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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"The technology had helped, accelerate their work. We have learned about in rational number of people how the immune system reacts towards mRNA. So this will definitely accelerate also our kinds of vaccine. White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, on CNN's State of the Union, says President Biden will look carefully at the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia after OPEC's decision to cut oil production. He is going to reevaluate our relationship with Saudi Arabia because they did side with Russia against the interests of the American people. Sullivan also said the president has no plans to meet with the Saudi crown prince. This is CBS News. Brought to you by Chick-fil-A, order a grilled spicy deluxe sandwich on the Chick-fil-A app today. It's spicy and full of flavor, available for a limited time. Two O three on a Sunday, it's October the 16th, 2022 69° right now as we head up to the low 70s. A good afternoon to you, I Mike Morello, the top local stories we're following for you this hour on Friday the longest continuously running church in Arlington caught fire while it was quickly put out the event threatened Sunday service until a decision was made to take the services outside. What's going on in there, okay? It's gonna be fine. We're just gonna fix it up. It's a little wet. You know when you spray all that water, what happens? That was linnaea Carlson with mount olivette methodist telling the children what happened to their church. Pastor Sarah keeling tells the congregation sitting on the church lawn and while they're building is important. We are not the building. But the church is the people, however, and whenever we are gathered. Over a hundred parishioners like Karen Brown showed up to the church's lawn. I'm glad that we're having something that gives us a chance to all get together as a community because that's the most important thing in a church. In Arlington, Luke Luke or WTO pinos

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 Putin announces partial mobilization for Russians

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00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Putin announces partial mobilization for Russians

"The U.S. is ripping Russia's partial military call up as a sign of weakness and desperation over losses in Ukraine Its Moscow's first mobilization since World War II Russia is scraping for personnel to throw into this fight White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan yesterday as reports spread that Vladimir Putin would partially mobilize reservists At the UN General Assembly this morning Sullivan says President Biden will focus on Russia's naked aggression in Ukraine and urge fellow leaders to stand up for the UN's own charter At a time when a permanent member of the Security Council has struck at the very heart of the charter by challenging the

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One year later, growing global perils as Biden returns to UN

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

One year later, growing global perils as Biden returns to UN

"President Biden is said to make his second address to the UN General Assembly facing no shortage of tough issues White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the president goes to New York in good shape with the wind at his back Touting U.S. alliances unity and backing Ukraine amid Russia's war and historic investments at home but UN chief Antonio Guterres sees a world in trouble We can not go on like this citing conflicts climate change economic woes And yet we are gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction Last year President Biden focused on a post Trump return to American leadership and global partnership One analyst says this year demands more The president is expected to do heavily focuses on the war in Ukraine Sagar Meghani Washington

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 3 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news. U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan says a Chinese invasion of Taiwan is a real possibility. Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin will be meeting in person for the first time since the start of Russia's war on Ukraine for all the details let's get to Bloomberg's Erica Hurst, hi Erica. Hi, Juliet. Well, as the U.S. administration grapples with increased tension over Taiwan, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan told David rubinstein on Bloomberg's peer to peer conversations that a Chinese invasion of Taiwan is something to worry about. I think it remains a distinct threat that there could be a military contingency around Taiwan. And the People's Republic of China has actually stated his official policy that it is not taking the invasion of Taiwan off the table. Sullivan also insists that the Biden administration hasn't changed its position over the island's status despite China's claims to be the to the contrary, Sullivan met with congressional leaders today to discuss a bill that would designate Taiwan as a major non NATO ally, a bill sponsored by Democrats that has wide bipartisan support. Meanwhile, a bipartisan group of 8 U.S. lawmakers arrived in Taiwan Wednesday, bringing the number of congressional visits this year to the highest in at least a decade. As Russia and China continue to push back against rising geopolitical pressure from the U.S., Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin will be meeting in person for the first time since Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, this according to Russia's state run news agency. However, Beijing has not confirmed the trip. The Chinese megacity of Chengdu has extended its COVID lockdown in order to curb the spread of COVID after the capital city reported a 121 cases yesterday up from 90 the day before, a lockdown with mass testing and restrictions has already been in place for a week. After a four day manhunt police arrested a man accused of involvement in a series of killings that left 11 people dead in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, and shook a country on accustomed to mass violence. Royal Canadian mounted police say they captured 32 year old miles Sanderson about 65 miles northeast of saskatoon. New York governor Kathy hochul lifted the state's mask requirements for public transportation, correctional facilities and shelters, one of the last remaining government mandates from the COVID pandemic, huckel credits the new omicron specific booster for the move. We've been watching the numbers. You know, I've been talking about this for months now. It's saying we'd get to this point when the numbers have stabilized, but also the advent of having this booster, I think everyone should get this booster immediately. It starts taking effect and have that higher level of protection. Huckel says COVID numbers are stable, putting the state in good place, new signs will be posted in the subway system that read masks are encouraged, but optional. Global news 24 hours a day on air and I'm Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. I'm Erica Hurst, weights. This is Bloomberg back to you, Juliet. Thank you, Erica. Let's get to our guests now, Vishnu verathon as head of economics and strategy at Mizuho bang joining us on the line from Singapore. Let's start with what we're seeing in the oil market share a little bit more steady movement after plunging almost 6% on that demand picture. And of course, the strength that we are seeing in the dollar. I mean, when you look at the hawkish Central Bank tones that we're getting the lockdowns in China, what is the picture for the crude market It does look like true prices will be most sensitive to any demand cues that come through like we saw overnight. Nevertheless, absent any fresh demand cues to the downside, particularly what I think would come about from the group market is price stickiness on the way down. So while we see other commodities softening a lot more, oil could turn out to be a lot stickier, primarily because of the geopolitical backdrop as well as moves by the OPEC plus very, very strongly suggesting that they would take action to backstop including if any Iran deal comes through. So these indicators of the crude market suggest to us that the stickier prices are now the more violent corrections and dislocations can be further out. A lot of the stickiness, as you say, coming into the commodities market and driving up these price pressures, what do you think we're going to hear from Jay Powell in terms of, I guess, trying to halt some of these at higher prices and I guess the likelihood that we're going to see a dovish pivot is very, very slim. Oh yeah, I mean, I'm inclined to think so. For most of markets, they've been used to either for the more extreme perceptions double speak from power or for the more measured ones, template statements, checks and hold was a bit of a revelation because it didn't mince words unequivocally in every sense. I think it makes sense that a commentary from J Powell would be quite consistent with what we saw at Jackson hole. And I think the emphasis will be on two things. One is the job is not done yet. Even if inflation starts decelerating simply given how much higher inflation is above ideal levels and the second one would be even if the job is deemed done and probably above 4% levels. It will remain therefore sometimes. So I think these two would be the main statements, even if markets, I think, found joy in allusion to a potential pivot some way down the road. We were just hearing the news as well that Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin are going to meet in person for the first time since the start of the war in Ukraine. Amidst all of what we're seeing with hawkish central banks, the downturn in the economy, how much does this just add to these pressures too? And I guess how concerned are you about a global downturn? I would be increasingly concerned for two reasons. One is that geopolitical picture and even within China, the political landscape is such that economic incentives are not top most political incentives are. And they come at the cost of economic recovery. So that's one. The other is in so far that presidency expresses unchecked support for Russia, then the geopolitical situation could worsen, supply side shocks could remain. And that would

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Biden's visit to Israel starts with security issues as US officials fret about Iran's threat

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Biden's visit to Israel starts with security issues as US officials fret about Iran's threat

"Vladimir Putin is said to visit Iran next week as the U.S. warrants Tehran may provide Moscow with more firepower for a you send Ukraine Putin's trip will follow President Biden's own Mideast visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia where Iran's nuclear program will be a key topic In previewing the trip White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said yesterday the U.S. believes Russia's turning to Iran for a hundreds of drones including weapons capable UAVs on an expedited timeline And that Iran will train Russians on using them Tehran is not denying the claim saying it's been cooperating with Russia on sophisticated technologies

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Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

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00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

"The U.S. and other leading economic powers are pledging to support Ukraine for as long as it takes in the war with Russia Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky worries the west's commitment is waning as the war adds to soaring costs worldwide G 7 leaders meeting in Germany told zelensky on a video link they remain committed to more financial pressure on Moscow and more military aid for a key White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says zelensky asked for more air defense systems while laying out how he sees the war progressing in Sullivan's words Ukraine wants to push the pace as opposed to letting things just drag out indefinitely A senior French diplomat says zelensky's goal is to end the war as soon as possible with Ukraine than in the best possible situation to negotiate with Russia Sagar Meghani Washington

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Earthquake Kills More Than 1,000 People in Eastern Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Earthquake Kills More Than 1,000 People in Eastern Afghanistan

"Afghanistan isn't the biggest story of the day in terms of actual human impact is the massive earthquake that hit along the Pakistan border within Afghanistan, Paktika is the province in which it struck in more than a thousand are dead and the rule of 5 applies with every third world country, which is when they say a thousand people are dead, you can multiply that by 5 and you've begun to get the estimate. It's a pretty devastating earthquake. Your prayers and your donations will be solicited. National security adviser, Jake Sullivan, said in a statement the United States will be providing humanitarian aid, of course we will. We always do. Those poor people though are going to be at the mercy of the Taliban ministry of disasters or whatever they call it, they're not particularly good at this. They're good at war, and they've been very good at war for many, many decades, sort of. They've been good at guerrilla war.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com slash alerts This week marine Trevor Reed was swapped for a Russian drug trafficker Another marine Paul Whelan is still there and his family is not happy with the U.S. government This morning WTO national security correspondent JJ green with more on this story Remember that big debacle over August the deal that the U.S. had with Australia France and the UK and forgot to tell France about it It's happened again This time to the whales Carl Whelan's sister Elizabeth says they're happy for the reads whom they've worked closely with Their problem is with the government We feel a terrible sense of disappointment on Paul's behalf And also a sense of betrayal And here's why We were not told that this was going to be happening We had hardly a half an hour to prepare before the news hit the national media And the worst part of it Paul had to find out from Russian television And she wants some answers from national security adviser Jake Sullivan and Secretary of State Antony Blinken People obviously knew this was going on and couldn't trust us to tell us that information Elizabeth Whelan told WTO the problem is not with The White House staffers It's with the upper management a problem that keeps coming back to hit the administration JJ there's been an uptick in the fighting in Kyiv tell us what the latest is here Well Russia enforces bombarded to Ukraine's capital again and this happened during the visit of UN secretary general Antonio Guterres who decried the absurdity of war in the 21st century three people at least were hit in those strikes in the western part of that city which were the first in two weeks there as he had toured bucha and the suburbs where Moscow was alleged to have committed war crimes But this speaks to what appears to be a sense of impunity by Russian president Vladimir Putin who just visited.

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Biden finds no respite at home after returning from Europe

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Biden finds no respite at home after returning from Europe

"The White House has been in damage control mode both during and after president Biden's trip to Europe over forty eight hours aides had to clean up the president's remarks three times starting Thursday what would happen if Russia used chemical weapons in Ukraine it would trigger a response in kind the next day national security advisor Jake Sullivan the United States has no intention of using chemical weapons period under any circumstances a few hours later Friday in a meeting with U. S. troops in Poland to the president lauded Ukrainian bravery and you're gonna see when you're there seemingly suggesting they'd go to Ukraine the White House later reiterated what the president's long said he has no intention of sending troops there then came Saturday for god's sake this man cannot remain in power the next day secretary of state Antony Blinken we do not have a strategy of regime change last night the president himself tried to clarify outside church Sager made Ghani Washington

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of 7 countries marketplaces novo savo is here with more on a new energy arrangement that's taking shape And David a White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says they're close to some kind of deal on European energy supplies and the way he framed it to reporters on Air Force One as there were headed to Belgium is that the U.S. is going to help boost natural gas supplies to European partners So they don't have to rely as much on Russia's exports No Sullivan says there has been as he put it an intense back and forth about this topic and they expect an announcement on Friday about new actions to help Europe Any suggestions what those might be Well yeah the president of the European Union Ursula von der leyen says this has to do with liquefied natural gas exports Europe is going to ask for more supplies from the U.S. but also is going to ask for commitments over the next two winters as well And Jake Sullivan appears to echo that time frame saying the U.S. is going to look for ways to increase LNG supplies to Europe I see Europe gets 40% of its natural gas from Russia Can it replace All of that So that's tough The U.S. is pretty much maxed out on its liquefied natural gas exports right now And even if you sent a bunch more to Europe David they'd have a hard time processing all of it That can change in the long term but short term it's a tough problem All right no thank you Buyers of Russian natural gas in Asia are scrambling to figure out how to comply with Russia's new demand that they pay not in dollars but in Russia's currency the ruble the supplies to countries Russian president Putin labeled unfriendly including gas buyers in Japan South Korea and Taiwan Putin said he'll still honor the contracts as long as the money comes in rubles Some analysts are guessing that since this creates demand for the ruble it could help push up the value of that sagging currency Checking some other numbers stock index futures are up moderately this morning for the U.S. plus four tenths of a percent for S&P futures the ten year interest rate up at 2.38% crude.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Ask regulators to authorize two small dose shots for youngsters under 6 If regulators give the go ahead little children could start getting vaccinations by the summer President Biden's on the way to Brussels where he'll attend several summits of key allies NATO group of 7 and European Union summits they're all trying to find a way to keep the war in Ukraine from getting even worse Moments before he left this morning reporters asked President Biden if he thinks Russian president Putin might use chemical weapons in Ukraine I think it's a real threat The AP's Sagar Meghani At a special NATO summit He will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia National security adviser Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow The west has been united The president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay united He'll make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for COVID-19 for a second time and will stay behind She says the president tested negative Supreme Court nominee katangi Brown Jackson is back before the Senate for third day of hearings judiciary committee chairman senator dick Durbin said this morning America is ready for the Supreme Court glass ceiling to shatter she would be the first black woman on the high court if she's confirmed Judge Jackson then I thought the President Biden got it right yesterday He tuned in and watched the proceedings and said you showed both grace and dignity Two deaths have now been blamed on the bad weather that slammed the south last night at tornado tossed cars and ripped homes apart in the New Orleans area This is AP news Now to home appraisals and complaints of racial discrimination The White House will unveil a plan today aimed at stopping racial discrimination when it.

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Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

"President Biden heads to Europe this morning where a top aide says he'll add to the avalanche of sanctions already hitting Russia for the Ukraine invasion at a special NATO summit he will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow the west has been United the president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay United you make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for cove in nineteen for a second time and will stay behind she says the president tested negative Sager made Ghani Washington

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning Hannah Good morning Caroline while yes after those inflation figures the Chancellor is saying he'll stand by British households as he comes under pressure to ease the cost of living crisis when he delivers his spring statement today Rishi sunak will promise security for working families and says say Britain's response to Russia includes strengthening the UK economy but with inflation at a three decade high labor's shadow leveling up secretary Lisa nandy wants solutions to rising costs People simply can not keep their heads above water now and this was to come So we need a windfall tax on the oil and gas producers to knock 200 pounds of people's energy bills because people need help right now but the government's also got to think again about the national insurance rise The most likely action from the Chancellor today includes a cut to fuel duty and raising the threshold at which people start paying national insurance In the U.S. fed officials are joining Jerome Powell's call to get going on raising rates to curb high inflation San Francisco fed president Mary Daly says the Central Bank should be marching rates up to neutral and say Louis fed chief Jim bullard told Bloomberg faster is better when it comes to the fed's rate hike strategy What you have to do is move the policy rate up discreetly a fair amount not to be too disruptive but I think 50 basis point moves are definitely be in the mix And then get to a level that we can be neutral And then from there we can decide if we want to be restrictive in put further downward pressure on inflation Bernard reiterated his call for interest rates to rise above 3% this year When it comes to the latest on the war in Ukraine the U.S. is saying that NATO is ready to put more sanctions on Russia Bloomberg's Ed Baxter reports National security adviser Jake Sullivan says the Biden trip this week will firm the plans He will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia and tightening the existing sanctions to crack down on evasion and to ensure robust enforcement And reports are that the Biden administration is preparing sanctions on most members of Russia's state Duma the lower house of parliament more than 300 They will be coordinated with the EU In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe And the U.S. and UK have reached a deal to ease tariffs on British steel and aluminum The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It resolves a long-standing irritant as the nation's work to strengthen trade The commerce department says the deal will allow 500,000 metric tons of steel to be imported duty free The UK will also lift retaliatory tariffs on more than $500 million worth of American exports including distilled spirits various agricultural products and consumer goods In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and Don Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Hannah for today's top stories Let's get some more details then on what is happening in Ukraine and bring in our Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs Mark champion Mark good morning President Biden is heading to Brussels what do we expect from these meetings How much support will European leaders feel from the presence of the U.S. president Yes it's going to be a big day for diplomacy So Biden will be there for the NATO summit He'll be there for an EU meeting with taking part in what would normally be an EU meeting and take part in the G 7 meeting So a big day and really what he's I think what he and the other NATO allies and partners in the G 7 like Japan are trying to do is to get ahead of what they know will be a continuing issue with Russia over Ukraine So try and get ahead on issues like sort of how do we make sure that the sanctions take real effect How do we pay for resolve our differences over how to deal with energy in particular oil And how do we react if the either the Chinese were to help the Russians or if the Russians were to raise the stakes by using a chemical weapons or some other weapon of mass destruction Okay so that's the diplomacy on the ground though things are pretty bad What is the situation now in Mario pole and the situation with russet rush and troops Well it's dire in Mario bowl It gets worse by the day essentially the fighting is in the city There's still a hundred and thousand people there according to president zelensky So quite a lot of got out It was before the war This was a population of around 500,000 but a 100,000 people are still there without power water food and of course the finding just rages on The images coming from the city now really are of a place that will have very little left after this war is finished Yeah almost a quarter of the Ukrainian population now displaced There's also another big worry further afield which is food Agriculture the severe disruption because Ukraine's harvest It means that the EU is holding a special meeting on it too So it will also affect others worldwide Yes absolutely The Ukrainian in particular wheat is a huge supplier wheat on the world or in the world market And that's going to hit it'll hit the EU but it's really a more severe problem in the Middle East and Africa Where the grain price the price of bread is more sensitive So yes this is an issue with global implications Okay yeah She's like Egypt Lebanon and others most perhaps at risk in terms of the food threat to Mark thank you so much for being with me Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs Marc champion yes so the situation in Mario pole is dire as Mark was saying but the hopes of some diplomatic efforts perhaps further sanctions little hope at the moment it would seem of the war in Ukraine being brought to any kind of resolution Having said that we will have another conversation in the coming moments to discuss what is happening here in the UK British law firms leaving Russia is.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"Jeffrey zines coordinated the Biden administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic for more than a year and now we're learning that he's leaving that post next month Led the national economic council during the Obama administration and then co chaired President Biden's transition team He's returning to private life The White House says doctor Ashish jha will replace him Jaws the dean of Brown university school of public health He's an expert in pandemic preparedness and response and has appeared frequently on television during the pandemic The White House says President Biden will speak with Chinese president Xi Jinping tomorrow on the agenda economic competition between the two countries as well as Russia's invasion of Ukraine The call follows an intense 7 hour meeting in Rome Monday between national security adviser Jake Sullivan and a senior Chinese foreign policy adviser Coming up after traffic and weather and other sign that the pandemic is fading 1136 since COVID-19 working women are experiencing significant burnout and work life imbalance Here's Nora Gardner senior partner McKinsey and company sharing insights from their 2021 women in the workplace report The largest comprehensive study of the state of women in the American workforce So it's clear that while there's a lot of promise in virtual work that the always on the boundaries need to be set and stuck to And so we're encouraging leaders and companies to actually talk about boundaries And explicitly set them to provide norms and guidance around availability after hours around booking personal time on your calendar And also role modeling best practices role modeling turning off and taking time off A year and a half into COVID-19 women are now significantly more burned out and increasingly more so than men Learn how.

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US Warns Chinese on Support for Russia in Ukraine War

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

US Warns Chinese on Support for Russia in Ukraine War

"Right now the U.S. national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, it's being reported, met China's top diplomat because if Beijing gets involved and as has been reported, Russia is asking for China's help, there would be penalties against China. Well, what penalties are we willing to advance? That'll be interesting. You think Biden's got a mess on his hands with Ukraine and Russia, where do you see trying to deal with China? We got people in America who are complete ambassadors for China. Ask LeBron James.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The U.S. says Russia is asking for help from China and its invasion of Ukraine Let's get to Ed Baxter and San Francisco with the latest it Yeah truly at a new wrinkle Reports say the request is for equipment replacement for the heavy losses of Russians have suffered and Bloomberg's chief north Asia correspondent Stephen engel says this comes as there are high level meetings scheduled The highest level diplomatic in person meeting since the war in Ukraine began is going to be between the national security adviser Jake Sullivan and the top diplomat Politburo member young jets here in Rome on Monday Obviously the Biden administration is trying to enlist Beijing support of the sanctions and also exert its influence on Moscow to end the war in Ukraine Which obviously would not include sending health to Russia This is Russia's heavily attacked a military training base in the west of Ukraine just ten miles inside the border with Poland which has led national security adviser Jake Sullivan to say if any munitions land in Poland there would be severe consequences If the United States will work with our allies to every inch of NATO territory and that means every inch And if there is a military attack on NATO territory it would cause the invocation of article 5 and we would bring the full force of the NATO alliance to bear in responding to it Yeah Sullivan on a CBS has heard here on Bloomberg is saying shelling also along the south of Ukraine the deputy mayor of mirepoix Andre moskalenko on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says residents are just not protected anymore It's like a new edge in this war because we don't have any safety place in Ukraine I suppose even all over the world And he says if they can bomb a children's hospital and there must have no limits two areas of China have been hit very hard with COVID cases It's Shenzhen has been on total lockdown now 17.5 million residents and for the next week cases double nationwide in early 3400 and the government says Shenzhen's proximity to Hong Kong is causing the spread So Bloomberg's ammo Brian says the strategy here The way China works this is about sort of kneecapping the virus outbreak really bringing it down to zero so that they can reopen again and before it gets to a size like what they've been seeing in Hong Kong out of control Yeah Shanghai also experiencing an increase in cases Emma says Hong Kong still formulating plans for mass testing and Hong Kong is still getting a large number of cases over 27,000 cases day to day The death count also high 285 In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg Thank you Ed Let's get to global sports.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"Head to the shell station on Minnesota avenue northeast for $4 and 14 cents a gallon Gathering bonk to view TOP news It's 6 34 CBS News special report Russian missiles pals at a military training base close to Ukraine's western border with NATO member Poland killing 35 Reports from the Poland Ukraine border I think what concerns many people is what would have happened if one of these missiles misfired once 20 miles beyond the target and hit Poland This is why I think some people are quite shaken up that this attack has taken place so close to the Polish Ukraine border Bratton Renault and American journalist working for time has been killed in Ukraine National security adviser Jake Sullivan on face the nation The consulting with my colleagues will be consulting with the Ukrainians to determine how this happened and then to measure and execute appropriate consequences as a result A new CBS News poll gauging Americans views on the war in Ukraine sounds strong support for sanctions on a Russian oil even if it means higher gas prices CBS News special report I'm Matt piper Iran is claiming responsibility for a missile barrage near a sprawling U.S. consulate complex in northern Iraq calling it retaliation for an Israeli strike in Syria that killed two members of Iran's revolutionary guard earlier this week No injuries reported in today's attack on the city of Irbil Marks the significant escalation between the U.S. and Iran national security adviser Jake Sullivan talks to CBS's face the nation about what this attack in erbil means for the Iran nuclear talks As things stand right now the various negotiators are back home in their capitals And we will have to see what happens in the days ahead with respect to the diplomacy around the nuclear deal Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman tells Fox News Sunday the U.S. does not believe the American consulate in Iraq was the target Instead calling it an attack on Iraq's sovereignty We're seeing a rise in demand for iodine and potassium iodide pills especially in Europe and the price is spiking too The pills can lessen the danger from radiation exposure and the rush on the market reported by Bloomberg and other outlets indicates growing anxiety over nuclear safety risks after the Russian invasion of Ukraine In the U.S. Bloomberg says Google searches for does iodine help in nuclear war have risen over 1100% in the past 7 days And by the way the U.S. spy chief has said there have been no changes in Russia's nuclear posture despite Vladimir Putin's warnings about putting his nuclear forces on high alert Traffic and weather next and then we'll get some insight into the latest developments in Ukraine from WTO national security correspondent JJ green 6 36 Remodeling for how you live today Here's bob Gallagher president of sun design remodeling sharing how remodeling can bring family and friends together In one of the biggest benefits of design build as compared to other types of processes that might be available Really entails the opportunity to get into some interesting conceptual ideas and spend time figuring out all the possibilities And what it is that could be done And you might throw the kitchen over here or over there and this way and that way And this is an opportunity where you can really do these things because it's just on paper And then we can figure out the various scopes of what that means and then also price ranging And at that point then you can really figure out how to identify what is the scope of work that you want to move forward That thing that really makes you excited inside and.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"The Shell on bladensburg road in northeast Valerie bonk WTO news Two 34 CBS News special report Russia has fired cruise missiles into a military base in western Ukraine bringing the conflict closer to Poland where CBS is Steve federman is today Around 30 rocket slammed into the military base at least 35 people have been killed more than a 130 others injured and the death toll could go higher They are still going through some of the remnants at the air base and some of those injured have been very seriously wounded The mayor of key vitali Klitschko tells ABC his city has been putting up a good fight against the Russian invaders We have a lot of time It's we never lose the fight for our homeschool our future because whole population against Russia At levee and today Pope Francis cadet what he called the barbarianism of Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities and he called for them to stop as he said in the name of God CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise It is two 35 and meantime missiles are fired toward a U.S. diplomatic office in northern Iraq At least a dozen missiles were fired toward the U.S. consulate in Irvine Iraq senior U.S. official tells Fox News the missiles came from Iran That official says none of them made contact with the consulate which is new and unoccupied and all U.S. personnel are accounted for Nobody injured in addition no one has claimed responsibility The government of Iraq and the Kurdish regional government is investigating the last time missiles were fired from inside Iran was January 2020 in response to the U.S. killing of Iran's military commander Qasem Soleimani Sue gosman Fox News Iran claiming responsibility we're learning this afternoon for that attack national security adviser Jake Sullivan talks to CBS his face the nation about what this means for the nuclear talks As things stand right now the various negotiators are back home in their capitals And we will have to see what happens in the days ahead with respect to the diplomacy around the nuclear deal The deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman tells Fox News Sunday that the U.S. does not believe the American consulate in Iraq was the target instead calling it attack and attack on Iraq's sovereignty A new COVID outbreak in China leads to the shutdown of a major city The business and tech hub of Shenzhen a city of 17 million people in southern China went into lockdown on Sunday after 60 new COVID cases were confirmed there Restaurants are closed and employees will have to work from home all week while health workers begin the enormous task of testing every resident three times as part of an all out national effort to contain the worst COVID outbreak in China in two years CBS has Elizabeth Palmer reporting from Bangkok Thailand Coming up on WTO P after traffic and weather did The White House turn down calls last year to provide special training for Ukrainian forces before Russia attacked more on that coming up How many steps do you take before you have foot pain Hi it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store and the truth is the battle between our feet and the concrete or asphalt usually winds up with our feet losing Studies show that about 75% of people will experience some kind of foot pain by middle age I found that out a number of years ago with plantar fasciitis and I tried to remedy it with shoes and drugstore cushions that didn't work Finally I went to.

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National security advisor: Russia accusing US of chemical weapons 'is a tell' - Business Insider

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

National security advisor: Russia accusing US of chemical weapons 'is a tell' - Business Insider

"President Biden is sending his national security adviser for talks with a senior Chinese official in Rome I'm Ben Thomas with the latest the meeting comes amid concerns that China is amplifying Russian disinformation including false claims that Ukraine has been running chemical and biological weapons labs with U. S. support national security advisor Jake Sullivan tells NBC's meet the press it's a good tell that they may be on the cusp of doing it themselves what we're here to do is to deny them the capacity to have a false flag operation to blame this on the Ukrainians war on us Sullivan also says the US has made clear China should not help Russia work around sanctions or otherwise bail out its economy we

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Kash Patel: Durham Certainly Knows About More Stolen Internet Data

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Kash Patel: Durham Certainly Knows About More Stolen Internet Data

"The media people who are choosing to nail their credibility to this wall I think we're making an enormous mistake among the many they've already made Durham's filing was pretty clear on this the use of this server data for illicit purposes that this was quote among the Internet data exploit and cash meaning that the DNS data in other words just the websites that were visited may just be the beginning I mean down the road we don't know I mean could it be could it be emails Could it be other sensitive data that came data that came out of The White House and then that begs the additional question where people who are not authorized to be viewing potentially classified information doing so I mean this is really an enormous scandal No you're right It's the biggest one in U.S. history And those questions are exactly what I think John Durham has the answers to but hasn't related yet He is cultivating the Internet data and just put a little bit of it out there and his pleading I believe he already has the communication the emails and every other piece of information that they bought and paid for while spying on president Trump And we're going to start seeing that in the next few weeks and more pleading I think the bigger problem for the media and of course Hillary Clinton campaign is remember this Sussman the guy who's indicted is the same person that got paid through the Hillary kitten campaign to conjure up the alpha banks story that the current national security adviser Jake Sullivan helped push and I believe lied to me in Congress when I interrogated him under oath when he said I had no idea what our lawyers were getting paid tens of millions of dollars to This man is now advising the president of the United States And I hope John Durham's focus is on Jake

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yards for the Cincinnati Bengals Since he is looking to win the franchise's first Super Bowl while the rams are playing for their second the first coming when the team played in St. Louis back in 1999 and the enchantment that your Bloomberg world sports opd 8 Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app And it Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash So markets in Asia are reacting to the sell off that we had in a U.S. equities Friday precipitated by comments from the U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan saying that Russia could initiate military action or attempt to spark a conflict in Ukraine as early as this week Havens and heavy demand in the treasury market long-term rates were down with a ten year around one 93 interestingly we're moving up a little bit and yield right now one 94 in the Tokyo session Now bear in mind that last Friday the Japanese market was closed for a public holiday and in that intervening period we had a lot of strength in the end build in the New York session with the yen picking up about a half of 1% against the greenback right now the end trading one 1537 the Nike though down about 2.3% In fact the only industry group within the Nike under R 11 energy is the only group that is positive in that kind of correlates to this big move higher that we're seeing in crude oil WTI 94 30 now given the heightened tension around what's developing in Ukraine you'll know that Russia is a key player the top one of the top producers in the energy market at a time when global supplies are already tight WTI 94 30 Brent crude trading 95 40 The dollar a little weaker but we were strong in New York trading on Friday and as I mentioned at the end quite a bit stronger now at one 1535 and sold the cost is down one and a half percent The market in Australia has been fluctuating between gains and losses right now The ASX 200 is essentially flat We have shares in crown resorts rallying by about 2% This after the U.S. private equity firm Blackstone won its pursuit of crown it's a deal worth about 6.4 billion U.S. We'll take a look at market action again in about 15 minutes Let's get caught up on global headlines Denise Pellegrini is in the Bloomberg newsroom Denise Progress made as you mentioned between Russian president Putin and President Biden and their weekend talks national security adviser Jake Sullivan says this Wednesday could be a pivotal day.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Debt If you're joining from Japan or anywhere in the apec good morning I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York And I'm Juliette sali in Singapore yeah new training weekly to react to what happened on Wall Street two Doug when U.S. stocks fell Friday Yeah most definitely with the S&P down about 1.9% jewels in the Friday session This was precipitated by a comments from national security adviser Jake Sullivan he was saying that Russia could initiate military action or even attempt to spark a conflict inside Ukraine as early as this week So havens were in demand in the bond market we had long-term interest rates moving lower ten year treasury at about one 93 Interestingly now in the Tokyo session we've moved up in yield terms trading one 96 but on the equity side of things we got a lot of weakness in the nikkei largely because of a much stronger yen now one 1555 the Nike is weaker by about 1.4% In the opening moments in Seoul the cost be down about 1.2% although in Sydney the ASX 200 is pushing higher by about four tenths of 1% We've got that crown resorts after trading was delayed a little bit up about 2.4% We have the private equity firm Blackstone after it's near yearlong pursuit of crowns succeeding the troubled Australian casino operator accepting Blackstone's 6.4 billion U.S. dollar takeover offer Keeping a close high on crude oil given the tension around the Ukrainian story WTI right now 94 55 so we're up about one and a half percent here in the electronic session We'll take another look at market action for you in about 15 minutes Jules Well it is Paramount for the fed to be measured and data dependent as it hikes rates to ensure stability This according to San Francisco fed president Mary Daly Bloomberg's susannah Palmer tells us more Daly said it's too early to call the number of interest rate hikes this year but she did say So I look at the data and I see that it is obvious that we need to pull some of the accommodation out of the economy But history tells us with fed policy that abrupt and aggressive action can actually have a destabilizing effect on the very growth and price stability we're trying to achieve Daily was interviewed today on CBS's face the nation Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia Well we go from the fed to the PBOC economists are divided as to whether or not China's Central Bank needs to cut interest rates for a second month A majority of economists surveyed by Bloomberg say the PBOC will keep the rate on its one year policy loans unchanged and they are arguing that the PBOC can afford to wait and see whether earlier easing measures are taking effect Now the January figures on credit growth showed strong expansion that's a positive sign right Last month the PBOC already cut rates by about ten basis points and another drop would be in a very aggressive step and perhaps a sign of heightened concern over China's growth outlook It would also widen the policy divergence that we have talked about here between what the PBOC is doing and what other major central banks are doing like the fed incidentally we're expecting the PBOC's decision Tuesday in Beijing Juliet It is four minutes past the hour time for global news The U.S. is eyeing Russia's intentions in Ukraine while Hong Kong is eyeing record COVID cases for that another global news let's get to the Bloomberg newsroom and.

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WTOP

"The U.S. continues to urge Americans to leave Ukraine as Russia appears to be readying an invasion the discovery of an unexploded World War I Shell in 2020 still affecting residents today I'm Acacia James Americans reveal what they want in Super Bowl ads I'm Luke luker Oh and the Super Bowl is about to start It's 6 31 President Biden spoke with Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky today for about an hour The White House says the two leaders agreed on the importance of continuing diplomacy and deterrence in response to Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's borders but tensions remain high Today national security adviser Jake Sullivan talked about what will happen if there is an invasion We will continue to support Ukraine even after an invasion begins And I'm not going to get into the specific details of what that will look like but it is one of the three fundamental elements of our response Continue to support Ukraine as it seeks to resist Russian aggression Second imposed severe and swift economic measures in concert with our allies and partners that go at Russia's financial system and edits defense industrial base And then third reinforce reassure and deter That is reinforced NATO territory reassure our allies on the eastern Flank and deter Russia from any action against NATO allies to whom we have a sacred article 5 commitment to defend Sullivan is also urging Americans to leave Ukraine As long as those commercial transit options are available Americans should avail themselves of them they should move out by air or rail or road as rapidly as possible because as I said also on Friday if there is military action if there is a war between Russian Ukraine started by a Russian invasion of Ukraine President Biden is not intending to set in send in American forces to fight Russia in that war He spoke on CBS's face the nation Airlines are now avoiding the unfriendly skies over Ukraine The mere threat of an imminent invasion of Ukraine by Russia has prompted some airlines to divert or outright cancel flights to that country This despite continued talks between Moscow and the west a phone call between President Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin Saturday did nothing to erase those fears The Pentagon painting a bleak picture We believe that a major military action could happen any day now And again these assessments are coming from a variety of sources spokesman John Kirby on Fox News Sunday Karen McHugh Fox News It's 6 33 Garment contractors shouldn't settle for dated software to manage their projects people.

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When Popes and presidents meet

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

When Popes and presidents meet

"President Joe Biden is meeting with pope Francis at the Vatican where the world's two most notable Roman Catholics plan to discuss the coded nineteen pandemic climate change and poverty White House press secretary Jen Psaki says she expects a warm and constructive dialogue between the two leaders I think there's a great deal of agreement and overlap with the president and pope Francis on a range of issues poverty combating the climate crisis and ending the pandemic national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president and pontiff would meet privately then hold wide talks Biden's visiting Rome I'm in Glasgow Scotland for back to back some its first the

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Jake Sullivan Obama's national security adviser Ladies and gentlemen this guy is knee deep in the peepee hoax The collusion tape the collusion nonsense stuff He is knee deep in it and he is connected to a number of different people And he's got a real problem Now I am not under any illusions that the Republicans are going to grow a pair up in the hill and actually do anything about it But this guy's in real trouble right now And I'm wondering if John dorm the special prosecutor who indicted one of the Hillary Clinton lawyers involved in this case I'm wondering if he's looking at Jake Sullivan This guy is the national security adviser now to Joe Biden This guy is in on the highest of high level meetings folks and there's two things about this guy He either has the worst judgment in the history of a human being who sat in that NSA position or he is a liar potentially involved in a big conspiracy to frame Donald Trump There is no option C okay It's either one of those two things Why Well we unearthed some old video audio of Jake Sullivan on CNN which I'm going to get to in the remainder of the hour And some old comments by Jake Sullivan on CNN and Jake Sullivan who was Hillary Clinton's at the time foreign policy adviser seemed to be one of the biggest promoters out there of the whole peepy hoax collusion hoax I mean he's got these statements on record I'm going to play the audio and then I'm going to show you how he must have known the entire time Jake Sullivan that what he was saying was a fabricated lie He told everyone that tech experts were telling Hillary and I oh my gosh there's this big connection between Trump and the Russians Trump Tower in this alphabet server It's real but that's not what the tech experts were telling them How do we know because we have an indictment now in the case And we got our hands on those records ourselves

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National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Pushed Alfa Bank Claim at Center of Durham Indictment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Pushed Alfa Bank Claim at Center of Durham Indictment

"Jake Sullivan Obama's national security adviser Ladies and gentlemen this guy is knee deep in the peepee hoax The collusion tape the collusion nonsense stuff He is knee deep in it and he is connected to a number of different people And he's got a real problem Now I am not under any illusions that the Republicans are going to grow a pair up in the hill and actually do anything about it But this guy's in real trouble right now And I'm wondering if John dorm the special prosecutor who indicted one of the Hillary Clinton lawyers involved in this case I'm wondering if he's looking at Jake Sullivan This guy is the national security adviser now to Joe Biden This guy is in on the highest of high level meetings folks and there's two things about this guy He either has the worst judgment in the history of a human being who sat in that NSA position or he is a liar potentially involved in a big conspiracy to frame Donald Trump There is no option C okay It's either one of those two things Why Well we unearthed some old video audio of Jake Sullivan on CNN which I'm going to get to in the remainder of the hour And some old comments by Jake Sullivan on CNN and Jake Sullivan who was Hillary Clinton's at the time foreign policy adviser seemed to be one of the biggest promoters out there of the whole peepy hoax collusion hoax I mean he's got these statements on record I'm going to play the audio and then I'm going to show you how he must have known the entire time Jake Sullivan that what he was saying was a fabricated lie He told everyone that tech experts were telling Hillary and I oh my gosh there's this big connection between Trump and the Russians Trump Tower in this alphabet server It's real but that's not what the tech experts were telling them How do we know because we have an indictment now in the case And we got our hands on those records ourselves

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US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

"The blighted ministration says it will keep working to get the remaining Americans out of Afghanistan U. S. officials say fewer than two hundred Americans are still there and while the military mission is over at the evacuation effort will continue through diplomatic means and we have considerable leverage over the Taliban to ensure that any remaining American citizen will be able to get out White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC's Good Morning America hours before president Biden's due to make his first public remarks since the official end of America's longest war critics are questioning both his plans to evacuate the Americans and to keep Afghanistan from again becoming a terror he even in the absence of U. S. troops Sager mag ani Washington

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White House: US Has Capacity to Evacuate Remaining Americans

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

White House: US Has Capacity to Evacuate Remaining Americans

"The U. S. says it has the capacity to evacuate the remaining American citizens from Afghanistan before tomorrow's deadline even as rocket firing callable underscores the continuing threat White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan told fox news Sunday there were about three hundred Americans still there and we are working actively in these hours and these days to get those folks out of the U. S. as about twelve hundred people were evacuated the past twenty four hours a steady stream of flights left cobbled even after rocket fire targeted its airport before hitting a nearby neighborhood tomorrow is president Biden's pullout deadline and his top diplomat calls this the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission Sager mag ani Washington

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U.S. Drone Strike Kills Two High-Profile ISIS Members

Fox News Sunday

02:08 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Drone Strike Kills Two High-Profile ISIS Members

"The president headed to Dover, I sat down with his national security advisor Jake Sullivan to discuss the final hours of America's engagement on the ground in Afghanistan. Jake. Let's start with the drone strike in eastern Afghanistan against that isis K planner and facilitate our first of all, Can you tell us their importance to Isis And secondly, President Biden says This will not be the last strike against the people responsible for the attack that killed 13 American troops at Kabul airport. So how far as he prepared to go to make Isis pay? The president will stop at nothing to make Isis K pay for the deaths of those American service members at the Kabul airport. He will ensure that we get the people responsible for this that we continue to put Pressure on the group responsible for this and that we continue to take targets off the battlefield with respect to these particular targets. These were facilitators and planners who were involved in the movement and production of explosive devices. Our over the horizon. Counterterrorism capability was proven out. They identify the target. They took the target out, and they are now in the process of identifying further targets to action if we had such good Intelligence about Isis K that we were able to strike in a little bit more than 24 hours. Why didn't we move against the group before the bombing a Kabul airport As targets have been developed. We have action them. This was the one that we had available to us, and we took it in a timely basis when we had it with respect to the attack at Kabul Airport. We, of course, have been warning for days that such an attack could take place. We took action to try to prevent and disrupt such attacks. But of course, all we can do is mitigate risk. We cannot eliminate risk and this is a fundamentally dangerous and high risk mission. The president has said that from the beginning, those of us working on it have reiterated that from the beginning and continuous Chris to be very dangerous. There are

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President Biden, U. S. Military And Kabul Airport For Evacuation National Security discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

President Biden, U. S. Military And Kabul Airport For Evacuation National Security discussed on AP News Radio

"As president Biden consults with his national security team on the situation in Afghanistan administration officials say the U. S. military is considering creative ways to get Americans and others into the Kabul airport for evacuation national security advisor Jake Sullivan describes the security threats in the Afghan capital as real acute and persistent and defense secretary Lloyd Austin tells ABC the U. S. military used helicopters last Thursday to move one hundred sixty nine Americans into Kabul airport from the grounds of a nearby hotel the only announced instance of U. S. forces going beyond the airport to get evacuees in a notice Sunday the state department urged people seeking to leave not to come to the airport until they have received specific instructions to do so from the US embassy's flight organizer Ben

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"By taliban shooting flash fangs and wits. Run behind you with the. Us says it will bring up to twenty two thousand afghans to the united states and facilitate more to other countries. The international rescue committee estimates more than three hundred thousand afghan civilians have been affiliated with the united states mission. Since two thousand one if you outside. Of course i'm old enough to remember shogun. This is a lot worse than saga on in nineteen seventy five. But despite the president's claims i have seen no question of our credibility from our allies around the world some. Us allies are criticizing. The president and questioning. America's role in the world is usually catastrophe to see their commander in chief. Call into question. The courage of manafort with to claim that they ran shameful. Shame on all of us. Not just america. Rule say the whole of nato president biden ran competence and good judgment. How much will the chaos in afghanistan. Our road is standing while just twenty. Five percent of americans approve of his handling of afghanistan. Americans are still sour on the war overall. Sixty one percent saying it wasn't worth it in your sons. Your daughters like my son was sent to iraq to. Maybe die and for one for one joining me. Now is president. Biden's national security advisor. Jake sullivan mr sullivan. Welcome to meet the press. Thanks for having me. I want to start with the security situation around the airport in kabul it appears to be deteriorating and there's now a threat from isis of terror. Attacks against americans is the administration considering sending more troops to try to secure the perimeter and secure the area. At the moment we believe we have sufficient forces on the ground but every single day the president asked his military commanders including those at the airport and those at the pentagon whether they need additional resources additional troops so far. The answer has been no but he will ask again today. How many americans are trying to get out of afghanistan. This has been a question that you've been asked numerous times and we haven't known the answer and this sunday morning. Do we know the answer. Well we know that. It's roughly a few thousand chuck but let me explain to the american people why we don't exactly know because when people come to afghanistan who are american citizens we ask them to register with the. Us embassy many leave and never deregister or others. Come and choose not to register in the first place of course as americans. That's their right. So we have been working for the past few days to get fidelity on as precise account as possible we have reached out to thousands of americans by phone email text and we are working on plans to as we get touch with people give them direction for the best and most safe and most effective way for them to get into the airport and about our afghan allies. How many are you committed to getting out of the country just yesterday. Chuck we flew out a total of facilitated the flight out of seventy eight hundred people thirty nine hundred on. Us military aircraft thirty nine hundred on charter aircraft that our military facilitated from private organizations in other countries since the beginning of this evacuation. It's been thirty thousand. People total since august fourteenth. It's been twenty five thousand. We're gonna continue that in the days ahead and get out. Thousands more afghans who are at risk and or who supported the us military effort in afghanistan along with continuing to ensure that we focused on getting american citizens out who wanna leave the country. I wanna understand this august thirty first deadline because this is what the president said on friday about a so called agreement with the taliban. I wanna play it. We have no indication that they haven't been able to get in couple through the airport. We've made an agreement with the with the taleban this far. They've allowed them to go through. It's and they're interested in go through all right. I wanna understand this agreement with the taliban. What is this agreement. And what was agreed to so the agreement with the taliban which is produced and reinforce daily through contacts in military channels on the ground in kabul. Is that american citizens. Get passage to the airport. Get the opportunity to pass through any check points on the way to the airport. And then it's our responsibility to get them inside. One of the challenges is you know. Chuck has been that once. Arriving at the airport the three main gates coming into the airport have been crowded with large numbers of afghans just ordinary afghans. Who wanna get on a plane out of the country and so we've been spending the last period working out various operational solutions to get americans onto airbase. We're continuing to work with the taliban to ensure that any american faces any challenge getting from their home to the airport that gets resolved that they'd be able to have safe passage and then it's up to us to get inside the airport. That's what we're doing now. It seems though that americans are getting harassed by the taliban and our allies are getting harassed by them. What is what is the. What's the fall out for the taliban if they're reneging on this agreement if in the end americans are from getting to the airport blocked from leaving. The country or our operations are disrupted or are. Evacuations are are in some way interfered with. We have explained to them that there will be a swift and forceful response. What is the taliban..

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"This sunday chaos fear and desperation in afghanistan of course as us troops struggle to restore order at kabul's airport. Run behind you with only five president biden defense decision. The idea of somehow wade had gotten out without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that happens and makes this promise. Let me be clear. Any american wants to come home. We will get you home. But the us is relying on the taliban to allow safe passage of americans and our allies. This is all president. Nine my guest. This morning. National security advisor jake sullivan and republican congresswoman liz. Cheney of wyoming bless her new. nbc news poll numbers on president biden's approval rating is handling of kovin. The economy in a deeply divided country also kids schools and covert cases rising. Nationwide the situation is dire and we are simply out of town and with more and more children now. Falling ill critically local. School districts are pushing back against statewide bans on mass mandates. School boards are to essentially protect kids from their own governors. I'll talk to education secretary. Miguel cardona about the fight over masking children join me for insight and analysis on nbc news chief washington correspondent andrea mitchell steven hayes founder of the dispatch lien cooper pentagon correspondent for the new york times and leo shane deputy editor of military times. Welcome to sunday. It's meet the press from nbc news in washington the longest running show in television history. This is meet the press with chuck. Todd good.

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Biden to Address Chaotic Kabul Evacuation Amid Criticism

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Address Chaotic Kabul Evacuation Amid Criticism

"President Biden will speak this afternoon about the much criticised evacuations from the airport in Kabul Afghanistan president Biden's facing a firestorm of criticism about the chaotic evacuation of Americans and allies from Afghanistan national security advisor Jake Sullivan said U. S. citizens are able to reach the airport but face an obstacle in the large crowds at the airport gates the Taliban's been firing into the air to try to control the crowds US navy fighter jets have been flying over the airport a standard military practice but also a reminder to the Taliban that the US has fire power to respond to a combat crisis I'm Rita fall lay

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Taliban Agree to Allow Safe Passage for Civilians Attempting to Leave Afghanistan

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00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban Agree to Allow Safe Passage for Civilians Attempting to Leave Afghanistan

"The Taliban have taken over the civilian side of Kabul International Airport as thousands of Afghans continue to try to flee their country hundreds of people were outside the airport early this morning many apparently without passports when the Taliban demanded to see documents before allowing the rear passenger inside president Biden's national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the Taliban have agreed to allow safe passage for civilians trying to leave Afghanistan there have been instances where we have received reports of people being turned away or push back or even beat we are taking that up in a channel with the Taliban to try to resolve those issues the U. S. embassy has relocated to the military side of the airport where it's coordinating the airlift of diplomats foreigners and Afghans who worked with the Americans additional US troops have arrived and more are on the way with a total of six thousand expected to be involved in the coming days Ben Thomas Washington

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"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on AP News

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"national security advisor jake sullivan" Discussed on AP News

"White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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