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John Bolton: Trump sought Xi's help to win re-election

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

John Bolton: Trump sought Xi's help to win re-election

"This thing the new White House memoir former national security adviser John Bolton says the house impeachment inquiry should have investigated president trump on several matters in addition to Ukraine your CBS's Elaine Quijano sultan says the president explicitly no she Asians with China to the twenty twenty election Mr trump reportedly pleaded with Chinese president xi Jim paying to help insure he'd win tying that offer to the purchase of agricultural products a number of democratic lawmakers are upset with Bolton St he avoided giving the same details to Congress even when asked California congressman Eric Swalwell we subpoenaed him and then he told us he would go to court if we intended to enforce it in the house investigation there then during the Senate trial he was asked to give an affidavit he refused to do anything the book is published by Simon and Schuster a division of Viacom CBS

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Lose a little bit today after just really an exhausting we put all the hearings but seriously what is bolted up to not Michael Bolton now that I John Bolton he's broken the silence we have not heard a single thing not a he not even of Braff out of John Bolton on Twitter since his last tweet on September tenth I've got my Twitter feed up here and I've got John Bolton and I I have a two right up to his September tenth really hit it it was exactly twelve ten PM twelve ten PM on ten September of this year twenty nineteen and leave the stamp is from our White House digital as far as the location and it said I offered to resign last night and president trump said the let's talk tomorrow and that was it that's the last time we heard from ambassador John Bolton trump's former national security adviser member he insisted that he had offered to resign and that he pushed back against the reports from the White House that he had been fired member member that and that's when he tweeted that and then we haven't heard a word from John Bolton ambassador Bolton and many think that he has a lot of interesting things to say what is he going to so I don't know does he support the president does he back up president trump or does he broadside president trump we don't know but this morning at eight AM.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO Latent Series Real Time With Bill Maher Trump this week if you missed it started a war in the Middle East then today he said the house including a lot of Republicans this week this doesn't happen often voted to condemn him for abandoning the Kurds and and of course the voting to condemn means nothing it's not it's like taking a vote to fold your arms and shake your head about to do that but Roy Turkey's economy but this this was not one of those beautiful letters like exchanges with the North Korean dudes you know this was angry girlfriend Don't be a tough guy don't be fooled what is this Elvis Song don't be down he called Nancy Pelosi a third rate politician and he said to her I hate isis more than you do and then she apparently screened back you don't know that and then like in every Sitcom I've ever seen he said are you as turned on as I am I think he is really having a meltdown because the meeting was supposed to be about Syria was really about impeachment. He's very worried about that this week yesterday was the national security official names on a hill testified in the impeachment query that John Bolton John Bolton Trump's third national security advisor dark hair white mustache looks like Yosemite Sam that guy apparently he quit about a month ago he was apoplectic that this Ukraine policy it was being run through Rudy Giuliani who we said was a hand grenade who's going to blow everybody up he said I don't WanNa be a part of whatever they're cooking up that's do you need to know about the trump administration to reckless for John Bolton and Bolton is right because other administration officials are now being dragged into this attorney general better call Saul looks like he's in trouble Rudy Giuliani not only in trouble for ignoring subpoenas Mike Congress but now the southern district of New York is going to indict him he worried he's GonNa Isa Worried he's going to jail today he was being fitted for Bill Cosby lasts the Democrats had a big debate Wednesday night the big issue was marijuana I did not have enough of it I mean I I couldn't the three hours I couldn't last I mean my fund is never been sitting around for hours watching people talk bullshit I found out the first time I did cocaine but twelve candidates now twelve ten wasn't confusing enough they upped it to twelve four. Tom fire got like no words in the transcript of the debates he was listed as unidentified man and issue this is during the squad you know the squad the squad the four three of them have now endorsed Bernie Sanders and Bernie said today when I said I needed fresh blood I meant literally Bernie Friday night at ten or watch anytime H._B._O. on demand for more information log onto H._B._O. Dot com.

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John Bolton: Trump's national security adviser is out

Gary and Shannon

04:13 min | 1 year ago

John Bolton: Trump's national security adviser is out

"John Bolton Godbold. more time on Michael Bolton in the office this morning and we did on John Bolton aside no Nicks never heard this yeah I didn't even know John Bolton was or Michael Bolton for that matter we interviewed John Bolton back when he was just former secretary of state and former UN ambassador John Bolton a few years ago at the Republican National Convention if you remember we talked with John Bolton at the time he was actually somewhat critical of Donald Trump because there had been a comment earlier in the week about whether or not we were getting along with NATO what our place would be whether we would pull out of NATO I'd retract this I just say look what I really need is this and then say it maybe he'll do it in the speech tonight but you know if an adversary thinks that you're not going to stick with your friends what do you think the consequence of that is now he goes on to say Russia China they're paying attention to these things in ways we know after Michael Flynn laughed an HR McMaster left then John Bolton became the national security adviser John Bolton has been seen as the adult in the room as the president continues to pursue diplomatic openings with two of our most. largest and enemies of that being obviously North Korea and Iran he disagreed with the president on this the president has continued to court Kim Jong own in recent days he has expressed a willingness to meet with the president of a Ron under the right circumstances and Bolton has been against this from go the tune had never really gotten along personally yeah and this I don't know what it was that made it come to ahead you can assume that it probably had to do with the discussion over the weekend about bringing Taliban representatives and representatives from Afghanistan to camp David in order to help us negotiate some sort of a piece there in Afghanistan which we now know that meeting went away the president called it off there were there were criticisms about specifically the location camp David being used for the S. and also the proximity chronologically to the September eleventh attacks the Taliban of course gave safe harbor to al Qaeda which perpetrated the September eleventh attacks so at this point it appears there was some discussion last night all with the tweet from the president this morning at eight fifty eight was. I informs John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House I disagree strongly with many of his suggestions as did others in the administration and therefore I asked John for his resignation which was given to me this morning I thank John very much for his service I'll be naming a new national security adviser next week they say the tension between the two was aggravated recently by the president's decisions to call off that plan airstrike on Iran in retaliation for remember we had a drone shot down and also it was a further intensified when the president planned to meet with Kim Jong own at the demilitarized zone and cross over into North Korea Mitt Romney talked about this this morning calling the firing a huge loss he said his view was not always the same as everybody else in the room that's why you wanted him there the fact that he was a contrarian from time to time is an asset not a liability I'm very very unhappy to hear that he's leaving it's a huge loss for the administration and for the nation it's interesting because after the president's tweet twelve minutes in fact after the president's tweet John Bolton took to the took to the Twitter machine and said I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk about it tomorrow when he went on to say how my supposed to live without you how am I supposed to live. which one's better this one when a man loves a woman idle or do you celebrate the entire catalog hi this is really the only one I feel like getting misty over there not a little bit dusty in here John Bolton out as national security

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Up First

"National security adviser John Bolton his on a trip. He is in Turkey trying to clarify when and how the US will pull its troops out of Syria. Bolton has said American troops will stay in Syria until ISIS radically and until Turkey promises not to attack. Kurdish fighters who have been US allies that comes weeks after President Trump promised to pull out from northern Syria. Very quickly reportedly in as little as thirty days. NPR's Sherlock was recently in northeastern Syria, where us troops are. And she's tracked how US allies there watching all this unfold. Good morning. Good morning. So Steve just alluded to the kind of back and forth with all the statements on this. Can you walk us through? What has transpired what we've been hearing on this desk for? Yes. So say President Trump said on the seventeenth the ISIS was defeated. And then deployed Tim the US troops ole coming back and they coming back now. But now minute you ficials seem to have talked. Resident out of putting out too quickly. They never agreed with his decision. And as you said speaking, Israel, John Bolton Trump's national security advisor said well, we all going to pull out, but only once is is defeated and not until the interests of our local allies that that's the kudus sh-led groups that have been fighting ISIS alongside the US protected. The president himself seems to have worked this back slightly off initially declaring ISIS defeated. He now says that US troops will some US troops will remain at least until ISIS is gone. So this could take months or longer, I suppose, we should note just to be complete that both the president and John Bolton insist their position has not changed at all. Although it would appear that it certainly has right. You could say the seems to be some kind of a face saving measure Webuye trying to stick with the idea that US troops will withdraw. But now the time of that is much less clear, and they're insisting that they need to protect these kaddish allies..

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman and with the world. Good to have you with us. Nikki Haley is out as you as ambassador to the United Nations. She announced her resignation today effective. The end of this year Haley said it's been an honor of a lifetime to serve at the UN and she ticked off a list of foreign policy accomplishments under President Trump. The United States is respected countries may not like what we do with they respect what we do. They know that if we say we're going to do something, we follow it through in the president fruit that whether it was with the chemical weapons in Syria, whether it's with NATO saying that other countries have to pay their share. I mean, whether it's the trade deals, which have been amazing, they get that the president needs business and they follow through with that Haley was speaking there at the White House seated next to the President Trump spoke to praising Haley's diplomatic work at the UN. That was really the thing. I think she did best at the United Nations. She got to know the players. She got to know China, Russia, India. She knows everybody very first name basis and they like your except for maybe a couple of normal can't be, but they do. They really like. And I think maybe more importantly, they respect her. Molly Montgomery has an inside view of US diplomacy. She served as vice President Mike Pence, special adviser for Europe and Russia before she. Government earlier this year, she's now a vice president with the global business strategy firm, Albright Stonebridge group. So Molly, we're still trying to figure out why ambassador Haley resigned today. Essentially, she said it was time. What do you make of the timing of this resignation? Why now? Well, the timing was somewhat of a surprise Marco, but I do think it's no secret that ambassador Haley's influence has been in decline since John Bolton took on his role as national security adviser. Nikki Haley is not someone who folds easily I would say. And so the idea that if her role were significantly diminished by the arrival of secretary Pompeo and John Bolton that she would depart, I think is is a logical next step. I mean, tell me more about the arrival of John Bolton Trump's national security advisor because he's reputed to throw his weight around and he's got strong views of the UN to boot. How well did he and Hayley get along? My understanding is. Is that he certainly exerted more of an influence is a former US ambassador to the United Nations. And so this is somewhat of a pet issue for him and during his tenure, he was famous or rather perhaps infamous for his dislike of the UN in his skepticism of multi-lateralism more generally, you said her clout had been on the decline. Can you elaborate a little bit more on that during the early months of the Trump administration? Nikki Haley was really willing to push US policy in areas, particularly concerning Russia and Ukraine, from her perch at the UN, and she was able to do that because there was a vacuum as Tillerson declined to engage with both allies and adversaries alike. And so as secretary Pompeo moved over from the CIA, he has been much more willing to fill that traditional roles. And I think that engagement has really closed the space for Nikki. Haley to operate beyond just the UN. Nikki Haley was pretty tough when it came to Russia, wasn't she? She was absolutely particularly. I would say in the early months of the administration, there were several instances when she pushed the envelope in terms of the administration's rhetoric on Russia, particularly speaking about Russian aggression toward Ukraine and set laying down some markers for the administration on that issue. I'm just wondering if you caught any glimpses of ambassador Haley inaction at the UN something that you spotted that you think maybe the rest of us might not have seen something in the realm of diplomacy? Well, I think ambassador Haley was certainly very willing to take on board the idea that our allies are not necessarily our traditional allies, but those who are with us on a transactional basis. And we certainly saw that after the United States recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, where she was very eager to reach out to in to reward. Countries that had voted with the United States or at least not against the United States. So when historians look back on Nikki Haley tenure with the UN, what will they see? I think they will see a u. n..

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Joining us now sponsor Farrand who's a professor emeritus international relations at Bennington college in Vermont resigned from his post as revolutionary around first embassador to the United Nations when how many regime refused to accept the US recommendation to release its US hostages his books include us imperialism, the Spanish American war to the Iranian revolution and the US press and Iran foreign policy and the journalism of deference welcome to background briefing monthly. So so what do you expect tomorrow? President Trump will be chairing the UN Security Council, and they're expected to discuss Iran, but already today at the UN John Bolton Trump's national security advisor when atoms and play to be belligerent towards Iran. Saying, quote, I might imagine that they would take me seriously. When I assure them today, if you cross our allies or our partners, if you ask citizens if you continue to lie, cheat and deceive yes, there will indeed be hell to pay first of all what's he talking about? I I mean, I haven't noticed any attacks on American citizens from Iran lately view, of course, were there during the hostage crisis, which I think in many ways has shaped the relationship for the worst if you will. But how do you see this kind of combination of belligerence and hyperbole? John Boulton in number of the people who are in his in his in the category in terms of the foreign policy orientation expected event the United States withdrew from the nuclear dis. They expected you to do the same and by doing that that is returning to investment of uranium the way it was before the nuclear deal. It would definitely dip your opinion union even Russia and China because they were all involved in negotiating with Iran. And then he even did that that is to say ask the inspectors, if International Atomic Energy agency to leave the country and claimed that the invocation uranium which means implicitly saying that you're going to develop gain the capacity to make nuclear weapons spa denying that. They have such intentions that could lead to a kind. Confrontation that military action would be an option for the United States. And given the fact that Bolton and number of other Viking people think this confrontation with Iran could lead to resume change in Yvonne. This is doing nothing economically and politically as well as into poker Gunda to force the regime to withdraw from the nuclear deal and expelled. The inspectors of incensio atomic energy from the country. But what is surprising is that? Iran has not done that remains committed to create deal and has convinced the European countries that is the other countries involved that is to. For members of the national Security Council from Germany. That they want to have note to to normalize trade and economic relations with the European countries. And of course, the situation puts kill the European Union quake bitten and invest in a real dilemma on the one hand, they do want to have trade relations with Iran. The number of European countries had even made some agreements with Iran had some some these any LAN. But if you're not going to impose secondary sanctions, then obviously it would be disincentive for European companies and governments to persuade you. That's the meeting in New York today, they were trying to persuade Iran to stay committed continue to fulfill your responsibilities on the basis of nuclear deal hoping that they would be able to pursue it the United States to change. But I doubt very much. They will be able to influence. Donald trump. Well, it was pretty clear on display today with President Trump's speech to the general assembly of the United Nations where he was greeted with mocking laughter. When he was boasting about how Great America is under him and how he's turned things around. And this is the greatest government Americans ever had and we're doing incredible things etcetera etcetera. And then he then he went on with this grab bag of bizarre stuff that he gets from right wing fringe websites from Fox News..

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"Says they kill us on both security and trade jonathan chait writes in new york magazine that trump is training his base to hate nato and like bhuttan indeed trump has been remarkably successful fifty one percent of republicans now believe that the united states shouldn't defend nato allies unless they increase defense spending even more astonishingly trump seems to have reversed republican attitudes towards russia completely and towards its dictate of ladder putin at a reason rally from said you know what putin's fine these fine we're all fine with people republicans on are twice as likely as democrats to express a favourable opinion of putin and fifty six percent one to cooperate and engage more with russia the republican party has proved remarkably malleable ideologically the party of law and order now has deep distrust for the fbi the party of free trade is now far more solidly behind protectionism than the democrats the party that celebrated ronald reagan's optimism about immigrants now contains a majority that supports separating families at the border and criminally prosecuting undocumented immigrants from political genius continues to be that he recognizes that the base of the republican party is ripe for this ideological revolution that while the old reaganite formulas may still be subscribed to by republican letes in washington and new york it is not embrace aced out there in the grass roots five years ago one establishment republican wrote the specter of isolationism is stalking the republican party it is hardly certain that isolationist sentiment will prevail but it is critical that national security republicans can answer the questions being raised restore coherent party platform and thereby thwart the new isolationism those words were written by john bolton trump's national security advisor it seems that even the most stalwart national security republicans have accommodated themselves to the trump revolution for both go to cnn dot com slash read and read my washington post column this week and let's get started.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Michael cohen and is he is he bucking for a of a harden is that what is that what michael cohen is dylan well we got to go over what happened with george stephanopoulos the chat well talk michael cohen had with george stephanopoulos no audio the video of just them together or an image but no audio or video of the actual interviews so it's it's transcribed but certainly some very interesting aspects of the george stephanopoulos and the michael cohen the former friend lawyer fixer you know the ray donovan allegedly for for trump prior to him becoming president so we will get in depth on that we also have the north korean cinci asian which i have worn from the beginning don't trust the north koreans the only thing different this time is that i do think that kim jong hoon is more fearful of donald trump and the fact that trump is unpredictable and might have met his match here that's what we have working for us is trump is a a whole different kind of leader a whole different kind of president so that might be enough in order to intimidate kim jong un and for him to actually act but as i told you last week it was on this very program last week now this has gotten a whole lot more attention over the weekend and today but we were early on this last week as i was going over the report from thirty eight north about the north koreans actually building up infrastructure at several nuclear sites the young beyond site which is the plutonium i think it's an old russian designed breeder reactor where it's only to build or to manufacture produce fizzle material to make nuclear weapons it's not a nuclear plant to generate electricity that's kind of the ruse that the iranians have built and in fact i believe there are power lines grids that come from the plant so the purpose with north koreans not not not do purpose it's just a plan to make a bomb making material that's it there are no power lines no grids and i you know by the looks of things there's there's not much power in north korea when when you look at that ubiquitous classical satellite shut looking down at just how illuminated south korea is at night versus north korea almost total darkness couple of specs alight or around pyongyang the capital of north korea so we'll get into that coming up in just a bit but what am i said again last week if you if you hang with us you get a lot of things thrown your way on the earlier side and i i've i've last week i reiterated what i've said for years you can't trust the north korea's even with the trump meaning i still don't trust the north koreans and we've got to be very very careful with them and i'm hoping that president trump knows this i mean he's certainly surrounded by individuals john bolton john bolton trump's national security advisor he's on record as saying on several occasions i think the last time he said it might have been back in april even before there was chatter of a summit if i'm not mistaken john bolton made the the the old joke yeah it's like the old lawyer joke how do you know lawyers lying well they're their mouth is moving he applied that joke to kim jong how do you know when the north koreans are are lying about their mouths are moving the same joke and that's true they hosed us they've screwed us over many times in the past just ask madeline champagne toast albright and bill clinton for instance so we'll get into that in a little more detail later on oh and good news and i i don't know exactly where in thailand this is i've been following the.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is this schnitt show always michael cohen does he is he bucking for a indication of a harden is that what is that what michael cohen is dylan well we've got to go over what happened with george stephanopoulos the little chat role talk that michael cohen had with george stephanopoulos no audio the video of just them together or an image but no audio or video of the actual interview so it's it's transcribed but certainly some very interesting aspects of the george stephanopoulos and the michael cohen the former friend lawyer fixer you know the ray donovan allegedly for for trump prior to him becoming president so we will get in depth on that we also have the north korean sit she asian which i have worn from the beginning don't trust the north koreans the only thing different this time is that i do think that kim jong hoon is more fearful of donald trump and the fact that trump is unpredictable and might've met his match here that's what we have working for us is trump is a whole different kind of leader a whole different kind of president so that might the enough in order to intimidate kim jong un and for him to actually act but as i told you last week it was on this very program last week now this has gotten a whole lot more attention over the weekend and today but we were early on this last week as i was going over the report from thirty eight north about the north koreans actually building up infrastructure at several nuclear sites the young beyond site which is the plutonium i think it's an old russian designed breeder reactor where it's only to build or to manufacture produce fizzle material to make nuclear weapons it's not a nuclear plant to generate electricity that's kind of the ruse that the iranians have built in in fact i believe there are power lines and grids that come from the plants but it's it's dualpurpose with the north koreans not not not do purpose it's just a plan to make a bomb making material that's it there are no power lines no grids and i you know by the looks of things there's there's not much power in north korea when when you look at that ubiquitous classical satellite shut looking down at just how luminated south korea is at night versus north korea almost total darkness couple of specs alight or around pyonyang you know the capital of north korea so we'll get into that coming up in just a bit but what have i said again last week if you if you hang with us you get a lot of things thrown your way on the earlier side and i've i've last week i reiterated what i've said for years you can't trust the north korea's even with the trump meaning i still don't trust the north koreans you've got to be very very careful with them and i'm hoping the president trump knows this i mean he's certainly surrounded by individuals ellison john bolton john bolton trump's national security advisor he's on record as saying on several occasions i think the last time he said it might have been back in april even before there was chatter of a summit if i'm not mistaken john bolton made the the old joke yeah it's like the old lawyer joke how do you know when a lawyers lying well they're their mouth is moving he applied that joke to kim jong how do you know what the north koreans are are lying about their mouth movie this is the same joke and that's true they they've hosed us they've screwing us over many times in the past just ask madeline champagne toast albright and bill clinton for instance so we'll get into that in a little more detail later on oh and good news and i i don't know exactly where in thailand this is i've been following the.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"The kernel we still don't know if north korea will give up its nuclear weapons but as we discussed last week it looks very likely only time will tell but it's now clear that president trump's a real negotiator all of the experts insisted the opposite how could they agree to a presidential summit without first guaranteeing the end product they wine all those who negotiated failed deals over the years are now critics but what happened in singapore for the first time since ronald reagan to record was a us president who actually knew how to negotiate and he took on america's enemies five lessons stand up one don't make light of your counterparts failings play them up obama's team praised iranian president ruhani as a moderate by praising him we justified making concessions to him without requiring reciprocation thus are negotiations with the burden to prove good intentions on themselves rather than their opponents trump do the opposite after north korea tested an icbm last july trump called kim little rocket man and adman by polarizing kim and blaming him for the danger of the us national security trump required kim to prove his good intentions as a precondition for to go creations kim then released three american hostages and blew up his nuclear test site he was the one who needed to prove his credibility not trump number to intimidate don't woo your opponents friends trump's three predecessors all beg china to rain in the north koreans thus handing all the leverage to beijing trump on the other hand threaten china he linked to u s china trade deals to chinese assistance in curtailing north korea and agreeing to a us goal of denuclearizing china's client state trump's linkage of u s china trade to north korean denuclearization paid off zyppah cut off north korean coal exports to china and limited fuel shipments from china a month later kim announced he wanted to meet with his korean counterpart three make it easy for your side to walk away from the table and hard for the other side to jump ship i trump and secretary mattis threatened to destroy north korea second trump proposed a large increase in defense spending third trump repeated that he has no idea whether talks with kim will lead to an agreement or not but it's worth a try finally after came in salted national security adviser john bolton trump cancelled the summit trump's polling numbers improved as for kim trump's nixon the summit taught him to lessons i learned the price of failure and second kim learned that unlike his predecessors trump doesn't fear walking away if kim wants to negotiate he must respect trump's choices number four appoint hardline negotiators kim's attack on bolton was reasonable for his perspective bolton has been the most outspoken critic of nuclear diplomacy with north korea in washington forever for the past generation americans engage in negotiation with the enemies have given their opponents say even veto power over the members of the negotiating teams this wall ignoring the concerns of their domestic constituencies trump did the opposite after setting up the talks in a way that minimizes the cost of walking away for him and maximizes the cost for kim he chose negotiators that would both minimize the chance original bad deal and encourages constituents that he can be trusted everybody knows so long as bolton is present there's no chance the us will agree to a bad deal trump's rising poll numbers and that's the majority of americans support has megotiating with kim show that his efforts have paid off politically and number five take control of the clock reporters were shocked when trump announced that he and kim we're about to sign an agreement soon they were in the grand hall for a formal signing ceremony the agreement was nothing but platitudes for which trump was criticized of course but the point wasn't to reach a serious agreement the point was signing the paper by signing it crump took all the time pressure off himself they have their deal they have the time they need now to do what it takes to get kim to cough up all of his nukes and time is working against him secretary pompeo said the economic sanctions on north korea will remain until they denuclearize in a verifiable manner thus assuming kim cares about his nation's economy he will want to reach a deal and it will as quickly as possible trump is only dealing with a nuclear north korea because all of his predecessors enabled pyongyang's nuclear armament through week diplomacy he's doing his thing because they're old approach gave him the ability.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The kernel we still don't know if north korea will give up its nuclear weapons but as we discussed last week it looks very likely only time will tell but it's now clear that president trump's a real all of the experts and sister the opposite how could they agree to a presidential summit without i guarantee indian product they wine all those who negotiated failed deals over the years are now critics but what happened in singapore for the first time since ronald reagan went to record vick was a us president who actually knew how to negotiate and he took on america's enemies five lessons standout one don't make light of your counterparts failings play them up obama's team praised iranian president ruhani as a moderate by praising him we justified making concessions to him without requiring reciprocation aren't to go she put the burden to prove good intentions on themselves rather than their evil opponents trump do the opposite after north korea tested an icbm last july trump called kim little rocket man and a madman by polarizing kim and blaming him for the danger of the us national security trump required kim to prove his good intentions as a precondition for to go nations kim then released three american hostages and blew up his nuclear test site he was the one who needed to prove his credibility not trump number to intimidate don't woo your opponents friends trump's three predecessors all beg china to rain in the north koreans thus handing all the leverage to beijing trump on the other hand threaten china he linked to u s china trade deals to chinese assistance in curtailing north korea and agreeing to a us goal of denuclearizing china's client state trump's linkage of u s china trade to north korean denuclearization paid off zych cut off north korean coal exports to china and limited fuel shipments from china a month later kim announced he wanted to meet with the south korean counterpart three make it easy for your side to walk away from the table and hard for the other side to jump ship i trump and secretary mattis threatened to destroy north korea second trump proposed a large increase in defense spending third trump repeated that he has no idea whether talks with kim will lead to an agreement or not but it's worth a try finally after cannons salted national security adviser john bolton trump cancelled the summit trump's polling numbers improved as for kim trump's nixon the summit taught him to lessons i learned the price of failure and second kim learned that unlike his predecessors trump doesn't fear walking away if kim wants to negotiate he must respect trump's choices number four appoint hardline negotiators kim's attack on bolton was reasonable for his perspective bolton has been the most outspoken critic of nuclear diplomacy with north korea in washington forever for the past generation americans engaging in negotiation with enemies have given their opponents say even veto power over the members of the negotiating teams this wall ignoring the concerns of their domestic constituencies trump did the opposite after setting up the talks in a way that minimizes the cost of walking away for him and maximizes the cost kim he chose negotiators that would both minimize the chance original bad deal and encourages constituents that he can be trusted everybody knows so long as boldness president there's no chance the us will agree to a bad deal trump's rising poll numbers and that's the majority of americans support his negotiations with kim show that his efforts have paid off politically and number five take control of the clock reporters were shocked when trump announced that he and kim we're about to sign an agreement soon they were in the grand hall for a formal signing ceremony the agreement was nothing but platitudes for which trump was criticized of course but the point wasn't to reach a serious agreement the point was signing the paper by signing it trump took all the time pressure off himself they have their deal they have the time they need now to do what it takes to get kim to cough up all of his nukes and time is working against him secretary pompeo said that the economic sanctions on north korea will remain until they nuclear is in a verifiable manner thus assuming kim cares about his nation's economy he will want to reach a deal and implemented as quickly as possible trump is only dealing with a nuclear north korea because all of his predecessors in pyongyang's nuclear armand through week diplomacy he's doing his thing because they're old approach gave him the ability.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on Worldly

"To talk about so all of those things are kind of what had got tillerson in trouble with trump got mcmaster in trouble with trump has moved kelly to the sidelines like medicines guilty of all the things that have angered trump before but mattis for some reason has voided that i r until seemingly now so counterpoint here do we really think trump is actually cooling toward madison regis baby hearing more about it i'm not decided on this but i'm recalling as we waited the long slow death rex tillerson of this administration how there are all kinds of stories just like we're seeing right now about mattis about how there is this big division between tillerson and trump and that trump talks bad about tillerson are ask other people about him and tries to go around them in a lot of ways the same kind of narrative or seeing right now about mattis so one of the things i think actually is different is you guys will remember as the dolts in the room kind of got started last year they were all constantly with trump there there was this like secret pact we all heard about like no not everyone can be out of the country at one time and they were constantly having dinner with him they're basically like bodyman staffing trump at all points in time no kind kinda seems like either trump is off on his own or bolton's playing that role or maybe stephen miller and mattis is just like less present in trump's line of site now but could madness go and change that dynamic himself like you could basically get back in trump's good graces just by constantly being his best friend and being as dinner partner and say tang out go bowling together i don't know i i am struggling to actually believe that there is this real division between them that is any different than it was before and maybe it's just your point alex like he has no one left to focus as eireann so madison's now the he's the guy and we have to remember we've had this narrative of the last year where people are saying madison hero he'll keep trumpeting check and he's going to save us all with trump like that i think trump's gonna hate that so at some point in time trump's going to start realize madison's maybe not doing him a service i also kind of wonder if part of this is coming from the john bolton camp right so new national security adviser john bolton trump doesn't traditionally love john bolton mainly because of his mustache because trump likes you know his advisory in shaven yeah he likes he likes them to be out of central casting right that's not what national security advisor looks like right national security adviser looks like my flynn you know until he goes to jail so part of me wonders if this is like bolton trying to get in trump's good graces and stirring shit up right trying to kind of leak out to the press here there say oh you know madison's on the outs now look you can trust me i'm the one who actually agrees with you on all these things madison's the one who is pushing back and slow rolling all your initiatives i think that's totally possible i just think we should maybe give trump a little bit of credit here like this is a guy who despite not knowing what policies he wants to pursue to see the world he wants to create he clearly has a worldview right and the people he keeps pushing out or he keeps fighting most against our sort of those traditionalist foreign policy voices the tillerson's mcmasters you know be kind allies occasionally work with adversaries to find some sort of deal but otherwise push against them you know almost as simple as that frankly and like that's just not the world that trump wants to live in trump kind of has this view which is how come the world just doesn't work a hundred percent in america's favor and mattis is at the forefront of i'll put it this way i remember being struck by normal press releases the dod puts out like after you know madison meets with someone it was incredible they kept saying like an america always support to nato like no matter what we love our allies and that was a hundred percent to counteract the trump campaign like this was early on this was like january twenty seventeen february twenty eight this is very clearly.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To speak to the special counsel robert muller or ignoring a subpoena npr's scott neuman reports in a whirlwind of media appearances this weekend that included abc nbc cnn and an interview with the washington post giuliani sought to clarify earlier remarks concerning payments to adult entertainers stormy daniels and the investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen campaign he suggested that muller hoped to ensnare the president in a perjury trap and the trump might ignore subpoenas to testify or exercises right not to self incriminate here's giuliani on abc's this week they don't have a case on obstruction which is why they're asking all these cockamamie questions about what do you feel what do you think i'm gonna walk them into a prosecution for perjury like martha stewart did on nbc giuliani said the president was unaware of payments to stormy daniels until his legal team showed him the paperwork scott neuman npr news washington with president trump facing a saturday deadline to decide whether to reimpose sanctions that were waved under to the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal european leaders are trying to address trump's concerns npr's peter kenyon says british foreign secretary boris johnson is the latest to meet with us officials on the deal johnson won't be meeting with the president but is due to speak with vice president mike pence and national security adviser john bolton trump has said the price of sanctions relief for iran must include not just nuclear restrictions but also kerr tailing its missile program and its regional influence running officials say it's too late to renegotiate the nuclear accord npr's peter kenyon human rights groups are warning of a deteriorating situation in burundi ahead of a referendum npr's ada peralta reports the proposed constitutional amendment would extend the president's ruled human rights groups say opponents of the referendum have been jailed and beaten and to international broadcasters have been banned the government forced the bbc and voice of america to cease operations saying they had broken the law with unprofessional conduct if passed the referendum would allow president pierre in currency set to remain in power until twenty thirty four including is already serving a third term which many inside and outside the country consider unconstitutional his attempts to stay in power have led the street protests and then attempted coup more than four hundred thousand people have been displaced in the last two years the referendum.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman president trump's newest lawyer rudy giuliani says he won't rule out president trump's refusing to speak to the special counsel robert muller or ignoring a subpoena npr's scott neuman reports in a whirlwind of media appearances this weekend that included abc nbc cnn and an interview with the washington post giuliani sought to clarify earlier remarks concerning payments to adult entertainer stormy daniels and the investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen campaign he suggested that muller hoped to ensnare the president in a perjury trap and the trump might ignore subpoenas to testify or exercises right not to self incriminate here's giuliani on abc's this week they don't have a case out obstruction which is why they're asking all these cockamamie questions about what do you feel what do you think i'm gonna walk them into a prosecution for perjury like martha stewart did on nbc guiliani said the president was unaware of payments to stormy daniels until his legal team showed him the paperwork scott newman npr news washington with president trump facing a saturday deadline to decide whether to reimpose sanctions that were waved under the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal european leaders are trying to address trump's concerns npr's peter kenyon says british foreign secretary boris johnson is the latest to meet with us officials on the deal johnson won't be meeting with the president but is due to speak with vice president mike pence and national security adviser john bolton trump is said the price of sanctions relief for iran must include not just nuclear restrictions but also detailing its missile program and its regional influence a running officials say it's too late to renegotiate the nuclear accord npr's peter kenyon human rights groups are warning of a deteriorating situation in burundi ahead of a referendum npr's ada peralta reports the proposed constitutional amendment would extend the president's rule human rights groups say opponents of the referendum have been jailed and beaten and to international broadcasters have been.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I heart radio station is thirty seven degrees at three o'clock good morning i'm sue guzman a firefighter was killed in harlem last night after a fire broke out during a film shoot to blasios spokesman eric phillips tweeted out this as an awful night we have lost in new york city firefighter the massive five alarm blaze first reported about eleven o'clock last night on the set of the movie motherless brooklyn which is being filmed at the former saint nick's pub on west one hundred forty nine th street a may day call was made after that firefighter was reported missing when he was found he was taken a harlem hospital where he was pronounced dead nbc four new york reports the actors had just finished filming for the day when they smelled smoke at alerted authorities the new york post says the unidentified firefighter was thirty seven years old and leaves behind four daughters massive spending bill heading to the white house now after the senate passed the measure in a late night vote president trump is expected to sign the bill the measure funds the government through september the passage averts what would have been the third government shutdown of the year and it includes an additional eighty billion dollars in defense spending trump administration shakeups continue president trump now replacing national security advisor hr mcmaster with former un ambassador john bolton trump announced the change on twitter last night saying bolton will take over april ninth walton will be the third person to take the jobs and national security advisor secretary of state rex tillerson is bidding the state department farewell this can be a very mean spirited town but you don't have to choose to participate in that speech yesterday tillerson thanked the men and women of the united states diplomatic core president trump fired tillerson recently and he's nominating cia director mike pompeo the president is slapping tariffs on chinese imports valued at more than fifty billion dollars at the white house yesterday the president condemned the huge us trade deficit with china he also accused china of stealing us intellectual property his latest move is prompting new concerns about a trade war and that was seen on wall street when the dow tumbled more than seven hundred twenty points one person is injured after two different manhole explosions in lower manhattan yesterday afternoon witness geraldine sanchez said it took a moment before the.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Prosecutors claim they found more than thirty pounds of bomb making materials in their home the twin brothers are to back in court at the end of may trump administration shakeups continued president trump is replacing national security advisor hr mcmaster with former un ambassador john bolton trump the change on twitter last night saying bolton will take over april ninth he will be the third person to take the job as national security adviser president trump's legal team also undergoing shakeup one of the president's personal lawyers john doubt resigning today yesterday trump's had considerable shakeup and he says this one particular will add more firepower to his legal team to more aggressively confronts special counsel robert mueller's russia investigation the senate is approving a massive one point three trillion dollar spending package president trump is expected to sign the bill the measure will fund the government through september china's responding to trade tariffs president trump is impose using the nation china's commerce ministry announcing a list of one hundred twenty eight american products like pork wine fruit and steel that will now be potential retaliation targets earlier in the day the president signed an executive order that is set to impose tariffs and up to sixty billion dollars in chinese imports the world trade we're talking to nafta we're talking to china we're talking to european union and i will say every single one of them wants to negotiate investor selling off stocks yesterday amid fears of a trade war with china downtown's industrial average suffering its fifth biggest point drop in history ending a tumultuous day seven hundred twenty four points lower at twenty three nine fifty eight secretary of state rex tillerson is bidding the state department farewell this can be a very mean spirited town but you don't have to choose to participate in that speech yesterday tillerson thank the men and women of the us diplomatic core the president recently fired tillerson and his nominating cia director mike pompeo a new jersey woman who apparently suffered from alzheimer's and dementia has become the latest death blamed on the nor'easter police say the eighty seven year old woman was found in the snow yesterday morning after she went missing about midnight port authority leadership is voting to raise the minimum wage for workers at new york's three major airports newark liberty airport policy had set minimum pay at a rate lagging behind that for laguardia and jfk yesterday's decision will increase the base wage for all three airports to fifteen.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The line they really are rick their heart to deal with because of corrupt venezuela corrupt you mentioned hunduras how they act ray we now renege gin it's like iran eastwood movehe colombia maybe there were hoping they reduced trade for cocaine y'all got a whole theroux as about to say maybe so well what are we going to national news here so you of that clip john bolton trump needs to get league senate control may be fire people i agree with them bastable he's been on my show before here's this clip from fox neck this could be a getacquainted meeting i think is particularly important for a president with donald trump style very personal in many respects to be able to take measure i think he'll do biden in a meeting i i note with some concern randall leans out of the white house in the new york times warring saying the president's own staff is worried about this meeting i want us heard because they don't tend to be able to handle it so i think actually he'll do fine is by gasa what he really need do is get the league's under control how do they do that well i think he is got a fire some people and he ought to do the best gaby can to figure out who's doing elites and fire them and he may get the wrong person but i think firing somebody at this point is very credible yeah it was interesting ethnically pal i read the same article where they talk about that they wanted to kind of ethnically micromanaged him a little bit on meeting and harry wellprepared get you can't cut this guy alone with couldn't we the pros from dover construct your him i mean if i were the president i would be looking down with the people a engaged in preparation for that meeting with putin and deciding who was gonna see the door a yeah i agree with him and i think that that we need to i mean you have the right guy you're fired member the apprentice certainly trump has terminated people and his staff is not you know jared kushner steve bannon the his team they're not lightweights trust me nor is the the.

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"john bolton trump" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"john bolton trump" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"That clip john bolton trump needs to get leaks senate control may be fire people i agree with him bastable these been on my show before here's this clip from fox neck this could be a getacquainted meeting i think it particularly important for a president with donald trump style very personal in many respects to be able to take measure i think he'll do biden meeting i i note with some concern the leans out of the white house in the new york times wangsang the president's own staff is worried about this meeting i want us rock heard because they don't trust him to be able to handle it so i think actually he'll do fine is by gazza what he really need to get the league's under control how do they do that well i think he's got a fire some people and he ought to do the best gaby began to figure out who's doing elites and fire them and he may get the wrong person but i think firing somebody at this point is very critical yet it was interesting i think we probably read the same article where they talking about that they wanted to kind of ethnically micromanaged him a little bit on the meeting and then one man he harry wellprepared get you can't cut this guy along with putin we the pro from dover construct your him i mean if i were the president i would be looking down with the people a engage in preparation for that meeting with putin and deciding who was gonna see the door or yeah i agree with him and i think that that we need to i made you have the right guy you're fired member the the apprentice certainly trump was terminated people and his staff is not you know jared kushner steve bannon the his team they're not lightweights trust me nor is the the pentagon hey before we go to a break it's eight forty a m tom anderson show on a thursday if you want to join the conversation you can three five seven five eight six eight that's the phone number here's of fox news.

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