, and then they fired them remotely. And then they leave. And how do we know that? Because that's their M O. We saw it and I saw it in 2004 to the five and the Iraqis found it. There's footage of a burning truck out the desert. They just basically sacrificed a truck. There's famous footage from 2004. They mounted rockets on a donkey cart. Then they launch the rockets and theirs, and the pictures are of this donkey with its hair singed. So if you're smoking because it just had rockets launched off its trailer after this donkey cart. So anyway, they Get back in there other trucks and they haul ass back to Syria. Um, what they can't figure out is that they were being observed all along. I don't know why we didn't blast him the desert. No clue, but we know where they went back to know the Biden administration. Is way different than trump and that Trump would have said Why you asking me if you should retaliate? You know? Why do you wake me up at 3 A.m. Biden. He saw Obama do this for eight years. He wants a detailed memo of every single bullet fired and he wants to approve the target. I'll tell you about proportional response when we get back, and the folly of that idiocy will be back yet, right. If this it's the dark secret place prime seats in here until 11 Cave I am 6 40 live everywhere on the eye, her radio at Club it's defending with news. California health officials.
Iraq military base used by U.S. troops hit in rocket attack
"At least 10 rockets in an air base in western Iraq that host US led coalition troops. A coalition spokesman says the rockets struck al Asad air base in the Anbar province. The Iraqi military says the attack did not cause significant losses and that security forces had found the launch pad used for the missiles.
US forces: Rockets hit airbase in Iraq hosting US troops
"Rocket attack on the base housing U. S and coalition military forces in Iraq. Multiple rockets have targeted Iraq's al Asad air base, which hosts US coalition and Iraqi forces. According to local media smoke could be seen rising from the base and Anbar province. A spokesman for the U. S. Joint Operations Command confirms 10 rockets and they're described as grad rockets fell in the perimeter of the air base, but there are no known casualties at this time. Things is the same air base that was attacked by Iran last year in retaliation for the U. S drone strike that killed Major General Custom Soul Imani X is Marianne Rafferty. So far, it is not known if Iran is behind this latest attack
The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase
"General Frank Mackenzie, commander of US forces in the Middle East, monitored the attack from his headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Walking into this small room off his main operation Center, where he could talk directly to the only two people above him in the chain of command. They bring in secretary defense and a little bit later they brought in the president to this conversation. We're listening to the reports of the missiles flying. You ever been on one like this? I've never been on one like this, where real missiles being fired at our forces and where I thought the risks were so high Iranian attack on al Assad was in retaliation for a stunning US operation. President Trump ordered six nights earlier, a drone strike, which killed Iran's most powerful general Qassim Suleimani. The blood of many Americans is on the hands of the same salamoni. He was this close to an indispensable man as you could find inside Iran, where he went violin. And death followed during the American occupation of Iraq. Sulamani had orchestrated attacks which killed more than 600. U. S troops and, according to Mackenzie, He was planning to do it again. We saw intelligence reports where the same cell Amani was moving various attacks, dreams forward against our forces in Iraq against our embassy and against other bases there. With the imminent perhaps an hour's, perhaps in days, probably not weeks. Until then, the USAID shied away from going after Sulamani for fear, killing such a high ranking government official. Would only provoke Mauritanian attacks. I never take killing anyone is a zone easy decision, but I think the risk of not acting in this case Outweigh the risks of acting So yes, I was good with the decision on January 3rd of last year on airport security camera recorded. Sulamani is arrival in Baghdad on a commercial flight from Damascus. Kensi was watching from a different angle. You have the drones overhead. Do you see him Healthy? Yes, yes. As soon Money's entourage pulled away from the plane. McKenzie gave the kill order to the commander controlling the drones. And then I said, Take your shot when you got it. Missile slammed into both vehicles simultaneously. There's no backslapping. There's no cheering because now I have to prepare to deal with the consequences. The action, General Mackenzie was sure Iran would retaliate, but he didn't know how and neither for awhile. Did the Iranians. I believe they went into a period of this organization because they had lost the officer. Who really spoke up and shaped everything up and told them what they were gonna do. So he's kind of ominous silence. It was a very ominous silence. And what was the first sign that Iran might really be thinking of her? Ballistic missile attack, they began to move their ballistic missiles. The attack was just hours away. When major Alan Johnson got the word. Iran's most powerful weapons were aiming for al Assad. My intelligence officer pulled me aside and Basically said, Sir, I've got some bad news for you. What's up? We have information that Iran is fueling 27 medium range ballistic missiles in their intention is the level this base And we may not survive. This was a completely different threat. Lieutenant Colonel Jim Garland commanded an army battalion at Al Asad. Sprawling air base about 120 miles west of Baghdad, where the U. S operated scores of helicopters, drones and other aircraft. Did the base have any defense against ballistic missiles now, sir? It was such a unprecedented threat. I don't think it was ever calculated. S o the capability to, uh, prevent a ballistic missile attack. It wasn't there. Did you have a plan for what to do? Way came up with the plan. The only real defense against ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm's way.
"asad" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
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Iranian attack on Al Asad airbase injured 11 U.S. service members
"B. L. turns out Americans were injured in Iran's missile strike over a week ago remember after the U. S. killed general Soleimani run hit US bases in Iraq with missiles depending on number feels eleven service members were injured in that attack reporter Martha Raddatz as they were evacuated to medical facilities in Germany and Kuwait to treat brain injuries and concussions military saying in a statement that while no U. S. service members were killed in the January eight they're running an attack on our side air base several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast and are still being assessed the military does say the evacuation of those forces is being made out of what they're saying in a bundle it's of caution and that it is hope to those injured will be returned to duty
Iranian attack on Al Asad airbase injured 11 U.S. service members
"But now the US military says nearly a dozen US troops were treated for concussions after the Iranian missile attack in Iraq earlier this month service members from al Asad air base in western Iraq were transported to Germany in Kuwait for medical treatment and they're still being assessed for concussion symptoms the Pentagon initially said there were no casualties from
Iranian attack on Al Asad airbase injured 11 U.S. service members
"Morning there were some injuries to US service personnel in Iraq last week correspondent Ryan Braun the US military revealing that alive in U. S. military personnel were injured during that Iranian missile attack on our side air base in western Iraq reports of concussions potential traumatic brain injury the U. S. led coalition in Iraq says the service members are all being monitored and facilities in Germany and Kuwait and will return to Iraq if they get clean
"asad" Discussed on KOMO
"Members at al Asad air base suffered traumatic brain injuries blamed on Iran's missile attack last week president trump at the White House last Wednesday's seem to contradict what we're hearing now we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases CBC news is also being told the troops symptoms have worsened since the attack requiring them to be evacuated out of Iraq in the last twenty four to thirty six hours Iran's supreme leader is delivering a sermon this morning and terror on for the first time since twenty twelve I told Ali Khamenei says the Iran's attack on US bases was a quote blow to America's image and that president trump is a clown who only pretends to support the Iranian people the impeachment trial of president shrub open in the Senate Thursday Chief Justice John Roberts presided in his black Supreme Court robe the full trial will begin next week Todd ads ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven large Sanders now your top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center life has essentially been on hold for close to a week as people in mountain communities along highway to focus on survival in the snow almost Ryan Harris says for some it's made plans on hold to for more caravans of supplies from communities down the highway to hot meals at the Skykomish may sonic large it's been more than a full time job just to keep people going here Lena Jay and her husband were supposed to head to Hawaii for their twentieth anniversary but couldn't in good conscience leave their kids as it kept getting closer by Wednesday night we're like we have to cancel our trip to Hawaii we're going to be gone for ten days and with the road closed we couldn't get on or off the mountain no power the water was down for awhile because the generator at the town and then we can get pressure for water this is they haven't really seen much of a government response except king county sheriff's rock they just do they always have otherwise she says they stuck together to make it through this guy Gomes Ryan Harris como news governor Jay Inslee says he doesn't have enough of an assessment to declare an emergency for the highway to communities but to questions about why the state hasn't done more easily says they've done what local officials have banned I'm glad that there have been injuries at least we are aware of I'm glad that the road is open I'm glad that people pull together and I'm glad that the state did what it should do in this case which is to respond to these local communities have they made a request and we fulfill any requests that they made is Lee says that include using emergency rules to get private cruise into remove fallen trees without the normal bidding process so they could get highway to reopen the vote by a group of Seattle area bawling workers or whether they want to leave their union has been delayed details from couples Greg Herschel's this involves safety of flight training pilots who could play a key role when the seven thirty seven MAX eventually returns to service the Seattle times reports that the reason for the delay in the vote is at the national labor relations board is investigating a union charge that Boeing violated labor laws and tried to manipulate its members speak the society of professional engineering employees claims Boeing offered big pay raises but only to non union pilots late last year and promised a twenty five percent pay raise to the union pilots if they decertified Boeing denies that Greg Herschel komo news sources in care givers that Swedish Providence plan to give a ten day notice of their intent to strike earlier this month the nurses postponed a planned walk out both sides went back to the bargaining table but now the nurses union says there's still too far apart on proposals addressing patient safety and staffing levels if there are no breakthroughs workers planned strike starting January twenty on highway.
The Latest: US general: Iran missiles 'intended' to kill
"The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie says he doesn't think Iran was just sending a message with a Levin ballistic missiles landing at the al Asad air base in western Iraq no Americans were killed but Millie says based on what he saw he believes the strikes were intended to kill personnel and cause structural damage destroy vehicles equipment and aircraft he says an early warning system helped save lives president trump is calling on NATO to increase its involvement in the situation in the Middle East Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump to address the nation amid showdown with Iran
"Iran's there are supreme no leader immediate calls reports it a slap of casualties against among the US Americans military on the two presence Iraqi in the region military bases Iran launched hit by missiles Iranian it missiles to Iraqi military to US bases officials that house tell US the AP troops that the Iranians pay back fired for missiles a US Wednesday air that strike hit the online that I'll killed Asad Tehran's air base top in Iraq's military Anbar commander province the trump administration and a military says base he in was Beale targeting in Iraq's Americans Kurdish region experts four say it of does the missiles not appear were that either duds Iran or the US two Iraqi is planning any security further military officials say action one of the missiles one analyst that landed says on it Isla looks Saudi like the Iranian air base attack hit was an designed airplane for show and not that casualties started a fire giving president about fifteen trump what hundred he calls US an and off coalition ramp forces he will are likely on that take base in president an election trump visited year a year ago read a fall in his les first Washington visit to troops in the region as commander in chief Rita follow a Washington
Iran attacks bases housing US troops
"Iran has attacked two bases in Iraq that house American troops with a barrage of missiles early yesterday Iranian official news media United States officials have confirmed the fact the revenge by the revolutionary guards has begun Iraqi military officials say that Iran had fired twenty two missiles at two military bases United States officials initially say there are no immediate indications American casualties senior Iraqi officials say there were no American or were you recognized in the strikes I ran a news release said that there were over eighty people killed after the strikes the president without a strong response to any Iranian attack on American targets met at the White House with his top national security advisers that includes defense secretary mark asper and general mark Millie the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and they discuss possible retaliatory options on Twitter a few hours later the president struck an upbeat tone promised to make a statement this morning he tweeted quote all is well missiles launched from Iran at two military bases loaded interact assessment of casualties and damage is taking place now so far so good we have the most powerful and well equipped military anywhere in the world by far the American killing of carousel of money a hero at home in a terrorist to the United States government in pretty much the rest of the world is ours scale in one of most dangerous confrontations between the two countries in the four day decades of animosity there followed the Islamic revolution Iran's firing of those missiles from inside its borders they do not rely on rockets from Iranian backed proxies start message from Tehran that it has the will and the ability to strike American targets in Iraq Iranian officials said the attacks began at one twenty Iranian time X. somewhere in the neighborhood of the four o'clock hour here yesterday afternoon the military oil energy sites placed on high alert the underground missile defense systems prepared to counter attack that coming from a person who is familiar with the planning two people close to the revolutionary guards says that if the United States does not strike Iran will also de escalates but if the United States did attack Iran was preparing for at least a limited conflict now unlike after the American drone strike last week that killed through a money democratic congressional leaders were notified immediately after the Iranian strikes Nancy Pelosi says she was meeting last night was senior Democrats about Mr trump's impeachment trial when she was handed a note telling her of the Iranian attack on American forces one of the bases that was struck yesterday al Asad air base long time has been a hub for American military operations Danish troops also again station their recent years the other base that was a struct and orders struck again beetle in northern Iraq has been a special ops hub to hundreds of American and other allied troops logistics personnel and intelligence
Iran launches missiles at US forces in Iraq at al-Asad and Erbil
"That's what Iranian officials are calling the surface to surface missile attack on US interests in Iraq after the U. S. kill the Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani near the Baghdad airport US military bases came under attack from short range ballistic missiles or cruise missiles fired from inside Iran not rockets as other networks reported earlier tonight here's the statement issued by Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman at approximately five thirty PM eastern standard time on January seventh Iran launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles against U. S. military and coalition forces in Iraq it is clear that these missiles were launched from Iran and targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting U. S. military and coalition personnel and Alice side and Beale oxygen for Griffin at the Pentagon there were two rounds of Bissell's about an hour apart things are quieter now but it's likely not over there are running back properties all over the region in places like the Gaza Strip Lebanon Syria Iraq they are backed by the Iranian regime in the Gaza Strip they've told fox news they're receiving money and support from Tehran we do know that Hezbollah in Lebanon also has been threatening US ally Israel this week boxes trading in Baghdad South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham calls it an act of war the missiles were launched from Iran at targets inside of Iraq housing US military personnel the president has all the authority needs under article two to respond in high response is yet to be determined but he has that authority to respond Delaware democratic senator Chris Coons and president trump
"asad" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Rocket attack was launched against the al Asad air base north west of Baghdad a short time ago one administration official says there are no reports of casualties correspondent Iain Lee is in Beale Iraq we heard two large explosions here and then later we found out the from the US government that there were two missiles that were fired they hit north of the U. S. consulate no casualties are being reported at this time CBS news military consultant Jeff Mukasa obviously the open question now of course is how United States responds this is now the third move the first move being the killing a silly money now we see in the Iranians respond president trump is threatened his massive response should attack emanate from Iran threatened U. S. military on a rocky sore Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he is ready to move forward with president trump impeachment trial as soon as house speaker Nancy Pelosi releases those documents and he says he has the support to postpone a decision on calling the witnesses but not before the trial begins about Democrats of all only ever wanted to abuse this grave constitutional process for partisan and exactly what they had in Amman minority leader Chuck Schumer's is blocking new witnesses would constitute a cover up whoever heard of a trial without witnesses and documents to unprecedented but if you're afraid of the facts if you're afraid of what would come out if you want to cover it up you say no witnesses and no documents still recovering from the devastating hurricane Frederico is here today by a six point four magnitude earthquake the most powerful quake to hit the island and more than a hundred years the quake knocked out power and shut off the water to hundreds of thousands of people correspondent David back now is there a representative of the mayor here you wanna told me a short time ago I people need psychological help they've been living with her quick earthquakes for the last week and even happening almost every hour today.
Iran attacks US airbase and Erbil in Iraq: What we know so far
"Iranian state run TV says Iran has targeted the all Asad air base that is a U. S. based in the and our province of western Iraq Iran of course vowed to retaliate for the U. S. killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani and your White House correspondent Franco or Dona as is here in the studio Franco what else do we know at this hour well we are learning that you where we are learning this moment by moment and apparently there is a statement from the Iranian revolutionary guard that says the fierce revenge by the revolutionary guard has begun and of course we also know that the US has been saying they've been preparing for a run in retaliation has the White House said anything tonight about these attacks they are not saying much at this point only that they're seeing reports and that the president has been briefed and is closely monitoring the situation as well as he's also consulting with his national
Iran launches missiles at US military facilities in Iraq: US official
"A developing story tonight from the Middle East around state TV says turn around has launched surface to surface missiles at Iraq's al Asad air base that houses U. S. troops this an apparent response to the killing of a top Iranian general here's ABC a US official confirmed to ABC news this past hour that ballistic missiles have been fired from inside Iran at several US military facilities in Iraq the Saudis include or B. O. in northern Iraq and al Asad air base in western Iraq the official says no information yet on casualties A. B. C.'s in panels and Beale arac we heard two explosions is about five forty five eastern time this evening in the last ten minutes since we've been on that we heard the sound of yet another explosion with hearing the sound of helicopters up yeah so this is a rapidly developing and dangerous situation here in Iraq the question everyone not be asking is how does the United States response from White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham a statement saying they're aware of the reports of attacks on U. S. facilities the president's been briefed is monitoring the situation closely consulting with his national security
"asad" Discussed on KTRH
"To Iraq the day after Christmas, they visited troops stationed at Al Asad airbase in the province outside Baghdad. It comes as the president announced tease withdrawing troops from Syria and also considering draw drawing down troops in Afghanistan. ABC's Terry Moran has the latest has been his signature issue on foreign policy from the time that he ran which is put America first we're done trying to take care of the west of the world, especially as through force of arms in large deployments that is his philosophy. Also, traveling with the president national security adviser John Bolton, this is the first time President Trump has visited US troops stationed at a base in a conflict conflict region. The president had faced criticism earlier this week for not visiting troops at Christmas time the White House confirming that the president and the first lady departed late Christmas night to fly to the region. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC news. Coming up on two oh five Dickinson police arrest a man for trying to kidnap teen girl in a park just after midnight Dickinson. Police found a sixteen year old girl in Paul Hopkins park where she told them she was assaulted by a man, she says she tried to call nine one one. And then the man started assaulting her and dragging her through a trail at the park, he ran off. But a Texas city canine officer found him twenty four year old Brian Ford was arrested and charged with aggravated kidnapping his bond set at one hundred thousand dollars he'll be taken to the Galveston county jail a Utah couple thanking a stranger for an unusual Christmas gift they picked up some baby food for their daughter Saturday and found a surprise inside container held a note and thirty dollars cash. Couple says it's grateful for the unexpected Christmas gift speaking of a Christmas gift the Dow now up six hundred fifty seven the NASDAQ up two hundred forty four S and P five hundred up seventy two oil at forty six thirty six now. Now, the Sean Hannity show. I'm Scott Crowder and forty KTAR h. This report is sponsored by Baker Nissan to ninety at nineteen sixty unwrap extrordinary.
Qatar is withdrawing from OPEC
"Global financial analysts, Peter Dixon of the Comerzbank system. Hostas in doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence over the oil market. You know, I don't think it makes a big difference certainly with regards to crude Qatar is very small player in this guy. I think we can only look at their decision to leave OPEC some full of symbolic gesture quite what the tell us this what entire show OPEC. Members are expected to cut oil supply at a meeting in Vienna minister of state of energy affairs. Asad I'll copy said caught har- would steal attend the groups meeting on Thursday and Friday, adding that a decision to exit OPEC was not political. I think Qatar has been on the great pressure from some of its neighbors in the Gulf for some time now. So it is slightly surprising. That is pulling out then claiming told a political issue. I it strikes me can only be that peck members Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates and the fellow Arab states, but rain and Egypt have imposed a political and economic boy cut on cut har- since June twenty seventeen the accused cut har- of supporting terrorism a charge denied by Doha. Now, we have Saad Joe what professor of the Lyndon school of. Economics and political science. I senior fellow with the Middle East center. So professor Joa. What do you think Qatar want to quit OPEC at at this moment because we heard cutters? Energy ministers. Say the move is not a political. They are just trying to focus more on natural gas. What you could say what you wants to say. But this this move is boxing, long political move goes. Chillers that. Cuts rooms to give an example, the other Gulf country that they are not going to stay and does this actions on on the Bill how about for a long time this move, by the way could be them. If they think again, he moved to of leaving open, then they could take another day remove of movie and even the cons of community constant. So I think it's the bullet could move and very dangerous indication to the unity of the country. Estimator oil exporter, which leaves the alliance. Isolating caught Har what might Saudi Arabia think about is. Are there any major geopolitical consequences where going to see? Well, I think Saudi Arabia is worried about this move because oh go up not that big member of the OPEC. I mean big export volume in this in this is Asian but denies ation. So, but it could leave to other countries using this is this of basin like Ron, and this could weak and even more of especially when they feel that the oh the decision is in decisions in OB of them Nate by those Abia by. Imbalance by the unite. Now, it's being argue the move by Katara doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence, but still this country has been a member of OPEC for fifty seven years. So what could be the implication of this move on OPEC and also the general world oil market. As I said, it's not a general in his because the share cut that husband in this action plan is not that big. But as I said, it could lead to other countries to leave the Belgian this happened in two thousand eight degrees here. Left of denies Asian although came by to to all day should again. But it's good to something like that. And this good. I've been this could endanger the unity of the addition also that ten members producing countries have not I've done member of OPEC who are cooperating with up when they see such who maybe they decide not to anymore with any reduction of Oriel ex.
"asad" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It
"And yeah, I'm I'm really, really excited to actually see the final product and get them in everyone's hands because that's what's been on my mind lately. It's kind of stressful. Yeah, I have a lot to oversee and his backers who are like, you know, waiting. So like that weighs on me like, but, hey, I'm, I'm excited. I'm confident I've done this before. I know what a much much more prepared this time around than there was last around. The infrastructure is much stronger this time around. So yeah, it's I have a great feeling about it. You know, it's just going through all those baby steps and getting everything ready to go. And how did you. Forgot if I read it or not, but how did you design the first mint in the in the second? Yes, I actually did designed it myself. It was a collaboration. I found. I met the designer and I saw this deck. He has signed, and I love Zion so much that I acquired from said, hey, I want to produce a deck like I'd never produced a deck before, like I wanted to produce a deck for many, many years, but I had never come across designed light so much that I wanted to produce myself. It's a lot of work to produce a deck. But when they saw Zein I was like this one and he he had this design which is great, but he didn't have the audience. He didn't have the customer base so he wasn't really in a position to produce himself. So he just like produce a couple of for himself or some people or a. Yeah, he had like a prototype. Okay. Yeah. And he had some mockups like digital mockups, but I said, hey, let me acquire this design from you. I'll do a big. I'll make this deck a worldwide phenomenon and like, yeah, actually ended up happening. It's great now. Okay. Is it coming back? How can I ever get that? Can't well the original ones you can, but minced to like is going to be available. I say this very ever planning and come bring him back. They'll mint one ever. Again, I may go. Those decks won't come back now. Maybe I'll use the similar color schemes in the future in the future additions, but it'll be a completely different deck. So that's another aspect of this is that the decks theft produce. They've become very collectible. So like the original decks, they really sold for ten dollars. But if you go on EBay now, yeah, they're just the regular ones or selling for fifty. And then there was a limited edition deck sold during that first Kickstarter project golden black was, yeah, it was golden. Black is called a limited edition minced deck. It was selling for fifteen dollars saying the Kickstarter. If you go on EBay now sells for two hundred dollars, three hundred dollars sometimes per deck, which is insane. See, I'm those decks definitely won't come back like they're highly collectible items. They're limited editions that won't be reprinted. But you know this minced designed patterns kind of conic now and that's gonna live on a little bit. You know, it's not going to be the same as the original mantra addition Deccan and then meant to is there the cherry look right? Isn't that? Yeah, we'll do so minced to introduce a few new flavors and a few design updates to the mid sign. So the Dow this, the blueberry, oh cucumber. I'll show you some pictures of missed. I thought I'd just only saw the cherry thing. Yeah. Oh, that's another deck that I'm selling didn't produce that one o. Oh, I do sell the cherry casino playing cards which are also very popular. Fifty cards is one of the main authorized retailers for that deck, but meant is the first designed I'm actually producing and I see that's why. I remember like you were going to have more flavors and I was I was looking forward to me somehow, maybe missed it. Yeah, yeah, no, it's it's very recent, like it just happened. Wow. So the Kickstarter is over now. So they're not technically available at the moment. But once they're produced, then I'll have some extra inventory to sell. But every time I do a Kickstarter project, I always release some kick starter exclusive items that are only available to the backers for the project. So I did that once again for this project, the frost meant decks is with, I'm calling him and those won't be available again. Wow, that's exciting. Second second Kickstarter. Huge better than before. Yeah, congratulations. Thank you. Appreciate them ham. Okay..
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"So I was like obsessed with this game in college, Diablo twos, the second one, and in the game, there was like a built in the Konami pissed off of like digital gold items that you could get. So I actually like my initial business training, so to speak occurred through this video game. And I used my my duty. Title currency in this video game to pay designer white met through the game to build a logo for me. So I paid like a thousand gold. Which on those probably like to two dollars on an end. Wasn't you've after playing longtime used as you've collected? I made a lot of that was a very wealthy in that game. Of like if they're really into the game, they, they will literally do work for digital currency. Yes. Great, yeah. So there was there was like a whole market built inside this game where you could trade gold for item to trade gold for services. I was a part of a forum that was attached to take game, and you know, that's where a lot of these transactions will take place. So, yeah, I, I get college guys. These games with digital currency, you'll you'll know. Exactly. So that's how I got my logo. I paid using digital golden video game and ended up being amazing logo and I'm still using eight years later. That's great. Yeah, I would have never guessed. Yeah. I should probably reach out to the guy and be like, yo, like you're doing great work. Thank you. That's cool. Well. Okay. And what about maybe this is too similar to the other mistakes, but what do you think is the biggest waste of time running a business. Biggest waste of time. Shouldn't do if you're running a business that you've come across? Honestly, I think the answer really depends so much on a type of business that we're talking about here. I guess for me like what's been the biggest waste of time. And I mean, probably like trying to fulfill orders myself. I mentioned before that was pretty big time in Sumer, but. I'm hesitant to label anything really aware of time because if you're spending time in a way that isn't the most productive will you're learning at least. So like I, I can't really pinpoint any areas where I felt like I've wasted time. I think over the years I've learned what tasks or what you know, things that I could do to spend time most effectively. And I think that is planning like these big Kickstarter projects. Those tend to get the biggest return on investment terms of my time in my resources content as great retron investment, creating a great piece of content can generate. A lot of us in traffic years after the video has been published building systems that help manage and take care of some of these smaller daunting tasks like billing that systems a very valuable use of time. But yeah, I think before you realize things you do have to quote unquote waste time doing those lesser meaningful tasks. But then you figure out. And speaking of kick starter, what are I've never, I've I've edited video for some kick starves before made them some good money actually. Yeah, but I never did the campaign and did all that other work. Yeah, and I see my future starting one perhaps for a couple endeavors. Yeah. So what advice would thoughts or a couple must I should be wherever yes, kick Kickstarter is an amazing, amazing platform for it can be, you know, ic- some projects that are terrible. And then you have some projects who never even follow through on what their project was. But you know, it's amazing platform for those who use it effectively. So I guess for those who may be aren't hundred percent familiar with Kickstarter. Essentially, it's a crowd funding platform, and with that is is basically it's a community where if your project creator, if there's some project out there that you really want to do that you really want to execute, but you need support..
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"What about some of the biggest mistakes during this process of growing the business? Maybe some some valuable. On. Think them realizing now is probably should've tried to recruit other people to help to help out with the business earlier because for a long long time. And even now it's largely a one man show, but I've started to now delegate in bring in people who can help with different aspects of bins. I found that it can be incredibly helpful and it can help me focus on the big picture stuff. The stuff that really matters like I wanna work on the business instead of inside of the business. That makes sense. Yeah. So biggest mistake would be like, I sometimes I wish like maybe maybe two years ago or maybe a while ago, I should have started finding the right people to connect with and into line with, and you know, and bring them on board and and they did. I did dabble in that by probably didn't pursue as strongly as I should have, but that's what I'm doing now in finding it to be a beneficial. Great. Yeah, I. Agree, it's partnership. You can do so much more than just even the great individual and you have all the passionate s- it can be, like you said, daunting, draining down and then you can't put your efforts elsewhere. The larger. Yeah, yeah. And what about advice for someone wanting to start in entrepreneurship of their own or become an entrepreneur? If they're just starting out what some things they should consider questions they should ask themselves? Yeah. I think there's definitely a lot of appeal in entrepeneurship nowadays. I think a lot of people are kind of chasing the potential lifestyle could come with it, and it makes sense like it's a pretty cool lifestyle if you're able to attain it. But you know, it's, it's, it's not an easy game like it takes a lot of focus about persistence of patients. So I guess my advice would be, you know, if you're gonna start a venture of some sort in entrepreneurship be up to make sure it's something that you genuinely like really like, and you can see yourself doing for years something that you can spend time every day on. And ideally it's not gonna feel like work for you. I delete something that you know it's a you wanna do and then eventually if you end up getting paid for it. Awesome, right. That's the best case scenario. But yeah, just expect to have, you know, by the patients because it takes time to build something to build something meaningful takes a lot of time. But yeah, just keep researching. Keep studying, keep executing, like I know a lot of people were into entrepreneurship. They have all these amazing ideas and it seems like they have the right vibe of energy, but they, they don't execute. They don't actually make move. They don't pull any triggers and you know it's hard to do those things. It's hard to start, but you have to and even if you don't feel completely one hundred percent ready in like maybe you don't have the exact equipment that you wanna have. Maybe you're DEA isn't completely fleshed out. It's better to start anyways, and you'll figure that out as you go along and you'll slowly improve your whole process. But yeah, just just getting started. Getting started is the hardest part is the most important part. I agree. Yeah. Just jump jump out of the train China to rule. Yeah. Yeah. Who will had wanted to ask you the logo you have? I've loved by the way. Okay. Red, I. How did that? Did you. Help design it. Did you hire someone? It's actually pretty funny that logo is been the same since the very beginning. It's like eight years old. I've thought about getting update bound the kasha. It's just become like an iconic thing in the way that came about is kind of kind of random. I didn't really have money to spend on logo at the time like because early early days with two cars before it was making any money or anything. So I used to play this video game. I was kind of obsessed with it called Diablo two. Have you heard of the? It's a game that blizzard made would still be like it's still out there, but blizzard as damn company that makes warcraft and over watching..
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"Yeah. I mean, I think if I had more time to think about that and I might be able to give you a better answer. But at the top of my head right now, I would say I think about timing Allott and. You know, just trying not to get burnt out. So like understanding myself and how I operate to avoid just any stages of, you know. Not being productive and whatnot. Yeah, I, I think about consistency a lot. I, I think one thing that I did, I don't know. I don't know if consider this a small thing, but it definitely had a big impact. I built my business in my brand in the very lean way. What I mean by that is I made sure that I built it in a way that didn't require too much day to day operational maintenance and by doing so, I was able to focus on the big picture. I was able to stay consistent with the content and you run the shop. You know, I implemented some pretty powerful software on the back end of things in the shop that helps it runs smoothly. These are like small things that. You know that they go a long way, so sting lean. That's cool overhead. Yeah, low overhead. I think mistake that lot of people make when trying to get into entrepreneurship or just trying to make money online or whatever they, they grow too fast. Almost they can't sustain it. They don't have infrastructure in place to maintain the operations. So it's it's better to stay super, super lean to minimize the moving parts and and just stay focused on doing a few things really. Well, can you name some can do a little tech, talk of the stuff behind the website that makes it smooth recommendations or what have you found out? Yeah. I mean, I've, I've dabbled with a few different platforms to run the business right now like the the businesses running on a few different platforms, those who are interested in the Texan of things. So I've got, I'm using WordPress, which is a popular content. System to handle all of the content that's hosted on the site. I've using shop affi- to power the shop in there. I dabbled.
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"I'm glad I'm glad to getting good Qatar. Qatar. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's that's kind of where we're now. It's been, I guess, almost how long has it been eight years now? Almost seven, eight years, but it's it's exciting to think about all the different ways that it's grown e. When did you or was there moment when you really you transferred in into how can I put this? You transferred from maybe other, so regular sources of income? I wanna say this, yes. And you like you actually the well, I can make enough revenue from my company now. I don't have to take side work with do so. Yeah. Yeah. So I quit my job and engineering in, gosh, what year was I think it was two thousand fourteen I wanna say. So that was like a couple years after I'd been doing YouTube, I realized like, okay, like I don't if I play my cards, right? If I make the right moves, I don't need my day job anymore. So I got to the point where I was able to pay. My living expenses went not just. Through the online revenue was making through fifty cars, and it just occurred to me that, hey, will if I spend all this time than spending at my day job instead invest integer cards, like I can grow this into even bigger bins, I won't. I won't need, you know the salary anymore. And so it's way did in working out was a decision that was you were nervous about doing or. Yeah, you know, I was like, I had a feeling he was going to happen eventually, like I wanted to tap in for a while, but I was nervous about finding the right time and I was nervous about, you know, like what? If it doesn't work out or like what? If you know I ended up, you know, bringing a lot of financial stress on myself, but I waited, I waited a long time. I waited to a point where I felt safe where I felt like it wasn't too too risky. I waited till I had a large loyal audience. I waited till I was able to like pay my living expenses just through. Do you know the passive revenues making? So I felt safe, but it was still a stressful time. It was still a big deal. Yeah, still definitely something Zayed. They're nervous. And now how did you manage time if you were working where you working fulltime? Like most of the time when you were developing fifty two cards, you're working fulltime engineering or. Yeah. How did you handle and manage manage that? Yeah. I mean, it was this, you know, with with some difficulty for sure. I was spending all day. It was a fulltime job, you know, in the lab and then sharing side of things. And then, yeah, I would come home and I would try to squeeze in at least a few more hours before going to sleep just working on the side project because I wanted us, I'd product to be the main thing, but it just had to be in a certain place before I could make a happen. So yeah, I would try to, you know, try to bounce thou and just the, you know, put some time aside for when I got home to to work on this. The second job essentially. Did you didn't turn down a lot of social life to like really hit? No. Yeah. No, I definitely. I think nationally am kind of an introverted guy. So maybe that even plates, my was It kind was of. kind of an advantage for me that like I had extra time by myself where I could invest it into something, you know, productive and useful. But yeah, I mean, I definitely did sacrifice certain social social life style, you know, in order to pull that time to the business. Glad I did. You know, definitely worked out for the best. During, let's see during the whole fifty two cards production and the business. What are some of the small things that you've done or if you realize them that have really given you the best results. Small things that have produced the biggest results and it could be for just the business running smooth smoother than before it could be. I don't know creating the next mint deck of cards..
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"Where would you do when you? How did you celebrate. I don't know if I actually celebrate. I remember coming home from work that day and seeing my inbox flooded because I used to get like Email vacations every time. So when you subscribe to my channel and in my inboxes flooded, like one hundred hundred emails, which was like a big deal back then, like right after I won. And that was really exciting for me. I remember that it's like, wow, something's happening. This is cool. And now from that fifty two cards developed, can you give us a rundown of what that is and. Yeah. So it's kind of transcended in expanded, I should say into a number of different areas. So it started out as the YouTube channel where I would teach live hand and magic in cartridge and things like that. But then as I mentioned early built a website off of it in eventually started, I y created like an online course, you know. So YouTube has a lot of, you know, the fifty two panel bunch of free resources available by creating a course for those of the more dedicated students who wanted to invest a bit more and get more comprehensive resource that was neatly organized structured. So I did that. And that was like my first venture into the business side of things. There was a Kickstarter project really. Well. I raised money for thirty days to fundraise the the money needed to produce a project such as that it did super well blew past the funding goal. And then once the happened, I realized like, oh, snap, this is. Like there's a career in this. This is like if I do it right, I can build a long term, sustainable and successful business off of this. The student base of the have off of this audience of the half. So from there, I, I built an online shop selling a variety of things specializing.
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"Marketing, product development branding, just lifestyle design is something that I think a lot about, you know, just I like to listen to talks much about psychology. Like I mentioned in all these different areas that are related to what they do, but are certainly outside of the realm of magic. Nice. That's cool. I do will so many things that the knee. Need to be researched. Yeah, on c. researching like when my favorite things really. Yeah, that's that's probably what I spend the most time on. Would you what are your favorite sources for that other so many like on read it? There's a subway that for pretty much any topic you could possibly imagine. So if I find in Utah them curious about, sometimes I'll go there because I like hearing voices from regular or quote, unquote, ordinary people rather than established the editorials and whatnot, be honestly, it depends on what I'm researching. I'd like to read. I like to audio books. YouTube is probably not probably is the greatest resource in the world for learning just about anything so watching YouTube videos. But yeah, mo- most of my resources would be online. I don't do much. I do read some physical books but most of its own line. Great. And as far as creativity, what does that mean to you? Creativity. I guess if I had to define creativity, I would say it's a. Gosh, that's that's actually pretty difficult. No, I would say it's a, you know, coming up with new ideas and you know, manifesting them in training them into a reality. You know, it's, you know, expressing yourself in in ways that maybe you haven't before it's finding new ways of communicating certain things that you find to be important. Yeah, I'll stick with that one. And what have you ever self examined what you do to get in such a good creative groove? Is there any setting or anything you do any rituals that you partake in. Honestly, I, when I get into the zone, when do they do? It's actually pretty rare that I think of it as creativity. Although it is I, you know, I focus on achieving a level of like productivity, and I've been thinking about the concept of flow states a lot lately. Are you familiar like being in flow? Yes. What they say is what they call it. So I guess you could frame that has also being a state of creativity at somewhat similar. But yeah, I mean, I am absolutely trying to maximize amount of time I spend inflow in to do that. Yeah, I think the key is that whatever task you have in front of you wherever you're working on, it can't be so challenging that it's turns you it makes you wanna stop in the camp so easy to just bores you. It's finding things to do in life that strike that balance. And once you hit that balance in its both intriguing get somewhat challenging but interesting thin. You reach the state of flow where you could spend hours and hours doing whatever that thing is in doesn't. Feel like you're working. It doesn't feel like you're doing tedious. You're just living very naturally. You're being productive and you're making good things happen. So yeah, it's just getting into that state of flow in, you know, I, I'm still trying to figure out the complete answer, but you know, I, I've noticed a few things about myself is like my environment definitely matters a lot. So like there's certain things I'll do like before work or before I set out to do some kind of task. I take a look around in my vitamin. I try and make sure it's clean, not cluttered because if environments cluttered by mind ends up getting cluttered or sometimes I'll just bounce. I'll go to like a coffee shop, which is the good ambience scored five in the, I'll try to get into flow state there. The, I have noticed a pretty profound impact the environment hands on my mental state in my ability to get into a flow state. Yeah. And how did you start becoming aware of flow state in win was long time. It was actually pretty reasonable. I think, intuitively, I. I was familiar and I understood the concept of flow. I never really find the language for insult. Honestly, just a couple months ago. I was watching the Joe Rogan podcast and this there's this guy on there who speaking very eloquently about the concept of a flow state..
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"His recent Kickstarter campaign meant to has become one of the most successful projects in playing card history. In this episode, we talk strategies as he transitioned and left his career as an engineer to a fulltime entrepreneur, his states of flow and how video games led to his current iconic company logo. We do geek out about magic a lot. In this episode, I felt a little excited as I always do when speaking or practicing the art of magic. However, we discuss a lot more and uncover some techniques and mindsets that Assad has used to allow him to run a successful company that he cares about as well as. Insistent productive lifestyle. And now please take a listen and enjoy this long-awaited conversation with Assad Chowdhry. Thank you for being on the show thing happy to be here. Okay. In a few words, who are you? How are you and what's the meaning of life? Meaning of life's happy. I didn't realize it was going to start off with such a question. Who am I? My name's Asad Chowdhury. Was, how are you? How am I? I'm doing good. It is a, it's Thursday, right? Yeah. It's been a pretty good Thursday of us, far productive and our children's. That's pretty cool. And what is the meaning of life? You know, I'm still trying to figure that out for myself. I'm afraid that if I tried to give you an answer right now, I probably wouldn't be pretty good one. That's me again, like five years and maybe maybe I'll be able to hook you up. Hopefully it'd be the same same response because we always want to not know. I think that's the thing. I think that's part of the appeal of all this. We're all just trying to figure that out. And guess if he not much that ruins the the essence of it. Well, we're gonna talk about some magic, of course before that I wanted to ask you, is there anything new or interesting that you've come across this last year outside of magic. Yeah, absolutely. I studied in research a lot of things outside of magic. Honestly, like where I'm currently at in life, I probably spend more time researching things that aren't magically than our. Because I, I've kind of pivoted in sort of way. Whereas before I was almost solely focused on the learning and teaching magic. But now like I run, I run a business online business and the skill set to to operate in grow businesses very different completely different from the skills get involved in being a magician. So yeah, I in the last year I've learned a lot in studied a lot about just entrepreneurship in general.
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"Deadly missiles hit asad airbase monitoring group says us denies involvement airstrikes kill fourteen at asad airbase after a deadly chemical attack a monitoring group says the britain based syrian observatory for human rights says most of the fourteen killed either rains or members of iran backed groups so the united states has said that was not our military attack we did see the one report for mortars and said and israel's spokeswoman was asked what she thought and said no comment right i don't know that the us would have a problem admitting if we did no i don't believe we would know we haven't had a problem before so no i there's no there there really is no issue in that it's interesting that this much time has gone by though and if israel you did do with that they haven't have signed anything right and maybe i'm missing the the breaking news somewhere and some international media but i've checked you know i i saw this over the weekend you know you and i when we basically when we cover anything we ask questions because you you can't make definitive statements on what you don't know for some people that are willing to speculate one of them is george newmar from the american spectator who wrote why the fbi is dodging devon newness it's concealing the depth of obama gate is apparently what he calls it he said it was reported recently that the fbi refuses to show congressman devon nunez an unredacted copy of the origination document that triggered the probe into the trump campaign what does he fbi hiding her a dachshund nothing that is no classified information showing collusion between trump and russia the fbi is simply trying.
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"Deadly missiles hit asad airbase monitoring group says us denies involvement airstrikes kill fourteen at asad airbase after a deadly a chemical attack a monitoring group says the britainbased syrian observatory for human rights says most of the fourteen killed either iranians or members of iran backed groups so the united states has said that was not our military attack we did see the one report for mortars and said and israel spokeswoman was asked what she thought and said no comment right i don't know that the us would have a problem admitting if we did no i don't believe we would know you know we haven't had a problem before so no there's no there there really is no issue in that it's interesting that this much time has gone by though and if you know did do with that they haven't have signed anything right and maybe i'm missing the the breaking news somewhere in some international media but i've checked yeah i i've been checking throughout the morning there's so far nothing there it all i i saw this over the weekend you know you and i when we basically when we cover anything we ask questions because you you can't make definitive statements on what you don't know for some people that are willing to speculate one of them is george newmar from the american spectator who wrote why the fbi is dodging devon nunez it's concealing the depth of obama gate is apparently what he calls it he said it was reported recently that the fbi refuses to show congressman devin nunez an unredacted copy of.
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"Deadly missiles hit asad airbase monitoring group says us denies involvement airstrikes kill fourteen at asad airbase after a deadly a chemical attack a monitoring group says the britain based syrian observatory for human rights says most of the fourteen kilderry they're iranians or members of iran backed groups so the united states has said that was not our military attack we did see the one report for mortars and said and israel spokeswoman was asked what she thought and said no comment right i i don't know that the us would have a problem admitting if we did no i don't believe we would know we haven't had a problem before so no there's no there there really is no issue in that it's interesting that this much time has gone by though and if israel did do it that they haven't had anything right and maybe i'm missing the the breaking news somewhere in some international media but i've checked yeah i i've been checking throughout the morning there's so far nothing there you know i i saw this over the weekend you know you and i when we basically when we cover anything we ask questions because you you can't make definitive statements on what you don't know there are some people that are willing to speculate one of them is george newmar from.
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"Deadly missiles hit asad airbase monitoring group says us denies involvement airstrikes kill fourteen at asad airbase after a deadly a chemical attack a monitoring group says the britainbased syrian observatory for human rights says most of the fourteen kilderry the iranians or members of iran backed groups so the united states has said that was not our military attack we did see the one report for mortars and said and israel spokeswoman was asked what she thought and said no comment i don't know that the us would have a problem admitting if we did no i don't believe we would know we haven't had a problem before so no there's no there there really is no issue in that it's interesting that this much time has gone by though and if israel did do it that they haven't have said anything right and maybe i'm missing the the breaking news somewhere in some international media but i've checked it all i saw this over the weekend you know you and i when we basically when we cover anything we ask questions because you you can't make definitive statements on what you don't know there are some people that are willing to speculate one of them is george newmar from the american spectator.