17 Burst results for "J C P O"
"j c p o" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You know, I think that this is what was interesting to be a first ball. Kamala Harris Bigg overshadowed now This is a big night coming up tonight. This is the night where, you know what is she to how they got passed over abortion. The court. There was barely a mention reference. She did a planned parenthood. Yeah, I mean, you know, she had it just across. We reminded people you know, Dairy on Twitter and our social media. Kamala Harris proudly defended that California law dad that we ended up going down at the Supreme Court that preventing crisis pre pro life pregnancy cities from operating for the fact act. Yeah, And she defended that. I know she did. So that leaves she extremely pro abortion. He would have shut down pro life pregnancy centers and make it there were criminal definitive in California. As a G, but ultimately it was struck down by the Supreme Court of the United States. They would like to highlight that part so they really get into abortion heavy that wasn't abortion heavy, Even with Elizabeth Warren with Hillary Clinton with Pelosi. They had a loss over that. It's which is interested to be. I just asked this question to our collars. What If you watched Kamala Harris, what do you take away from it? That that Chris Wallace, it's about his affair. I think it's fair Day, said most VP speeches. Right after you get here. You could usually what you take away from his eye being proud to accept domination. And by the second night, you move on Teo, but usually if you would just wide If you would just watch it. Something would've stuck out to you. So this was I think that you know I have to deal with And you do, too. Andi in thunder to you have to deal with communicating messages and invites. Oftentimes, of course, I worry a little bit spoiled because we do it on radio, every TV every day. But also we do in arguments in court like that, and he was just in court on a proceeding and you got you want to know what you've got to leave something on the table that the judge is thinking about or the jury's thinking about And indeed I look at this last night about Kamala Harris a speech and we've been with her in the Senate. She's a formidable person. It did not come across that way last night. No, it did not issue came across very bland. In my view, the thing that I resent about her So much is the former prosecutor who now disdains which he did as a prosecutor, and there's nothing that a prosecutor decides more than a person who Wass and attorney general a district attorney, a prosecutor and went after criminals and does the things that they're supposed to do in upholding the law. Years later, deciding that they're going to basically reject what they were and deny what they were. She said Before the speech that she will they had played a clip of first thing and, you know, we need to do something because I've got three boats on my door. Don't Don't Don't forget that. So she disdains what she used to be, and now is a new Kamala Harris. She is now Joe Biden's running mate, and she's looking for a different country from the one that she defended as an attorney general. I don't I don't buy that. I think that that is being untrue to yourself and untrue to your principles, and that's how she came out to me. You know this was interesting, too. Foreign policy. Didn't even discuss it well, they tried to write because I think this is how they try to Obama try to take a shot at President Trump not by directly saying a Ford policy, but Take a listen by 23. For close to four years. Now, he has shown no interest in putting in the work. No interest in finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends. No interest in treating the presidency is anything but one more reality show that he can use to get the attention he craves. The economy was going wild. We well for everyone until Cove. It is still done pretty well. Considering That's what's so the economy that from Obama T even trump right now. I mean, you can't even compare the two. So that's why I didn't mention anything specific. He just doesn't like this style about Omar al Baghdadi is dead. Isis is no longer existence. How about the fact that he was he had the guts to take out Iran's top military and hairs to commander Omar Al Ahmadi? How about the fact that Syria is no longer a major issue? How about the fact that Israel and the U A Maid a peace deal last week while Obama was getting awards know about peace prize is for being elected for being elected while we still had two wars are going Afghanistan and Iraq and a horrible fake nuclear Iran deal. How about getting Pastor Andrew Bronson out of Turkey? How about dealing with all these tough, tough like China? How about redoing NAFTA? For the American worker. Did Barack Obama? I guess he's just been played golf the last four years because the truth is, even though his cronies have tried to distract everyone from what President Trump has done with all the hoax is all the stuff we've had to work on these lawyers. The truth is President Trump has delivered and his administration is delivered whether it's the economy, whether it's Ford policy, and he's drawing us down from those wars. Okay, so here's the deal. You could be a Republican. You could be a Democrat. You could be an independent be liar. But tell me Ethan Bennett, who's been involved in politics for a long time. What was the purpose of last night? I mean, you know Wolf Blitzer wrapping a like Wolf Blitzer. I get along great with Wolf Blitzer. I get along with well with most of the ones up on those networks. I'm thinking to myself. Obama gave a professor's lecture. That's what he does. That's all it was last night. Nothing in there was some shocking new revelation. And, of course, it's all going on. While his his various intelligence officials may be in hot water But having said all of that, what was the purpose? What was the take away from all of this? I think the purpose was the theme that they were going for J. Which was we would like Barack Obama to be president again. I really do. I mean, I think that was what they were going for, because that's what they think fires up their base. But again if you go back to political science 101, if you're not on the ticket, you will not deliver victory. It's going to be the name at the top of the ticket that is going to determine how the American people vote. And, you know you guys were talking about foreign policy just a moment ago and The reason they didn't go to this James because there's not a lasting legacy achievement left from the Obama administration when it comes to foreign policy. I mean, that was supposed to be the Iran deal, the J. C. P O and Jordan ran through a whole list of others. I might tak a couple other is all into their remember the Obama administration or the ones that walked away from Israel at the Security Council..
"j c p o" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"State Mike Pompeo Mr secretary you and senator Elizabeth Warren a former presidential candidate was worn a you had a bit of an exchange on Twitter he told her that she should review the law again all rights under U. N. security council resolution two two three one are separate from the joint comprehensive plan of action or JCPOA but I'll put you down for Chinese arms sales to Iran on October eighteenth which weapon is it okay with you if they said the couple divisions of VT four tanks good Mr secretary just tell me this what is this dispute about a wasn't what are what are you saying what is Elizabeth Warren's position all credit card came in knowing that the Iran nuclear deal was a disaster and got out of it in may of two thousand eighteen one of the reasons I was such a rack was that most of the major provisions I want permanent they began to expire okay first of such provisions expires in October of this year just buckets to handle a month away so we use every tool we have our diplomatic get back to insure that come October this year the J. you can't sell thanks the Russians can't sell all remains a call conventional arms sales that this provision prohibits today will like will expire and they'll be the workplace largest state sponsor of terror in Iran will be able to purchase those weapon systems and so we had a little bundle was senator Warren said you know goodness gracious you can't use the J. C. P. O. who are not doing them United States has an under being awaited unambiguous right at the U. N. security council to keep these restrictions in place and president trump has made clear we're gonna make sure I never gets a nuclear weapon and we're going to deny them access to weapons systems.
"j c p o" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With Keith Walker hello busy show coming up I lots going on northern Ireland's devolved government has been revived after a three year hiatus all the laws and politicians I put aside their differences and shown leadership and that is a fine thing and the right also on the show the Russian government resigns and president Vladimir Putin reshuffles his inner circle plus Germany Britain and France lose their patience with around and launch appeal is a process that will either save or kill the Iran nuclear deal the J. C. P. O. a pressure on Iran will be to walk away more for just a few and the pressure on some Europeans may be to take this to the way these stories and more coming up Russian lawmakers approved me high L. me shoes TN as prime minister on Thursday the confirmation took place less than twenty four hours after president Vladimir Putin nominated him for the position haven't seen the house the details on this roundup of European news Russian MPs overwhelmingly backed president Putin's choice for the country's new prime minister until now Mikhail Juston has stayed away from politics for the past ten years he's been in charge of Russia's tax service his appointment as part of a big shakeup of Russia's political system on Wednesday president Putin proposed constitutional changes that could enable him to increase his powers after he leaves the presidency in twenty twenty four Putin was reelected with a sweeping majority in twenty eighteen but his approval ratings dropped following an unpopular reform of the pension system incomes have also been falling as the economy stagnates.
"j c p o" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"This elsewhere news network Katie asset management and Rick Scott bye see a little light snow this morning maybe some icy spots as this storm system moves away a new wave of sexual abuse lawsuits are being filed in New Jersey against the Catholic Church the president and treasurer of a Toms River little league organization admits stealing a pile of money but likely won't go to jail a new push to decriminalize marijuana in New Jersey as legalization efforts stole in sports devils loss to the Sabres seven one Rangers lose to Vegas Milwaukee routes the Knicks seventy Sixers over Utah and Monday Night Football Seahawks over the Vikings details of our top stories coming up in the minutes ahead we begin this morning with first weather our chief meteorologist Dan zero so damn rapidly things we should should improve this morning right that's right for the past forty eight hours or so we've seen something falling from the sky here across the garden state and now we're on the very back edge of this storm system there is still some light snow one wintry mix going on mainly through Middlesex Mercer Monmouth ocean Burlington and Atlantic county's right now that'll spin out here by seven or eight o'clock today and we'll see rapidly clearing skies say you've got sunshine ahead for those who have snow on the ground upwards of ten to twelve inches in far north Jersey by the way this snow melt machine will kick in today it will be breezy and cool though highs range from the upper thirties in north Jersey to mid forties in South Jersey today because return tonight a snow showers possible lows around thirty and the continuing chance for a shower tomorrow under mostly cloudy skies highs mainly need forties right now Fort Lee is thirty lower township thirty eight and Trenton thirty for how many jerseys first news five oh two as the winter storm winds down clean up is continuing this morning in north Jersey several inches of heavy wet snow fell they're tearing down powerlines toppling trees about thirty four thousand J. C. P. O. L. customers in the dark this morning mostly in Sussex and Warren County is a good number of schools north of route seventy eight have delayed their opening this morning dozens of civil lawsuits alleging sexual abuse have been filed in New Jersey courts since the statue will meditations was changed Sunday not only extending the limits going forward but also.
"j c p o" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Number one trump is right on Saudi Arabia. the resolution is going to be looking at Iran and particularly the aftermath of the Iran nuclear deal being first agreed to and then called off the Iran nuclear deal officially called the G. C. P. away the joint comprehensive plan of action was meant to slow down Iran's development of nuclear weapons it was negotiated and agreed to by the Obama administration it was called off by the trump administration now Iran is beginning to cross some of the boundaries that that deal set in place the upshot of all this that's what we're gonna be going after with this next resolution the world is safer without the J. C. P. away without the Iran deal our first speaker on this resolution will be role mark character on the resolution the world is safer without the J. C. P. O. a are you yes or no yes okay what we do now I think as a general rule it's not a good idea for American foreign policy to be built on self deception it should not be built on black male that's essentially what the Iranians were doing they're saying if you do not do if they don't publically do certain things with the nuclear program clandestinely they can do whatever they want because the system of verification that deal so awful that will give you billions of dollars in return I also think appeasement isn't a terribly good us start for American foreign policy and that's essentially what we're doing we're giving them billions and billions of dollars they can use it anywhere they wish in one way one of the ways they use that is by expanding their influence in the Middle East by engaging in mass slaughter in Syria and I think we should always do well on that the Iran and roll they've essentially run much of the Syrian armed forces they have been the masters on the ground I think it's just a very on wise policy to deceive yourselves and thinking that down the road it's going to get better we should approach this realistically now we do not know what Donald Trump is going to do no one does including him. thank you roll mark Terrick. the resolution the world a safer without the J. CPO apron article how do you declare I would say it is absolutely safer and that is because Iran took advantage of this deal to build up its ballistic missile capability to and use the money that was given to it by the United States to spend not on its own population but on proxy fighters and militiamen who fought in in Syria and the civil war they build better drones better guidance systems for their missiles and their drones which we're we're now seeing being deployed in Yemen the Iranians basically took advantage of this deal and said you know well will halt this nuclear stuff which they can always restart and enter in return we gave them a pass on all the other stuff that they were doing which made the region much more dangerous the United States believes certain elites in the United States in here this view in a minute valve felt that you we could move within the different circles of power in Iran we could kind of push the moderates again steak and it gets the more extremist and that the deal would help the moderates this is all hogwash Iran is a theocracy is run by one man and that man is no moderate thanks for the article. Michael Duran on the resolution the world is safer without the G. C. P. away are you yes or no yes I'm I with my colleagues here it was a massive self deception one of the things that we know now from the atomic archive which the Israelis spirited out of Tehran is that we didn't understand how far along Iran was in terms of building a nuclear weapons program and we also didn't realize that they were continuing a clandestine program what they did back in two thousand three when the United States went into Iraq they were afraid that that George W. bush might attack them and their some of their program had been discovered was being investigated by the international atomic energy association and so what they did is they started to emphasize the parts of the program they could be plausibly explained as part of a civil nuclear program while putting deeper underground the hidden parts and when I say underground I mean actually underground like the Ford missile the the four though site which was built solely to enrich uranium to build and a nuclear weapon and under the J. C. P. away they have kept for duo so what we've done is given an international cover for them to continue their covert program thank you on the resolution once again the world a safer without the CPO a barber Slaven due to clear yes or no the world is definitely not safe for you notice that these gentlemen are all referring to missiles and other issues the deal was supposed to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon for at least fifteen years by preventing Iran from having sufficient material to make a nuclear weapon it provided for the most intrusive inspection system ever negotiated any wrong was in full compliance with this agreement when president trump withdrew since he did that. the Middle East has become a much more dangerous place than it was before the Iranians were patient for a year they did nothing they took no steps but after a year and after the trump administration imposed a total embargo on the sale of Iranian oil. all of a sudden there were sabotage incidents in the Persian Gulf and the Iranians have begun to exceed some of the limits set in the J. C. P. away we were safer with the deal we could have built on it now we have nothing. about the service. bread maker on the resolution the world a safer without the G. C. P. O. a are you yes or no I'm also a no I just like look at the facts on June twenty first just a couple months ago president trump tweeted that he was cocked and loaded the bomb three strikes strikes Enron within ten minutes before the strike he said he stopped it because he learned at the last minute he might kill a hundred fifty your audience to just think about that we are on the verge of a new military conflict no thought to the consequences no planning for the consequences Iran would reacted how would we react reacted and not the esco Tory ladder it would have gone and how did we get to that point trump pulled out of this deal without any consideration of what would happen what would come next I will stipulate around is a terrible terrible country under the leader of I I I I a tool of comedy Ron is killed colleagues of mine Iran is an enemy of the United States of America but is a world safer without the deal the answer's no since trump left the deal with no plan a runny behavior in the region has gotten worse even according to the sector state Mike from pale it is dramatically strengthens its ties with Russia and China are too great power competitors and if we get into an ill conceived war with Iran we will lose the century to China thank you very much..
"j c p o" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Investigation it's so easily explained you wonder if the wash impose a New York times or even trying to cover their bias these days I'll explain to you and them. so they want to say yesterday in the afternoon they got the Ukrainian a nine page complaint of from a Stafford they didn't see things directly then they got their present releasing his transcripts and that you have the impeachment inquiry under way in the sixty minutes feature were distressed prayer full of speaker Pelosi. well let. CBS know that she doesn't relish this but you want to get it done quickly and she doesn't have any idea where it's going to go but she is was to find the facts however she knows exactly where it's going to go so she say yes to do the president call you see yeah present call me in fact Eric do you still have that call from sixty minutes. this is the president going to talking to sky this is that the speaker talking to Scott Pelley I think this is important to show you how would swinging gramma Liz Cheney believe that I also believe that this thing is scripted I believe the media is also in bed with this wasn't an instability sitting with Scott Pelley they tell me it was perfect there was nothing in the call but I know what was in the call on me it was in the public domain he didn't even know that it was wrong in a sense perfect there was nothing wrong it is wrong okay do you she said. she said but I already knew was in the call well we're sick and you know was in the car. we do the transfer then be released on five more hours but you had to get it done while he's at the U. N. many world leaders breaking serious games of something as serious as a run of the J. C. P. O. a part to sell. it may indeed she says was in the public mind was on the public domain it was in the public domain plus was in the public domain it's only who's a factual public domain it was rumored to going to a staffer in a whistleblower that something took place because yeah I know I was I remember that colt release it. bases were released it. which will house he got a release that I hate the president because the president says now they're going to want the Putin called a few days later and the press is gonna say no stop it dead chip she knows about it and to me we're going to see a series of stories it's going to be something happens with the media well I suppose New York times politico and the next day lawmakers can't believe that he even did worse than they thought so this last story says the president I'd states as Attorney General talking to other countries about the investigation into for his political prop prowess and we're pretty go political game no it isn't it's about what happened leading up to the twenty sixteen election and is about the countries that were involved in that now how do I know that the present already thought about this was not caught in this is a non story because the president on may twenty fourth said this on the White House lawn cut for for over a year.
"j c p o" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome to. on this Friday September twenty seventh please welcome back live admiral James Stavridis who is the former allied supreme commander of NATO and just a regular weekly guest on the show now role welcome back I know you've been globetrotting I want to cover three things with the your your your visit to Saudi Arabia what the E. three did it about Iran this week and then your time in Ukraine when you were the Supreme Allied Commander so I got a parcel my time quickly can you first tell us about what you saw when you're in Saudi Arabia I think it was there you were there after the attack by a run on Saudi Arabia Hugh I actually landed as the drones hit and off in the distance you could sort of feel the thunder in we knew that I knew at that moment this was going to be a huge event I mean this is does center of gravity of the global oil industry and certainly I would say that immediately you got a sense in Saudi Arabia of extreme seriousness of extreme nervousness I had a chance to meet with several of the cabinet ministers are there but one hundred percent focused on this and it's an existential threat to the Saudis so they are looking for US support I think the administration is making a smart move sending some troops over there to connect calm the situation a bit but it's it's another indication of how dangerous this is in the Middle East and you know I've been talking about it for months no I have no I it was my reading that the Saudi defenses had been built to protect against attacks from Yemen but these came from a different direction widely believed to have been from southern Iran are there are for example patriot missile batteries that can be deployed to protect that flank of the Saudi complex absolutely and the patriot is in place around the perimeter of many of these oil field but the problem is you decide drones are smaller lighter quicker when combined with. cruise missiles they can also create a saturation of fact in frankly the the oil fields need to be re balanced in a military sense so they can protect against what I have called the new strategic cry ad which is on me and vehicles cyber in special forces that's really the threat to these oil fields not these big lumbering cruise missiles now in terms of the president's response today which is banned diplomatic not kinetic do you believe we are outside of the zone where economic responses likely or are we still in that zone we're out of his own for the moment and observed that the Iranians have been quite careful actually not to attack any US personnel there been no U. S. deaths here in to my knowledge there have been no Saudi deaths here so the Iranians are moving quite cautiously making Connecticut tax against tankers again see oil field where we ought to worry Hugh in terms of a kinetic responses if your radiance cross that line if there's American troops killed or their mariners killed or Saudis killed in the U. R. field I think that's a different ball game the Iranians haven't gone there yet I don't have real separatists in the super heated greenhouse of washing the seat that some things get missed I was in New York yesterday the U. N. son amazing thing this week the E. three United Kingdom Germany and France came towards us these are the Iran I think that's the most important story of the week what do you think about it I totally agree and unfortunately it did get buried under everything happening in Washington this is a big deal this is what we've been waiting for I've often referred to the U. K. Germany and France as the swing voters in this relationship between the US and Iran here to for those three had maintained face if you will. well with the broken agreement fourteen new color rising a rant now at the U. and because of the attacks on the Saudi oil fields all three of them had said this is unacceptable we will join the United States to put diplomatic pressure on for the first time I can see a diplomatic path forward because of this it's a huge story right now in terms of that how does that manifests next they kept a little wiggle room a hedge their bets a little bit do we expect them to formally withdraw from the J. C. P. O. a and say start over because they said sort of two things one of those was come talk about long range missiles the export of chair regional instability but maybe the J. C. P. O. A. isn't dead yet well I think it dad but maybe they just don't want to do it diplomatically it is dead in and it's a tire debate about whether it was a good deal or a bad deal that matter it's it did deal so at this point you got to play the ball from where it is on the field I think mark chrome the president of France is the leader in that troika and is going to push it forward hopefully we'll see breaks it resolved one way or the other that'll get the distraction of breaks it off the plate so the Brits and then I think you'll see the next British government whoever it is I mean in that's the moment to watch so I think late October early November hopefully breaks it in the rear view mirror at that point watch for the troika to completely break with the old deal and come to the negotiating table to pressure a rant that's the only path forward here the only switch to your time in spring allied commander two thousand nine to two thousand thirteen I think you would laugh before the protests in Kiev in November of twenty thirteen I know you were gone when Russia invaded in twenty fourteen but can you give us a sense I assume you travel the Ukraine you've been everywhere right like thirty five different places in Ukraine what a mess of a country it is hard to follow this between four different. that's a cuter three different presidents a bunch of different scandals what would you crane like when you were the allied commander in charge of NATO you know it was actually relatively hopeful in the sense that it was the Ukraine that was not invaded by Russia there was certainly always of bubbling sense of problematic behavior by Russia trying to intrude and you may not know this you but the Russian Black Sea fleet even in those days was actually stationed on Ukrainian soil and so it was a complex relationship but therefore the Ukrainians just wanted to be with NATO and wanted to be with the United States certainly plenty of corruption floating around and that was what we tried to do in the military zone was dry the corruption out but we saw the Ukrainians deployed forces to Afghanistan with us they sent a ship on counter piracy missions very capable proud people who are just being beaten by a bully in the form of Vladimir Putin we to continue to work with them and stand with them and that's something I'm very proud of in my time that NATO was building that military relationships and ensuring that the Ukrainians got the support they needed my successors following the invasion have continued that same track as Ukraine is a vital country in Europe it's not a NATO member but it's strategically vital tell me how you would try and light back commences shadow of corruption are a we are focused on their oil and natural gas company right now is having on toward influence in America were focused on. got well who fired and why and what is the Lynskey said the president trump but if you're running a a combined arms campaign such as NATO how do you keep that people with briefcases the cash from the door. well it's the old line send money guns and lawyers and it's actually true what you want to do in the military contacts is get your military lawyers talking to the legal teams of the minister of defense the legal teams of the military operators and and showing them what so Kay and what's not okay you do want to send guns because that's your motivation you want to send that military aid so you have to have that capability. and and certainly you've got to. ensure that you have the ability to leverage them show them what's right and then you can in fact go to the Ukrainians for example and say we have got to see an appropriate use of the aid we're sending you and show us where that aid wind that's entirely legitimate in fact it's required by law so the military has a role in anti corruption we've done that you not only in Ukraine but in for example Central America in Colombia in Afghanistan and there are varying degrees of success all close by saying the one star officer who headed the anti corruption campaign in Afghanistan for me was named HR McMaster I'm going to him yeah no doubt did you deal with I want to see his name correctly your yeah I'm not yeah not a cold which did you deal with Yanukovich at all yes I met him interestingly years earlier when I was serving as chief of staff to secretary of defense don Rumsfeld and we went to Ukraine and had a meeting with Yanukovych who is eight T. H. U. G. Doug and he is you know in his doctor in Moscow now and I don't think he's coming back anytime soon I don't like this president insulin ski I think he is a breath of fresh air in that country and I am cautiously optimistic if we stay with Ukraine we can help them push back on what's happening in southeastern Ukraine the one thing that's lost forever in my view Hugh is Crimea that's not going to come back well I agree with that and indeed Khrushchev gave Crimea to Ukraine am I correct and so that was historically part of imperial Russia and it will use force but it was certainly not a reversion to something that wasn't a norm for centuries that's exactly right and we ought to remember free invasion the population of Crimea was eighty percent plus Russian very supportive of Russia when I traveled in Crimea as opposed to the rest of Ukraine you really got to feel that you weren't so much in Ukraine you were really in a part of Russia and so I think it's that accompli it's a it's a it's it's illegal under international law we ought to condemn it but realistically that's not gonna get reversed in my view no address every this is a very different difficult question it took about five years after Tiananmen massacre for America and China to get back to normalcy we're now about five years out after the use of illegitimate forced to see this Crimea and parts of eastern Ukraine is there a rule of history about how long civilized countries punish B. as section I don't want to let the Russian section I'm just curious of your study of history is revealed rule under which the world generally adjust to the reality even after its outrage real has been expressed I think there is a tactical answering a strategic answer I think tactically it probably is about five years that's kind of the the cycle of these kinds of things but I think strategically there are places where the United States for example has imposed sanctions on Cuba for decades and decades and decades of following a revolution there so I think if it's a tactical advantage at Tiananmen Square I think that is probably a five to seven year cycle if it is a regime that is repugnant unlike Cuba or North Korea I think sanctions can go on for decades and they should last questions the Ukrainian military run by professionals or that run by politicos. it's run by professionals interestingly many of them were initially trained in the old Soviet Union although that generation is now bleeding out and you're starting to see colonels and one star generals who have served in NATO and been part of the NATO Ukraine operations so uniformed military pretty professional gotta stay on them send money guns and lawyers but stay focused on it and that can be part of solving the corruption issues in Ukraine. James that route is always a pleasure.
"j c p o" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"The run an instance planning to restart its nuclear program as Tehran authorities say it now uses advanced centrifuges they can enrich uranium the head of the U. N. nuclear watchdog did meet intekron with Iran's nuclear director as the twenty fifteen J. C. P. O. eight nuclear deal continues to unravel this meeting does come after Iran announced over the weekend that begin to violate a third term of the nuclear agreement by injecting uranium gas into advanced centrifuges running leadership said that this step along with exceeding the uranium stockpile and enrichment levels is reversible if European signatories live up to their end of the bargain fox's tree yanks police officers near Minneapolis shot and killed a driver who was broadcasting the police pursuit on Facebook live the driver ran a red light and would not pull over the video shows the man comma fleeing police say the suspect finally got out of his vehicle holding a knife and refused their commands to drop it no one else was hurt. S. Canadian teen solves a twenty seven year cold case thirteen year old backs were Ranko found the submerged car in the wake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recovered the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two is number one at the box office Warner brothers says the horror sequel earned an estimated ninety one million dollars from north American ticket sales in its first weekend the first it debuted to a record one hundred twenty three million.
"j c p o" Discussed on KTRH
"The story says it's based on accounts with dozens of current and former American Israeli European officials. many top American Israeli officials cited on the record. the peace documents the fracture relationship between is from the Obama administration on a host of issues. specially disagreements with the emerging nuclear talks with Iran. the Israeli government was initially kept in the dark about the early talks that eventually became the joint comprehensive plan of action J. C. P. O. a. the deal that president trump later withdraw from. the times reported that Obama saw the deal as the centerpiece of his foreign policy legacy he work. but for prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu the newspaper reported that the deal what according to the times characterization the ultimate betrayal Israel's closest ally negotiating behind its back with its most bitter enemy. I think about that. the times reported that Obama took the possibility of a sudden Israeli strikes seriously American spy satellites watched Israeli drumstick take excuse me. take off from bases in Abidjan and fly south over the Iranian border taking extensive pictures of Iran's nuclear sites and probing whether Iranian air defenses spotted the intrusion. Obama was on the wrong side he's on the Iranian side I told you before it was worse than that'll change he shot with a hundred fifty billion dollars the a slam on **** regime in Tehran. American military leaders make guesses about whether the Israelis might choose a time of the month when the light was higher or lower at time of the year when sand storms occur more less regularly. military planners ran war games to forecast how Tehran might respond to an Israeli strike in how America should respond in return. what a Rammasun that any attack had been blessed by the US and hit American military forces in the Middle East the results were dismal. the Israeli strikes down only minor setbacks terrain slickly program in the United States was enmeshed in yet another war in the Middle East see that's how. The New York Times magazine writes. now this is not the Obama administration's only a lead surveillance actions concerning the nuclear deal another actually partly spied on American citizens. in twenty fifteen the Wall Street journal cited current and former US officials. at the time divulging that US surveillance programmes capture communications between members of Congress. and Israeli leaders empanada this bothered Jerry Nadler Nadler. this bothered Elijah Cummings. none of this battered any of those creeps. instead they're busy chasing porn stars and hotels..
"j c p o" Discussed on KGO 810
"To be in a shooting war with Iran so I guess there are other metaphors but in any event Iran is doing us the favor of speaking aloud about how they do not intend to comply or maintain compliance or transparency or permit inspections or do anything that is consistent with the promises they made in J. CPO way a it is to your knowledge about com is this non compliance it issue for our European allies that remain reluctant to recognize it doesn't appear so at because their French a tone about a fifteen billion dollar bailout and a by pass of American sanctions talk about stakes next even the one French officials said today that none of this happens until the Ron pledges compliance with the U. N. requirements and but in the meantime there's a delegation in Paris today of Iranians who are trying to finalize the details France won't reveal them at the United States has said clearly that they will not allow the fifteen billion dollars at anybody that that's what subject people to to sanctions and that more sanctions are coming the United States in fact now offered fifteen million dollars for leads to disrupt the IRGC operations which is a large shipping network that supposedly passed off of a half a billion dollars in oil last year and is still trying to add them in sell Iranian oil in Spain headed by the former minister of petroleum so it's it's and with the fictional okay and it's directed by the I. O. G. C. from the information that we have a Iran blocked the U. N. from inspecting the site that Israel identified with they said that the the the there was a a storage place for three hundred tons of new. your related equipment in fifty including fifteen kilograms of radioactive material the Iranians said no more no T. inspections and now how many in direct response to your question. I said we are going to phase three of our withdrawing from the obligations of of the J. C. P. O. a Swiss publicly repudiating this at the same time that the Europeans are bending over backwards trying to find ways to induce them even though they are blatantly saying we're in violation and the the United States sanction twenty six peoples and an entity's these are effective sanctions us most tied to the R. G. C. L. cords era and the the year shipping that but the French are sending all the wrong signs even if they say that they have to be in compliance with the F. E. T. F. you know the financial action task force conditions but there's no way that they have till now been in compliance and they also have to show that they're not to comply with the you know into in in terms of the money laundering that they are in forcing the money laundering restrictions so far none of this happened in the last sanctions US put was on the space program because they're developing ballistic missiles under the guise of a space program that we've talked about you know for four satellites for peaceful purposes when in fact they were using that for the list of missiles that will carry warheads there's a lot of fact based policy going on with the trump administration I'm I don't I don't want them to get ahead of themselves Malcolm let's go to the Iranian regime they fire their airforce chief in may man it's been in his job for nine years what did he do beat the books what he didn't do it it's more likely the story and it's really interesting because we were all waiting for the issue to to drop this is brigadier general is my yearly who was fired because he did not add it didn't reveal the violations of Iranian airspace by Israeli Air Force F. thirty five jet fighters and it's interesting that Iran's air defense system did detective but nor did the. Russian S. three hundred anti missile system detect them and and respond and Israeli kept information secret it seems and it was reported how many suspects the Russians gave Israel the secret code to access the S. three hundred great are and to be activated well when they carried out the raid which sent an important message to how many that he is not beyond reaching he keeps thinking that you know they will be able to strike Israel they're moving people out of main city centres and therefore Israel's retaliation won't be as effective well he got it he got a wake up call about the when Israel made clear that they have the capacity to knock on his door now can you recall an incident late in the late in the Cold War when a young person from Germany landed a small aircraft in Moscow's Red Square and there was no explanation for the the fact that the famed Russian defense network did did. right and may be used to smuggle out I'm one is this a comparable issue you know the big bad wolf doesn't have any lies if in the F. thirty five can go in and out of your air space even if the airforce generalize about it Malcolm that's a problem it is a problem especially that that's why I think they were so embarrassed by a wham barrister defense and and the fact that they were so exposed they are obviously you know trying to shore up their defenses we know now the new base at the first base from scratch I think that that could his building any rock in they're planning to to put thousands of troops there and perhaps guided missiles and thinking that they will not draw fire from Israel or at least if Israel has to re aspen to it you know hit in Iraq and not in in the run of but I think the the are the sanctions which are working a both of his black and on on the run a a if the Europeans would only go along and would would shape up in terms of of the response to to what is being done and to Iran's aggression we we saw a case that was revealed today of two Iranians who came with false passports Argentina where we know that Iranian agents carried out the suicide bombings a few years ago that were devastating and they carried for full force passports claiming to be Israelis when in fact they clearly weren't and have been arrested so we have so many cases of a run aggression Iran it actions to destabilize regimes with her doing that with the who sees what they're doing again sorry we did it cetera that the the European okay your actions can only encourage them to believe and to reset today the US treasury is nothing more than a jail ward in. because he knows that this is it is having an impact and that they are deeply concerned about the long term implications Malcolm do you think all these ma hops I use an Assyrian word my mother taught me I don't have much of it but in any event these mops that's me the big deals do you think they'll have accounts and apartments in Paris waiting for. they always have had a you do do member to Las the minister of defense the infamous one I know that he had that he went to Paris in fact and this was the place where many of them kept money to one of the reasons why the sanctions against the Jamaat bank is important because it was a transfer point for them many of the leadership go to Paris and we know that they have funds is sequestered and if we know it we could guess at the I a match in certain authorities would notice well I wonder welcome one sanctions really begin to fight you could send somebody his private banking number from Paris along with the photographs of his Peter chair that is not a longer wait for that would be that would be persuasive Balcom of the sea it was certainly be strong message I can't imagine who would have that good information Malcolm good night Sir we're gonna do gooders quick right I'm a cancer survivor yes you and I pay close attention because once you while you once you cross the line into cancer surviving you are keen on other people joining you and you have information from Israel that seems exceedingly promising for the twenty first century Israel's you know as I technician in the start up nation and they produce often together with the United States with researchers in both countries but you you have a case of Dr Sharon charm who just received FDA approval this week for a in a pivotal trial for X. P. O. V. I. O. I don't know how to pronounce it but forty percent of leukemia patients so they're trimmers tumors shrink while patient life expectancy increased three to five times and the drug is undergoing advanced clinical trials for patients with myeloma lymphoma sarcoma uterine cancer and brain cancer it's it's it's so hopeful and so wonderful that if Israel didn't have to spend all of the energy that it does on defense and fighting terrorism itself can only imagine how many more things like this would come at out of the it creative and. but mom and mines and environment that exists there Malcolm how line conference the president's major American Jewish organizations the only man who can do Israeli politics in less than two minutes and we're going to Israel next to talk about Israeli politics and I'll ask Malcolm that question about groundhog day one more time John that's. balance of nature changing the world one life at a time what are your your guys commercial almost everything that happens with a lot of these people like yours game and everything I mean that stroke and made me alive sixteen are yet arthritis in my hands and my elbows from doing carpet games game in Pauley non you don't notice it when it first happened but as time goes by that you stop for the morning. you know I mean you don't mean a thing it's just gone it just all these little things that. experience the balance.
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"And my responded to questions about Iraq welcome the chase you POS. the Iran deal of twenty fifteen we were told is either this deal or war to my knowledge checking the headlines tonight we don't seem to be in a shooting war with Iran so I guess there are other metaphors but in any event Iran is doing us the favor of speaking aloud about how they do not intend to comply or maintain compliance or transparency or permit inspections or do anything that is consistent with the promises they made in J. C. P. O. LA a it is to your knowledge about com is this non compliance it issue for our European allies that remain reluctant to recognize it doesn't appear so at because their friendship tone about a fifteen billion dollar bailout and a by pass of American sanctions talk about stakes next even the one French officials said today that none of this happens until the Ron pledges compliance with the U. N. requirements and but in the meantime there's a delegation in Paris today of Iranians who are trying to finalize the details France won't reveal them at the United States has said clearly that they will not allow the fifteen billion dollars at anybody that that's what subject people to to sanctions and that more sanctions are coming the United States in fact now offered fifteen million dollars for leads to disrupt the IGC operations which is a large shipping network that supposedly. stop off a half a billion dollars in oil last year and is still trying to do them in sell Iranian oil in Spain headed by the former minister of petroleum so it's it's with the fictional okay and it's directed by the I. R. G. C. from the information that we have a Iran blocked the U. N. from inspecting the site that Israel identified with they said that the the the there was a a storage place for three hundred tons of nuclear related equipment in fifth including fifteen kilograms of radioactive material the Iranians said no more no T. inspections and now how many in direct response to your question. I said we are going to phase three of our withdrawing from the obligations of of the J. C. P. O. a squeeze publicly repudiating this at the same time the two Europeans are bending over backwards trying to find ways to induce them even though they are blatantly saying we're in violation and the the United States sanction twenty six peoples and an entity's these are effective sanctions us most tied to the R. G. C. L. chords and the the year shipping that but the French are sending all the wrong signs even if they say that they have to be in compliance with the F. E. T. F. you know the financial action task force conditions but there's no way that they have till now been in compliance and they also have to show that they're not to comply with the you know into in in terms of the money laundering that they are in forcing the money laundering restrictions so far none of this happened in the last sanctions US put was on the space program because they're developing ballistic missiles under the guise of a space program that we've talked about you know for four satellites for peaceful purposes when in fact they were using it for the ballistic missiles that will carry warheads there's a lot of fact based policy going on with the trump administration I've I don't I don't want them to get ahead of themselves let's go to the Iranian regime they fired their airforce chief in may man it's been in his job for nine years what did he do what's what he didn't do it it's more likely the story and it's really interesting because we were all waiting for the shoe to drop this is the begin to general is my yearly who was fired because he did not he didn't reveal the violations of Iranian airspace by Israeli Air Force F. thirty five jet fighters and it's interesting that Iran's air defense system did detective but nor did the Russian S. three hundred anti missile system detect them and and respond and Israeli kept information secret it seems and it was reported how many suspects the Russians gave Israel the secret code to access the S. three hundred radar and to be activated L. when they carried out the raid which sent an important message to Khomeini that he is not beyond reach a he keeps thinking that you know they will be able to strike Israel they're moving people out of main city centres and therefore Israel's retaliation won't be as effective well he got it he got a wake up call about the when Israel make clear that they have the capacity to knock on his door now can you recall an incident late in the late in the Cold War when a young person from Germany landed a small aircraft in Moscow's Red Square and there was no explanation for the the fact that the famed Russian defense network did did. right and may be used to smuggle out and I'm on this are comparable issue you know the big bad wolf doesn't have any lies if in the F. thirty five can go in and out of your air space even if the airforce generalize about it Malcolm that's a problem it is a problem especially that that's why I think there was so embarrassed by. Mr defense and and the fact that they were so exposed they are obviously you know trying to shore up their defenses we know now the new base at first base from scratch I think that that could his building in the rock in they're planning to to put thousands of troops there and perhaps guided missiles and thinking that they will not draw fire from Israel or at least if Israel has to re aspen to it it'll hit in Iraq and not in in Iran but I think the the are the sanctions which are working of both of his below and on on the run a a if the Europeans would only go along and with with a shake up in terms of of the response to to what is being done and to Iran's aggression we we saw a case that was revealed today of two Iranians who came with false passports Argentina where we know that Iranian agents carried out the suicide bombings a few years ago that were devastating and they carried for full force passports claiming to be Israelis when in fact they clearly weren't and I've been arrested so we have so many cases of a run aggression Iran it actions to destabilize regimes with her doing that with the who sees what they're doing in Saudi Arabia it cetera that the the European okay your actions can only encourage them to believe in to reset today the US treasury is nothing more than a jail warden. because he knows that this is it is having an impact and that they are deeply concerned about the long term implications Malcolm do you think all these moths I use an Assyrian word my mother taught me I don't have much of that but in any event these maaf that's made a big deals do you think they'll have accounts and apartments in Paris waiting for. they always have had a you you member to Las the minister of defense the infamous one I know that he had that he went to Paris in fact and this was the place where many of them kept money it's one of the reasons why the sanctions against the Jamaal bank is important because it was a transfer point for them many of the leadership go to Paris and we know that they have funds is sequestered and if we know it we could guess at I imagine certain authorities with notice well I wonder often when sections really begin to fight you could send somebody his private banking number from Paris along with the photographs of his Peter chair that is not a longer wait for that would be I would be persuasive Balcom of these it was certainly be strong message. I can't imagine who would have that good information not come good it said we're gonna do gooders quick all right I'm a cancer survivor yes you and I pay close attention because once you what you want you cross the line and a cancer survivor you are keen on other people joining you and you have information from Israel it seems exceedingly promising for the twenty first century Israel's you know as I technician in the start up nation and they produced often together with the United States with researchers in both countries but you you have a case of Dr Sharon charm who just received FDA approval this week for a in a pivotal trial for X. P. O. V. I. O. I don't know how to pronounce it but the forty percent of leukemia patients so they're trimmers tumors shrink while patient life expectancy increased three to five times and the drug is undergoing advanced clinical trials for patients with myeloma lymphoma sarcoma you during cancer and brain cancer it's it's it's so hopeful and so wonderful that if Israel didn't have to spend all of the energy that it does on defense and fighting terrorism itself can only imagine how many more things like this would come at out of the it creative in but moan and mines and environment that exists there Malcolm hotline conference of presidents of major American Jewish organizations the only man who can do is really politics in less than two minutes and we're going to Israel next to talk about Israeli politics and I'll ask Malcolm that question about groundhog day one more time John laughs. balance of nature changing the world one life at a time when I hear your guys commercial almost everything that happens with a lot of these people like yours game and everything I mean that so let me live sixteen are yet arthritis in my hands and my all calls from doing carpet games game in Pauley non you don't notice it when it first happened but as time goes by that used to hurt her anymore you know I mean you don't mean a thing it's just gone it just all these little things that. experience.
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"No se seven sixty go CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Wendy Gillette president trumps act in White House chief of staff is defending his attack against democratic representative Elijah Cummings president trump called his district in Baltimore a rat and rodent infested mass where no one would want to live Mick Mulvaney spoke on CBS's face the nation I think Maryland is the richest state on a per capita per household basis in the nation yet they have real abject poverty in in Baltimore the president wants folks to to know that look instead of dealing with those issues Mister Cummings is spending all this time on this impeachment inquiry which as we all know was going nowhere Democrats say the president's tweets are racists presidential candidate bill de Blasio on ABC this president is trying to distract people from the larger reality of this country Democrats are still weighing the possibility of impeachment following the testimony of former special counsel Robert Muller before two house committees last week New York Democrat Jerry Nadler on ABC we have the impeachment of resolutions before the committee we are invent conducting investigations to determine whether we should report those impeachment a resolution to the house or whether we should draft their own and report them to the house they go shaders held an emergency meeting in Vienna to try to salvage the Iranian nuclear deal also known as the J. C. P. O. a senior Iranian negotiator Abbas a rock she the atmosphere was constructive.
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"Zero and what a right to fit better thing your team in Washington DC put together memo I've got in front of me on this issue because though the U. S. pulled out of the J. C. P. O. a or the Iranian nuclear deal with not much of a deal what we found out now that is the truth and the truth is that this this this deal didn't prevent Iran from going nuclear for at least ten years it had a ten year provision on the sunset on the deal which means the deal could expire in ten years what what we now found out is that Iran even under the deal could go have a nuclear weapons capability in a year if they follow the deal if they follow the deal they could have nuclear weapons capability within a year at any moment they decided to drop out of it and and and under the deal itself I mean we were told we were told that this again that this was going to be you know it was good it really delay in Iran a nuclear weapon and we found that that's absolutely not true now it's two to three months yeah Jordan compliance with this deal was always an illusion I mean even or in there under the Rosie S. of descriptions that were given to us by the Obama administration they conceded that this is only a ten year deal that would sunset after which there would be no compliance requirements on Iran to Jordan we said from the very beginning that everything from the inspection regime to the how they were allowed to cover their tracks would allow them to be very close to enrichment even while pretending to comply with the deal the Jordan we know they never intended to comply and the pace with which they are now violating the deal confirms that even while the deal was in place Jordan they were not complying even as it was in place folks we are taking your phone calls one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten what should the U. S. response.
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"A United Nations spokesman urging a run to abide by the twenty fifteen nuclear deal even though Tehran announced its exceeded a limit on in Richmond after the U. S. tighten sanctions tenue implementing all its nuclear related commitments under the J. C. P. O. A. as a participants continue to seek ways to overcome the considerable challenges the country faces at the White House president trump was asked if he had a message for Ron I think they're playing with fire the president signed that four point six billion dollar aid bill to help care for migrants at the southern border while some members of the house Hispanic caucus toward a trouble detention facility today in Clinton Texas Texas Democrat congressman Joaquin Castro says immigration and border patrol of a long way to go and improving conditions the system is still broken at the end right are still being pro publico reports a close Facebook page made up of current and former border patrol members included sexist posting comments mocking migrant desk there are many within CBP will become desensitized to the point of being dangerous to the migrants in their care border patrol had Carla provost says any employee violating standards will be held accountable I've come acquire the Los Angeles angels are announcing the death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs just twenty seven years old he was found in a hotel room the teams that game at Texas has been postponed closing arguments in the murder trial for navy seal commander Edward Gallagher the prosecution says he killed in isis teen the defense says it's a mutiny and his subordinates are lying despite the peta file clergy abuse scandals in the Catholic Church the Vatican has declared it is unacceptable to try to force a priest to reveal a secret that was told to him in confession Wall Street today stocks closed higher the Dow gained one hundred seventeen points this is a P. radio news the head of Taylor swift's former record label swinging back against her allegations of bullying everything Scott Borchetta a big machine label group says Taylor swift had every chance to not just her master recordings but every video photograph everything but she chose to leave he says he texted her that he was selling the label to scooter Braun's it's like a holdings and her father was a big machine shareholder swift had written on social media bronze clients including Justin Bieber and Kanye west have bullied her and brown has tried to dismantle her career she said she had no opportunity to buy her music catalog and she was surprised by the sale Bieber says both brawn and he support her brown has not publicly commented on switch comments marches are let up comedian Steve Harvey is serving up some scholarships he is putting it more news right after this.
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"To come up with new plans for dealing with the protests to which Liberal Party vice chairman Alan who says com must come first it's more than concerned that is our people there's no doubt there's huge social upheaval which is on the scene before at the as such volume and frequency we had the demonstration yesterday with a hundred sixty thousand people on the opposite side supporting the police certain courting following orders meanwhile Hong Kong will dig out of the debris and destruction at alleged co Iran says it has surpassed its nuclear enrichment limits covered under the nuclear agreement U. S. secretary general spokesman Stefan to Jeric says it must stop is essential that this issue like other issues related to the implementation of the plan be addressed through the mechanism established by the J. C. P. O. A. M. Bloomberg's Phil Farris says if the deal falls apart if that happens what the European nations would really be obligated to re impose some sanctions that they're trying to avoid doing so it puts a lot of pressure on Europe to come up with a solution very quickly or risk the entire agreement falling apart the US of course continues to put sanctions on Iran well a video released by the office of the president of France showing presidential daughter U. S. Ivana trump trying to insert herself into a conversation with a manual across on Theresa may and Christine Lagarde has now gone viral and has gotten a reaction that that France did not expect that now you'll hear Makran may in a vodka trump here the audio is not great.
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"Chance. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. Sacramento. Police have just released body camera footage from the standoff Wednesday night that left a young police officer dead. Video shows officers at the scene of a domestic disturbance knocking than identifying themselves only to be met with a volley of rifle fire. Police chief Daniel Hahn reacting. Things are cleared by the fact that we know at this point. Essentially ambushed suspect. And the result was him urging of our communities. Police officers police officer terror Richardson was hit by several of the rounds. One of which her sergeant describes his non survivable after several hours long standoff at all rumbles surrendered to police. He's been charged with murder. The county prosecutor is on the scene of a horrible traffic accident in northern New Hampshire state police say collision between a pickup truck towing a large trailer in several motorcycles has left seven people dead. Three others hurt the road, strewn with motorcycles and debris. Police still reconstructing happened congressional reaction to the president's decision to pull back on a military response to Iran's shootout of a US military drone on Capitol Hill are breathing a sigh of relief that the president decided not to go through with these attacks at the very last minute. And house speaker Nancy Pelosi wants the president to take a deep breath and de escalate the situation with Iran Hillary. On tennessee. Senator Marsha Blackburn, telling Fox News at night, we have to do is force a run back to the negotiating table. The J C P O was a bad deal for us. It did not do anything to address the funding of terrorism nor did it do anything to deter a Ron from getting a nuclear weapon approaching midday of the Persian Gulf all quiet for now. This is Fox News. Bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you, are you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..
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"Here's what's different here is that the Americans are saying we will withdraw. That's the. A big part here for the Taliban to say that we won't let Al Qaeda in anymore. They said that ten years ago. One guy told me the Americans are finally starting to listen in the sense that they won't let ISIS end is ridiculous. They are fighting ISIS. So there's really nothing new here in the Taliban part. The Americans are basically saying we are going to leave. Now, it's up to the Taliban. Will they talk to the Afghan government? That's key. Now, February twenty fifth. They're gonna meet again in Doha, if the Taliban agreed to talk to the Afghan government, that's huge, Emily. I want to move to Iran because one of the president's areas of conflict with his Intel chiefs as we mentioned was Iran's compliance with the JCP away the Iran nuclear deal now Europe for their part have announced what they're calling a special purpose vehicle when I first saw this. I thought it was some kind of hybrid electric car. Of course, it isn't. This is a pretty complicated in sort of ingenious. International business strategy that Europeans seemed to be using to show the world that they don't approve of the president's position on Iran. I mean, we'll see how ingenious the SP actually turns out to be. They first announced this back at the UN general assembly in September. Tell me what it is sure. The special purposes vehicle essentially, a mechanism through which the Europeans who want to keep the J C P O alive are going to continue humanitarian trade with Iran. It's basically supposed to allow them to avoid direct financial transactions. Right. So to avoid US sanctions. However, the US has sort of said, well, you know, if if if we extend secondary sanctions right or extend the interpretation of how we're sanctioning. We could also hit the SP. Well, here's the vice president of the European Union commission. Frederica Moga Rini talking about the SPD's you call it the nuclear deal with it on an economic components now denies from the lifting of the sanctions donated to nuclear activities, and so this that's a Germany and the UK. I'm going to announce a few hours is the establishment of the special purpose vehicle is I believe the mechanism that we allow for legitimate trade to continue s forseeing in. So emily. This is the European setting up kind of a bit of a shell game sort of a way to to move move the buckets around to avoid US policy here. I mean, they're trying to make it worth it for Iran to stay in this deal. Right. So if that means that they can use this mechanism to continue trait of medicine trade of food to to continue to to sort of soften the blow that the Iranian economy has has taken since the US pulled out of the JCP away. Then they're going to do this. I would add that the US has been credibly dismissive of this vehicle since it was announced. Right. They're saying it's not actually going to allow you to do serious trade. It's not going to offset are leaving the deal. And what we're about to see is is who's right right now. This was always a risk wasn't it because the Iran deal wasn't between the United States in Iran. It was the p five..