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"guy taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Perspectives. You're listening to America's first news this morning with Gordon deal, Thanks for spending time with us the diplomatic breakthroughs U. S officials fashioned between several major Arab nations and Israel over the past year have represented perhaps the greatest foreign policy triumph of the Trump administration. But big questions now face the so called Abraham Accords and how they will fare under the Biden administration. It's a story by Guy Taylor, National Security team leader at the Washington Times Guy explained. Well, it's interesting, Gordon. Thanks for having me. I think the key thing down this stand here is that As exciting as these so called Abraham Accords have been as a U. S foreign policy accomplishment, essentially getting for Arab powers to recognize the existence of Israel. The first Such recognition since Jordan did so back in 1994 in Egypt before that, in the late 19 seventies. Think about that for a moment. Arab countries in the Middle East other than those two that share borders with Israel refused to acknowledge it as a country. But it's so so No one disputes that the agreements now struck between Israel, the United Arab memory, It's Sudan, Morocco and behind our historic What we have to understand is that these agreements were tied to this Trump Administration initiative to get the Arab powers, including Saudi Arabia, By the way, all those the Saudis They still haven't actually signed onto the Abraham accords, but to get them to align with Israel in mutual concern over the perceived Threat posed by Iran. To the collective regional security. This is a key nuance of the Abraham accords it and and it matters right now because Joe Biden is coming to office. Signaling a desire to return the United States to the Iran nuclear deal and to essentially pursue a new detente with Tehran. And the question is how that pursue will really play out within the context of these historic Abraham. Of course, will it impact them? Most importantly, Well, it perhaps dissuade the Saudis from joining the accord were speaking with Guy Taylor, National Security team leader at the Washington Times He's written a story entitled Trump's Breakthroughs in Middle East Complicate Biden's pledge to rejoin Iran Deal S O Can there be a rejoining of the Iran deal by the US while also successfully managing the Abraham accords? I think that it's going to be very difficulty for the by the administration to do both on and I think that they know that and it's going to depend on how the Iraqi ins behave if the Iranian signal that they're going to make some sort of concessions to widen the negotiations around, Uh, maybe like a J c P o a nuclear deal to point No. I think the Biden administration will come in and push very hard for such negotiations, and they'll say, Look, we have a chance to move the ball forward. If not, I think you're gonna see the the Iran nuclear deal continue to Theo deteriorate the way that it has with disagreements about it, Iranian this behavior around it, and in that case, I think the bite administration has an opportunity to try and push on the Saudis to make a historic recognition of Israel. Impossibly even used the Abraham accord as a kind of leverage to move the Israeli Palestinian peace process forward all of its controversial as it always is in the Middle East. Try to come at it in as neutral away as possible, and that's what I did with this story. That's ah, really mean Saudi Arabia. Where to do that? That would really leave Iran isolated. Did not. You could certainly make that argument. Yeah, I mean, I think it there are risks. When you look at it within the context of the Israeli Palestinian conflict, though there are risks associated with it with it, and You know, One of the things that ended up on the cutting room floor. This time around with my story was the possibility that such a development could push the Palestinians into the Iranians. Into Iranian hands or embolden Hamas, for instance. So yeah, but that being said it would be tremendously historic if Saudi Arabia established formal diplomatic ties with Israel. After decades of of resisting recognizing Israel 70 this guy Guy Taylor, National Security team leader At The Washington Times This'll portion of the program is brought to you by Harry's. Did you make a resolution to beam or giving this year? Well, Harry's can help every year they donate 1% of sales to.

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"guy taylor" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on KTOK

"Thanks for being with us Russian president Vladimir Putin is exploiting political divisions around the impeachment in Washington his goal to drive a sharp wedge between the US and Ukraine the energy rich former Soviet Republic that Moscow has long sought to control it's a story by guy Taylor national security team leader at The Washington Times guy take us through this really artists and divide of the impeachment process on site not because the Democrats politicizing come squid pro quo you queen also very much the Republicans in their promotion of some S. narratives with regard to a letter you craning in meddling in the twenty sixteen recollection of because of growing concern among the US intelligence community will officials are watching Russia's reaction to all of this remember Russia has long sought to certain political decision in America but also to hold Ukraine back into its orbit in the post Soviet era or knowing gas which you craning used to be a Soviet Republican for years US in western Europe I have been trying to win over Ukraine is a key democracy in energy power not controlled by Moscow so the concern here is that Russian president Vladimir Putin is pretty happy right now there were used to be very clear bipartisan consensus in Washington you claim of the nation despite its own internal corruption problems that America was trying to work with and help you what we've got now instead in this impeachment crisis in Ukraine is bad Democrats and Republicans are fighting over it and Clinton is exploding Matt and we as Americans should have more awareness to this reality what has Mr Putin's sad or what kind of reaction has he offered at this point well potent took a kind of a victory lap a couple weeks ago where he made his public comments at an investment conference where he said you know look the Americans aren't aren't focused on Russian meddling anymore they're worried about Ukraine now let them work it out that really plays into a narrative that Russian intelligence has been trying to read for for quite awhile that you clean is somehow meddling in American politics US intelligence officials as well as top trump administration officials despite comments by Republicans on Capitol Hill have said that the US intelligence community communities assessment is the Ukraine was not meddling in the twenty sixteen election so this year Republicans promoting this idea that you claim that old in some sense they claim that they have a case there are some some minor examples of Ukrainian officials possibly meeting with you and he are are pretty your head of the twenty sixteen election but there's really been this push back from the US intelligence community on this saying that Hey this is a false narrative that Russian intelligence is actually been promoting to try and take the heat off of Moscow which very much did run interference camping in the twenty sixteen recollection listing with guy Taylor national security team leader at The Washington Times this piece is called smiling at the circus Putin uses impeachment probe to exacerbate riffs in the U. S. so based on what has happened here and what he has said so far what can we expect from the Russians in the weeks and months ahead as we had at the twenty twenty elections I think it's not only the Russians I think that there's this idea that if the bipartisan consensus in Washington is broken down over Ukraine it's actually being watched closely by all foreign adversary to see it as a signal that US partisan politics is increasingly Celine being clarity of US foreign policy this is really potentially bad for president trump this idea that there's no political agreement in Washington over the direction of US foreign policy that completely undercut trump on the world stage as he pursues things like NATO cohesiveness clean the Goshen shins with trying a new Iran nuclear deal nuclear o'shea shins with North Korea let alone bare knuckle diplomacy with Moscow if I all of these world leaders know that they can get around twelve by pandering to Democrats in Washington and sewing division in the overall US posture toward the world it is actually penalizes trump has an effective foreign policy leader with other world powers one person to work with thanks guy guy Taylor's national security team leader at The Washington Times nineteen minutes now after the hour.

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"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Shows are really good right now but I want to go live with Rudy guiliani what he said part of what he said in that exclusive clip the you'll only find a place TV what is it really all about Rudy this is cut six what is it really all about what this is really I think all about and that is the right training people up in reaching themselves flipping countries one by one and we we have them on videotape talking about it doing it in Ukraine we have all of the documents it's really not hard to prove we have a release document from that was leaked out from George Soros himself outlining the plan and the money is going from the state department George Soros and it is I think it's really nefarious an evil but let's just say you're in the state department and you think this is the right thing to do isn't this what Donald Trump perhaps unexpectedly stumbled on to with you that you need you'll end Donald Trump or a hand grenade in the state department because you are alive you're right right client you're right on target I will tell you one quotation I have from Ukrainian with he said to me and this is you know after hope was in office for a year and a half two years and I'm trying to get a visa for one of the witnesses he said you don't realize it everyone in Ukraine knows that this embassy works for Soros natural it it is so also rose people if we think that a guy Keller that guy Taylor justifying ambassador Taylor great military record whatever whatever whatever his embassy is the embassy that holding up the thesis go for five people that could come here and blow out ships completely fraudulent investigation sold Rudy a knowing what I know now I don't think that should what is going around that you're right I asked him one last question is our is our is our hope that this will go to the Senate and the Senate will expose all of this and he said no I'm looking for just one thing I have a hope and it's being dashed every day and I want you to hear it's because I think if there's a chance we have to assist in this I'll tell you about it next you're listening.

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"guy taylor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on WTVN

"Me you have the right to remain silent and you might want to use it this is a Sean Hannity show I twenty five so the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn who will be part of the program so Linda I'm going to as you know Linda's voice a shot today says he's that's gonna not and I'll just give you the right I just do my sexy demi Moore you know that actually she does have that rasp in her voice you're right I mean it was it was bored with it as opposed to being ill in it listen you're you're running too hard I'm telling you take a couple of days off I am I know when when when I get like yeah yeah pot meet kettle exactly right all right so I've never heard of this convention politic con all right but I had no idea how big this thing is right so we just said James call me of the right to remain silent what made me think of it and by the way there's nine thousand gas going this weekend in Nashville Tennessee and I love Nashville and I'm gonna be there Saturday from five to six debating James carvel and I'm used to debate I when I was on the road I'm debating Carmel number times member one of the last times I debated him it was in Long Island against and and the moderator was Tim Russert and sadly passed away not long after that we had a group the three of us spent a rip roaring time I once said I once debated I'm in Alabama before like the national championship game nobody wanted to talk politics and he loves college football Bigelow's you fat and so after I tried to like to debate in five or ten minutes I said all right I'm forget it I'm getting paid to be here of just all sit down and enjoy the debate his debating himself and they did a great job bodies of total pro anyway it's supposed to be this big bi partisan convention and I can call me is going to be there and then the crazy not go ahead and not out Frank it is going to be there well Sarah Sanders will be there too and by the way a guest this you get tickets available hopefully if the door if it's still open anyways I'll be there Saturday five to six I'm actually bring in a bunch of friends of mine because they want to be entertained the whole thirty off what do you think I'll be there yeah okay eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number if you want to be a part of the program I let's get her busy telephones here let's say hi to Robert in California Robert hi how are you glad you called are you sure I'm a big fan of yours I got a question for you you have reached Graham on your fox program the other night fifty grams made all kinds of proclamations about opening up investigations and sweet three she has done absolutely nothing my question to you Sean is whether you're going to call him out there said Hays time either fish I think once he ran out and also a letter yesterday made and we broke it on our show and I'm I think Lindsey Graham is waiting for the IG report he's been very clear he is going to give the inspector general Horowitz all the time he needs to explain and every minute detail what happened what he discovered this long investigation it into Faiza abuse and we also know that the scope of his investigation even goes beyond that so from my perspective is I think he's doing the right thing on that it's not in his control when it finally gets released I think what we have going on behind the scenes is a big huge fight and the fight is between the deep state and those that want justice and the deep state that says no you can't put this in there because the National Security no you can't put this so at the end of the day and I believe it's going to be the attorney general's decision and the Attorney General I think should be transparent and I'm sure all those Democrats that one of the full Muller report will be screaming for the full inspector general report unredacted I doubt it but we'll see but you know I thought what he did yesterday I think what he did in his letter was brilliant you have a start right now we can be in opening up a counter investigation with the Democrats are doing and having a L. publicly make Topol foods out of these guys and I think you should have done that I really do I think they should open the counterintelligence exactly interview the same people but have a I like your approach to the public to see that overall the transcripts available put put should do is you know when this whole conspiracy theories of trump to bed once and for all I mean just a bearish these guys giving these guys you go this flick sitting back and waiting for a report you know so with the with the furnace reports since may your honor I am frustrated as you are trust me I I am beyond frustrated at this point the only thing I can tell you and I spent the day in Washington on Monday and when I was there I met with a lot of people I talked to a lot of people and it's now it's it's done we're going to get this I think in the next week or two if I have not I'm going to burst a blood vessel and what I'm told from people that I think should know is that everything that we reported is absolutely positively a thousand percent dead on accurate period and I think shocked the conscience of the nation and also the media mob has no idea what's about to hit them because they missed one of the biggest stories of corruption and abuse of power in their lifetime but I understand your frustration Robert I share it Isabel Florida next Sean Hannity show what's going on Hey Sean your our family hero one of our heroes thank you we love you and what you do but you know I get so frustrated because I'm wondering why don't the Republicans leak out just like the other side and leaking out the lights why don't we leak out the ones that are in there the Republicans are in there well we know certain things happen for example they were all hyped up and jacked up yesterday they kept going out there saying no this is devastating yesterday on Ukraine you everybody missed it and then start talking about this person Taylor William Taylor the problem is William Taylor and they release the part that they liked about a statement but they didn't release the exchange with John Radcliffe is John Radcliffe I was told by numerous people tore him up and it was a big down by the time it was all done and just say every other wit and Sunderland by the way also came out and said no what this guy Taylor William Taylor saying is false so now you got to separate accounts the only problem is the account of Sunderland is the same account that everybody else gave which is there was no quid pro quo now we don't even need their take on whether it was a quid pro quo because we got the transcript transcript couldn't be any more clear everybody seems to want to know if there was foreign election interference in twenty twenty but they ignore the dirty Russian dossier de Nord that is like they ignore anything about any Republican the the I believe but I don't want to believe the woman that accuses the democratic lieutenant governor this is beyond hyper partisan this is destructive towards the country they are hurting the country when they do this and it's not gonna end well for anybody and they're going to impeach a president over doing his job is there will be no end to this madness and I'll tell you it is that it this in itself is abusing power but the at the end of the day here's one bit a really good news site let's say they impeach him let's say they go through that they jumped out of the airplane the can't climb back again and they're going to twist and turn and bust every arm of every caucus member of the Democratic Party you've got to do this for your party by bye bye even if they don't want to see if any of them is strong enough to tell the pound sand and well what's next then you you're probably I can see a scenario and we shouldn't have a trial in the Senate it is an illegal inquiry it is a it unconstitutional Hey Corey you know the letter the pats of Bologna rope was just dead on accurate it is invalid they never voted on it basic due process rights separation of power all been denied and I think for the the Republicans in the Senate you know to out even allow this invalid impeachment impeachment inquiry to go forward the sham inquiry you know because they want to reverse the twenty sixteen election that we've got a year to go one of the try and win at the ballot box they know they can't but the trying to thirty the water is now for twenty twenty you know that this is never happened in modern times there is zero due process everything is secret this is a Venezuelan you know vin del Castro Cuba former Soviet Union secrecy here and where I'm told by everybody that I know that is a credible source it is blowing up in their faces every single person that they bring in that room so there's a reason they don't want transparency I thought they wanted transparency the one transparency they want to hide it and they want to take a few nuggets and we get to the the media so they can build up their poll numbers but eventually it's all going to have to come out in the open they want to do this then they're gonna have to bring this out to the American people and if they played this level of political gamesmanship and they denied due process well we at least in the end we get the say and we get to vote in November of twenty twenty I don't predict and I hope I'm right that every single American that finds this this process corrupted disgusting and what they're doing to the country and how they do nothing to help the American people I hope everybody wakes up to the fact that you know what you they should be taken to task for this the best thing we can do is send them packing and see if we can get people that actually care about safety security peace and prosperity for the country Machel Wisconsin the all important swing state Wisconsin what's going on Michelle how are you Hey it's an honor to speak with you are you give me hope for the future because it's pretty scary out there what is there in this you don't want to be in the store where we are everyday I'll tell you that no it's it's not it's it's I find myself having to explain a lot to my kids and shipped people who will actually listen who want to have a discussion and I found a way of comparing the politics as they're going on today I want to get your opinion on it and I think this one has like a restaurant and there's a dress code you can't get in without a reservation and it's not open to the public the politicians are Democrats and the Republicans who both are regulars at this restaurant and the workers are the government aid agencies the department and mainstream media out there the people work there the guests come in the order of the menu which is political flavor savers so the lesson never gonna call Joe Biden for being a regular at this restaurant because they're all vying for position to get the VIP table in the back room with even more menu options and my senators Ron Johnson and I don't think he's he dying that lay swamp but he probably has friends who do and this is why I think it's a really sensitive issue in politics in general and public health department he knows the rats in the tax ID menu and they want you come out isn't it there there are Republicans swamp creatures also listen out of these Republicans don't have a backbone to their name they are you know their knees buckle they like being called senators and congressmen and the perceived power that they have.

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In DC politics. She's here later in the hour. A major player has emerged over the past year in internal state Parvin family wellness initiatives. Susan pale. Wife of secretary of state. Mike Pompeo has taken cues from a couple of wives of former CIA director's who built up family initiatives at the CIA when their husbands headed the agency, you'll recall, Mr. Pompeo, was also CIA director before becoming America's top diplomat last year. More on MRs Pompeo's emerging role from guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Guy, what have you seen this third time? She traveled with him. She captured some international headlines back in January when she went with him to the Middle East and at the time, we're in a government shutdown. And there was some media reports that diplomatic unnamed sources, of course complained that it was inappropriate that she would travel with him. At a time when a lot of State Department employees weren't getting paycheck because of the shutdown. So what's interesting is that she would be willing to talk at this time, and she, she kind of opened up in this really behind the scenes way where she talked about how, you know, Mike punt Pao's got this, this reputations as somebody who's really liked in private meetings of having the sort of charisma when the cameras are turned off. Other foreign leaders and diplomats like appreciate biz. They seem to leave meetings with him smiling. Even when they vehemently disagree with his conservative policies such as on Iran, nuclear deal, trashing, the, the Obama administration's foreign policies species is promotion of Trump's America. I dare etc. So in public on pale has other reputation of somebody who's really kind of stiff and a little bit. Grow cheat he doesn't really connect on charisma level. That say former secretary of State, John Kerry did on his trips around the world, especially in Europe, and that's where Susan pond, pale really comes in where if she's traveling with her husband suddenly, you'll see him out in public smiling at times, which is which is interesting. It's almost like he's a little bit softer and more likable. It's definitely an interesting dynamic, and anything, you know in terms of inside baseball. Ball. It's worth considering given that she is traveling, as far as we know on the taxpayer dime speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. His piece is called. Do you feel safe? Susan Pompeo happiness and security of diplomatic families, her mission, so you mentioned she mentioned to you that she asks, do you feel safe? She picked us up on her own. I think it's a big priority for Mike Pompeo and look, I'm not going to pretend that I went into deep discussion with pump Heo about this. But the presumption from the journalistic side is in secretary Pompeo really made a name for himself back in the Benghazi hearings that really went after then secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, where of course ambassador Chris Stevens had died in a terrorist attack and Libya. And Pompeii really made a name. Himself on that you can imagine that now that he is the, the tide will have switched. And here he is, as secretary of state disa- Curie of diplomats a huge issue for him. He's, he's kind of obsessed with it because I think he understands that it would be politically bad, if there were an incident in which American diplomats were endangered on his watch. But at the same time, you know, the whole Benghazi thing away from politics that Harvick incident really elevated the awareness of the fact that American diplomats out dangerous situations. You just don't really hear about it. We've got embassies in well, over one hundred countries around the world. And like a big thing for him. And I and I think that, that Susan peyot she has a unique opportunity to, to really. Yeah. Look at the secretary of state spouse shows up at your embassy, and you might you, you as a career diplomat you at your among hundred American State Department employees at an embassy anywhere in the world. And the secretary of state comes through, you might get a selfie with him or human. It's of private greeting that he gives diplomats. But if the Sixers States White shows up and his actually holding a round table meeting. You know, you've got a chance to sit down with the top directly and talk in a kind of author wick, it was interesting because she told me that she feels that people are really genuine with her, and these meetings, the Astor. I said, you know, do you think people just tell you what you wanna hear played about, you know, no this being like a whistle blower thing. And, and she, she definitely felt that people are people are genuine, and they recognize kind of uniqueness. It is this setup sort of unfolded before guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Thirteen minutes now after the.

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"guy taylor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The hour. A major player has emerged over the past year in internal state -partment family wellness initiatives. Susan Pompeo wife of secretary of state. Mike Pompeo has taken cues from a couple of wives of former CIA director's who built up family initiatives at the CIA when their husbands. Head of the agency. You'll recall Mr. Pompeo was also CIA director before becoming America's top diplomat last year. More on MRs Pompeo's emerging role from guy Taylor, national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times guy, what have you seen this time? She travelled with him. She captured some international headlines back in January when she went with him to the Middle East and at the time, we're in a government shutdown, and there was some media reports that diplomatic unnamed sources, of course complained that it was inappropriate that she would travel with him. At a time when a lot of State Department employees weren't getting paychecks because of the shutdown. So what's interesting is that she would be willing to talk at this time. And she, she kind of opened up in this really behind the scenes way where she talked about how, you know, Mike, Pompeo's got this, this kind of reputations as somebody who's really liked in private meetings of having the sort of charisma when the cameras are turned off other foreign leaders and diplomats. They wrote like appreciate this. They always seem to leave meetings with him smiling, even when they vehemently disagree with who's conservative policies such as on Iran, nuclear deal, trashing the Obama administration's foreign pulsing species, his promotion of Trump's America, first posture, etc. So in public palm peyot has this other reputation of somebody who's really kind of stiff in a little bit growth. He, he doesn't really connect on a quiz Mwale that say, former secretary of State, John Kerry did on his trips around the world, especially in Europe, and that's where Susan pond, pale really comes in where if she's traveling with her husband, suddenly, you'll see him out in public smiling at times, which is which is interesting. It's almost like he's a little bit softer and more likable. It's definitely an interesting dynamic, and anything, you know, in terms of inside baseball, it's worth considering given that she is traveling, as far as we know on the taxpayer dime. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. His piece is called. Do you feel safe? Susan Pompeo happiness and security of diplomatic families her mission. So you mentioned or she mentioned to you that she asks, do you feel safe? She picked us up on her own. I think it's a big priority for Mike Pompeo and look, I'm not gonna pretend that I went into deep discussion with Susan Pompeo about this. But the presumption from the journalistic side is in secretary Pompeo really made a name for himself back in the Benghazi hearings that really went after then check, Patrice state Hillary Clinton where, of course ambassador Chris Stevens had died and terrorist attack and Libya, and Pompeo really paid a name for himself on that. So you can imagine that now that he is the tide th- the roles have switched and here he is, as secretary of state the security of diplomats a huge issue for him. He's, he's, he's kind of obsessed with it because I think he understands that it would be politically bad, if they were an incident in which American diplomats were endangered on his watch. But at the same time, you know the whole Benghazi. Z thing away from politics that Harvick incident really elevated the awareness of the fact that American diplomats out dangerous situations. You just don't really hear about it. We've got embassies and well over one hundred countries around the world. And like a big thing for him. And I and I think that, that Susan Pompeo, she has a unique opportunity to, to really look at the secretary of state spouse shows up at your embassy. And you might you as a career diplomat year. You're amongst one hundred American State Department employees at an embassy anywhere in the world. And the secretary of state comes through, you might get a selfie with him or a few minutes of private greeting that he gives diplomats. But if the of states, wife shows up, and has actually holding a round table meeting. You know, you've got a chance to sit down with the top directly and talk and kind of author wick, it was interesting because she told me that she feels that people are really. Genuine with her, and these meetings, the Astra should, you know, do you think people just tell you what you wanna hear? They're afraid about, you know no this being like a whistle blower thing. And, and she, she definitely felt that people are people are genuine, and they recognize kind of uniqueness this, this setup that sort of unfolded before our eyes guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain, or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did they never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms Twee discovered that execrated pancreatic insufficiency or EP. I may be the reason for my stomach issues EP is caused by my pancreas. It leads to diarrhea,.

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"guy taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Expert insights world-class reporting you're listening to america's first news this morning with gordon deal thanks for joining us a major player has emerged over the past year in internal state department family wellness initiatives susan pompeo wife of secretary of state mike pompeo has taken cues from a couple of wives of former c._i._a. director's who built up family initiatives at the c._i._a. when their husbands headed the agency you'll recall mr pompeo was also c._i._a. director before becoming america's top diplomat last year more on mrs pompeo's emerging role from guy taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the washington times guy explain time she travelled with him she captured some international headlines back in january when she went with him to the middle east and at the time we were in a government shutdown and there was some media reports that diplomatic unnamed sources of course complained that it was inappropriate that she would travel with him at a time when a lot of state department employees weren't getting paychecks because of the shutdown so what's interesting is that she would be willing to talk at this time and she kind of opened up in this really behind the scene way where she talked about how you know mike pont has got this this kind of asian as somebody who's really liked in private meetings of having the sort of charisma when the cameras are turned off other foreign leaders and diplomats like appreciate this they seem to leave meetings with him smiling even when they vehemently disagree with his conservative policies such as on iran nuclear deal trashing the obama administration species is promotion trump's america first austere etc so in public pompeii on has other reputation of somebody who's really kind of stiff in a little bit grow cheat he doesn't really connect on charisma level that say former secretary of state john kerry did on his trips around the world especially in europe and that's where susan pond pale really comes in where if she's traveling with her husband suddenly you'll see him out in public smiling at times which is which is interesting it's almost like a little bit softer and more likable it's definitely an interesting dynamic and i think you know in terms of inside baseball it's worth considering given that she is a traveling as far as we know on the taxpayer dime speaking with guy taylor national security editor at the washington times his piece is called do you feel safe susan pompeo makes happiness and security of diplomatic families her mission so you mentioned or she mentioned to you that she asks do you feel safe she picked us up on her own i think it's a big priority for mike pompeo and look i'm not going to pretend that i went into deep discussion with susan pompeo about this but the presumption from the journalistic side secretary pompeo really made a name for himself back in the benghazi hearing that really went after then secretary of state hillary clinton where of course ambassador chris stevens had died in a terrorist attack and libya and pay really paid a name from cell phone that you can imagine that now that he is the tide the roles have switched and here he is as secretary of state the security of diplomatic huge issue for him he's he's kind of obsessed with it because i think he understand that it would be politically bad if an incident in which american diplomats were endangered on his watch but time you know your whole benghazi thing away from politics is that harvick incident really elevated the awareness of the fact that american diplomats out in dangerous situations you just don't really hear about it we've got embassies in well over one hundred countries around the world and to a big thing for him and i and i think that that susan peyot she has a unique opportunity to really look at the secretary of state spouse shows up at your m._d. you might you you as a career diplomat year you're amongst you hundred american state department employees at an embassy anywhere in the world and the secretary of state comes through you might get a selfie with him or a few minutes of a private greeting that he gives diplomats but if the sixers states white shows up and his actually holding a roundtable meeting you've got a chance to sit down with the top directly in talk and kind of author Away. Thanks guy. Guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times..

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"guy taylor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Further analysis now from guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's back with us for a second day now from Vietnam where he was on the tarmac waiting to board the secretary of state's plane to return home today guy, what was said, well, Gordon, President Trump in his customary fashion, very revealing press conference in which he basically laid out how these negotiations came down to a disagreement over how much the North Koreans will be able to concede on the nuclear front in exchange for a major sanctions relief by the United States. And no deal was reached and President Trump said, you know, I it's best to walk away in a situation like that the president tried very hard and his press conference right after the end of the summit to bake it. Appears if this was a positive summit, even though there was no peace declaration signed. Really nothing came of it. Others than the fact that the two most talked about men in the world met first second time. So no agreement even council lunch to that mean that things went south toward the end. President Trump and secretary of state palm peyot did their best to bow. That things did not go south. There was just a friendly disagreement in terms of what the North Koreans would give up in exchange for sanctions Turley. Now, it's possible that Kim Chong-Il may have gotten from his own intelligence services or turning on the television and hotel may have gotten word if the developments back in Washington seen Michael Cullen on television and thought, you know, President Trump meets the victory so badly right now perhaps chase should up the stakes on what I'm offering him. I could throw anything on the table. And he might take it AB. The North Korean leader offered a little too far either way, President Trump at secretary palm pale together on the US team stepped back and they tried to portrayed as if they step back in a positive way. They really are trying not to suspend this as if it were a failure. President Trump indicated that he hopes there will be more meetings that can be worked out there will be more negotiations. Become this is not a breakdown in the diplomats push that we've seen. It's not a breakdown in the slow warming of relations. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi. Vietnam. Just watched the end of two days of meetings between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong own were no agreement was reached might the current US. Sanctions. I guess that will remain in place continue to squeeze North Korea and bring them back to the table. Absolutely President Trump. I know looking like the deal maker knows business men that he attempts to fashion self as or portray himself as he he made it very clear that there's there's been no lifting of US. Sanctions sanctions will be lifted. He he talked about this in a very lively press conference here right after coming directly from the meeting with Kim Jong UN, and he talked about this is if it were to business gotten together, and and that Donald Trump was just telling a harder line than Kim Jong Il. And maybe they'll meet again has this likely received in the rest of Asia. I think it'll be interesting to see if there's criticism Gordon of the fact that the United States went along with what was a very big and expensive summit here in Vietnam. There really wasn't a major positive or even minor positive tangible outcome from it. I think that that could draw some criticism at the same time. You heard President Trump praised China praise. Japanese South Korean and try to make it appears that he's in the middle of a major diplomatic development here in in right in the heart of Asia. Will there be a third summit? Trump was a little bit vague on that he indicated that he hopes there will be future talks did not give a specific date at all Gordon. So I think that's up in the air. I think the big question at at on. Everyone's mind is the world today move closer or farther away from the possibility of a nuclear war type confrontation, and I think that's an unknown. Nice guy guy Taylor. National security editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi Vietnam..

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"He's known as really the bare knuckle background player on John loons. He's seventy three years old. So he's almost twice as more than twice the age of the thirty five year old. Peter. She is. Sort of hard nosed character in the back running and he's got this reputation after North Korea held its third nuclear bomb detonation test. Here's ago, he was quoted as saying that things like to see South Korea in an ACO. Fires. Of course, Kim Yong is also the front man here. He's the guy that came to Washington a month ago and got the meeting with Mike Pompeo secretary of state and was Trump at the White House. And after that meeting this summit was set. So obviously young troll is carrying water working as a close confidant of King, John the question is as. This summit to longer negotiations to follow afterwards. Went kim. Yong troll play. He he has a big hand in deciding whether these things move quickly or did they drag on and on? And so he he's a key player in all of this. We're speaking with guy Taylor at the Washington Times. He's the national security editor he is in Hanoi. Vietnam for the Trump Kim summit how much of this guy is about Mr Kim just trying to preserve his dynasty or power that he's he's really the whole thing is under girding. Why Kim Jong is in agreeing to this diplomacy right now, Kim Jong repeated speeches over the last five years has promised to bring economic development to North Korea. He's trying to shift the focus of us regime away from just pursuing nuclear weapons and the possibility. Of opening it to some kind of economic advancement that never really happened when it's father and grandfather weren't power. So this idea that possibly Kim Jong onboard abandoned his weapon almost seldom if you would been in that way. The country would give them up in exchange for a big economic package start with sanctions relief that the hope of the American side. That's the idea that is has kind of got on Benton behind this summit even taking place to begin with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times..

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04:43 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi guy. What kind of specific? So these guys after signed is coming into this, Gordon. Pudding public wins behind peace declaration, basically informally ending the Korean war. Remember, the Korean war was frozen in the early nineteen fifties with an armistice. But there was never a peace treaty. So this peace declaration will be a major step toward a peace treaty. And that seemed to be something that the North Koreans really wanted. The question becomes what are the North Koreans going to possibly get up as the next day unfolds here from their side or something? Specific about their nuclear program, and they're going to declare nuclear sites, for instance. Perhaps use the term inspectors indication that he's ready to once again allow international nuclear inspectors in the North Korea. That would be considered a breakthrough from the American side. Is there really a consideration that North Korea would give up nuclear and ballistic missiles completely now. That's that's the big eighty thousand foot question that looms over this. Shenanigans. If you would have this in this game. Splash in summit here. Kim Jon known negotiating for instance, the top guy beneath Kim, Jon is Kim Yang. Kim was loyal to Kim Jones during Glenn father, and he's pretty much credited with foiling past nuclear negotiations. He's also credited with. Greg these things out without giving anything up until the Americans go throw bumpy election. And there's a new president was he the one who masterminded to that that hack of some US data and didn't he say something along the lines of like you wanted to burn South Korea? Kim Yong notorious hardliner he's known as really the ban knuckle background player on John loons, seventy three years old. So he's almost twice as more than twice the age of thirty five year old. He is. Sort of hard nosed character in the back running and he's got this reputation after North Korea held its third nuclear bomb detonation test years ago, he was quoted as saying things like to see South Korea enveloped in a sea of fires. Of course, Kim Young troll is also the frontman here. He's the guy that came to Washington a month ago and got the meeting with Mike Pompeo secretary of state and was Trump at the White House after that meeting. This summit was set. So obviously is carrying water and working as a close confidant of Kim Jong. And the question is as. This summit. Longer negotiations to follow afterwards or Kim Yong troll play. He he has a big hand in deciding whether these things move or did they drag on and on in aware? So he he's a key player in all this tool. We're speaking with guy Taylor at the Washington Times. He's the national security editor he is in Hanoi. Vietnam for the Trump Kim summit how much of this guy is about Mr Kim just trying to preserve his dynasty or power bad. He's he's really good at the whole thing. That's under girding wind Kim Jong. In a green diplomacy right now, Kim Jong UN in repeated speeches over the last five years has promised to bring development to North Korea. He's trying to shift the focus of his regime away from Jess pursuing nuclear weapons and the possibility of opening it to some kind of economic advancement. It never really happened when his father and grandfather weren't power. So this idea that possibly Kim on board abandoned his weapon Domo seldom if you would have been in that way that the country would give them up in exchange for a big economic package. You could start with sanctions relief. That's really the hope the American side. That's the idea that has has kind of got combined summit even taking place to begin with guy guy Taylor. National security editor at the Washington Times..

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04:53 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Return. Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam guy. Both men have something to prove, you know, they call it the the prisoner's dilemma. Got this intertwined inter- intertwined. President Trump and the obviously he's got the Michael Cohen scenario going on right now in Washington, but he's got he's facing reelection end of its term at twenty twenty noes major foreign policy victory. So she's up against it needs to deliver. Same time Kim Jong coming up on the five year anniversary of this major economic Copeland in North Korea that he's basically a very small, it's yielded almost no results. Economically for North Korea needs to show that he's doing something that will be to an opening up North Korea and of economy, and that starts getting sanctions lifted. So these guys have domestic political impetus to keep this thing going at the very least I do use the word victory there. How would victory be defined by each side? I think that the North Koreans will. See it as a victory just in terms of summit. They can get the Trump administration to use the word same. Whether that word is join whatever comes out of this later this week or President Trump tweets it indicates that the possibility of a reduction in Sanchez's on the immediate horizon. From the American side, I think it's the word inspectors Kim Jong says that in a post-summit press conference indicates that he'll allow international nuclear inspectors that would be considered a victory for the American side that word or or something about that. And make it into a joint statement, Mike sources are telling me that the North Koreans trying right now in these behind the scenes negotiations going on right now here in Vietnam. Trying really hard to make sure that joint statement is as big as possible. Exactly what they did in in Singapore as well. For speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi, Vietnam. Watching the Trump Kim summit, you mentioned the possibility to of liaison offices, possibly in DC and Pyongyang. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the parts mine sources that are that are close to the negotiations say at this we as on office issue is the author of the Americans to open some kind of diplomatic facilities. Is pretty close to the center of the table questions. Whether or not the North Koreans are really going on. Remember the North Koreans already have in office. They have it at the United Nations. So. What are they gonna get out of that? They're not going to open an embassy in Washington. It's unclear whether they even have the interest to do that right now. The other thing is that this diplomatically as on office has been brought up as a a nugget in past negotiations Americans have offered in the past thinking that the North Koreans wanted it only to have an ice creams come at them and say, well, we never even wanted that to begin with. So it's a little bit unclear whether that's going to be a product of this summit that comes out of it. But I I think he's a possibility. It's something that we might might see here later this week is an announcement that there's a move forward. Closer diplomat relations between the United States North Korea, which as you know, have been frozen or extremely cold for for more than a decade now and then finish up with the possibility of US troops in South Korea being reduced any chance of that is part of all this, Gordon. There's always a chance. We have a somewhat unorthodox and unpredictable and a lot of people say this is why he's effective. The president of the United States. And you know, the Donald Trump has made it clear that he wants to bring American troops home from places where they've been for many many years, but I don't think that Donald Trump has said explicitly that he wants to take troops home from the Korean peninsula. There about thirty thousand US troops in South Korea. They've been there for more than. Century. And remember they have a carpets there reaches beyond just the North Korean crisis. They're the largest American ground military footprint on increasingly militarized China. And all of President Trump's has indicated that the troops issues not on the table at this juncture guy guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi,.

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05:14 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on KTOK

"First meeting between a sitting US president and a North Korean leader last summer in Singapore. And with great fanfare, but little substance over how to dismantle North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, this time both sides are likely to feel pressured to agree on specific measures. What concrete steps North Korea will take to give up the weapons and what the United States will offer in return. Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam guy. Both men have something to prove, you know, they call it the the prisoner's dilemma. Got this intertwined intertwined me where President Trump, obviously, he's got that Michael Cohen scenario going on right now in Washington, but he's got. Reelection it end of its term at twenty twenty. The major foreign policy victory. So she's up against it needs to deliver here at the same time Kim Jong it's coming up on the five year anniversary of major economic program in North Korea that his basically, very small healed. It's almost no results economically for North Korea. He needs to show that that he's doing something that will be to an opening up North Korea and and of economy, and that starts with getting sanctions lifted. So these guys have domestic political impetus to keep this thing going at the very least I do use the word victory there. How would victory be defined by each side? I think that the North Koreans will see as a victory. Just in terms of summit if they can get the Trump administration to use the word sanction. What does that word is? Join whatever joint statement comes out of this later this week or President Trump tweets it indicates that the possibility of a reduction in sanctions is on the immediate horizon. From the American side, I think it's the word inspectors Kim Jong be says that in a post-summit press conference indicates that he'll allow international nuclear inspectors that would be considered a victory for the American side. Does that word or something about that make it into a joint and my sources are telling me that the North Koreans train right now. Behind the scenes negotiations going on right now here in Vietnam. They're trying really hard to make sure that joint statement is as possible should exactly what they did in in Singapore as well. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi, Vietnam. Watching the Trump Kim summit. You mentioned the possibility to of liaison offices, possibly in DC and Pyongyang. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the parts of my sources that are that are close to the negotiations say that this we as on office issue is the author of the Americans to open some kind of a diplomatic facilities. Join. Pretty close to the center of the table questions. Whether or not the North Koreans are really going to embrace that remember the North Koreans already happened office. Thanks. They have it at the United Nations. So so what are they gonna get out of that? They're not going to open an embassy in Washington. It's unclear whether they even have the interest to do that right now. And the other thing is that this diplomatically as on offense has been brought up as a a nugget in past negotiations. Americans have offered in the past thinking North Koreans wanted it. Only to have the North Koreans come at them and say, well, we never even wanted that to begin with. So it's a little bit unclear whether that's going to be a product of this summit later that comes out of it. But I I think it's a possibility it's happening that we might might see here later this week is an announcement that there's a move forward. Closer diplomatic relations between the United States North Korea. Which as you know, have been frozen are extremely cold for for more than a decade now and then finish up with the possibility of US troops in South Korea being reduced any chance of that as part of all this. But Gordon, there's always a chance. We have a somewhat unorthodox and unpredictable and a lot of people say this is why he's effective president of the United States. And you know, the Donald Trump has made it clear that he wants to blame American Trump's home from places where they've been stationed for many years, but I don't think the Donald Trump has said explicitly that he wants to take troops home from the Korean peninsula. There about thirty thousand US troops in South Korea. They've been there for more than half a century. And and remember they have a purpose there that reaches beyond just the north crisis. They're the largest American clown military footprint. Increasingly militarized, China and all of President Trump's team has indicated that the troops that she was not on the table at this juncture guy guy Taylor national security, editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi,.

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05:15 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"A sitting US president and North Korean leader last summer in Singapore. And with great fanfare, but little substance over how to dismantle North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, this time both sides are likely to feel pressured to agree on specific measures. What concrete steps North Korea will take to give up the weapons and what the United States will offer in return. Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam guy. Both men have something to prove they call it sort of the the prisoner's dilemma. Got this intertwined intertwined me where a President Trump. And obviously, he's got Michael Cohen scenario going on right now in Washington, but he's got he's facing reelection. His term is twenty twenty. A major foreign policy victory. So she's up against it needs to deliver. Here. The same time Kim Jong UN it's coming up on the five year anniversary of this major economic program in North Korea that his basically very small, it's healed. It's almost no results economically for North Korea. So he needs to show that that he's doing something that will be to an opening up North Korea and of economy, and that starts with getting sanctions lifted. So so both of these guys have domestic political impetus to keep this thing going at the very least I do use the word victory there. How would victory be defined by each side? I think that the North Koreans will see it as a victory. Just in terms of summit if they can get the Trump administration to use the word sanction. Whether that word is the joint whatever joint statement comes out of this later this week or President Trump tweets it or indicates that the possibility of a reduction in sanctions is on the media horizon. From the American side, I think it's the word inspectors Kim Jong says that in a post-summit press conference indicates that he'll allow international nuclear inspectors that would be considered a victory for the American side. It does that word or something about that. And make it into a joint statement. My sources are telling me that the North Koreans trying right now. These negotiations going on right now here in Vietnam. Trying really hard to make sure that joint statement is as big as possible should exactly what they did in Singapore as well speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi, Vietnam. Watching the Trump Kim summit, you mentioned the possibility to of liaison offices, possibly in DC and Pyongyang. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the book my sources that are that are close to the negotiations say that this we as on office issue is the author of the Americans to open some kind of a diplomatic facility. Join. Pretty close to the center of the table questions. Whether or not the North Koreans are really going to embrace that. Remember, the North Koreans already have an office in the United States. They have it at the United Nations. So what are they gonna get out of that? They're not going to open an embassy in Washington. It's unclear whether they even have the interest to do that right now. And the other thing is that this diplomatically as on offense has been brought up as a nugget impasse negotiations. We offered in the past thinking North Koreans wanted it only to have the creams come at them and say, well, we never even wanted that to begin with. So it's a little bit unclear whether that's going to be a product of this summit later that comes out of it. But I I think it's a possibility. It's something that we might might see here later this week is an announcement that there's a move forward. Closer diplomatic relations between the United States North Korea. Which as you know, have been frozen are extremely cold for for more than a decade now and then finish up with the possibility of US troops in South Korea being reduced any chance of that as part of all this. But Gordon, there's always a chance. We have a somewhat unorthodox and unpredictable and a lot of people say this is why he's effective president of the United States. And you know, the Donald Trump has made it clear that he wants to bring American Trump's home from places where they've been stationed for many years, but I don't think that Donald Trump has said explicitly that he wants to take troops home from the Korean peninsula. There about thirty thousand US troops in South Korea. They've been there for more than half a century. And and remember they have a purpose there that reaches beyond just the North Korean crisis. They're the largest American military foot. Increasingly militarized, China and all of President Trump's team has indicated that the troops. She not on the table at this juncture guy guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam..

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05:15 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Meeting between a sitting US president and North Korean leader last summer in Singapore. And with great fanfare, but little substance over how to dismantle North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, this time both sides are likely to feel pressured to agree on specific measures. What concrete steps North Korea will take to give up the weapons and what the United States will offer in return. Let's get further analysis now from the summit. That's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam guy. Both men have something to prove, you know, they call it the the prisoner's dilemma. Got this intertwined intertwined me where President Trump, obviously, he's got the Michael Cohen scenario going on right now in Washington, but he's got reelection end of his term at twenty twenty need them major foreign policy victory. So she's up against it needs to deliver here at the same time Kim Jong known he's coming up on the five year anniversary of major economic program and North Korea that his basically a very small healed. It's almost no results economically for North Korea. He needed to show that that he's doing something that will be to an opening up North Korea and Gloser of economy that starts with getting sanctions lifted. So both of these guys have domestic political impetus to keep this thing going at the very least use the word victory there. How would victory? Be defined by each side. I think that the North Koreans will see it as a victory in terms of summit. If they can get the Trump administration to use the word sanction, whether that word is the joint whatever killing statement come out of this later this week or President Trump tweets it or indicates that the possibility of a reduction in sanctions is on the immediate horizon. From the American side, I think it's the word inspectors if Kim Jong. Says that in a post-summit press conference indicates that he'll allow international nuclear inspectors that would be considered a victory for the American side. It does that word or something about that. Make it into a joint statement, Mike sources are telling me that the North Koreans trying right now. Behind the scenes negotiations going on right now here in Vietnam. They're trying really hard to make sure that joint statement is as big as possible to exactly what they did in in Singapore as well. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi, Vietnam. Watching the Trump Kim summit, you mentioned the possibility to of liaison offices, possibly in DC and Pyongyang. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the do mine sources that are that are close to the negotiations say that this we as on office issue is the author of the Americans to open some kind of a diplomatic facility. Is pretty close to the center of the table. Question is whether or not the North Koreans are really going to embrace that. Remember, the North Koreans have an office in the United States. They have it at the United Nations. So what are they gonna get out of that? They're not going to open an embassy in Washington. It's unclear whether they even have the interest to do that right now. And the other thing is that this diplomatically as on office has been brought up as a a nugget in past negotiations. We Americans have offered in the past thinking North Koreans wanted only to have an ice creams come at them and say, well, we never even wanted that to begin with. So it's a little bit unclear whether that's going to be a product of this summit later that comes out of it. But I think it's a possibility a topping that we might might see here later this week is an announcement that there's a move forward. Closer diplomatic relations between the United States North Korea. Which as you know, have been frozen are extremely cold for for more than a decade now and then finish up with the possibility of US troops in South Korea being reduced any chance of that. As part of all this, Gordon, there's always a chance. We have a somewhat unorthodox and unpredictable and a lot of people say this is why use effective the president of the United States know that Donald Trump has made it clear that he wants to blame American Trump's home from places where they've been stationed for many years, but I don't think that Donald Trump has said explicitly that he wants to keep troops home from the Korean peninsula. There about thirty thousand US troops in South Korea. They've been there for more than. Century. And remember they have a purpose. There that reaches beyond just the north crisis. They're the largest American ground with military footprint of increasingly militarized China. And all of President Trump's has indicated that the troops issues not on the table at this juncture guy guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam..

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04:28 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi guy. We're kind of specific. So these guys after scientists coming into this, Gordon. Putting public win behind. And. Informally ending the Korean war. Remember the Korean war was early nineteen fifties with an armistice. But there was never a peace treaty. So this peace declaration would be a major step toward a peace treaty in that seemed to be something that the North Koreans really want. The question becomes what are the North Koreans going to possibly give up as the next thing unfolds here from their side, I'm say something specific about their nuclear program, and they're going to declare nuclear sites, for instance. Perhaps use the term inspectors given indication that he's ready to once again, allow international inspectors into North Korea's that would be considered a breakthrough from the American side is the really of consideration that North Korea would give up nuclear and ballistic missiles completely now that's offense too. Big eighty thousand question that looms over this. Shenanigans. If you would have this gigantic media splash in summit. That's that here. You've got to look at Kim Jon negotiating team. For instance, the top guy Kim Jong Il, Kim Yong was loyal to Kim Jones father and grandfather, and he's pretty much credited with foiling past negotiations. He's also credited with. Drag things out without ever really giving anything up until the Americans. Go throw a bumpy election. And there's a new president he the one who masterminded to that that hack of some US data and didn't he say on the lines of like he wanted to burn South Korea? Troll is a notorious hardliner. He's known as really the bare knuckle background player on John loons, seventy three years old. So he's almost twice more than twice the age of thirty five year old dictator. She is. Sort of the heart knows character in the background running. And he's got this after North Korea. Third nuclear bomb detonation test years ago. He was quoted as saying that things like to see South Korea enveloped in a CEO. Fires. Kim Yong troll is also the front man here. He's the guy that came to Washington a month ago and got the meeting with Mike Pompeo secretary of state Trump at the White House after that meeting. This summit was set. So obviously, Kim Young is carrying water in working as a close. Confidant of Kim Jon the question is as. This summit longer negotiations to follow afterwards went or Kim. Young play. He he has a big hand in deciding whether these things move or did they drag on and on and so he he's a key player. And all we're speaking with guy Taylor at the Washington Times. He's national security editor he is in Hanoi. Vietnam for the Trump Kim summit how much of this guy is about of Mr Kim just trying to preserve his dynasty or power bad. He's he's really the whole thing. That's under girding. Why Kim Jong is in a green diplomacy right past Kim Jong UN in repeated speeches over the last five years has promised to bring economic development to North Korea. He's trying to shift the focus of his regime away from Jesse pursuing nuclear weapons and the possibility of opening it to some kind of economic advancement that. Never really happened when his father and grandfather weren't power so. Possibly came on board abandoned his weapon Domo seldom. If you would that way. Way that the country would give them up in exchange for economic package. You could start with sanctions relief. That's really the of the American side. That's the idea that is has kind of on combined. Somebody even taking place to begin with guy guy Taylor. National security editor at the Washington Times..

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04:43 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Let's get further analysis now from the summit that's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from guy what kind of specific. So these guys after scientists coming into this court. Putting a public win behind. Declaration. Informally ending the Korean war. Remember, the Korean war was frozen in the early nineteen fifties with an armistice. But there was never a peace treaty. Peace declaration, would be a major step toward a peace treaty in that seemed to be something that the North Koreans really want. Question becomes what are the North Koreans going to possibly give up as the next thing to here from their side sing something specific about their nuclear program, and they're going to declare nuclear sites, for instance. Perhaps use the term inspectors indication that he's ready to once again, allow international inspectors in North Korea. That would be considered a breakthrough from the American side because they're really a consideration that North Korea would give up nuclear and ballistic missiles completely now. That's that's the big eighty thousand foot question looms over this again, if you would have this gigantic media splash in summit here to look at Kim Jon known negotiating for instance, the top guy beneath Kim, John is Kim Yang Chow Kim Yang was a loyalist to Kim Jones. Bothering grandfather. And he's pretty much credited with. Past nuclear negotiations. He's also credited with. Embracing that approach of which dragging things out without ever really giving anything up until the Americans goes from a bumpy election. And there's a new president was he the one who masterminded to that that hack of some US data and didn't he say shopping along the lines of like he wanted to burn South Korea. Kim Yong troll is a notorious hardliner. He's known as really the bare knuckle background player on Kim Jong owns seventy three years old. So he's almost twice as more than twice the age of the thirty five year old. Caters? She is this sort of the heart character in the background. And he's got this reputation after North Korea held its third nuclear bomb detonation test years ago, he was quoted as saying that things like to see South Korea and developed in a CEO fires. Of course, Kim Young troll is also the frontman here. He's the guy that tuned to Washington a month ago and got the meeting with Mike Pompeo secretary of state an with Trump at the White House in after that meeting. This summit was set. So obviously, Kim Young show is carrying water and working as a close confidant of Kim, John and the question is as. This summit to longer negotiations to follow afterwards or Kim. Young play. He he has a big hand in deciding whether these things move quickly or that they drag on and on. So he he's a key player in all this tool. We're speaking with guy Taylor at the Washington Times. He's the national security editor he is in Hanoi. Vietnam for the Trump Kim summit how much of this guy is about Mr Kim just trying to preserve his dynasty or power that he's he's really been. The whole thing is under girding. Why Kim Jong is in in a Korean diplomacy right now, Kim Jong UN in repeated speeches over the last five years has promised to bring development to North Korea. He's trying to shift the focus of his regime away from just pursuing nuclear weapons and the possibility. Of opening it to some kind of economic advancement that never really happened when his father and grandfather weren't power. So this idea that possibly Kim Jong onboard abandoned his weapons almost seldom if you would have been that way. That the country would give them up in exchange for a big economic package. Could start with sanctions relief that truly hope the American side. That's the idea that has has kind of got on Benton behind the summit even taking place to begin with guy guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times..

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"guy taylor" Discussed on KTOK

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

"guy taylor" Discussed on KTOK

"He's known as really the bare knuckle background player on John loons, seventy three years old. So he's almost twice as more than twice the age of thirty five year old dictator she is sort of hard nosed character in the background. And he's got this reputation after North Korea held its third nuclear bomb detonation test. Here's he was quoted as saying that he'd like to see South Korea and in a CEO fires. Of course, Kim Young is also the frontman here. He's the guy that came to Washington a month ago and got the meeting with Mike Pompeo secretary of state and was Trump at the White House in white after that meeting. This summit was set. So obviously, Tim young is carrying water and working as a close confidant of. King John in the question is as. He's some longer negotiations to follow afterwards. Or kim. Young troll play. He has a big hand in deciding whether these things move quickly or did they drag on and on and co aware, so he he's a key player in all we're speaking with guy Taylor at the Washington Times. He's the national security editor he is in Hanoi. Vietnam for the Trump Kim summit how much of this guy is about Mr Kim just trying to preserve his dynasty or power bad. He's he's really been the whole thing is under girding why Kim Jong in a green diplomacy right now, Kim Jong UN in repeated speeches over the last five years has promised to bring economic development to North Korea. He's trying to shift the focus of his regime away from Jess pursuing nuclear weapons and the cost. Ability of opening it to some kind of economic advancement that never really happened when his father and grandfather weren't power. So this idea that said possibly Kim Jong onboard abandoned his weapons almost seldom if you would have been in that way that the country would give them up in exchange for a big economic package. Sanctions relief. That's really the hope that the American side. That's the idea that has kind of got behind this summit even taking place to begin with guy guy Taylor. National security editor at the Washington Times..

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