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"johnson tat" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"johnson tat" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Hello, and welcome to coffee house shorts spectators day politics podcast. I'm I'm joined by James for site and Katie booze. And we've all just been watching the most exciting prime minister's questions in the history of the session James. Well, Rebecca lumbago versus David intern exactly set pulses racing contest and raises an interesting question here. Which is what is pinky is going to feel like with a new Tory did who very used to may Corbin exchanges. And he gets I if at Nova, Jeremy Corbyn entries are natural dispatch balls. But it's interesting when you look at the current front, the twenties, you dispose Johnson. He is never tickly liked that format. He is he's, he's a better rally speaker is a speaker in Pont. I think those I suspect if we end up in a Kuban Boris pm key situation. It's both going to be all about the clips social media, they'll be prepared bit. But they'll both wanna get out. And so I get anyone anyone could hoping for return to going to vintage accused Jews of the post is going to be just pointed for quite some time to come nine anything from it. I think we learned some things that a future labour lead shit risk. Could look like I think if you go away from the content and things it slightly strange, having David into speaking for the government because we know the government is about to change in terms of Dettori's occupy it and things they can pursuing on Brexit. And she said that they were going to publish the Green Paper on social care as soon as possible, even though it's been written since the autumn. So. As soon as possible is interesting. But she believes that doing anything at the moment. Yeah, I mean, I think it was comedy. PM keys for the reasons you just laid out, which is even had David Livingston said something, very interesting. Does he have the gravitas to believe that is about to happen? And the point is not ready because of look to these candidates get in we don't believe David Lynton is going to have senior position notice respect to David Lipton. But I think on the labor side, Rebecca long, baby is someone he was often talked up as perhaps cool. The Kuban is preferred successor if you if John what stand side. Some have perched you have many Republican, for the leadership, someone like Rebecca long Bailey is seen as being much closer to Kubanov X in many ways, I think it was a fatty confident showing for her. I think it will create Rebecca long Fadi mania across the country, but I think she did competent and that will probably help her if we get to that point James, the reason we haven't David internet prime minister's questions, as opposed to the prime minister, the opposition is the d day commemorations in Portsmouth. And this marks the end as well. Donald Trump's visit to the U K, how's that state visit gone. Well, I think he's being less excruciating. Theresa May the many people expect it. I think the other thing which is interesting. Visit though. Always comes back, his comments on the NHS is what Trump has overall. And this is of the relative test, but he has been more diplomatic on this visit when he has been on previous occasions and Katie, the NHS comments that James is referring, t by Trump have caused a stir naturally in the conservative leadership contest. And you were the only journalist allowed access to a hustings the first hustings at the conservative party is held for some of his leadership candidates last night, because you chairing, it just tell us a little bit about what it was like in the room. Yes, we had the first the one nation caucus hustings, which is a great lead by Ambarawa NICKY, Morgan, and I mean, I think there's a lot of conservative described themselves as one nation Tories, I think, specifically when it comes to the makeup of this group, they have their declaration of values, but they are known for not being massive fans of an ideal Brexit. And the hustings were aimed specific. For that group to see which the candidates would closely match their values but other MP's were able to come in. So last night, I was in the chassis, and we had burst Johnson, Sacha Javid Andrea lead sim, and ROY Stewart, and I would say the atmosphere was generally very civil atmosphere. I think there is really much heckling tool, there was probably louder praise for some than others. I think when an is widely when I Johnson spoke, the room is very full. I think that you could see that quite of birth Johnson supporters had come for that moment say, so he just got a warm reception. But some of that was linked to the fact it was his team and each made that pitch. And I think that I mean the hardest tasks really full those who advocating a deal Brexit brother-in-law is the best option, if they say, leave as a backup option and Boris Johnson's tat was to you talk about how he was a one nation conservative. But one that really does believe the conserved but he doesn't leave. By the end of October. That is X essential to them. It didn't need to EU and that was he kept pressing. So he was trying to combine the nodule pitch of Harry mica one nation Tory. And I think that had some effect in the room. I dating everyone was convinced Andrea lets him probably the person he was the most clear about how she would trying to live Renault deal Brexit people tried to move against her, and with that she was suggesting things like the fact that no one wants to general election, clearly rewrite talks thing. Any candidate say they want one but she she did make the point that she would do everything she could stop, not Brexit. But she couldn't d- her manage new deal. She would pursue no deal. And he said, if the conservative party was forced to have a general election because of ramp tried to stop the tourism, delivering Brexit that wouldn't be the worst thing to go into action on competitive, James. I think it's around a half of the conservative parliamentary party, his yet to come out. Out in support of one candidate or another, who's got the big MO I think this is an interesting question, which I'm borstal go is in the lead in the dosen't sake. And there is a sense that, that is. But that that momentum is self reinforcing, Moby beget, more X rays yet. I'm being a bit of a worry for dominant raw. Because when you look at the MP's you haven't yet declared disproportionately tend to be payroll vote, types, who you would think would be less likely to back him. I think it was very significant for Boris Johnson because this was one of the big potential banana skins for him his campaign of kept in very much on the wraps. This was a hustings that he had to do it was a tough interrogator and a tough crowd. And he has come out of that without having sustained that he damage to ways Menchaca sustained damage, not one would have been if an attempt to win the room round he sounded like he was softened on his position because there is there is a perpetual suspicion among some Brexit is that Boris isn't really wanna them in the might you might sell them out down the line. So I think he Paul's not test L testy policy was he couldn't go really bad reception. The room he could have been kind of Gresley heckled. It could have been, and it could have settled for conversation about, you know, how could he possibly need the policy wouldn't always people quit the Tory whip. The back conversations happening is, is a win for him on that. I mean there's an. An interesting question the fingers most drop by Katie was saying, is whether the job and can get going as a candidacy, you know that, that being a few missteps by him early on. But I think he is the candidate who is under performing where he could be on. Can he get going one of the intriguing questions? Just say on that, I think if you've hats think about how fill the room was at different points, depending on that's supporters I think the Santa, Jeff at she got the warmest response to any question, and that was when he was talking about the Brexit party in had worked with them, and he faces the way to beat the Brexit body is by not being the Brexit party, and that seemed to really resonate with the rim, particularly without particular caucus. Thank you, Katie. And thank you, James, and you can listen subscribe on rate, this podcast on the I chain store, all you can get in touch with us on our special Email address, and I, particularly enjoyed the person who got in touch, saying, they weren't to find someone could Lisa Hartman will make sure she never comes back to do this podcast ever again. If you've got any other times often, he sounds dreadful, if you've got any other people to complain about, please do Email, poker's out, spectator dot K dot UK. Thanks for listening..

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"johnson tat" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"johnson tat" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The phone saying you know this was murdered line in judaism he running late i'm this about a year and a half has which i needed asked two key through two thousand at it why not necessarily gonna get the message by the end of sixty seven virtually anyone who might have been able to reach johnson on the war one way or another had gotten the same message mcgeorge bundy who had dared to go out and debate the war i college campus had left in early 66 robert mcnamara are the ultimate loyalists lasted somewhat longer but had himself finally begun to be tortured by doubts about the war and resigned in december sixty seven still even deep in the white house bunker harry mcpherson recalls the grim reality of the vietnam tobacco was making itself felt when you spend as much time laboring with this thing is he that when it had seen the only decision to me and when the judgement of history on his administration with riding illness a whether we had been a right to escalate and bit low this chasm under your feet is a horrible thing crises foot five hundred fifty thousand americans out there you've lost twenty five thousand of them dead withdrawal oh this is where the viet cong raiders here they had explosives their purpose apparently to destroy the embassy that purpose they did not succeed in the predawn hours of january three first 1968 north vietnam launched a massive surprise attack on dozens of american and south vietnamese targets militarily the tet offensive was a defeat for the north which suffered enormous casualties but politically it was a vastly different story the ability of north vietnam to mount an attack on this scale made it clear that the white house had either underestimated the strength and resolve of the north or new the truth but deliberately kept it from the american public either way for president johnson tat was a public relations disaster this was really the lows dismay month ira ever remember in the white house this month deferred of terrible quality of the war vienna team owned people it appeared that these dusted more clip that all of a sudden never going to quit that are crowd was uh as caught off guard as ever in an effort to reassure the.

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"johnson tat" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"johnson tat" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is where the viet cong raiders roll here they had explosive behr pauper's apparently to destroy the embassy in that purpose they did not succeed in the predawn hours of january three first 1968 north vietnam launched a massive surprise attack on dozens of american and south vietnamese targets militarily the tet offensive was a defeat for the north which suffered enormous casualties but politically it was a vastly different story the ability of north vietnam to mount an attack on this scale made it clear that the white house it either underestimated the strength and resolve of the north or knew the truth but deliberately kept it from the american public either way for president johnson tat was a public relations disaster this was really the lows dismay loved the ira ever remember in the white house this month to february the terrible quality of the war video came owned people it appeared that these guys did more quit that all alerting never going to quit let our crowd was a as caught off guard as ever in an effort to reassure the country on vietnam johnson recruited clark clifford a venerable washington insider and by all accounts a hawk on the war to replace robert mcnamara secretary of defense came into the pentagon john bone moore first 1968 this is clark clifford and its footing really froth all of the concerns that it might have felt before all began that come to the surface and went push into an air in the post up say in a go home night and be an easy and disturbed the new weight start again the next day and meet going through this business the critical point came after several weeks of briefing when clifford but the question to the joint chiefs it was describing what we can do with a larger force in south vietnam whether this would win the war that said i wanna know what is the military clean for victory in suv it loan there was new military plane is this kind of bottomless hit you see we could just be their year after year after year sacrificing ten thousand new york a year just didn't hit a lbj new secretary of defense was recognizing what his boss was still determined not to see just two months earlier on a christmas visit to american troops in vietnam lbj had offered eloquent reassurance that their service and sacrifice had a noble purpose josh you was a speech that winston churchill might well.

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