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French President Macron isolating after positive coronavirus test
"Leaders and officials of Russia to self quarantine after President Emmanuel Macron tested positive for the coronavirus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. McCrone was busy this week lunching with the Spanish prime minister, meeting with Portugal's leader and top U officials. The French president, whose only 42 in good shape is said to have only mild symptoms. World leaders rushed to wish Macron a speedy recovery. Sorry to hear my friend has tested positive tweeted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, leaving aside tensions over Brexit
French President Macron tests positive for COVID-19
"French President Emmanuel Macron is self isolating after testing positive for Corona virus. European leaders are also self isolating after coming into contact with him in recent days. CBS is Roxana Saberi reports days after French president Emmanuel Macron greeted European leaders he's tested positive for covert 19. The president's palace says he has symptoms but didn't specify what they are, and that he'll keep working while isolating for seven days. Now a serious of officials he met, including Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will do the same. The news comes as France this week eased its national coronavirus locked out and tightened in overnight curfew. The virus is still raging there and across Europe, including in
Ian McKellen receives Covid-19 vaccine, says he feels 'euphoric'
"Her data. We don't have enough information to make definitive recommendation. He said. He does expect more cases. He also said the two British subjects had previous allergic reactions before taking the vaccine. We're getting the five sir vaccine in Britain, the actor Sir Ian McKellen, so happy and relieved and optimistic and everything that happens really feeling for a long time now. I couldn't have to French President Macron said. Today he is tested positive for the coronavirus back here. In this country. Vaccine supplies are arriving at hospitals and nursing homes.
French President Macron isolating after positive coronavirus test
"Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Emmanuel Macron. The president of France has tested positive for the coronavirus. MPR's Eleanor Beardsley is in Paris. Hi, Eleanor. Hi, stave. How is he? Well, he said to be fine so far, but he has some symptoms and the Elysee Palace is that's why I gotta test this morning. He's going to be isolating for a week, and he's continuing his schedule of meetings today but by videoconference, and obviously he's canceled his lunch for today. Now his wife, French first lady Brigitte Macron, is also in isolation. She's a bit older than he is. She's 67 My call is 42. You know, French media is all abuzz now about who he could have gotten it from and who we may have given it to, and the French prime minister has already gone into isolation. And so has the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, who had lunch with Macron on Monday. He's said to be isolating until Christmas Eve. Okay. How seriously had the French president been taking the virus? Steve very seriously. He's had different approach than some of the other world leaders who have gotten it like Boris Johnson, British Prime minister. Our President Donald Trump and the Brazilian president. Fireball so narrow to name a few. They were very cavalier. They even poo pooed it. They never wore masks. Macron is always seen wearing a mask. You know, he's stressed that every decision he's made has been with huddling with the country's top scientist, Steve not really not not literally huddling then when good, but anyway, you talks with them going exactly And you know, France has been one of the hardest hit countries in the world and in Europe right after Italy and Britain with deaths, it's been bad. The country's just come out of a second national lockdown that reduced the daily rate from 60,000 to 14,000 cases a day. But people are still being urged to take precaution. There's an eight PM overnight curfew now, in effect, people are being told where your mask at the Christmas dinner table, you know you go outside. You don't see anybody who's not wearing a mask, even outside in the streets. And I think you know, the Elise a palace is emphasizing the fact that macron someone extremely careful who's closely watch. He's still got it. That means the virus is still out there circulating everyone is vulnerable circulating. Although 14,000 cases a day that's a much lower rate than the United States, even when you adjust for population and so forth, Francis Not in the worst position in the world, but still here they are with the president. Testing positive are the French authorities in a position to distribute a vaccine soon as we're seeing in the United States and Britain and elsewhere, well, watching that going on in the U. S and Britain everybody wants to hear the government has outlined his strategy. Elderly homes, first health care workers to By the end of the spring, it says, you know, all non vulnerable public will be vaccinated. You know, the European Medicines agency. That's the use equivalent to the FDA has not approved of icing the vaccine, the father buying tech vaccine, It's going to be done soon. France already has more than a million doses on order for the end of December. The EU and macron they want to for that. You two start vaccinating, you know, simultaneously altogether very important Symbolic. Germany has mentioned the date of December 27th so it may be taking place around them. But in the French case, they're just saying, we have our own process. We want to be careful. Here. We need a few more days and weeks. Is that right? Well, it's the European Medicines Agency that has to to to approve this vaccine, and everyone is waiting on that right now, and people are starting to trumpet the bed. It needs to happen soon. But you know, everyone is told him to told to be very careful until the vaccine comes. But it is being promised this month. They're gonna began vaccinating Eleanor. Thanks. Thank you, Steve. That's NPR's Eleanor
French President Macron tests positive for COVID-19
"The presidential Elysee palace has announced French president Emmanuel macron has tested positive for Kobe nineteen it said the president took a test as soon as the first symptoms appeared the brief statement did not say what symptoms micron experienced it said he would isolate himself was seven days it was not immediately clear what contact tracing efforts were in progress makan attended a European Union summit at the end of last week when he notably had a bilateral meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel he met Wednesday with the prime minister of Portugal I'm is area Sheckley
Egyptian President al-Sisi to meet President Macron
"French president emmanuel macron has said. He won't make sales of weapons to egypt conditional on its human rights record. He said he didn't want to weaken egypt's capacity to fight. Terrorism in the middle east missing. Mccomb was speaking after talks president. Abdel fattah el sisi. He's on a state visit to franz. Let's tell us more. I'm joined by the journalist reef michelson and regular monocle commentator on egypt and the middle east. Welcome back ruth. Good morning morning. This is quite an astonishing statement and td place it in the context of just how important egypt's for when it comes to french military expert Incredibly important between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen. france was egypt's largest weapons exporter. They have sold them all kinds of things including rafael jets and unfortunately surveillance equipment that has been used against all kinds of people including likely peaceful activists and ngo workers so they're an enormously important partner and macron's decision to say that none of this will be conditional and to speak in that way also is quite the contrast to the changing tide that we're seeing over in the united states right now you watch the speeches. Delivered by monsieur macron abdel. Fattah el sisi. Yesterday was the tone of them I did watch them. And i feel that you know macron had this tone where he started everything that he said about human rights and human rights when he was speaking. Didn't really get much the look in. He answered some questions about it when he was pressed by a reporter from radio. France as well But every time that he spoke about human rights which he did as a sort of bowing to pressure that he's had to say that he had to mention it which we've seen every time. cc. His visited paris everytime macron mentioned. This he sort of couched it in terms of talking about extremism and talking about fighting terrorism Which of course is very much. His domestic policy at the moment And frankly watching. This felt like something of a failure in the sense that you know the cdc regime in egypt justifies pretty much everything it does in terms of fighting terrorism even when potentially they're doing the exact opposite most of the political prisoners that we're talking about That are in custody today in egypt. Detained on terrorism charges. Human rights defenders have been detained on terrorism charges. So it you know. It doesn't really playing into cici's hands when you frame everything that's happening in terms of fighting terrorism because it gives him get out cools indeed. I mean we have human rights. groups are saying that emmanuel macron effectively indulging the egyptian president. Here what -solutely. I mean I frankly speaking after. I watch those speeches yesterday. I was thinking you know. It's emmanuel macron getting played or is this part of his agenda. But it certainly i mean. Was he set taupe stage where he could just say. Well we're not really listening to Those particular concerns with all focus on the party sellers to weapons. And we're going to move on now. So i mean see at one point said It's not appropriate to present egypt as an oppressive state given all it does for the region and that also is something that chimes with what macron said which is. Well you know egypt. We've discussed are concerns with egypt. But they're going to be important for us in terms of regional issues such as libya where there isn't actually necessarily proof. The egypt is a good partner in libya. But the one thing egypt is they're not The enemies with the one in turkey And you know that is macron's also new chosen regional rival so it's it's almost as though he's decided that because he's going to spa with duan which never goes well. But you know he's going to have to back one's opponent just as a bit about this actually does for my new macron's reputation both domestically but also how other world leaders might see him as as welcoming someone with human rights record which is questionable. As you've just described. I think that's a good question. I mean the key question in terms of how other world leaders will see. This is Certainly how the eu will see it because he you has been very critical of egypt I think perhaps somewhere like italy might be more on board with what macron has even though. There's you know that's been a contentious relationship. Because both france and italy have taken a similar line which is to say The you know there's abuse in egypt. We have to deal with them because libya because of racist concerns about migration and wanting to stop migration into europe but also at the same time You know the incoming biden administration has made quite clear that you know. In biden's words there will be no blank checks for trumps favorite dictator in reference to cece. So whether this will how much of a contrast that will be biden's actually sworn in is quite a question but in the meantime thought to el-sisi gets to gets absolutely gets his son with this. It was i mean. It's getting to see the red carpet rolled out for someone that is jailing. Thousands of people The way the level of press freedom the level of freedom of expression is at historically bad levels not just for egypt but for the region and for the world as a whole and it is really a question brought does macron. Get out of this. What's the benefit other than maybe on sales but it's it's really hard to tell where the benefit is to macron and where the real benefit is to his agenda Watching that kind of warm. Welcome for somebody as credibly accused of human rights abuse ruth michelson. Thank you very much as ever for joining us on multiple twenty four
Anti-France protests continue, as Macron seeks understanding
"Hundreds of protesters in Pakistan have burned effigies of France's leader, enchanted anti French slogans as president Macron Tried to send a message of understanding to Muslims around the world. The demonstrations follow anti France protests across the Muslim world last week and came despite Emmanuel Macron statement that he understood the shock Muslims felt that character's depicting Islam's prophet anti France. Protests began after Macron eulogized the French teacher in Paris who was decapitated for showing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed in class.
Three dead and several wounded after a terror attack in Nice, France
"Situation. Several dead in Nice France following a knack of terror yesterday, and here's Simon Owen from Fox News with an update morning, Simon Hey, Good morning Run. Yes, chief anti terror prosecutor in France has been giving it some more details about what happened at the church, a huge church in nice in the south of France. It is called a silica of not to damage it looks like the Notredame Cathedral so famous in Paris if you're familiar with that kind of huge, hulking Gothic structure, very prominent place of worship in the south of France. And it was there in broad daylight yesterday morning that this attack unfolded where a man who was carrying the prosecutor says a knife. Two phones and a copy of the Koran went in and attacked worshippers and killed three of them. And there are some grisly details that come with this. And the prosecutor says that one of the victims was in his words almost beheaded. Somebody else managed to escape, but then died in a bar just across the street. It's another attack her friends the second in the space of a couple of weeks when a teacher was beheaded near Paris, hey, was attacked for showing his class. Cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in a lecture on free speech, and that was why seemingly, the attacker decided he wanted to go back and do this. And it led to a great degree of anger. Firstly because of that killing happening in the first place, But also there's been a lot of angry in various parts of the Muslim world about the fact that these cartoons were being displayed in the first place and Some leaders of the promise of Pakistan said that this is an attack on Islam that the fact that president macron of friends defended the use of these cartoons. In this class. Turkey's president has bean furious about it as well. Now this attacker yesterday the suspect is alive in the hospital. He was shot by police. It sounds like he's in quite a serious condition. We don't know if you'll pull through and it will be able to shed a bit more light on the situation at the moment is not clear if there is a direct connection to the teacher incident a couple of weeks ago, but there are certainly echoes. Have a known Fox News. I appreciate the report. Thank you.
Woman beheaded in knife attack at French church
"The French president Emmanuel Macron has denounced a knife attack that killed three people in a church in nice as Islamist terrorism. In a speech at the scene, he said Francois is under attack for its values but would never surrender to terror. Mr Macron will more than double the deployment of soldiers guarding public places to protect churches and schools. Bruno Banel is a member of Parliament for President Macron's on Marsh County. Speaking to the BBC, he said the government's response was a delicate balancing act. The problem is that violence is calling violence, so we have at the same time to be firm on our values. Because there is no way we cannot be respected as a French republic on the on our values and at the same time, make sure that it's not creating even more tension and an escalation ofthe violence which could end up We don't know where
Erdogan calls on Turks to boycott French products
"Talks president recipe type Erdogan has called for a boycott on French goods as tensions between the two countries rise after President Emmanuel macron called for a French Islam. This follows the beheading of teacher in France after he showed his class caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published by the Satirical magazine. Charlie. Ever. Let's cross to Istanbul to join the journalist I login Yuck. Leeann also on the line is Philip Malia professor of French and European politics at University College London. Island let's start with you. Why is Turkey so upset? Well the magazine this week published a cover that depicts a caricature of president are due on and suggesting that he's a bit hypocritical about his religious beliefs. He's drinking a can of beer and he's lifting. The skirt of an Islamic garb. So that is Let us set off a firestorm among our close circle They're accusing them accusing the magazine of insulting and have actually sued the magazine for libel. It is a crime in Turkey publishable a punishable by up to four years in prison to insult the president. So that has been the latest twist. In this in the spat, but they've also putting a ban on French goods. That's correct that stems from President Macron's a recent pledges to. Ensure. That Islam does not affect the French way of life and French values describe that as a relaunch of the Crusades an attempt to Spread like cancer the Islamic phobia that already exists in Europe according to Don So there, but the dispute doesn't just start there between Turkey and France on they are at odds over a number of issues including the war in Libya and including the search for hydrocarbons in the eastern Mediterranean as well as the conflict in Nagorno-karabakh. Absolutely, and we'll come back to those in a moment. I just want to bring Felipe here to talk about what my chronic said. I mean he's saying that he's been misquoted. Yes I think that that's what he says and to to be fair in this Ongoing Saga Domestic Saga in France that is around the shaggy bill cartoons the latest of course, the latest terrorist attacked a couple of weeks ago. This teacher who was beheaded in France by terrorists the the trial shall you do are all taking place as we speak, but there's a lot of things going on and to be fair my call has always been has has never been the hotline in this. In this debate about the cartoons is a bit more of a solo rather than. So in a sense, it's been unsound aim to be to be branded suddenly the most Islamophobic person in fraud I don't think used to be fair but the issues for sure it's been misquoted in a sense i. think he said, yes that they were issues with Islam. which probably was a rather undiplomatic way of putting things to wealth stage. I think he's presented essentially the new bill on socal separatism, which is quite controversial in France and probably. Is, yes implicitly targets in the Muslim population in France but it's true that if French I'll probably surprised how at ten suddenly the sued relationships and and how the sort of tension has related between the two countries of late. To. Be Fair that the two men have been at loggerheads for a long time so it seems on the train side. For advil hand, it's almost protects the those at the story of the call tunes because inside the being as your guests. Until you have just said, there's been real geopolitical issues and disputes between the two countries for one now. Yes. Well, I wonder how much of this also has to do with Turkey's domestic politics I mean we know that there's a huge economic crisis is this a diversionary tactic? It certainly helps distract people from the issues surrounding the economy and our one has been accused of using any number of foreign problems to distract his voters This in particular might resonate because the fact that it's religion and this is something that people hold. So close to their hearts on think that people are filing necessarily know every twist and turn. Of the issue. But when they hear of Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine, they might recall the images of the Prophet that the magazine published previously and that. Sir. Association. So when are two one talks about insulting Islam that's what comes to mind. Not The fact that published an image of political leader on the cover and so if bob he does have an impact. You know anything to get people's minds off of the fact that the jobless rate is soaring. The currency in Turkey has lost about forty percent of value this year against the dollar There's real economic pain here. So the certainly can help can help change the debate now.
Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan
"Turkish officials are railing against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo over its cover page cartoon mocking turkeys leader President Erdogan spokesman said the cartoon was an attempt to spread cultural racism and hatred. Itwas, he said, the product of the xenophobic Islamophobic environment the French leadership seems to want at the weekend, President Erdogan said his French counterpart needed mental treatment. Because of his attitude towards Muslims and Islam. This followed President Macron statement earlier this month that Islam Waas a religion in crisis, the
French President Macron decries ‘Islamist terrorist attack’ against teacher, urges nation to unite
"French President, Emmanuel Macron's announced what he called an Islamist terrorist attack against a history teacher who was decapitated in a Paris suburb this morning here to the nation to stand united against extremism. Macron visited the school where the teacher worked and met with staff. After the slaying. Police shot and killed the suspect. Minutes after the attack
Macron announces curfew for Paris and other French cities
"Europe appears to be in the midst of a second wave of Corona virus. Paris and several other French cities are imposing overnight curfews. President Macron's as the aim is to reduce private contacts, which he says are the most dangerous. France reported more than 22,000 new cases yesterday and 95 deaths
EU: Brexit trade talks to go on past Thursday deadline
"Summit summit in in which which they'll they'll be be discussing discussing Brexit Brexit in in depth depth for for the the first first time time in in months months as as the the clock clock continues continues to to tick tick down down to to the the end end of of December. December. With With no no trade trade agreement in sight, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's warned he may pull out of the talks if no progress is achieved by the end of the summit. Well, let's go live to Brussels and took Teo Ah, Correspondents Nick Beak and Nick just set out for us. I mean, it's hard to keep up with what's going on, just sent out for us What it is precisely there likely to be talking about what's holding things up. James will as we speak if their own schedule this very point. The chief negotiator off the use side, Misha Vanni will be talking to the leaders of the 27 remaining you countries he will be bringing them up to date on where they are in these trade negotiations that have been limping on, you know, for the past 67 months or so despite covert and despite A lot of meetings not happening face to face, but But, as you say, I mean, so many deadlines have come and gone with Brexit. Boris Johnson was hoping that today would be the moment of which that either be a deal or no deal, and they'd be able to move on from that. The latest from down the street is that Boris Johnson is willing to listen to What may or may not be agreed among you leaders over the next 48 hours, and he'll decide the future steps that the UK will take. But certainly in public. Both sides are saying they do want to deal but not at any cost on what is what are the sticking points. I mean, is it Is it still things like fishing and state subsidies? Absolutely, yeah, that they're the two key ones, specifically the extent to which you boats, Khun go into British waters in the future and fish and also the amount of government subsidies in particular the British government, But other governments, Khun give to either struggling sectors within the economy. Or maybe New text, jobs and also a third stumbling block is governance. How you deal with any sort of future trade dispute on fishing, I think has really come to the fore and this really affects Frantz and we've seen President Macron actually in the last half an hour or so, with some pretty strong language, saying on no account. Will our fishermen be sacrificed for Brexit? We didn't choose Brexit. The British people did so preserving our fisherman's accident. UK Waters allows a good compromise, and by that, I think the suggestion is the UK may move on government subsidies. On the You may give some ground on fishing, but from what President Macron is saying they're certainly not going to give loads of ground if it means getting a wider deal, But is it fair to say just briefly that I mean on the whole? Nobody wants to see Britain live leave without a deal. I think that it's fair to say both sides say that in about an hour ago, I caught up with the Irish leader T shirt, Marcin and he said, Look, You've gotta look at the way that cove it is focusing minds. Leaders of the U and the U. K cannot inflict what he said would be an additional shock of a no deal. Brexit you know that can't happen, Nick. Thank you very much. Indeed, that was Brussels correspondent. Nick be joining us live about that summit taking place right now.
Coronavirus cases hit records in Europe, surpassing U.S. numbers
"Americans have looked with envy as Europe's performance against the pandemic. In many European countries, cases were much lower the rate of cases anyway than the United States. Things have not much improved in the U. S. But now Europe overall is worse. Reporting almost twice as many new daily Corona virus cases as the United States and governments are trying to respond. Reporter asked me Nicholson is covering this from Berlin. Hey, there. Good morning. People were so impressed with Europe for a while, which even seemed to be reopening more normally than the United States was able to what changed. Firstly, Steve the weather a zit gets colder, More and more people are meeting indoors Flu season is also upon us on schools and universities are back inside classrooms. Another reason is what the Germans Call the prevention paradox. Countries that previously did well to prevent the virus from spreading are now struggling to do so because people become complacent about it or have a false sense of security. So they're no longer adhering to safety measures. Will Germany where you are is one of the countries that did do well, so how does it look now? Well, as you say, it has fed well and and it has been seen as a bit of a pandemic role model. But just this morning, the CDC equivalent to the Robert Koch Institute reported its highest number of new infections since the start of the pandemic. And in more personal news. I just had My child Steak head teacher has tested positive. So now we're waiting to hear from contact traces about testing, So I have the situation is changing on DH. The Chancellor Angela Merkel is certainly worried. In fact, yesterday she summoned Germany's 16 state governors to Berlin to meet in person for the first time. Since March on it's worth mentioning that medical can't actually make any unilateral decisions about measures because the power lies with the state. Is Merkel getting her country's state governors to agree on what to do? Yes, although I think the better answer there is will see she has managed to get in to agree on a slate of fairly low key measures on she's also warned that more will come if necessary. What is clear is that she and other politicians really want to avoid another lock down. How is another big country? France approaching this where I know cases are already on the also on the rise well that the French approach is much tougher than Germany's, mainly because the infection rate is four times as high but also because President Macron has more powers than Merkel in in what is a much more centralized country, so From Saturday. There's going to be a nighttime curfew in Paris on and eight other cities for at least the next month, meaning that if you refuse to stay home after 9 p.m., you will face fines. But last night's announcement wasn't all about legal measures. Macron also Urged his fellow citizens to be cooperative on DH. His message was conveyed in an interview rather than as a Zanon address, which some believe was an attempt to appeal to people in a less top down way. And what is the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson doing as cases escalate their Well. First of all, the UK system is different again on although it's a very centralized country like France Healthcare is actually managed separately by ministers and England, Scotland, Wales and northern Islands. With the UK registering around 20,000 cases a day These guys are under pressure to act and yesterday, Northern Ireland's first minister, alien Foster, Announced that a nationwide locked down there will come into effect from tomorrow for the next four weeks Force. Johnson is currently under fire for refusing to do any kind of the lock down. Because of what he says it will do to the economy. But the BBC is reporting that Johnson is actually about to impose restrictions on London, which effectively Bam households from mixing. I'm going to pubs and bars. That's me. Thank you very much. Thank you. ST. That's reporter asked me Nicholson in Berlin.
Paris Under Curfew: Europe Reacts As Countries See Highest-Ever Coronavirus Numbers
"In this segment will turn to the price action the moment down. 9/10 S and P 500 futures off the back of more decisions. Out of Europe to lock things down a little bit more headlines across the continent negative the reaction to them by policymakers, adding to concerns of market participants, chats home is joining us now. Out of Berlin. Good morning Tea chat. What are we hearing from Germany from France from Spain from Italy from the UK on what's the difference between the approaches? Hi, John. Well, we're hearing leaders across Europe sounding alarm. In the last 24 hours. We've seen several countries, including Italy and Germany, reporting record cases and, of course. French president Macron announcing this curfew for cities across France, including Paris. In Germany. We have a situation where Chancellor Merkel is urging state leaders to I haven't even stricter locked down in the one that they've agreed to last night. But she's AA meeting resistance from these leaders. You know, Germany is a federal system very similar to what viewers in the U. S. Would think of in terms of the federal government versus the States and the state leaders here in Germany are resisting some of these measures that Merkel is pushing for. For example, disagreeing with her on measures such as restricting travel within the country, and it really all boils down to the economics. Everyone's very concerned here on the continent about another lock down on what that could mean you know, not just for the health of people here, but for the economy as a whole. The local pushback is something we saw in Spain just a few weeks ago. We sing in the United Kingdom plan in the last 24 hours, with perhaps the exception of Sadiq Khan, who's asking for it, which is a unique situation right now for anyone in the local authority, But what I want to know Chad is whether wasting the outcome here the result. Off a poor adherence to social distancing and mask wearing just the very fact we're moving into the cold of part of the year. I think John. It's a little bit of both. What's interesting is the German health minister Yan Chiffon. He has said. What Germany needs. It's not necessarily more restrictions, but people to adhere to the restrictions that Germany has already in place and in miracles. A pew last night when she held this Very late night press conference. She basically said. People need to wear masks. They need to wear them in public where there are a lot of people and they need to adhere to the social distancing. We're going to be hearing by the way from Jens Spahn in just about an hour speaking exclusively to us here. At Bloomberg talking to our colleague, Matt Miller. And so we'll be hearing more on that from him a little bit later this afternoon. Thank you so much. Ed Thomas in Berlin and the moveable Feast of Pandemic News. On the continent of
Berlin hospital: Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's condition has improved, he can briefly leave bed
"Treating Russian opposition. Leader Alexei Navalny say his condition has improved. He's off the ventilator and able to leave his bed briefly at a hospital in Berlin, Putin has emerged or I'm sorry. Now Bonnie has emerged as Putin's Vladimir Putin's biggest opponent, and there's new information today concerning his poisoning. Joining US live W T O P. NATIONAL security correspondent J. J. Green J. J. Some new evidence has surfaced, leaving little doubt that the Russian government was behind the poisoning. Tell us exactly what this is, That's right. In publication called his Eat last week. They reported late in the week, and we've been looking into it since then, and talking with a number of sources in Europe and here as well. And there apparently, is something to it. What they said was Navalny was poisoned with a quote new variant of the chemical weapon. No, Me Chuck and that variant, they say it's something that was previously unknown to the rest of the world. It is said to be more vicious and more deadly than all known offshoots of the Nova Chuck family, which makes the decision of those pilots to land the plane that he got sick on before its scheduled arrival in Moscow. All the more important in saving his life when I does this point to Russia on Lee Global intelligence and sources have been telling us for decades that the Russian intelligence apparatus created this weapon back in the seventies and eighties. During the Cold War on Ly Russian intelligence services could have carried this out. This is what German intelligence is saying today that on ly Russian intelligence could have done this. With such a lethal and complex poison, they say, and they sight more details about this, saying this means that there's still producing it. There's still using it and it's still evolving, which is a very dangerous thing. Now. Today we understand that Vladimir Putin was put on the spot by French President Macron and asked about the situation. What did Putin have to say? Interesting. Putin did not address whether or not Russia did this or not. He was asked about Russia's involvement in this and he told my crone, we have nothing to say about it. That doesn't say we didn't do it. That doesn't mean we weren't involved. Somehow. That doesn't mean this didn't come from Russia. What he said was, we have nothing to say about it. And that is a very loud statement to the world. That is a lot more than what one might think is a denial. This is a very loud statement and folks are taking it that way. All right, J. J thanks,
Trump Denies Calling Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’
"A story in the Atlantic magazine where unnamed former administration officials say, among other things, he did not want to visit a World War cemetery on the Paris trip three years ago. Our false it was a funky, rainy day, the president said. It was a security issue due to the long dry said No, I want to go. I insist on going It would have taken us forever, the Paris police said. Please, you can't do this. But another former White House official who spoke to Fox News says the account in the Atlantic is true regarding the French trip to mark the end of World War ll. According to this former official, the president was not in a good mood. French President Macron had said something that made him mad. He questioned why he had to go to two cemeteries. Why do I have to do too? His staff explained he could cancel, but he was warned. They press are going to kill you for this. The president was mad as a hornet when they did, according to this source. Oxes Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon. Democratic
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"His remarks today. President macron. Macron. And the people of France to the first lady of the United States and members of the United States Congress. To distinguish guests veterans. And my fellow Americans. We are gathered here on freedoms alter. On these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago. Ten thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries. And for the survival of liberty. Today, we remember those who fell and we honor, all who fought right here in Normandy. They won back this ground for civilization to more than one hundred seventy. Veterans of the second World War. Who join us today? You are among the very greatest Americans who will ever live. You're the pride of our nation. The glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom.
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"President Macron came here, he assessed the the situation and he said right away that France the world will help to rebuild this symbol of Christianity. This beautiful piece of art of medieval, French gothic architecture. It, of course, comes at a time, which I think all of us have been noting during holy week here with Easter coming up in the in the next couple of days. Pell got reporting in Paris already people are stepping up to help in the reconstruction on that piper. One hundred thirteen. Million dollars is what Francois Pinault was pledging to help Parisians rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral. But it was the husband of actress, Selma Hayek, and the CEO of the current group a luxury brand which owns Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent among others. He's also president of the company that owns the fine arts auction house. Christie's that piper. CBS news. The fire that devastated for Asians and Catholics around the world hitting close to home for Tampa priest. Father Justin passcode attended mass in Notre Dame cathedral six years ago. He remembers it as a humbling experience Pasco preaches at USS Catholic student center. He says he can't imagine the eight hundred year old cathedral not in France in two days. The public will get to see the Muller report. But how much is still in question? The attorney general said he's going to release the special counsel's report on the Russia probe Thursday. But he's worn it's going to be redacted. And it's going to come with notes about why some passages are blacked out. Congressional lawmakers have already voted to authorize subpoenas for the. The entire unredacted report and Democrats are calling for Robert Muller himself to testify before congress. The president getting on Twitter Monday advance of the release once again, saying he's innocent of any collusion with Russia or of obstructing Justice, then taking it. One more step saying investigate the investigators in Washington chill NATO, Fox News. President Trump's not backing down on the idea of transporting migrants from the US Mexico border and leaving them in sanctuary cities run by Democrats it began with a threat from the president on Friday a lot of sanctuary cities. So we'll give them to the sanctuary cities. Maybe to take care of if that's the way they want to President Trump announcing he's considering a plan to send legal immigrants picked up at the border to sanctuary cities, some sanctuary cities in the United States, Boston San Francisco and Philadelphia where the mayor there called the president's plan disgraceful. But some Democrats believe there is a chance to compromise across the aisle with compromises scare. Sward in Washington. President Trump seems set on his plan David spun in Washington Senator Bernie Sanders is releasing ten years of his tax returns, the Vermont independent and democratic presidential candidate reported a total income of more than one million dollars in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen after the release of a book covering his twenty sixteen presidential run. Jurors in Pinellas county, you're deliberating the fate of John John jug after hearing closing arguments on Monday and his murder trial. Prosecutor Paul Boland asked them to remember the videotape interview with John chug at the manatee sheriff's office after his arrest for dropping his five year old daughter Phoebe from the bay area bridge in two thousand fifteen what did we learn in the video at the county. Sheriff saw.
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"Prager here. Speaking to Philip on. In France about the president Macron speech, which he who has been a critic of the president Macron thinks has been was an excellent speech. So I'm trying to understand here. If if every company has to pay one hundred zero a month. Extra in minimum wage. They will you said they will not be losing any money because. Corporate taxes have been lowered is that did I hear you correctly. Exactly. The culprit. Social taxes that they have to pay to the stage. You know, when you're paying, for example, someone had an fathom euro per month, the companies pay one thousand euros for social, you know, it's it's huge. So the the social burden will be lowered to appoint a hundred years, which will be paid by the company won't cut them anything. It's thanks. It's really attractive for that. For the employee and for the employer, right? Okay. So. Is the belief is well that that lower taxes on corporations will make them more competitive. Well. Now. No, I, you know, it's not about a real taxes on the company from you what they're paying on every salary that they're paying, you know, they're thinking Eugene. So he's gonna just lower right? I understand well, it's equivalent to attacks though. It's it's four it's a forced payment. So it's the same thing. But so who is criticizing the speech the right and the left what how were the environmentalists reacting to repealing the gasoline tax. What is there? We're not talking about this anymore. We don't care about. The environment that we're really talking. You know, we're we're dealing with riots. You know each and every week. So would environment is not an issue at the time. So we have the right to were saying, well what you're deciding. Now, what what we recommended for year and the house another thing. Oh what you're doing? Now is that we recommend to their unhappy because it's too late. But I think it's right that he he's doing now, and let are saying you should hire issue raise taxes on the rich people and Macron said that he wants to raise taxes on the rich people. So that's that's a good decision on the other side. You know, some people have to pay for it. So we'll have a larger deficit for sure. But at some point, we can expect the company will have to pay you know, way out on out there, you know, in the future. But we have yet to understand the riots in Paris are really unbearable. And he has to come to an end. It's really unbearable. It's a nice neighborhoods with people. Breaking setting fire everywhere. And which is insane is the reaction of the police. The police doesn't have the right to fire back. That's completely crazy. We have a complete. Police. He's very efficient. But they don't have the political authorization to react properly to that to that rioters, we have that we have that in Oregon and other places where the left-wing riders are allowed to just continue and nothing. Let me give you just as a funny story because we have lots of video. Last Saturday guys where rioting and looting relics watch seller. You know, so the owner of the shop took a slash bowl and start to shoot at them. And you know, what are the people coming from the suburbs? West trimming. They were thinking, oh, he doesn't have the right to shoot at as he doesn't have the right? But you know, they know that they have the right to loot, but nobody has the right to shoot at them. You know, that's insane. If you. Hey, so I let me go to another subject about your president. He gave a speech a couple of weeks ago in which he attacked nationalism. And he said nationalism, we know how much evil that leads to what we need is patriotism, and broadcast that I found that to be foolish. What is the difference between patriotism and nationalism? What are you patriotic toward if not your nation? You know, we have a saying in France, which one you're patriot. Is that you love your country when your nationality stick is that you don't you hate the other one. But it's it's you know, it's a thing. And it's. I see good. I'm glad you told me that. So so so what he said was well received by many Frenchmen. Of course, of course, definitely, you know, Jeff need you just need to insult Donald Trump or people like Donald Trump or BB Netanyahu or Victoria or binding Hungary to to be popular in France. Roy one for what he's saying is has been really really positively approved by the people, and you know, recently Trump just tweeted to Macron instead of. You said of putting the Paris agreement you should lower the taxes of people and people were really upset because the Trump doesn't have the right to interfere in our campaign. But when French people French politicians are interfering in other countries. That's okay. You know, when friendship politicians were interfering in favor of Hillary Clinton was not that a problem, of course. Exactly. A game speaking that's not a problem. You know, it's always the same. You know, we know everything we have the right to say to tell everybody. What's right? What's wrong? Nobody has a right to tell us what's right or wrong, it, that's that's French can't fight back against the rioters the same thing same mentality. Thank you Philippe, Qassam teak at you ever website. People can visit. Well, yeah, it's not very active, but they can go on my just my name Carson T dot as far as. Why does French.
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"President Macron told the French that he would not be bounced into changing policy by what he called thugs, but since then anti-government protests have intensified forcing him to cancel a planned rising fuel taxes. However, the demonstrators say it's too little too late and many are calling on him to go accusing him of only caring about the rich and not the poor as he prepares to make another address to the nation later today are Paris. Correspondent Lizzie Williamson says mR Macron faces a number of problems one is that if he tackled these protests a few weeks ago, he might have got away with simply cancelling the rise in fuel taxes. Trouble is since then the movement is a grown and with it the movement's demands and the second problem, he faces it is also a very diverse movement people have joined it bringing all kinds of grievances. So. Satisfying all of them is going to be quite difficult. And the government spokesman said he thought it might be an almost made-to-measure solution. So president Macron's speech is going to have to do quite a lot of things. And I think first and foremost is going to want to convince people that he's really listening that France is democratically elected leaders feel responsible to those who are struggling and really hear what they're trying to say. And that is probably going to mean some more financial concessions, whether that's bonuses for low paid workers or lifting some taxes. The real problem. He's got is trying to do all of that whilst not looking weak and not rolling back on the reform program. He came to power to deliver Lucy. Williamson now Vienna has another story smile desk. MP's in Somalia's parliament of filed a motion to impeach the country's president Muhammed Abdulahi for module, one MP tool the BBC, the accused the president of treason after he signed political and economic deals with Ethiopia and Eric. He's also facing accusations of having illegally extradited alleged criminals and failing to share information about deals involving Somalia's ports. Heavy snow in the south east of the United States has left hundreds of thousands of homes without power. A state of emergency has been declared in North Carolina and Virginia parts of which reported nearly half a meter of snow and a British company has developed the world's first medically certified three D printed. Artificial arm for. Cheese. The arm is controlled by muscles on the residual limb. Allowing the user to operate a three D printed hand to carry many normal tasks, many countries agree that more needs to be done to tackle the record numbers of migrants and refugees. But that's the easy bit. They disagree on how to tackle. This major issue of our times, a twenty three page document called the global compact for migration is being endorsed at a two day conference beginning today, Morocco, it will be the first ever UN global agreement setting out of common approach to migration, but a number of countries have pulled out and famously liberal tolerant nations like the Netherlands have also been skeptical of it and Hologhan in the Hague took a closer look at the agreement. People trapped in.
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"Six thirty GMT this weekend from the BBC World Service still to come as the migrant convoy continues to travel through Mexico. What hopes to people have of getting to their intended destination, plus US presidential politics from a very different era and the banned books in one of Britain's biggest libraries that's all here on weekend with me. Julia more after the latest world news. BBC news with Gareth follow. Donald Trump has said the destruction caused by the worst wildfires in the history of California hasn't changed his mind about climate change on a visit to the town of paradise. He insisted that improved forest management practices would reduce the chances of another such disaster. At least seventy six people are now known to have died. Mr. Trump says he expects a fool reports about who was responsible for the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Tuesday. He described as premature reports that the CIA had already concluded that Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, ordered the killing these rating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was due to hold talks with his finance minister later in a last ditch attempts to avoid early elections. The resignation of the defense minister Abdul Lieberman has left the coalition government with a single seat majority. President Macron affronts will address. Yes. Parliament in Berlin later as Jeremy marks its annual day of mourning for victims of war, mR Macron has been seeking Jim and support for his plans for greater European cooperation, including a common budget for years and countries more of the migrants from Central America hooping, traveling across Mexico in the hope of reaching the United States have arrived at the border city of about four thousand have now gathered that leaders of Asia Pacific countries meeting in NEW GUINEA reported to be struggling to reach an agreement on the wording of a final statement. The summit in Port Moresby has been overshadowed by the trade war between the United States and China and the most coveted prize in the Chinese language film industry has been won by a first time director who killed himself shortly after completing the movie who who died last year age twenty nine one best film in the Golden Horse awards in Taiwan. His work is titled an elephant sitting still. World news from the BBC. You're listening to the BBC.
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"And on the Michael Medved Show. The topic of nationalism. Do I think it was a political masterstroke for President Trump to use that term and say, I am a nationalist. And then to get blowback from all kinds of liberals and the president of France. And I don't think it really helps President Trump. I don't think it hurts him, particularly it doesn't concern me. Great deal. But I do think the presence right on this. There's nothing wrong with a term nationalist. I think it is great to be a nationalist. Meaning that you're somebody who was particularly proud of and loyal to the nation in which you live. And Marco Rubio makes the same point in a good column. What he says is that he quotes president Macron of France who said nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism by saying our interests. I who cares about the others. Erase what a nation holds dearest its moral values. And then Rubio writes that might sound nice. But mR Macron got it almost exactly backward. It is through the nation that moral values can be upheld and sustained in America, our ideals are deeply intertwined with our national traditions and institutions mR Macron may have intended a dig at President Trump's embrace of the word, nationalist. But instead he drew a clear contrast between his view in America's American nationalism. As opposed to the kind of detached route reality rationality that mR Macron described any man he goes on. And he says what makes America exceptional rights? Marco Rubio is that our values are built into our national identity while we have never been completely true to our founding ideas for more than two centuries each nation has fought and succeeded to move us closer to them. And that's true. And then he cites Lincoln, and it's always a pleasure to read these amazing and musical words Lincoln wrote in eighteen sixty one. Lincoln spoke of the United American spirit in his first inaugural address. He said though, passion may have strained. It must not break. Our bonds of affection, the mystic chords of memory, stretching from every battlefield and patriot grave to every living heart and hearth stone all over this broad land. Will yet swell the chorus of the union when again touched as surely they will be by the better angels of our nature. And that's what America's stood for. And the idea of people attacking the word nationalism and trying to imply that there's something racial about it. There's nothing racial about our identity as Americans. And if you look at Americans who we consider great who we honor? There are people come from everywhere. Some were brought here slaves. But does that make them somehow less American what an obnoxious idea? And what an obnoxious idea that there's something wrong with being a nationalist. Let's go to your calls and to Jeff in Federal Way, Washington. Jeff, you're on the Michael Medved Show. Yeah. Michael her presence behavior over Veterans Day weekend. I think you're beginning to see the beginning president. The beginning of what I'm sorry. You're fading out. What president? Beginning of prison at queens. Oh. I love the movie the Caine mutiny. And I love the book. Have you ever heard the book, by the way? Jeff never read the book seen a movie Humphrey Bogart is superior in that movie, and Fred macmurray is the ultimate result in that. This is what you're one of my favorite movies. The book is also outstanding the play on Broadway was outstanding the Caine mutiny and the came mutiny court. Martial was the name of the play. But look, captain, captain Queeg. Was completely out of control. And they what they meet near. Did basically was invoked the twenty fifth amendment. You don't think that President Trump really is like president Quique that he is completely out of control. Do you visit beginning what I think is going to have you keep talking about him running at twenty twenty. I don't think so I think there's gonna be a challenger because Democrats want they start investigating him and they stabbed him so bad. They're going to make him unelectable and onto palpable. And what's going to happen is Democrats Republicans especially Republicans to start sharpening their knives. They're gonna find somebody to challenge you. Okay. Again, all the problem with all of this is it's all based upon conclusions from these various investigations, and I I will agree with you. I can imagine a situation where Trump would be so badly wounded by some kind of scandal or another that he would be discouraged from running. But I think it's very. A very unlikely because the same way as salmon has a minced inked to swim upstream, though, again, I don't think what you're talking about is impossible, Jeff.
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"Tradition and the promise that makes our nation. Great today and inspires us for the future. May God bless you. God bless the great nation. If stepped forward to defend the training command only moves forward. Thank you, Major General Bruce hack it, and you know, what occurred to me as as he was talking about his Veterans Day tribute. This is what really occurred to me over the last twenty four hours we've seen that President Trump has gotten into a little bit of a spat with the French president Macron and the and the spat is really focused on the following issue. I mean, we won't get into the whole it's raining. So I can't go to the ceremony bit. But but the the spat really revolves around this idea of being a nationalist or nationalism. And certainly there are folks out there who are white nationalists. Those folks hold reprehensible views, and and I don't know any respectable person who would stand up for that. But simply stating that you want to put America first mccrone said, president Macron has said that nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism, and he tried to link the. Idea of being a nationalist as being someone who is against the ideals of democracy. And if you listened to to Major General Bruce Hackett who just gave the Veterans Day message. He was talking about the service that those who have who have both served in services and lived in those who've served in the services, and and gave the ultimate sacrifice those people were advancing whether they passed away or whether they've survived but veterans have done that to advance the ideals of the United States of America. Now to a large extent those ideals have helped the world within the last. You heard Charlie Brennan this morning, but he went through some statistics that that even in the last thirty years, our planet has gone from forty five democracies to one hundred and twenty eight democracies we've gone from two billion people living in a democracy democracies thirty years ago. To four billion people today that live in democracies the the ideals of Americanism have spread to the globe. And that's an advancement of American ideals. That's a nationalism type of view and yet the world has bent benefitted immensely. From a nationalistic views, meaning advancing American ideals, not advancing white nationalists. No one in again, a position of authority in America today is going to stand up and say, they're for white nationalist because those views are reprehensible, but simply being a nationalist, meaning advancing the views of America that benefits the planet. It has benefited France. It has benefited president Macron, and that's why it's it's it's patently ridiculous and absurd for him to mock the idea of advancing American ideals because he's benefited from that. And how has he benefited from that? Well, Europe hasn't been at war since nineteen forty five. And the reason Europe has not been at war has been the United States of America. And so the countries like France, and Germany and all of the countries of Europe, really they can spend very little on defense issues because they know if. If Russia or the Soviet Union would invade the United States would be the first to step up and protect the European homeland. And so they've indirectly and directly bent of benefited from the advancement of American ideals, meaning democracy, meaning freedom, meaning the right to vote the freedom of the press freedom of religion, all those American ideals have been advanced and championed by veterans, so one can say, well, I don't agree with what we were doing in Vietnam. I don't agree with that. But the idea being that those who were fighting in Vietnam were advancing American ideals and the same is true for those who are in Korea. And so that's why when I hear those types of quotes from France, France, president mccrone, it's really irksome to me because he has been the direct beneficiary of the advancement of American ideal. Sales and that's been primarily done by veterans veterans like you or veterans like your father or your mother veterans like your cousin or brother or sister who many of times have given the ultimate sacrifice. Given the ultimate sacrifice for the advancement of those American ideals that I've just outlined when we come back though, I wanna take a little different tack. I'm gonna play a quote from you or play a clip rather. From his short interview, I did with my father-in-law who served in Korea because I want you to hear from someone who was there, and his voice isn't as strong as it used to be and his words vocabulary isn't as verbose as it once was, but you can still hear in his voice that he's proud of the service that he did for the United States of America in the nineteen fifties. So you'll hear from from a member of the air force Aimal Kuba when I interviewed him at his kitchen table over the weekend here on camel wax on Veterans Day. And if you'd like to comment, or if you'd like to share some of your own veteran stories phone lines are open this hour at three one four four three six seven nine hundred on overnight America cameo X. We'll be right back. Depend.
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"WMA. Oh, washington. Please here. Six thirty AM. The number. Kusak. The charred remains of fourteen more people have been found in and around the northern California town overrun by flames from the massive campfire that brings the death toll from that wildfire to at least twenty three with more than one hundred people still missing it's southern California. The Wolsey fire two people have died unknown. Number of homes have been destroyed. LA county fire chief dare laws be says this fire is massive information. This has been a very. Emotional incident for our organization. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Meteorologist Ivan Cabrera says after getting a reprieve from the fierce winds on Saturday. They will return today making firefighting all the more difficult with these Santa Anna winds today and has a come down through the canyons they funnel that win. They warm and we're looking at fifty to seventy mile an hour winds potentially. Here's the conditions are certainly not going to be good heading into the next few days. We're leaders have come together in France where they will Mark one hundred years since the end of World War, One correspondent, Jim bittermann is in Paris with a preview on what French president Macron will focus on during his address the stressful beyond multi-lateralism because that's very much something that the president Macron believes can solve a lot of the world problem with the climate change fee, for example. Other things that the world can get together on and in fact, agreed to to address together and use the force of a multiple nations to solve the problems of the world.
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"We have heard that might be slightly newsworthy dom are the ones regarding to steel and aluminum tariffs the president's desire to rework either nafta or independent trade agreements separate trade agreements with canada and mexico and of course the concerns by president macron of france about the european union also be include being included in those steel tariffs european union while it is not necessarily part of the chiefs have nations the european union sends a representative to these meetings nowadays well also and i'll say you know wanna draw you into commentary on it but i wanted to ask you about the nuts and bolts of it i'm not a fan of here we go again let's have the russians start to now inch back into the meeting listeners know bob that russia was suspended in two thousand fourteen closet next is a pleasant wording invaded crimea from ukraine threatened ukraine threatened a lot of different places and was on the march syria and the like and this is the penalty as far as i understand it italy though and i know there's been a new government a lot of rockets in italy is the one nation that seemed to be in favor of president trump proposing that the russians be brought back in some way i you know the president to goes on about the russia investigation of course all the time and how there was no collusion things like that for him to just kind of almost out of the blue bring up the need to get russia back into the g seven create another g eight which they were before for a while at least i you know a lot of people are wondering is this just an attempt to deflect from the issues about the trade and and the other things that were going to be an and the strain that was going to be you know sort of apparent in the relations here with the leaders and mr trump it's really hard to say but the president said he was he felt it was necessary to have russia at the table then why don't you have of china at the table because china's economy is the second largest in the in the world after the united states and the much bigger much bigger economy than russia but you know the.
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"Why the get them while they're young story i mean show cops takes black children's lives more often than white children's lives we got president trump withdrawing from the iran nuclear deal it is isolated him throughout the world in fact the president of france president macron tweeted that france germany and the uk regret the us decision to leave the jcp l a the nuclear nonproliferation regime is at stake what else should we we we talked about we got we got trump's lawyers you know got five hundred thousand dollars from firm ties to russia to this russian mogul trump's lawyer got five hundred thousand dollars from a firm tied to a russian mogul and the three american hostages that were held in north korea had been freed and i'm happy that they are released but i wondering just how did you pull this off donald trump because diplomats for decades have not been able to bend north korea's will to that of the west you haven't been able to thug them into doing anything you know a you got them released and they stopped all testing of their missiles i'm happy about all that but i am interested in ministration we have to look at it with a with a fine too you know because we know that they're doing nothing to ban the condition of african american community we know that and that's nationwide so you know i i'm not surprised but i heard you mentioned earlier that you know there are some fine also they put their lives on the line and you know what i agree that and more one app but what happens is that when you have a few and they're not willing to stand up for the few that are rotten apples to get rid of that rotten apples then it makes a whole bunch of a bag that is what i'm saying you know and so i just think and i hope and i know that a lot of enforcement officers listen to this station all over you guys all over and i'm glad i i would hope that you offers out there understand that one bad apple was one two minutes and and and it's not by accident that more blacks are getting smarter down then why it's just like here in chicago you go to the cook county jail if a percent african american that's that's not by a an accident that's by design.
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"An eyebrow raising comment by french president emmanuel macron was considered charming at least according to australia's prime minister macron described prime minister malcolm turnbull wife of thirty eight years lucy as delicious during a news conference in sydney this week but turn both says neither he nor she took issue with it she's asked me to say that she found the president's compliment as charming as it was memorable it was a great visit president macron sham destroy he certainly charmed all of us all the turnbull some observers felt macron may have been joking because the comment was made just before lunch and he in turn will had made previous comments about food others felt macron may simply have slipped in his use of english since the french word for delicious deli sue also translates as delightful president trump is admitting he knew about hush money paid by his lawyer to porn stars stormy daniels does ap washington correspondent saga megani reports the president says he paid them back through a monthly retainer the president tweets the money he repaid michael cohen had nothing to do with the campaign he says colin received a monthly retainer from which he entered into a private contract between two parties known as a non disclosure agreement the president says that agreement was used to stop what he calls daniels is false and extortionist accusations that she'd had an affair with trump the president said last month he knew nothing about one hundred thirty thousand dollars being paid to daniels days before the election but his new lawyer rudy giuliani told fox news.
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"Live on the active volcanic island of owned by to leave for good the pacific nation of vanuatu's preparing to permanently evacuate everybody on the island now the people who have stayed on owned by island have mixed feelings about the plans some say they're eager to leave while others don't want to lose their land and culture the island was temporarily evacuated last september when the eruption cycle began this time authorities say the evacuation is permanent government spokesman hillary buell told the associated press thursday that he expects the council of ministers to approve a relocation plan by next week bill said the islanders will be offered homes on to neighboring islands an eyebrow raising comment by french president emmanuel macron was considered charming at least according to australia's prime minister mccrone described prime minister malcolm turnbull wife of thirty eight years lucy as delicious during a news conference in sydney this week but turnbull says neither he nor she took issue with it she's asked me to say that she found the president's compliment as charming as it was memorable it was a great visit president macron sham destroyer he certainly charmed all of the turnbull some observers felt macron may have been joking because the comment was made just before lunch and he in turn had made previous comments about food others felt macron may simply have slipped in his use of english since the french word for delicious deli sue also translates as delightful stolen life of the.
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"To burrow nearly sixteen feet into the martian soil it will take the planet's temperature and also it's pulse through a quake measuring seismometers this is a joint mission involving us and european space agency's the insight is set to launch early saturday i'm jacky quin the mtv movie and tv awards nominees are out on the top nam should come as no surprise going to be don't freeze i never race that's right black panther will get its first shot at some award show love with seven nominations including for stars chadwick bozeman latisha right and will be jordan next up netflix series stranger things which got six nominations including for best show black panther will have to compete with some of its superhero friends like avengers infinity war and wonder woman along with the likes of girl trip and hit the top show nominees include thirteen reasons why game of thrones grown ish and riverdale but the second year in a row actors will compete in genderless categories the show maintains its light touch however with awards presented for most frightening performance best fight and best kiss to name a few tiffany haddish will host the show which happens june eighteenth in santa monica california an eyebrow raising comment by french president emmanuel macron was considered charming at least according to australia's prime minister mccrone described prime minister malcolm turnbull wife of thirty eight years lucy as delicious during a news conference in sydney this week but turnbull says neither he nor she took issue with it she's asked me to cy that she found the president's compliment as charming as it was memorable it was a great visit president macron sham destroyer he certainly charmed all of astle the turnbull some observers felt macron may have been joking because the comment was made just before lunch and he in turn bullhead made previous comments about food others felt macron may simply have slipped in his use of english since the french word for delicious delicious you also translates as delightful stolen life of the party's melissa mccarthy racist dance number twenty two minutes jenner you made a deal one hundred and fifty million and my cut is what today at three on nbc.
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"Joining us on the phone from berlin germany is rick noack he is ford affairs correspondent for the washington post and you have a piece of eligible tonight at washington post dot com on why europe wants to keep the iran nuclear deal in place can you explain your president trump to keep that alive for some time now president macron made clear why isn't any be something you'll hear a lot of european capital days in berlin london and paris that there isn't any other choice people here say that iran is complying with the conditions laid out by that deal and that it may be possible to work on improving that deal but crapping leaving it would send the wrong signal which leads to this question that you posed in your column european governments would still face an awkward decision would they side with a regime they frequently accused of human rights violations or with the united states how do you answer that would put europe in a very very awkward position indeed on german chancellor angela merkel's made that quite clear in combat with early prime minister earlier to scare thing you want us to to be on the side of russia china and ron because would come down to after all china russia iran united states enters three years are parties to the deal and they all would probably stick to that agreement with the united states we're talking with rick noack he is foreign affairs reporter for the washington post.
"president macron" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So as soon as we know more hopefully someone will bring those details to us in the meantime was nice to hear the bromance going on between president trump and president macron we have president macron yesterday saying people white people great game somebody i know very well could say that's the whole story and making great again the recovering gold wrestles having more unity for the country and being fair with with the people i have to take responsibilities and i have to decide to endorse to remain everyday both listed and committed great results is that great results i guess you know love that french accent right and i love a guy who's you know a cougar got a cougar wife she's like what twenty years older than him god i kind of like the french are they they are the best anyway it's gonna be very very interesting to see how this bromance goes on tomorrow they'll be the first state dinner hosted by the president and melania trump which is interesting how this although i checked back and apparently the obamas did not have a state dinner in their first year either apparently it takes a while to just get your your sea legs and there's so much that needs to be done on a daily basis that many of these meetings like the one with ave and benjamin netanyahu do not become full out state affairs although this macron will be addressing not just the president but my understanding is he will be addressing congress as well it's very rare what's going on right now which is the mike pompeo looks like he will not pass the committee but that he will ultimately pass the full senate i can't even remember the last time that happened but i'm sure those districts will be coming up and we'll get those to you as well it's just the who got a lot of breaking news going on right now and not you know a lot not a lot of resources so just hang in there and we'll try to keep you updated as we get information we will give it to you.
"president macron" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"This time invited by president macron to mark bastille day and the one hundredth anniversary of the us entry into world war one it's unnecessity to work together to exchange information the two leaders pledged cooperation in today's fight against terrorism we also renew or resolve to stand united against these enemies of unanimity mr trump received a stately welcome with one hug and pat on the back after another it's the fourth time the two men have met a relationship that began with this tense handshake in brussels in may a striking tableau of two new president's who've swept onto the world stage this year in very different ways trump seventy one and macron thirty nine separated by a generation and much much more president trump's decision to withdraw from the global paris climate agreement hung over the meeting but but crown still pressed him on the issue in their closeddoor meeting at elysee palace are occasional disagreements are nothing compared to the immortal bonds of culture destiny and liberty that unite us the parisian pageantry was striking considering how often mr trump used the city of light as a punchline during his campaign if you look at what's happening in france it's no longer france friends of mine that used to love to go to paris they say we're not going to paris said he works no longer paris and since taking office i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh not paris yet he sung a far different tune today after the warm welcome flattering paris and the new french president he wants rooted against i really have the feeling that you're gonna have a very very peaceful and beautiful paris.
"president macron" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Past history because in uh the politics boils down to the cricket grounds and at one time bucks them was quite strong and they were beating india used to be like big morning i still remember when i was in the diversity in school and pakistan used to beat india regularly in international events people lose to mourn why we can't beat parkistan but now in the last few years the tables were turnaround india bid them in 2011 cricket world cup and then in 2020 world cup and then at the moment when everyone todman india was like gaining superiority over pakistan in cricket this comes this tournament and and pakistan played brilliantly today so we can expect he four era in pakistan and devastation in india today it's the weekend in over millions of people are watching cricket and i was like chatting with my friends on even on what's up everyone said all it's a jewish to another hockey tournament when india beat pakistan virus in pakistan i was monitoring the pakistani media it's a major major celebration is the month of ramadan and people are breaking their faster and sitting with relatives eating food too big thing for pox on because pakistan doesn't play many of the sport they're not very good in many other sporting events a cricket dislike really really important to credit to pakistan in oh no international team is going to pakistan from two thousand eight nine because of the attack against the sri lankan team in lahore and after that because of the security situation many tournaments were cancelled so they play in uae so they don't have a proper structure so it is a big boost for bucks sunny cricket in terms of it can rejoin it the whole nation in it can leg give more strengthen energy more enthusiasm for the country this victory means a lot for buxton ambrous energy rajin.