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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Alright. Okay. Alright listening to radio lab lab radio. W N Y C. Yeah. Have we don't know. How would you describe this one? My sense is that you walk into a wild place. And you hear the wind and the trees and you hear these trips and sounds and calls and they're just part of the part of the wild. They're wild life. But there is now a group of scientists who listen much more closely and who are reducing wildlife to wild talk. It's uh yeah, There are words in there. When you find the words as the people we will meet. Do in these stories. You end up not just understanding, but actually entering that wild space in a very cool way, Right? This is a story this first one that we heard about. Yeah, Yeah. For Murray. I'm Ari Daniel Shapiro. I'm a public radio producer in Boston. Sorry, recently met a guy. I think Germany's his Swiss. So yeah, his name's Klaus Zuberbuehler clothes and he's a professor of psychology at the University of Caen Andrews, which is in Scotland. And where does the story actually take place? Because where's the jungle? Yeah, well, I may be. The best place to start is to kind of describe the the scene where we are, which is in the Thai Forest Forest, which is in the Ivory Coast in Africa, So it's not in Thailand. No, it's not. It's t Ai ta. I okay? And Klaus describes.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"The federal case against michael cohen for the payoff stormy daniels included an unnamed person called individual one prosecutors say michael cohen acted in coordination with an at the direction of individual one was clearly an obviously donald trump. In today's indictment there is someone referred to as unindicted co-conspirator number one. It is not very clear who unindicted co-conspirator number one might be. There are many possibilities and putting someone who might already be secretly cooperating with prosecutors. The indictment says from at least two thousand five. Through the date of this indictment the named defendants and others including unindicted co-conspirator number one agreed to and implemented a compensation gain with the object of enabling weisselberg to under report has income to federal authorities and thereby evade taxes and falsely claimed federal tax refunds. To which he was not entitled on or before april fifth twenty ten the trump corporation acting through its agent unindicted co conspirator number one under reported alan weisselberg taxable income for the tax year. Two thousand nine joining us. Now daniel shapiro professor of tax law at new york university law school also with us tim. O'brien senior columnist for bloomberg opinion. He is the author of the book trump nation and he already wrote the book about donald trump's businesses. Professor of you tweeted your way onto the show today. When i saw your tweet describing your reaction to these charges you said this is these are serious violations of tax law. That really have to be prosecuted. Why well it's not really a fringe benefit case. Some of the spin on the ice fixation was it's like you give a company car to someone angie. They didn't really use it for work all the time. That's not what this is. This is kind of like if someone went to his or her boss and said wanted you reduce my salary by five thousand dollars this month but give me five thousand dollars in an envelope in cash in unmarked bills. That's what this is as previous guests. Were saying there's a fixed amount of compensation he's gone to get and then it's reduced so they don't have to report it but he he gets in some cases it was cash tuition. It's like buying a a flat screen. Tv it's really just a scheme to Do sneaky off the books cash instead of reported incomes so has nothing to do really with fringe benefits. It's about it's sort of again. This is just the allegation indictment. It hasn't been proven but it's it's about straight up fraud. Keeping two sets of books. You can't allow if that happens then. Basically no one has to pay taxes anymore. Just do silly things Like have side arrangements in dual sets of books So it's really a challenge to the taxes. I don't see how prosecutors could not charge this if you run across this. Even if they aren't trying to get leverage on weisselberg run saying if you come across this not to charge it would be rather amazing. And tim o'brien. The indictment is filled with unnamed characters and references to them does the unindicted co-conspirator. And then there. There's the references to others and other executives other high level executives And so the candidates for liability here include donald trump's children obviously include donald trump himself. Who's worried tonight as they read this indictment anybody in the upper ranks of this very small organization who advised donald trump or participated in any of these scams alongside ellen. Weisselberg of the trump trump organization is has scores of. Llc's under its umbrella. I suspect the trump corporation is is is another one of these entities and typically. There weren't a lot of people top that flew chain. It was it was it was a company that existed on paper it usually included alan whilst weisselberg and some constellation of the three children so to the extent that unindicted co conspirator number one is is someone in the trump orchid corporation and that nears other. Llc's trump organization typically constructs. It's possible the children are in danger. There I think the other issue that's going will come on very soon with the weight of this indictment is is people will start to rat one another out. Possibly i think this is an organization. We've talked about this before. There's not a lot of loyalty. Everyone understands that. Trump's saves his skin before. Anyone anyone else and i think a chill probably went down the spines of of people in senior ranks at the trump organization. When they read this. I think a lot of the spin around this as being a a frivolous suit without a lot of ammunition behind it got dispelled today. This is the very early stages of this investigation and a lot of people could be crossed. Caught up in. it's crossfire. a professor shapiro into weisman. just raise. The question of what do federal prosecutors do today. When they pick up this indictment and read it and to be fair to them. The manhattan prosecutors are the very first prosecutors who've had the tax returns of donald trump's company and donald trump to study for criminal behavior. So of course they would be the first ones to find it but what they found includes a federal crime. Yes no it's kind of funny because The new york state basis for the charges that it's defrauding someone so it could be that someone who's indicted into this statute devoted you or diverted me or devoted someone else on the show instead. They there was the federal government so they find the new york state people find federal income tax fraud which is undeniable if the facts of the indictment are proven and it is kind of Puts the it's embarrassing for the feds although as you say maybe they didn't have access to. It also seems to be stuff that once you look at enough documents. It's just right there and there's no denying it again if the if the indicted is provable. so yeah. I don't see how they cannot charge on this basis and tim. That's what's so striking about. The indictment is that you can see how this case can be made a b. big so so well because it is on paper it is right there and the man responsible for it. All is sitting in the courtroom allen weisselberg. You know that's an important thing to remember about the entire suite of this case lawrence. I don't think special grand jury would have been convened and the da's office targeted a former president. If they didn't have a lot of other paperwork in their hands already that that goes to some of these other hospital crimes. We've discussed bank fraud. Tax fraud accounting fraud falsification of business records and alan weisselberg were tanned in love with donald trump for decades creating the kind of paperwork that that company sent out to banks other lenders and media to present this mirage around who trump was deposed donald trump for two days in two thousand seven and that deposition is full of his acknowledgement. That he in weisselberg were closely together on this Professor day severo and tim. O'brien thank you both for joining this discussion tonight. Really appreciate.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on Talks with Petri

Talks with Petri

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on Talks with Petri

"Adversarial aspects to the world of law and it just didn't suit my personality. I prefer to be far more engaged. In creativity problem solving brainstorming thinking that way about the possibilities than about people pitted against each other. And that's why a negotiation differently. I don't see it in that adversarial way as much as i can because they don't really believe it benefits us if you could be a co founder of any startup in any air. Which one would you choose. You know this is an interesting question. And i and i thought about it and i thought probably apple mostly because i thought i still think that there was so much interesting. Creativity that went on in in steve jobs as garage About what the world could look like in about. How technology could aid in that process of moving humanity forward but i think it was because of the creativity aspect of it in the process that that they brought to the table that i thought was so fascinating a final witch audience. Only that i would encourage you to embrace negotiation but something that i think a lot of people have run away from and not run toward. It's it's a little bit like the old chinese finger trap where you put your finger any jannine when you pull away. It gets tighter but when you come together it loosens. And i think when people come toward negotiation when they it when they understand its value in its power and how it can really help you in your life than i think you get in almost in transpired like it becomes a fascinating process of how you live your life how you deal with problems and conflicts in situations and so i would encourage people to try to see negotiation more along the lines of what we've discussed today than Than what they might know. And maybe just to try to learn negotiation in new. go out and pick up one of the books That's out bear on negotiation. Could be mind it could be others and a new name a few books a good ones. Well i mean and mine is the book of real world negotiations but You know if people really want to change their perception on negotiation. I would have them start by reading. The book called getting to yes. Negotiating agreement without giving in that was written by fisher inury and nineteen eighty-one and is still in the bestseller list and really transformed the world of negotiation There's another book called. Never slip the difference by christopher voss which is also good. There's a book called negotiating the impossible by deepak mojo tra and There's a book called. The art of negotiation by michael wheeler talks about How the essence of negotiation is is really being able to think on your feet and being adaptable and as a result he encourages people to learn the skills of improv. As a core skill set so those are four or five there's also a really good one called negotiating rationally by a friend. My friend mark young but another one called beyond reason. By roger fisher and daniel shapiro but the rule of motions and negotiation and this is a place where a lot of people struggle which is in managing the emotional side of negotiations so they offer up some ideas about how to do that more effectively. Thanks justice it's so fun to talk with you. I would do this like you say to the long. Thank you so much for having you and my soul and good luck with all unique. Thank you. I really appreciate you having me on and taking the time to do it and all your questions as well. Hopefully you enjoyed tax volley sinning. And they'll next time..

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News I'm Yoon Hee Han Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia today, promising state leaders the Trump Administration will do everything it can to reopen businesses and made the pandemic starting with in person learning at schools. We don't want this out on critical services, whether the nutrition are special needs or or learning disabilities or any of the counseling they received schools. But it's also it's also important for working families. Meanwhile, the CDC has a new, grim prediction by Labor Day 200,000 Americans could be lost to the virus. California now tops the nation with 600,000 cases. The state also dealing with a heat wave and ordering rolling power outages to ease the strain on the electrical system. As three wildfires currently burn near Los Angeles, and in Georgia officials are trying to close Stone Mountain Park in suburban Atlanta, unconcerned about violent clashes. The park, which displays a giant skull Teacher of Confederate leaders is a site of a planned right wing militia rally today. This is ABC News. The major diplomatic agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is raising curiosity about what it means for the Gulf and the Middle East. Daniel Shapiro, former U. S ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration, tells ABC News Why this deal is important for Israel endemic exchange athletic exchanges, tourism travel in both both directions. That's something that frankly, Israel is not fully achieved in its peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan. Which are relatively cold piece cold pieces between leaders that don't have much of a people, People aspect. This, Uh, agreement to normalize relations, I believe, represents two countries that are prepared to go quite a bit further because they see real opportunities and mixed views on video footage around George Floyd's death from former Minneapolis police officer totals body Camp House attorney says the video exonerates him, but the prosecutor wants a court to treat one officer as culpable as all the others. Attorneys are due in court next month to tackle such emotion. In while a tentative trial date is set for March of next year. You know Han ABC News Have you ever wanted to.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It's also recommending anyone voting by mail to request their ballot at least 15 days in advance. Meanwhile, President Trump has said the mail in ballot system will lead to voter fraud and has threatened to block funding for the post office until Democrats agreed to a Corona virus relief bill and the U. S redeploying 1000 American soldiers from Germany to Poland. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is signing a deal earlier today in Warsaw, saying the transfer of troops will allow the U. S and Poland. To work on new threats like space and cyber security. This is ABC News. The major diplomatic agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is raising curiosity about what it means for the Gulf and the Middle East. Daniel Shapiro, former U. S ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration, tells ABC News why this deal is important for Israel. Academic exchange athletic exchanges, tourism travel in both both directions. That's something that frankly, Israel is not fully achieved in its peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan, which are relatively cold piece coal pieces between leaders that don't have much of a people. Two people aspect. This, Uh, agreement to normalize relations, I believe, represents two countries that are prepared to go quite a bit further because they see real opportunities and mixed views on video footage around George Floyd's death from former Minneapolis police officer totals body camp tells attorney says the video exonerates him, but the prosecutor wants a court to treat one off. Sir, as culpable as all the others. Attorneys are due in court next month to tackle such emotion while a tentative trial date is set for March of next year, you neon ABC news, a cz you get back to business,.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now face mask so pan sanitizer, disinfectants, wipes and gloves. Ultraviolet light sterilization boxes aren't about idea. Neither are happy Air purifier, zinc tablets or oxygen saturation monitors. The most important thing. Common sense. Deborah Bradley get CBS News. There is one college football program in Virginia. That says they're limiting Corona virus testing and there are no cases. But that's raising red flags Ta Son conference, joining other division one leagues and not playing this Fallen exception is Virginia's Liberty University. Flames Football. Hugh Freeze head football coach. You havent had a positive and over three weeks, but on the other hand, we've gone over two weeks without even having a have a typist because no one's screen with any symptom and with games on the weekends test on Wednesdays and Who knows what could happen with us or the opponent are trying to maintain a bubble of protections for student athletes, says the coach. Chuck Stevenson. ABC NEWS Well, the reality of the pandemics. Second wave has thrown every day Americans, economists and business owners alike for Loop. Retailers, anxious to have sales returned to pre pandemic levels have reason to be concerned. We're about 47 48% of last year's traffic, so we're down 52%. John Kelly of then reach says with the Huge decline in retail traffic. The recovery is a long way off. Now. We're not seeing a return this year. It could happen next year, but we don't have data to point to anything more specific than that. On the plus side e commerce and delivery options. Stefan Kaufman, CBS News There's a Florida teacher who has written her own obituary. As she prepares to head back into the classroom for the start of a new school year. With the bid Emmick surrounding her fair of heading back into a classroom amid Corona virus, Jacksonville, Florida teacher Whitney Reddick decided to write her obituary and posted to Facebook. It's a surreal feeling to say goodbye. The special ed teacher thinks classrooms are too safe for students and teachers. What if I go on a ventilator? What if my husband gets sick? And then we're both in there? Who takes care of our son? What if I pass away? What if he passes away? Reddick does plan to return. A classroom for the start of school. August 20th Jim Krystle, a CBS News reaction pouring in for Israel and the United Arab Emirates, after reaching an agreement that opens diplomatic relations between the two countries. A key point in the deal is Israel stopping its annexation of the West Bank. Daniel Shapiro is a former U. S ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration and says Prime Minister Netanyahu will have to hold fast to this deal or risk his relationship. With the United Arab Emirates. I don't see a scenario where the United memories having made this decision you're to normalize. Specifically having proposed it to Israel is a choice. Either you annex of the West thing or you can normalize with United remembers, but you can't do both. The agreement also undermines and Arab consensus that recognition of Israel on Lee come in return for concessions in peace talks, and that's a rare source of leverage. For the Palestinians. Staying.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Storm Kyle churning in the Atlantic and we're going to see some pretty big waves today. Be careful Temperatures, though not really beach worthy post seventies today. Partly cloudy 60 for tonight and then Maura the same tomorrow clouds sun, maybe a shower and a high about 73. 67 degrees. Cloudy right now involved. This's W. B Z use Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here of the five things you need to know. It's 7 15 Two bodies found yesterday in an SUV submerged in the waters off Black Falcon Peer in the Boston seaport pedestrian who was struck and killed by a car in Concord Thursday, identified as 67 year old Jennifer Bemis of conquered people speaking out against President Trump's opposition to mail in voting, including one former president. Mailbox is being taken away from Brighton to Gloucester, but they will be replaced with newer, more secure box. There has been a major setback for White House foreign policy on Iran. CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela Fox. The U. N Security Council on Friday overwhelmingly voted against the U. S resolution to indefinitely extended arms embargo against Iran and U S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed the vote, calling it inexcusable. Indonesia's ambassador is president of the U. N Security Council announced the vote. Has not been adopted, having failed to obtain the required number off without further action. The 13 year embargo will now expire in mid October, allowing Iran to buy and sell conventional weapons without U. N restrictions. Pamela Fox CBS News Reaction continues to pour in over the diplomatic agreement struck this week between Israel And the United Arab Emirates normalizing relations between the two countries. Now the world is left to decipher what this means for the Gulf and for other relations in the Middle East. Daniel Shapiro, former U. S ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration, tells ABC News why this deal is culturally significant for Israel more so than its previous peace treaties in the region. Endemic exchange athletic exchanges, tourism travel in both both directions. That's something that frankly, Israel is not fully achieved in its peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan, which are relatively cold piece. Cold pieces between leaders that don't have much of a people. Two people aspect this, Uh, agreement to normalize relations, I believe, represents two countries that are prepared to go quite a bit further because they see real opportunities riel opportunities. So, says Daniel Shapiro, But Iran and Turkey are criticizing the United Arab Emirates for the deal with Israel, saying it's an act of betrayal. Against Palestinians and Muslims. President Trump telling hundreds of New York Police Department officers that quote no one will be safe in Biden's America end quote. If the former vice president defeats him in November, the president stepping up his attacks on the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and as new running mate, Senator Kamala Harris.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on KOMO

"Reaction's continue after the major diplomatic agreement this week between Israel and the United Arab Emirates as they agreed to normalize relations. The world's trying to decipher what that means for the Gulf region and what could be next. Daniel Shapiro served as U. S ambassador to Israel and the Obama administration, he says this step is welcome. But other regional powers may not be as ready to take this leap. Saudi Arabia would be obviously the most influential of the Saudi states. I think it's less likely that that will happen soon. There's a lot of resistance to this notion in Saudi society. There's a Saudi leadership that includes both a young, uh very iconoclastic crap Crown prince but also an older and more traditional king. A slain army soldier who the Defense Department says was killed by a fellow soldier in April was remembered Friday at a memorial in Houston more from ABC, Serena Roy. We're just out that a mouse injected with covert 19 bit a researcher last April during test to better treat the disease does the University of North Carolina the researcher, followed a 14 days self quarantine and didn't develop any symptoms? Preempt Patil and then you research scientist says lab mouse bites are not rare, and there are risks of transmission through saliva and possibly air droplets, she says. Sometimes mistakes do happen if you're gripping 200 to 300 animals a day, your hands can get tired. ABC Chuck Secrets, and this is ABC News. Balance of Nature Changing the world one life at a time. They think just taking the balance of nature. I really feel like it just fashion feel better, and it's really a noticeable thing so that to me is significant..

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Reaction's continue after the major diplomatic agreement this week between Israel and the United Arab Emirates as they agree to normalize relations. The world's trying to decipher what that means for the Gulf region and what could be next. Daniel Shapiro served as U. S ambassador to Israel and the Obama administration, he says this step is welcome. But other regional powers may not be as ready to take this leap. Saudi Arabia would be obviously the most influential of the Saudi states. I think it's less likely that that will happen soon. There's a lot of Resistance to this notion in Saudi society. There's a Saudi leadership that includes both a young, uh very iconoclastic crap Crown prince but also older and more traditional King. A slain army soldier who the Defense Department says was killed by a fellow soldier in April was remembered Friday at a memorial in Houston. Mohr from ABC, Serena Roy We're just out that a mouse injected with covert 19 bit a researcher last April during test to better treat the disease was the University of North Carolina. The researcher followed a 14 days self quarantine and didn't develop any symptoms. Preempt battle and then you research scientist says lab mouse bites are not rare, and there are risks of transmission through saliva and possibly air droplets, she says. Sometimes mistakes do happen if you're gripping 200 to 300 animals a day, your hands can get tired. ABC Chuck Secrets, and this is ABC News. Balance of Nature Changing the world one life at a time. Facing just taking the balance of nature. I really feel like it just clean, old fashioned, feel better, and it's really a noticeable thing so that to me is significant..

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

13:45 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Of the Israel national security project an online repository of statements by Israeli security experts who favor two state solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict he's the author of why hoax become Dobbs Shimon Peres and foreign policy change in Israel welcome to background briefing doctor guy said thank you so what's data is going on in Israel in the sense that the disquiet over what's happening in northern Syria with that trumps sell out of the Kurds which incidently happened on Putin's birthday and now he's pulling it trumps pulling out the US troops very quickly the remaining trips because said they're in danger already we're hearing that and number or maybe thousand at least ISIS prisons were already escaped the worst thing it it possible stuff is going on there what is the in general the reaction in Israel because I there was a commentary by the one of the top Israeli at com columnist say in the area are enough the main one of the big newspapers of biggest newspaper I guess saying that trump the quote trump abandons allies without blinking in Israel is liable to be next is that if is an A. F. growing sense in Israel yes of there are two overarching concerns with respect to president trump's decision the first is the decision itself we get there kind of what's seen as a retreat as an American retreat from Syria and all of it dire implications and the second overarching concern is his decision making style how this decision was made which was kind of seen as very erratic very impulsive Bates was made while he was talking or right after you spoke to present an heir to one without any consultation with with his own aides with south Congress with allies in the region and so everyone was caught off guard and this kind of lends itself to a very chaotic decision making style only adding to the confusion so Israelis have been decidedly up close to you this decision I think that it's kind of a consensus point in Israel in fact was a rally just last night in Jerusalem in support of the Kurds the rally organizer said that you can't see what's happening and and remain silent there have been dozens of reserve officers who joined they're bad at their signatures to a letter to prime minister Netanyahu saying that they are ready to help and they're just waiting for the order so the Israelis are are obviously very much concerned and Jerry oppose the decision so is there an identification in a culturally historically between the Israelis and the Kurds in this much just because our state let's people are an ethnic group that's being persecuted I think so but I think more than cultural historical ties with dealing with strategic interests the Kurds need Israelis Israelis need the Kurds the clothes are seen as kind of a moderate pro western not forced the United States use them and and similarly two Israelis as kind of of of of beers stop fighting the ethnic group it's it's one of the largest ethnic groups in the region but it's one that we can rely on unfortunately they can't always rely on us but if you take a look at the fight against ISIS which is really been more an American interest in an Israeli interests the cars are the ones that that that did most of the fighting they lost over ten thousand lives in fighting ISIS and so this decision is kind of seen as an abandonment of the sorry and Curtis partners and that's something that this is not locked and Israelis work earned about America's commitment to its allies in general what does it say about US commitment to its allies what does this say about America's role in the region because clearly this is seen as a retreat and and that means that Israel might have to make decisions that are more unilateral because that feels we can't count on the United States to counter its main rival which is around we saw a similar policy reversal by president trump but recently when he accused Iran of of attacking the Saudi oil facilities but didn't do anything in response and so we're seeing kind of threats that are made and then not carried out and that policy reversals and very erotic fashion which is of major concern to Israelis well it looks as though the Saudis have been so sold out and not that I'm a great fan of Mohammed bin Salman of the sound it's been in it when the U. S. shut down when the rainy and shut down the US drone the trump did nothing and I think this the Iranians were emboldened and then they in attacked and dropped a whole bunch of cruise missiles on and the main oil terminal sending Arabian disrupted their oil and the Saudis now along with the amber ID's going hand in hand to the Iranian so the Iranians to become almost overnight the head Germans in that part of the world and if you look at the map and the Iranians control some major Arab cities says or Arab states Baghdad sana Damascus Beirut it in the end to end and if this is being that that yeah his main concern and he did forge some kind of defective alliance with them this almond against the Iranians in Israel and they seeing this is have this whole anti a run that coalition is just literally dissolve Devon night yeah because after president trump and band and the Iran nuclear deal he he hadn't done much to counter Iranian aggression in the region and so a lot of Israelis especially bills on kind of in a ten Yahoo's corner who were please that president trump took such a hard line at least rhetorically against Iran have been disappointed and I and I'm sure that they know and sell to this point it at trumps that seeming lack of resolve when it comes to the Iranians so yeah I mean I would also encourage your listeners you are reading a good op at that former **** Daniel Shapiro he was Obama's ambassador to Israel he's currently living in Israel at the moment he wrote out a piece on the various ways that president trump's decision is harming Israel and and one of those ways is it seen as handing a victory to the Iranians and that's that's a serious concern and again I speak with doctor guys if is a professor at American University school of international service and director of the Israel national security project an online repository of statements by Israeli security experts who favor two state solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict and he'll serve why hoax become jobs Shimon Peres and foreign policy change in Israel said trump is already getting some backlash she was expected the values conference of the evangelicals here in the United States and a lot of them are upset Pat problems and others are being quite at spoken a in there absolutely disgusted the the sell out of kids some of whom a Christian but what it what kind of awakening is going on my understanding is that there was a falling out between Sheldon Adelson and in particular his wife and Netanyahu's wife and my understanding is well we know that Hey listen with the biggest single donor to trump and we also know that Donald Trump is extremely popular in Israel so if trump is in danger of losing his evangelical base in the United States is in danger of losing his the right wing supporters of Israel here in the United States I yes but that's the biggest because if there's one thing president trump understands that I would send a stamped quite well it's it's as bait and all along he has appear from day one he's appeal because base with his slogans America first and make America great again and the use of fake news that has that the various themes that he was promoted throughout his campaign and the presidency such as the wall and and clamping down on illegal immigration all of that he's been pretty consistent on but I think that as you appear point he has appealed to the evangelical community are now under question because be up until now they have been with him because of his strong anti abortion stance because of his strong pro Israel and anti Palestinian rhetoric and even decisions with respect to Jerusalem but I think that at this point they are questioning whether or not you somebody that they can rely on so this is been one key decision that they are disagreeing with but I don't know whether this is going to be a turning point that remains to be seen what are you hearing from Israeli security experts because my understanding this is one of the reasons why it's so mysterious what prompted this after this phone call with a and a one and coincidently on his birthday when a question the Russians are the winners and long with the Iranians and inside regime that's just incredibly obvious his argument that a way sick of these endless wars in fact he did mention he said you know that the the Kurds and the Turks are in some trouble battle just like the Israelis and Palestinians yeah so that whatever well in this round but the the idea that one thousand troops at is that how the priority pulling out these people as a priority and to get out of endless wars just doesn't make any sense since the U. S. as in about a hundred ninety six countries and has military deployment so the idea that the these small footprint of American soldiers were sitting astride the circle see a crescent the main route from Tehran to Damascus at they will also controlling Assad's oil fields and that was huge leverage against Assad because you're running and managing you know they had to the bridge could grab a tank of full of world destined for for a side which eventually it actually ended up showing up and rescuing a sad because you're running out of energy and then you and you've also got the fact that the Russians had one point attack this same small continue seeing got beaten back so we know what their intentions are so from the Israeli point of view if the the American contingency is stopping the highway from Damascus from Tehran to Damascus delivering heavy equipment because I my understanding is that the Iranians have to fly in a lot of their equipment has learned the Israelis have struck the imported Damascus on a few occasions will this make it easier for a run to track in heavy equipment to his below I don't know if it'll make it easier but I can I what I think it will do is increase the number of incidents that will involve Israelis here the Israelis are not going to set aside of course and wait for the Iranians to act and the Russians and all the other non state actors that are there to do their thing Israel's going to do everything it can to push the Iranians away and that means more probably more more such incidents some of which they may not even acknowledge but I don't see any way that they're going to just sit quietly and allow the radiance can you their destructive activities and in Syria it's what what they're doing in Yemen has less to do with Israel what they're doing very much back Israel's national security so you asked about the Israeli security establishment and I think that they're in unison there's a consensus position in Israel so I don't I don't see any any real Canada the question is what can really looking at hang out to do is he going to oppose president trump he's put in a very difficult position err and I don't think he will so far he hasn't even though he's indicated his support for currents restated his support workers but so far he has not out we leap criticized that president trump but this decision is clearly one that strengthens aside it strengthens the Russians at new wards Iranians and rewards to one who's been incredibly.

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"The couch on the show today ambassador Daniel Shapiro will join me live from Israel he's going to give us the latest on the Israeli election which is confounding to me. all it takes is confusing here Israeli politics all their factions I have no idea what's happening is basically tied and what that means moving forward I don't know so we will ask the ambassador he knows the former US ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration he's gonna be here also later on congressman Denver wriggle man a Virginia who just has a fantastic name even if you oppose politics my goodness Denver recommend how good is that. and then joining me in just a moment here in studio up in New York will be Juan Williams reacting to a breaking news story that fox has been taking. on the news channel some of the other networks took it briefly as well a scandal up in Canada involving the prime minister of that country Justin Trudeau. and their election there general election their national election is coming up on October twenty first. so we're just about a month out. and we were joking is this a September surprise. which is kind of their version. for Justin Trudeau and his left wing party that is the ruling party up in Canada. it came out yesterday. that in two thousand one. when should I was an adult he was a teacher at a school is a drama teacher at an elite school in Canada she had dressed up in a costume as a Latin in full. black face I mean it is it is dark dark make up on his hands on his face completely and some people in the media are saying he used a substance that dark and his face like I don't know what we call that. in this country other than black face. so that became an issue. then another. instance I'm reading Trudeau admitted I did this also in high school another time when I believe in that case he was impersonating a black person SO two instances that a black face he said that set. and then a third one emerged. now you can make an argument about a dumb high school or doing something stupid although he's not an old guy I mean this is this is modern era stuff that we're talking about. I don't know what to say about. Trudeau as an adult in two thousand one in four black face. and the photos are everywhere. she is currently speaking in Winnipeg he held a press conference to issue an apology and take questions it's been a lengthy experience. I want to play a fuse a few sound bites and clips from what he's been saying that will bring one in starting with cut thirty eight this is the apology from the prime minister of Canada. what I did..

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"Took so much on our shoulders to be here today to celebrate with you today and we did it with a smile to do the same for us please you know one fellow teammates held the World Cup trophy aloft in new York's canyon of heroes the head of the U. S. federation Carlos CA Darryl meanwhile was drowned out by calls for equal pay from the crowd when his remarks in knowledge women deserve fair act will pay were pain on others have highlighted the inequity with men's soccer stocks gained ground today the Dow up seventy six points the nasdaq closed up sixty points this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd a New York City pastor is suing the department of homeland security and other federal agencies after winding up on a surveillance list of fifty nine immigrant rights activists and journalists who went to Mexico the Reverend kanji Doshi of the Park Avenue church clean she was interrogated at the border after canceling migrants in Tijuana in January and she says that that this violates her first amendment rights to the exercise of free religion and that migrants are now afraid to come to our church on the Upper East Side I have to have them turn off their phone my phone we have to make sure they're in another room and lord knows whether or not there's another whole layer of surveillance in the places where we meet we try to switch things up and go to different places government agencies say they don't comment on pending lawsuits the passenger jet that survived a bird strike and emergency landing on the Hudson River ten years ago it's going into storage while the museum where it is currently displayed seeks a new home the Carolinas aviation museum acquired the miracle on the Hudson plane back in twenty ten and for the last nine years it's been on display in a hangar at Charlotte Douglas International Airport the Charlotte observer newspaper says the museum is shutting down on Sunday to make room for a manufacturing plant museum officials say they hope to find a new space soon and re open by the year twenty twenty two and as you've just been hearing the U. S. women's national soccer team received the keys to the city today and a parade honoring their World Cup victory there when is bringing more attention to the women's lawsuit for equal pay with the men's team the US soccer federation is said the patient options for the two teams are different at today's event some of the crowd booed the federation's president when he spoke team co captain Meghan ripping out defended him in her speech every single day of the World Cup this man was there he was in the tunnel every single game he was celebrating every single game we appreciate that thank you the ticker tape parade was the second in New York City for the women's team at the win was their fourth Cup victory currently eighty five degrees over cast in Central Park at six of six support for NPR comes from the Doris Duke charitable foundation which supports the career pipeline for clinical research through the newly created physicians scientists fellowships and other programs learn more at D. D. C. F. dot org from NPR news this is All Things Considered Ahmadi Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro we're going to talk now with a man who has been central to the trump administration's effort at making peace between Israelis and Palestinians Jason green black is the president's special representative for international negotiations he's been working with trump's adviser and son in law Jared Kushner on a two part proposal a few weeks ago Greenblatt was in Bab rain with Kushner who height and economic plan for the region imagine a bustling commercial and tore center in Gaza and the west bank for international businesses come together and thrive imagine the west bank as a blossoming economy full of entrepreneurs engineers scientists and business leaders next comes a political plan a challenge that has frustrated administrations for decades chasing Greenblatt welcome to all things considered thank you for interviewing me I appreciate it I want to begin by asking when we will see your proposal for a political solution to major issues like the status of Jerusalem and the west bank do you expect it to come out by the end of this year say so we're winning that closely right now we obviously have the Israeli election in government coalition formation looming and the president has not made his decision yet we're protecting something very delicate we want to make sure that it succeeds we want to hear it at the right time and we will know the decision pretty soon now you help this conference in Bahrain were you invited international business people and others to discuss investment in the Palestinian territories Jared Kushner has said these investments would only come once there is a political solution instead of investing right now we're taking a step by step kind of confidence building approach I want to play something that David Makovsky of the Washington institute for Near East policy told me at the end of that conference in Bahrain which he attended here's part of it he said in our interview the trump administration Jared Kushner and his critics share a common view that when it comes to the Middle East it's either all or nothing and sadly though whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing can you respond about assessment that whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing we are aiming for a comprehensive solution in the interim solutions have been tried before I'm not saying we will hit the home run but at the moment we are aiming for the home run where we couple any kind of very impressive economic plan it'll be stapled to a political plan I think that that's an important point because I know that there's been a lot of criticism that we're trying to buy off the Palestinians that we're trying to bribe the Palestinians that there's no political plan all of that is completely untrue the economic plan that you've put forth offers financial investment for Palestinians and meanwhile the trumpet station has cut hundreds of millions of dollars in US aid money to the Palestinians in fact promotional materials for your plan use photographs of programs that have since been de funded do you have any intention of restoring any of that aid anything that might help inspire confidence in the Palestinian people that the US does sincerely want to help them if there's traction on the political engagement once we reveal the political plan then we will certainly look into restoring certain things and trying to improve lives along the way but at the moment where we have not only non engagement but actually boycotts undermining of all of our efforts insults hurled at the president it is not a wise use of US taxpayer money to keep feeding into a system where there is no positive momentum over the last couple of years the trump administration has developed a credibility problem with the Palestinians the US has sided with Israel's claim to Jerusalem recognized Israeli annexation of the Golan Heights you've said Israel has a right to keep some of the land it occupies in the west bank and on the Palestinian side you have closed the Palestinian diplomatic office in Washington and you often criticized Palestinian officials on Twitter but don't criticize Israeli officials a recent public opinion poll suggests ninety percent of Palestinians do not trust the trump administration what concrete steps can you take now to earn the Palestinians trust that's an intricate soon discuss with you for about an hour I'll do my best because you packed a lot into that first of all the Jerusalem announcement was grounded in US law from nineteen ninety five it's something the president trump promised during the campaign multiple times and it was the only presidential candidate to follow through with this bold courageous and historic decision if I may the trump administration has defended each of the policies that I've described cumulatively though they seem to have undermined Palestinian faith in the trump administration that's my question for you is what are you doing to rebuild that faith that confidence finally I won't defend each one on the show because it's we don't have enough time but what we don't need to restore confidence in the Palestinian people into the political plan is out there it's all about the political plan either the political plan will be acceptable to some degree to both sides enough to cause them to engage and want to reach the finish line ward won't we are not in the business of paying people to come to the table to negotiate something and then fail the real story here is what is in the political plan and will it allow people to reach a final status agreement that'll improve everybody's lives if it isn't then it'll be the same as everybody else so what I hear you saying is you don't see any value in building a relationship of trust and confidence to pave the way for success about political plan you think the political plan well either succeed or fail on its merits whatever happens leading up to its release we would love to have a relationship of trust and confidence which we do have with many many ordinary Palestinians but if the Palestinian leadership if they choose to cut us off to the detriment of their people and to the detriment of the possibility of peace that's their choice we aren't going to give them the so called carrots or you know goodies in order to buy them to come to the table because it's never worked before do you think the Palestinians deserve to have independence as Israelis have their independence we are doing our best to realize the aspirations and needs of both sides it is unrealistic to think that both sides will get everything that they want there will be hard compromises if we're gonna be able to succeed but we ask for everybody's patience and once the political plan is revealed we think the people realize we've done our best to address things like the question you just asked but that's a general answer to a specific question I'm am I to take it that you're not willing to say now that you do think Palestinians deserve their independence no I don't take it like that I would just say that you can summarize such an extraordinarily complex conflict with the word independence you can summarize the conflict with the words two state solution there are just too many layers to this conflict to allow one or three word phrase is to summarize the conflict I'd like to play you something that former US ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro no relation to me said on NPR a couple of weeks ago he was ambassador in the Obama administration he was talking about the leadership of Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas here's what he said I think the current leaders are probably not the leaders who are going to be able to achieve this agreement they have been through several rounds of failed negotiations they mistrust each other deeply they both faced very very challenging domestic political circumstances I think the goal of the trump administration or any US administration now and maybe in the near term should be not to try to achieve a two state solution but rather to try to keep that option alive for later do you think is right that these are not the leaders who will be able to achieve peace no I don't regret I agree with much of what he said I don't agree with that point I think that prime minister Netanyahu is a leader who can get this done I also think the present Abbas is a strong leader with a lot of respect from his people and if he's willing to re engage and if he's willing to look at the plan with an open mind as prime minister Netanyahu said he would he also has the strength to get through this but he has not turned himself any favors by continuing to disconnect from the US Jason green black thank you for joining us today thank you so much he is an assistant to the president and has been leading the trump administration's efforts on a peace plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

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"Challenge that has frustrated administrations for decades chasing Greenblatt welcome to all things considered thank you for interviewing me I appreciate it I want to begin by asking when we will see your proposal for a political solution to major issues like the status of Jerusalem and the west bank do you expect it to come out by the end of this year if say so we're winning that closely right now we obviously have the Israeli election in government coalition formation looming and the president has not made his decision yet we're protecting something very delicate we want to make sure that it succeeds we want to hear it at the right time and we will know the decision pretty soon now you help this conference in Bahrain were you invited international business people and others to discuss investment in the Palestinian territories Jared Kushner has said these investments would only come once there is a political solution instead of investing right now we're taking a step by step kind of confidence building approach I want to play something that David Makovsky of the Washington institute for Near East policy told me at the end of that conference and Bach rain which he attended here's part of what he said in our interview the trump administration Jared Kushner and its critics share a common view that when it comes to the Middle East it's either all or nothing and sadly though whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing can you respond about assessment that whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing we are aiming for a comprehensive solution the interim solutions have been tried before I'm not saying we will hit the home run but at the moment we are aiming for the home run where we couple any cook a very impressive economic plan it'll be stapled to a political plan I think that that's an important point because I know that there's been a lot of criticism that we're trying to buy off the Palestinians that we're trying to bribe the Palestinians that there's no political plan all of that is completely untrue the economic plan that you've put forth offers financial investment for Palestinians and meanwhile the trumpet destruction has cut hundreds of millions of dollars in US aid money to the Palestinians in fact promotional materials for your plan use photographs of programs that have since been de funded do you have any intention of restoring any of that aid anything that might help inspire confidence in the Palestinian people that the US does sincerely want to help them if there's traction on the political engagement once we reveal the political plans then we will certainly look into restoring certain things and trying to improve lives along the way but at the moment where we have not only non engagement but actually boycotts undermining of all of our efforts insults hurled at the president it is not a wise use of US taxpayer money to keep feeding into a system where there is no positive momentum over the last couple of years the trump administration has developed a credibility problem with the Palestinians the U. S. has sided with Israel's claim to Jerusalem recognized Israeli annexation of the Golan Heights you've said Israel keep some of the land it occupies in the west bank and on the Palestinian side you have closed the Palestinian diplomat in Washington and you often criticized Palestinian officials on Twitter but don't criticize Israeli officials a recent public opinion poll suggests ninety percent of Palestinians do not trust the trump administration what concrete steps can you take now to earn the Palestinians trust in that sense it soon discuss with you for about an hour I'll do my best because you packed a lot into that first of all the Jerusalem announcement was grounded in US law from two ninety five it's something the president trump promised during the campaign multiple times and it was the only presidential candidate to follow through with this bold courageous and historic decision if I may the trump administration has defended each of the policies that I've described cumulatively though they seem to have undermined Palestinian faith in the trump administration that's my question for you is what are you doing to rebuild that faith that confidence fine I I won't defend each one on the show because it's we don't have enough time but what we don't need to restore confidence in the Palestinian people into the political plan is out there it's all about the political plan either the political plan will be acceptable to some degree to both sides enough to cause them to engage and want to reach the finish line ward walked we are not in the business of paying people to come to the table to negotiate something and then fail the real story here is what is in the political plan and will it allow people to reach a final status agreement that'll improve everybody's lives if it isn't then it'll be the same as everybody else so what I hear you saying is you don't see any value in building a relationship of trust and confidence to pave the way for success about political plan you think the political plan will either succeed or fail on its merits whatever happens leading up to its release we would love to have a relationship of trust and confidence which we do have with many many ordinary Palestinians but if the Palestinian leadership then they choose to cut us off to the detriment of their people and to the detriment of the possibility of peace that's their choice we aren't going to give them the so called carrots or you know goodies in order to buy them to come to the table because it's never worked before do you think the Palestinians deserve to have independence as Israelis have their independence we are doing our best to realize the aspirations and needs of both sides it is unrealistic to think that both sides will get everything that they want there will be hard compromises if we're gonna be able to succeed but we ask for everybody's patience and once the political plan is revealed we think the people realize we've done our best to address things like the question you just asked that's a general answer to a specific question I'm am I to take it that you're not willing to say now that you do think Palestinians deserve their independence no I don't take it like that I would just say that you can summarize such an extraordinarily complex conflict with the word independence you can summarize the conflict with the words two state solution there are just too many layers to this conflict to allow one or three word phrase is to summarize the conflict I'd like to play you something that former US ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro no relation to me said on NPR a couple of weeks ago he was ambassador in the Obama administration he was talking about the leadership of Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas here's what he said I think the current leaders are probably not the leaders who are going to be able to achieve this agreement they have been through several rounds of failed negotiations they missed trust each other deeply they both faced very very challenging domestic political circumstances I think the goal of the trump administration or any U. S. administration now and maybe in the near term should be not to try to achieve a two state solution but rather to try to keep that option alive for later do you think is right that these are not the leaders who will be able to achieve peace no I don't agree that I agree with much of what he said I don't agree with that point I think that prime minister Netanyahu he is a leader who can get this done I also think the present a box is a strong leader with a lot of respect from his people and if he's willing to re engage and if he's willing to look at the plan with an open mind as prime minister Netanyahu said he would he also has the strength to get through this but he has not turned himself any favors by continuing to disconnect from the US Jason green black thank you for joining us today thank you so much he is an assistant to the president and has been leading the trump administration's efforts on a peace plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

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"Business leaders next comes a political plan a challenge that has frustrated administrations for decades Jason green but welcome to all things considered thank you for interviewing me I appreciate it I want to begin by asking when we will see your proposal for a political solution to major issues like the status of Jerusalem and the west bank do you expect it to come out by the end of this year say so we're winning that closely right now we obviously have the Israeli election in government coalition formation looming and the president has not made his decision yet we're protecting something very delicate we want to make sure that it succeeds we want to hear it at the right timing and we will know the decision pretty soon now you help this conference in Bahrain were you invited international business people and others to discuss investment in the Palestinian territories Jared Kushner has said these investments would only come once there is a political solution instead of investing right now we're taking a step by step kind of confidence building approach I want to play something that David Makovsky of the Washington institute for Near East policy told me at the end of that conference in Bahrain which he attended here's part of it he said in our interview the trump administration Jared Kushner and his critics share a common view that when it comes to the Middle East it's either all or nothing and sadly though whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing can you respond about assessment that whenever it's all or nothing it's nothing we are aiming for a comprehensive solution the interim solutions have been tried before I'm not saying we will hit the home run but at the moment we are aiming for the home run where we couple any kind of very impressive economic plan it'll be stable to a political plan I think that that's an important point because I know that there's been a lot of criticism that we're trying to buy off the Palestinians that we're trying to bribe the Palestinians that there's no political plan all of that is completely untrue the economic plan that you've put forth offers financial investment for Palestinians and meanwhile the trump administration has cut hundreds of millions of dollars in US aid money to the Palestinians in fact promotional materials for your plan use photographs of programs that have since been de funded do you have any intention of restoring any of that aid anything that might help inspire confidence in the Palestinian people that the US does sincerely want to help them if there's traction on the political engagement once we reveal the political plans then we will certainly look into restoring certain things and trying to improve lives along the way but at the moment where we have not only non engagement but actually boycotts undermining of all of our efforts insults hurled at the president it is not a wise use of US taxpayer money to keep feeding into a system where there is no positive momentum over the last couple of years the trump administration has developed a credibility problem with the Palestinians the U. S. decided with Israel's claim to Jerusalem recognized Israeli annexation of the Golan Heights you've said Israel has a right to keep some of the land it occupies in the west bank and on the Palestinian side you have closed the Palestinian diplomatic office in Washington and you often criticized Palestinian officials on Twitter but don't criticize Israeli officials a recent public opinion poll suggests ninety percent of Palestinians do not trust the trump administration what concrete steps can you take now to earn the Palestinians trust that's an intricate soon discuss with you for about an hour I'll do my best because you packed a lot into that first of all the Jerusalem announcement was grounded in US law from nineteen ninety five it's something the president trump promised during the campaign multiple times and it was the only presidential candidate to follow through with this bold courageous an historic decision if I may the trump administration has defended each of the policies that I've described cumulatively though they seem to have undermined Palestinian faith in the trump administration that's my question for you is what are you doing to rebuild that faith that confidence find I. I won't defend each one on the show because it's we don't have enough time but what we don't need to restore confidence in the Palestinian people into the political plan is out there it's all about the political plan either the political plan will be acceptable to some degree to both sides enough to cause them to engage and want to reach the finish line ward won't we are not in the business of paying people to come to the table to negotiate something and then fail the real story here is what is in the political plan and will it allow people to reach a final status agreement that'll improve everybody's lives if it isn't then it'll be the same as everybody else so what I hear you saying is you don't see any value in building a relationship of trust and confidence to pave the way for success about political plan you think a political plan will either succeed or fail on its merits whatever happens leading up to its release we would love to have a relationship of trust and confidence which we do have with many many ordinary Palestinians but if the Palestinian leadership then they choose to cut us off to the detriment of their people and to the detriment of the possibility of peace that's their choice we aren't going to give them the so called carrot sores you know goodies in order to buy them to come to the table because it's never worked before do you think the Palestinians deserve to have independence as Israelis have their independence we are doing our best to realize the aspirations and needs of both sides it is unrealistic to think that both sides will get everything that they want there will be hard compromises if we're gonna be able to succeed but we ask for everybody's patience and once the political plan is revealed we think the people realize we've done our best to address things like the question you just asked about that's a general answer to a specific question I'm am I to take it that you're not willing to say now that you do think Palestinians deserve their independence no I don't take it like that I would just say that you can summarize such an extraordinarily complex conflict with the word independence you can summarize the conflict with the words two state solution there are just too many layers to this conflict to allow one or three word phrase is to summarize the conflict I'd like to play you something that former US ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro no relation to me said on NPR a couple of weeks ago he was ambassador in the Obama administration he was talking about the leadership of Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas here's what he said I think the current leaders are probably not the leaders who are going to be able to achieve this agreement they have been through several rounds of failed negotiations they mistrust each other deeply they both faced very very challenging domestic political circumstances I think the goal of the trump administration or any U. S. administration now and maybe in the near term should be not to try to achieve a two state solution but rather to try to keep that option alive for later do you think is right that these are not the leaders who will be able to achieve peace no I don't agree that I agree with much of what he said I don't agree with that point I think that prime minister Netanyahu he is a leader who can get this done I also think the present Abbas is a strong leader with a lot of respect from his people and if he's willing to re engage and if he's willing to look at the plan with an open mind as prime minister Netanyahu said he would he also has the strength to get through this but he has not turned himself any favors by continuing to disconnect from the US Jason green glass thank you for joining us today thank you so much he is an assistant to the president and has been leading the trump administration's efforts on a peace plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Text, Trump gold. Two two four nine seven seven six. A former US ambassador Israel cast out on a US-backed, Israel Palestinian peace. Plan the latest from the media lines. Charles people's air v political components of president Donald Trump's much anticipated Disraeli Palestinian peace. Plan is in jeopardy is being shelved, perhaps permanently the media line spoke about the impasse with Daniel Shapiro, former US ambassador to Israel during the Obama administration, we've all been waiting now for over two years for Jared Kushner and Jason glad to present the plan. Now it looks like they will lay still further because of the new Israeli elections, but there have been many indication that suggest that they don't really envision what we have come to understand, to be a two-state solution envisioned something else, which would be limited areas of Palestinian autonomy surrounded by rarely control, perhaps, even annexed Israeli settlements in the West Bank. I'm Charles Bebo zehr. Townhall news Jerusalem. This is townhall dot com. No more Natella French workers at threatening as much bringing the world's biggest Mattel factory to near standstill and a pay showdown. Tensions off high at the moment, he site where activists from the workers union, that'd be barring trucks from entering or leaving the factory a week, the plant produces a cycling, six hundred thousand jobs of the prize chocolates, and hazelnut spread every day of cool to of the wills production, Onofre hero, who threatened fines because involved in the blockade. But that hasn't deterred, the unions. We nearly half of the factories work because taking part in a Woolcott to demand. Full point five percent salary increases one time, one thousand dollar bonuses and better working conditions. One activist says it's war in their anger is mounting. I'm Belsen with as well rested, Tacitus has made a slight favorite over the hardworking war of will and Belmont there. Lots of ads out there.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Three five six. A former US ambassador Israel cast out on a US backed Israel Palestinian peace plan, blades from the media lines. Charles people's air v political components of president Donald Trump's much anticipated as really Palestinian peace. Plan is in jeopardy of being shelved, perhaps permanently the media light spoke about the impasse with Daniel Shapiro, former US ambassador to Israel during the Obama administration we've all been waiting now for over two years for Jared Kushner, Jason glad to present the plan. Now it looks like they will lay still further because of the new Israeli elections, but there have been many indication that suggest that they don't really envision what we have come to understand to be a two-state solution. Envision something else, which would be limited areas of Palestinian autonomy surrounded by rarely control, perhaps, even antics, Disraeli settlements in the West Bank. I'm Charles Bebo zehr. Townhall news Jerusalem. This is townhall dot com. No more Natella French workers threatening as much bringing the world's biggest Mattel factory to near standstill and a pay showdown off high at the normal decide where activists from the workers union been barring trucks from entering or leaving the factory for a week. The plant produces a cycling, six hundred thousand dollars of the prize chocolates, and hazelnut spread every day of cool to of the wills production, Ferreiro Trittin, fines for workers involved in the blockade. But that hasn't deterred, the unions. We nearly half of the factories workers taking part in a walkout to demand. Full point five percent, salary increases one time, one thousand dollar bonuses and better working conditions one activist says it's war in there under his mounting, I'm Felsen. Well rested, Tacitus has made a slight favorite over the hardworking war of will and.

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"daniel shapiro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"daniel shapiro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"US ambassador to Israel cast out on the US Bank, Israel Palestinian peace plan, the latest from media lines. Charles zehr components of president Donald Trump's much anticipated Disraeli Palestinian peace. Plan is in jeopardy of being shelved, perhaps permanently the media line spoke about the impasse with Daniel Shapiro, former US ambassador to Israel during the Obama administration. We've all been waiting now for over two years for Kushner and Jason sprinkler to present the plan now it looks like they will it still further because of the new Israel elections, but there have been many indication that suggest that they don't really envision what we have come to understand to be a two state solution. They envisioned something else, which would be limited areas of Palestinian autonomy surrounded by rarely control, perhaps even anecdote Israeli settlements in the West Bank. I'm Charles zehr. Townhall news Jerusalem news analysis that the media line dot organ, townhall dot com. Walmart is extending its free college benefits to high-schoolers as its forced to compete with other major employers in a competitive job market. The retailer says it will offer free college SAT and ACT prep for its workers that are still in high school New York would be the first state to ban the decline of cats under legislation heading to a vote in the state legislature collect Caruso, with animal protective foundation. It's a pit adoption clarity in upstate New York says cats need their claws for their mental health. In there that when they do this with your nails and let's out and endorphin that is for them also March territory. So it gives them the security, the they know that they're in their.

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