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"ambassador haley" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"ambassador haley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Said, you know, maybe at the end of the year the end of the two year period, but the end of the year, I want to take a little time off. He's been a very successful. You know, governor of South Carolina. Eight years. And then she she did this, and this is possibly even more intense. What's going on in the world very dangerous and a lot of things, but she's done a fantastic job. And we've done a fantastic job together. We've solved a lot of problems that we're in the process of solving problems at the beginning North Korea was a massive problem. We're moving along. Along really nicely. People don't realize is the very grueling job. It's it's filled with stress, it's a very very difficult job dealing with these third world brutal tin horn dictators and with the superpowers of the world on the Security Council. She has done it. You know, I think better than than most at a time. When at one point she wasn't never-trumper. She did not like the president. She didn't support him to be the president. But over time they have come to respect and admire one another. And now, maybe again, she's you might recall when that anonymous editorial was written. She did a the thought it was her and she wrote a counter editorial saying, no, no, I I speak up my my speak my mind to the president. Now, I don't always agree on everything. She was very complimentary of the president yesterday at this mutual press conference Franken, which she discounted immediately, volunteer I'm not running for anything at twenty twenty. I'll be supporting this man pointing to the President Trump. Well, if there was any bad blood between the president and Nikki Haley, they wouldn't have been sitting together yesterday. I mean, does she would've been gone? She wouldn't be staying on till the end of the year, she'd be long gone and the president would not be sitting there with her. And especially if there was some kind of dissension between the two, and she indicated that she has indicated no intentions of running in twenty twenty. She said, you know, basically, her whole effort is going to be to make sure that Donald Trump gets reelected now from the very beginning when she was named. She even indicated to President Trump that she might want to take some time off after a while at the job because she had been the governor of South Carolina for a number of years, and then took on this very stressful and taxing job, and it's it's probably more personal than than than anything else. Of course, the media is trying somehow another to make it appear that there's more chaos and more dissension in the white led by the Democrats Bob Menendez and others but ambassador Haley did point this out yesterday. You had a chance to talk about her accomplishments. And this is this is where you get to dictate to the media. What the coverage is about what has happened.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Opposed to after the midterms Nikki is going to be staying till the end of the till the end of the year, which will be just about two years. And I just think and I was just says Nikki was speaking. I was thinking. When we came into office. Was almost inevitable in the minds of many that we were going to war with North Korea. Have you ask President Obama? I'm sure he'll tell you that that was by far has biggest problem when we sat and met right here. But that looked like a real problem. Iran looked like a real problem. It was a question of when would they take over the Middle East prior to my coming here? And now Iran is fighting for their lives. They've got riots at all their cities, it's blowing up their inflation. Their economy is in tatters, and at some point they'll probably come and want to make a real deal not to deal, but they made the ridiculous deal that they made that was unacceptable to me. And so we'll see what happens, but what a difference between Iran when we first game. I'd like to say the day before we came. And also if you look at North Korea. I mean, there was a deal that was something that was. It was a devastating potentially devastating problem. And now the relationships are very good secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, just left had a great meeting. Also was in China also spoke to many of the Asian leaders or went there and had some good meetings. But had a really very good meeting with North Korea. And German Kim. And we've just met a lot of progress on so many other fronts also, and I think the world is Nikki said the world is really respecting the United States again, much more. So than they have in many, many decades, we are respected again that I can tell you very much respected again and people want to be on our side. Even if you look at the votes in the United States votes that we would normally get no votes, we're getting very strong votes now. So I just wanna thank Nikki. And I thought this would be an appropriate way of doing it. Because when you write it out on a piece of paper that, you know, ambassador Haley, we'll be leaving. And you say nice things people say, well what's going on? This is the right way to do. And when you really think somebody's done a terrific job. I felt this was an appropriate way of doing.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"During the Cavanaugh hearings. But if you've been busy at work or school or parenting. Or in doctor visits. Having tests done all day in medical procedures. Whatever the occasion for you to come up for air and want to know what's going on in the political world. The biggest story today. Was that the ambassador to the United Nations? Nikki Haley, the former governor of north of South Carolina, excuse me, former governor of South Carolina and. A star in the Trump administration announced that she would be resigning as the ambassador to the United States. It's not immediate which means it's probably not related to some sort of a scandal. It's not waiting on the next shoe to drop in the next day or two you never know. But it sure doesn't seem like that. So at what was supposed to be ten thirty eastern this morning. It ended up being about thirty five forty minutes late. And I don't know why that is Trump's usually relatively on time. But don't read anything into that this morning, President Trump and ambassador Haley sat down and did a press conference, the president did most of the talking and these were among his opening remarks which were very complimentary as would be expected toward Nikki Haley, very.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Through in the president ambassador. Michael McFaul served as US ambassador to Russia from January twenty twelve to February twenty fourteen I'm surprised by it. I didn't expect it usually embassador the United Nations served four years terms and that they decided to do this. Announcement before the midterms even though she said she's going to serve the end of the year. I think the timing is very strange, and I listened to her announcement sitting chatting with the president's very jovially. But I think there must be much bigger causes at play here. And I look forward to learning more about what happened. What would you say were some moments that stood out for her, and maybe some places where she had some challenges well to me embassador Haley, whether it's moderates or not that will depend on your perspective. But I saw her as a pretty conventional thinker and voice for American national security interests she valued alliances. She wanted to push back on some, you know, Iran and North Korea, she talked democracy and human rights on Russia. She was a strong voice pushing back on Russia, and in a different administration that would seem very normal and nothing particular about that. In the Trump administration. It seemed extraordinary because the president had so many different views on those things particularly with respect to working with our allies and particularly with respect to Russia, and particularly with respect to democracy and human rights where they were oftentimes at odds on those sets of issues. So I see here as representing a lot of continuity in American foreign policy, but serving a president that does not even mentioned that ambassador. Haley had been outspoken on human rights. Compared to others in the administration. But she's also defended President Trump multiple times, perhaps most notably when he was laughed at during his UN speech. I'm wondering if you know anything about their relationship the relationship between ambassador Haley and President Trump. Well, of course, she did. And that's what any Basler serving the president should do. But let's be clear. She's resigning. Maybe that says something about how she really felt about the president and the policy, and, you know, the in the press conference, I it was very strange. I thought all the praiseworthy language back and forth. I think over time we'll probably learned that there was much more. I mean, you know, oftentimes their word disagreements both about the substance and about the style of conducting American foreign policy, and if there wasn't why is she resigning now, it makes absolutely no sense to me. Otherwise. Well, those cordial words are actually interesting given a 2016 tweet from the president where he says the people of South Carolina are embarrassed by Nikki Haley. Well, that's right. I'm an expert on foreign policy, not American electoral politics. But I just find the timing to be extremely bizarre number one. And number two. I just think it means that shift away from what I think is more kind of sensible middle of the road foreign policy where we've had consensus about working with our allies and talking about our values and ambassador Haley, I think reflected that consensus in at a time when the president doesn't, and I worry we're going to veer even further away from what I think are important things to stand up for ambassador. Michael McFaul served as US ambassador to Russia from January twenty twelve to February twenty fourteen ambassador. Thank you for being with us. Sure. Thanks for having me. On friday. Chicago jury found Jason Van Dyke guilty of second degree murder. Van Dyke was the white Chicago police officer who fatally shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald who was black sixteen times for activists. This was an overdue victory. Just a small percentage of fatal police shootings in the United States. Resulted in arrests are charges against police officers. Criminologists Phil Stinson. Explain this on our show in August between nine hundred and one thousand times each and every year in on-duty police officer shoots and kills someone at agencies all across the country, and by my count ninety three officers have been charged with murder manslaughter, resulting from an on duty shooting since two thousand and five. So it's it's very rare that an officer charged it all even more rare. That in officers convicted. Then.
Proposal on Palestinians heads to UN Security Council
"From npr news in washington i'm david mattingly hiring in the us picked up last month the labor department says employers added two hundred twenty three thousand jobs in may unemployment declined to an eighteen year low president trump says he's considering at least two more pardons one for lifestyle celebrity martha stewart and another former illinois democratic governor rod blagojevich he serving fourteen years in prison for corruption yesterday trump pardon conservative commentator dench desouza who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations desouza was asked what trump said to him about the pardon i've been looking at the case i knew from the beginning that it was fishy but he on reviewing it he felt a great injustice had been done and that using his power he was going to rectify it sort of clear the slate desouza was speaking to fox news the us is planning to veto a resolution expected to go before the un security council calling for the protection of palestinian civilians as linda fassulo reports us ambassador nikki haley calls that proposal onesided and morally bankrupt ambassador haley strongly criticized the draft resolution stressing that it makes no mention of hamas it calls on the security council to consider measures to guarantee the safety of palestinian civilians earlier this week hamas militants fired more than two hundred rockets and mortars into israel i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york hurricane season starts today and puerto rican officials say the island's power greatest far from ready the us government has put nearly four billion dollars towards repairing the electric network since it was destroyed by hurricanes irma and maria last fall but associated press reporter michael weissensteiner says they're not ready for another one a storm of category one or two it's puerto rico with anything close to your maria i think we're looking at another blackout for certainly days possibly weeks or months the federal emergency management agency says it will install hundreds of emergency generators on the island to keep hospitals and water pumps powered in case of a blackout today is the.
Trump Says He’s Considering Pardon for Martha Stewart, Commuting Rod Blagojevich’s Sentence
"Coverage this afternoon at four thirty six thirty pm and tonight at eleven news headlines from npr and also coming up penny nelson we'll have the morning version the friday morning version of the california report that's all ahead for you on k q e d it's five forty two now from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly hiring in the us picked up last month the labor department says employers added two hundred twenty three thousand jobs in may unemployment declined to an eighteen year low president trump says he's considering at least two more pardons one for lifestyle celebrity martha stewart and another former illinois democratic governor rod blagojevich he serving fourteen years in prison for corruption yesterday trump pardon conservative commentator deneche desouza who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations desouza was asked what trump said to him about the pardon i've been looking at the case i knew from the beginning that it was fishy but he said upon reviewing it he felt a great injustice had been done and using his power he was going to rectify it sort of clear the slate to sousa was speaking to fox news the us is planning to veto a resolution expected to go before the un security council calling for the protection of palestinian civilians as linda fassulo reports us ambassador nikki haley calls that proposal onesided and morally bankrupt ambassador haley strongly criticized the draft resolution stressing that it makes no mention of hamas it calls on the security council to consider measures to guarantee the safety of palestinian civilians earlier this week hamas militants fired more than two hundred rockets and mortars into israel i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for k q e d on friday morning comes from finnity from comcast xfinity internet delivers.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"And this is something which is actually very interesting not only did ambassador haley of course go out and do this having clearly spoken to maybe even secretary mnuchin directly right but i mean that was clear sam it is also when it comes to russia vicky haley has taken a very strong stand and she has been very firm and she has done so completely opposite to the president of the united states more than once here's some examples we cannot trust russia we should never trust russia we want to be able to get along with russia getting low with russia's a good thing not a bad thing everybody knows that russia meddled in our elections could be rochat but it could also be china could also be lots of other people also could be somebody's sitting on that bid that weighs four hundred pounds okay not on the same page no and nikki haley has not been wilting flower on russia much like mike pompeo it's interesting both pompeo and haley have been further out in front on russia then the president since they've both been in their respective positions both have not been fired whereas we've seen for example secretary tillerson who had several differences of opinion with president trump for example on north korea he was given the boot so for some reason they seemed to have more job security and it'll be interesting to see how ambassador healy proceeds at the un on potentially multilateralize sanctions based upon the fact by the way on friday night president trump actually said as we announce a serious strikes that we we would be putting more financial pressure on syria and its backers so he contradicted himself when he rolled back these sanctions and she was left out to dry either i'm curious chairman tonight you know nikki haley said she was sort of walking through the halls of the un and someone yelled at her what your relationship with the president and she said it was.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Now the president told reporters at five locations are under consideration for his upcoming meeting with kim jong hoon one other nagging concern for the president has resurfaced today that is all of the questions regarding his tax records the white house announced today that the president is filing for an extension to file as 2017 tax returns of course this president has refused to release his returns to the public the first in decades to do so and the white house is not giving any indication whether the president will keep his 2017 returns a secret wolf it seems like we're never going to see those tax returns well we shall see maybe one of these days we will who knows our thanks very much jim acosta for that joining us now democratic congressman eric swell of california he's a member of both the intelligence and judiciary committee's congressman thanks very much for joining us i quickly want to begin with the president sudden reversal on russian sanctions the white house is now blaming un ambassador nikki haley for supposedly quote getting ahead of the curve on the issue when she said on sunday they would be announced on monday by the treasury department why can't this administration speak with one voice when it comes to policy toward russia ambassador haley has it right wolf the president needs to tell the country what is the strategy with russia i propose that strategy should be that we counter their aggression and the united states and abroad and to achieve that he has to finally have the spine to directly confront vladimir putin to ratchet up the sanctions to get our allies on board so that they can impose hurtful sanctions particularly against the oligarchs who are benefiting from what putin is doing and also to unify the country so that in the investigations we do hear about what russia did we show russia and other countries that we're never going to tolerate this he can still do that but right now we're in this does putin love me does putin love me not saga where one day he's tough on putin and the next day he's admiring him as a leader and that doesn't help us at all.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Keep now the wrong side of history actually also included the vice president's new national security adviser and nikki haley chiefofstaff that he was going to wear two hats that got kabosh what's the story there on thursday when josh rogin reported in the washington post that after a long search vice president pence had a national security advisor john learner lot of dc people know from past campaign and he's been working with nikki haley as the us ambassador to the un they were surprised because john learner was a part of some never trump efforts the president seems to have a pretty long memory about some of these things in fact the president hit the roof about this he told the white house chief of staff john kelly that he needed to get rid of order you need to stop this from happening even know who's kinda surprising unusual have these relationships where he was still going to work with ambassador haley the vice president's staff heard what was going on the vice president called president trump in the oval office called from peru where he was filling in for the president at a summit and he talking out of it as jonathan swan broke the story and had all this reporting in his st pete newsletter the other day is is our jonathan swan said he talked him around on this and and they're it was until it blew up and sneak peek yesterday afternoon i hit the servers around five pm within five hours stephen from the vice president's office saying john had with guan we're told the president was still hot and bothered about this it wasn't going to feed is an issue the white house decided that the description of this the heartburn the negative publicity wasn't worth it so it's my headline enacting am says this morning to take away the it matters is never strut never trump still matters to trump that's all it has to matter to the never trump book is as big as the book of mike allen prediction so in the book of mike allen addictions who's going to be the vice president's national security adviser the vice president had a hard enough time finding this when he finally found the halftime one there's one thing about this white house they don't tend to have a wall pipeline for their job so it may be able to walk and then a final note what this.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Think that on the middle east uh that and here i i part with part company with a lot of my fellow democrats as little regard as i have for the president and it's obvious that i do i do think that the message sending that has been done in the middle east has been helpful that is to say i know that there are uh school there's squawks and the rest of the move of the embassy to jerusalem uh about uh the threats to cut off aid to the palestinian uh relief agency if there continues to be in transit is on the part of the palestinians i actually happen to think that that can be a useful set of messages to a group of folks who have uh dined out on intransigence for decades now uh i find it uncomfortable as you and i have discussed privately uh you know praising the president's move on anything but on this i do think that it is the right thing to have done did you would agree that his representatives to the united nations has represented our interests more effectively in the press that have nikki haley than samantha powers' did particularly visavis the middle east i think that that uh four ambassador haley uh it has been a real triumph that is to say she has come back over and over and over again to expressing certain american values uh that have been under expressed uh over those prior eight years you know i as you know i've written columns that were very critical of president obama when it came to uh the middle east even though i voted for him uh twice and would sell my grandmother tomasz to have him return uh as president nevertheless i was your grandmother to hamas side i wouldn't that a longterm lease maybe by grandmother god bless her would go willingly uh i think uh but i i i i agree with you i mean i think that dickey haley has been a breath of fresh air at the un the president's posture this presidents posture in the middle east which is obviously decidedly pro israel compared to what president obama's posture was which was i thought anti israel although some would disagree with me on that do you think that that might have.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"They they were intended but also that that they help us in the fight against terror that they support human rights i question whether with the country like pakistan which spans billions of dollars under nuclear weapons program which they probably think they need and they probably don't do we really need to send them a billion dollars a year for security if we're doing it so they will support us in afghanistan they've done a horrible job of supporting us in afghanistan and because of their fecklessness with the county network and the taliban and others because the taliban exist unmolested in the northwest region of pakistan because of that american soldiers have died and so i i think it is laudable that the president says two two to our ally pakistan or any other ally or suppose it allied that look we will help you but we have expectations and stand our expectations are not unreasonable they have to do with security safety human rights countering the terror threat that plagues the world these are not unrealistic expectations and conditions to place on the dollar's that we funnel all around the world kelly on facebook says i'm praying for the people of iran folks i think that would be inappropriate posture for all of us today is the iranian people at great risk to themselves stand up for the fundamental human rights that are really a godgiven rights that are dares inalienable they're not the gift of governments as ambassador haley so eloquently said i think praying for the people arana's appropriate today a gale on facebook says does any country send the united states money of course not we are the most generous country in the world and so many times folks so many times in these nations not only is the money not spent as it's intended but the gratitude for that maybe isn't reciprocated i think it's appropriate to reevaluate that there is of course no constitutional or international law right to the united states funding week it to spend it when and where we choose and in the interests of the united states now.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's been a contentious couple of weeks for the united states with the united nations being criticized for recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel and now the us says it will be contributing far less to the united nations budget word from the office of ambassador nikki haley tonight is that the us is reducing its contribution by two hundred eighty five thousand dollars of the un is fully backing us sanctions on north korea united nations security council again tightened the noose around north korea a ussponsored resolution in response to the rogue nations launch last month of an intercontinental ballistic missile passed unanimously the latest move follows one in september they've capped north korean imports of refined petroleum two million barrels a year you at action reduce goes imports to five hundred thousand barrels of crude oil imports are also reduced to a maximum of four million barrels a year there was also a ban on the export of heavy equipment agricultural products and electrical supplies fox's david lee miller north korea claims the sanctions are acts of war five people are dead after a small plane crash in florida and your bartell outside tampa polk county sheriff rating john one of our helicopter pilots was the hunger horror the plane starting to take off and thought to myself my gosh i can't believe someone's trying to take off in this weather and all the old electric bill can certainly get high during winter time especially if you have electric heater you've got a little carried away with the christmas lights griswold style but that shouldn't have been the case with mary horror manzke of iri pennsylvania she couldn't believe her eyes when she saw the recent bill from penny lacked it sets your them exactly two hundred eighty four billion four hundred sixty million dollars for november with a minimum payment of twenty brand do right away utility said there was the wrong way newsradio before the rest.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The first from a listener identified as john who asks did the united nations have significant involvement in the creation of israel is a nation of nineteen 48 what were their thoughts on a cap will back them whether you and had a huge role as the post world war one british control over palestine is scheduled to end nineteen 48 the un debated the future of the region and eventually did adopt of what was called the partition resolution in nineteen fortyseven which divided palestine into jewish and palestinian states and put jerusalem under international control to be administered by the un but that didn't last long what happened though as soon as the state of israel was declared five arab armies attacked jewish settlements in the region israel fought back and captured the western part of jerusalem then at a later war the sixday war 1960 seven israel took all of the city and east jerusalem is now considered occupied territory by the arabs who also claim the city as their capital and the united states have not recognised as israel's capital up to now which leads to our next question my name is brad isaac's from jackson tennissee my question is in a sunday morning tv interview embassador nikki haley said all us politicians were for recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital but the camp be that simple are we would have already done it most politicians of both parties clearly dan for more restraint at least up till now tells more about why cookie what would ambassador haley actually said was that presidential candidates of both parties have supported the idea of jerusalem is the capital of israel and she is absolutely right about that is not only uh said that jerusalem is the capital they've castigated their predescessor for not acting on the promise once they're in office and then wants to canada gets elected he also fails to recognize jerusalem officially by moving the us embassy there though there is a law on the books requiring them to do so that's the restraint the listeners referring to presidents have worried that such a provocative move would have all kinds of negative effects from boosting russian influence among the arabs to killing the peace process to in instigating violence and certainly we've seen some of that in recent days so what is normally happened is congress passed this law to declare the capital presidents have signed this waiver not to.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of course you join us every week's tech listeners questions the first from a listener identified as john who asks did the united nations have significant involvement in the creation of israel is a nation and 19 48 what were their thoughts on a capital back them while the un had a huge role as the post world war one british control over palestine was scheduled to end in nineteen 48 the un debated the future of the region and eventually did adoptive what was called the partition resolution in nineteen fortyseven which divided palestine into jewish and palestinian states and put jerusalem under international control to be administered by the un but that didn't last long what happened well as soon as the state of israel was declared five arab armies attacked jewish settlements in the region israel fought back and captured the western part of jerusalem then at a later war the sixday war 1960 sixty seven israel took all of the city and east jerusalem is now considered occupied territory by the arabs who also claimed the city as their capital and the united states had not recognised it as israel's capital up to now which leads to our next question my name is brad isaac's from jackson tennissee my question is in a sunday morning tv interview ambassador nikki haley said all us politicians were for recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital but the camp pti that simple are we would have already done it most politicians of both parties have clearly been for more restraint at least up till now tells more about why cokie roberts ambassador haley actually said was that presidential candidates of both parties have supported the idea of jerusalem is the capital of israel and she is absolutely right about that is not only uh said the jerusalem is the capital they've castigated their predescessor for not acting on the promised once they're in office and then wants to canada get select did he also fails to recognize jerusalem officially by moving the us embassy there though there is a law on the books requiring them to do so that's the restraint the listeners referring to presidents have worried that such a provocative move would have all kinds of negative effects from boosting russian influence among the.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"For being with us thank you meanwhile on capitol hill the house monetary policy and trade subcommittee meeting to discuss the effectiveness of the us sanctions representatives from the treasury department reviewing the sanctions right now in place with regard to north korea and iran being viewed as two top priorities here's committee chair anti bar republican of kentucky question marshall billingsley the assistant secretary for terrorist financing at the is your department so my question is this two to both of you in a hearing before the senate banking committee earlier this fall treasury undersecretary mandel curse stated that the un security council resolutions pertaining to north korea represent quote the floor not the ceiling that's why under the housepassed bill that we referring to earlier on the north korean sanctions bill that was bipartisan we go beyond those resolutions to target all export oil exports to the dprk and all of its foreign labour so the question is this if the un resolutions are truly just the floor for us policy what is treasury doing to eliminate the petroleum and labour loopholes that are left by the resolutions and why should congress tolerate the same incremental strategy that has gotten the kim regime where it is today and we'll start with you mr billingsley and turn so obviously the the the un sanctions regime as is multinationally crafted and it requires the chinese in the russians come along and we in fact ambassador haley at the un reengaged in wake of of the recent launch to drive again the need to to to further ratchet up the pressure on north korea for its continuing behavior uh i i would say we we of actively works to dry up all of the different mechanisms by which the north korean regime obtains petroleum and other petroleum products up regardless of the fact that the un security council resolution that they ultimately did not agree to the us position to to shut off all crude oil imports they agreed to a reduction in crude and to assess asian oil products the number of things that we don't along these lines and again this back to my point about not everything is a sanction right there's a lot of other things tfi the treasury does in the financial diplomatic world that go beyond the individual discreet sanctions acts with john it's going to be able to tell you about.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Crisis peacefully i thought nikki haley ambassador haley had with a revisionist hysterics historian as she talked about how talking had led to the north korean program that's not the history people should look it up we can't go in it into it on the show but we are at risk now it is george w bush took us into the most destabilizing debacle but we are at risk with trump and i think ready to face them actually agree on some of the aspects of this iran deal but this is where the credibility the president's important and david frum said this is the least abnormal decision that he's made on foreign policy if the president was credible and that's why why this this this this a radic thin skinned narcissism of of the president undermined even policies that might actually be a good i gotta take a quick break we'll be right back on c send radio we're listening to abc's this week with their roundtable gas cnn political commentator van jones mary bruce abc news congressional corresponded katrina vanden heuvel publisher of the nation both through charlie sykes and match slap of the american conservative union see that tweet there from president trump met with his become so partisan distorted and fake licenses must be challenging if appropriate revoke not fair to the public that no other roundtable shade of ended who will of course uh the the national media is not have license the preservation have any power to revoke them but this has created a bit of a debate inside the media as well what to do about tweets like that are they a distraction or the dangerous to an important question i think there is a fundamental media malpractice where are you let trump's tweets drive the morning win the morning uh i think what's important to focus on is that he said these kinds of things before there but not to let an outrage fatigue takeover you you have to remember this is a man who sounds more like an autocrat than a democratically elected president and so it's it's important that the media continue and people understand the media is not a special interest operation it is a legitimate check it is part of an institutional array of checks on a president's power in gaza changed the constitution and so i think that's a a.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"China and russia condemned north breeze at actions lull but they also suggested that if the us in south korea may be suspended its joint military exercises then may be does may be north korea would suspend its practice of nuclear blasts of missile launches law that's rather which is an enemy of apparently was supposed to stop exercise will think about it we're we're we're being asked to stop exercises designed to repel a nuclear attack in exchange for that threatening country's willingness to talk about not practicing said nuclear attack fame a if we withdrew are bad defensive system which is still there despite fear their new leader south korea's policy uh and if we withdrew our troops are what thirty eight thousand of the back to as the trip wire basically as a sacrifice were awarded start to would absolutely commit the us to fight of north korea upi have done that they would consider and the lira broker but of course they promise that several times before renege beach time after getting but it's a it's a it's a hierarchy leaked dumb issues high on i mean you you even as you open your mouth from north korea and put the pitcher or from russia and china i should say put up a bit it sounds imbecile we can brain to think about the united states is being asked to stop exercises that are only designed to repel a nuclear attack and were being told to do this in exchange for that threatening country's willingness to to talk about not practicing that same nuclear attack i mean ambassador haley's calling it in so thing and i agree with her she says quote when a rogue regime has a nuclear weapon and an icbm pointed at you you do not take steps to lower your guard no would we do that we certainly won't she added north korea has basically slap everyone in the face in the international community that has asked them to stop and she.
"ambassador haley" Discussed on WCTC
"Nbc news radio i'm sharon reed president trump is warning north korea that quote military solutions are now fully in place locked and loaded should north korea anton wisely he added in a tweet this morning hopefully kim john will find another path north korea's responding with threats of its own warning that any preemptive strike could lead to the outbreak of a new world war in california yesterday defense secretary james mattis was asked about the possibility of a war with north korea responsibility is to have military option there's they'd be needed however right now secretary kelly russian ambassador haley you can see the american effort is diplomatically led it has diplomatic correction and his gain in diplomatic result he says war with north korea it would be catastrophic the president says the us is saving a lot of money thanks to russian president vladimir putin trump told reporters covering him at his new jersey resorted yesterday that he's very thankful putin ordered the us to cut more than seven hundred workers at the us embassy and consulates in russia taylor swift back in court in denver this morning one day after taking the state and against a man she accused of groping her from the onset taylor swift gave a very graphic account claiming former radio dj dave in mueller reached under her skirt and grabbed her bear rear ended 2013 when they took a photo together puerta hitting the jury over the heart with what actually happened to her in a very demonstrative nbc news legal analyst reney sandler says or combative in fiery approach on the stand could be the deciding factor with the jury helped from understand here yet with which the act was on the other hand juries want offensive decorum mueller claimed swift cost him his job after falsely accusing him of groping her and is suing her now for.