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Ukrainian President Zelensky shuts down Trump claim that Ukraine is corrupt

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00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Ukrainian President Zelensky shuts down Trump claim that Ukraine is corrupt

"Ukraine's president one here's a Lynskey is at an international conference on security this weekend in Munich where he sat down with CNN's Christiane Amanpour for an interview his first since the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump he said he rejects president trump's claim of widespread corruption in his country he said that the previous years it also corrupt it's contrary Ukraine I I told him where it honestly and I was very open with him I I had told him that we fight for this car option with fide with this fight each day but please please stop to see that's you grand is corrupted contra Bob because from now it's it's not true Mr trump recently called Ukraine the third most corrupt country in the world in an interview with fox news so once he says his country in the U. S. have a very good relationship and that he's ready for his White House

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Boris Johnson and Trump: Whose day was worse?

Amanpour

09:07 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson and Trump: Whose day was worse?

"Welcome to the program everyone. I'm Christiane Amanpour in New York where world leaders speaking at the United Nations General Assembly President Donald Trump's speech was heavily focused focused on his domestic reelection agenda lashing out at what he called a permanent political class he railed against China and Iran too and later though he seem to relax at a meeting with his closest European soulmate the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson but both face major crises at home controversies as the call into question their commitment to the rule of law and democracy itself here in the United States the latest scandal to engulf the president his phone call to the Ukrainian leader and request to investigate his political opponent the former vice president Joe Biden and he is now facing renewed calls for impeachment here's what the president had had to say as he arrived at the UN. It's a witch hunt. I'm leading in the polls. They have no idea how they stopped me the only way they can try through impeachment humint. This has never happened to President before. There's never been a thing like this before. It's nonsense and when you see the call when you see the readout of the call which I assume whom you'll see at some point you'll understand. That call was perfect. It couldn't have been nicer and even the Ukrainian government put out a statement. That was perfect call. There was no pressure. Put on them whatsoever. So of course we are waiting for a transcript that call but as for Boris Johnson before he took to the podium the Supreme Court at home home issued a momentous decision that is controversial five weeks suspension of parliament was in fact unlawful and it's another in a string of severe blows that he suffered since becoming prime minister and vowing to push brexit through do or died. Yes obviously this is a voted that oh we will respect and we respect the judicial process so I have to say I strongly disagree with what the justices found I didn't think that right but we will go ahead and Paul comeback and parliament is coming back tomorrow so democracy. Chrissy and rule of law are in focus on both sides of the pond today with me now to discuss share our oh he's the former French ambassador to the United States and also to the United Nations and Jane Harman. She's president and CEO the Wilson Center and she also served nine terms as a member of Congress. Well let us get to the heart of the matter I started by saying both these issues that we've highlighted do in fact speak directly to the commitment of our leaders to the rule of Lauren democracy. Let me ask you first because the president of the United States is in the crosshairs right now well they both fit it was interesting to hear Boris Johnson and just say that he will respect the decision. I think the alternative is to go to jail in Britain. It's very clear what the role of that court is. and I think that means that he may lose his majority because what will happen unless he can pull a no brexit deal together which he doesn't seem to be able to do you may have to extend the deadline is that Farrage Farraj brexit tears will bail from the Conservative Party and I I don't know where the future leadership of what about the president of the United States. I mean here now. There's increased pressure on Nancy Pelosi who stood back from this idea of getting in meshed in an impeachment but this huge amount of pressure on her now right here is ah of course the rule of law should prevail here. I think it's important to see what the whistle blower wrote and I think it will either leak or be given to Congress soon and then we'll we'll have more information. I think a partisan impeachment is a very sad result of this. Should it come to that. I saw the movie in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight against Bill Clinton. what happens is the president gets stronger. This will feed his sense of grievance. You just showed a a piece where he said that hat and and it will keep us divided instead if we wait and get more information and there is a bipartisan way forward. I think that will be much healthier for the country and for the rule Jira aerobic. I WanNa ask you also about well. Let me ask you I actually about the UK Parliament and the You you K- Supreme Court that has determined that it was unlawful and unconstitutional. What Boris Johnson did I know you're looking at it also in a lens of Brexit. How what do you make of the rule of law aspect of it? I think it would be embarrassing. Ears debt for a lot of citizens especially you know the people walk close to the the populist wave that we are facing it could appear as a new attempt by the establishment to block brexit and so I do think whatever my personal feelings towards Brexit of course I would prefer the UK to remain in European Union. I think that the UK has to leave you. You you know fifty. Two percent of the of the British voted for it you know in France we add a referendum in two hundred five here about the EU Constitution Institution fifty five percent of the French said no and eventually it went through the parliament and today the populist are still saying you stole the vote of the French so I I really again. We have to respect the rule of law but we have also to understand that there is a sort of tension between what the citizens want expressed express their anger and decision of the judge really interested to hear you both you on the on the on the Donald trump situation that an impeachment might in fact strengthen him and you're Democrat so I'm saying it in that regard and actually produce a backlash and you're saying that even the Supreme Court ruling might produce a backlash. That's interesting. I mean Boston well. I think there is an alternative. I I think Nancy Pelosi suggested last week that the the procedure of the office of Legal Counsel at the Justice Department that prevents sitting President President from being indicted might be overturned by legislation and if courts consider. Let's come back to court whether Donald Trump pass committed crimes. I think that would be better than a partisan impeachment. What worries me about this is that there will be democratic. Support in the Senate a Dick Durbin has just come out in favor of impeachment and there is growing a consensus in the Democratic Caucus in the house so I think she probably has to move well. I'm a hearing actually that CNN sources are confirming that Speaker Pelosi is going to start an announce the process towards impeachment the formal the process which everyone knows is is basically the beginning of impeachment but what happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight was not pretty the better movies to the Democratic Ready President Bill Clinton and Republican stampede to impeach him. several counts were adopted in the house but in the Senate he was not convicted it and what happened was he got stronger and the driving force got weaker. the better movie was in the early seventies when I was a young council in the Senate the Nixon impeachment which was bipartisan bill call in then a freshman in the house later a Republican senator and then Secretary of defense had the courage to join the Democrats crats and the whole inquiry was much more low key in serious and after that the Democratic Senate leaders are the Senate leaders Republican Senate leaders came to Richard Nixon and said you will be convicted and he resigned and that was an orderly process based on whatever were were the facts at the time so I'm hoping that if it comes to this and impeachment is very sad thing to happen but if it comes to this and there certainly are a lot of allegations out there that it will be bipartisan and it we'll be done in a manner that gets the respect of not just our country but the world I mean so far. There is no indication at all that they'll be bipartisanship because the Republican Party has become the trump party in terms of all intensive for people who are leaving running against trying to run against the three of them Gerardo. I would like to play you a couple of soundbites because I want to ask you about the credibility of some of the reasons that president trump is giving for having tried to talk to the Ukrainian president. I'm I going to play the one that that he said earlier the conference talking about a congratulatory they treat message to the Ukrainian president. It's just play that conversation I had was is largely. Congratulatory was largely corruption. All of the corruption fixing play was largely the fact that we don't want our people like the vice. President Biden is done creating big corrupt already in the Ukraine

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Outside the normal pattern see climate change. See your quick, you're very shrewd out there to notice this, sir. Because it's all part of the politics of selling here this afternoon. CNN international Christiane Amanpour has a show, and she was talking to you K astronomer Royal Lord Martin REEs about his new book on the future prospects for humanity and Christiane Amanpour said when you look towards what is the biggest exit central to our planet. Is it an asteroid colliding with the mothership that would be earth? Do what is the biggest existential threat to our panic? Most of the kinds of risks juiced by us humans either collectively on the climate's all the environment all individually because technology so powerful that even a few people can have a really catastrophic affect the cascades globally. And as I said my book, I look in this asteroid perspective and US been around for forty million centuries. But this is the first species David the human species has a future the planet is his house because what do in this century will determine whether reliever depleted planet for future generations will whether we can survive state of I remember fifty will thirty years ago when I started telling people, you wait, they're gonna start saying the greatest threat to the earth is humanity. And they're now doing it and this guy Lord Martin REEs, Royal Lord, Martin REEs. His new book on the future prospects for humanity. We are the first species in forty five million centuries that hold the fate of the planet in our very hands. Now, if I had been hosting this program instead of Christiane Amanpour, I would have said, okay. Well. Let's say that somebody ordered you to destroy the planet at gave you a government directive destroy the habitat destroy, whatever your what would you do? What would you advise forget, whether you agree with it or not as your superior demands that you destroy the what would you do? How would you do it? I would love one of these clowns. Because I know what they would say. Well, nuclear definite, wait a minute. Nuclear detonation isn't climate change. If you want, but and you're not gonna destroy the habitat, you might destroy it for human beings, but you're not gonna start life on the planet. Nobody's ever going to be able to do that life will survive. No matter what somewhere somehow the point is. This is how they get hating themselves blaming themselves. This is when they set up redemption for all of this damage or causing you can make.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Outside the normal pattern see climate change. See your quick, you're very shrewd out there to notice this, sir. Because it's all part of the politics of selling it here. This afternoon. CNN international Christiane Amanpour has a show, and she was talking to you K astronomer Royal Lord Martin REEs about his new book on the future prospects for humanity and Christiane Amanpour said when you look towards what is the biggest existential threat to our planet. Is it an asteroid colliding with the mothership that would be earth? Do what is the biggest general? Threat to panic. Worry about most the kinds of risks juiced by us humans either. Collectively on the climate's all the evolvement all individually because technology is so powerful that even a few people can has really catastrophic effect the cuss gays globally. And as I said in my book, asked perspective and USB the Ron for forty five billion centuries. But this is the first species. The human species has the future of the planet is hands because we'll be doing this sensory will determine whether we leave a depleted planet for future generations, or whether we can survive sustainable, I remember fifty or thirty years ago when I started telling people, you wait, they're gonna start saying the greatest threat to the earth is humanity. And they're now doing it and this guy Lori Martin REEs, Royal Lord, Martin REEs new book on the future prospects for humanity. We are the first species in forty five million centuries that hold the fate of the planet in our very hands. Now, if I had been hosting this program instead of Christiane Amanpour, I would have said, okay. Well. Let's say that somebody ordered you to destroy the planet at gave you a government directive destroy the habitat destroy, whatever your what would you do? What would you advise forget, whether you agree with it or not your superior demands that you destroy the what would you how would you do it? I would love one of these clowns. Because I know what they would say. Well, nuclear wait a minute nuclear detonation isn't climate change. If you want, and you're not gonna destroy habitat, you might destroy it for human beings, but you're not gonna start life on the planet. Nobody's ever going to be able to do that life will survive. No matter what somewhere somehow the point is. This is how they get people hating themselves blaming themselves. This is when they set up redemption for all of this damage or causing you.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The normal pattern see climate change. See your quick, you're very shrewd out there to notice this, sir. Because it's all part of the politics of selling it here. This afternoon. CNN international Christiane Amanpour has a show, and she was talking to you k- astronomer Royal Lord Martin REEs about his new book on the future prospects for humanity and Christiane Amanpour said when you look towards what is the biggest existential threat to our planet. Is it an asteroid colliding with the mothership that would be earth? What is the biggest existential threat to panic? What I worry about most the congress produced by us humans either collectively on the climate all the environment all individually because technology is so powerful that even a few people can have a really catastrophic affect the cascades globally. And as I said in my book, I look at this asked perspective and ESPN Iran, four forty five billion centuries. But this is the first species human species has the future the package at his house because what we do in this century will determine whether we leave a depleted planet for two generations, or whether we can survive sustainable, I remember fifty will thirty years ago when I started telling people, you wait, they're gonna start saying the greatest threat to the earth is humanity. And they're now doing it and this guy Lord Martin REEs, Royal Lord, Martin REEs. His new book on the future prospects for humanity. We are the first species in forty five million centuries that hold the fate of the planet in our very hands. Now, if I had been hosting this program instead of Christiane Amanpour, I would've said, okay. Well. Let's say that somebody ordered you to destroy the planet at gave you a government directive destroy the habitat destroy, whatever your what would you do? What would you advise forget, whether you agree with your superior demands that you destroy the what will you do? How would you do it? I would love one of these clowns. Because I know what they would say. Well, nuclear designate, wait a minute nuclear detonation isn't climate change. If you want, but and you're not gonna destroy the habitat, you might destroy it for human beings, but you're not gonna strike life on the planet. Nobody's ever going to be able to do that life will survive. No matter what somewhere somehow the point is. This is how they get people hating themselves blaming themselves. This is when they set up redemption for all of this damage or causing you can make amends by voting democrat voting big government. What have you? Newsradio KLBJ..

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Outside the normal pattern see climate change. See your quick, you're very shrewd out there to notice this, sir. Because it's all part of the politics of selling it here. This afternoon. CNN international Christiane Amanpour has a show, and she was talking to you K astronomer Royal Lord Martin REEs about his new book on the future prospects for humanity and Christiane Amanpour said when you look towards what is the biggest existential threat to our planet is an asteroid colliding with the mothership that would be earth. Lou, what is the biggest existentialist threat to our Pettit? Most of the kinds of risks produced by us humans either collectively on the climate's all the environment all individually because technology so powerful to even a few people can have a really catastrophic affect the cuss gays globally. And as I said in my book, I look in his perspective and ESPN Iran, full, forty five billion centuries. But this is the first species, namely, the human species has a future the planet is house because we'll be doing this century will determine whether reliever depleted planet for generations. Whether we can survive sustainably, I remember fifty will thirty years ago when I started telling people, you wait, they're gonna start saying the greatest threat to the earth is humanity. And they're now doing it and this guy Lord Martin REEs, Royal Lord Martin. His new book on the future prospects for humanity. We are the first species in forty five million centuries that hold the fate of the planet. In our very hands. Now, if I had been hosting this program instead of Christiane Amanpour, I would've said, okay. Well. Let's say that somebody ordered you to destroy the planet at gave you a government directive destroy the habitat destroy, whatever your what would you do? What would you advise forget, whether you agree with it or not your superior demands that you destroy? What would you do? How would you do it? I would love one of these clowns. Because I know what they would say. Nuclear detonate. Wait a minute. Nuclear detonation isn't climate change. If you want, but then you're not going to destroy the habitat, you might destroy it for human beings, but you're not gonna strike life on the planet. Nobody's ever going to be able to do that life will survive. No matter what somewhere somehow the point is. This is how they get people hating themselves blaming themselves. And this is when they set up redemption for all of this damage or causing you can make amends.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KNSS

"The normal pattern see climate change. See your quick, you're very shrewd out there to notice this, sir. Because it's all part of the politics of selling it here. This afternoon. CNN international Christiane Amanpour has a show, and she was talking to you K astronomer Royal Lord Martin REEs about his new book on the future prospects for humanity and Christiane Amanpour said when you look towards what is the biggest existential threat to our planet. Is it an asteroid colliding with the mothership that would be earth through? What is the biggest existential threat to our most the kinds of racism induced by us humans either collectively on the climate's all the environment all individually because technology so powerful that even a few people can have a really catastrophic effect the cascades globally, and as I said in my book, I look in this asked perspective and ESPN Iran, full forty five billion centuries. But this is the first species, David the human species. Has the future of the planet is hands because what we do in this century will determine whether we leave a depleted planet for generations old whether we can survive sustainable, I remember fifty will thirty years ago when I started telling people, you wait, they're gonna start saying the greatest threat to the earth is humanity. And they're now doing it and this guy Lord Martin REEs, Royal Lord, Martin REEs new book on the future prospects for humanity. We are the first species in forty five million centuries that hold the fate of the planet in our very hands. Now, if I had been hosting this program instead of Christiane Amanpour, I would have said, okay. Well. Let's say that somebody ordered you to destroy the planet at gave you a government directive destroy the habitat destroy, whatever your what would you do? What would you advise forget, whether you agree with it or not your superior demands that you destroy the what would you do? How would you do it? I would love one of these clowns. Because I know what they would say. Well, nuclear detonation, wait a minute nuclear detonation isn't climate change. If you want, but and you're not gonna destroy the habitat, you might destroy it for human beings, but you're not gonna strike life on the planet. Nobody's ever going to be able to do that life will survive. No matter what somewhere somehow the point is. This is how they get people hating themselves blaming themselves. This is when they set up redemption for all of this damage or causing you can make.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Nightline

"These stirring images from the Arab spring uprising in Libya Kovin xdrive to get the story and to get it. I was well known. We were very fiercely committed to getting the story I and getting the scoop I but in one of the most important, you know, scoops of the last, you know, decade, the two of us pooled resources to get the loss of interview with Christiane Amanpour and co wtn's interview airing here on Nightline, they say that you ordered air attacks against people against civilians, Marie my generation we showed that having a female perspective was really important. But most importantly when we came to the field wall was changing it was becoming a war against civilians. It was this kind of war being waged in Syria that Kovin could not stay away from in two thousand twelve she and Conroy got themselves. Smuggled inside to report on the destruction firsthand this shot from their last assignment for the Sunday Times was taken in a makeshift shelter in homes, while the city was under siege that image gave life to this stirring scene in the movie. You know, these women who'd lost the husbands the sons anyone who didn't have anyone to look after them was in face from people to know, your story, Hyneman recreated, the widows basement and cast Syrian refugees all with real stories of loss to tell. You're the fool. Gets through. I marie. Put my hand on her. And she looks at me, and she said, I don't want this just to be woods on payback. I thought my goodness. She doesn't you know? She's speaking to me. So I'm a generalist. This is not a woman in a movie speaking to an actress, it was their unwavering determination to shed light on one of the most brutal offensives in homes that could tell Kovin and Conroy to remain in Syria stuff. I gotta go back there. Twenty eight thousand people that she thought by getting man by taking that study by bringing it to the world the world with intervene and stop the killing the slaughter that was about to happen that was happening that we were in the middle of February of two thousand twelve as two of the last western journalists inside they witnessed the death of a little boy killed by showing Kovin speaking to CNN's Anderson Cooper, and we just watched. This little by little tummy heaving and heaving as he tried to. It was it was horrific. Just I'm broke that decision to broadcast a great risk bringing attention to the suffering would also bring Assad attention to them. We had this conversation that went along the lines of marine choose the wind up going to be alive to file a phony by Friday the following day. Kovin was killed by an airstrike. Conroy was severely wounded for me assignment. Never really ended. You know? You know, I on the way out they were saying, you know, get out and tell the world I just felt real -fensive obligation and duty of on to Marie and for the filmmakers continuing to tell the story that ultimately killed Kovin could not be more important right now that common that we see feature films about conflicts that are ongoing usually it's it's got a retrospective element. Was there was that tricky in some way that is one of the tragedies of of how the film ends is not just an hour life ends. But also that this this tragedy of Syria persists till till today five hundred thousand plus people have been killed says she was killed her stories important, reminding us through this film is important, and we generally standing up for standing up for the truth and standing up for being the is is of the people is really important to crystallize right now. In fact, no-one said it better than Kovin herself. Our mission is to report, these horrors of war with accuracy and without prejudice..

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

"Welcome to the program, everyone, I'm Christiane Amanpour in New York as the final votes accounted in a midterm election. That was under the global microscope. We can save say that history was made. There was a woman's wave. They want bigger than ever and more than a hundred coming to congress voting one big to number so far reflect a massive turn up with estimates of close to one hundred fifteen million voters, costing their ballots about double the votes for the last mid-term all of this delivered divided government as Democrats take control of congress and Republicans. Tighten their grip on the Senate leader Nancy Pelosi likely, the incoming speaker of the house gave President Donald Trump, a taste of the democratic agenda. Innovatory speech Nate last night. Is more than about Democrats and Republicans it's about restoring the constitution's checks and balances to the Trump administration. It's about stopping the GOP. Mitch McConnell is the sauce on Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act and the healthcare of one hundred thirty million Americans living with pre existing medical conditions now in the woods of one Republican. The Democrats may have won back the house, but don't Trump won the election something that he is clearly reveling in the morning after we show the candidates that I supported achieve tremendous success last night. As an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week. Nine one last night. This vigorous campaigning. Stop the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if there ever was such thing, but could have been if. The president went on to say that last night's results are good indicator for the twenty twenty presidential campaign. So let's get a deeper reality. Check from our regular political contributor or editor analyst, John Avalon. Welcome back to the program wonderful to see. So we've said a few. I if you historic markers, women, the turn out, etc. What does this say about all the indicators that we all look at and about the state of the country right now. Well, it says the country is very divided particularly around urban and rural line suburban votes actually were split the cycle forty nine forty nine. Democrats, however, picking up some really big seats that Republicans had considered safe in the outskirts of Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Charleston Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. That's a big deal because those seats had been considered essentially safe. So you're seeing this those demographic changes really taking place turnout was extraordinarily as you said almost one hundred and fifteen million votes compared to around eighty eight million in the last midterm of two thousand fourteen which was in a seventy year low..

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

"Welcome to the program everyone. I'm Christiane Amanpour deal conventional wisdom has it that a much vaunted Blue Wave is going to surge over the congressional parapets tomorrow at least in the house of representatives. But a major factor the political power of the Christian right is one too seriously contend with some eighty percent of white evangelical bought Donald Trump in the two thousand sixteen election. And now two years later their support is still at an all time high. As one of them says if evangelical are removed from the white vote Trump loses whites activists on the left of baffled struggling to comprehend. How people the faith would support a president whose life is. They see it has hardly been a model of Christian living, but to evangelical supporters, President Trump has been a major political advocate for Christian laws and values and they're pouring money and organizational support into Republican. Races all across the country. Now, Tony Perkins is a leading feel Marshall in this fight for Christian power. He's the president of the Family Research Council, a deeply influential lobbying group, and he says the religious right is in a spiritual role with the rulers of darkness, Tony Perkins. Welcome to the program from Washington. Thank you. Good to be with you. So let's start with the beginning. I said the you all are putting a lot of effort organizational and financial into these races into Republican races. And I understand that you and your organization have these sort of pasta briefings sort of get out the vote all sorts of you know, toolkit, can you tell me exactly what you're doing. Well, you've covered a lot of territory here. I can tell you what we're doing is. We're working with churches across America to bring them to an understanding of what's happening in our nation in the quote that you alluded to earlier was actually in a sermon I preach from Asians chapter six and the rest of that was it we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities and the issue is not with people or with parties. But it's with the spiritual influences. And so there is concern about the direction of our country. There's concern about religious freedom, which continues to be a major issue for conservative voters in one of the reasons they did back Trump in the general election as because he promised to to defend religious freedom in the exercise thereof. And that's what he's done as president. And so what we've seen is more and more pastors and churches who really understood the threat in the last eight years are remaining very supportive of of this present. And his policies. Tony growth is. I want to ask you, whether you are a toll troubled by what I needed to which is President Trump in his personal life in what he's been saying into refugees and others. I mean, you know, he uses quite Hauch edgy language, and he's had all these issues. Stormy Daniels and others how people want to try to figure out how people have faith like yourself support that kind of individual. And I think I'm hearing you say that it does boil down to politics, and the kind of politics you support..

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Golden the IB microphone into distinguished 'em prestigious unique and one of a kind Limbaugh institute for advanced studies. There are no graduates in there are no degrees because the learning never stops in the way, we can ever give anybody degree here because we don't stop teaching. Can't get a degree unless you stop learning. And that doesn't happen here. Number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two the Email address elrushbo eibnet dot US. Now, look, this is a minor technical point up probably going to get in trouble for making it. There is a tweet here from the national weather service calling this storm the worst case scenario, but it is. It's a category for it's not the eye wall doesn't look like it's going to hit a major population center. Do not misunderstand me. I am not saying the big deal. A worst case scenario would be category. Five barreling right over Panama City, or Panama City beach. This thing looks like it's gonna hit between our has hit between Panama City, and Mexico beach. Mexico beach is such a small place that you have to expand the map two times ten before it reads out that there's a city there. This is basically a wooded area not heavily populated, but Tallahassee is right right down the road from where this thing is going to hit. Now. This does not mean that Appalachia cola in Pensacola in Pensacola beach, Panama City beach, you're not gonna get hit. They are. But not by a worst case scenario. I it's a minor point. That's no comfort to people in the zone here. But it's just again, I'm a stickler for the way things are not getting reported and people get all ginned up and and. Worked into a frenzy over things, particularly in politics, and it it usually is not warranted. It's in this way that that media and others. So successfully manipulate people whereas people that tried to play it straight deal with it honestly in straight honor at a bit a bit of a of a disadvantage. I mentioned this at the beginning of the program. Hillary Rodham Clinton did a TV interview with her, bud. Christiane Amanpour on CNN yesterday. And Hillary Clinton said. That this is a time for incivility. This is a time for people to be mean and rude and violent against Republicans. This is a time for it. And the time for this incivility, the end, we'll be when the Democrats take back the house or listen it. Hillary Clinton discussed President Trump. The supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh and civility in politics with Christiane Amanpour on CNN. I'm unfortunate last night. This happened yesterday. Last night. President Trump had a sort of ceremony for Justice cavenaugh at the White House. He apologized on behalf of the American people for the amount of pain and harm. The judge had been put through what do you make of that Hillary and what message including the president's mocking of Krisztian ballsy Ford for her allegations. What message does that send to women and remember women went for President Trump in two thousand sixteen Hillary said white women did I'm in poor? Yes. That's right. White women. I forgot white women. We don't like white women. Right hillary. That's right. We don't even though I am one. White women all white women. All women went for me. White women went for Trump and look white women have been voting against democratic presidential candidates for decades. Now, the white vote has only then one twice in the last sixty years. My husband being one of the two Lyndon Johnson being it's not a surprise. It's a disappointment that white women vote Republican not for me. But it is what it is. And they're in Hillary Clinton stumbled and swerved into a truth. Except for the very exceptional election year of nineteen sixty four which was following the JFK assassination. The Democrats have not gotten more than fifty percents of the white vote in the presidential election since nineteen thirty two now when you look at it that way, you can understand why democrat party circles there's hatred for white people white people white women have been rejecting them white married. Suburban women have been rejecting them. This is why the feminazi movements sprang up. This is why. The left has started concocting all different categories for non white suburban women to be plugged into. So that they can then be said to be Democrats constituents. This by the way, this is again, why in nineteen sixty five Ted Kennedy and the Democrats reopened the floodgates to immigration. I need to remind everybody again from about one thousand nine hundred eighty one thousand nine hundred eighty three through nineteen and sixty five we shutdown immigration, not two zero. But we put very strict limits on it. And the reason was to be able to assimilate all of the immigrants that had come into the country the late eighteen hundreds through the nineteen early twenties. Assimilation was key to American immigration policy. Arriving immigrants all wanted to be citizens, by the way, and there were things they had to do to become citizens. They had to learn a language and they had to learn the history of America. They had to be able to pass questions about the history of America on a test, and they had to swear and pledge their loyalty and devotion to the United States, and they were eager to do it. And they were happy to do it. Now, they they maintain their ethnicity. The Irish or the Italians unit, but they wanted to become Americans and they did. And it took a number of years to assimilate them all well. Nineteen sixty five is when Ted Kennedy led the charge to reopen the immigration floodgates, which then, of course, led to once that happened, illegal immigration ramped. Up in an uncontrollable way. And that wave of immigrants starting in nineteen sixty five km from third world socialist countries, the Democrats realized they could only win the White House. If they changed the population of America, they were losing presidential elections with the native American population because they were losing. White women and Mrs Clinton just admitted it here to Christiane Amanpour of CNN. It never occurred to them to change their policies what they had to do in order to attract white voters what they had to do was change America. So back to Hillary. She said what was done last night in the White House meeting. Trump apologizing for the nation to Cavanaugh. What was done in the White House last night? She said was a political rally. It further undermined the image and integrity of the court. And that troubles me greatly Christiane for it saddens me because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional B S. The judicial system has been viewed by you as election insurance. The judicial system has been used by you and Mrs Clinton the rest of the Democrats as your private refuge. You have looked at the court as a place, you can stock like-minded leftist activists to make sure things that you believe in which never could pass legislation somehow become law in America. That's why they want the courts. If you want to really get frustrated, you've heard me say this, and you've probably heard a lot of other people, but stop and think about this outside of ObamaCare, practically every liberal the steak every liberal idea and belief that now is the law in this country would not have become law in congress because it never would have passed liberalism, and the democrat party's ideas have never been mass popular the only way that we have bastardized. Pop culture laws in reality today is because democrat activist judges have been essentially writing law when they take cases and interpret them, and then pronounced decisions Roe versus Wade is the most sterling example of this. But there are countless others. The simple fact of the matter is the democrat party has never been capable of winning legislation to. Implement the ideas, they believe in because most of the American people when they know what's at stake. Don't want them. That's the value of judges. And that's the value of courts to the Democrats would Mrs Clinton says. That what happened in the White House the other night saddens her? Because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional BS. Not by you. In fact, to Hillary Clinton and people like her the constitutions obstacle as well. It's certainly not something to revere. Christiane amanpour. Did you see any way even a conservative? Steve I was speaking with yesterday. So the only way to repair America is to try to get back to some civility to try to make it that even if we have political disagreements were not going to go to war with each other. We're not going to destroy each other. Hillary clinton. Well, certainly I would love to see us return to civility Christiane Amanpour listening to one another working on our differences. But that is not the Republican party that exists today. That is certainly not the administration that we haven't power right now when the Republican Senate denied the right of President Obama to have his nominee for the supreme court, Merrick garland, here we go off to the races again mischaracterizing that. Get blue in the face. That's Joe Biden rule, the Democrats invented that rule that presidents don't get the name supreme court justices during vacancies that happened in the last year of their term. That's a democrat inspired instituted rule. And she knows it. But the Republicans didn't destroy Merrick garland. The Democrats didn't have to fight battles defending his character and his life because the Republicans were not trying to straw him as they did Cavanaugh. Anyway, the upshot of this is that Hillary Clinton says it's it's a time for instability. It is a time for this kind of extremism because that's what we're up against Steve Scalise. Who was shocked by one of the believers of Hillary Clinton at that Republican baseball practice. Cannot believe at Bill Cassidy. Senator from Louisiana responded to Hillary at a time when Republicans are being shot stabbed docs, beaten. Run out of restaurants and sent death threats. Hillary Clinton urged Democrats to be even more uncivil. What an irresponsible statement every democrat should denounce. They're not going to denounce her. They privately publicly encouragement they applauded they support it that is who they are. This is the party, by the way that has been railing against all this instability. For. I don't know how long this is why. I look at average American voters paying attention to this. And I don't understand how any of them can want to side. With what the democrat party is doing how they're doing it. I know what happens. But it's it's a mystery to me. My hope is my faith is that this incivility this insanity this unhinged. Democrat behavior is negatively impacting the Democrats that the cavenaugh effect. Pro republican. I know that's real the polling data indicates that that's real. If you wanna believe polling data. But we're never going to get a poll. Of people who disapprove of democrat party tactics and techniques that poll is never going to be run. And if they did if somebody on the left did run that poll and the results came back that it was quite harmful of the Democrats. They wouldn't run the results. They would get hold of democrat leaders. The media was look this is not working you guys you'd better get hold of your people in dial back. The problem is Democrats can't dial these people back the Democrats don't control these left wing radicals. That's why you don't see any public statements of disapproval. Gotta take a break. We'll get started with fallen 's. Right after the rush is always at work and the IB never closes fifteen hours a week here. What is there not said it turns out a lot? And the Limbaugh letter is a repository for three hours is just not enough. Get the Limbaugh letter available in printed digital editions. Subscribe now at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the. Region's.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Point. That's no comfort to people in the in the zone here. Again, you know, I'm a stickler for the way things end up getting reported. And people get all ginned up and and. Worked infant into a frenzy over things, particularly in politics. And it usually is not warranted. It's in this way that that media and others. So successfully manipulate people whereas people that try to play it straight deal with it honestly in straight honor at a bit a bit of a of a disadvantage. I mentioned this at the beginning of the program. Hillary Rodham Clinton did a TV interview with her, bud. Christiane Amanpour on CNN yesterday. And Hillary Clinton said that this is a time for instability. This is a time for people to be mean and rude and violent against Republicans. This is a time for it. And the time for this incivility the end we'll be when the Democrats take back the house or the Senate. Hillary Clinton discussed President Trump. The supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh and civility in politics with Christiane Amanpour on CNN, I'm enforce it last night. This happened yesterday last night. President Trump had a sort of ceremony for Justice cavenaugh at the White House. He apologized on behalf of the American people from the amount of pain and harm that he said the judge had been put through what do you make of that Hillary and what message including the president's mocking of Krisztian ballsy Ford for her allegations. What message does that send to women and remember women went for President Trump in two thousand sixteen Hillary said white women did I'm poor? Yes. That's right. White women. I forgot white women. We don't like white women. Right hillary. That's right. We don't even though I am one. White women all white women. All women went for me. White women went for Trump and look white women have been voting against democratic presidential candidates for decades. Now, the white vote has only then won twice in the last sixty years. My husband being one of the two Lyndon Johnson being. So it's not a surprise. It's a disappointment that white women vote Republican and not for me. But it is what it is. And they're in Hillary Clinton stumbled and swerved into a truth. Except for the very exceptional election year of nineteen sixty four which was following the JFK assassination. The Democrats have not gotten more than fifty percent of the white vote in the presidential election since nineteen thirty two now when you look at it that way, you can understand why in democrat party circles, there's hatred for white people white people white women have been rejecting them white married. Suburban women have been rejecting them. This is why the feminazi movements sprang up. This is why. The left has started concocting all different categories for non white suburban women to be plugged into. So that they can then be said to be Democrats constituents. This by the way, this is again, why in nineteen sixty five Ted Kennedy and the Democrats reopened the floodgates to immigration. I need to remind everybody again from about one thousand nine hundred twenty one to nineteen twenty three through nineteen sixty five we shutdown immigration not zero. But we put very strict limits on it. And the reason was to be able to assimilate all of the immigrants that had come into the country. The late eighteen hundreds through the nineteen early twenties. Assimilation was key to American immigration policy. Arriving immigrants all wanted to be citizens, by the way. And there were things they had to do to become citizens. They had to learn the language and they had to learn the history of America. They had to be able to pass questions about the history of America on a test. And they had to swear and pledge their loyalty and devotion to the United States, and they were eager to do it. And they were happy to do it. Now, they they maintain their ethnicity. The Irish the Italians unit, but they wanted to become Americans, and they did and it took a number of years to assimilate them all well. Nineteen sixty five is when Ted Kennedy led the charge to reopen the immigration floodgates, which then, of course, led to once that happened, illegal immigration ramped. Up in an uncontrollable way. And. That wave of immigrants starting in nineteen sixty five km from third world socialist countries, the Democrats realized they could only win the White House. If they changed the population of America, they were losing presidential elections with the native American population because they were losing. White women and Mrs Clinton just admitted it here to Christiane Amanpour of CNN. It never occurred to them to change their policies what they had to do in order to attract white voters what they had to do was change America. So back to Hillary. She said what was done last night in the White House meeting. Trump apologizing for the nation to Cavanaugh. What was done in the White House last night? She said was a political rally. It further undermined the image and integrity of the court. And that troubles me greatly Christiane Amanpour, it saddens me because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional will be the judicial system has been viewed by you as election insurance. The judicial system has been by you and Mrs Clinton the rest of the Democrats as your private refuge. You have looked at the court as a place, you can stock like-minded leftist activists to make sure things that you believe in which never could pass legislation somehow become law in America. That's why they want the courts. If you want to really get frustrated, you've heard me say this, and you've probably heard a lot of other people, but stop and think about this outside of ObamaCare, practically every liberal the steak every liberal idea and belief that now is the law in this country would not have become law in congress because it never would have passed liberalism. And the democrat party is ideas have never been mass popular the only way. That we have bastardized pop culture laws and reality today is because democrat activist judges have been essentially writing law when they take cases and interpret them, and then pronounced decisions Roe versus Wade is the most sterling example of this. But there are countless others. The simple fact of the matter is the democrat party has never been capable of winning legislation to implement the ideas, they believe in because most of the American people when they know what's at stake. Don't want them. That's the value of judges. And that's the value, of course, to the Democrats would Mrs Clinton says. That what happened in the White House the other night saddens her? Because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional BS. Not by you. In fact, to Hillary Clinton and people like her the constitutions an obstacle as well. It's certainly not something to revere. Christiane amanpour. Did you see any way even conservative? Steve Kalisa was speaking with yesterday. So the only way to repair America is to try to get back to some civility to try to make it that even if we have political disagreements were not going to go to war with each other. We're not going to destroy each other. Hillary clinton. Well, certainly I would love to see us return to civility Christiane Amanpour listening to one another working on our differences. But that is not the Republican party that exists today. That is certainly not the administration that we have in power right now when the Republican Senate denied the right of President Obama to have his nominee for the supreme court merit guard. And here we go off to the races again mischaracterizing that. Get blue in the face. That's Joe Biden rule, the Democrats invented that rule that presidents don't get the name supreme court justices during vacancies that happened in the last year of their term. That's a democrat inspired instituted rule. And she knows it. But the Republicans didn't destroy Merrick garland. The Democrats didn't have to fight battles defending his character and his life because the Republicans were not trying to straw him as they did cavenaugh. Anyway, the upshot of this is that Hillary Clinton says it's it's a time for incivility is a time for this kind of extremism because that's what we're up against Steve Scalise. Who was shocked by one of the believers of Hillary Clinton at that Republican baseball practice. Cannot believe it Bill. Cassidy. Senator from Louisiana responded to Hillary at a time when Republicans are being shot stabbed docs, beaten. Run out of restaurants and sent death threats. Hillary Clinton urged Democrats to be even more uncivil. What an irresponsible statement every democrat should denounce. They're not going to denounce her. They privately publicly encouraged they applauded they support it that is who they are. This is the party, by the way, that has been railing against all this incivility. For. I don't know how long this is why. I look at average American voters paying attention to this. And I don't understand how any of them can want to side. With what the democrat party is doing how they're doing it. I know it happens. But it's it's a mystery to me. My hope is my faith is that this incivility this insanity. This unhinged. Democrat behavior is negatively impacting the Democrats that the cavenaugh effect. Pro republican. I know that's real the polling data indicates that that's real. If you wanna believe polling data. But we're never going to get a poll. Of people who disapprove of democrat party tactics and techniques that poll is never going to be run. And if they did if somebody on the left did run that Paul and the results came back that it was quite harmful Democrats, they wouldn't run the results. They would get hold of democrat leaders. The media was look this is not working you guys you'd better get hold of your people in dial back. The problem is the Democrats can't dial these people back the Democrats don't control these left wing radicals. That's why you don't see any public statements of disapproval. Gotta take a break. We'll get started with phones right after the garage is always at work and the he IB never closes fifteen hours a week here. What is there not said it turns out a lot? And the Limbaugh letter is a repository for three hours is just not enough. 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Anthony Bourdain, CNN host and celebrity chef, hanged himself

24 Hour News

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Anthony Bourdain, CNN host and celebrity chef, hanged himself

"Surge subsides i'm rita foley world traveling celebrity chef anthony bourdain has died ap's warren levinson reports his death is being called a suicide cnn says anthony bourdain the peabody award winning food writer and adventurer hanged himself in a paris hotel room the network says a close friend the chef eric ripper found bourdain unresponsive he was sixty one ordained first gained fame with his two thousand book kitchen confidential bestseller that led to series on the food network and then on cnn for which he was in paris shooting an episode of his series parts unknown now in its eleventh season cnn says anthony bourdain was a unique storyteller social media lit up with tributes to board dane among them christiane amanpour who tweeted my heart breaks for tony board dame may he rest in peace now he was a friend collaborator and family and fellow celebrity chef gordon ramsay said stunned and saddened by the loss of anthony bourdain he brought the world into our homes inspired so many people to explore cultures and cities through their food many of the post also included suicide prevention phone numbers and links were getting help with depression comedian bill murray's longplanned food truck park in south carolina is set to open this summer the charleston post and currier quotes murray and his two partners as saying the container bar will start serving customers later this summer the food truck hub will be parked at a former charleston office building that's been gutted and redesigned to suit the new.

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Syria: What did the U.S.-led airstrikes hit?

The Dr. Dahlia Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Syria: What did the U.S.-led airstrikes hit?

"Special report strikes on syria president trump urging iran and russia to withdraw their support for what he called serious barbarism and brutality that statement came after he ordered the us military to launch strikes on syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack correspondent nick paton walsh reporting for northern syria explains the sites targeted free targets specified by us officials one in damascus a scientific research facility known to be involved in the development and production of chemical weapons another enhance the city it to the lebanese border and north west of the capital the mask us and another slightly to the south of that as well both those two said to beat involved in the production storage of sarin as well too key us allies allies issuing statements after the bombing british prime minister theresa may said we are acting together with their america and french allies i'm barton eckerd president trump is asking for a prayer for our noble warriors is he concluded his remarks announcing those strikes on targets associated with these syrian chemical weapons program correspondent christiane amanpour reports from london on the reason for the strikes this all is about even though it's over for now according to the pentagon what it's about is trying to reestablish a red line a global red line for the prevention of the use of weapons of mass destruction senator john mccain is praising the president for his actions against syria over the latest use of chemical weapons the arizona republican releasing statement saying the air strikes against the assad regime sends a message at the cost of using chemical weapons outweighs any perceived benefit i'm barton eckerd.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Christiane amanpour has new information from the british on targeting and strikes as well christiane yeah as you see that video coming in we've got some pretty good detail from the british actually who are basically saying that they joined precisely forty six minutes ago this attack they're saying that they using aircraft particularly royal air force tornado g four's they don't storm shadow missiles at a military facility a former missile base which was near homes as we know a lot about homes where the syrian regime is assessed to keep chemical weapons precursors stockpile so they have said that very careful analysis has been applied to detect the best places to talk and to minimize casualties and the minimize the risk of contamination once they shoot and strike he seems because remember you know these chemical weapons and precursors and stockpiles so even though they want to go off to this is really important to make sure that it doesn't contaminate and doesn't affect civilians so this is very very detail so there are planes in the air and they are doing that were then push we did hear that whatever happened this time around it had to be bigger than what happened last year because what happened last year with the fifty nine cruise missiles clearly didn't stops bashar assad so you're talking about all these attacks in damascus reports there i was told very clearly that quote unquote regime assets must be targeted this time it must be painful to the assad regime to the point that he understands that this will no longer be tolerated and i think that you heard the president and and the other say this sustained nature of such an attack is to respond potentially more times when they actually use these chemical weapons and hope that they won't anymore c n n's christiane amanpour in london they say where there's war there's on poor and here she is tonight at a quarter of ten and news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb i'm chris chandler in the news center in atlanta military strikes against syria joint us british french military strikes apparently ongoing right now they began we believe about forty five minutes ago we do now have the formal announcement from the french government from the associated press dateline peres the french president announces the military operation targeting what that french president calls clandestine chemical arsenals inside syria so far those three words are the most specific information we've had about.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on KOIL

"The stress that overdue finds can cause for students illuminating standard overdue fines and standardising loan periods across harvard's libraries should help students focus on their scholarship rather than worrying about renewing library books every twenty eight days in order to a void fines that's right to stressful have library books out that might have overdue fees you've already got enough going on in your life place now what if your phone bill is overdue maybe harvard should pay their cell phone bills because it could be pretty stressful having a cell phone buildouts overdue don't you think i think so i have a third story from the college campuses and this one is great it involves guns and race and the pathetic nece of american college campuses in two thousand seventeen and i'll get to that one in a couple of minutes we've got hillary we've got christiane amanpour man of trade on the big budget heels the republicans the white house mick mulvaney white house budget director care not an push back against the democrats and well there's good news and then there is some perhaps not so good news about the hillary stuff is all hilarious and i've up here for women on this hillary playing channel what a sad sectors hold on a second a twenty thousand dollar mao suit the campaign trade for.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Phil while the but they they weren't outraged about them so now here is kerstin jill a brand with the christiane amanpour sitting in for whoever uh on cnn international this is unprecedented time in american politics in the world is gripped by this saga hearing now takes aim squarely at trump in his whole mi2 movement gained momentum should he should the white house be worried senator president trump said resign these allegations are credible they are numerous i've heard these women's testimony and many of them are heartbreaking and president trump should resign his position on whether he will ever holds himself accountable is something you really can't hold us for and so congress should have hearings they should do their investigation they should have a proper investigations of his behavior and hold them accountable this is a very powerful moments in america's history and not only be heard but they should lift it's fake all of this is ginned up it is a political opposition research strategy all of this is fake you have been building up to this everything these people do is fake it's all structured it is all manufactured in the voters thought during the election and the access hollywood video relief and they're seeing it in the same kind of orchestrated campaign that appears to be genuine and of the moment with roy more but it's all planned scripted written out time lined as this is now all of a sudden when franken's gone and some others now congress needs to investigate trump and who's out there given up information for this none other than the greatest reputation an all of washington robert muller the whole thing is jimbo.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And to see it all be put into play again is very destablizing particularly as you have a very real issue much much worse and much much more dangerous in north korea which actually has nuclear devices which actually has tested them which actually has intercontinental ballistic missile ability and continuing to perfect them and which is now perfecting you know the militarization of a of a nuclear weapon to put on a longrange missile that's a problem and to tear up the iran deal first of all the signal it sends to north korea about negotiator or anybody the you want to negotiate with harris and you're going to sign on the dotted line with the united states a deal that is enshrined in the un security council and becomes a resolution and is dealt with all the other countries who are important you're going to rip that up what does that say what does that say to anybody who you're trying to convince entice force nego she eight compromise with to try to to to have that sewage but worse even worse what is it mean if you've got now to rogue nuclear problems what if iran decides it oh my god you know we're going to have to i don't think they will i don't i hope that this deal won't fall apart but when you got one big thing to deal with you really don't wanna be creating another big thing christiane amanpour so good to be with you i could talk to you for several hours and look forward to many future comes as david axelrod thank you very much.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And i'm like well here we are and we and we got serious scoops for that and again i'm really junior they're all these you know network guys who are wellknown to all eu viewers and all the rest vip and i got a couple of scoops because i was a girl and the prince's decided they going to put this girl who obviously wasn't going to create much trouble in a car and driver to the border and i got lots of good pictures and stories and and how it was great it was really great we'll be right back with christiane amanpour support for the acts vials comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash acts files equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash cnn on on the on the gulf war uh the united states and the allied forces obviously ejected iraq quickly and could have marched right to baghdad and could have toppled saddam hussein did you recognize at the time.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"christiane amanpour" Discussed on WCTC

"Laura now one eight five five forty laura lil against gray hulls then then the notion that you ought to focus on a visa waiver programme or a extreme vetting program and not focus on the root causes of what is inspiring people the radicalization how it's happening why it's happening and try to address those conflicts issues but rather politicize this tragedy in the morning after i think that's a sad day for this country the nova's faces that i'm on moya dan who's a palestinian working for nbc has an analyst slash reporter so what's the sad thing for him is donald trump reacting to this by saying we're going to do further extreme vetting stepping up are already extreme vetting programme are our program that's already supposedly stringent trump tweeted out a late last night that this is going to be done and he he doesn't want it to be business as usual trump and they're in the reaction to this that's the sad thing see i think the sad thing is that we have dead americans but for them it's who we could do but is not the food let's christiane amanpour come out now she usually comes out in times like this and and in its usual it's usually the case that she will discuss islamaphobia because islamophobia israeli really keeping people back in the united states is really stopped hundreds of thousands of people from entering the country who hail from for dom manali muslim countries by the way this is michael luca who's a sports writer for the leftwing hateful daily news of a question for this president what what these up program would have protected people in vegas what a guy turned a hotel into a sniper nests other than nine eleven the two biggest terrorist attacks in this country oklahoma city in las vegas so what what wall are we going to build to protect us from other americans and now this is chuck schumer's chuck schumer's fuck give me a break well w no one ever said a wall would have protected us from the las vegas shooting or oklahoma city it is a non sequitur so because you can't stop las vegas you shouldn't stop jihadis from entering the country or wouldbe jihadis he needs to take a new college course and basic logic the laura ingraham show on the new talk.

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

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"christiane amanpour" Discussed on Amanpour

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