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"A popular Thai music act has apologized for wearing a shirt with a swastika flag during a rehearsal performance. A photo of the performance was posted on social media. And it went viral the performer Nineteen-year-old nam see Nafa of bien, que forty eight blamed her own ignorance and made a tearful video apology that was posted on her Instagram account. Israel's embassy in Thailand had posted a statement on Twitter expressing shock and dismay. The group's management. Also apologized for what they called inadvertently causing any distress to the people affected by the historical crime against humanity. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art has been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by archetype Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hidden at a construction site outside Moscow police say the man had been on bail for drug possession. Some. December the painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by coincidence have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. Legendary entertainer is being honored by the US postal service with a new stamp, Gregory Hines is being featured as part of the black heritage series it made his debut at the Peter Norton symphony space in New York introduced by acting chief postal inspector Gary Barksdale, I was known for his unique style of tap. Dancing and won a Tony award in nineteen Ninety-two four Joey's last jam data cancer at age fifty seven in two thousand and three the forever stamp features hives smiling on one knee with one foot raised to show the taps on the bottom of a shoe. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay. I.

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"A World War Two era handgrenade caused the Taco Bell in Florida to be evacuated. A treasure hunter found the grenade while magnet fishing Saturday. Magnet fishing is kind of treasure hunting that uses magnets to pick things up in buried water. The man put the grenade in the trunk of his car, and then drove to the restaurant in Ocala about fifteen miles away where he called police to report finding the grenade. Police immediately ordered the restaurant evacuated and the Marion county sheriff's office bomb squad came in to remove the grenade. Ocala police that it was an actual World War Two era weapon. And it would be destroyed. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian artists been returned police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by Arca Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect. And recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police say the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. How we deal with our allies around the world has changed under the Trump administration. And as AP's Ben Thomas reports a new poll suggests most Americans don't think highly of the president's foreign policy approach the latest Associated Press NOISE center for public affairs research poll finds thirty five percent of respondents approve of President Trump's handling of foreign policy while sixty three percent disapprove in about half of all respondents think the country's global standing will deteriorate during the next year. But as with other issues, there's a wide partisan divide with seventy six percent of Republicans saying the president's doing okay on foreign policy, but only eight percent of Democrats. However, the president does fare better when it comes to his plan to remove US troops from Syria with thirty nine percent saying they approve compared with thirty five percent saying, they disapprove, Ben Thomas, Washington. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay..

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"Capital bank. USA a teenager who tried to steal a commercial plane. So he could fly to Chicago for a rap concert has pleaded guilty. Nineteen year olds the Marcus Scott Texarkana Arkansas was sentenced to five years probation for attempted theft property and burglary. Police say they found Scott on the fourth of July inside the cockpit of an American Eagle jet at Texarkana regional airport. They say even though he's not a trained pilot. He had hoped to fly the plane to the concert. Police say that he told them he thought all he had to do was push some buttons and pull some levers. Authorities say the forty four seat jet wasn't damaged the family of Michael Jackson is not happy with the debut of a new film, documenting child abuse accusations against the king of pop documentary leaving never land debuted at the Sundance film festival and was given a standing ovation. It focuses on two of Jackson's accused. And is set to be an HBO and the UK's channel four in the spring. The family said it's various the two men boys at the time. They said they were abused have received renewed attention because of the film in a statement that says the film and coverage surrounding it are a public lynching of a man who can no longer defend himself. Jackson died in two thousand nine the men told authorities previously that Jackson hadn't molested them. But then later filed lawsuits saying they'd come to accept that they'd been sexually abused. The film's director. Dan Reed has said he has no doubts about the men's truthfulness. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police have demand had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. Four houston..

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06:21 min | 2 years ago

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"The AP radio network. Hey, did you know that he Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough. Coming first pet presidential dogs. Cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontation with police. The Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more. Visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com. Ibooks? A teenager who tried to steal a commercial plane. So he could fly to Chicago for a rap concert has pleaded guilty. Nineteen year olds the Marcus Scott of Texarkana. Arkansas was sentenced to five years probation for attempted theft of property and burglary. Police say they found Scott on the fourth of July inside the cockpit of an American Eagle jet at Texarkana regional airport. They say even though he's not a trained pilot. He had hoped to fly the plane to the concert. Police say that he told them he thought all he had to do was push some buttons and pull some levers. Authorities say the forty four seat jet wasn't damaged paintings stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian artists been returned police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges, by Archipenko edgy was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the you cough gallery with this is described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that. The interior ministry says they detained a suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police say the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by coincidence have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. A World War Two era handgrenade caused the Taco Bell in Florida to be evacuated. Treasure hunter found the grenade while magnet fishing Saturday. Magnet fishing is a kind of treasure hunting that uses magnets to pick things up in buried water. The man put the grenade in the trunk of his car, and then drove to the restaurant in Ocala about fifteen miles away where he called police to report finding the grenade. Police immediately ordered the restaurant evacuated and the Marion county sheriff's office bomb squad came in to remove the grenade. Ocala police that it was an actual World War Two era weapon, and it would be destroyed. Houston officers shot. I'm Tim Maguire the AP news minute Houston police chief art osservato says undercover narcotics. Officers have been shot. An another hurt a knee when at least two suspects opened fire on them. During a raid this afternoon or were shot to critically surgery both shot in the neck. But they're stable. Thank God that tape from KT, arcade. The chief says a team was serving a warrant for the sale of black tar heroin when the suspects opened fire as soon as the officers forced open the door to suspects died in that shooting acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says Robert Muller's Russia investigation close to being completed been fully briefed on the investigation. And I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report special counsel is charged thirty four people, including President Trump's former personal lawyer former campaign manager and a political consultant, I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably multiple lawn and skiff anybody noticed you mow the lawn till people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again, good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers. Come out available in all states or situations. Grace's announced plans to return to bond markets and to increase the minimum wage by moving expected five months off to exiting it's Baylor program in a televised address. Prime minister, Alexis tsipras, said the minimum wage would be increased. By nearly ten percent starting next month from five hundred ninety six euros a month to six hundred and fifty euros the increase, which takes effect in February still doesn't restore the minimum wage to the seven hundred fifty one euro level. It was in two thousand twelve meanwhile, the boondocks and is expected to take place this week and raise up to three billion euros make it three straight for the AFC AP's. Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue in the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team AFC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley to name a few despite. The score. It was all fun and games both locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty three. Kyle Cassandra Orlando. Winning in the National Football League means adapting and evolving and as a peace. Dave Ferrie reports is what's detailed in a new book on innovations in the league written by football writer. Doug, Farrar old adage is the mother of invention is alive, and well in the NFL and has been since the league's inception. It's also the subject of the genius has desperation a book by football writer dot for our that serves as an encyclopedia of coaches and their innovations. I was always interested in football theory. And the way things were put together a chess match aspect of it for our premises. How coaches were able to adapt to their own personnel while coming up with schemes that were strokes of genius until someone else built a better mousetrap. There's different books about the ideology of skiing and certain clays or certain contracts that have happened through time. But there wasn't anything that went back in the nineteen twenties and sort of tried to tie everything together from the t formation to the current spread offense. The book gives you a true appreciation of the NFL's, best coaches and their ability to adapt. Create and revolutionized the league. I'm Dave Barry. Is AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. Four houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics agents.

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Winning in the National Football League means adapting and evolving and as a peace. Dave ferry reports is what's detailed in a new book on innovations in the league written by football writer. Doug, our old adage decec- is the mother of invention is alive and well in the NFL and has been since the league's inception. It's also the subject of the genius desperation a book by football writer dot for our that serves as an encyclopedia of coaches and their innovations. I was always interested in football theory, and the way things were put together kind of a chess match aspect of it for our premises. How coaches were able to adapt to their own personnel while coming up with schemes that were strokes of genius until someone else built a better mousetrap. There's different books about the ideology of scheme and certain clays or certain should have happened through time. What there wasn't anything that went back to the nineteen twenties and sort of tried to tie everything together. From the key formation to the current spread offense. The book gives you a true appreciation of the NFL's, best coaches and their ability to adapt. Create and revolutionized the league. I'm dave. What's is a teenager who tried to steal a commercial plane? So he could fly to Chicago for a rap concert has pleaded guilty. Nineteen year olds Marcus Scott of Texarkana. Arkansas was sentenced to five years probation for attempted theft of property and burglary. Police say they found Scott on the fourth of July inside the cockpit of an American Eagle jet at Texarkana regional airport. They say even though he's not a trained pilot. He had hoped to fly the plane to the concert. Police say that he told them he thought all he had to do was push some buttons and pull some levers. Authorities say the forty four seat jet wasn't damaged a painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges, by Archipenko edgy was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors. Houston officers shot, I'm Tim Maguire with the AP news minute Houston police chief art osservato says undercover narcotics. Officers have been shot in another hurt a knee. Me when at least two suspects opened fire on them. During a raid this afternoon or were shot to critically that are in surgery both shot in the neck. But they're stable. Thank God that tape from K T R K. The chief says a team was serving a warrant for the sale of black tar heroin when the suspects opened fire as soon as the officers forced open the door to suspects died in that shooting acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says Robert Muller's Russia investigation close to being completed been fully briefed on the investigation. And I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report special counsel is charged thirty four people, including President.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Scientists found that many of the most resilient reefs are in remote. Areas with limited shoreline access and human exposure, a painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confu-. Fused. Visitors Sunday at the trout you cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the interior ministry says they detained a suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police the band had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by Quincy have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. Make it three straight for the AFC. AP's? Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue in the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team AFC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley name a few despite the score. It was all fun and games both locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty three. Kyle Cassandra Orlando. Houston officers shot. I'm Tim Maguire over the AP news minute Houston. Police chief art survey. Toe says undercover narcotics officers have been shot and another hurt a knee when at least two suspects opened fire on them. During a raid this afternoon or were shot to critically that aren't surgery both shot in the neck. But they're stable. Thank God that tape from K T R K. The chief says a team was serving a warrant for the sale of black tar heroin when the suspects opened fire as soon as the officers forced open the door to suspects died in that shooting acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says Robert Muller's Russia investigation close to being completed been fully briefed on the investigation. And I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report special counsel is charged thirty four people, including President Trump's former personal lawyer former campaign manager and a political consultant, I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Thank you.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art has been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the coffee gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police have demand had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. A former Portuguese prime minister is accused of pocketing thirty four million euros through top level corruption. A magistrate has begun hearing legal arguments from the public prosecutor and defense attorneys in one of the biggest cases in recent times in Portugal of the suspects include a former government minister, the one time head of Portugal's largest listed Bank, which went bankrupt and Portugal Telecom former presidents and his former chairman of the board decision on whether to proceed to trial is expected before the end of the year make it three straight for the AFC AP's. Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue in the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team a FC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley name a few despite the score. It was all fun and games both locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty-three Kyle Cassandra Orlando. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire four Houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics agents have been wounded.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"A magistrate has begun hearing legal arguments from the public prosecutor and defense attorneys in one of the biggest cases in recent times in Portugal of the suspects include a former government minister the one time head of Portugal's largest listed Bank, which went bankrupt and Portugal. Telecoms former presidents and its former chairman of the board decision on whether to proceed to trial is expected before the end of the year. If you follow Hollywood's award season formula for winning there's a new front runner for the Oscar for best picture, AP, entertainment, editor, Oscar wells Gabriel reports. The new favourite emerged at Sunday's sag awards. What do you want? I'll let the throw and Black Panther has taken a big step toward ascending to the throne. In this case, the Academy Award for best pitcher, Ryan Kugler superhero blockbuste- captured the movie on some of the ward at the Screen Actors Guild awards and that could set in motion a victory when the Oscars rolled around next month for one thing. Black Panther was voted as winner by fellow members of the actors union actors make up the largest percentage of the motion picture academy. So if voters were to repeat their preferences could make it possible for Conde to be remembered forever as a best picture Oscar winner, I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian artists been returned police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. Four houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics.

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"A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian artists been returned police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars at

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"Jackson is not happy with the debut of a new film, documenting child abuse accusations against the king of pop documentary leaving never land debuted at the Sundance film festival and was given a standing ovation. It focuses on two of Jackson's accusers and is set to be an HBO and the UK's channel four in the spring. The family said it's furious. The two men boys at the time, they said, they were abused have received renewed attention because of the film in a statement that says the film and coverage surrounding it are a public lynching of a man who can no longer defend himself. Jackson died in two thousand nine the men told authorities previously that Jackson hadn't molested them. But then later filed lawsuits saying they'd come to accept that they'd been sexually abused. The film's director. Dan Reed has said he has no doubts about the men's truthfulness. How we deal with our allies around the world has changed under the Trump administration. And as a piece Ben Thomas reports a new poll suggests most Americans don't think highly of the president's foreign policy approach the latest Associated Press NOISE center for public affairs research poll finds thirty five percent of respondents approve of President Trump's handling of foreign policy while sixty three percent disapprove in about half of all respondents think the country's global standing will deteriorate during the next year. But as with other issues, there's a wide partisan divide with seventy six percent of Republicans saying the president's doing okay on foreign policy, but only eight percent of Democrats. However, the president does fare better when it comes to his plan to remove US troops from Syria with thirty nine percent saying they approve compared with thirty five percent saying, they disapprove, Ben Thomas, Washington. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained the suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by coincidence have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire four Houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics agents have been wounded.

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"A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery would this is described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koiji fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. Make it three straight for the AFC. AP's? Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue with the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team AFC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley name a few despite the score. It was all fun and games above locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty three. Kyle Cassandra Orlando. Female filmmakers are submitting to and being accepted into the Sundance film festival in significantly greater numbers than they were a decade ago. According to a new study the Sundance institute and the university of southern California's Annenberg inclusion initiative found twenty eight percent a feature length had episode projects omitted in two twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen were directed by at least one woman and thirty five percent of those were ultimately accepted. The study also found twenty..

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"Great Lakes region. And upper Mississippi valley, a painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the trout you cough gallery. This is described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see theft the interior ministry says they detained a suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the band had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars. Auctions? To Sheeba has unveiled a remote controlled robot. That will go inside one of the damaged reactors at Japan's soon. Nami hit Fukushima nuclear plant. The robot has tongs to grip chunks of highly radioactive melted fuel. It's designed to slide down a thirty six foot long pipe and touch melted. Fuel inside the unit two's, reactor primary containment vessel. The reactor was built by Toshiba and GE the three reactors at the Fukushima plant suffered core. Meltdowns after a massive twenty eleven earthquake tsunami, damaged key cooling systems. So Sheba's energy systems unit says experiments with the new pro bar key to determining the right equipment and the right technologies that they'll need to remove the fuel debris. That'll be the most challenging part of the decommissioning process and is expected to take decades Houston police shot, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute five Houston. Police officers have been wounded in the shooting, which is suspect has been killed the police union. President says two of the five officers are in critical condition while the other three are stabilized. They're being treated at a city hospital swat team members still at the scene looking for whoever else might have been involved in this afternoon shooting. No word on what led to the incident. White House says President Trump could use executive action. If lawmakers can't reach a deal on border security over the next three weeks press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says Trump doesn't want to declare a national emergency or face and other government shutdown. Democrats have signaled to us that they're willing to actually get serious about a real deal and get serious about fixing the problem at the border, including funding for border wall acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation is close to being completed. I'm.

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"I'm speaking with David Wilner, the author of a new book FDR the last one hundred days FDR war at peace were on board the USS Quincy, a massive cruiser looks like a battleship to me. Accompanied by a number of destroyers and watched over by the US army air and watched over by the US navy. It is to cross the Atlantic. It leaves. Well, the leaves on the twenty third of February. It's going to take a full week to reach debris alter and then on to Malta on the sea voyage, David the president worked all the time. Although you note that he spent a lot of time in his cabinet. A what at this point was his understanding of what his task was as he prepares for y'all to he's been with Stalin and Churchill the year before what does he what does he see is his challenges? Once he reaches the conference. Well, the the the CBO just is as you say fascinating enough itself. Just the logistical challenges of getting the president United States during you know, during a war across the Atlantic safely was it's it's a really remarkable story. And then of course from Malta flying onto the Crimea. And then driving the final miles over the Crimean mountains to to yell to. It's just extrordinary journey epic journey that Roosevelt takes but his goals were worth three. Coming to terms with the final defeat of Germany and ensuring that that was going to happen. Remember that at this point, we have not even entered Germany yet, the war is by no means over we have just kind of recovered now from this massive our dens offensive. And then the second goal, of course, would be securing the Soviet Union's support or involvement in the war against Japan, which the US Chiesa staff considered a vital goal. At one point Admiral Lee, he remarked at getting the Russians to declare war and Japan would be worth oh entire trip to yell too. And then the final goal, of course, the one most closest to FDR was the establishment of the United Nations. Right. The peace organization reaching Livadia palace. Reaching y'all today is an epic journey. It requires the sea voyage to Malta and then meeting with Churchill all day getting on an aircraft in the middle of the night, the sacred cow and flying no lie higher than ten thousand. Feet does your doctor's orders because of the president's blood pressure all the way to Crimea through the German air defences over Crete at one point through the German submarines entering Mediterranean. It's fantastic voyage. However, we will go immediately to live the video palace because the concern always is the president's health. He bears up under this ordeal. None of us normal. People would David. So it's a credible talent to his part his willfulness. But Anna, you mentioned her before his daughter is his help mate here. And she seems increasingly frightened that the president can't rest that everybody's always sneaking into this room. Stenius the secretary of state always thinking Jimmy burns, his his close advisor at this point, a former member of the US supreme court, and now the governor of South Carolina, always thinking into his room, Anna consult with doctors about how the president can't rest. Yes, she she does. And she does her best. And and the doctor Dr Bruin himself, you know, instructs Roosevelt that he should not see people before noon and the morning, for example, sleep end, and and so forth, most of the time in fact, virtue virtue, virtually all the time he more or less, ignores this advice, the best honor can do is to kind of get him arrested in the afternoon before they start these plenary sessions, which with the exception of the first day start every day at four o'clock and run until eight or or even later in the evening, and then there's a long dinner, and they're they're brutally tense. I take David from the way he's arguments. Go on they do it in several languages, and there's ferocious I contact at this table. Absolutely. And they are, you know, dealing with the fate of millions of people, including of course, as we know the fate of the people of Poland too suffered so tremendously as a result of the war. So it's a it's a brutal. Ordeal. And it's a, and I think Roosevelt. Does hold up. Well, and we should not forget that Winston Churchill. Also, he's not in the same kind of health in some respects as Roosevelt, but he's also a man of an advanced age and there's concerns about his health. I think whereas church been having strokes and flus for years. He's a medical miracle alongside Franklin Roosevelt. Yeah. That's true. And I think the evidence indicates as I said in the book that Roosevelt was in command of his faculties. I was always surprised at the the closeness of the briefing papers, all of which I read before in preparation for the book, his responses to questions in his arguments are all very consistent with with the briefing papers that he studied on the way over to to yell to on some cases almost word for word. So he was well prepared. But as you say, Ana was very concerned, and she did her best, and she writes letters home to her husband, and there's one very dramatic letter in which she basically says, you know, there was a session over Poland. Where Roosevelt was really quite upset, and Dr Bruin after this lengthy dinner found him in a miserable state late at night and was very concerned about him. And this, you know, this is one of the times where he really demands that. He not see one in the morning. Honor writes this letter home saying, you know, I it's expressing her fears and frustrations affected. She can only speak about this deductor Bruin. They can't talk and tell anybody else, and then she even tells her husband, you know, we're his blood pressure would certainly respond to the stress, and it's not that he's not capable. It's just that he is pushing on and determined to negotiate these difficult issues. And and also, you know, again as I said frequently disturbed by visitors who wanted to speak with him. Yes. And blood pressure. You mentioned that this is nineteen forty five. He smokes heavily has his whole life. He drinks alcohol. Heavily has his whole life. This is normal for nineteen Forty-five understand that. But I'm a my eyes. Keep widening David has I read the consumption of the men in this room. No wonder six their seventh decade was considered senior for them. Yeah. Given what they did to their hearts in their lungs, and you mentioned his blood pressure. Not at this point was do we? We have a metric of what it was. But it was capable of two thirty over one eighty I think all the positions in the audience, and the physicians and the physician trainers out there will just be flabbergasted that he was permitted to leave the hospital at two thirty over one eighty because the pressure set lavonia were awful. There was also stolen again. And again, they talked about the UN. They talked about Japan. They talked about Germany finishing the war. How to resolve this? What to do with the the rascals all of that all the criminals, all the all the evil, and yet Poland Poland was the one dominant issue, and you make a wonderful point Stalin wanted real things. He wanted tangible results he wanted much as much of Asia's as he had gobble up and in in exchange for entering the war against Japan. And he wanted Poland. He called it the curse online. But we know he took all of eastern Europe did Roosevelt see this with his utopian. Vision of peace organization to the understand that Stalin was great. Finding in there in order to dominate people. Yes. Both church on rosewood. Understood this and you can go back to the Tehran conference. When there's a there's a conversation in which they more or less all agree that the power of the occupying army has control over the territory, which occupying I'm kind of paraphrasing there, it's a kind of a sort of tacit recognition that the powers that be in control of territory on it sort of call the shots. Now that doesn't mean that Roosevelt and Churchill didn't try to ameliorate the situation. And that was that was very much the reason one of the reasons they went to alter, and and I think it's what's really really important. Here's a couple of things. I do you put the all time context, you.

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"Batchelor show. John Batchelor show. I'm speaking with David Wilner, the author of a new book FDR the last one hundred days after at war and peace were on board the USS Quincy, a massive cruiser looks like a battleship to me. Accompanied by a number of destroyers and watched over by the US army air and watched over by the US navy. It is to cross the Atlantic. It leaves. Well, the leaves on the twenty third of February. It's going to take a full week to reach Gibraltar and then on to Malta on the verge. David the president worked all the time. Although you note that he spent a lot of time in his cabin. What at this point was his understanding of what his task was as he prepares for y'all to he's been with Stalin and Churchill the year before what does he what does he see is his challenges? Once he reaches the conference. Well, the the the CBO is as you say fascinating enough itself. Just the logistical challenges of getting the president United States during you know, during a war across the Atlantic safely was it's it's a really remarkable story. And then of course from Malta flying onto the Crimea. And then driving the final miles over the Crimean mountains to to yell to. It's just extraordinary journey epic journey that Roosevelt takes but his goals were worth three. Coming to terms with the final defeat of Germany and ensuring that that was going to happen. Remember that at this point, we have not even entered Germany yet, the war is by no means over we have just kind of recovered now from this massive are dense offensive. And then the second goal, of course, would be securing the Soviet Union's support or involvement in the war against Japan, which the US Chiesa staff considered a vital goal at one point two admiralty. He remarked getting the Russians to declare war on Japan would be worth or entire trip to yell too. And then the final goal, of course, the one most closest to FDR was the establishment of the United Nations. Right. The peace organization reaching Lydia palace. Reaching y'all today is an epic journey. It requires the sea voyage to Malta and then meeting with Churchill all day getting on an aircraft in the middle of the night, the sacred cow and flying no lie higher than ten thousand. Thousand feet does your doctor's orders because of the president's blood pressure all the way to Crimea through the German air defences over Crete at one point through the German submarines entering Mediterranean. It's a fantastic voyage. However, we will go immediately to Livia video palace because the concern always is the president's health. He bears up under this ordeal. None of us normal people would give it. So it's a credible talent to his part his willfulness. But Anna, you mentioned her before his daughter is his help mate here. And she seems increasingly frightened that the president can't rest that everybody's always sneaking into his room. Stenius secretary of state always thinking Jimmy burns, his his close advisor at this point, a former member of the US supreme court, and now the governor of South Carolina, always sneaking into his room. Just Anna consult with doctors about how the president can't rest. Yes, she she does. And she does her best. And and the doctor Dr Brune himself, you know, instructs Roosevelt that he should not see people before noon and the morning, for example, asleep end, and and so forth, most of the time in fact, virtue virtue, virtually all the time he more or less, ignores this advice, the best on it can do is to kind of get him arrest in the afternoon before they start these plenary sessions, which with exception of the first day start every day at four o'clock and run until eight or or even later in the evening, and then there's a long dinner, and they're they're brutally tense. I take it David from the way these arguments go on they do it in several languages, and there's ferocious I contact at this table. Absolutely. And they are, you know, dealing with the fate of millions of people, including of course, as we know the fate of the people of Poland who suffered so tremendously as a result of the war. So it's it's a brutal. Ordeal. And it's a and I think rose. Well, does hold up. Well, and we should not forget that Winston Churchill also. He's not in the same kind of health in some respects as Roosevelt, but he's also a man of an advanced age and there's concerns about his health church been having strokes and flus for years. I'm a medical miracle alongside Franklin Roosevelt. Yeah, that's true. And I think the evidence indicates as I said in the book that Roosevelt was in command of his faculties. I was always surprised at the the closeness of the briefing papers, all of which I read before in preparation for the book is responses to questions and his arguments are all very consistent with with the briefing papers that he studied on the way over to to yell to on some cases almost word for word. So he was well prepared. But as you say Ana was very concerned, and she did her best, and she writes letters home to her husband, and there's one very dramatic letter in which she basically says, you know, there was a session over. Poland. Where Roosevelt was really quite upset, and Dr Bruin after this lengthy dinner found him in a miserable state late at night and was very concerned about him. And this this is one of the times where he really demands that. He not see one in the morning, and honor writes this letter home saying, you know, I it's expressing her fears and frustrations affected. She can only speak about this deductor Bruin. They can't talk and tell anybody else, and then she even tells her husband to his blood pressure would certainly respond to the stress, and it's not that he's not capable. It's just that he is pushing on and determined to negotiate these difficult issues. And and also, you know, again as I said frequently disturbed by visitors who wanted to speak with him. Yes. And blood pressure. You mentioned that this is nineteen Forty-five. He smokes heavily has his whole life. He drinks alcohol. Heavily has his whole life. This is normal for nineteen Forty-five understand that. But I'm a my eyes keep widening, David. As I read the consumption of the men in this room. No wonder six their seventh decade was considered senior for them. Yeah. Given what they did their hearts in their lungs, and you mentioned his blood pressure. Not at this point was do we have a metric of what it was. But it was capable of two thirty over one eighty I think all the positions in the audience, and the physicians and the physician trainers out there will just be flabbergasted that he was permitted to leave the hospital at two thirty over one eighty because the pressure settling lavonia were awful. There was also Stalin again. And again, they talked about the UN. They talked about Japan. They talked about Germany finishing the war. How to resolve this? What to do with the the rascals all of that all the criminals, all they all the evil, and yet Poland Poland was the one dominant issue, and you make a wonderful point Stalin wanted real thinks he wanted tangible results he wanted much as much of Asia as you had gobble up and in. In exchange for entering the war against Japan. And he wanted Poland. He called it the curse online. But we know he took all of eastern Europe did Roosevelt see this with his utopian. Vision of a peace organization to understand that Stalin was grinding in there in order to dominate people. Yes. Both Churchill and Roosevelt. Understood this and you can go back to the Tehran conference. When there's a there's a conversation in which they more or less all agree that the power of the occupying army has control over the territory, which is occupying. I'm kind of paraphrasing there. It's kind of. Sort of tacit recognition that the powers that be in control of territory on sort of call the shots. And now that doesn't mean that Roosevelt and Churchill didn't try to ameliorate the situation. And that was that was very much the reason one of the reasons they went to alter, and and I think it's what's really really important. Here's a couple of things. I do Alta Yeltsin.

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"I'm speaking with David Wilner, the author of a new book FDR the last one hundred days FDR, warranted peace. We're on board the USS Quincy, a massive cruiser. Looks like a battleship to me accompanied by a number of destroyers and watched over by the US army air and watched over by the US navy. It is to cross the Atlantic. It leaves. Well, the leaves on the twenty third of February. It's going to take a full week to reach debris alter and then on to Malta on the of David the president worked all the time. Although you note that he spent a lot of time in his cabinet. What at this point was his understanding of what his task was as he prepares for y'all to he's been with Stalin and Churchill the year before what does he what does he see is his challenges once? Reaches the the conference. Well, the the CBO just is as you say fascinating enough itself. Just the logistical challenges of getting the president United States during during a war across the Atlantic safely was it's it's a really remarkable story. And then of course from Malta flying onto the Crimea. And then driving the final miles over the Crimean mountains to yell to. It's just extraordinary journey epic journey that Roosevelt takes but his goals were worth three coming to terms with the final defeat of Germany and ensuring that that was going to happen. Remember that at this point, we have not even entered Germany yet, the war is by no means over we have just kind of recovered now from this massive our dens offensive. And then the second goal, of course, would be securing the Soviet Union's support or involvement in the war against Japan, which the US chief of staff considered a vital goal at one point Admiral. He remarked at getting the Russians to declare war and Japan would be worth oh entire trip to yell too. And then the final goal, of course, the one most closest to FDR was the establishment of the United Nations. Right. The peace organization reaching Livadia palace. Reaching y'all today is an epic journey. It requires the sea voyage to Malta and then meeting with Churchill all day getting on an aircraft in the middle of the night, the sacred cow and flying no lie higher than ten thousand feet. Does your doctor's orders because of the president's blood pressure all the way to Crimea through the German air defences over Crete at one point through the German submarines entering Mediterranean. It's fantastic voyage. However, we will go immediately to live the video palace because the concern always the president's health. He bears up under this ordeal. None of us normal. People would David. So it's a credible talent to his part his willfulness. But Anna you mentioned her. Before his daughter is his help mate here. And she seems increasingly frightened that the president can't rest that everybody's always sneaking into his room. Stenius the secretary of state always thinking Jimmy burns, his his close advisor at this point, a former member of the US supreme court. And now the governor of South Carolina, always thinking into his room does Anna's consult with doctors about how the president can't rest. Yes, she she does. And she does her best. And and the doctor Dr Bruin himself, you know, instructs Roosevelt that he should. Nazi people before noon and the morning, for example, sleep end, and and so forth. Most of the time, in fact, virtually perch, virtually all the time he more or less, ignores this advice, the best honor can do is to kind of get him arrested in the afternoon before they start these plenary sessions, which. With the exception of the first day start every day at four o'clock and run until eight or or even later in the evening, then there's a long dinner, and they're they're brutally tense. I take it David from the way these arguments go on they do it in several languages, and there's ferocious I contact at this table. Absolutely. And they are, you know, dealing with the fate of millions of people, including of course, as we know the fate of the people of Poland too suffered so tremendously as a result of the war. So it's it's a brutal. Ordeal. And it's a a, and I think Roosevelt does hold up. Well, and we should not forget that Winston Churchill. Also, he's not in the same kind of health in some respects. It's as Roosevelt, but he's also a man of an advanced age and there's concerns about his health Churchill's been having strokes and fluids for years. I'm going to disappoint a medical miracle alongside Franklin Roosevelt. Yeah, that's true. And I think the evidence indicates as I said in the book. Book that Roosevelt was in command of his faculties. I was always surprised at the the closeness of the briefing tapers all of which I read before in preparation for the book, his responses to questions and his arguments are all very consistent with with the Brecon papers that he studied on the way over to to yell to on some cases almost word for word. So he was well prepared. But as you say, it was very concerned, and she did her best, and she writes letters home to her husband, and there's one very dramatic letter in which she basically says, you know, there was a session over Poland. Where Roosevelt was really quite upset, and Dr Bruin after this lengthy dinner found him in a miserable state late at night and was very concerned about this. This is one of the times where he really demands that. He not see one of the morning and honor writes this letter home saying, you know, it's expressing her fears, and frustrations fact that she can only speak about this deductible. Ruin they can't talk and tell anybody else, and then she even tells her husband, you know, we're his blood pressure would certainly respond to the stress, and it's not that he's not capable. It's just that he is pushing on and determined to negotiate these difficult issues. And and also, you know, again as I said frequently disturbed by visitors who want to speak with him. Yes. And blood pressure. You mentioned that this is nineteen forty five. He smokes heavily has his whole life. He drinks alcohol. Heavily has his whole life. This is normal for nineteen Forty-five understand that. But I'm a my eyes keep widening David as I read the consumption of the men in this room. No wonder six this as their seventh decade was considered senior for them. Yeah. Given what they did their hearts in their lungs, and you mentioned his blood pressure. Not at this point was do we have a metric of what it was. But it was capable of two thirty over one eighty I think all the physicians in the audience, and the physicians and the physician. Trainers out. There will just be flabbergasted that he was permitted to leave the hospital at two thirty over one eighty because the pressures that Lithuania were awful. There was also stolen again. And again, they talked about the UN. They talked about Japan. They talked about Germany finishing the war. How to resolve this? What to do with the the rascals all of that all the criminals, all they all the evil, and yet Poland Poland was the one dominant issue, and you make a wonderful point Stalin wanted real things. He wanted tangible results he wanted much as much of Asia as he had gobble up and in in exchange for entering the war against Japan. And he wanted Poland. He called it the curse online. But we know he took all of eastern Europe did Roosevelt see this with his utopian. Vision of a peace organization to the understand that Stalin was grinding in there in order to dominate people. Yes. Both church on rosewood. Understood this and you can go back to the Tehran conference. When there's a there's a conversation in which they more or less all agree that the power the occupying army has control over the territory, which talk you piling. I'm kind of paraphrasing there. It's kind of. Sort of tacit recognition that the powers that be in control.

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"crimean mountains" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The the last one hundred days fdr war and peace ron board the uss quincy a massive cruiser looks like a battleship to me accompanied by a number of destroyers and watched over by the us army air and watched over by the us navy it is to cross the atlantic it leaves well the leaves on the twenty third of february it's going to take a full week to reach debris alter and then on to malta on the sea voyage david the president worked all the time although you note that he spent a lot of time in his cabinet what at this point was his understanding of what his task was as he prepares for y'all to he's been with stalin and churchill the year before what does he what does he see is his challenges once he reaches the the conference well the the the sea voyages is as you say fascinating ended up itself just the logistical challenges of getting the president united states during a during a war across the atlantic safely was it's it's a really remarkable story and then of course from malta flying onto the crimea and then driving the final miles over the crimean mountains to to yell to extraordinary journey epic journey that roosevelt takes but his goals were worth three coming to terms with the final defeat of germany and ensuring that that was going to happen remember that at this point we have not even entered germany yet the war is by no means over we have just kinda recovered now from this massive our dens offensive and then the second goal of course would be securing the soviet union's support or involvement in the war against japan which the us chief of staff considered a vital goal at one point admiral lee he remarked getting the russians to declare war on japan would be worth entire trip to alta and then the final goal of course the one most closest to fdr was the establishment of the united nations right the peace organization reaching lavonia palace reaching y'all today is an epic journey it requires the sea voyage to malta and then meeting with churchill all day getting on an aircraft in the middle of the night the sacred cow and flying no lie higher than ten thousand feet does your doctor's orders because of the president's blood pressure all the way to crimea through the german air defences over crete at one point through the.

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"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show i'm speaking with david wilner the author of a new book fdr the last one hundred days fdr war and peace ron board the uss quincy a massive cruiser looks like a battleship to me accompanied by a number of destroyers and watched over by the us army air and watched over by the us navy it is to cross the atlantic it leaves well the leaves on the twenty third of february it's going to take a full week to reach debris alter and then onto malta on the sea voyage david the president worked all the time although you note that he spent a lot of time in his cabinet a what at this point was his understanding of what his task was as he prepares for y'all to he's been with stalin and churchill the year before what does he what does he see his challenges once he reaches the conference well the the the sea voyages is as you say fascinating enough itself just the logistical challenges of getting the president united states during during a war across the atlantic safely was it's it's a really remarkable story and then of course from malta flying onto the crimea and then driving the final miles over the crimean mountains to to yell to it's just extraordinary journey epic journey that roosevelt takes but his goals were worth three coming to terms with the final defeat of germany and ensuring that that was going to happen remember that at this point we have not even entered germany yet the war is by no means over we have just kind of recovered now from this massive are dense offensive and then the second goal of course would be securing the soviet union's support or involvement in the war against japan which the us chiefs of staff considered a vital goal at one point admiral lee remarked it getting the russians to declare war and japan would be worth though entire trip to yell too and then the final goal of course the one most closest to fdr was the establishment of the united nations right the peace organization reaching livadia palace reaching y'all today is an epic journey it requires the sea voyage to malta and then meeting with churchill all day getting on an aircraft in the middle of the night.

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