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Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

"North Korea has unveiled the little known daughter of its leader Kim Jong-un who attended a missile launch with her father and mother North Korea's state media released photos of Kim alongside his daughter watching a soaring missile from a distance Other photos showed her with her hair pulled back wearing a white coat and a pair of red shoes as she walked hand in hand with her father by a huge missile the photos and announcement mark the first time the Norse state media has mentioned Kim's daughter the move has drawn keen attention on a fourth generation member

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"kim jong" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | Last week

"kim jong" Discussed on WTOP

"A fund that is meant to compensate countries that haven't been the cause of climate change, but are now the victims of it. Youth activist Kevin matte says this is important The mental abdomen able to come up with that solution because people are suffering. Stacy Lynn, CBS News. There's more troubles underway at Twitter, CEO, Elon Musk, summoned all employees who write software to a meeting yesterday. After asking them to send screenshots and explanations of the recent work, The Washington Post reports in an email to Twitter's engineers, Musk suggests a crisis is now in the making several teams essential to keeping Twitter operating or down to a single engineer. Departing employees say a crash is imminent and CBS News is now announced that they are suspending all Twitter activity for its stations and the network out of what they're calling an abundance of caution. North Korea meanwhile out with a new threat, this is about using nuclear weapons. Quoted by state media a day after North Korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un vowed to resolutely react with nuclear weapons if the enemies continue to pose threats. Referring to recent U.S. Military drills with South Korea and a strengthening military commitment by Washington to South Korea and Japan. That's reporter Alex Jensen in Seoul. North Korea, meanwhile, is unveiled the daughter of its leader Kim Jong-un had a missile launch site. State media says Kim observed the launch of the country's new type of intercontinental ballistic missile with his wife and their beloved daughter, the previous day. Kim reportedly has three kids, but the 38 year old ruler has not publicly announced an heir. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather a lot of pushback in one area, this about curriculum, K through 12, will tell you about that and more. Stay with us. It's 1236. Hey, what's in the box? It's our box

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North Korea’s Arsenal, Nuclear and Otherwise, Has Grown Fast

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

North Korea’s Arsenal, Nuclear and Otherwise, Has Grown Fast

"North Korea's leaders praising his country's nuclear capability and warning about provocations I Norman hall North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says the test of a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile confirms that his country has another reliable and maximum capacity weapon to contain outside threats State media also reports that Kim warned the United States and its allies that their alleged provocative steps could lead to their self destruction Kim reportedly oversaw the launch of the missile The regime's neighbors said they detected Friday's launch of an ICBM that showed a potential ability to reach anywhere in the United States

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Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

"Right now is a guy who knows Florida knows Donald Trump knows we're on desantis Carl Jackson is here host of the Carl Jackson show heard in Orlando Florida and of course you hear him all the time on Salem radio, one of our best colleagues and host you can follow him at Carl Jackson show on Twitter and Carl, thanks for being with us today on America first. Thank you, Dan. I appreciate you having me on. And now this is going to be an interesting one because we know Donald Trump is jumping in and we hear. Chris Christie talking about the independence that he's going to turn off and that perhaps maybe someone like Iran desantis is better suited. I would contend Carl that there aren't a lot of moderates independent. I almost feel like they're kind of like the unicorn. Everybody is so divided. Everybody has such strong opinions right now. And I believe what happened to our friendly older, it doesn't matter who you are. If you have a Republican buy your name, they're going to come after you. I don't know if you're Trump or just say it to whoever you are. They're coming for you. Yeah, honestly, this is why Jen, when we get in power, the Republican Party, we need to willpower. I mean, it's just simple as that, listen, I don't think that Trump is a liability to the GOP, that's a bunch of nonsense. I defer a little bit in where I don't, I didn't like the tag to desantis. I think this is the time to be united and not divided unless they do get into a primary. But I'll say this. I want Trump to be the next president. And I'll tell you, I'll tell you why. Foreign policy is that no one's talking about that. But for God's sakes, we're damn near and World War three, Trump was able to curtail Xi Jinping, the guy in North Korea, I don't know why his name escapes me right now. Kim Jong-un. Thank you. Kim Jong-un, the world has gone to hell in a handbasket without him in office. He did things that were, he was very good when it comes to when it comes to foreign policy. I

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North Korea says missile tests were practice for merciless strikes

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

North Korea says missile tests were practice for merciless strikes

"North Korea says recent missile tests were a practice to attack South Korea and the U.S. The north's military says its recent barrage of missile tests were practices to mercilessly strike key South Korean and U.S. targets such as air bases and operation command systems with a variety of missiles that likely included nuclear capable weapons of the announcement underscores leader Kim Jong-un's determination not to back down in the face of his rivals push to expand their military exercises

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"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recently, the most recent from Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn on nets. Now Irving did hold a news availability today. The fact that this is penned me against the Jewish community and I'm here answering questions of whether or not I'm sorry or not. Something I didn't create and it was something I shared and I'm telling everybody I'm taking responsibility, then that's where I sit. But where he sits apparently is not enough for the Brooklyn, Brooklyn Nets, they are suspending him for at least 5 games without pay, saying they are dismayed by his failure unequivocally to say that he has no anti semitic beliefs. They say that he is not fit to be part of the organization at this point. So at least 5 games. South Korea and the U.S. are warning that if Kim Jong-un uses nuclear weapons, it'll be the end of his regime. The response from the United States to Kim's missile launch barrage is something well, it won't make him very happy. Listen. On the Peninsula, we're returning to large scale exercises. To strengthen our combined readiness and our ability to fight tonight, if necessary. And secretary Lloyd Austin in defense when consultation with South Korea extending the exercise period of vigilant storm. We are focused on making sure that they don't choose to employ a nuclear weapon or choose to attack South Korea. Austin says it is highly unfortunate that the DPRK has chosen this path and warns him against going down the path toward nuclear weapons. U.S. officials are able to meet with WNBA star Brittany griner in Russia for the first time in about three months. White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre. We are told she's doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances. Yeah, but grinder is serving time in Russia on drug charges and no hint

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US, South Korea warn Pyongyang against nuclear weapons use

AP News Radio

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

US, South Korea warn Pyongyang against nuclear weapons use

"The U.S. and South Korea are jointly warning North Korea that use of any kind of nuclear weapon against Seoul or other regional allies will result in the end of Kim Jong-un's regime I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Our commitment to and defending the ROK is our client We strongly condemn the DPRK's irresponsible and reckless activities As we said before these kinds of activities are destabilizing to the region Defense secretary Lloyd Austin met with his South Korean counterpart at The Pentagon after North Korea launched more than two dozen missiles in response to the U.S. South Korean military exercises The purpose of those exercises says Austin to strengthen our combined readiness and our ability to fight tonight if necessary Through a translator South Korean defense minister Lee Jong-suk says the U.S. and South Korea are united and resolute in their stance toward North Korea Any nuclear attack by the DPRK including the use of tactical nuclear weapons is unacceptable and result in the end of Kim Jong-un regime by the overwhelming and decisive response of the alliance This is a strong warning against the DPRK But Lee also says the allies would like to see tension with North Korea ease Along with the efforts of the alliance to deter and respond to DPRK nuclear threats secretary Austin and I pledge to encourage DPRK to choose the nuclearization and the path for a brighter future We also pledge to continue our cooperation to achieve a complete denuclearization of North Korea Pentagon acknowledges the large scale of the U.S. South Korean exercises dumped vigilant storm It involves more than 1600 U.S. and South Korean flights involving some 240 war planes You've also seen us and Austin notes move a carrier into port there recently and I think that's a pretty strong signal as well Ben Thomas Washington

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"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | Last month

"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Washington, D.C., world and national news with Nathan Hager. That's true. There you go. Good morning, Paul, President Biden is going to be a near Capitol Hill tonight to give a major speech on democracy with less than a week till the midterm election. Democratic National Committee says the president will address the threat of election deniers and the stakes for our democracy next week's election when he gives this speech later on this evening. At union station, that's just blocks from the capitol. White House senior adviser Anita Dunn told axios the president wanted to speak near Capitol Hill because that's where an effort to subvert democracy took place on January 6th of last year that speech is set for about 7 o'clock this evening, according to The White House. North Korea fired off its biggest one day missile barrage yet under Kim Jong-un's raging 23 missiles, including the first to fly over South Korea's maritime border, the south responded with three air to surface missiles near North Korea's side of the line, White House national security spokesman John Kirby says the U.S. condemns North Korea's missile launches, he says they did not pose an immediate threat to U.S. personnel. Senior military leaders in Russia recently discussed when and how they might use a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine. That's what multiple senior U.S. officials are telling The New York Times. We get more on that from Bloomberg government reporter Emily Wilkins. We know that from reporting that president Vladimir Putin was not a part of those conversations, but just the fact that you have seen your Russian military leaders. Even having discussions was very alarming to the Biden administration. Emily Wilkins reports U.S. officials are saying they do not see evidence that Russia is preparing actively for a nuclear strike. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries

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 North Korea says Kim supervised cruise missile tests

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

North Korea says Kim supervised cruise missile tests

"There's been more missile tests from North Korea North Korea says leader Kim Jong-un has supervised tests of long-range cruise missiles which he described as a successful demonstration of his military's expanding nuclear strike capabilities and readiness for actual war South Korean officials say Kim may also conduct a nuclear test in the coming weeks or months escalating a pressure campaign aimed at forcing the United States to accept the idea of the north as a nuclear power and to be able to negotiate concessions from a position of strength analysts say Kim is exploiting the distraction created by Russia's war on Ukraine using it as a window to accelerate arms development as he pursues a full fledged nuclear arsenal that

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Sen. Bill Hagerty: Biden Is Willing to Lose Lives for a Press Release

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:03 min | Last month

Sen. Bill Hagerty: Biden Is Willing to Lose Lives for a Press Release

"Is very important. This president is costing us face. We're losing respect. The foreign leaders have no respect for this administration and therefore they're able to disrespect and ignore us. You wouldn't see Kim Jong-un shooting ballistic missiles over Japan if president Trump was still in The White House. I can assure you that would be the case. And you know, I was there when he first tried that. And this administration, I think, is just inviting this type of behavior all around the world. The world is a bar less stable place. The biggest impact certainly came from the botched retreat from Afghanistan, 13 servicemen and women killed one of them, Ryan konos from Tennessee. I had to call Ryan's parents after that happened. It was a complete disgrace in the world saw what Joe Biden was doing. He was chasing a press release because he wanted to be the first president to get our troops home in time for the 20th anniversary of 9 11. He did that and he cost American lives and he cost our reputation abroad and he did it by overriding the advice of the Secretary of Defense overriding the advice of his Secretary of State. He did it for press release. Bill,

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Trump Wants 'His' Documents Back

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Trump Wants 'His' Documents Back

"Trump is asking the Supreme Court to give his documents back which are our documents not his documents and also he belongs in prison for it because the classified and probably nuclear secrets. Okay, good. Your thoughts? Yes. No clear. Well, they gotta give them back. First of all, they were planted, so that's why we need the back. Just to replant them where they were planted to show you if they were planted, so we got to get them back. Many people have said. We just played that. Him saying they're planted again, which of course his lawyers are never going to say, because you can't lie like that in court. Okay, this from The Washington Post piece aides who worked with Trump's White House were not surprised this summer when the FBI found highly classified material in boxes at Mar-a-Lago mixed with news clippings and other items. They had seen such haphazard collections before. During his four years in office, Trump never strictly followed rules and customs for handling sensitive government documents, according to 14 officials from hence administration. Most of whom, of course. Insisted on it. Until I guess their book comes out. To discuss what they call Trump's mishandling of classified information, he transcripts of his calls with foreign leaders as well as photos and charts used in his intelligence briefing to his private residence with no explanation. He demanded the letters he exchanged with Kim Jong-un, he kept close at hand so he can show them off to visitors, documents that would ordinarily be kept under lock and key, mingle with piles of newspaper articles in Trump's living quarters and in a dining room he used as his informal office. Someone Carlos was talking was it Ben Rhodes saying, it is always that he is his entire life, thought the rules don't apply to him, right? That Ben Rhodes said, whenever you put these in a burn bag and they are burned immediately, that is how in every other administration, this kind of material was handled.

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South Korean President warns North over nuclear program - CNN

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

South Korean President warns North over nuclear program - CNN

"North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles the fourth round in a week The move has prompted strong condemnation from its rivals as he attended a parade of military might to Marcus country's armed forces day South Korean president June condemned North Korea's weapons program If North Korea attempts to use nuclear weapons it will face a residue overwhelming response by the South Korean U.S. alliance and our military Strong words could enrage North Korean leader Kim Jong-un who has alleged that June's government was led by confrontational maniacs and gangsters South Korea Japanese and U.S. Military said they detected the two North Korean missile launches which occurred from North Korea's capital region

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 Seoul says North Korea, China reopen freight train traffic

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Seoul says North Korea, China reopen freight train traffic

"Battered by the coronavirus pandemic and UN sanctions North Korea resumes freight train service with China South Korean officials announced the reopening which comes after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un last month ordered the easing of the restrictions guarding against the spread of the coronavirus South Korea's unification ministry says it's not known how long the train service would last and what goods would be transferred China is the Norris economic pipeline and last major diplomatic ally More than 90% of North Korea's external trade has been with China The nosedive and trade between the two countries during the pandemic was believed to have caused to further strain on the north's fragile economy

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WSJ: Putin’s Best Bet in Ukraine Is Negotiation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

WSJ: Putin’s Best Bet in Ukraine Is Negotiation

"On Muhammad Jenkins has a really great piece in The Wall Street Journal from yesterday It's called Putin's best bet in Ukraine is negotiation And the gist of the piece is as follow me The Vladimir Putin is managed to anesthetize most of the population to the effect of the war in Ukraine That he's losing I don't think he's losing it to the degree a lot of people kind of blinded by their eagerness to defend Ukraine I get that I don't mean that in a bad way Are making it up but he is losing There's no question any rational actor would pose that Vladimir Putin's initial strategic battle plan did not play out as he initially intended There's no question about that However he has taken a substantial amount of territory but he's taking tremendous losses too Now Jenkins says listen he's anesthetized most of the oligarchy class in Russia because it's mostly poor and lower income folks in Russia whose kids are dying over there believe me There's a lot of Russians dying So the gist of Jenkins is pieces now that Putin according to the AP and others is declared this partial mobilization that if the elites the Russian oligarchs if their kids start getting dragged into the combat zone and brought home in body bags and coffins Putin's going to have a real problem because they're not a constitutional republic They're effectively a communist state Putin wins elections the same way Kim Jong-un wins elections By making you vote for him or you're dead Kim Jong-un gets 99% Putin lets a few people vote against him just for show So what's the problem with that Well the problem is obvious Once the elite class in Russia the oligarchs that have maintained Putin's inner circle of power start to turn on Putin because their kids are dying and showing up in body bags then what happens to Putin Putin's not dumb folks He's a tactical operator He's not stupid

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"kim jong" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"kim jong" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Results in the British medical journal, the lancet this week. The vaccine is relatively cheap, easy to produce and the world's largest vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, says it can produce at least 200 million doses annually, malaria is among the world's deadliest infectious diseases and the mosquito that carries that has been described as the world's deadliest animal. In 2020, more than 640,000 people died of malaria, the vast majority of them in Africa. North Korea's leader pledged Thursday's nation will never get up nuclear weapons as it seeks to counter the threat of the U.S. nuclear arsenal. Kim Jong-un made the comments at a gathering of North Korea's parliament, where members Thursday approved a new law allowing North Korea to carry out a preventive nuclear first strike, while declaring the nation's nuclear armed status irreversible. As long as nuclear weapons remain on earth and imperialism remains and maneuvers of the United States and its followers against our republic are not terminated. Our work to strengthen nuclear force will not cease. And hundreds of Google and Amazon tech workers are demanding the corporations drop a $1.2 billion program known as project nimbus, which will provide advanced artificial intelligence tools to the Israeli government and military. The no tech for apartheid campaign led protest Thursday in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Durham, North Carolina. This is Ariel corin, a Jewish former Google employee who says she was forced to quit due to her activism and support of Palestinian rights. Across these four cities, over ten Google workers will now be going public. With their names

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"kim jong" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"kim jong" Discussed on WTOP

"Everything to me like my mom means to me. Britain has entered 12 days of mourning King Charles the third has flown back from his mother's deathbed to assume his new duties as king. I'm Dickie Barker in London. Now with more CBS News, here's Deborah Rodriguez. Here in the U.S. President Biden calling Queen Elizabeth a great lady. As he signed a condolence book at the British embassy in Washington. The opportunity to meet her before she passed and she was an incredibly gracious and decent woman. The thoughts and prayers of the American people are with the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth and their grief. Flags at The White House have been lowered to half staff. There is new action in the federal criminal investigation into those documents seized at Mar-a-Lago, White House correspondent Stephen portnoy. In addition to filing notice that their appealing her ruling to the 11th circuit, the Justice Department also asks judge Eileen cannon to set aside the part of her order that blocks their criminal investigation until an independent arbiter's review of the documents is finished. Kim Jong-un has issued a new warning today. Reporter Alex Jensen has details from Seoul. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's warned via state media that the U.S. has miscalculated if it thinks sanctions will pressure the north into abandoning its nuclear weapons with denuclearization dialog looking more frozen than ever. Pyongyang's also pass a new law, allowing automatic nuclear strikes against enemies if the country's threatened. Couldn't seem to get your tax returns filed on time during the pandemic. You're in luck. The Internal Revenue Service will issue automatic refunds for late filing penalties on 2019 and 2020 federal returns. The average under the new IRS relief program will be about $750 per return. S&P futures are up 30 down futures ahead, two O 8. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. 8 O three Friday morning the 9th of September and it's going to be beautiful day today. Sunny right now kind of cool, but highs will be in the low to mid 80s. Good morning, I'm Bruce Allen. And I'm Joan Jones and our top stories this morning as we remember Queen Elizabeth long life of duty and service. Some Americans mourned her passing at the British embassy in northwest yesterday, something you can do beginning in less than an hour. Queen Elizabeth's passing, it's definitely end of an era and beginning of a new one. That has been a common theme outside the British embassy so many I spoke with like Katya say the monarch's devotion to her people and to public service must be admired and respected. She's been 70 years of her life performing her duties name one person who has been serving his country or her country as long as she did. People continue to lay floral tributes outside the embassy, the condolence book signed by president and misses Biden will be made available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for those who wish to put their tributes in writing. Reporting from the British embassy in northwest D.C., Sarah Jacobs news. By

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WaPo's Devlin Barrett Will Never Vet a Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

WaPo's Devlin Barrett Will Never Vet a Story

"When you see stories by them involving Donald Trump you have got to assume they're not their stories I'm not kidding It's someone in the deep state feeding them a story Listen to me not the story You get it And because they know they're not serious journalists who won't vet the story they're being told they know they can feed them a story rather than the story That's why they go to them Because they're not going to ask questions Now I did this segment about four or 5 weeks ago And I told you one of those people is any story you see by devil and Barrett Who is a notorious deep state hack Was a major player in purveying the whole collusion hoax whenever you see a story behind immediately discounted as being probably 95% false Someone in the deep state is telling him a story What happens with this Washington Post story today Who's the author Sure is Devlin Barrett Here we go buddy They know he won't vet the story They know they can tell him a story not the story Now if you found out that what they found was a letter from Kim Jong Kim Jong-un written to Donald Trump about their nuclear negotiations you may not like it but you probably have a far different opinion of what happened rather than the devil and Barrett Carol leonnig joined him on the byline and other terrible reporter by the way Tara awful report She's not She also does want to sell books about the Secret Service That's her only goal in life right If they told you the truth about what this likely was and even dug in a little bit with the anonymous source and said we're not going to run that unless you tell us what it is They don't do that because they want you believing that it's not this Kim Jong-un letter They want you believing it's seriously the location of Israel's ICBM missile

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Lee Smith: Kash Patel Says Mar-A-lago Documents Relate to Russiagate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Lee Smith: Kash Patel Says Mar-A-lago Documents Relate to Russiagate

"Because after the national archives gets these documents and they're making a lot of noise they want the Kim Jong-un letter They want to let our naturally that Barack Obama left to Donald Trump That's what they care about Then they say yeah there appears there was classified intelligence in there Cash says there's no classified intelligence Trump declassified at all Breitbart News reporters say well what is it He said well I don't want to talk about it because all these goons are going to accuse me of unveiling classified intelligence when it's not Cash says what this material is related to its rush gate and other things like Hunter Biden's laptop That's what gets the FBI to freak out Within a week they get a grand jury subpoena to go to Mar-a-Lago They're back in June looking for the same documents And you know what They can't find them They're looking for Russia gate stuff And if you're following The New York Times reporting now a Pulitzer Prize winning Maggie haberman et cetera If you look at what they're talking about they're talking about they're looking for documents related to fisa and related to confidential human sources Does that sound familiar It's referring to Stefan halper Christopher Steele and the Pfizer on Carter page That's what they're looking for And here's the thing The times published a piece at the end of last week and said they went in there and the piece ends with the revelation that the FBI didn't find what they're looking for So the question is does Donald Trump have these documents which he declassified before he left office or does no one has them I think we're in for even more interesting times ahead

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The FBI Did Not Have to Raid Mar-a-Lago

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

The FBI Did Not Have to Raid Mar-a-Lago

"And they say it's possible that the redactions in the 38 page document have some undisclosed bombshell possible, but given the contours of what the affidavit and the attachments reveal, this really does seem to boil down to a fight over the handling of classified documents. I had a back and forth with a never trumper when this thing first broke. Oh, it's got to be within more than just an argument over classified documents. And of course, naturally, the never trumper moved the goalposts. Now that that's what it appears to be, well, that's enough. Oh, he put the country in peril. He's going to sell secrets to Kim Jong-un, you can't have, they removed the goalposts. This as The Wall Street Journal editorial, which we're going to post at Mike online dot com about the Mar-a-Lago affidavit is that all there is. Does seem to boil down to a fight over the handling of classified documents. And the bottom line is that doesn't mean that the FBI and the Justice Department department had to resort to a warrant and federal agents search that they knew would be readily of criminal behavior. This does not appear to there's no criminal attachment to this apparently.

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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Unpacks His Recent Interview With Jake Tapper

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Dan Crenshaw Unpacks His Recent Interview With Jake Tapper

"Congressman Crenshaw, welcome to the show. Hey, Jack. Good to see you. Thanks for having me. So you are somebody who, you know, you seem like you can get both sides of the blue check Twitter and blow sides to Twitter just go and this one with such talent. They were just raining bombs on you because you had the tenacity and the temerity on the audacity to say that the Mar-a-Lago read was egregious. And it looked egregious. And you, by the way, you said that on Sunday, and I want to give you credit here because you said before we even had the John Solomon report out that it looked like they were trying to comply with these with these requests, then we get the John Solomon story last night that has the whole email chain that yes, they were trying to comply, but what they didn't realize was The White House counsel was coming in and they weren't invoking executive privilege and all of these things that the legal team bought they had were not being invoked for the first time in history. Judge Reinhardt himself comes out and says, unprecedented. So from where I did, it looks kind of like you were exactly right when you were talking on tamper about that. Yeah, well I'm glad those documents have come out recently because I know PolitiFact was trying to contact our office and dispute this idea. And of course it's indisputable because look, if they had asked repeatedly that Trump returned certain documents, then they would have said so by now. They would have used that in the justification for the raid just in public statements. So I think it was a pretty safe assumption. And then you look at further context. We're back in June, but they carried dozens of boxes out of Mar-a-Lago. But with the folklore operation of the Trump team and look, that's how normally things should be dot, all right? Mistakes are made, staff is backing up dozens of boxes full of documents. If you were Trump and you had a letter from Kim Jong-un or a letter from Barack Obama, which were some of the things that were taken out, you would probably assume that you're allowed to have those that I would seem to me like a personal memo or memento to have from your presidency. So you have to have some elements of good faith in dealing with these situations.

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300 Documents Found in Trump Raid

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 3 months ago

300 Documents Found in Trump Raid

"President Trump had more than 300 classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, barks The New York Times this morning. And I said, huh? That's it. That's what they went in for 300 documents. They're like 300 documents left lying around at the DoJ outer office that have a cover on them, classified. And now, top secret, SCI sensitive compartment and information or special access programs SAP. TCI SAP's really important stuff. You can get someone killed if you let that go. But if you get a letter from Kim Jong that's been put published in the newspaper and they've been talking that the Kim Jong letter is there in the archives wanted it back. I'm not even sure that the archive gets that. Personal letter. And I'm not sure that the president doesn't get that. But in any event, that's not top secret. I don't care what they put on it. The whole letter been published. Everyone knows what's in it. There's lots of stuff that should not be lying around if it skips up. That sort of compartment and information, and only to be read in a skip facility. Since I'm compartmented information facility, it's secure against the spies of the world.

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The Third World Is Embarassed for the U.S. Following FBI Raid

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The Third World Is Embarassed for the U.S. Following FBI Raid

"Newsweek one I just told you about and the prior hour where they're basically admit that the bureau went in there to get the Russia gate stuff Hey let's spy on Trump based on a BS pretext that he colluded with Russia And then after we do it and he gets the document showing he's innocent Let's read his house to get the documents back Again this isn't even third world This is like fourth and 5th world People in the third world are embarrassed this happened in the United States They're looking at us like I'm telling you like Kim Jong-un right now is like man that's good He's like why didn't I think of that Damn it Guys over there Way ahead of me Let me tell you some four or 5 Kim Jong-un deputies just got whacked They got washed in a meeting because he's like hey deputy whatever your name is over there Joey bag of donuts Why didn't you think of that off with his head When his buddy got whacked too They all got whacked This is embarrassing This is horrifying Not only is that fallen apart I can't tell you and strong enough terms how have you missed how all of the hysteria in the leaks it started as a gusher and now that they've gone through the documents it's clear now It's almost a week later It's clear now that they've seen what they have haven't don't you find it even a little odd that the leaks have totally dried up And the hysteria is this nuclear documents Nuclear tahi bents by gosh Nuclear codes

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"kim jong" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"kim jong" Discussed on WBUR

"And Salman Rushdie. The European heat wave reignites forest fires in the southwest of France. I think the fires have changed us. The drama has changed all of us a bit. We understand now that anyone can be affected, and that's a scary thought. Nigerian farmers warn that attacks on them will damage food production in the country. And Norway's decision to kill our freya the walrus has sparked anger. It's such a rare animal to see down here, and it was a real attraction. They should have waited. These animals always return to where they come from. It was very wrong to do this. But first, the top stories hello, I'm Chris berrow with the BBC News. The New York governor Kathy hochul has given a defiant speech at the venue where the author Salman Rushdie was stabbed on Friday. She said her state would always stand up for freedom of expression. The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has accused Iranian government affiliated media of gloating over the attempt on mister rushdie's life. The writer is still in a critical condition in hospital. Iqbal reports. 24 year old American suspect Hadi mata has already appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to the charges of attempted murder and attempted assault. Prosecutors allege he traveled by bus from New Jersey to the literary event. For decades, Salman Rushdie went into hiding after his book the satanic verses led to Iran issuing a fatwa in 1989, many Muslims considered his writing blasphemous. It's reported that police think Hadi matar may have had sympathies for the Iranian regime, but an official motive has not been established. Exactly one year after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, there are continuing concerns about the rights of women and girls in the country. Girls have been largely banned from secondary schools since American forces withdrew last August. A Taliban spokesman zabihullah mujahid told the BBC, the government was trying to build a consensus on education with religious leaders. We can not only make decisions based on the situation in Kabul. We also have to consider villages and districts. We are people don't want girls to go to school. North Korean state media say the Russian president Vladimir Putin has called for stronger ties between Moscow and Pyongyang. The KCNA news agency says president Putin sent a letter to Kim Jong-un, saying both governments should expand constructive bilateral relations. Here's an aslam. Vladimir Putin reportedly fed closer ties between Russia and North Korea would help strengthen the security and stability of the Korean Peninsula in wider region. Kim Jong-un is said to have told mister Putin that their cooperation would continue to grow, analysts say the two countries have become closer since the start of the Ukraine war. North Korea has also recognized two Russian backed breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as independent states, causing Kyiv to several ties with Pyongyang. The South Korean president Yun sen yal has promised large scale aids to North Korea if it stops developing nuclear weapons. President yuen said denuclearization was necessary to ensure peace on the Korean Peninsula. He said that if Pyongyang stepped down, Seoul would provide humanitarian aid and invest in infrastructure to help rebuild the north's economy. North Korea has launched a record number of missiles this year and officials in Seoul and Washington say it's preparing to test a nuclear weapon. World news from the BBC dozens of people have died at a church in the Egyptian city of Giza after a fire broke out, causing a crush. The authorities say at least 41 people were killed on Sunday, many of them children. They blamed the fire on an electrical fault in the air conditioning system. The president of Ecuador Guillermo lasso has declared a 30 day state of emergency in the country's most popular city guayaquil. It follows a bomb attack which killed at least 5 people. The port city has seen a recent increase in drug related gang violence. In a post on Twitter, president lasso said we will not allow organized crime to try to run the country. The Mexican authorities say a sharp rise in water levels at a flooded mine is complicating efforts to evacuate ten workers who've been trapped there for nearly two weeks. Officials said the site in the north of the country had become impassable to rescue workers. Relatives of the missing miners have expressed dismay about the slow pace of the search effort. This woman is among them

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There's Been Fierce Backlash to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

There's Been Fierce Backlash to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"There's been a pretty fierce backlash to the Biden DoJ raiding Mar-a-Lago. And you can tell that the left is reeling from this because you've got the never trumpers. Let's adopt a wait and see attitude until we get the warrants. So these are people suddenly they're all into caution and let's do things by the book, even though this raid was, if anything, the furthest thing that you can imagine by the book. And so The Washington Post, I think, felt the need and perhaps the FBI felt the need. Well, let's come up with some lies in order to make the scene really grave. No, we're not just collecting information for the archives. No, it's not an email that Trump sent to Obama or Trump sent to Kim Jong-un. This would be completely within his rights big deal. So they have put out the word and this is a quote leak. Leak here doesn't mean a leak. It doesn't actually mean that The Washington Post just cultivating sources or is finding things out and the FBI. It means that the FBI is sitting down with The Washington Post on going list some years on narrative, start taking dictations. So you see the way in which the post is not a real newspaper. This is basically like an FBI press release. And the FBI press releases, we were really worried about some nuclear secrets, some nuclear codes, some nuclear information. First of all, think about laughable. This is so there's some nuclear information that apparently Trump either deliberately or inadvertently took with him when, in January of 2021, a year and a half ago. So the FBI knows about this, but they're sitting on it. You know, we'll let 18 months pass. It's only nuclear information, then finally with no provocation. Let's just go get the nuclear. It's really important we get the nuclear information.

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"kim jong" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"kim jong" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Kim Jong-un threatens to use nuclear weapons and potential military conflicts with the U.S. and South Korea by hung Jin Kim, Associated Press, Seoul, South Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un warned he's ready to use his nuclear weapons and potential military conflicts with the United States and South Korea, state media said Thursday, as he unleashed fiery rhetoric against rivals, he says, are pushing the Korean Peninsula to the brink of war. Kim's speech to war veterans on the 69th anniversary of the end of the 1950 53 Korean War was apparently meant to boost internal unity in the impoverished country amid pandemic related economic difficulties. While Kim has increasingly threatened his rivals with nuclear weapons, it's unlikely that he would use them first against the superior militaries of the U.S. and its allies, observers say. Our armed forces are completely prepared to respond to any crisis. And our country's nuclear award deterrent is also ready to mobilize its absolute power dutifully, exactly, and swiftly in accordance with its mission. Kim said in Wednesday's speech, according to the official Korean central news agency. He accused the United States of demonizing North Korea to justify its hostile policies. Kim said regular U.S. South Korea military trails that he claims target the north highlight U.S. double standards, and gangster like aspects, because it brands North Korea's routine military activities and apparent reference to its missile tests as provocations or threats. Kim also alleged the new South Korean government of president Yun suk yo is led by confrontation maniacs and gangsters who have gone further than previous South Korean conservative governments. Since taking office in May, the union government has moved to strengthen souls military alliance with the United States, and bolster its own capacity to neutralize North Korean nuclear threats, including a preemptive strike capability. Talking about military action against our nation, which possesses absolute weapons that they fear the most is preposterous, and is very dangerous, suicidal action, Kim said. Such a dangerous attempt will be immediately punished by our powerful strength and the Yun sukul government and his military will be annihilated. South Korea expressed deep regret over Kim's threat and said it maintains a readiness to cope with any provocation by North Korea in a powerful effective manner, in a statement read by spokesperson Kong in soon, June's presidential national security office said South Korea will safeguard its national security and citizens safety based on a solid alliance with the United States. It urged North Korea to return to talks to take steps toward denuclearization. Earlier Thursday, South Korea's defense ministry repeated its earlier position that it's been boosting its military capacity and joint defense posture with the United States to cope with escalating North Korean nuclear threats. In April, Kim said North Korea could preemptively use nuclear weapons if threatened, saying they would never be confined to the single mission of war deterrent. Kim's military has also test launched nuclear capable missiles that place both the U.S. mainland and South Korea within striking distance. U.S. and South Korean officials have repeatedly said in the past few months that North Korea is ready to conduct its first nuclear test in 5 years. Kim is seeking greater public support, as his country's economy has been battered by pandemic related border shutdowns. U.S. led sanctions, and his own mismanagement. In May, North Korea also admitted to its first COVID-19 outbreak, though the scale of illness and death is widely disputed in a country that lacks the modern medical capacity to handle it. Kim's rhetoric inflates external threats to justify his militarily focused and economically struggling regime, said leif Eric easley, a professor at ay university and soul. North Korea's nuclear and missile programs are in violation of international law, but chem tries to depict his destabilizing arms buildup as a righteous effort at self defense. Experts say North Korea will likely intensify its threats against the U.S. and South Korea as the allies prepared to expand summertime exercises in recent years, the South Korean and U.S. Military have canceled, or downsized some of their regular exercises due to concerns about COVID-19 and to support now stalled U.S. led diplomacy aimed at convincing North Korea to give up its nuclear program in return for economic and political benefits. During Wednesday's speech, Kim said his government recently set tasks to improve its military capability more speedily to respond to military pressure campaigns by its enemies, suggesting that he intends to go ahead with an expected nuclear test. But Chong Chong Chong at the private sea Zhong institute in South Korea said North Korea won't likely conduct its nuclear test before China, its major ally, and biggest aid benefactor holds its Communist Party convention in the autumn. He said China worries that a North Korean nuclear test could give the United States a justification to boost its security partnerships with its allies that it could use to check Chinese influence in the region. North Korea recently said it is moving to overcome the COVID-19 outbreak amid plummeting fever cases, but experts say it's unclear if the country can lift its strict restrictions soon because it could face a viral resurgence later this year. During Wednesday's event, chem, veterans and others did not wear masks, state media photos showed. On Thursday, North Korea reported 11 fever cases, a huge drop from the peak of about 400,000 a day in May. North Korea has rejected U.S. and South Korean offers for medical relief items. It has also said it won't return to talks with the United States unless it first abandons its hostile policies on the north. In an apparent reference to U.S. led sanctions and U.S. South Korean military drills. This episode was brought to you by mint mobile. Hate your phone bill? Yeah, most people do. Except mint mobile customers. They get premium wireless for just 15 bucks a month. With unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data on the nation's largest 5G network. What's the catch? There is none. Keep your phone, your number, and all your precious contacts. Including those you'd rather forget. To get your new plan for just 15 bucks a month, go to mint mobile dot com slash tech.

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"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Been very frustrating You get a text that we are 35 saying you know your prize counsel Just up Southwest blames the chaos mostly on air traffic control issues and bad weather but in a rare move the FAA fired back saying there were no air traffic staffing issues over the weekend We'll find out more about how Long Island native Gabby potato died The autopsy results are expected to be announced this afternoon nearly a month after her body was found in Wyoming her death was ruled a homicide law enforcement continues to search for potatoes fiance Bryan laundry North Korean leader Kim Jong-un showed off his arsenal of missiles Kim vowed to build an invincible military to cope with what he called persistent U.S. hostility Professor Daniel pingston is an expert on North Korea He says the North Korean worldview is based on events that predate the existence of the United States Even if the United States didn't exist North Korea would still view the international system as hostile and menacing to them This is a constant view of the international system It's a feature of the international system Professor pingston says Kim is accusing South Korea of trying to destroy the balance on the Peninsula with its military development Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr This is Bloomberg John Michael.

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"kim jong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It. Here is General Jack Keane. Talking about the North Korea missile situation. So this this goes about 1000 miles. Some of ours could go considerably greater distances than that. It can be nuclearized, but most people don't believe That North Korea yet Has developed a technology to weaponize a much smaller nuclear round to put it on the head of a missile. But certainly that is something that they're working on. This is largely about South Korea and Japan. Particularly South Korea, who has been up gunning and long range missiles and missile defense in the last number of years. They just completed an exercise with the United States military and the South Korean military. And this is probably in response to that and also in conjunction with an annual celebration that they're doing. Yes, this is added capability to the North Koreans arsenal for sure. Talks. Negotiation talks have been shut down ever since the Hanoi summit when President Trump walked out, recognizing that Kim Jong un is not serious about the nuclearization. Dividing team has tried to reach out to North Korea to open up some low level negotiations. And that hasn't worked either. We'll see where Mr Kim Jong UN is going here, but most of this is is really getting South Korea's attention. Yeah. Nobody's had any luck breaking into the To his dad. Clinton tried Um Bush tried. Obama tried with Kim Jong un Nothing. Trump tried something totally different couple times Nothing. So I don't know what's with the weight loss, but he looks good. Looks good, Healthy, young man. So I told you were and I have to one more thing about President Biden. He did. Which I think is just cheapens the whole thing. He put out a video statement about 9 11. Which aired sometime Somewhere. I don't know where it was. But apparently I talk clip of of, uh of a video he put out You know that's what you do when you can't go to the Rotary Club luncheon. You send them a video. This is 9 11, for heaven's sakes. That's what it was president stopped by one of the firehouses in New York. President Trump So that's all we got out of it. Anyway. Good to remember. I don't know how long we will, but I'm glad we are still remembering. As far as, um You won't talk about that $3.5 trillion spending. So Joe Biden was up in Boise. Couple of hours ago, and he's supposed to be there talking about the West fires. And by the way, we have some haze today and yesterday and the local weather people here are saying it's because Of the Western fires that are now over New York. In any case. So president and talking about fires brings up $3.5 trillion worth of spending. I don't think it's going to happen. And Joe Manchin was on a bunch of TV shows over the weekend, and they all asked him. Are you going to vote for this $3.5 Trillion deal, and here is his answer. They're just fed up with their jobs. Some of them are walking out because the vaccine mandates even though they have circulating antibodies. Um you know, this has been a 2017 tax code was weighted unfairly to the wealthy. We need to change that. That's why I agreed to go to reconciliation. But I'm not going to go to the situation will shoot myself in the foot and not be competitive. Globally. You hard now. On the 3.5. Yes. Are you a hard No on the 3.5? Yes. Bernie Sanders. What do you mean? 3.5? I want $6 trillion. No, no, no, no, no, no. Look, don't make this a Bernie Sanders versus Joe Manchin issue. I would guess at least 40 Democrats out of 50 understand? That we need at least six trillion, so there's already been a significant compromise. 40 of the Senators, one at least six trillion Maria Bartiromo. Says, Actually, when you look at the plan It adds up to more than that, and we'll get into all of that as well. I'm not sure if you are for all this spending. The more they spend, and they say they're going to pay for it. We have time for Cut 39. No, we don't. You think all this spending And they say they're going to pay for it. With taxes. You don't think that will work its way down to you? If your employer has to pay more tax. Where are they going to make up the increase costs and taxes. They gotta cut their costs somewhere else. What is the most expensive and easiest place to cut? That would be labor. So either they let people go. They don't hire as many or they forego that pay raise that they were thinking of giving. Tax increases of this size will affect everybody. One way or the other. Phone number here is 855295 66 100. You can get that number else. Also at Tom Sullivan dot com. I have a different opinion. You agree with me or you are.

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"kim jong" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"540 to 42 978 says. Remember when Obama blamed the bad report on Easter being in March. It's like climate change. Anything can be blamed on a bad climate report. Easter's too early. Easter's too late Thanksgiving came early Thanksgiving came late. You know there was a there was a rainstorm on Memorial Day weekend. There was a hurricane the week before Labor Day. It's anything Joe now is blaming his bad economic report on the Delta variant. He could do this every month because there's always a new variant. Next month. Maybe it can be the move, Variant move! Move! So here's Here's the Here's the new thing. This is the new, uh, the new alibi for the unexpectedly bad Democratic. Kana Me cut 12. There's no question that the L A variant is why Today's job report isn't stronger. I know people were looking and I was hoping for a higher number. And whatever happened to the land of area by the way? Was it is it Is it on double secret probation is this Is it the as the frat house been closed on fraternity row? The Delta Lambda House. What is in, we're going to go straight to the Delta Mu house. 844 540 to 42 It's time for Grace's news. Thank you. Howie Kim Jong UN is rejecting vaccine offers in ordering tougher restrictions. North Korean leader Kim Jong UN has turned down international offers of Covid 19 vaccines and instead insisted he would fight the pandemic in quote our style and quote by imposing even even tougher restrictions on the already heavily surveyed and isolated Country. Did you see that? The that that teacher that got fired out in California for being a leftist than wanting to promote Antifa and all that. But I guess I don't know if it's a he or she had a rubber. It's a he he had a rubber stamp. With Kim Jong UN's face on it, So that was his. I mean, can you Can you imagine that? You know, I think the guy had a move there if you love so if he loves North Korea so much. I mean, that makes that makes, uh you know, Cuba or Venezuela looked like Berlin invite in the Weimar Republic. I'm really glad that you that you just said that point, Okay because recently Obama's former education secretary, Arne Duncan, Compare people who don't want to wear masks or get vaccinated to the tap or to the suicide bombers of the Kabul airport. And now women are comparing, Um they're calling it like the American Taliban people who are taking away abortion rights. And I just want to say that for all of those people making those asinine comparisons We'll switch places switch by. If you really think that if you really think it's comparable, then put your money where your mouth is. Which places? Yeah, you have a A tweet here from someone named Tom Elliott. He's talking about the Texas pro lifers or the Texas Taliban. New York flooding cataclysmic effects of climate change. California wildfire. We're running out of time covid more contagious than it ever. And as he says, every story it responsibly hyped out of proportion to terrify people into giving up liberty. That's all The globe is today. The everyday Boston Globe. It's just, you know, if if there's a rainstorm, it's global warming is flooding the world. If if there hasn't been rained for a week, it's droughts are being caused by global warming in the world will end. Yes, and it used to be how we that even a few years ago if someone told me they didn't really keep up with the news, you kind of look at that and go. Oh, gosh, you know, it's important to keep up with the news. But right now, when people tell me they don't watch the news or listen to the news, they're usually very normal, well adjusted people, you know they're not setting their hair on fire they're not wearing for mass. They're not worried about lockdowns. I really think that the media is just hyping up all the panic they can and what's really pathetic, which I noticed is that When everyone's wondering about what's happening in Afghanistan, like what's happening to these left these stranded Americans in the Strand green card holders. All the people on MSNBC, CNN, The New York Times Vox all these places. All they care about is Joe Rogan has covid and he's taking. I've worked him in or whatever it's called. Yeah, I know That's the That's the big story. And guess what have we here? Here's the key part. I know I said it wrong, So whatever it is, I'm sorry, but here's the key part. He had covid. He had covid for three days. He took a bunch of medication that they're now making fun of him for which clearly worked. And now he feels fine. And that's this big, huge story they're running with instead of American citizens being left in Afghanistan. Right. That's your mainstream media 2021. I know. And now now the number of quote unquote cases of Covid is more than it was a year ago. So you know when Donald Trump was having a lot smaller number of cases it was the end of the world. Now it's just one of these things we have to get through. Oh, yeah, he was He inherited a very, very bad situation. And I love how a lot of people like Mollie Hemingway was talking about this today on Fox. She was saying, You know, the reason Biden keeps coming out to talk about all these natural disasters is because they're not his fault, but he didn't cause them. But I think we should all take a take a beat there because we shouldn't underestimate what he's going to do. You know, like how badly he's going to bungle these and I think a perfect example how we Would you keep bringing up as he's trying to work in climate change and his crazy spending, somehow tying them in To these disasters and the people they're probably don't appreciate that and remember to Donald Trump. 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"kim jong" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"They're headed to ottawa soon to be canada's newest refugees now if international flights really are starting back again that's potentially very good news for the tens of thousands of vulnerable afghans left behind. Lester thanks in north korea today. Something very different at the annual parade marking the founding of the country a contingent of soldiers marching in has met suits and masks in an apparent symbol of the effort to fight the corona virus but for kim jong un and everyone else in scenes released by the government. No masks or social distancing observed in just sixty seconds nine eleven survivors and first responders struggling to get the healthcare. They're entitled to our investigation on september. Eleven two thousand one sixty amateur sailors were at sea filming a reality show on eighteenth century. Replica ship there were weeks from land and the nearest tv radio not morning. A single message was conveyed through their one. Satellite phone for planes hijacked two towers down pentagon attacked thousands dead now was. Is it not a single other piece of information for weeks. What was it like to experience nine eleven in isolation and how would they make sense of the radically different world. They return to this is just one of the stories in nine twelve. The new podcast series from amazon music and pineapple street studios in each episode of nine twelve hosts. Dan burski tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same after september eleventh. In through them we begin to realize that there are new lessons to be learned and that we just might have enough distance now from nine eleven to make sense of some things..

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"kim jong" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Welcome back in ten forty one time. Thanks for being with us. No go down this thursday morning. Hey oliver Replayed shows are up on thirteen ten. Kfi dot com. You can check those out if you missed any of what we've been talking about this week. We had a great Great show yesterday talking about resurrection christian and Standing up to the limit county health department. We're able to obtain an email that was sent out to parents that has since been posted on our facebook page at noko now at no strong-wording coming from dr eshelman With resurrection christian the superintendent over there so Very very Interesting check out all out. It's on thirteen ten k. Dot com interface with page at noko. Now couple of news for northern colorado stories. I hear morgan. Mackenzie with the greeley tribune This was a story that we touched on yesterday. but the weld county quarters office has identified the inmate who died early sunday morning in the weld. County jail. amy. Lynn cross was a forty one year. Old woman Who lived in greeley remember. She was found unresponsive with no apparent traumat- by deputies at eleven thirty pm. On saturday in a single person detention cell medical staff began performing life saving measures but were unsuccessful. cross was pronounced dead at twelve. Oh five am on sunday morning. An investigation into the death of crosses being led by the world. Kenny critical incident response team a unit that investigates incidents involving in cusi deaths. According to the coroner's office. The manner caused deaths still await autopsy laboratory results but they have since identified the woman who passed away anytime you have an inmate Who passes away in custody. The questions are going to be raised us especially when there's no sign of trauma or anything of that nature single-person attention sell it. It's a bizarre story And we'll see we'll see what comes of it and what. The critical incident response team finds in their investigation and what the laboratory And the the autopsy results are. Because you don't just see forty-one-year-old year old women just The start Having having you know just just passing away like that with no real Real reason or indication as to wine. Let's talk about a little bit of a good news. Story coming out of the greeley tribune as well. So there's been a nineteen year old greeley girl who is a woman who has been missing for three days but she has been located and she has been found and It had a lot of people worried about it. I saw this all over the place. Morgan mackenzie with the tribune. Again here She was reported missing on saturday and was found and reunited with their family. According to really police department. Facebook post on tuesday. Greeley police released information about a missing endangered person after jack. Jackie faiza was last seen at ten. Am saturday the king super twenty. Seven twelve eleventh avenue phases at greeley resident and is enrolled in colorado state university fort collins. She'd been missing classes and neglecting her. According to the post with a thorough physical descriptions fezzes appearance in car And car shared over social media tips from the public. Were able to help. Really police locate the young woman detective. John handled this missing person case so no word as to why she went missing. What to lead to this did she. Just you know go out on not worry about it. I labored age. Turn offer phone and and just having some time to herself that that is all still to be seen But it's always a good thing when when the missing person is found safe And was able to be reunited with her family I don't know if we'll get any more details on this or not Especially if that's what the case was if if she just kind of was like you know what i three days to myself here turning off my phone who knows if there was a fight leading up to it with the family Not not my area to speculate in but it is good news when somebody Is reunited safe and sound with their with their family. After missing persons case is it is filed along the way Want to be part of the conversation today would love to hear from you calling at night. Seven zero three five three thirteen ten nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten. You can text the 'tatanka eurotech line at night. Seven zero four seven eight one three zero one little bit of a bizarre story here. Texas man gets execution delay over pastors touch request so a texas death row inmate won a reprieve wednesday evening from execution for killing convenience store worker during a two thousand four robbery that garnered One one dollar and twenty five cents after claiming the state was violating his religious freedom by not letting his pastor lay hands on him at the time of his lethal injection. He literally killed a man for a dollar twenty five. The supreme court blocked henry ramirez execution about three hours after he could've could've executed. He is condemned by fatally stabbing forty six year old. Pablo castro who worked at a corpus christi convenience store ramirez was in a small holding sell a few feet from the texas death chamber at the huntsville unit. Prison when he was told by Told of the repeat reprieve by texas department of criminal justice spokesman jason clark. He was quiet when i let them know. Clark said he shook his head and said thank you very much. God bless you in its brief order. The court directed it's clerk to Establish a briefing scheduled. So amir's case could be argued in october or november. Prosecutors say ramirez stabbed castro twenty nine times during a series of robberies in which the inmate and two women some money following a three-day drug bench. Ramirez fled to mexico but was arrested three and a half years later. Seth creditor ramirez lawyer had argued that the texas department of criminal justice was violating the death row inmates first amendment rights to practice his religion by denying his request to have his past touch him and vocalized prayers. When he was executed he called the ban on vocal prayer a spiritual quote unquote gag order. It is hostile toward a religion denying religious exercise at the precise moment. It is most needed when someone is transitioning from this life to the next critter said indoor court documents. Lower appeals courts had rejected ramirez argument in the requests by ramirez. Is the latest clash between death. Row inmates and prison officials in texas and other states over the presence of spiritual advisers in the death chamber in recent years. The supreme court has granted a stays halting several executions in texas and alabama over the presence of clergy or spiritual advisers in the death chamber the only execution stays the supreme court has granted in recent years have been related to issues of religious practice or discrimination in april the texts prison system reversed to your ban on allowing spiritual advisers in the death chamber. So now. here's what i think. This probably what's going to happen is that this is going to be drawn out and and For quite some time and When really i mean. Get the pastor in there and and move forward. Move forward with this in my opinion. That's what needs to happen. Now is what's going to happen. Probably not probably not so in. Twenty nineteen halted the execution of another texas inmate. Who had argued. His religious freedom was being violated because his buddhist spiritual adviser wasn't allowed to accompany him that inmate. Patrick murphy remains on death row. Two years.

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"kim jong" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Select com slash commercials monthly premiums very based on health company, another fact is not available in all states. When it comes to traffic accidents. Women are more likely to be injured than men, Rita Foley reports. It may be at least in part because women often drive smaller, lighter vehicles. The other part of this has to do with the types of crashes. Women get into this is all, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It says in the crash. Is it analyzed? Women were twice as likely to suffer a serious injury like a traumatic brain injury if the crash involved the front of the vehicle they were riding in, as opposed to the side of the vehicle. Women were also much more likely to suffer leg injuries, Researchers say. Safety experts may now have to start building crash test dummies that account more for the physical differences between women and men. I'm Rita Foley On Wall Street Thursday Down Industrials lost seven points, the NASDAQ climbed 53. Breaking news and analysis. The town hall dot com. North Korean strongman Kim Jong Eun has ordered tougher legal steps to support his development plans and eradicate various economy related unlawful lacks. Observers say Kim's comments show how desperate he is to salvage in economy battered by the pandemic and other difficulties and maintained his grip on power, state media says Kim was speaking during a ruling Workers party meeting to follow up on decisions made But the ruling party Congress in January during the Congress, Kim admitted previous economic plans and failed and announced a new five year development plan that is correspondent Jeremy House reporting five people who prosecutors have linked to a Kansas City metro chapter. The proud boys Been arrested on federal charges for their alleged roles in the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. More of these stories, town hall dot com. Do you suffer from lower back? Pain, knee pain, foot pain, plantar fascia, itis arthritis, fallen arches or neuropathy, do you if yes, Just stop and write this magic word G defy g.

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"kim jong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Like those of you who are anti trump. And I'm asking you to dig deep and give me a highlight. I'm gonna ask you to Some advice to Joe Biden next hour, so we'll put shoe on the other foot. So to speak. Um, get one more here. Thomas in Watertown. Hello, Tom. Hey, Scott. I'm a Democrat. And I'll tell you what it almost pains me to say this, but I have to give the guy credit and credit worth doing. That's operation warp speed. I think that it usually takes years to develop a vaccine and we ended up getting one and Donald Trump actually pushed and pushed and pushed on this for Vaccine, and he called it works speed. And it was like eight months. Nine months that we ended up with the vaccine so we could finally maybe put an end to this pandemic. Can't really disagree with you, Tom and I realized that the rollout of the vaccine is not exactly smooth sailing. I don't know how you could have done it without any hiccups along the way and Issues, but nevertheless the fact that we hit The end of the calendar year. It was December and as I like to say there were needles going into arms. Europe speed. Yeah, I'm with you, Tom, and it's And I appreciate your candor, Somebody who is a Democrat and realizing what he did and looked at the The cove ID was called the task Force did the task force Do everything it could have. I don't know, but we need a lot more work, but we're gonna get that. I think I think the more that we see that there's problems in the water. E think that the more We'll get there. I think. Are you going to get events up getting there? Are you gonna get a vaccine, Tom? You're damn right. I am assuming some avail. Assumes I'm available. I'm getting one. Can I ask how old you are You mind me asking how old you are? 61 0 61. I was gonna say, cancer nation, So I'm hoping that sooner or later, I'll be able to get one. Well, we learned today that Wisconsinites 65 older are going to be able to get the vaccine starting on January 25th, So I imagine You know you and your situation can't be far behind Tom. Thanks for the call, pal. Appreciate it has always been There He goes. It's time of Watertown. A few of you on the text line did mention relations with North Korea. Now I feel like every time I give a highlighting all but I will say this Is that situation as boiling as it was four years ago. I don't think so. I mean, is everything Come by our time with Kim Jong Yun. Kim Jong un, Okay, if we heard from him lately, every few weeks, I'd like to check to see if their reports of his demise which in some instances were Create the exaggerated Those were some remarkable images. You know, Sometimes we like to the conversation about the image of that that lasts for you. How about him? And Kim Jong? That first meeting Was glued to the television set that first meeting when they came and it was it was like a hotel resort type setting and One guy came in from one direction. The other guy from the other and there was the big handshake. And then they met another time. But There's an image Remember? I mean, it wasn't that long ago that Hawaii, residents of Hawaii were receiving alerts on their phones. Off potential, you know missiles being launched from North Korea. I don't get the sense that that was is as hot white hot a relationship as it was, and many of you have mentioned that Is it perfect? No. Well, see, that's gonna be intrigued to see how Biden And the by the administration. Approaches. Kim Jong Yun. That will be that'll be an interesting dynamic. I believe. Okay, so there we now Like, uh, like our last caller. Like our last caller there. The Democrat who said it pains me to say it, but I got to give Trump the presidency credit for warp speed. Now we're gonna flip it. Now I want you to look ahead. I want you to look ahead to tomorrow. And I want you to give Joe Biden a piece of advice. Scott. Kyle, I'm finishing up my inaugural address. Major address and be the biggest speech. At least I could give who knows depends on the four years roll. What would you like to make Sure I touch on what is it? You want to hear? What do you want, Joe Biden to say tomorrow. For those of you who are Democrats? Pride won't be difficult. For those of you who are Republicans, though? Reality will strike you tomorrow if it hasn't already that Joe Biden is president, but I want you like I asked. Those anti trump people are less than favorable Trump people over the last hour dig deep. Dig deep on this one. Give Joe Biden some advice for his address tomorrow. What is it? 85561616 20 on the accurate mortgage talkin text line. There's gotta be something. Mr Biden. I didn't vote for you. But this is the advice I would give you tomorrow. And maybe you can Look inside and.

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"kim jong" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong" Discussed on KCRW

"A potential rival forward Kim Jong UN's and it's raising suspicions that Kim Jong Gu and may have once again mark one of his own relatives for death. The new documentary delves into this story and its aftermath. It's called Assassins and the Director Ryan White joins me now. Welcome. Thank you, Madeline. Take us back to that day it was in February. 2017. So what? About four years ago? What happened at the Kuala Lumpur Airport on that day? Yes. So 20 Hong and City I shot the two women that you referenced in the intro approach. Kim Jong Nam As he's checking in for a flight on you can see on CCTV. They wiped his eyes with something it turned out to be. Acts, which is the most lethal nerve agent, and within an hour he was dead and the women walk off camera and go back into quality in poor and were arrested a few days later, and when arrested, they said. Yes, we did that to that man. But we thought we were playing a prank on a reality show. And in fact, we didn't even know that that man died. So it's a totally inconceivable story. Sort of the most. Absurd defense we've ever heard for a political assassination. But that's kind of the beginning of my film is that sort of assertion that their defense is going to be that they were on a reality show when they pulled off this assassination? It is really incredible. It's really hard to believe that this is true. But I guess my first question is if this agent VX nerve agent is so lethal, how did they not die if it was on their hands? If the substance enters and orifice it can kill you. Within a matter of minutes, the women had the substance on their hands. And you know, as we sort of trace in the film their recruitment by what they claim they thought were Japanese YouTube producers that ended up being North Korean spies, and the women say that they, in fact have been on this reality show for months leading up to this assassination. And they have been conditioned when they were playing these previous pranks, which were played with Johnson baby oil to go to the bathroom and wash their hands afterwards. So in the murder trial of the women, a chemical weapon weapons expert testifies and he says that if you wash your hands within minutes after you're exposed to be X that you can survive, I think They were prepared that the women may or may not die on the women are probably very lucky to have survived it. Yeah, because just imagine, had they wiped their nose or their highs. They could have died. Exactly. And I mean, at the beginning, everyone, you know the first images that came out after this assassination or of Guan teeth, Wong, who was wearing a sweatshirt that said, L o l on. It s so she was sort of Portrayed as this fem fatal kind of black widow, female assassin. And then when you start to watch all of the CCTV and listen to their defense and start retracing their steps, then you start questioning whether there is the possibility that they are telling the truth. And they, in fact, did not know what they were about to do. Well, tell us a little bit more about each of these young women and let's begin with 20 Hong young woman you mentioned with the L O. L sweatshirt. Who was she? Yes. So the film begins with this moment when they assassinate Kim Jong Nam and are Egg central question that was guiding us this whole time was Who are these women? Like? Who are these women That led them to this moment where they both touched Kim Jong Nam's face, and by the way, both women were saying they did not know one another that they literally met at Kim Jong Nam's face that day. So our film traces their backstories to really find out who they are. So do want. E Flung is from Hanoi. She was actually quite educated. But she wasn't using her degree, and she had spent the last five or six years desperately seeking fame and Hanoi. So she was on Vietnamese Idol and she was doing in a lot of modeling. And she in fact, Was on viral prank shows and Hanoi She was working at a as a waitress at a bar and Hanoi when she was approached by a man asking her if she wanted to be a part of a prank show, and the man claimed to be Japanese. So this is a thing prank shows. It's a huge thing in this part in this part of the world, you know, I think it sounds like a strange defense to people from Western cultures, but Even in the airport where this assassination happened. I remember the first time we were there, and we were filming the irony that on the television screens around the airport, a prank show was playing. It's not an out of the ordinary, you know, source of entertainment in this part of the world. Okay, so that's one Thi Hong and then city Aisha. She's from Indonesia. That's right. So city officials from a village a few hours from Jakarta and had a much harder life than 20 Huang. I would say, you know she was on. Lee was in school until the sixth grade ended up. Working at a sweatshop in Jakarta. She was a single mother on DCI was constantly seeking a better life constantly seeking a better paycheck on DCI ended up Coming to Kuala Lum poor with the promise of a job as we often see when it comes to human trafficking and ended up in the world of the sex trade. And so when she was approach the idea that she could make $100 for playing a prank, and this was a woman who was making 5 to $10 a day was hugely alerting to her because she was sending That money back home to her family and to her son. Wow, that is tragic. So the entire prank show was a ruse to provide cover for this assassination. Well, that's the big question at the epicenter of our film, and I don't think I can Unequivocally say either way, you know, I have to admit. I was very skeptical from the beginning. This assassination happened in February of 2017..

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"kim jong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On Jed Wolf. He has stepped down as the acting head of Department of Homeland Security. Uh And he said, Well, I was also wasn't serving in the post legally. On because of recent events. So that's why he is, uh Out as head of homeland security. You're going to be replaced by the head of FEMA. So FEMA's Yeah. I'm sorry. Homeland Security is kind of important and of FEMA seems like They are the classic government agency that's always Lot of bureaucracy and a lot of promises that never come true. So I I've never been a fan of FEMA. I don't know who they had is. I hope they're good. Or another nine days. Meantime, speaking of the next nine days, What do you think? Our adversaries are doing around the world. What do you think about China? Eyes, China looking and going there licking their chops going. You know what we're just going to go into Taiwan? This is a perfect time to do it. Or look at what is what is a glad have on his mind. Vladimir Putin. She got some country he wants to annex. What are we going to do? It. This is we are sitting duck right now. And you hope and pray. Nothing happens. But The world leaders out there that are our adversaries. They're probably smart enough not to pull some big giant stunt, but it makes you wonder. One off the big giant stunts is good old Kim Jong UN And General Jack Keane was weighing in on What Him has been doing. He's been loud mouth in Um About The United States. And here's General Keane talking about his analysis of what he's doing Well, certainly he looks at this as an opportunity with a new administration coming in. And this rhetoric is delivered. Certainly with President Biden elect in mind, Listen where I think Kim Jong Eun that he's been in power for nine years. Now is 37 years of age. When he came in Sandra, he had two major objectives. One is to help North Korea become a self sustaining economy and number two was to expand his military capability but particularly his nuclear arsenal. He's been very successful with his nuclear possible open, reports say about 60. Weapons he has. But he has also expanded the delivery systems the range of those delivery systems to the point where they can reach the east coast of the United States. Quite dramatic. In terms of capabilities, and, of course, he has been threatening the use those weapons systems as well as a ploy to get economic assistance. But the second objective even at that worker party Congress That was just referencing the introduction. He admitted that his economy policies have failed and his last year is in the worst shape he's ever had in his nine years not only because they have the pandemic and the borders closed, but because on a fragile economy President Trump impose sanctions on regime They want sanction relief. That's what this rhetoric is about Sandra. They want to have negotiations with the Biden administration and when he refers to hostile actions, what he's really talking about. Is the sanctions that have been imposed on North Korea so that that's where we're going forward. I think the other thing we know Sandra is that despite their over choice for denuclearization after four years, I think we've come to the conclusion that that was a ploy to get sanctions relief. We've made absolutely no progress towards denuclearization. They won't even give us the preliminary steps towards denuclearization. So that's why the talks have been stalemated, and I think the bite administration will recognize it. That's what they're dealing with is the regime's nuclear power has grown. The regime is belligerent as ever. And as dangerous as ever, And certainly we've always been concerned about the leadership with Kim Jong than his maturity and steadiness. Made no progress. With nuclear proliferation. It sounds like what General he's talking about. Is he got 60 nuke weapons. And that, remember we were talking not that long ago about the fact that he had the ability to maybe reach Hawaii. Maybe. But then we got to the point where well, do you think possibly they could hit the West Coast. And there was a false alarm. I believe in Hawaii couple of years ago about all this business you're with the general said he now has the delivery capability of making it. Delivering a nuke to as far as the East Coast, so that means anywhere anywhere in the United States. So the question for General Kane is Is Joe Biden going to have meetings with this guy? No, I don't think so. Not at all. And I don't blame the president for trying that, but obviously it did not succeed. Lively because where Kim Joon is, I think if there's going to be any negotiations first thing, I think the bite administration to talkto our allies in the region. Talk to Japan. Talk to South Korea Talk to Taiwan, Japan and Taiwan. Both have pretty hard feelings about North Korea. As a Trump administration did South Korea probably a much more open to economic assistance into negotiations with North Korea. And then if we're going to have negotiations with North Korea also talk to the Chinese Communist Party. They have a position here. They're the number one ally, and obviously they have tolerated the growth of nuclear weapons in North Korea. Otherwise they wouldn't be there. And then we're gonna have negotiations. I think the Bible group of begin at the way. It's normally done at the staff working level and see a progress could be made at that level, and I don't see any summit whatsoever. Unless Kim Jin.

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"kim jong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They'll protect your seat and power and these tantalizing options. Mean us leverage and influence abroad is reduced, and I think that's dangerous Ambassador Birds. Is there anything about Trump's foreign policy record that should remain in place? I mean, obviously, you know, I think the criticisms are well established for people who follow these issues, but he was the first to engage with certain hostile world leaders like North Korea's Kim Jong un He re negotiated trade deals that some people believe did need to be worked. Anyway. His State Department help We establish formal ties or established formal ties between Israel and a handful of Arab countries. Are there any things about Trump's foreign policy agenda that It should stay. I think his record of achievement is very thin in foreign policy, But you're right. Michelle, certainly encouraging Arab countries to recognize the state of Israel is positive. Illuminating the problem of China lying and cheating on its trade practices. Trade commitments around the world is something I think that most Republicans and Democrats will agree with. Trying to achieve an agreement with Kim Jong UN was right in the beginning, but he ultimately President Trump didn't accomplish much. You have to give some credit for those, but on the whole He's done enormous damage. You know, before we let you go, You know, it has to be said that a good portion of Trump's legacy regarding foreign affairs is about the way he treated his own experts openly undermining intelligence from his own national security team, openly criticizing diplomats and public servants. People who've given their lives to serving The American people. I'm just, you know, wondering how you rebuild morale in those ranks among the diplomats and analysts, you know, military experts and Christian partners. I want to ask you as a former member of this administration. I mean, you you left some time ago, but But do you share my assessment that morale is love, and I'd like to ask what you think needs to be done to address that there was a little bit of a misunderstanding about the way some of the foreign policy decision making worked under the Trump administration. To a great extent that the career experts were the voices that were making policy. But on certain issues, we would all wake up surprised by a decision that had been made overnight without any sort of policy coordination. That will stop and I think that is what is encouraging people. But some of those, some of the smart policy thinking has continued at the action officer level through even this administration. And I think the recognition that that will now be elevated is bringing back morale. Almost on its own ambassador found that from you and particular curious about your thoughts you because you are teaching. You know, at the moment you're teaching our kids going to school where you're Presumably trying to prepare the next generation. You know of diplomats and I'm interested in how your students have viewed all this in recent years and what you think it will take two Storm morale. I assume you're in touch with your former colleagues and you share my assistant. That morale has been quite compromised. What would it take to fix that? Donald Trump has done enormous damage to the State Department and for his service to the Justice Department, the CIA and the State Department. I feel it very strongly. I was a career foreign service officer We need to know. Put responsibility back on are career officers. We need a stronger budget. We need much greater diversity, racial and ethnic gender in our foreign policy ranks. You see President Biden doing that, and that's very positive. So I think, you know, maybe 10 days from now, If we had this interview again, we feel a little bit more hopeful because a new administration, I think will bring us back to what made us a great country in the world, and that's rebuilding our core strength as a first priority. That's Ambassador Nicholas Burns. He's a former diplomat, and he's currently a professor of diplomacy and international relations at Harvard's Kennedy School. We're also joined by Christian Fountain Rose. She's a former senior director for Gulf affairs at the National Security Council into the Trump administration. She's currently director of the Atlantic Council. Scowcroft Middle East Security Initiative. Thank you both so much for joining us today. Thank you so much, Michelle. And finally today, we wanted to acknowledge that it's been difficult for many of us to think about the events of this past week without a fair amount of anxiety or anger or confusion about what comes next. Perhaps you're looking for some words of wisdom or comfort that can be heard above all the shouting. For that. We asked some of the faith leaders who we've talked to in the past on this program to share some of their thoughts. For the current moment, we'll start with Bishop Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. Three questions. I'm finding helpful in these days of difficulty and hardship for us all. Sometimes it helps to just ask what hurts. What's wrong? In this time of pandemic. It's helpful to name where the pain is coming from. It's important for those who are sick or who have died to remember them to let their memory be a blessing. But then don't stop there. After you ask what hurts. Ask what helps to be better and to b'more and to endure to survive and even to thrive. And then lastly, but not least, What can I do to help? What can I do to be a blessing to somebody else? What hurts? What helps How can I help? They will make all the difference when we live those questions. Shallow. This'd small hurts felt this past week was.

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