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Tens of Thousands Are Protesting in Belarus
"Let's head over to Belarus and try to understand what's going on over there. The protests are continuing after the election they had on August ninth where the current president, the president who's been there for more than twenty five years Alexander Lukashenko said he won a sixth consecutive term but a lot of the people of Belarus are saying there was huge election fraud. What do you do in the people start to rise up against you you deploy in the the troops essentially. And like we've seen here with the troops to the streets, it's gotten pretty violent. I mean much more violent they're. They've arrested over seven thousand people and two thousand and hope and released so far. Those who are still locked up our allegedly going through beatings and tortures in jails. So what do you do if you're Lukashenko and have those allegations against you? Of course, you signed an order awarding three hundred medals to law enforcement for impeccable service. During this deployment, the protests have gotten stronger this week since thousands of factory workers have begun walking off the job to join the protests. Apparently Bellarusse produces a fifth of the world's potash fertilizer. So when these factory workers who are really the backbone of these countries, the manufacturing countries, that's a big deal. The head of the independent miners union said, the authorities should understand that they are losing control only Lukashenko's resignation and punishment of those in charge of rigging and beatings can call must down we will not back down the strike will continue to grow until he steps down. So it doesn't sound like these are coming down anytime soon and actually sounds like they're heating up a bit Lukashenko. I came under fire when he jailed his opponent, the person who running against, you just put them in prison after that his wife stepped in to replace him. But shortly after the election results, she had to flee the country because I mean rightly. So I imagine she assumed they were gonNA. Come for her to the key that's allowed Lukashenko to get away with this thus far. But who knows how much longer is that Russia is their closest ally in they have offered unspecified security assistance to Lukashenko Putin has also told German chancellor. Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron to stay away in avoid putting pressure on the government in Belarus. So he's trying to tell them to stay out of it but there's a lot of these NATO countries including those on the western border Belarus saying, Hey, man we can't do nothing about this. We have to take some action. It's hard to see what the end game is here. I can't emphasize enough how notable it is that the factory workers are starting to join in I do have a sneaky suspicion that Donald trump is taking comprehensive notes about what Lukashenko is doing
EU leaders seek to ramp up pressure on Belarus president
"European Union leaders are holding an emergency summit amid claims of election fraud in Belarus. The opposition candidate is asking the U not to recognize the heavily disputed presidential election result. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. The candidate who ran against Lukashenko, Svetlana taken Oska is appealing to you leaders from Lithuania, where she sought safety amid the postelection chaos. She urges the block to continue to reject the results of the August 9th vote and to back her plan to move forward in a peaceful process, including new elections. I call on you to support the awakening off bill arose. I call on all countries to respect the principles ofthe international low. You leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron have spoken with Russian President Vladimir Putin urging him not to intervene in this situation. But Putin says he gave them the same
Lebanon's government steps down in wake of Beirut blast
"This week, Lebanon's government resigned amid mounting anger over the explosion that devastated parts of Beirut and left more than 200 people dead. The announcement was made on television on Monday evening, Courtney Is this an act of self sacrifice herself preservation. S o. I mean, the announcement was not what you would expect if a prime minister actually came out and berated Lebanon's ruling a political leader for fostering and promoting corruption. And said, You know, we tried to do our best but way we can't. We can't fight it. Um, and it's it's interesting because he's only been in that position. For what about eight months now he's only been in there this year. So I the the problem is You know, the president has asked the government to stay in a caretaker capacity while new government is formed. So the we're still going to see these same people running the government for most likely for awhile, because the way that they form a government there is if it's anything like what they went through last year in 2019 It's going to take months while they while they the Parliament determines who is going to be a new prime minister. But the issue is even with a new government thes. These underlying problems of corruption are going to still Be there. The issues that the people in Lebanon have with their government didn't start with this horrific explosion. Last explosions last week they began last year last October. Lebanon's currency began just losing value dramatically losing value and protests began Then since then, their currencies lost about 70% of its value. Poverty is soaring. The World Bank is projecting that more than half of the country's population will be considered poor by the end of this year. And and the explosions at the port. This is devastating explosion. Only exacerbated that, as did Corona virus. So the people there are desperate for good leadership, and the reality is the way that the government is set up. There's going to be a parliaments goingto have to appoint a new prime minister. But there's going to be delays. There's going to be gridlock and doing that. And the new government is not going to be going to see some end the systemic corruption that the people are are desperate to see end and to see some real leadership in their country. In what world is the international community have to play here? No. There were concerns about eight coming in tow Lebanon and that aid being misused. But according to the Economist, 11 these currency has lost 80% of its value since October. Inflation is at 90%. As Courtney said, people are deeply in trouble. So what's the path ahead? Absolutely, You know, the international community has a huge role to play potentially, you know, we saw in the kind of immediate aftermath when these protests could have began. You know, against the corruption and mismanagement and just incompetence. Really. Of the Lebanese government. We saw even you know thousands of of Lebanese signing a petition literally asking France to basically reimpose the mandate and take over control of the country for the next 10 years. Right, Remember, you know, France used to have the mandate over Lebanon and run things. The idea that people would essentially beg for a return to colonial era rule is just is such a stark Kind of clarifying moment to realize just how bad things have gotten Lebanon and you know the international community we saw we saw the French president Emmanuel Macron. Come, Teo, the streets of Beirut and walk around and people were literally saying, Please help us. Please help us so France, in particular, has a huge role to play here in terms of how they help aid how they help work with the government to form potentially new structures, But but we'll see what happens. A lot of this depends on what the government and the political players, including Hezbollah do inside Lebanon.
French President Hosts International Conference to Raise Funds for Lebanon
"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an online conference call with global leaders today to organize emergency aid for Lebanon after Tuesday's devastating explosion in Beirut, the BBC's Tom Bateman reports. At the same time, Lebanese are again in the streets protest ng their government. The sense of fury is everywhere in a country that was already deeply mired in crisis. Well before Tuesday's blast, as the recovery efforts continue on the number of dead continues to rise. Today's international online conference, hosted by the French president, Emmanuel Macron, aims to raise billions of pounds in aid. But amid the deep distrust towards the country's government, he has said it must be channeled directly to charities and to the people. The BBC's Tom Bateman.
Macron urges donors to 'act quickly' as he opens virtual conference on aid for Lebanon
"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an online conference call with global leaders today to organize emergency aid for Lebanon after Tuesday's devastating explosion in
Beirut Digs for Survivors as Death Toll in Explosion Rises
"Responders in Beirut are still looking for survivors after a massive explosion Tor, the city's port on Tuesday, at least 150 people are dead and another 5000 are injured. Hundreds of thousands are homeless. Indira. What do we know about how this happened? Well, we know that there was an explosion that seems to have been two explosions on dit was really caused by a 2750 ton stockpile of ammonium nitrate. Which is a really explosive chemical that is often used as a fertilizer. To have this amount of ammonium nitrate stored in a port is really kind of stunning and I'm sure we'll get to it, but it's linked to protests that we've now already seen in Beirut among Lebanese who are already upset about government corruption. Government mismanagement, political and economic problems. And this just looks like one thing on top of that. That since 2013 so we're talking seven years this ammonium nitrate has been stored in a warehouse at the port when a Russian owned vessel stopped in Beirut, and then the ship was abandoned. So how is it that for seven years this has been sitting there. And no one has done anything about it. Even though Port officials had apparently written many memos asking, how is this going to be disposed of? I mean, just to give listeners a general sense. This is essentially like fertilizer, which you know, we know is quite explosive. And National Geographic had a really interesting story out yesterday where we talked about Just all the chemistry behind this and why it was so deadly and it's happened before in other places in this country, and by the way listeners may remember the horrible Oklahoma City terrorist attack that was an intentional bombing, but it was made out for the same chemical ammonium nitrate will French President Emmanuel Macron visited Beirut on Thursday to mixed reactions. For the past years. Mick Howard. Lebanon's leaders responding Very defensively. I mean, this is a level of governance, apathy, governance and aptitude that that is simply difficult to comprehend. You know, as Indira was saying, this has been In the port for six or seven years, senior Customs officials are saying claiming that they warned about the danger of having so much Ammonium nitrate at the port, a handful of times the judiciary onto port officials, and they got no response. So many people in Lebanon are talking about a level of criminal negligence. Today, authorities say that they're going to Interview the head of the port, the head of customs on We'll see what comes of that. But at this point, the Lebanese people are so sick. Of a level of corruption and the love of kind of a corrupt core of the entire political class. And that's why this was recently compared to share noble. The idea that this exposes that corrupt core of the government could lead to government and falling again. We saw the government fall again fall last year, replaced by a technocratic successor. This year. Or we could just see increased anger that leads to no reform. But at the very least, this is proving eso awfully so tragically, some of the in confidence at the core of the Lebanese government Nancy talk a little bit more about what comes next with the layer the level of anger so high with the government even before this disaster, What are you going to be watching for in the region? That's a great question. And I should say I have almost bias has spent five holidayed in Lebanon as recently as last year and holds a very special place in my heart and so to see the devastation is just breathtaking. You got it earlier. You know this is a country where people were suffering tremendously before this explosion. This is a country ruled the value of its current had dropped by 80% in the last year. People were hungry. The Lebanese cannot afford. To do the kinds of repairs to their country to their city. In the wake of this bombing, many could not afford to eat before this, And so I think long term, the question becomes, Will we see fundamental changes in the government? In the system in Lebanon because we've heard about port officials being on house arrest or having their assets frozen, but those air sort of on the edges in terms of the issues in Lebanon, the fundamental issues governance. You were asking earlier about the Lebanese reaction on Ly, the Lebanese mayor has walked the streets. There's been no resignations. There's been no sort of out point, even the trash that people are gathering from the debris pile up, and there's no government trash service to pick it up. And so these air Corps problems with the the governance of the country, and so I think for the Lebanese unless there are fundamental changes to that Such that when someone reports thousands of tons of nitrate is near the city center that it's dealt with and not ignored repeatedly over and over again, and so, what we're looking for is whether we're going to see fundamental changes and how the system Operates.
beirut explosion latest news
"Some exercises in perspective the IRA bomb which severely damaged Canary Wharf in London in Nineteen ninety-six was estimated at just over one ton of ammonium nitrate Timothy McVeigh's bomb which demolished a federal government building in Oklahoma City in nineteen ninety-five was just over two tons of the same material. The boss which erupted in Beirut's port on Tuesday was estimated at two. Thousand seven hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. One of the biggest peacetime non nuclear explosions in history as Bhai. Route begins the barely imaginable task of cleaning up and is understandably enough growing tear gas was fired yesterday at protesters near the parliament building I'm joined. Now by Lila Milana, Allen France twenty four's correspondent in Beirut Leyla. First of all, you have been visiting the port which was the epicenter of the explosion. I can't begin to imagine where you would even describe such scene but I'm going to ask you to have a crack at doing that the scene is as you say, almost indescribable does smoke still rising from the charred MBA's off. Destroyed packing crates destroyed shelving and it says every kind of. Utility things you'd expect to see in shops. Twisted. Washing machines on the floor items from pharmacies because this of course port, this is the one thirty functional in Lebanon imposed everything and everything was stored than in the center. You have the remains of these enormous grain silos that carried the grain for the majority of the country completely destroyed and parts of them. Still collapsing there you have a aid workers desperately trying to dig people of rubble that's thirty meters deep, and the conditions are horrific temperatures of thirty degrees baking hot sun. The air is thick and brown the smell acrid burning metal and plastic. It really is post-apocalyptic and this goes on for over a mile. Entire poor is just smoking twisted metal and daybreak. Nash. have. You got a clear sense of how widespread the damage across Beirutis. How far can you go from the blast without seeing broken windows? So it. was about nine kilometers where we're still doing things like breaking windows the impact of it and having people. That's it really has spread incredibly far, and it's an uneven spread as well because. What's happened is that the grain ciders positioned in a certain way which meant that it protected half of the city of West Beirut, which historically has in many disasters. Conflicts actually born the brunt of of problems in Beirut and actually deflected the majority of the blast towards the East and the south, which is why a famous areas like Gymnasium Ohio Asha fear completely The buildings there obliterated and one of the concerns now is a lot of. Buildings the older buildings in Beirut the few buildings left in the east of in pre-civil war, which were much loved already, quite delicate on the point of collapse yesterday as people were trying to clear the streets constantly civil defense volunteers trying to pull people back away from these buildings with balconies hanging down stone starting to crumble because of course, that's a huge dangerous. People are still sifting through rubble trying to find loved ones that buildings could. New Buildings that had not yet collapsed could collapse on top of the other issue is that the new builds a lot of them are concrete and speaking to an engineer what can happen with concrete is that with a shockwave blast like this concrete cracks easily under pressure and so that can be in tunnel cracks there that you don't know about in can't be seen from the outside, but the make the building unstable and because there's really been. Very, little help from the government with people trying to go back into their homes, clear up and see what they can retrieve and whether their homes are still livable. Many people going back into very unstable buildings and some living there because they have no other former shelter. So a real risk of further injury as buildings might potentially collapse over the next few days very similar to the aftermath of an earthquake, which is what this is compared to. A among the people who was serving the damage in Beirut yesterday was of course, President Emmanuel Macron of France undertaking a extraordinary spontaneous visit. How is that being received? I mean, it's it's understandable enough that Lebanese politicians don't want to interact at a personal level with the public at the not only for their own safety but is it being regarded as strange that the first high profile politician to to take a walkabout should be the president of an entirely different country? Well, it is strange, but it's not being regarded as strange. I was down on the street yesterday when McCone was was walking through glad-handing the crowd I mean, he really was you know playing up to it and was supposed to be going to Baabda Palace, the Presidential Palace to meet with politicians and delayed that for an extra hour on the schedule to stay with Lebanese people in the streets of course, playing up very much. The fact that he was there to see them he'd said before the visit my main priorities to go and be with the people of Lebanon. And extend, solidarity's to them, and then after that I will be dealing with the political varieties speaking to them. So in the streets, he was absolutely mobbed by people he's hugging people shaking hands with them people coming up tim saying, please don't give those politicians any money that corrupt criminals we don't trust them and he responded to one woman I know you don't trust them graffiti everywhere saying don't give one. Euro. To those Michael help us. So he really did make himself as I say a man of the people yesterday I spoke to a couple of young women afterwards. WHO said to me? That man was more of a leader to us in fifteen minutes than any of our politicians have been where all day no one has come to see us where are they wears the help and later in the day after a lot of commentary that. The. Obviously. Lebanese politicians feeding quite shamefaced one. The justice minister did come down to the streets to try and speak to people clearing up and she had water thrown in her face and chanting protest. Immediately, they're not welcome and that people absolutely fading that the government has no interest in safety in their health in their wellbeing and their ability to rebuild hiding away from them as everybody marshals together to try and get things. Back to nothing like normal but something livable at least just to follow that up finally, regular listeners may recall that you and I were speaking on Monday talking about the resignation of Lebanon's foreign minister and that seemed like a pretty big story at the time He's probably ruin his timing at this point but have you seen or heard anything in terms of actual messaging attempts to help or anything from the alleged government of Lebanon or d you kind of assume that they've all got to the point where they just realized the games up nobody really wants to hear from them anymore. It's quite extraordinary. There is honesty nothing happening in terms of that what the government is doing a lot of finger pointing at each other and previous administrations about who's to blame for this they've put everybody associated with the report under house arrest and saying that they're going to find the perpetrators. But of course, everybody's saying somebody else's the perpetrator on what we know so far it seems that for six years has been ongoing negligence at the highest. Level where a several reports were were built up by the head of the port and have customs sent to the government center the Prime Minister's Office the judiciary about the fact that this was a ticking time bomb and something has to be done completely ignored. So the government is going on about this investigation saying they'll find responsible meanwhile three hundred, thousand people in Beirut homeless, five, thousand injured hundreds still missing, and honestly all you can see on the streets is volunteers. The. Lebanese. breath volunteers, obviously with their ambulances civil defence wanting tears, young people armed with spades and rooms marching down the street just going into people's homes into buildings and sweeping up what they can and moving onto the next one cleaning up themselves. They all said to me of course not here we wouldn't expect anything else from them with the only people who can help ourselves and today international aid. Groups coming in different countries, sending their own firefighters medical support in, and still a complete absence of the Lebanese government anywhere except the poor area learn Milana Allen in Beirut thank you very much for joining us.
France's Macron announces aid conference for Lebanon
"President Emmanuel Macron is in Beirut today to offer support to Lebanon following this week's massive explosion at a port warehouse. The blast killed at least 137 people get injured More than 5000 others, Rebecca Rossman has more. The French president plans to meet with relief teams at the site of the wreckage and then head to the presidential palace for meetings with top officials to discuss the response efforts. Macron's aides say he will be calling for deep reforms to Lebanon Economic and political systems, which were already under serious threat before the explosion.
beirut explosion latest news
"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon
French President Emmanuel Macron has arrived in Lebanon to offer support after massive explosion
"There is still a search for the missing in Lebanon two days after the massive explosion, which killed at least 135 people and injured more than 5000 French president Emmanuel Macron arriving in Beirut with a message of solidarity, although he's also calling for urgent changes to the way Lebanon is run. Saying if reforms are not made, the country will continue to suffer. Lebanon is a former French colony. Lebanese officials of blaming the disaster on a huge stockpile of explosive material at Beirut's
French President Emmanuel Macron has arrived in Lebanon to offer support after massive explosion
"Emmanuel Macron has now arrived in Beirut offer French aid. Lebanese officials say they believe 2750 metric tons of ammonium nitrate used in bombs caught fire and then exploded. The government has put some port officials under house arrest.
Countries offer help to Lebanon following massive Beirut explosion
"To help Lebanon cope with the aftermath of the massive explosion that killed at least 135 people at last count. And injured more than 5000 others as NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports. The blasts flattened buildings, crushed vehicles and left city streets covered with shattered glass since Lebanon's prime minister made the appeal for countries to help heal Lebanon's wounds, offers of aid have been rushing in France says it's sending dozens of emergency workers, a mobile medical unit and 15 tons of assistance. The office of President Emmanuel Macron says the aid should be able to treat about 500 people. Children is also sending a military field hospital and Egypt says it's set one up already in Beirut. Russia has pledged five planeloads of assistance and support workers and Poland, Greece and the Czech Republic are among the many countries sending rescue workers and sniffer dogs. To help dig through the rubble in search of the missing Ruth Sherlock. NPR News on Wall Street stocks closed
'No Words': After Enormous Explosion Rips Beirut, A Search For Answers
"Details on the investigation into yesterday's deadly explosion in Beirut that left 100 people dead, 4000 people injured and another 300,000 homeless. Lebanese officials have now put a number of higher ups at the port in Beirut under house arrest. New York Post says the 2700 tons of fertilizer believed to have caused the explosion had been confiscated from a Russian businessman seven years ago who had abandoned his cargo ship after making an unscheduled stop. It was all being stored in a warehouse where Reuters says there were repeated warnings to local officials since 2013. It was a disaster in the making. Correspondent Ian Panel tells us the smoke continues to rise in Beirut based artist Michela Boots, saying the entire event was surreal before we could even think of what to do next. Everything exploded. And when I mean everything I mean everything as degree was following. I just hid under card people. They were like literally standing behind, actually didn't get so lucky to have a lot of them got hit on the head. Some of them die. Officials in the disaster stricken city now searching for answers about what caused the enormous explosion and, above all, who was responsible. Well, despite the evidence that this was an industrial accident, President Trump has decided otherwise. Here's correspondent Aaron Carter Ski president Trump called the explosion in Beirut and attack. This was not A some kind of a manufacturing. Explosion type of event, A U. S official told ABC News. There are no indications the Beirut explosion came from a bomb or attack, the president of Lebanon said the blast was caused by nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate stored unsafely in a warehouse. That's 1000 times more ammonium nitrate than was used in the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal building. French President Emmanuel Macron is in Lebanon today meeting with leaders there to discuss how France might offer assistance,
EU Agrees To Relief Package In Grants, Loans To Bail Out Pandemic-Battered Economies
"The European Union is hoping and out of the box approach will bring some economic stability to the region during the pandemic leaders agreed to a two point one trillion dollar package. What makes this different is for the first time it's offering hundreds of billions of dollars in common debt for more on this game changing agreement. We're bringing in our Brussels bureau chief Dan Michaels Dan. Thanks for being here. My pleasure Dan in our reporting we have called this. Relief package unprecedented. This is a big shift. Perhaps in the way that the EU in the past has really shown it's fiscal power. Indeed this is a dramatic shift for the EU because you members until very recently have avoided giving the central authorities in Brussels the power to issue debt or raise taxes but the economic crisis brought on by the coronavirus has been so dramatic that this was the measure that they have decided on to stop the worst impact of the the recession that is hitting Europe particularly in the most Hard hit southern countries like Italy. Spain and Greece. Let's talk about Italy. Spain and Greece in particular. We spend a lot of time looking at the hardship among those three countries in this case the EU is saying the needs there are greater and were showing priority to the region. What sends out most is that the EU is willing to grant to those countries many of these the same countries that struggled a decade ago in the euro crisis but at that time Germans and other northern European countries only wanted to give them low interest. Loans Italy this time as a people remember was the first European country to be hit by corona virus. Northern Italy was devastated by the Italian. Konami was really hit hard. Spain was also hit very hard by the coronavirus Nelson for Greece because our economies are so dependent on tourism and summer travel and since the global economy has shut down it really has been damaging to those countries and so the economic after-effects even as Europe has reopened have been quite painful. And that's what these these measures agreed to this. European summit aimed to address. Let's talk about the to power players. Brokering this deal French. President Emmanuel Macron and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel Merckel in particular has had this reputation of being very fiscally conservative yet. She's going out of her comfort zone. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's shift here is one of the most dramatic elements of what's happened over recent days for more than a decade. She has opposed anything like grants to other countries She couldn't imagine giving her attacks. There is money to Italians or Greeks Spaniards with no strings attached. No interest payments. Nothing like that. But a combination of factors over recent months changed our view. One is a French. President Emmanuel macron lobbied her. Very hard on this. She saw how dire the situation was. When when CORONA VIRUS HIT EUROPE IN MARCH BORDERS WERE CLOSED? Supply chains shutdown. The economy can pretty close to grinding to a halt and there was a strong feeling that the EU itself could be endangered. She also. She's not running for reelection next year. She said she won't so that gives you a little bit more freedom. So she has over. Recent weeks made if not one hundred eighty degree. Turn quite a dramatic metamorphosis.
EU leaders hold first budget summit in pandemic times
"European Union leaders are gathering in Brussels for the first summit in person since the start of the Corona virus crisis. President Emmanuel Macron of Frantz called it a moment of truth. Said the leaders would do everything possible to reach a deal. He'll try to persuade them to back a 750 million euro Corona virus recovery Fund. He and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, proposed that 2/3 of it should be in the form of grants to help stricken nations such as Italy and Spain. A group of Northern European countries would rather see loans than grants. As Gavin Lee explains, You have what's called the frugal for the likes off the Dutch, The Austrians to Swedish, the Danish An add on top of that you have the budget, which is basically how you gets itself through for the next seven years, and what that means you have. An increased amount of money that each country will have to put into the coffers take away the UK from the equation. That means the money that the UK is no longer putting in. Others have to basically dig into their pockets deeper. So that adds to the complexity of all this. Expect this to be I'm told by the senior You saw the mother of all
France's Macron revs up with new government ahead of 2022
"Emmanuel macron the beleaguered French president has named a new cabinet that he describes as one of purpose and unity. Krahn is hoping to kick the country's economy with a fresh lineup. Who served under the new Prime Minister Jean Castex.
U.S. stocks finish higher after stronger-than-expected jobs report
"US stock index futures and European stocks drop on Friday as investors responded to a reported conflict among European Central Bank policymakers over a stimulus package for the U, as well as political upheaval in France, where President Emmanuel Macron is named. A new prime minister in Friday trading. US markets were closed for the holiday in Europe, though, where the foot C 100 down 1.3%. The DAX in Germany was off 6/10 percent. Japan's Nikkei rose 7/10 of a percent. U. S. Stock index futures did trade on this Friday. S and P 500 futures dropped 4/10 of a percent
French government resigns as Macron acts to recast presidency
"Political maneuvering in France as President Emmanuel macron looks to put years of economic upheaval behind him live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World. Service, Victoria Craig Good Morning French Prime Minister Edward Felipe and his government resigned this morning after speculation president. macron was planning a reshuffle with two years left of his term. It comes after disappointing. Local election results from the President's Party last weekend years of yellow vest protests over. Over economic inequality in the country and months of hardship, as the country battled the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC's Lucy Williamson has more from Paris the statement from the Elysee Palace. This morning was very brief. It gave absolutely no details. No context what's behind this reshuffle. Did he jump? Was He pushed? What's really going on in the corridors of Power Emmanuel? macron has said he wants to re imagine the presidency. He wants to set a new. New Course he wants to mark the Post Covid era in France. He does have a tough road ahead. He came in with very sets ideas about what was wrong with France how to fix it how to reform it. It's been a couple of years of almost constant protests and upheaval in France because of those reforms, and because of his determination to push through and the corona virus epidemic has left France with a greatest sense of. Of Inequality, so in eastern signal that he's now in a new phase corona viruses behind them the worst of the corona virus epidemic Baker. Hope is behind them, and he's setting out a fresh stool, but I don't think his core ideas have changed, and I think he's going to run up against the same opposition. You did before
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on KQED Radio
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump but it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true change this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding has been tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your rod arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the UN General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news hello I'm Jane wells host of world affairs while ISIS no longer holds territory its capacity to recruit is undiminished next on world affairs robin Wright writer for The New Yorker and Ali su fun former FBI.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on KCRW
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invites as friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know a neat I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art are rose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for Shelley are up Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news support comes from the Geffen Playhouse presenting skin tight with Tony Award winner at Tiananmen cell taking a break from her California life a woman retreats to her iconic father swanky New York town house only to discover that his current live in boyfriend he's the same age as her own son it's.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to try presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a row points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Emmanuel Macron, and President Trump honored the allied troops, who stormed, the beaches of Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of let's let you listen, a little bit about what President Trump said to the veterans who were there in the audience came wave after wave without question without hesitation. Without complaint battled not for control and domination. But for liberty democracy and self rule. Let's talk a little bit about the speech itself with ABC's Tom rivers, who was there in the audience, you described President Trump speeches as presidential something very different than we for the president in the past. Right very much. So Sherry, he stuck to the script very well, written. And I think the the salient points that he got a cross he, he referred to two of the US veterans that were on the stage behind him. And he kind of recalled what they had done their, their bravery in the fact that these were young young men, nineteen twenty twenty one years of age and what they had done, and you know that really resonated with, with, with the old that were on the stage, but the younger generation people to reflecting upon what the greatest generation did and comparing it maybe to what's happening today with young people on the other side of the coin was president Akron. The certainly did. Again, very presidential speech, and I guess, a highlight of that was handing out, these, you know, the, the valor medals which is the highest honor in France, five of them to five of the US veterans that game over that involved in D day, and that went down, very, very well indeed. Yeah. And you could see that President Trump was was actually really moved by this anniversary of d day, especially when he and the first lady Emmanuel Macron and his wife walked over where they overlooked Omaha beach, and, and you could see them. It was a beautiful day, unlike seventy five years ago indeed. But it really meant a lot to President Trump seemed like certainly look that way. And also, when they're walking amongst the markers, and, you know, I think it happens to everybody, if you feel it in your chest, you feel it a lump in your throat when you look down at that crosses the stars of David and you look down. You realize these, these were these were people had just come out of high school. Many of them and meant they could not have families gonna have careers. Their life cut short for you. And I really for the generations to come. Yeah. The invasion of Normandy, eventually did lead to the allied victory in World War. Two, let's hear one more line. The President Trump said on that day Normandy, the men behind me will tell you that they are just the lucky ones. As one of them recently, put it all the heroes are buried here. And that's what President Trump wanted to get across the men who are on the stage. There were the ones who made it and all the thousands, who are in that cemetery. Did not exactly exactly and the numbers speak for themselves. Something like four thousand plus on the five different beaches perished on that very, very first day. And of course it wasn't easy. They didn't get that far in those five sections were not connected, certainly on that first day. And it took many, many weeks of battle to make some progress against the deeply entrenched Germans at that time, so yes, where the lucky ones, I guess they were but it was like a flip of a coin who is gonna live who's going to die. ABC's Tom rivers, joining us from Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of d. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, share..
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Emmanuel Macron will hold a cabinet meeting. Tomorrow Wednesday, dedicated to the aftermath he is valley to rebuild the century's old cathedral. This afternoon, mostly sunny, but tonight, forty percent chance of light rain, low around forty six degrees. Currently fifty nine degrees and sunny in central park support for NPR comes from a cloud based phone service for small businesses with features to route and provide custom messages to callers. Bouma the smartphone for your business. More at O, A dot com. Welcome back to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you so much for spending some time with me this hour, you know, a Nick Lowe song when you hear one there's a certain bouncy guitar against some sly lyrics like this classic from nineteen seventy eight's Jesus. A cool. Got bit thousand watts. Types of nine. I cannot myself. That's not to say the man can't slow it down and write a heartbreaker like two thousand eleven release. I read a lot I read it all. Now day. Much more than before. You left me dry. So in Nick Lowe releases a new EP with the name love starvation slash trombone. I mean, it kind of makes sense his upcoming EP comes out may seventeenth with an assist from the band, Los straitjackets. Let's check out a little bit of trombone. The one. And I am so pleased to have.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"House Democrats are raising the subject of impeachment following new revelations last week about President Trump court documents filed fry. Connect the president to a federal crime allegedly directing the payment of hush money to two women alleging affairs during the campaign Representative Adam Schiff appeared on CBS face the nation right now, we have the Justice department expressing its view, and we have Michael Cohen with his testimony. But I think we also need to see this is part of a broader pattern of potential misconduct by the president. And it's that broad pattern. I think that will lead us to a conclusion about whether it rises to the level to warrant removed from office. China says it voiced its displeasure to the US ambassador after an executive for the Chinese company while way was arrested in Canada following a US request global chief financial officer Mang ones, how is accused of covering up links to affirm that sold equipment to Iran despite sanctions Senator Marco Rubio said on face the nation. He supports strong actions. I think both Weiwei Z T E and multiple the Chinese companies. Pose a threat to our national interests. Our national economic interests. And our national security interests. And the Warwick they're accused of here what she's accused of is violating the Iran. Sanctions. French president Emmanuel Macron, we'll talk to labor groups and address the nation this week as he tries to contain the overflowing anger that sparked four weekends of protests for the second week in a row demonstrations dissolved into violence CBS's Charlie dagga away from the shelves lease as we saw the protesters, smashed windows. They lit fires to barricades leaving sauce in young people looting some shops. Now these yellow vest demonstrations began weeks ago in a protest of a fuel tax hike. President Emmanuel Macron is scrap that idea, but now there's this whole spectrum of complaints and people that we spoke to largely.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Don't call me that which Babs all the presents have done. But then he had to follow it up, which is something that's very much part of what he's like with a little bit of electron. Hey, you know, if you want to go places in life, you ought to do this. And it was so interesting in the in the crowns and the demos people were saying he's being so condescending to us, and it was this idea that you don't need to explain something to us better. We have understood just just go away and rethink everything. People seem really agree about domestic issues. How do they feel about Emmanuel Macron on the world stage? How do they view his relationship with Trump Mike is criticized a lot in front, but what people like him for among other things that people love in the most for his foreign policy for being, you know, important on the world stage for making FRANZ important on the world stage again, and so he absolutely had to convince Trump to come on site. And he was being described in the early days, the Trump whisper who could bring Trump into the fold and his hand on Trump's like van is absolutely deliberate. Everything every bit of body language between Trump and micro is totally calculated and deliberate. Elected president though frats. Credible campaign and had a tremendous is seen as having won the handshake war with Donald Trump, which was which was the first time he met Donald Trump as president was in Brussels before NATO summit into this famous white knuckled handshake where he gripped Trump hand ages and kept on shaking in this kind of alpha male standoff showing he was a dominant male and he had he and his team had been studying videos of Trump's handshakes for data. This is really count related. And of course, Donald Trump loved coming over to Paris. And he he loved this military parade that was put on for him, which was obviously the best deal parade that was happening anyway in America had already been invited before Trump was elected. So it wasn't a specific Trump move. What we've seen after that is Trump playing to his own domestic audience, particularly right now at the moment. So when he came over for the centenary of wells will want and we're not quite sure exactly what tips Tump Trump over. But he went back home and started furiously tweeting against Emmanuel Macron. Let me just read this one. You know, this is the president of the United States. Emmanuel Macron suggesting building its own army to protect Europe against the US China and Russia, but it was Germany in World War One and two. How did that work out for France? They were starting to learn German in Paris before the US came along pay for NATO, or no, I mean incendary in the extreme surely, I know I was actually sitting with one of them on microns advisers close advisors when that tweet dropped Ashley. And it was very interesting to see the reaction. The reaction was no comments. No comments were not going to be drawn into any kind of Twitter. Trouble this. I don't know. Tweet. I always prefer having thyroid discussion or answering questions at making my my through tweets, but his relationship with Donald Trump. What about his relationship with Theresa May? They do get on. Well, I went with him to London when he went to see Theresa May at Downing Street during the election campaign. He's really at ease with Theresa May an easing downing street's. She came over to see him while he was in holiday in the summit tool Brexit, and he hosted her his fortress on the on the Rivera presidential force where he's building a pool they got on. Well, but you see he's a pragmatist. How is he using Brexit? What does it mean to him? Brexit is really really important mccown. Why why because if there's one ideology can define Emmanuel Macron by its he is pro Europe. He is hugely pro the EU. And so he uses the Brexit metaphor for French domestic politics all the time. And we particularly seeing it now with the protests in the citizens protests against his fuel tax rises, the idea of people versus the elites. So he's trying to style himself as the progressive you. Europe's main progressive that will stand up against populism and nationalism and he's really playing that code..
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Sanchez hanging out with you Sunday night. Glad to be back behind the microphone. We've been talking about this election. The future of America really the future of the world. We can't speak about the new world order without talking about Emmanuel Macron and the other players in the new world order. Did you just catch? What French president Macron said he said, nationalism is treason. Then, you know, there's a big election going on right there with the European Union and populists and France, Hungary, and Italy or surging in the polls and Emmanuel I'm going to talk about that. In a second MAC, Ron is basically saying this is treason. But you know, what else he is said. And what's concerned me is he's on record stating that if in fact, President Trump fails. Bringing peace to the Middle East. He has a plan that he's been working on for the last year that he will propose between Palestine and Israel friends. Do you know what that means? That means if that happens the bible in terms of end times of biblical prophecy comes to pass the seven year peace treaty and an anti Christ will rise. How about if that antichrist's does Macron his first name is Emmanuel God with us. Anti christ. Basically says I am God. And the world rejects it, and there's the tribulation. Oh, I know it's maybe just a little conversation tonight. But are you going to tell me and times biblical prophetic? Revelation doesn't seem to be kind of taking center stage here with all the corruption not only in America, but around the country, and now bio hacks international in the United Kingdom is in talks with their government to make not allow make thousands of employees receive a microchip implant. So that they can trade. This is legitimate. Biohacking international is a biotech form, and it's offering implants to businesses and individuals. It has already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the UK alone. The tiny chips are supposed to be implanted in the flesh between the thumb and forefinger kind of similar to what you do with your pets. You know, how you have a chip but get this. This is supposed to be convenient for people. You can pay your bills this way, you can pay at the grocery store, you can withdraw money at the ATM. You can actually start your car by waving your hand, and your medical data can be stored in there. Friends. There is a new world order. There are players in new world order and in America, the Luciferians players are Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and many of these other Democrats, some of them don't even know they're involved in this type of agenda. They've been manipulated. They've been brainwashed. To believe it. One of the biggest reasons is open borders. Let's have an open society a one world government one religion one world currency. Look, I'm telling you French president Emmanuel Macron is macaroni is on is on record. On record of saying these very things. So you tell me why Trump is having a bad time of it. You tell me why the constant attacks by the media, you tell me all the while the accusations, you tell me why all the fraud and cheating is going on. Could it be true? Could it be possible that God did intervene in the two thousand sixteen election? Could it be true that Hillary Clinton was supposed to win? Could it be true that the polls were real they were accurate? Hillary Clinton was supposed to win and God intervened. One last time to say, you know, what you better get it together. Because this is the last time I enter Wien. One eight seven seven forty nine. Steve is how you way into the program. One eight seven seven four nine seven eighty three eighty three. Hey, look, I went there tonight. There's a lot of hosts that will talk about aliens, which don't exist. They'll talk about ancient aliens that built the Mayan pyramids and the Aztec in peer. That's all bull crap aliens don't exist, but people are willing to discuss spaceships and aliens and other forms of life on other planets that don't exist, but they don't want to talk about biblical and time prophetic revelation folding unfolding right in front of our very eyes back to the calls. We go Khalid in southern California. Your next welcome to the program. Good evening, my friend. How are you? Very good. What's on your mind? My friend. Thank you for taking my call. Even though I had to wait for over an hour. But if I always say is worth it when I talk to you, but I've gone grateful. Thank you. I'm humbled by that. What's your take on all the the chaos the fraud? It's worse than we ever could have imagined. I saw Steve I wanna say this about president Macron is a piece of Merck. And what are you doing to your country? What are you saying you wanna have EU standing army? You don't want any nations anymore, and you're going to have the gall. President Trump that nationalism is dangerous. It's a disease whatever he said his. Yeah. Yeah. I don't even I don't really to stay what I heard today about him. Apparently, he was well, I don't want to talk about it. It's disgusting. It's Cruz is. Yeah. Yeah. He's a piece of bit. Well, what I want to say Steve about a mid-term in California anybody out there who's a Republican. In california. If you did not vote because you said vote didn't count you screwed the state even more than it is good. I'm not even angry at the democrat. I'm angry at our own registered Republicans in California, Steve because I found out I don't know the exact number. But I think two million Republicans that are registered in California did not even bother to vote. They didn't vote, and you know, what they're the ones that have the biggest mouths, and they just need to shut their pie holes. If you didn't vote you can't speak. No. 'cause I'm voted I tried and I'm not giving up and I was whining for three days. But now, I can't wind anymore. I have to what happened. But the funniest thing Steve you're gonna laugh factor. The executive director for the Elliott branch. I noticed since I've been a baby is a family friend. It posted on his Facebook congratulating court Cortes, getting elected. I told him. Are you crazy? What is wrong with you? What do you mean? Congratulations. She got elected. She's a nutcase store you. She's a communist. Well because Steve were conservatives conservative. We have conservative values. What the hell is wrong with you idiot. Then why let me ask you this. And I asked the same thing to the Hispanic community. Why then do we not have more conservative Muslims stepping up running for office? And basically putting away the myth that Muslims are liberal. You know, what's being one of the problems that we have is mind control brainwash, the mob mentality in units tied to stand up. Like like what I'm doing? Oh, you're a conspiracy theorist euro white or right winger. It's like, no, I'm not I'm pointing out facts to you people. I mean, I mean, Steve did you see what I'm on? Head about President Trump on ABC. She hasn't even been sworn in yet, and she's already calling him a racist. And we have to accept that. As a fact lady. You haven't even been sworn in yet. You're married to your brother, first of all, which is what the where are you coming from what El- elected you? Well, let me tell you this. Let me let me blow your mind a little more. Let me blow your mind a little more. When you get a chance going Instagram and go to Ella, Andrea or cassia, Cortez's Instagram. She's and it's and it's about to go live right now. Okay. And and the video you're gonna put that on Facebook, right? Producer main producer Nate on. My Facebook is going to put it right now. It's Alexandria Arcoxia Cortes in her kitchen making macaroni and cheese saying she will be eventually running for the presidency. They're prepping her man, I'm telling you they're gonna they're gonna prep her like they did Obama Obama came out of nowhere Khalid. He came out of nowhere Obama, and he won. You know, what Steve I hope to God. If it's not Hillary Clinton. It's coretec because Trump is going to beat her. But see it won't be now because she has to be a certain age. So this would probably be two thousand twenty four maybe even two thousand in twenty eight but they're already planning this is how the Democrats operate. They're putting together Manchurian candidates to literally go take elections. Why do you think Khalid? They want a legals here. I'll give you the final word before we go to break. Well. Just before I go I have two quick questions for Jack. I know he's going to join you in the third hour. I wanted. I wanted to know what did he think about Trump pointing Michael Whitaker as the temporary and turn them attorney general you can ask him that. Okay, absolutely effect and question. And then the second question is I want more information about the Thousand Oaks shooter shooting. Apparently, I've been hearing that all he was and he was a radical Muslim Paris. And so far, I haven't confirmed that. I don't know. Maybe he is. I don't know. I'm not saying he is. But I want Jack if he can he has any information. I wanna know what's this guy's deal. Why did he do it for? Yeah. Jack, Jack is already on hold on a on a special line. And he will be addressing those things. I've seen it on the notes Khalid small segment I got a bounce. Always a pleasure. And I'm humbled by you hanging out waiting as long as you did keep it up brother keep continuing to push back and inform. The American public that conservatism is the last chance for our democracy. Steve Sanchez one eight seven seven forty nine. 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"emmanuel macron" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"French president Emmanuel Macron I met last night for a conversation in his office at the palace Micron spent much of the day with Donald Trump who's first action on French soil on Friday night was to tweet from St. to his hosts red presen- Macron France has just suggested that your ability to own military in order to protect itself from the United States, China and Russia, very insulting. But perhaps Europe should I fades fair share of NATO, which the US subsidizes greatly. In fact, McCaw says reference to protections against the US was a reference to cyber intelligence capabilities in any event, it was a typical Trumpian move designed to get attention which it did. I asked Macron weather a clash between him and Trump was inevitable. We had a very good discussion to s- moaning, and in confirmed an front of suppress said he was he was a K. I think there's that mean that his tweet was a mistake. His tweets, and I always prefer having thyroid discussion or answering questions at making my my diplomacies tweets bets that I think we had a very clear discussion e is in favor of a bitter burden-sharing with within native. I agree with that. And I think that's not to have a better better sharing. Office do need more Europe. And I think there's a big mistake would to be very direct. 'cause you what I don't want to see is European countries. Increasing the budget in defense in order to by Americans on other arms all Matt tales coming from your industry. I think if we increase other jet is to have to build our autonomy and to become net whole sovereign border from credibility TV's viane people in the visa rest of the word. And I think it's for I think you'll prison is riots regarding that, and I think I'm right to precisely promote this idea one. I do believe is that if at this stage Europe has to become a more consistent and most suffering IMO United in democracy far. And today, it's not it's a case, we build something very. Original during the past seven decays bets. Arisen new step for wall to be organized. And this is a case today. Let me ask you about your relationship with Donald Trump. He says that now that he's he's made up with you. After the tweet he says, you have lots in common. And I'm wondering what that is. Because he calls himself, a nationalist he draws on this populace forces, and you describe yourself often as one of the great opponents of these forces of nationalism in populism. So what do you think you have in common? That Botha's outsider of the classical positions. I would say and arrive from from the business side. He was not the favorites. And it was an unexpected candidates. And I was pretty mentioned the situation in France hubby because we'll very much in line in the fight against terrorism, and we would very closely together following this this line. We know where we disagree, and we offer right for that on climate on trade on the internet. But we we work very well together because we have ferry wriggle on direct discussions. But obviously, you rights I would say I'm patriots. I do believe in the fact that peep out people are very important and having French people is different from John. German people. I'm not a believer in sort of thump. Globalise in without in differentiation. I think it doesn't it's very inconsistent. And it's extremely it makes people very nervous. But I'm not an a nationalist. Which is different for me from being the patriots. I do defend my people, I do defend my country. I do believe that we have a strong identity, but I must hung believer in cooperation between the different peoples. And I'm assume believer of the fact that this corporation is good for everybody where the nationalists. I'll sometimes mush more. Based on the union approach and is a low of the strongest which is not my case. Pull up y'all difference. Do you think it matters to have a personal relationship with Donald Trump because of all foreign leaders? You certainly seems to warm toward you..
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thirty four minutes past the hour we continue our coverage of president trump's trip to europe he's wrapping up two days of nato meetings earlier this morning president trump addressed the media want to bring you the latest from french president emmanuel macron he has denying reports that trump threatened to withdraw from the withdraw the us from the nato military alliance in a dispute over funding saying quote president trump never at any moment either in public or private threatened to withdraw from nato now he said the leaders of the alliance has twenty nine members met in an extraordinary session thursday morning at the request of nato secretary general john stoltenberg president trump has complained that many nato members are lagging behind in their defense spending but he did say that they have agreed to step it up president trump here's what mccrone said he's denying that president trump's claim that nato allies have agreed to boost defense spending beyond two percents of the gdp saying quote there's a communicate that was published yesterday it's very detailed the adding quote it confirms the goal of two percent by twenty twenty four that is all president trump is saying he believes in nato this morning during his news conference and that he believes he could pull out of nato without congressional approval but it's not necessary of course president trump kick things off at that breakfast with nato's secretary general jens stoltenberg in which he criticized germany for striking.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You can't really see in the meetings the divisions they did try to kind of put a happy face on everything they said that they would big knowledge that they were divided on trade issues but in public they presented this kind of positive assessment of their ability to work through these differences here's president trump in his meeting with macron for many years with the european union and we're working it out and emanuel has been very helpful in that regard and something's going to happen i think very positive trump and other leaders did not explain exactly how they would be able to find solutions to these disputes of the white house did release statements after the meetings that he had with with french president emmanuel macron and after his meeting with canadian prime minister justin trudeau saying that they weren't real went really well and that they were productive they even said that they were close to a deal on nafta with canada i'm what didn't really say how that would work there was this contentious issue of russia being added back to the g seven which president trump brought up before he left for the summit of course that would make it the eight and other other countries haven't been supportive of allowing russia back in these g meetings seven mate whatever usually end up with joint agreement some kind of stirring statement of platitudes and and shined with photogenic enthusiasm by ever world leader there you see see that happening here well is is not clear and it could be really difficult usually they do try to reach some type of a statement or something on cooperation but it seems like this time the differences are so wide that it may be hard to do that if they do reach some type of agreement things to look for would be.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"In with a with a with a real strong argument going to sway trump pretty much on on his plan to impose these tariffs speaking with alex wayne are white house team leader for bloomberg as we await french president emmanuel macron speaking for the joint houses of congress has macron taken over as the point person for us foreign policy in europe overshadowing both the berlin and london he is much closer to the president then either theresa may or so yeah i think he is i think that those two leaders of the uk and germany defer to macron a little bit and their dealings with trump because get him away they don't to be to be proclaimed us i think part of that is the fact that they're women i think that trump trump has had problems body with them macaroni easier yeah and just finally alex macro speaking with russian president vladimir putin to discuss syria and other matters is it possible that my crock can be a go between the president and the russian president in this context i don't know what macron's relationship is like with with tuten trump of course is trying to maintain a personal relationship with putin telling us we don't believe they've spoken since march twentieth but i don't know that i don't know that trump feels like you need to go between with putin i think trump feels like he can get right all right well thanks very much for being on the phone with us alex wayne are white house team leader for bloomberg as we await emmanuel macron scheduled to speak before the joint houses of congress we've of course bring that to you live right here on bloomberg radio now on a bring in uninsured of austin our senior semiconductor hardware analysts for bloomberg intelligence on on you are i don't even want to think that you're a stand in for the president of france because you're not equal weights for a equal ability in different areas texas instruments in.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"The french president emmanuel macron he's here in washington right now is making the case directly to president trump during his state visit to stay in the iran deal what are your fears if the us word of withdraw well actually what i fear that the us would draw the iran would actually stay within the and our e partners and the other countries that sign onto the deal would basically comply with iran would actually isolate us in terms of keeping iran in check we would find ourselves trying to be sickly work outside of our world partners in terms of sanctions in terms of militant matic actions alone and i think that's on the situation when a find ourselves in the middle east we are stronger when we fight our enemies or at least a work together against or four common goal if we exit this deal we will find ourselves essentially i alone trying to keep an pen in iran and i think that's gonna give us a very we put in a very weak position and we're looking at live pictures over there at the white house the president and the first lady getting ready to welcome president mccown and his wife bridget corn there arriving at the white house then they'll be helicoptering to mount vernon for dinner congressman thanks as usual for joining us thank you for having well there's more breaking news we're following president trump's pick for secretary of state facing a critical vote this hour we'll also make history as trump also possibly preparing to take very tough line with kim john thune when they meet how will the north korean tick tater respond.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"President emmanuel macron tonight in his first television appearance since the air strikes in syria is expected to discuss the attack meanwhile in new york us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says more economic sanctions are going to be put on russia for its support of syrian president bashar alassad apparent use of chemical weapons this as abc's james longman reports from beirut that the fight on the ground in syria now is about trying to determine the truth about what actually happened this morning we know that the inspectors are in syria they hope to get to the area that the suspected chemical attack happened but the russians have repeated that claim that this whole thing was faked by british intelligence pretty wild claim and they've blocked an investigation into exactly what happened the w just gathers evidence they don't attribute blame that's something that the un would have to do and the russians have already blocked so we're probably back to where we were before president trump today also sounding off about last week's fbi raid on the offices of his personal attorney michael cohen the president tweeting this morning that the rate has resulted in all lawyers being quote deflated and concerned said the president i have many too many lawyers and they are probably wondering when their offices or even homes are going to be rated with everything including their phones and computers taken cohen's lawyers friday were in federal court asking that they and not the department of justice get first crack at reviewing.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Sexual impropriety against donald trump trump going through each of the individuals who who have raised these allegations in it it it's quite a staggering list of of victims and and of course we've seen no kind of comment out of trump's camp about this but doubts comments i think would suggest that even in in that category of all the alleged crimes he believes that trump is supposedly above the law extraordinary let's leave until last still and this is an app list full thinking for frosty think a story in the independent of the inning i'd get going back to some comments that uh that that emmanuel macron made in burkinafasso over the weekend i'm an maccarone's on this kind of charm offensive across africa at the moment to put particularly going to several of france's former colonies at to try to build better relations and and to try to particularly strengthen economic ties in africa but in this big speech in ouagadougou the became foster capital a macron was trying to encourage african leaders to to embrace the frenchlanguage being and his comment was that undoubtedly franz soon will become that the number one language across africa and he said this good reason to believe that that french could become that the number one language a around the world of this was of course met by complete consternation by the burkina by journalists who were a seated in the room and much of the african press has been kind making fun of this that that micron was basically going on this to also to apologize for french colonial crimes in africa which is actually a really big deal adb noted french president has done this macron has copped a huge amount of flak back home in france but for talking about that the crimes of of the colonial period but then he seemed to undermine some of this by saying that the colonial language now should should dominate that right across africa so slightly mixed messages from macro nothing absolutely it phil clarke missy because.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"We casual observers like myself i mean we feel like there's been omitted whiplash you had seemingly the rise of nationalists forces in the uk and marine le pen in france and then that seems to have may be course corrected a bit but i'm not sure where we are i think europeans let me we shouldn't in the slightest bit be pleading ourselves without moral virtue i think like here the appropriate descriptions polarization for every person who fears and loathes refugees or others the someone who's willing say we'll hang on this is my heritage and i want to stand up for it and i was told us that four out five people on facebook have got a refugee noah refugee who by one connection now i think it's important that in europe we do recognize that the victory of emmanuel macron the strength of the two governing parties in germany the spd and the cdu the defeat villas in the netherlands are a course correction ah reaction to brexit into the american election but that doesn't mean the fights over ripe i mean europe is still in a position where it's playing catch up on the refugee crisis there are still a silent lance 2050 and sixteen being processed in germany there are still forty five thousand people in greece trapped in not had the cases dealt with so both on the policy front on the political front this work to be done in europe and as long as they're all wars multiplying and raging in the middle east and north africa but at the moment there are people fleeing from yemen to somalia forgot saying it's so as europe's proximity to the middle east north africa means as long as those rules a multiply raging it's always going to be on the front line right i mean do you think that what happened in syria has opened up something that we will not be of what is a decades on process now i'm and i really fear so the the the lebanese civil went on for fifteen years the syrian wore now inya seven.
"emmanuel macron" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Of days you undoubtedly heard or saw something about the handshake oh the handshake french president newlyelected emmanuel macron in our time well if you grew up in the early days of hbo emmanuelle benson different but emmanuel macron over at the g seven summit sat down with president trump all dean of did the rounds i did their glad handing they got their photo ops either pictures taken with one another but for some reason something about the handshake between micron and trump caused all sorts of controversy it was a show of strength and the french the way that the media's for train which is actually kind of true for the french a handshake lingered maybe a halfsecond too long is a show of strength for the french had it gone on two seconds longer i believe french law would have mandated mccrone surrender the entire country to trump i believe that i could be wrong but it's something very close to that but this is the way politica the headlines micron's has long trump handshake quote not innocent scandal already and they report french president emmanuel macron said his extended handshake with donald trump before a nato summit was not innocent and intended to show he did not make even small concessions yeah i love what constitutes a show of strength and toughest to the french don't you honestly i mean these are people who said germany we think they're going to come back over here let's build a wall with fixed guns that only goes part of the way and then we'll just call it a day so they're not exactly the greatest strategic thinkers and the la in recent history.