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Iran’s Foreign Minister, in Leaked Tape, Says Revolutionary Guards Set Policies
"Foreign minister, Javad Zarif, has been recorded, saying the country's foreign policy is too subservient to the needs of the revolutionary Guards. In a tape obtained by the BBC, Mr Zarif says that the late commander General Qasem Solomon, E, in effect brought Iran into the Syrian war to help Russia. Kazran Naji reports. The tape contains some incredible revelations from a normally very guarded foreign minister in it. Mrs. Arif maintains that diplomacy and Iran's foreign policy have always been subservient to the needs of Iran's military interventions abroad. Dimensions, General Qasem Soleimani, he says the general often went to see him with requirements, he says. General Soleimani, in effect took Iran into the war in Syria because Russia's president Putin wanted Iran to compliment Russia's air force by becoming its force on the ground.
U.S. keeping aircraft carrier in Persian Gulf, after all
"S s aircraft carrier Nimitz to stay in the Mideast amid threats from Iran. In announcing the abrupt reversal to keep the carrier in the Middle East, Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller cited recent Iranian threats against President Trump. U S officials pointed to threatening. Comments from top Iranian officials made is depending on initially announced that the Nimitz was headed home. The threats to gun added significance on the one year anniversary of the death of top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani by U. S airstrike. Regardless, US officials described the decision to keep the Nimitz in the region as surprising and very sudden, We Martinez ABC NEWS
Iran general warns US: Military ready to respond to pressure
"In Iran that even today vowed to avenge the death of the country's top military general Qasem Soleimani, was taken out by U. S airstrikes almost one year ago. Kiran tells the UN's nuclear watchdog. It intends to enrich uranium up to 20% purity. Ah, level it reached before the 2015 nuclear deal, which was scrapped by the Trump
Iran vows 'hit' on all involved in US killing of top general
"Becoming the hardest hit country. Threatening revenge for a U. S remote controlled killing. ABC is Lama Hassan, the head of Iran's Revolutionary Guard is threatening to target anyone who had a role in the killing of top General Qasem Soleimani, the chief saying. Quote Our Revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious. Serious and riel. Soleimani was killed in a U. S drone strike in
Iran vows ‘harsh’ response to killing of general; U.S. sends more troops to region
"Warning from Iran to the U. S. The chief of the country's Revolutionary Guard is threatening everyone who played a part in the death of a topper running in general, the guards website saying, quote Mr Trump. Our revenge for martyrdom of our great general is serious and riel. General Qasem Soleimani was killed in a U. S. Drone strike in Iraq back in January. America's listening to Fox News
Iraqi forces arrest men suspected of attacks targeting US
"Iraqi commanders have raided the headquarters of a powerful Iranian backed militia that the United States planes for a string of rocket attacks against its bases and interests in the country at least twelve members of the group could type has been law what arrested in the overnight rate in southern Baghdad Jessica McAllen reports Iran holds a powerful sway over Iraqi politics and is implacably opposed to the U. S. presence in Iraq tensions between the two countries if we completely played out on Iraqi soil the most high profile example of this with the American assassination of the Iranian general Qasem Soleimani in Iraq earlier this year Washington has been pressuring Baghdad to take tougher actions against Qatar Pensacola on Thursday's raid by elite Iraqi commandos is evidence that authorities are willing to
Defense secretary seems to contradict Trump on embassy threat
"The White House is still scrambling to explain why it launched the attack act that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani on face the nation a top trump administration official was asked about the timing of that drone attack defense secretary mark asper a knowledge Sunday that he saw no specific threat against for U. S. embassies by Qassem Soleimani contradicting president trump to earlier claim that's why he authorised to strike that killed the Iranian general but as for instance did the lack of hard evidence did not mean the president's assumption was wrong what I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was a run to go after our embassies espers explanation Mears how other top administration officials have tried to explain how a threat can be both feminine and vague at the same time CBS news White House correspondent we
Iranian military acknowledges it shot down Ukrainian Boeing 737 jet by mistake
"Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake and if your Radharani Iran's revolutionary guard on Saturday the knowledge that it accidentally shot down the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed earlier this week killing hundred seventy six people on board after the government had repeatedly denied western accusations about evidence that it was responsible the plane was shot down early Wednesday hours after Ron launched a ballistic missile attack on two military bases housing U. S. troops in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of Iraqi general because some solar many Somali by the way they should also say general and terrorist Qasem Soleimani and in an American airstrike in Baghdad no one was hurt in the attack on the U. S. basis the admission raises a host of new questions such as what Iran why Iran did not shut down its International Airport airspace what was bracing for U. S. reprisal it also undermine the credibility of information provided by senior officials who for three days had adamantly dismissed allegations of missile of a missile strike as western propaganda Roger knowledge but also alters the narrative around its confrontation of U. S. in a way that could anger the Iranian people Iran had promised harsh revenge for soul monies death but instead of killing American soldiers its forces downed a civilian plane in which most passengers were Ronnie and and none survived general Amir Ali house the day I don't know the head of the guards aerospace division said he should accept full responsibility for the shoot down an address broadcast by CTV he said that when he learned about the downing of the plane I wished I was dead that's good which I wish you were dead too I he said he he raised the possibility to his superiors that its forces shot down the plane as early as Wednesday morning because the simultaneous occurrence of the launch of the crash was suspicious whatever the guy's name is said guard forces ringing the capital had beefed up their air defenses and were at the highest level of readiness fearing that the US would retaliate he said he suggested to Roger close its airspace but no action was taken he said the airlines pilot crew had done nothing wrong but officer made the bad decision opened fire on the plane after mistaking it for a cruise missile they mistake they mistake the plane a passenger jet with almost two hundred people wanted for a missile this is how bad their defense systems are in Iran come on do well man Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei you a real piece of garbage expressed his deep sympathy to the families of the victims are called on the armed forces to pursue probable shortcomings and guilt in the painful incident Ukraine's president does Lipsky said the crash investigation should continue and the perpetrator should be brought to justice he said a Roger compensate victims' families any request an official apology through diplomatic channels pretty near line not criticized Iran's decision leave their space open despite the hostilities so what really happened is Iran screwed up what really happened is Iran backed an attack of the US embassy in Iraq right Seoul money was behind the attack it was planning more as he sat in Baghdad Iraq not in his own country or run an American contractor was killed others were maimed and injured so we retaliated by taking out solo money and his sidekick dead Iran decided we're going to retaliate as well but it's just going to sort of be kicking dirt of the American shoes they could have probably killed Americans they wanted to they didn't wisely because you kill one American you see what happens we take out who you call a top general who we call a disgusting terrorist so they retaliate for no reason because they started it ed van they mistake a commercial jetliner for a missile come on man what are you talking about here and to the left of course this country including members of Congress have been blaming president Donald Trump for the Ukrainian airliner being shot down yes members of Congress have out now called the president out as as the person responsible for Iran now with meeting that shut down the jetliner little while ago I I posted over on Twitter which is a sure simple question with the far left lose now who are blaming president Donald Trump will be no apologize for being so wrong as Iran admits that they did it one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero are you one of those who blame the president for a rod shooting got a commercial jetliner are you one of those who thinks he somehow has increased the hostility between us and Iran that is that is not the case are you one who believe that are you one who walks around believing that he for some reason is starting World War three although he's never been a war hawk he's a he was not a supporter of the Iraq war he's a guy who is restrained in his response to Iraq should be going over drones instead of killing hundreds of Iranians he backed off and said you know what let's not worth killing a bunch of people let's take out one of one of their drones are you someone who actually sat back and believed to that his response was out of control and somehow incompetent or you like be a do you say to yourself you know pretty measured what he's doing could be a whole lot worse but it's pretty measured you're taking out a terrorist that we've been looking for and we've got opportunities before just to do it take him out was smart they should around we know where you are no matter where you are and we can retaliate we can respond no matter where you are that can happen and in fact we just did so the money was not some had a state he was not as Bernie Sanders says some for dignitary he's not as the left says somebody who going after him provokes war because he was a let some for a member of the parliament he was the chief terrorism strategist for Iran the terrorism that is perpetrating with the money that Obama gave them and our president taking him out was the right thing to do because Ronnie shaking in his boots right now so much so that it sent a bunch of missiles over the didn't do anything and then shot down a commercial jetliner they're so out of sorts so whoever was that shot down the jetliner it's their fault his fault shortly Iran's fault for doing it no fault of the president but I really want to know if if some of you have been to convince route trump derangement syndrome and indoctrination this president somehow went from anti war guy to let's go start wars around the world there have been some this week who suggested to me he's doing it as a diversion because this will help him get reelected he's gonna get reelected anyway dummy look who's running on the
Trump says Iran general targeted four embassies in planned attack
"President trump and his top officials are offering a string of fresh explanations for this week's US military action in the Middle East trump says Iranian general Qasem Soleimani and others were planning major attacks on for US embassies but trump and secretary of state Mike Pompeii continued to ripoff questions about what they mean when they say those attacks were
Trump's evolving account of Soleimani's 'imminent threat'
"Turns out for American embassies were targeted this is the eight thirty report on Matt Rees breaking now president trump is telling fox news that Iranians were planning to attack for American embassies before the U. S. killed a rants top general Qasem Soleimani secretary Pompeii told reporters here at the White House that the president was correct there was a specific information about an imminent threat and that quote those threats included attacks on US embassies full stop he said that information was shared with Congress but several senators who were briefed on this say that neither Pompeii nor any other member of the president's national security team said anything about embassies
President Trump rallies supporters in Ohio
"News president trump defending the US air strike that killed a top Iranian general last week at a rally in Toledo Ohio last night the president said Qasem Soleimani was the architect behind attacks that killed and wounded thousands of U. S. service members and was actively planning to target American embassies protesters demanding U. S. avoid getting into an all out war with Iran into were purchased broke breaking out across the country yesterday with one group gathering in New York City anti war movement that condemns this without glorifying the Iranian state we use this as an opportunity to learn about one another and to build something more positive these protests springing up due to the recent conflict with
"qasem soleimani" Discussed on WTVN
"All right let's listen to the president briefly go right ahead Qasem Soleimani and ended his rampage through not only that part of the world but much bigger parts of the world he was all over he was a bad guy he was a blood thirsty terra and he's no longer a terrorist he's dead see the red Chevy express outrage over the germination this and you know instead they should be outraged by Solomon is savage crimes and the fact that is countless victims were denied yes is for so long yeah he was the king of the road side bomb you know the road side bomb and then they got bigger and he'd send them over to Afghanistan Iraq and when you see our friends and our great wounded warriors and a great warriors when you see them without their lakes without an arm and was so much damage it's most likely that he caused that damage because that's what he like TI love to planting the roadside bomb so now he's got and that's Anders raising has condemned the US military struggling Solomonic the world's top terrorists they give it a whirl soft errors and we're having people like Nancy Pelosi has a real you believe that one Nancy residents and what is the guy butchered civilians all over her and military whoever was in his way and we have thirty and Nancy Pelosi we have a ball the role trying to say how dare you take him out that way you should get permission from Congress you should come in and tell us what you want to do you should come in and so that we can call up the fake news that's back there and we can that's a lot of direction back there for so they want me so you know these are split second decisions have to make a decision so they don't want me to make that decision they want me to call up maybe go over there let me go over the Congress will come on over to the White House is talk about when did you make it well I will be able to make it today Sir how about the listed a couple of things all sure come on over now we got a cool we heard where he was we knew the way he was getting there and we had to make a decision we didn't have time to call up and see who is not operating with a full deck no they won't can you imagine Colin Adam Schiff visual yeah Seiji how you doing listen we have the world's number one terrorist killed thousands and thousands of people would like to set up a meeting so we can discuss his execution what would you be willing to make well I will be able to make it this way well you know he's traveling fast we get out of line you little pencil necked he is the symbol is that this is no we got a blind we got to take this guy out we're not going to have another shot at a baby ever again but what I can make it now because of trying to impeach from right even though we did nothing wrong by the way did you said did nothing wrong they don't even know what the hell is going thank you so weak she doesn't want to put in the articles are so weak there's so that a this soap is that in so they will all of them no Jeff is a big leaguer you know he likes to crazy see an issue with the little red light on not too many people watching CNN what is so we'll say the an hour on the record I got to hurry up because everyone's watching me the whole way of myself off the record they've got the number one turns to the world Solomon me and they're gonna get in they're gonna take a in the next ten minutes please don't tell anybody I told you but the so we have we have breaking news president trump within the next twenty twenty five minutes looks to be taking a terrorist general Charlamagne he's going to do what should be happening about the next twenty minutes nineteen eighteen seventy we get back to the battlefield how did no Sir he disappeared I don't know what I they want they want us to tell them so that they can really get to their friends in the corrupt media you can say though that's a lot of media right that's the way the Academy Awards used to look what it was successful then they started hitting us all the time and it became on successful I love it I love action they have some really bad ones some real sick ones then one good one by the way one but Sir Ben's the very dishonest people and we have some great would still we have a we have some great journalists gray reporters but you've got a tremendous number of dishonest media people like I have never seen in my life before they write things that they know are wrong they write if you watch for the last three years think of it and then they get Pulitzer prizes but it turned out to be all wrong how do you do they get Pulitzer prizes the Pulitzer Prize does it mean this is why they hate him because of the chest exposed I mean I'm going to tell you about the Nobel Peace Prize I'll tell you about that I made a deal has saved a country and I just heard that the head of that country is now getting the Nobel Peace Prize for saving the country I said what did I have something to do with it yeah but you know that's the way it is as long as we know that's all that matters okay I say the big warm saved a couple of but under my administration we will never make excuses for America's enemies we will never hesitate in defending American lines and we will never stop working to defeat radical Islamic terrorism nobody's done it like we've done and is only as we it's not me and so we had the whole movement there is by the way never been a moment like this you know outside I don't know what this place so we will we will return here in there the president's rally in Ohio it's historic the things he's saying the way he's conducted himself the media want you to think it's clownish amateurish it's on presidential to rash it's none of those things this one of the most consequential presidents in modern American history.
House nears vote on restraining Trump’s actions against Iran
"The aim is to criticize the US killing of Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani North Carolina Republican mark meadows says it amounts to apologizing to around for an action that was justified all this does is in boulder and our enemies to suggest that the American people are divided but I'm here to tell you that we are not divide Connecticut Democrat Rosa DeLauro says facts are being obscured the administration would not could not provide any specifics about what constituted an imminent threat they couldn't tell us what the targets were president trump did not consult with congressional leaders ahead of the attack and Donahue Washington
Trump says Iran was 'looking to blow up our embassy'
"Chief Democrats still not convinced that the killing of Iran's top general was the right move the president again strongly defending his decision to target General Qasem Soleimani in a drone strike we call it a total monster we took him out and that should happen a long time ago we did it because they were looking to blow up our embassy president trump speaking at a White House press
"qasem soleimani" Discussed on KTRH
"Listen as I tell you how me magic averted World War three so as we were all reeling from the reported deaths of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei sparked fears of war after he promised harsh vengeance many of those tweeting about the air strike use means to bring light to the situation they were joking about fears that he could spark World War three so what happened the phrase World War three trended on Twitter Dow searches for World War three also spiked on Google within hours the airstrike in Iraq overnight no Google trends recorded that Iran was the second most search term in the United States with more than half a million searches for the topic so much of the comments online mocked hysteria surrounding an idea of a World War there were and still are real fears of Ripper questions following so money's death and it still is being treated and doubled on the internet as we speak in fact I a total of Khamenei actually took to Twitter and said that the criminals responsible had so many and other martyrs blood on their evil hands he added god willing his work and his path will not be stopped now here's the funny part now trying to picture this year but okay I can't picture a mola on the toilet with his cell phone tweeting death to America or the the the vengeance shall be ours and it just doesn't seem right okay it just doesn't make sense but he what he would be sitting on the toilet but he was actually with cell phone in hand the Ayatollah cell phone in hand typing criminals response so it sort of any other partners but don't you what their hands god willing I don't bother and it is like it was like doing that feverishly with his thumbs but here we are like anything else here we have a tweeting Ayatollah we have tweeting pope at one time we were tweeting president tweeting I'll tell World War three of course is not a promise yeah let me but I told you before World War three is only declared by historians but just hash tag W. W. three was a perfect container for a lot of content but got out on the internet and in that role a lot of these memes we're creating that energy that I talk about the the medium magic that that basically fulfill the internet's ability to fashion analysts branches of content about anything okay you get into that eat it is giving example okay let's say on Instagram someone after they heard about what happened someone on Instagram claims they got a draft notice and then he tells people one video that he's about to legally burned his draft notice okay so the person holds up what looks like an official notice from U. S. government he adds the little bit of drama to it by adding this song I'm the bad guy a unit any basically your belly I wish a song on the twelve K. being the the bad guy so you've got that behind him so what happens it immediately alerts music sites really I wish bad guys on this YouTube faking it goes on you tube and then it winds up being met a contact for bugs buzzfeed because the buzzfeed then go to others then it winds up on Facebook and then it goes viral and then a whole slew of people are buzzing about how they are worried that they'll be drafted and urge everyone to burn their draft notices when they get them but that's a World War three means but guess what there's no draft but millions of young men and women are already making plans to flee to Canada yeah that sounds far fetched right okay well here's the deal after the attacks in the Middle East the United States Army issued a warning that a wave of fraudulent text messages were falsely telling Americans have been drafted into the military I'm serious the fate Texas instructed the recipient to report to the nearest army recruiting branch for immediate departure to where Ryan and warned about multiple attempts to contact recipients it least one case the tech stated quote you'll be fined and sent to jail for minimum six years if no reply end quote screen shots of the text provided by the U. S. army recruiting command showed spelling graphical errors of course but indicated there were not official correspondence some of the big tex use real names of army recruiting commanders while others use fictitious names lending a false appearance of authenticity it's unclear how many of these fake recruiting tex bay had been sent an army security officials are still investigating the sodas the source of who was responsible to so far so far is there been no reports of American showing up to recruiting branch's role as a result of of these tax however however last night the selective service website crashed it went down okay why they got overwhelmed with heightened searches which of course the agency a tribute to the spread of this was information about about the draft US military conscription was suspended in nineteen seventies of course we don't draft anymore I mean if we had to resume the draft Congress would have to enact legislation to do it into the selective service system they would manage the draft in an emergency if if there was one that was enacted by Congress but if the texter coming from spook phone number then of course the sender is impersonating somebody in the military or somebody else for that matter the text may violate the truth caller ID act last week though this is kind of ironic or points a dental president trump signed into law the Pologne Foon traced back now government regulators can go after robo textures and seek fines for up to ten thousand dollars per violation it could also go after people who fake or spoof calls the law was passed in order to stop spam calls robo calls and texts that are spoofs they even the laws are being passed to cut down on those who wish to exploit fears over war through bogus text that doesn't stop the mocking teasing about those who fear that war will escalate to the point of World War World War now World War three is gone from a hash tag two a symbol overnight in social media circles it is notable that young people our mustering that old emblem World War whatever to express their unconscious fears about the present and in doing this they are reviving a received notion of World War one mostly expended by the generations that preceded them so you know if they've heard grandma grandpa talking about Cold War of the her great grandma grandpa talk about you know Corey or even World War two and even though the draft notices were hoaxes they were very powerful hoaxes okay any were a trick of the meme magicians to raise awareness in the young about their mortality and what may be at stake if we were ever in a world conflict so course this this somehow give a wake up call to a lot of young people lot of young men receive these notices three for about thirty years now World War three is been this anxious fantasy this anxious idea of his in game and during the Cold War the idea of World War three actually became shorthand for a very specific kind of doom global thermonuclear war nuclear destruction mad mutually assured destruction so after the blast comes the fallout duck and cover and so we have all that smoke nuclear winter and then of course all the crops dying we die as well some of us had radiation sickness fallout shelters the the triangles all that stuff and and those who live envy the dead you member of the stores with her kids all of us older people all those old people they call so yeah we are Cold War survivors and we had all that fear and here's the thing the Cold War and the fear duck and cover in our mortal bodies sustaining the radiation all this stuff this is been a powerful medium that is being shared by older generations without the internet to keep it alive and so the younger generations are now getting a taste of Cold War paranoia through social media me magic the idea of with the fantasy of youth or whatever you wanna call the World War three help hide the reality of what war had become basically a tangled mess of state crap profiteering ample and politicking and it was a threat of scorched earth policy in which at mutually assured destruction is allegedly fueled the need to make more weapons such as the weapons we talked about the Middle rat weapons the drones the missiles that all this stuff all the things we spoke about the last show so in the face operation chaos in the Middle East is it any wonder but young people might see the relatively conventional active killing around Iranian military commander is a refuge for political clarity why is it but when this happened there was so much confusion why is it just by some miraculous stroke of whatever Donald Trump speaks this morning and he says we have de escalated the program help you remember two shows ago we discussed this we should be this is gonna go nowhere it's probably gonna be a lot of saber rattling I told that this is all saber rattling now none of this is going to go any further it's going to fizzle out Jack commented that you know here's a situation where trump is boxed in I said it's not trumps character do this what we saw this morning was what trump really does think about it trump is eight negotiator he's a guy that works the crowd and even works these leaders any tells them this is how it is if the generals in the neo cons of wanted lot bombs every time you turn around course you know is that trump has to do something you have to say something else to be presidential and no one is saying okay he's just a major puppet for the deep state he's not sometimes we given the opportunity president trump does good we need to start thinking about that for a moment okay matter bad or buffoon or Clowney or whatever you think of Donald Trump if you give them the opportunity to give that man the opportunity.
"qasem soleimani" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Listen as I tell you how many magic averted World War three so as we were all reeling from the reported death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei sparked fears of war after he promised harsh vengeance many of those tweeting about the air strike use means to bring light to the situation they were joking about fears that he could spark World War three so what happened the phrase World War three trended on Twitter now searches for World War three also spiked on Google within hours the airstrike in Iraq overnight no Google trends recorded that Iran was the second most search term in the United States with more than half a million searches for the topic so much of the comments online mocked hysteria surrounding an idea of a World War there were and still are real fears over precautions following so money's death and it still is being tweeted angled on the internet as we speak in fact I a total of Khamenei actually took to Twitter and said that the criminals responsible have so many and other martyrs blood on their evil hands he added god willing his work and his path will not be stopped now here's the funny part now trying to picture this year but okay I can't picture a mola on the toilet with his cell phone tweeting death to America or the the the vengeance shall be ours and it just doesn't seem right okay it just doesn't make sense what he what he would be sitting on the toilet he was actually with cell phone in hand the Ayatollah cell phone in hand typing criminals response so it sort of any other partners but don't you out their hands god willing I don't bother and he's like he was like doing that feverishly with his thumbs but here we are like anything else here we have a tweeting Ayatollah we have tweeting pope at one time we were tweeting president tweeting a toll World War three of course is not a promise yeah let me but I told you before World War three is only declared by historians but just hash tag W. W. three was a perfect container for a lot of content that got out on the internet and in that role a lot of these means we're creating that energy but I talk about the the medium magic that that basically fulfill the internet's ability to fashion analysts branches of content about anything okay you get into that ET it really does mean example okay let's say on Instagram someone after they heard about what happened someone on Instagram claims they got a draft notice and then he tells people one video that he's about to legally burned his draft notice okay so the person holds up what looks like an official notice from U. S. coverage he adds the little bit of drama to it by adding this song on the bad guy a unit any you basically get a really I wish a song on the two of you had been any of the bad guy so you've got that behind him so what happens it immediately alerts music sites really I wish bad guys on this YouTube faking it goes on you tube and then it winds up being met a contact for bugs buzzfeed because the buzzfeed and go to others then it winds up on Facebook and then it goes viral and then a whole slew of people are buzzing about how they are worried they'll be drafted and urge everyone to burn their draft notices when they get them but that's a World War three me but guess what there's no draft but millions of young men and women are already making plans to flee to Canada yeah that sounds far fetched right okay well here's the deal after the attacks in the Middle East the United States Army issued a warning that a wave of fraudulent text messages were falsely telling Americans have been drafted into the military I'm serious the fate tax instructed the recipient to report to the nearest army recruiting branch for immediate departure to where Ryan and warned about multiple attempts to contact recipients it least one case the tech stated quote you'll be fined and sent to jail for minimum six years if no reply end quote screen shots of the text provided by the U. S. army recruiting command showed spelling and grammatical errors of course but indicated there were not official correspondence some of the big tax use real names of army recruiting commanders while others use fictitious names lending the false appearance about intensity it's unclear how many of these fake recruiting text may have been sent an army security officials are still investigating the so the source of who was responsible so far so far there been no reports of American showing up to recruiting branch's role as a result of of these tax however however last night the selective service website crashed it went down okay why they got overwhelmed with heightened searches which of course the agency attributed to the spread of this was information about about the draft US military conscription was suspended in nineteen seventies of course we don't draft anymore I mean if we had to resume the draft Congress would have to enact legislation to do it into the selective service system VA would manage the draft in an emergency if if there was one that was enacted by Congress but if the texter coming from scoop phone number then of course the sender is impersonating somebody in the military or somebody else for that matter the text may violate the truth caller ID act last week though this is kind of ironic or coincidental president trump signed into law the Pologne Foon traced at now government regulators can go after robo textures and seek fines for up to ten thousand dollars per violation it could also go after people who fake or spoof calls the law was passed in order to stop spam calls robo calls and texts that are spoofs there were no laws are being passed to cut down on those who wish to exploit fears over war through bogus tex that doesn't stop the mocking teasing about those who fear that war will escalate to the point of World War World War now what were three is gone from a hash tag two a symbol overnight in social media circles and it's notable that young people our mustering that old emblem World War whatever to express their unconscious fears about the present and in doing this they are reviving a received notion of World War one mostly expended by the generations that preceded them so you know if they've heard grandma grandpa talking about Cold War of the her great grandma grandpa talk about you know Corey or even World War two and even though the draft notices were hoaxes they were very powerful hoaxes okay and you were a trick of the mean magicians to raise awareness in the young about their mortality and what may be at stake if we were ever in a world conflict so course this this somehow give a wake up call to a lot of young people lot of young men receive these notices for about thirty years now World War three is been this anxious fantasy this anxious idea of his in game and during the Cold War the idea of World War three actually became shorthand for a very specific kind of doom global thermonuclear war nuclear destruction mad mutually assured destruction so after the blast comes the fallout duck and cover and so we have all that smoke nuclear winter and then of course all the crops dying we die as well some of us had radiation sickness fallout shelters the the triangles all that stuff and and those who live envy the dead your member of the stories we were kids all of us older people all the old people that call so yeah we are Cold War survivors and we had all that fear and here's the thing the Cold War and the fear docking covered in our mortal bodies sustaining the radiation a list of this is been a powerful medium that is being shared by older generations without the internet to keep it alive and so the younger generations are now getting a taste of Cold War paranoia through social media me magic the idea of with the fantasy of youth or whatever you wanna call the World War three help hide the reality of what war had become basically a tangled mess of state crap profiteering and pulled and politicking and it was the threat of scorched earth policy in which at mutually assured destruction is allegedly fueled the need to make more weapons such as the weapons we talked about the Middle rat weapons the drones the missiles that all this stuff all the things we spoke about the last show so in the face operation chaos in the Middle East is it any wonder but young people might see the relatively conventional active killing around at Iranian military commander is a refuge for political clarity why is it but when this happened it was so much confusion why is it just by some miraculous stroke of whatever Donald Trump speaks this morning and he says we have de escalated the program if you remember two shows ago we discuss this we should be this is gonna go nowhere is it's probably gonna be a lot of saber rattling I told that this is all saber rattling now none of this is going to go any further it's going to fizzle out Jack commented that you know here's a situation where trump is boxed in I said it's not trumps character do this what we saw this morning was what trump really does think about it trump is eight negotiator he's a guy that works the crowd and even works these leaders and he tells them this is how it is if the generals of the neo cons of white blob bombs every time you turn around of course you know is that trump has to do something you have to say something has to be presidential and no one is saying okay he's just a major puppet for the deep state he's not sometimes we given the opportunity president trump does good we need to start thinking about that for a moment okay no matter how bad or buffoon or Clowney or whatever you think of Donald Trump if you give them the opportunity to give that man the opportunity.
House to vote Thursday on curbing Trump actions against Iran
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi call the drone strike that killed the Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani provocative and disproportionate Democrats like Minnesota ill Han all Mar say president trump is too unpredictable this is a man who had who is both an arsonist and a fireman he starts a crisis then he wants to create the appearance of wanting to solve it house minority whip Steve Scalise says now is not the time to hold back the president we should all be coming together to support our commander chief to protect America I'm not debating how to limit the president's ability to defend this country a similar bill faces an uphill fight in the GOP led Senate and if past president trump would veto it and Donahue Washington
Iran launches missiles at US forces in Iraq at al-Asad and Erbil
"That's what Iranian officials are calling the surface to surface missile attack on US interests in Iraq after the U. S. kill the Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani near the Baghdad airport US military bases came under attack from short range ballistic missiles or cruise missiles fired from inside Iran not rockets as other networks reported earlier tonight here's the statement issued by Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman at approximately five thirty PM eastern standard time on January seventh Iran launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles against U. S. military and coalition forces in Iraq it is clear that these missiles were launched from Iran and targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting U. S. military and coalition personnel and Alice side and Beale oxygen for Griffin at the Pentagon there were two rounds of Bissell's about an hour apart things are quieter now but it's likely not over there are running back properties all over the region in places like the Gaza Strip Lebanon Syria Iraq they are backed by the Iranian regime in the Gaza Strip they've told fox news they're receiving money and support from Tehran we do know that Hezbollah in Lebanon also has been threatening US ally Israel this week boxes trading in Baghdad South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham calls it an act of war the missiles were launched from Iran at targets inside of Iraq housing US military personnel the president has all the authority needs under article two to respond in high response is yet to be determined but he has that authority to respond Delaware democratic senator Chris Coons and president trump
Iran strikes back at US with missile attack at bases in Iraq
"Iran launches missiles and warns the United States against retaliation hours after president Donald Trump said this at the White House were prepared with totally prepared and likewise were prepared to attack if we have to be wrong launched a pair of missile attacks at two bases in Iraq where US troops are housed Iranian state TV said the attacks were in retaliation for the U. S. airstrike that killed revolutionary guard General Qasem Soleimani the U. S. airstrike last week and the Iranian retaliatory missile launches marks the first time in recent years that Washington and Tehran have attacked each other directly rather than through proxies in the region
Iraq's outgoing prime minister says US troops must leave
"Ron's Islamic revolutionary guards taking credit for the attack a retaliation by Iran for the killing of its top commander Qasem Soleimani president trump that is is in the situation room with national security advisers tonight today's attack came hours after rocks outgoing prime minister said the United States has no alternative and must pull its troops out of his country the president trump countered by saying it's not the right time for a pull out and that'll be the worst thing that could happen to a
A lesson for Kim Jong Un in the death of Qasem Soleimani
"If Kim Jong un needed another reminder about the risks of bargaining away north Korea's nuclear weapons program in the U. S. president trump's decision to kill one of Iran's top commanders provides one the killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani last week reinforces the north Korean view that the US only take such actions against states that lack a credible nuclear deterrent more specifically trump's choice of attack a covert drone strike against a high level target feeds regime fears that any US offensive against Pyongyang would start
"qasem soleimani" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"There was a stampede at a funeral for the Iranian general that we killed on Friday the stampede at his funeral that killed at least fifty six people and injured more than two hundred other surrounding states TV gave this death toll after the stampede in Karamana hometown of the revolutionary guard General Qasem Soleimani I guess they had to reschedule the funeral the the stampede forties do Los is been arrested that's the Connecticut man thought to be responsible for his wife's murder and dismemberment has been arrested on murder charges the girlfriend arrested on murder charges and a lawyer arrested on conspiracy to commit murder and Porter Rico recovering from yet another earthquake a six point four magnitude quake today and there have been at least eight aftershocks now of a four point five or higher today alone Hey Nick yes Shannon why did the tomato turn red I don't know why because it saw the salad dressing for a real punch line or soul also no I get it was dressing yeah this new and it's a made saw the salad all naked on Tuesday and this time we get welcome in our friends Neil survey drill holes to the fourth report Saturdays here on KFI how are you man Hey happy new year kids happy new year to you still okay see your little face yet but no side here yeah sequestered still but Gerry says thanks for all the news first of all I don't even want to know what that means because I'm following the sax next story that you guys did earlier in and that's a nice welcome that's enough what do you mean nudes we what story that well I as sacks snacks well that's good she's smart I couldn't tell if that was a scar but I didn't see any stitches in this there so I just figured it listen when I was on meds that was in the hospital deal with it you know explain yourself absolutely not so I asked my doctor I said yeah you know in the hospital I said can I still get tattoos nieces yes you're gonna wait you know awhile and you'll still be able to get tattoos go to a reputable place and he looks at me scarring goes may I recommend H. shoot you train on that train yeah please thanks doctor yeah I just got the staples out the other day I holes yeah there is a forty plus staples wow yeah eight inches worth and fun man for that for those who don't know Neil was the recipient of a generously donated kidney yeah now did I hear this correctly you have now three kidneys yeah yeah I got what they call a few kidneys just you can access yeah Moroz walk around what a man your comes kidney boy have you named your scar I have and I didn't even think of that sounds like something you would DO I don't know I guess okay I'll work on it hello lower back right is that where no no no no they go through the front on yeah on the on the right and it goes down to just above my business from the belly on down only to the business and you know my doctor god bless him said when I came out he goes yeah we had to go deep I go skews me goes yeah real deep I goes that is that a fact comment doc he said yeah we had to go deep patterns sunny yeah so it's weird and you can kind of see it it's like my left side is slightly bigger than my or my right side is slightly bigger than my left side it's like you like I will little tiny baby right there I'm I officially have chip parts that's right my daughter Julie lovely woman my angel donor and so I've checked parts do you feel more sensitive like a nicer person maybe well I'll tell you it was weird the other night my wife and I got into it and I just got really quiet and she states like after a couple hours as we're trying to go nothing I'm fine my god I said I'm fine I'm fine he said how do I look in this do these jeans make me look fat then he started driving all crazy my wife replied no but your belly does yeah we're we're we're very close actually down like almost thirty pounds like whoa it's really just that's where they added something and your down thirty pound well what's weird is in the hospital I went up like fourteen pounds when I was eating like broth yeah because you retain all these liquids and stuff like that man Matt and it's slowly been coming off and when I came off really quickly and now I'm back and I'm getting better trying to protect this gift good excellent well look we're happy to welcome you in whatever it is you can come back yeah it's cool I'm all set up here at home so let's do some some some little food to eat with them and sorry over social media with this Ice Cube and his serial book baloney yeah I hadn't heard it until a one of you or someone on the the gas Twitter said have you heard of this and I was like no god no yeah but it is the thing we actually I hacked had a guest on from poppy and rose a great restaurant on Wall Street here in Los Angeles and a great brunch spot by the way for anybody looking for really great French food but the queen of the owner she does this but she takes the ice out after its chill the milk and to me that's that's reasonable but the theory is that you're chilling your milk and you're eating the cereal quickly enough to to where it doesn't get watered down and it's really for those people that want ice cold milk in their cereal at all times when now no it's a hard no for me to write but you know I don't wanna you negotiate around little icebergs in my serial all have our things you know Gary eads cranberry sauce out of the can an entire can of it if this guy wants to put ice cubes in a serial who the hell are we to tell them that that's not a good thing to do me I person I can tell there has to be a little judging innocent life otherwise we all go crazy you know you'd be like sh char name down the street black we need to have some rules and boundaries man do it on your porch like a normal person what about the impossible foods making pork now that I saw this at the Consumer Electronics Show they're talking about now is not the first thought that it ought if you when you think about it that it shows up at the S. S. C. I. S. yeah so it and they weren't the only ones there were also other people that were pre treating you know traditional analogues for a meet and things like that it's it's a huge thing it's it's going to continue to grow I think it's a a natural place to go for them there keep in mind that the base is exactly the same as their burger is a Patty the base is exactly the same they build upon that a couple different things one that mommy that kind of anxious mommy burst that you get when you bite into like a pork sausage they've got to recreate that they've got to recreate some of the fatty fatness also the bits of fat they go into a sausage and then the rest is seasoning and you season it and that is you're almost half way there if you have a breakfast paddy from gosh Morning Star farm I think is the company eight you get them the frozen section those things are great and their plant based and they are good they are really good they're just the you know so the you can't nail these things mostly with spices and things like that but the texture is going to be super important and there is you know there was some fear based on African swine fever which is this is strange disease that hits house but not because swine but it it can't be transferred to humans and it really doesn't mess with like food contamination per se but it's bad for the animal and it transfers from very quickly so there they had to kill a crap ton of animals because of this and that caused a massive shortage your talk about nearly a quarter of all pigs globally since August of twenty eighteen a massive amount and so that you know other things and really these companies have a goal of eradicating animal farm that's the truth so they're gonna continue to do this but in and twenty sixteen when I was talking about some these things coming out I was I made a prediction that within five years there was gonna start being pushed back because they're highly processed and sure enough I was off by about a year or so because we're we're just ramping up to where there's push back you see articles about are they really yes they may be save an animal but are they healthy for you and there's a lot of concern about those things and there will be with this too but you know taste good beat it well speaking of taste good either we got somebody sent us cosmic Chris apples which I don't think are on sale anywhere in California that I've seen all he sent them to us from Washington you did didn't want I still have yeah and fully intact what's a little worse they're supposed to be super Chris yes juicy their firm and they're slow to brown have you noticed if they've oxidized it all sounds a lot like me yeah it's the slow to brown that got me some of the white continue Neil surveyed rose to the fork report has joined us will continue in just a moment Layla Mohammed has an update on the chevron has moved all of its non Iraqi employees and contractors out of Iraq amid heightened tensions there between the US and Iran here one imports is cutting about forty percent of headquarters staff and shutting down hundreds of stores across the country as it prepares to file for bankruptcy this month's issue of Italian Volk is missing something photos the magazine says it wants to cut down on the environmental impact a photo shoot we're checking out problems on the four oh five next news flash many of the Californian sure it's companies are increasing rates again this year how's that for easing into the new year.
"qasem soleimani" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Had An American can general send a letter saying repairing leave which the department offense is now said was draft in a mistake. Never should have gone out. Are we looking at the. US Redraw oil from Iraq. And if so good thing bad thing pardon me I was thinking about baseball metaphor. F- this one but I I couldn't come. I couldn't come up with went so I'll just directly answer your question. I think that the Iraqi political situation has changed dramatically as a result of what happened last Friday from the beginning of October through December number Iraqis were in the streets demanding a new political system and part of that was they were demanding that the Iranian influence in their country come to the United States was not part sort of these protests. The United States was not even part of anybody's conception of an influential country in Iraq any longer despite huge embassy in unsown and so forth the killing of money has now flipped that narrative around much to the benefit of Shia political parties in ship militia leaders and who are often often leaders of those political parties and even people who we've considered partners of the United States like the now caretaker. Prime Minister have been put in a position where they have to demand that the United States leave it strikes me that now that the opponents of the United States can really framed the terms of the debate the politics they really take off. Now the question of whether it's worthwhile wild to leave Iraq or not I think after seventeen years in God knows how many billions or trillions of dollars spent on Iraq as I said before the country is in terminal collapse. APPS it's chaotic if not for UN. Unless you just there. In December of now for UN agencies and their local partners it really would be medieval in parts of the country country we have American diplomats. Who can't move? We're there to fight isis yet. Our partners in Iraq have done everything possible for a resurgence of Isis. This this dysfunctional government anywhere. You go in Iraq. People say that the central government cannot be trusted. The central government is rife with corruption and graft and Iranian influence in this in time will grow isis once again. We are only partners if there was a partner or the Kurds. But they're quite weak so the question is what is it that we're trying to accomplish in Iraq with regard to a rock. I can understand the fight against the Islamic state or keeping the pressure on the Islamic state but when it comes to Iraq. I'm not quite sure what it is that we're trying to accomplish accomplish their ray would a US departure Marach help or hurt the Iranians ill crystallize a lot of problems that they would have to undertake I think if Iraqi the government today your are in fair to say an impossible position because for a long time you have to try to balance your relationship between Iran and the United States and even mediate the differences between them. You don't have. I suspect that still the direction they want to go. They don't want to be a battleground between the United States any raw and I suspect they're saying that's obviously clearly ready to the Americas but I suspect they're also saying that primarily city arrhenius. I do think there are a lot of relationships that Iraq has with the United States. That are important to it. will in terms of a segue today international national commerce community both in terms of security services both in terms of diplomatic relations bought in the sense that the benefit of having a relationship with the United States so they suspect they don't want to discard. How are they going? I manage this situation if this conflict places self out in Iraq with all this fragile it remains i. It's a it's going to be a very difficult. Balancing Act for government that has not been able to to have effective balancing Aksu history. So they're going to have to do a lot of thinking about this and I do think both the United States and Iran would be wiser not to have their confrontation play soften Iraq Syria because that's collapsed country. How more skin Syria yet? What is a wildcard out? Here is the trump administration has demonstrated straighted whether you're renting is understand that not that attack on Americans via proxies is unacceptable. We'll see if they get. That message remains to be seen what happens if the Iranian regime attacks American proxies Saudi Arabia Israelis can handle themselves. Is that GonNa Elicit an American. What hasn't to this point? We had the attack on the Saudi. Won't it means in this sort of the attack of September I believe on Saudi oil installation actually did result in three things that have not been amplified in the western press. There will sit assassination attempt against General Sulaimaniyah in October. Number of people have gone trump for it. There was an attack on Iranian tanker and the Iranians claimed over subject to cyber tax. Now I don't know who's responsible for those speculation as to who is. I have no idea but the idea that nothing happened. After that strike is not entirely true now fair pointed uh-huh Surf perhaps as a deterrent but if the Iranians attack American proxies with the United States response in the same dramatic way. That's the wild card out. There feel ridden news. One of the reasons Sulamani was going to Baghdad apparently was to talk to Iraqi officials who were serving as interlocutors between Tehran and Riyadh so I guess first question is water people in Riyadh making of all that happened in the last week and are they sleeping better at night or are they staying up later. they're definitely not sleeping better and you read that on the news because the Iraqi prime minister said so and I also came from somewhere. That's good which I think came to. The surprise of a lot of people told that I mean there were plenty of other plausible reasons for Sulejmani to be arriving in Iraqi. Goes all the time but it was weird notion that he was actually delivering a letter in the Saudis involved. I don't know anything independently on that. I do know that the Saudis are staying up at night because they have a lot to lose. And that's actually one of the interesting aspects of this. Is You know the Saudis have been in the forefront of leading the charge for tougher for policies on Iran they welcomed president trump coming in they welcomed the sanctions. Welcome leaving the nuclear deal. They welcome maximum pressure. They've been begging. They were regretful. At Obama didn't stand up enough to the Iranians Manian but this recent escalation including stuff blowing up in their country. You know it tends to concentrate the mind and they have a lot to lose and their neighbors in the emerets a a lot to lose as well. So we're actually. It's it's quite striking. We're hearing noises about the need for de-escalation and calm and outreach and actually has been some outreach with Saudis as an Emirati is and Iranians beyond what there was before so I think they're nervous because they if any of the sort of nightmare scenario we've been discussing playout. They're the ones that's who suffer and in some ways. Iran is more prepared to escalate because they have less to lose in the sense that they're already under massive sanctions. Their economy's mess. They're trying a break out of this thing was the Saudis Camrys for whatever troubles they have. They're selling oil. They're making money. The Saudis are trying to transform their economy. So they're worried and even after the strike in the Saudi the office where I mean ray was rightly talking about this perception that president trump didn't stand up for them. The Saudis were not asking the United States to strike Iran. Because they worried about the collation. Stephen you spent a lot of time thinking about Saudi Arabia. How do you assess what's happening? First of all the Saudis have said that the idea that customs lamantia was carrying some sort sort of message for Iraqi interlocutors. They say that that's not true now. Of course they have no interest in saying it's not true just as much as the Iraqis have an interest in spreading disinformation saying that in fact custom solutions. So it's it's actually really hard to know what is happening. I do think though that the Saudis particularly since the September fourteenth attack on ABC cake and Horace or the two oil facilities dismayed by the American response. The deal has long been that the United States would look after their security not because the United States love Saudis but because oil is important to global prosperity and they have subsequently I think it's clear sought to de-escalate on number a number of fronts. I think what they're hoping right now is and this goes for the Maroney's as well as that whatever blowback comes that it's not in Saudi Arabia and not in the united it Arab Emirates They've been very very quiet on this issue. Of course no not your has been shed in Riyadh for Casa Monica but certainly one of the things that they have have learned from the trump presidency that he speaks very loudly but often he's carrying a very small stick and if that means that's GonNa make them vulnerable they're going to pursue their interests in a way that's different from the United States and try to reach out to to the Iranians. But that's if I might do that is precisely what they're worried about is sort of worst of all worlds that's exactly right from his is making threats and doing provocative things and taking strikes like this but if you really do. That's right America I I you know. I've heard your your your war at one point. He said they they didn't strike us. They start the Saudis right. And I I think the took the Saudis by surprise. This was not what they're expecting when he was elected in November twenty sixteen. And I think we've heard it from as as many Saudis in Emirati that we've been in contact with that this is after the string of episodes since May of two thousand nineteen through the strikes in September that they're very wary wary of the president being provocative and unpredictable because they fear the consequences will be at their doorstep Phil. America's other major ally in the region. That's Israel Israel. How is the strike being viewed from Jerusalem? I think largely positively prime minister. Netanyahu was quick to say we had nothing to do this we. We weren't involved. which makes sense but I think the Israelis have long seen Salamone as just a direct threat to them Hezbollah? They're applauding for the most part and in Europe I have to ask you about Europe. Given the fact assistant insanitary state responsible for Europe the opposite the Europeans are nervous. They're worried about not just consequences for the nuclear deal which they have all supported but the prospect respect not just for general instability but for responses in Europe there have been Iranian plots and Actions that have killed Europeans so they are calling for de Escalation but frankly Jim I think they. They are also feeling helpless. They weren't able to salvage nuclear agreement. They weren't able to escalate. They're on the sidelines. Lesser to take it right now from sort of where we are if you had the opportunity turning to advise the trump administration to advise people who hope to succeed president trump as president. What advice would you give them for how to structure? US foreign policy toward Iran specifically. But I think toward the region more broadly which takes her to the first crack resume. You WanNA maintain contain the maximum pressure strategy. I don't think they have an option but to do that. I do think that the president would have to recognize that. His stated goal of getting involved in negotiations with Iran at this point is foreclosed at least for the remaining year if he gets reelected Iranians. We'll have to reassess that so you think that Theron on strategy right now be to wait him out. They are not at this point. Going to engage in negotiations with the United States. I think over some sort of new arrangement on the nuclear issue that that was always the president stated goal any if he's successful reelection than they have to reassess and what negotiations would look like now where where there is for all practical purposes no longer. JCP to go back to strengthen or whatever the term. Sorry that's going to be. That's going to be one of the challenges particularly as the Iranian nuclear capacity city begins to increase which it has since May of two thousand eighteen. Where every sixty days? They announced another departure in that sense. One consequence of the trump national policy is to move problem. 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"qasem soleimani" Discussed on PRI's The World
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"qasem soleimani" Discussed on PRI's The World
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"By dough from entering. It was a stunning scene. That is the actual moment when Guido attempted to scale a fence around the National Assembly yesterday a while wearing a well-cut blue suit they got to the top of the tall pointed iron gate but then security men pulled him down as a result a medusa supporter order was elected speaker inside parliament while Guido was later reelected by members of parliament outside really dramatic. Yefimov Zubiaga is head of the Venezuela Zoa Working Group at the American Society Council of the Americas. That's a nonprofit aimed at a better understanding of Latin America. I asked him if one Guido was still speaker of the Venezuelan wayland National Assembly or not. I believe so Michael. I think that he's position was so relevant because he was deemed as the only legitimate democratically chronically elected represent that leader of the institution which was a National Assembly and yesterday we have seen a lot of statements from the international community. Munity saying that. What occur yesterday was you know a sham election that it was impossible for the majority members of the opposition to get into parliament so so far I think Russia has been the only international actor that has accepted the results? I haven't seen what China has said. But you know the European Union. The United States of course also notably other countries in the region like Argentina and Mexico have denounced the procedures that happened yesterday. asked for a free and fair election in parliament. Where do you think the real power lies right? Now because Venezuela has two men claiming to be President Nicholas Nicholas Maduro and Juan Guido and also two men claiming to be speaker of the assembly and one of those is also one Guido. So where's the power. Well I mean and there's two two aspects of power one of course is the de facto power so that lies of Audie in the executive branch in the military. I mean we saw the military yesterday physically. Basically impeding the members of parliament from growing inside the parliament. So that's our right there. However there's the other side of power which is legitimacy international legitimacy and also seems to be increasing on.
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"Want to pay for your kids. That's a good thing as long as someone has the documents they're going to leave. The school keeps copies of all. Its students documents. co-director Sarah Friedman says Moster from immigrant. Regret families kind of standoffish like well. Good luck with that horrible situation. You're going through. You wouldn't be nearly fifty attorneys here to help. Parents appoint went guardians. Friedman says some parents stay away from these sessions out of fear. It'll somehow tip off. Is the school's Administrative Manager Maria duquet Says they've done drills to prepare in case they do see ice officers around but the drills make her uneasy doesn't feel good doing that because it could be me wasn't documented for many years so I had to walk the same path that they are working right now and he's he's not easy easy Maria. The mother at the the beginning of the story lives here in Central Falls Rhode Island and her two children are students at learning community school. She came to one of the information sessions and she's appointed. Did her brother as her kids guardian if she and her husband or detained she knows they can be a handful though so she's also pointed a backup guardian a neighbor whose family when Maria told her son and daughter about her preparations. They weren't happy you are music caring. They begged her to never go. Go Away Maria says she tried to tell them that. Sometimes things happen that you can't control. They still don't understand but Maria says she feels better amid everything happening. She feels lucky to be in a place where she has helped to control. At least one thing the most important thing the safety of her children for the world. I'm Rupa she knew. In Central Falls Rhode Island. There's still lots going on outside of Washington in the Middle East. For example there was dramatic news out out of Venezuela this weekend for the past year president. Nicolas Maduro has been in a political standoff with one Guido the speaker of parliament there Guido. Also last last year declared himself the legitimate president of Venezuela but yesterday the Armed Forces surrounded the National Assembly building the parliament and blocked.
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"Game with a morning. Show a superb drama. Yeah a superb drama about the importance of dignity and doing the right thing made by a company that runs sweatshops in China. But just in case anyone in the crowd was laughing too hard surveys put them in their place to companies. You you work for. I mean unbelievable Apple Amazon Disney if isis style streaming service. You'd call your agent. Wouldn't you so if you do win an award tonight tonight. Please don't use the platform to make a political speech right. You're in no position to lecture the public about anything you know nothing about the real world most of you. It spent less time in school than Greta. Thornburgh the rest well it had to be believed by NBC. One big winner the night with South Korean filmmaker Bong Jun Ho. He directed the disturbing family drama parasite which won. Best Foreign Language. Film Chum Up Self titled John Gilbert with a translator by side said audiences miss out on amazing films homes because of those words at the bottom of the screen. Once you overcome the one inch tall barrier of subtitles you will be introduced to so many more amazing films sounds really expand. Your world read subtitles. The devastating bushfires in Australia are exacting a heavy human toll. At least twenty four people have died since September wild animals have fared much much worse. Some five five hundred million have been injured or killed in the fires. That estimate comes from Chris. Dickman professor of Ecology at the University of Sydney when we reached him today he had this this update. The four hundred eighty million estimate was made a couple of weeks ago and the fires of now burned over a large area of the country that means over hundred million mammals reptiles have been affected by the fires truly a wide It's probably over. A Billion Hidden Dickman has forty years of experience working across Australia. He told the world's Patrick win. Conditions at animals. There are now facing. This really is his unprecedented. I think there's nothing quite compared with the with the devastation. That's that's going on such a large area so quickly it. It's monstrous in terms of job and numbers of individual animals. Affected gives us a better idea not to be morbid but how these creatures are dying are we talking about about actually being burned to death smoke inhalation or starvation. What are the different scenarios here? Despite flames is the is the most obvious and some of the images of Koalas all is bring home. What that's like most vividly at the fire front five thousand talked about the shrieks and Koalas just screams of pain as they as they die? It's his horrendous brothers. Have size in tree hollows Hep stars minute ago. Too deeply underground. Smoking elation will be a real problem for the others it's probably a slow demise species that gal underground and then reemerge after the fires have gone through this really nothing except dash on the surface. So it's very difficult to find resources. Australia is known for. It's just amazing. Wildlife Diversity so are we looking at the extinction certain creatures being hastened by this is I think we are. We know that Australian biodiversity has been going down over the last several decades AK DHS. And it's probably fairly well known that Australia's got the world's highest rate of extinction for mammals. and Vince like this that may well hasten the extinction in process for a range of other species so it's it's a very sad time. What creatures are you really feeling for right now? This is something called the greater glider. It's it's the world's largest gliding mammal. It looks a little bit like camping gizmo from the one of movies some years ago. It's restricted victims the eucalypt forests. It's got a diet. That's even more restrictive than the Koala They'll be cooked in the in these. Fires the yellow bellied gliders will. It's enough stunningly beautiful marsupial. Very well known there again restricted to the U. Clip Florists and they're going to be very susceptible to these to these fires. How have of human beings helped create the conditions for this crisis? What we're seeing is? The effects of climate change sometimes said to that Australia's the collide the canary in the online with the effects of climate. Change being seen here most severely and earliest as well so a would probably looking at climate change my look for many of the parts of the world stages in Australia at the moment professor Dickman. Your demeanor demeanor. Seems very calm but do think it's time for people to freak out and if so what should they be doing in response to this. I think there's a feeling among environmental scientists wanted an ecologist in Australia. We've been frozen out of the the bite certainly out of policy making and think it's now time to bring the scientists back into the tent to look at what is likely to be happening over the next few decades and to think how this week and maintain both the M mm community in in good health and is not bottom. -versities can be retained to this evolving situation. That's Chris Dickman ecologist at the University of Sydney in Australia Australia. He was speaking with the world's Patrick win. Now back to our main story today Iran and the targeted killing of Iranian General Hossam Soleimani. President trump has vowed vowed to target Iranian cultural sites that is if Iran retaliates trump tweeted that the US would hit fifty two sites one for each hostage. Taken in nineteen seventy seventy nine in Tehran and the president said the strikes would be very fast and very hard. There was an instant backlash worldwide because bombing cultural sites could constitute sued award crime. ONA hathaway's professor of international law. Yale would striking cultural sites in fact the illegal yes. It's very clearly illegal under a number number of international laws. The Nineteen O. Seven Hague Convention prohibits hitting cultural sites as does and I think Fifty Four Hague Convention attention on Cultural Property which the US has also ratified and in. Your opinion was an important to protect cultural sites. Well it's the heritage of all mankind and these are not just the possession of the countries that they happen to be in but they're important to all of us these important cultural sites and matter in terms of our defining finding our own humanity so president trump over the weekend said Iran is quote allowed to kill our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural sites. I mean he was essentially essentially questioning the very premise of this protection. I'm wondering though. Is there a point to be made That humans are more precious than buildings. There's no doubt that humans are more a precious than buildings but this is not a case of are making a choice between the two. What he's suggesting is that if they break the rules and we can break the rules as well but that's not how international humanitarian law works? These rules are in place to ensure the safety of civilians and of our cultural heritage heritage and the mere fact that Iran may have acted in violation of international. Law doesn't mean that we can or should go bombing a set of important important cultural sites in Iran if the US were to follow through on this threat what would be the ramifications. Could trump be tried the Hague or somewhere else. It does appear that if he were to carry this out not only he. But those who participate in the operation would almost certainly be guilty guilty of a war crime under US law In fact it would be possible to prosecute him and anyone who participates in US US court there could potentially be international or crimes prosecution as well although where that would take place a little more difficult because the US is not party to the International Criminal Court. Would that in your view realistically ever happened. I think that it's not unbelievable to imagine that there could be prosecutions of those in the. US Government Mint if they knowingly participate in intentionally participate in intentional violations of The Hague convention whether that prosecution would happen president at hard to say but there's no reason that he should be above the law. If trump ordered the strike. Could the military refuse to carry out the order Knowing that maybe they'd be guilty of war crimes that they follow through puts them in a terrible position. There are two things to be said here on the one hand if someone is prosecuted for war our crime. It's not a defense to say I was ordered to do it on the other hand to refuse an order also put someone in a position of potentially being court court-martialed and so puts individual members of the military and a really terrible position so I hope we don't get there but if we do many are are sending the message to members the US military in those who would play a role in carrying out this attack that if they do so they are potentially subject to war crimes prosecution and that Dave should refuse the order even though that might bring with it some consequences ONA hathaway professor of international law at Yale University. Thanks very much thank thank you so much. It's a tense time for undocumented immigrants in the US even more tense for parents. There's often no way for them to appoint a guardian for their children. If they're detained other states children have been taken inch custody of the stage and then they will be placed in foster care and foster homes so Rhode Island came up with a solution that still head. You're on the world I'm Marco Werman this is the world where a CO production of the BBC World Service W. Gbh Boston NPR rx. The events in Iraq and Iran have overshadowed another major military incident this weekend. Extremists attacked a US military installation on the Kenya. Somalia Malia border and killed three Americans. The world's Lima Conde is following the incident so extremist forces attacking US military base. It sounds a lot like what happened in Iraq last week but this is Kenya. What's going on so Iran does not have anything to do with this attack? The attack was by L. Shebab which is an extremist group in Somalia only a- and the group itself as well as the US military has acknowledged that al-shabaab was behind this attack. al-shabaab has a long history of attacking targets in the area area where the Kenya Defence Force based is located Even last January. They attacked an hotel and I ruby killing more than twenty people so they have a long history of waging attacks in Kenya and Somalia. I spoke with Matt bearden. Who is with the think tank Sahan that focuses on the Horn of Africa? He says Iran is not behind in dead. I think it's highly unlikely. There was any link between the killing of Caribbean Major General and the Shibata attack in Kenya primarily early because an attack of the kind that al-shabaab carried out on Mandalay Bay would have required significant planning preparation. Even just moving the forces into position would have predated the American air strike. So I really don't think these two issues can be linked late today the US Department of Defense released a statement agreeing that Iran is probably not involved in this attack however they did caution that Iran has been trying to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa region..
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"He was killed last Friday in a US drone strike in Baghdad in Iraq it was ordered by President trump. The reverberations from souleyman early Monday killing could potentially be enormous for the Middle East. The United States and the world Iran now says it's pulling back from the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement in in Iraq. The government is taking steps toward demanding that American troops leave the country. We're GONNA start our coverage today with the Wilshire Jafari. Sharon tell us more about what you've been seeing. Mm from Tehran today. Like you said Mark. The crowd in Tehran was huge today. From what I've seen on social media as well as Iranian state media some people have compared impaired the number of people out on the street today to the size of crowd that we saw back in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine when the previous Supreme Leader I Follow Khameini Khomeini passed away and today people were chanting slogans. Were carrying pictures of Awesome Soleil money and a lot of them said they wanted answers from the US so today the general's remains were paraded through Tehran. What do we know about what happens next today? His body was taken to Tehran University. Where the supreme need? They prayed over the coffin. The footage from the funeral shows the supreme neither weeping and what happens next is that solely money's remains will be taken to the the city of on. That's a holy city about two hours drive from Tehran. And tomorrow his coffin will take into his hometown of Cayman and that's where he will be laid to rest. What have you been hearing about why the US carried out this attack? Well we have heard several explanations so far one which was announced pretty quickly on Friday was that the US officials had credible intelligence that awesome so they money was planning attacks against American can diplomats and armed forces in Iraq and other countries in the region. And that this drone attack was about self defense. Are they still offering some kind of information. Information or explanation though the explanation shifted and it turned into will awesome so they money was a bad actor in the region and that over the years he she had ordered or planned many attacks against the US and its partners so so far there are various explanations. And what has Iran been saying about. Its it's response in Iran. One Ward has been repeated in the past few days and that's revenge. Iranian officials have said that Iran plans to respond for sure and maybe even militarily but they haven't given any more details today at the funeral procession Theron simply money's daughter gave a fiery every speech and she said her father's blood was not spilled in vain Ameri Kaba sped on Shahad that's more oh Jeb Guardia beach on Michael. She also said that her father Skilling will bring Iran Iraq closer together and what about Iran's government how they responded they run in government says it will no longer comply with some of the terms of the nuclear deal that it signed with world powers in in two thousand fifteen president trump walked away from the deal last year but to be clear. Iran is still going to let inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency to come in and inspect its nuclear facilities because it continues to be a member of their empty right around still in the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty. So talk of revenge in Tehran and the US is sending more troops. It sounds like the. US is sending about twenty five hundred Marines to to the Middle East. The Pentagon won't say when or rare these forces are GONNA be deployed at the same time. US says it will pause its operations against as long state in Iraq and in Syria. That's out of caution. For the safety of American personnel NATO has also said it will suspend its mission against Isis Isis. Here's what Jens Stoltenberg NATO's secretary general said today. The safety of our personnel is paramount. A search for the time being suspended our training on the ground who are taking all precautions necessary to protect take our people so both the US a NATO have now paused their operations against Isis. And it's not clear how long that will last. The the Wilshire and Jafari thanks very much for the update problem Markelle next door in Iraq. Tensions are also rising in the aftermath. Sola Monday's assassination. Several rockets landed ended in Baghdad. Last night one in the Green Zone near the US embassy. Those missiles were likely launched by Iraqi militia groups who revered Sulejmani that's according to raise razer. He teaches international relations at Shaheed Beheshti University in Iran and those Iraqi militia is easy says may have bigger plans for retaliation. I think we should expect kind of twofold revenge to come on. That's Irani's talking ability to come in a kind of calculated and not necessarily quick manner but the teams that we are witnessing now in Iraq in terms of for example. There's rocket attacks. Listen these things. This is the second aspect of revenge which is coming from. Goals are group's which considered money as on commander. There's now been a vote in Iraq parliament to expel. US troops. It's nonbinding still. President trump responded with threats for Iraq sanctions and a hefty bill billions means of dollars to repay the US if it has to withdraw. It's troops. So I called. Shams is a member of Iraq's parliament. I reached out to him in the city of Sulaimaniya Iraqi Kurdistan. Can I ask James if he cast a ballot to pull out. US troops no. I didn't participate day boycotted a rejected the whole bill and the whole notion of the take steps toward destroying relationship with United States. So that's something that we do not want that and we want to have a peaceful relationship with birth United States and Iraq. Mrs James I'm in your in the Iraqi parliament. How seriously is the parliament taking trump's threats of sanctions and this giant bill for for? US troops that have served in Iraq that he's talking about publicly threatening Iraq while you are considering Iraq as a partner while you have your soldiers in Iraq fighting Isis alongside Iraqi soldiers and you do not find a diplomatic channel or at least calling the Iraqi prime minister to better understand that bill under steps that the Iraqi government is going to who think just on twitter dispassionate Iraq is getting to be even worse for that relationship with full damage relationship even fed well. US troops are are still in Iraq the prospect though of US troops leaving. Are you worried about your country breaking down further into Shiite Sunni and Kurdish enclaves. Absolutely this is the fear that we are trying to avoid and the this is the consequences of a forceful expulsion of the US forces if it's peaceful it's based off that Marshall Andrew Standing based on request and then we negotiate their represents again through diplomatic channels and by talking to our leaders to do the White House. This is something else but this would the way that is being handled and it looks like the militias at continued to threatening the US embassy and other embassies at the Green Zone that we have most of their for nemeses. There have been bonded every night like last night. We had rockets targeted at the US embassy. This is going to really make Iraq. A war zone and other Syria will really gave rise to radical groups to exploit exploited so with presidents Bush and Obama there was a kind of consistency to their policies. Even if some say those policies were misguided does donald trump confused the Iraqi parliament. Exactly we do not understand Inet states these days. It's very hard to understand United States. We hear something from their diplomats. How much they deal with Iraqi institutions with respect even some of these militia leaders? They had some meetings with the US diplomats but it was expecting Iraq and and ignoring Iraq by the president and Era Iraqi leaders. Not having them in the White House so far not invited to the White House and just Seeing Iraq through the lenses of their anonymity with Iran is really something that we we do not see that the US seem to value of partnership with Iraq. They owned he co about Iraq when there is a crisis with Iran while we have over on interest and we have happened to the West and the north which occurs under Sunnis. They want to have a peaceful relationship with the US and also the moderate southern employees the sheer empties. They also want peaceful relationship with the United States but without accusing Iraq against Iran. This is something we cannot accept and Iraq cannot really taught rate that meanwhile I'm wondering what all of this will mean for the grass us route protesters in Baghdad who've been demonstrating since October. They were very upset as you know with corruption in Iraq. What are their feelings about Iranian influence in Iraq they will they are already starting campaign saying the parliament does not represent me which means that decision yesterday by forceful expulsion of the? US forces does is not representative. Will they know that you an. US is withdrawing when US Iraqi guy scutts out will means more delicious and that means it's all of the gains they had. The reforms is going to be over and there will be no space for peaceful assembly. That's really very sad. And I am in communication with them on daily basis. They are arrogant to take action to do something to save the relationship. Would they night stage for the sake of Iraq but that's really very helpless because just a very few. MP's indirect bottom. They have the courage to publicly. Say That publicly say that we need to save the relationship with the United States but we also need need to start doing a successful negotiation with the United States how to avoid confronting Iran on the Iraqi cycle chums a member of Iraq's parliament. But he's been speaking with us from Sulaymaniyah in Iraqi Kurdistan. Thank you very much thank you. It's red carpet season last night. The Golden Globes leading off a parade rate of upcoming entertainment awards the Globes sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. So maybe it's not too surprising that the festivities nodded to the world beyond Beverly Hills right out of the gate in fact with hose. Ricky's your vase pointing a finger in his opening monologue at one big company funneling money into the movie business apple rode into the eighteen.
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"Revenge shrine Dave Anthony fox news there Qasem Soleimani successor sort of Iran's state TV today actions will be taken after last week's airstrike that killed the general in Iraq he's being more by hundreds of thousands Iran today at a funeral led by Iran's supreme leader is only mom's daughter so the families of American soldiers will spend their days waiting for the deaths of their loved ones president trump warns more strikes maybe coming fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington the president trump tweeted if Iran strikes in the American person or target the US will hit back perhaps in a disproportionate manner the president claims his tweets service legal notice to Congress but Democrats say the president needs the informed consent of lawmakers to take the nation to war and we'll introduce lot legislation this week Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on ABC's this week we do not need this president either mumbling for impulsively getting us into a major war the president has specified fifty two sites for potential action including some important to it running culture Dave Rachel Democrats running for president are also critical of the air strike that took out the a running in general and less than a month before the first contest the Iowa caucuses Bernie Sanders has risen up to force a three way tie in Iowa according to CBS news battleground tracker Sanders is now in first place in Iowa tied with former vice president Joe Biden in south bend Indiana mayor Pete booted catch all three coming in at twenty three percent Fosse's Ellison barber Sanders is in first in the CBS poll in New Hampshire twenty seven percent than buying twenty five Elizabeth Warren thirty eighteen percent of voters judge thirteen nineteen seventeen one big at the golden globes the film got best drama once upon a time in Hollywood wants a golden globe.
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"Retaliation for a coalition airstrike the took out three Islamic militants two days ago military officials confirmed that one US service member and two department of defense contractors were killed in the attack two more DOT members were wounded and are in stable condition being evacuated we want to be clear that while this attack was carried out by al Shabab unknown terror group al Qaeda affiliate there is no known link to Iran U. S. Africa command spokesman colonel Christopher Kern said all kinda has their own agenda the attack happened on a key military base used by U. S. counterterrorism forces in Kenya just before dawn damaging at least six US aircraft in some vehicles the compound was over run with us about extremists in involved in direct and small arms fire sponsors Jackie Heinrich army general Stephen Townsend who heads the U. S. Africa command says the US and our partners in the region we'll pursue those responsible for the attack adding counter terror efforts in the region will continue Iran's parliament today voted to immediately expelled the estimated five thousand US troops deployed there has to be signed into law though by the country's prime minister a deal Abdul Mahdi but Mahdi actually proposed the measure it's in response to the Baghdad drone attack that killed Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani Mahdi said that attack violated Iraq's sovereignty the money's remains returning to Iran today hundreds of thousands.
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"First in the world president trump says Qasem Soleimani was plotting attacks against US diplomats and service members and that's why you call for the airstrikes to kill them addressing an evangelical group in Miami organizing to support his reelection trump said SM solo money has been killed that is bloody rampage is now for ever done some three thousand additional U. S. troops are being sent to the Middle East as a precaution as a Ron supreme leader vowed severe revenge correspondent Alex mark or tells us the Pentagon has raise the force protection level for troops in the Middle East meaning they believe an attack against those troops is likely to carry experts warned Iran's retaliation for the targeted killing is likely to include cyber attacks potential targets manufacturing facilities oil and gas plants and transit systems sack he was government is begun sending asylum seekers back to the Gaullist Mexico to await court hearings and corresponding Clinton double says a forties are expanding that program the court hearings in warez or close to four hundred miles away from where asylum seekers are being taken in Nogales critics of the were made in Mexico program say migrants are at risk of being robbed or killed all making their way through dangerous Mexican talents but U. S. abilities have praised the program saying it's helped significantly reduce illegal border crossings United Methodist church leaders from around the world are proposing a new conservative denomination that would split from the rest of the church to resolve a dispute over gay marriage and gay clergy within the church an armed robbery suspect remains barricaded in Rockford Illinois credit union has at least one hostage the F. B. I. N. state police along with swat negotiators are at the scene set.
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"S. airstrike in Baghdad that killed a Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani addressing reporters in Florida the president explained that the U. S. military killed Iran's top general to stop a war CBS Steve Futterman report Mr trump said so the money was behind recent military action the recent attacks on US targets in Iraq including rocket strikes that killed an American and injured for American servicemen very badly as well as a violent assault on our embassy in Baghdad were carried out at the direction of celebrating the president said civil money was plotting to kill additional Americans CBS is Catherine Herridge says it's still not clear if his death will end the threat the question is whether this fight was quite advanced and whether taking out through the money and if you did have that very personal involvement in oversight whether that in some way rolled back the plot slowed it down or even derail that that's something that we don't know at that point CBS news special report I'm Steve Futterman law enforcement in several major cities are monitoring developments in the Middle East for any potential threats in this country CBS news Gerry none reports from New York City New York City officials and the NYPD or taking measures to ensure the city is safe we are dealing with a different reality New York City mayor bill de Blasio we are now potentially facing a threat that's different and greater than anything we have faced previously Lazio says the city's intelligence gathering agencies have been watching Iran for years she says the US has not in recent times confronted the reality of a war with the government of a large country with an international terror network at its command Garion on CBS news New York a woman died after being hit by a car in front of home rule casino last night crash happened around nine thirty paramedics responded in attempted first day but the victim died at the scene it's not clear of drugs or alcohol were involved it's becoming a serious problem in east lake neighborhood coyotes attacking and killing pet dogs and other animals the advice being given from animal services next real travel is a life changing with Trafalgar you'll discover.
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"Number one will a US. Air Strike killed. Raanan cuts force commander Kassem Sulejmani in Baghdad on Thursday. The Pentagon said it's a dramatic escalation of tensions between between the two countries that could lead to widespread violence in the region and beyond Defense Secretary Mark Esper- said the Pentagon had taken decisive defensive offensive action against Sola money. He was revered military figure who is closely linked to Toronto Network of armed proxy groups across the Middle East and and according to the United States he bore responsibility for hundreds of American deaths in a statement. asper said General Sulejmani was actively developing plans is to attack American diplomats and servicemembers in Iraq and throughout the region. This strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans earlier Iraqi militia officials and the country state TV channel announced that Sulejmani had been killed in an airstrike top Iraqi militia leader just outside the country's main main airport. The Iraqi Jamal Jaffar Ebrahimi. Who is better known by his nom-de-guerre Abu Madi Alma Handy's is closely associated with attacks on the US dating back to nineteen eighty to a video circulated by Shiite militia groups showed the crumpled wreckage of the vehicle in which Sulejmani was purportedly traveling accompanied by the sound of whaling? A photograph claim to show his bloodied ash strewn hand wearing the same blood. Red Ring seen earlier photos of him. Alive senior your officials with the popular mobilization forces an umbrella organization of Iran backed paramilitary groups lamented the death in messages circulating on WHATSAPP. May God accept them as martyrs in his vast mercy the chief spokesman of the P. M. F. said a US official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment on the record said the attack was conducted by US drone in struck a two-car convoy carrying Soleimani. And at least half a dozen others. Here's an access road near the Baghdad. International Airport the Iraqi government did not make an immediate comment about the attack despite a long period of increasing tension in between Iran and the trump administration. which has vowed a tougher stance on Toronto support for proxy groups? The attack against such a key figure in Iran security establishment and came as a surprise for many analysts in part because it was seen as likely to ignite a significant Iranian response number two in the weeks since a heart attack put his political future in doubt Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has reignited his presidential campaign. He's now making in a direct and sharp case against former vice president. Joe Biden in the final stretch. Before next month's Iowa caucuses in an interview in Des Moines. Sanders told my colleague Robert Costa that Biden's record and ties to the political establishment. Make him ill suited to defeat trump in November. Sanders urged urged Democrats to value voters appetite for sweeping change over Biden's perceived electability Sanders said quote. It's just a lot of baggage that JOE takes into a campaign which isn't going to create energy and excitement. He brings into this campaign a record which is so weak that it just cannot create the kind of excitement site and energy that is going to be needed to defeat Donald trump sanders focused on biden comes as sanders has recalibrated his efforts in Iowa where the February third caucuses will be a make or break moment for many campaigns. Not long ago few party strategists predicted sanders stood much of a chance at all with attention instead on Biden Mayor Buddha judge and Senator Elizabeth Warren but the seventy eight year old sanders has rolled out a new approach he favors town halls over the raucous rallies that defined his two thousand sixteen campaign. There is a little less talk of revolution. There is far more engagement with minority voters and everywhere he goes. He emphasizes voters anxiety about healthcare costs. If Sanders can pull off a win in Iowa his team believes he would storm to the New Hampshire primary with a burst of meant. wintom then carry that two Super Tuesday whereas campaign has made the California primary a priority positioning Vermont independent for possible long and bruising race against Biden has become increasingly central to sanders planning in part because his advisors see a fight for many of the same voters in the interview Sanders. Sanders said Biden's past backing of military intervention in Iraq would hurt him with young voters. He also cast Biden as part of the political elite cozy with Wall Street and unable to confront major financial institutions because of his support for the bank bailout in two thousand eight. The Biden campaign declined to comment finally number three president. Trump's decision to engage directly with Kim Jong UN was premised on the bet that three decades of US policy failure failures to contain North Korea's nuclear program could be reversed by skipping over lower-level diplomatic talks and starting at the top of its authoritarian regime but nineteen months after the two leaders first summit. The negotiations have broken down along the same. Sticking point past efforts that is how much sanctions nations relief. The United States is willing to offer in exchange for how much of its arsenal Pyongyang is willing to dismantle now. Pressure is mounting on trump to acknowledge college that his strategy has failed and to change course amid renewed warnings from Kim. This week that the north would soon unveil a new strategic weapon which analysts analysts said could mean a long range ballistic. Missile test diplomatic engagement has been dormant for months and the Kim regime frustrated by the stalemate has publicly rejected elected trump suggestion that the two leaders could soon meet for a fourth time for trump. The growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula suggest that Kim is increasingly in the driver's seat as the president has sought to promote his North Korea strategy as a foreign policy triumph in an election year through a flurry of short short range. Ballistic missile tests in the second half of two thousand nineteen and in a lengthy speech on New Year's Eve. The young dictator has made clear. He has continued to prioritize prioritize. The Nation's defense capabilities despite having announced a strategic shift toward economic development in two thousand eighteen in recent weeks trump's critics six including former national security adviser John Bolton and senators from both political parties have faulted his approach and implored him to take additional steps ranging ranging from new economic sanctions to pursuing an interim deal with Kim so far trump has refused to alter his course professing his personal rapport four with Kim remains positive and urging the North Korean leader not to violate that trust his mar-a-lago Golf Resort in Florida trump told reporters. I have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un. I know he's sending out certain messages about Christmas presents and I hope his Christmas present is a beautiful wonderful vs as opposed.
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"Qasem Soleimani we have all become general Soleimani I don't mercy be upon is the soul of general Sunday in the name of god and still monies vehicle was struck on an access road near Baghdad International Airport in a rock Ron supreme leader has promised a harsh retaliation is waiting for America and some Democrats are condemning president trump for authorizing the attack Bernie Sanders tweeting this when I voted against the war in Iraq in two thousand two I feared it would lead to greater destabilization of the region that fear unfortunately turned out to be true the US has lost approximately forty five hundred brave troops tens of thousands have been wounded and we've spent trillions entry Yang tweeting war with the rain is the last thing we need and it's not the will of the American people we should be acting to de escalate tensions and protect our people in the region meanwhile South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham told fox news this morning president trump's actions send a message to America's enemies around the world come after Americans on president trump's watch you do so at your peril all the things that fool fool money had done in the past for real but he's not there today because of what he did in the past is there today because he miscalculated for president trump would do regarding future attacks the US embassy in Baghdad is urging all Americans to leave a rock immediately the state department also issued a warning telling Americans not to approach the embassy in the Iraqi capital president trump tweeted this morning Arron never won a war but never lost a negotiation it's not exactly clear what the president meant by the tweet keep right here for the very latest on this developing story it is a pivotal day in court for the trump administration and its efforts to keep its former White House counsel from testifying before Congress as Democrats are demanding a three judge federal appeals court panel will hear oral arguments today on the justice department's claim that former White House counsel don McGann has absolute immunity against having to testify the ongoing inquiry into the impeachment of president trump the democratic led house won the case at the District Court level but is now trying to fend off efforts by the justice department to overturn that decision at the lower court level an appointee of president Obama ruled that completely excusing began from testifying would give president trump for any president monarch like powers that the framers of the constitution did not envision it's the news many cowboys fans have been waiting for ESPN reports of the Dallas Cowboys have decided to enter the twenty twenty season without Jason Garrett as the team's head coach a formal announcement is expected no later than tomorrow San Antonio may only have one to one major league sports team but the city is quickly cornering the market on major events the US army all American bowl which features the best high school players in the country has signed on for another four years in the Alamodome Iran Nierenberg says it reinforces San Antonio's images a destination city the most important challenges that any city has overcome when.