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Trump taps US companies to advise on reopening economy amid coronavirus pandemic

Austin's Morning News

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Trump taps US companies to advise on reopening economy amid coronavirus pandemic

"To the creation of an advisory group of industry leaders across multiple sectors including people like Condoleezza Rice were keeping him could chip agency for mark Zuckerberg to name a

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Iran denies attacking Saudi oil sites, derides US 'maximum deceit'

KFMB Programming

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Iran denies attacking Saudi oil sites, derides US 'maximum deceit'

"What will this weekend's attacks on an oil plant and field in Saudi Arabia mean for gas prices I'm Tom forty oil analyst the world over are now keeping a close eye on supplies and prices as the world's largest oil field is close down following coordinated attacks on Saudi oil facilities spill over from a civil war in nearby Yemen analyst Phil Flynn the global economy still runs on a whale and if we have five percent of the global supply impacted for an extended period of time that's going to be felt by everybody humans who the rebels are claiming responsibility for the attacks on the Saudi oil fields U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii blames their patron Iran. Iran denies the allegation calling the US claims court maximum lies on face the nation former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice credited the trump administration's approach on Iran they're pushing back correctly on an Iranian regime that is the most dangerous and destructive regime in

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It go how Condoleezza Rice shut down a network anchor who ask the age old question about Russia and Donald Trump it's our featured audio clip in five minutes let's get out to the roadways early on Thursday traffic and weather together every ten minutes through Brian noble this report is right by risks are real died CD PH dot CA dot gov got a problem south of highway fifty in Rancho Cordova on sunrise Boulevard we have an accident vehicle versus powerful it's sun center on northbound sunrise northbound sun rises backed up according to Rancho Cordova PD they've also tweeted out that the power is out in that area you're going to find a lot of signal lights affected on both sides of highway fifty on sunrise also Rancho Cordova PD says the light rail arms may be stuck in the down position that doesn't rise and fall some as well don't have an estimated time of getting that cleared up also we do have a lot of overnight road work on our freeways causing some lane restrictions here there's some of those codes being picked up now lanes reopened not that many cars out there for that because many delays eighty full speed all the way from Roseville nine minutes to the gap city split another nine on the cap city freeway and you're downtown thirteen minutes in from elk Grove on five or ninety nine fifty from fulsome an eighteen minute drive twenty one minutes gets in from woodland on I five sixteen to make the trip he spent eighty across the causeway to downtown prescription pain meds are great for treating certain kinds of pain but they also carry the risk of addiction your pain is real but so are the risks for more information call eight hundred six sixty to forty three fifty seven traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one KFBK. warming trend is in our future today's temperatures likely going to get all the way into the mid nineties this afternoon.

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Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

Joel Riley

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

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Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

"Humidity, the Cleveland Browns general managers denying rumors that former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice was under consideration for the team's head coaching job. John Dorsey says secretary Rice's name has not been discussed says they searched for the team's next head. Coach Dorsey also noted the rice is a great leader with the highest possible character Condoleeza Rice on Facebook posted this the fact that she said, I'm not ready to be a coach wouldn't mind calling a player to for the

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Condoleezza Rice commission on college basketball recommends sweeping reform

First and Last with Lundberg and Golic Jr.

01:14 min | 3 years ago

Condoleezza Rice commission on college basketball recommends sweeping reform

"Commission on college basketball and and man i i don't know about you i been i've been waiting to find out what their recommendations we're going to be the commission on college basketball came out with their recommendations yesterday the commission chairman and a former secretary of state condoleeza rice talked at length at a news conference yesterday after their independent panel released a detailed sixty page reports the commission on college basketball by the way was was cobbled together after basically the f b i stepped in the college basketball was like dude you guys got to clean your house up so the president of the incidental a march emerson said okay fine we're going to we're going to create this commission on college basketball and we're going to hear what their their recommendations are in we we may or may not act on them so here let's hear from condoleeza rice she believes she believes more than anything else college basketball we need to put the college back in college basketball we believe in the collegiate model if you are an athlete and you want to be a professional going to be a professional that pathway is open but if you choose to go to college then take the value proposition that is college and that means that you get an opportunity to earn a college.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The fact that we've still got a lot of work to do in race relations in community policing and the life i fully understand that but when you want to lead on an issue you find the way to do it in a way that doesn't isolate people and turn people off to lead us to bring people to your point of view and unfortunately this became not about what they wanted to say which was very important but about whether you support the flag whether or not you salute during the national anthem whether or not you respect the sacrifices of those who served under that flag and so i think it became counterproductive or depressive handled the i would have again i would have advised the president not to become a sports commentator on this but may not are being on the issue on the issue two habit get to the point that it became about whether or not you support the flag was a problem and i said to a group of young football players with whom i met said look the fact is people come to watch you play football they it come to watch protest and they come with their families than they spent their entire week salary on one of those expensive nfl tickets and and they want to enjoy the game but the impetus to want to say something about these events i think was a good one i just think that the message got lost in the uh the means that they chose what are the voting alabama mean to you intervened in the senate in the senate race at the end uh and uh and you clearly were urging people not to vote for more and more although you didn't use his name going back to the famous cautioned that i mentioned before but the message was very clear and alabama delivered a very clear message as well what does that mean to you well first of all i wanted people to vote yet risen.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Yeah i was moved by the book put out he paints now of wounded warriors that he had painted in it struck me that the scars are not only there's but his as the commander in chief he made the decisions he sent them to battle every president should feel that way i know the president i worked for a did and i'm sure you do and i know you've been asked this question many times but um knowing what you know now would you would you have said yes let's let's go into iraq you speak about the aftermath his book right well with the caveat that of course you do today can only be affected pal let you know bracketed today not it you can't affect what you do yesterday uh yeah i i i don't know because i think the weapons of mass destruction we just didn't know we thought they were there i would have to go back and try to think through how were we thinking about it wasn't just the weapons of mass destruction it was the weapons of mass destruction in the hands of saddam hussein who'd been such a cancer in the region and i will tell you that i do think that iraq and the region are better off without him uh but when i think back on all of the lives lost in american iraq in other uh of course it's harnett in a in the trillions of dollars spent but i am an environment that's been created that you spoke to the top.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"It's not going to happen because of the same separation of powers we've been talking about the congress has its say they the congress will always remind you that they actually authorized an appropriate the administration proposes uh i would be the first to say that um a zerobased look at the state department budget is not a bad thing i will tell you david that i found in some of those nooks and crannies programs that had long outlived their usefulness and you think how those still being sustained would you proposed a thirty percent cut no not a thirty percent cut but i will tell you as having been the stanford budget officer there is no budget that can't take a ten percent cut and use it well and so i think to look again at how we're spending some of the money makes a lot of sense but i think we'll get to between what the administration as proposed in what the congress will actually appropriate we'll get to a good level my point in the book and this i would argue very strongly is that foreign assistance particularly to try to help create stable more democratic more capable states is cheap money uh is is a cheap proposition compared to what you have to do when states fall apart over you you pointed out before trade is a difficult issue if you have a sort of nativist message uh foreign aid is a difficult mission issues well while it is but first of all you have to educate on foreign aid that when you asked the american people how much do we spend on foreign assistance they'll get numbers as high as twenty twenty five percent of the budget and of course depending on what you count it's someplace between one right i know knows this right and so some of its education some of it is also um i take some responsibility for this uh people have come to associate foreign aid and indeed democracy support with what we did in iraq in afghanistan and they say if it's going to be that hard and that messy end that long live.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A unified north korea the way that we did germany now they have american troops on their border they have all kinds of nightmares about the collapse of the regime but i think what the administration is saying to the chinese is you know it's that's not your choice your choice is a nuclear north korea or in the the collapse of the regime or more in the nets let me ask you about the is that a is there a viable military strategy that would not lead to catastrophic loss of human life well there's always a military strategy icos clause 100 my i really am not inside it's been ten years since i had any access to how we might think about what the north koreans are capable of doing with their artillery i suspect that you're looking at a really a catastrophic circumstance if you actually do have warned that the new on the peninsula but the military is right to look at the options because the idea of a north korean regime with a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the united states of america is one that i don't think any president of the united states can tolerate um just talking about tillerson for second there's been a lot of concern about what's going on at the state department a big outflow of career diplomats of foreign service officers many of them are people you worked with when you were there are you concerned about this loss of in i was with a friend towns and former panetta homeland security advisory you know well worked in your administration and she expressed a real concern about this loss of institutional memory relationships.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Uh i think what rex tillerson is doing is uh just working the diplomacy just keeping his head down going to work every day and working the diplomacy and i think he's making some progress with the north koreans now it may be that uh what when presence has your waste your time to go shootings probably right about that uh if you're talking about trying to find a way probing a little bit with the north koreans that's probably a good thing i'm sure the prison group that but i i would new twitter and i just wanna make sure i could buy cler i don't think negotiating with the north koreans right now is going to gives very far could there be a good cop bad cop damage you'd think that there's actually intend to do the whole crazy man through president's trying to send this message that he actually could press that big but managed skin that they ought to no no that and make it facilitate tillerson i'm i'm trying to be generous in mile why do you think kenya's in his own way with president is trying to do is to say to the north koreans you have no idea how seriously i take this and by the way that is not a bad thing and i think it has gotten the the attention of the chinese as well because of the chinese and let me just turned to the chinese for a minute with the north korean issue the chinese always thought well we'd rather have the regime in power even if it means a nuclear north korea people flowing overboard they don't want people flowing over the border they don't want that perhaps we would we might even uh.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Aspects of it but i've seen in his recent moves a cleverness that i find interesting and by the way we tried the six party framework hub with china in the chair japan russia the united states south korea and north korea and uh i think it's one reason that you want to make this multilateral diplomacy what's just happened what the north koreans love to do is to drive wedges between the various parties and perhaps there may be krone which they're trying to do now so you have to be very careful that you don't get into bilateral negotiations with the chinese or bilateral negotiations with the japanese of with the north koreans without really fully integrating the south koreans who of course have the most stake president you use the word diplomacy the prison has and and you're very close to the secretary of state rex tillerson you're the one who or one of the ones who referred him to the prison he was over in china in the fall and he was working very hard to try and get some sort of negotiations going and the president tweeted i told rex tillerson our wonderful secretary of state that he's wasting his time trying to negotiate with little rock at man put yourself in his shoes here there with the chinese and the president of the united states publicly rebuked you for doing what you were sent there did i can't imagine that happening i hate to stay again i can't imagine that happening with the president that that i served i'm quite sure it wouldn't have happened.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"But i would just say as i used to save you know we people have asked me what was it like to be in there said well you get up in the morning you read the washington post it says the united states of america should do something about the north korean nuclear program and you say why didn't i think right yes he has a point that nobody was able to stop it but i think the administration is finding out just how hard it is to stop it what did you think when you woke up a week ago were a little more than we go now and saw the president's tweet about his nuclear button being larger than i i'm nuclear button was that allies into i've been no fan of the the tweets the policy by tweets i've been no fan of that uh but i also think it didn't deserve uh you know squaring column inches of analysis new or those say this is a pretty serious nuclear war is a very soon you steal but i think people would be mistaken to think that because the president has the ill advised tweet we're about to have nuclear war with the north ju have any concerns about misinterpretations or provocation i think kim jong un is turning out uh much more so than i thought to be actually uh pretty clever uh the approach to the south koreans was clever the decision to go to the olympics is clever and so this is somebody who understands this is interest now i think he is more isolated than his father was because the chinese have said to me and i have no reason not to believe them that kim jong il his father remembered that the chinese had saved his father when we cross the y'all and so there was a connection there that kim jong un is a different character i fully believe that perhaps certainly more reckless uh i wonder sometimes if he really believes it when people when he says i can destroy the united states because anybody who tells them something he doesn't wanna hear seems to get killed so baby which is a real distant witness a real disincentive to tell him the truth so i worry about those.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I it's the nature of the the game a just go back to your booked what worries me is just the assault he's real it's really an assault on the institution of of the justice department the fbi the rule of law it's not just bob moller it it suggests that the whole system is rant there are people who are arguing now that there were some within the fbi that had a view i if they believe that they have a right to say and i will defend the right to say i may not agree but i will defend the right to say but don't mess with muller let him do his work i think muller will to his work and and the president would be a mistake to fire him to try and i'm not going to try to give advice and and nobody should try to impede the investigation but i think you're seeing the system work but i do want to say david if people have views if people in congress are concerned about what fusion gps swiss doing then they ought to be asking that question and the idea that because people are asking questions about the other side that there's some how an attack on the institutions that seems to be wrongheaded bob i somewhere at it had a uh a long list of republican contributions doesn't bother me he's an american exercising his his rights so should the fact that one of the fbi officials has a wife who's running for office and has to happen to be a democrat should that be i fully believe that those who have responsibility for oversight can ask whatever they wished to ask them let's let's talk about north korea another headache that you shared for absolutely quite a long time you know the president has said he'd be pretty harsh about all the previous administrations and he it to some degree disney ever point many efforts have been made none of them have stopped the forward momentum absolutely has a point.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A is under uh under ah soon to be an indictment for other things that have to go way back not around the election we will see what happens here i have a lot of confidence involved i look i want to ask you about that he was fbi director general you're on national security buzzer what is your tell me about him well and he came under the most difficult circumstances you know taking over that agency just a few months before nine eleven so under very difficult circumstances he is a terrific personally straight shooter uh i think he'll he will uh push to a conclusion i don't have any idea of what it will be i hope frankly it's over pretty soon because we need to get on with our business in by the i want to just go back to one thing about plus recruit uh david i think he loves the fact that were standing around about this that our heads were blowing off uh i would have preferred to say we know you did it and at a time of our choosing we will punish it and you won't do it again but we have confidence in our institutions and you can't affect our elections in the way that you think you're again does would send mixed signals president calls a hoax well the president should call it hopes let's just say that but the fact is we will get to the bottom of what happened i hope that there are people spending as much time trying to figure out exactly how the russians did what they buy agree with it night because that is really up should through so we can stop them the next time all of these attacks on moeller and his integrity do they bother you well because i know him personally and because i have high regard for him but you know when you step out there in the public eye people are going to criticize people are going to say they are going to call into question what you're doing.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"This appointed i think they sold less chaos than they probably thought they don't my sense is don't really understand the united states very well uh and so uh but yes it could have been more damaging than i think it was but i'll say this david you know the next time around if they're able to do it shame on us not cheema them uh the uh the apparatchiks who came and went to trump tower and so on is that consistent with this sort of modus operandi of the of the russians you're familiar with while the russians are always seeking advantage uh sergei kislyak was always seeking advantage uh i suspect that they thought well you know this is so these are people with not that much experience we can play on them and so forth and so on i have no doubt that uh that was sort of in the back of some it's not surprising to me the people who wanted to get the magnitsky act uh overturned because the magnitsky caught alwaad ancient ice of yes thanks rate of human rights sanctions and these were is sanction with it hit some key players so i'm not surprised that the that was what they were coming to talk that's what i'm hoping to i'm going to say something that i have never said before made never see again but wasn't steve bannon right when he said somebody should call the fbi well when effor you have an uncomfortable contact with the russian should probably ought to call the fbi but i know that because i've been around not sure everybody knows that that's exactly what you ought to do and so this is ron paul manafort knew a lot about the rush well paul manafort uh.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"To stay in the steel that they had to sign it uh although that just as with hardliners here who pose a dealer the hardliners in iran opposes well but let let me let let me just say whether or not that area let's not compare the hardliners in iran to people who opposed to the along say is that everyone has their own politics hell but the politics in iran is about the politics of a few men the politics in the united states is about a system in which people can come to disagree about policy that's a very big difference and i'm a little i don't like the idea that well they have their politics to uh their politics little bit different can well the thing is that if we're going to talk real politics about saudi arabia and other countries and we have to talk real politics better and to but let me ask you about something else in which you are one of the renowned experts and that's russia you know vladimir putin better than many oil almost anyone in america would you wrote about him tell talk about him and what he is up to right now all vladimir putin is emerging or maybe he's already merged as someone who out of his bitterness about how the cold war ended out of his sense that the west set out to humiliate russia has created a narrative now in which uh russia's only gonna be great by the old fashioned way of autocracy at home and aggressiveness abroad and that's what we're seeing with let him include uh be so much as told me this thing said it said in the book he said you know you know us russia's only been great when it's been rule by great men like peter the great and alexander the second you know there's that little voice that wants to say and do you mean vladamir the great bush that that was implicit but that would be kind of route so i didn't say it but that's what he thinks he is and so too bad if you.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Can't get a leg up china's going to lead when we talk about climate change china's going to lead will not until you can breathe in beijing and so i think we sometimes overstate some of this numb yes i would have stayed in the paris agreement i would have stayed in uh in the tpp but i don't see these as disasters for american foreign policy i will tell you that on the iran deal of while again uh perhaps just two to keep from having the trouble around decertification i might have said certify i didn't support that deal so i understand why the administration looking at it a new says we have a deal that uh yes it does some good things on the nuclear side but when you look at iran in the middle east when you look at the troublemaker that the iranian regime is whether it is in yemen or in syria when you look at the fact that that money that was unfrozen uh and by the way this is what the protesters in iran found out when that budget came out is going to help paul salamone and the cubs force in lebanon or in syria you ask yourself uh was given the given the nefarious intent of the regime there would it be better if they had nuclear weapons right now but i i will tell you i think that this is an opportunity for the europeans uh and us to say their way to improve the steel i would look hard at questions verification eide lockhart again at taking off uh restraints on weapons sales advanced conventional weapons sales on missile technology down the road i would look hard at whether we're just buying time at the expense of looking and seeing that we actually have a rainy and regime with better capability down the road uh rather than saying well we should just certified the deal in state with the deal as it is i do think that there is an opportunity for europe in the united states to look again and you know what the iranians have the same incentives.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Well as as has but as were you our allies don't always agree on what we we pulled out in the bush administration of the kyoto accord you would've thought the world was indy actually it didn't the united states went on to do what the united states is going to do whether we're in the paris climate accord or not we are going to continue to lower our admissions we're going to continue particularly statebystate this is where federal is would you pull that are that i personally would not have pulled out of the agreed about the because i think it was not worth the trouble of pulling out but i will tell you that i don't think the paris accord pulling out of the paris accord woods the united states will walk away from its commitments which seems pretty david let's let's be fair the former secretary of state who helped to negotiate the tpp didn't defender than the election that tells you something about the politics of trade today and that goes back to the point that i made earlier when we're in a situation and in which you have an election and no major candidate i it whether it's the the democrat uh hillary clinton or the republican donald trump or bernie sanders there i figured i was stake well yeah i do too but i'm just saying this is not i i agree with what you're saying yeah i think that there's been a neglect of the impacts of globalization and until you deal with that you're going to have this kind of reactionary to it that said there are consequences to pulling out of that agreement what are going to be long as long standing eighty but when people say china is now going to take up the mantle of global leadership on fill in the blink free trade i say to them with the nationalist economic policies chinese half where their markets are still closed in large segments where if you talk to american ceos this days uh they favour their national champion sue.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"You see him speak out with all due respect uh david more strongly on iran than president obama did and so i think you will start to see that uh the understanding that our values and our interests are actually leaked uh will become more and more evident when you come to a saudi arabia you do have the beginnings of reform in saudi arabia i don't know where it's going to end up but i do know that when a regime i don't care if there are friends when a regime starts to educate women so that more than half of the students and university or women uh they're not going to sit there and not be able to drive they're not going to live with the world that they want stewart that their mothers new in saudi arabia and so i'm confident that actually uh we're going to see more reform in the middle east should lesage warned form person suit the foreign policies not much different uh we've withdrawn from a number of global agreements paris climate accord the trans pacific partnership which seems like a great boon to china which is moving into that vacuum uh the president has refused to certify the iran agreement all these things have separated us from our allies you right in your book when you lose if you lose britain euroloan well we've lost britain in many instances here we've been on the we've been rebuked by our friends and our allies many times and feels like those global alliances aren't what they were all i finished second stats us where our allies beep beep test for what we did as.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"About enemies are adversaries absolutely i would hope that that begins to translate into understanding that democracy is in and of itself a stabilizing force that yes it is true that you deal with uh friends and allies differently when we were dealing with the egyptians for instance i'll give you an example i gave a speech in cairo remain in two thousand five calling right there in egypt calling on the egyptians to lead the middle east toward democracy yes it was aimed at uh hosni mubarak and i still believe to this day had hose mubarak mubarak made some of the changes that he started he would have had a gentler retirement than'regional on have echoed some of your themes of our years later but you know that when people come to say it come to you and say well how can you even deal with mubarak or how can you of and deal with the saudis you understand data's in fact as allies we do have to deal with regimes that don't have the democratic structures that we wish they do so that there is a difference you know uh this president went to saudi arabia and his message was quite different than your message his message was we're not gonna tell you how to live what to do what to believe and sawn he basically was saying and this is how it was interpreted and this is how it was celebrated in saudi arabia he basically was saying we're not gonna we're not going to advocate for human rights any more we're not going to play the role of met we're not going to do to you what condoleeza rice did what barack obama did we're not going to make those points this an early time steel for the administration and i just want to point out again and i'll come back to saudi arabia that is interesting things are happening in saudi arabia but this is a time when uh when you say to the president then on what basis to you criticise madero in venezuela well if you're just going to leave people to their own devices you have no reason to criticise added is doing and so you see him speak out actually quite strongly about venice.

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"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"condoleezza rice" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"During send you speak about it here very eloquently are a free press the rule of law a a an independent judiciary and so on he's waged war at least a war of words on all of those institutions well what effort the president thinks about this instititions those institutions are holding in they're going to hold and ideas it healthy though for him to be too i would happily out about happily be in a situation in which we had uh less rhetoric that was to my mind disparaging of some of the institutions they think service well but the fact is that the institutions are serving as and they're serving as well and i will tell you david you've worked for president in the united states have indeed right every president is a little surprised and frankly a little put off by the fact that there are all of these constraints you've heard the president for whom you work i've heard the president's room i've worked say what do you mean i can't at i ideas guess because we tell the people you're the most powerful man in the world and to a certain extent yes but not really because they're all are all of these constraints so when you have a president who's never operated in politics at all who hasn't been a governor or a senator i think you're perhaps going to have more of that but i would just emphasizes i do in the book that what democracies have going for them is that they're not dependent on the whims or the nature of any one person the institutions are enduring the difference of course between the president's that we work foreigners prison lose the uh the presence we weren't for express their frustration in private to us not in tweets and in public for the president's for whom we worked came out of the system uh the president's for whom i worked george hw bush had held every important title it seems in america george w bush had been governor of texas barack obama.

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