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Ties with Saudis at stake as US releases findings on killing
"There is already speculation on whether president Biden would impose some type of sanction against Saudi Arabia's crown prince once the intelligence community releases its report on the killing of U. S. journalist Jamal Khashoggi the journalistic critic of the Saudi kingdom was brutally killed in October of twenty eighteen after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul although the report had not been publicly released US intelligence agencies concluded it was likely prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing state department spokesman Ned price on what comes next with the report being declassified we will be in a position in before long to speak to steps to promote accountability going forward for this horrific crime president Biden who had vowed to crack down on the Saudi kingdom over the killing placed a call to king Salman but some lawmakers want sanctions Jackie Quinn Washington
Suit blames Saudi Arabia for attack at Florida military base
"A new lawsuit stemming from the deadly shooting attack at a Florida naval base in twenty nineteen alleges Saudi Arabian officials knew the gunmen had been radicalized but failed to stop him victims families and survivors of the twenty nineteen shooting attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola are suing the Saudi kingdom saying the deaths of three sailors could have been prevented they allege Saudi Air Force officer Muhammad Saeed al some runny had communicated with al Qaeda operatives before the attack their lawsuit alleges the gunman told fellow Saudi trainees at a dinner party he planned to carry out the shooting the next day none of them reported it now some runny died in the attack then president trump vowed to victims would get help from the Saudi kingdom but the lawsuit alleges that never happened Jackie Quinn Washington
US Help Gulf States Agree to Ease Relations With Qatar
"Deal between two important but feuding allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Jared Kushner, president Trump's son in law and adviser, was on hand for a signing ceremony in the Saudi kingdom. It marks the end to a three year rift that threatened to undermine U. S strategy in the Gulf region. NPR's Jackie Northam reports. They were warm hugs and handshakes, all while wearing masks as Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman created Cutter shake Tommen bin Hamad al family ahead of today's signing. Seen belied the deep animosity between the two countries since mid 2017 when Saudi Arabia announced the diplomatic trade and travel blockade against his tiny rich neighbor. Frederick Wary is with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The Saudis wanted to bring contact to its knees. The Saudis made at least a dozen demands of cutter and none of them to my knowledge were, you know fulfilled for asthma. Assad with George Washington University's Elliott School for International Affairs, says the Saudi Crown prince realized it was time to move on, especially with an incoming Biden administration that is promised to get tough with Saudi Arabia, Arabia. Clearly this is Part in parcel of turning the page. They are setting the table, so to speak for better relations with the incoming Bud Administration, But it was the Trump Administration that's been pushing to resolve the spat. Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Our allies in the U. S has a large military base in Qatar. The administration also wants to create a bulwark against Iran. Carnegie's wary doesn't buy it to say that the Gulf is going to be united against Iran that there's going to be this Impenetrable Gulf Sunni bloc now against Iran, because suddenly Qatar has been brought into the fold is just pure fantasy. I mean, the gulf has always been this united in terms of its outreach and policies toward Iran, and many of the issues that started the feud are still there. Hotter still has relations with Iran. Look sad with the Elliott School says it's not a sure thing. Today's deal will stick. The reporting is that the deal almost fell apart on Sunday in the U. S. Had to Jared Kushner personally had to intervene and work the phone lines. I think it's a testimony to have fragile it is even if tenuous, MCs odds, says the deal is a step in the right direction and will be welcomed in D. C. Jackie Northam. NPR news
Dissecting Trump's Twitter 'Diplomacy'
"Their Israeli for better unusually for worse no more enthusiastic proponent of twitter diplomacy in US President Donald Trump joining us now to dissect a representative few of trump's interestingly punctuated blurts. Is Brian Close political scientist. I author and Washington Post columnist by way of imbuing trump's tweets with a finesse. The ill deserve. They are read by foreign desk producer. You'll engulf on any and all grammatical infelicitous of the fault of the author not the narrator September fifteenth two thousand nineteen mystery missiles target. Saudi oilfields Saudi Arabia. Oil Supply was attacked. There's reason to believe that we know the culprit are locked and loaded depending on verification but are waiting to hear from the kingdom as to who they believe was the cause of this attack and under what terms we would proceed. This is amazing tweet because this is the second time that Donald Trump has issues locked and loaded. The first was when he was saying that he was about to attack North Korea. And it just shows you know the twitter diplomacy made on the fly where nobody believes what trump obsess anymore. You know that He. He is a saying who's behind the attack. People are questioning that and then you have. This claim that he's about to attack them which people again are questioning with good reason that his twitter threats are increasingly erratic and also unfounded and never backed up October. First two thousand seventeen reaching out to Kim Kim Jong UN being nasty Rotman hasn't worked in twenty five years. Why would it work now? Clinton failed. Bush failed and Obama failed. I won't fail. I love this tweet. For several reasons I is that he's has been nice to rocket man hasn't worked in twenty five years. Kim Jung took office in two thousand eleven. So penalized him when he was a child probably wasn't going to be a very fruitful way of conducting diplomacy anyway Clinton and Bush of course did not even deal with Kim Jong into any point and then the second layer of this of course is saying that being nice to him hasn't worked it won't work now. Well trump said that he was in love with Kim Jong Hoon after this tweet so I would classify that as being nice and then finally. I won't fail well. I mean what's happened. Since trump's multiple summits with Kim Jong is that Kim has gotten a massive boost international national profile and legitimacy by meeting with President without any preconditions and has simaltaneously ramped up the missile program and the nuclear capability which is the only point of involving involving Kim Jong UN and diplomacy so there are many many problems that tweets but my favorite one is the idea that trying to have diplomatic relations with a three year. Old Somehow didn't work. July thirtieth two thousand nineteen trade wars are good apparently and easy to win. China is doing very badly worst year in twenty seven was supposed supposed to start buying our agricultural product now no signs that they are doing so that is the problem with China they just don't come through. Our economy has become much much larger than the Chinese economy is last three years. Where do you start with the stuff of it? The idea that the US economy has eclipsed the Chinese economy in the last three years because because of trump is an amazing claim. And then the other thing. That's sort of unspoken this tweet but if you know trump's tweets really jumps out to you is the number of times that he contradicts himself so he constantly says things on twitter like China has just announced that they are going to be buying massive amounts of soybean from a great Patriot farmers and then a week or two who later. He has this tweet where he says. Effectively they're not actually doing it and then he'll come back and make the same claim again and so it's this sort of whiplash that twitter allows him to get away with because his base. Here's this they think okay China's now going to buy some soybeans well. The people in his twitter base are not the people who are actually selling soybeans. So they don't know if it's happened and they believe him and he can get away with it and this is where I think. Twitter diplomacy also bleeds into domestic politics. Where you end up having a lack lack of accountability because you can just shoot off a claim everybody moves on and then it's like it never happened when it's false? I think that the trade war stuff though is also indicative of how miscalculation can be very dangerous because China is actually reading these tweets trying to make not just sense of them but make policy based on them and they have no idea what it means. I mean it's riddled with Typos and grammatical errors. And then you know. They're they're scratching their their chins sort of saying will two weeks ago. He seemed to be happy with President. Then she now he's not and this causes again. Miscalculation which is I think the name of the game for twitter diplomacy July eighth two thousand nineteen some thoughts on Brexit and on the. UK's outgoing going. I'm blessed to the. US have been very critical about the way the UK and Prime Minister Theresa May Handle Brexit. What a mess? She and her representatives have created. I told her how it should be done but she decided to go another way. I didn't know the ambassador but he's not liked or well within the US we will no longer deal with him. The good news for the wonderful United Kingdom is that they will soon have a new prime minister. While I thoroughly enjoyed the magnificent state visit last month it was the queen who I was most impressed with so this tweet I think unveil some of the other problems with twitter when it comes to diplomacy and that is that statements of national importance is can be made without vetting. You know if there was actually communicate from the White House in the past this would have gone through a series of different advisors it would have been checked and the first instance in which trump trump tweeted about theresa. May He misspelled her name and accidentally tagged somebody with I believe one hundred sixty twitter followers. So you know. It's not exactly a crack team at the White House when it comes comes to twitter but then beyond this when he says she didn't go the way that I said what he's actually talking about according to the UK government is his suggestions that she sued the the European European Union as a way to solve brexit which his maybe it's ludicrous it's idiocy it's not going to work and then you have sort of the basic ignorance that comes out of these types of tweets. Were win actually. Trump arrives in the UK and gets pressed on various tweets though ask him questions and the followup about say is the NHS on the table the National Health Service on table in trade negotiations and he doesn't know what it is and this is again. You know this is the problem when you can make a statement you interfere in the affairs or politics of an allied country country and have no idea what. You're talking about October sixteenth two thousand eighteen taking Saudi Arabia's word for it just spoke with the Grand Prince of Saudi Arabia who totally denied any knowledge of what took place in their Turkish consulate. He was with Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo during the call and told me that he has already started and will rapidly. Expand fanned a full and complete investigation into this matter. Answers will be forthcoming shortly. This is of course about Jamal Kashogi who's a fellow columnists the Washington Post just before he was murdered and dismembered by the Saudi government which then led to a series of attempted cover ups by the Saudi government's with trump's help where he tried to sweep it under the rug. And and say you know they don't know anything about it and provide political cover to the Saudis and I think you know. This is the dark side of twitter where you can very quickly spread. What is clearly misinformation in pursuit of diplomatic relationship where trump clearly values for a variety of reasons whether it's strategic reasons or his financial conflicts of interest with the Saudi Kingdom? And you know a different president a pre twitter era first off would not have made the statement and secondly would have waited till the facts came out before staking the credibility of the White House on something something that was going to be very quickly debunked. I mean one of the famous examples during the Kashogi investigation was the idea that he had left the consulate. When the Saudis put a body double in clothes it was similar to Shoji's but forgot to change his shoes I mean it was amateur hour and for the US president in the White House to be affiliated with it because of such sporadic in a quick quick tweets was just embarrassing for the credibility of the United States August? Twenty of two thousand nine hundred an attempt at humor accompanied by a mockup of a trump trump casino on the Tundra. I promise not to do this degree land so this is a a photo shopped photo of trump property a trump hotel in greenland amongst a sort of sparse looking fishing village. And I think this is well is one of those moments where you have trump make a comment in the sort of real oh world right off off of cyberspace where he says. Maybe we'll buy greenland and then it sparks. This whole controversy of how Silva's claim is this proposal etc and and then he tries to make light of it as though it was a joke to begin with on twitter. But I think that this is also important in highlighting the risks of twitter in terms of photoshop or doctored images and trump did this with greenland as joke and there was obviously a joke. But there's other times where he's done and hasn't been a joke so he has sent tweets where they have basically doctored video video of Jim Acosta the CNN reporter who was temporarily banned from the White House looking more aggressive than he was because they speed it up his arm movement yeah right and this went throughout the conservative twitter sphere. Very very quickly. You can imagine something like that happening in diplomacy to. That's the big risk is that as deep technology for example fake videos that look very convincing or photo shopped images or any sort of disinformation campaign actually gets promoted by governments and by presidents presidents. That's where we answered very very dangerous territory and this type of stuff. I mean again when you think about the combination of Dr Video doctored images all being promoted by trump trump with no regard for the facts and the lack of credibility that he already has how much more dangerous it gets when you try to make sense of as a foreign diplomat Brian. Close thank you
Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing
"Saudi Arabia has sentenced five people to death for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi his show Jeez death last year inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul caused international outcry Saudi officials have consistently claimed his death was a mistake carried out by rogue agents but other investigations including one by the CI a and another one by the U. N. found evidence that the killing was the carefully premeditated execution the Saudi court whose proceedings were mostly conducted in secret also sent in several other men to prison but exonerated two senior aides to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin someone we're joined now they've been Hubbard at The New York Times welcome thank you do we have reasons to doubt the integrity of this particular verdict what's your sense well as a lot of people think outside of Saudi reboot after you're raising a lot of questions are there just the fact that it was held in secret they were you know they did let some local media in but no international media of certain you know that's just not a lot going on here in terms of international standards that would make people feel very confident that was a legitimate process truly trying to ascertain who was responsible for this killing and how they should be punished if that's the case what purpose do you think this verdict service for the Saudi kingdom well you know the sun is very interested in putting this behind them I think that they realize how how much of a black mark this was you know the verdict as it came out today very much lined up with the Saudi narrative which says that this was a very exceptional active reserve not trip planned this was a decision that was made sort of in the heat of the moment by the Saudi agents were on the ground and who had not been dispatched to kill and and have not been authorized to kill right and how does that narrative differ with the narratives emerging out of these other investigations investigations by the CI a bye bye Turkey by the U. N. we do not quite a lot about what happened and we know that there were fifteen agents from Saudi Arabia who flew in in the hours before Mr Shoji showed up to receive his paperwork work they spent time in the consulate preparing they had entire conversations before he arrived about his body about the size of its body whether or not pieces of it would fit in suitcases one of the agents referred to him as a sacrificial animal when they arrived at the consulate then there's sort of all the efforts that the Saudis put in afterwards to try to cover up the crime they brought in forensic and chemical experts to more or less forensically cleanse the crime scene on a huge huge amounts of effort to keep the the Turks from sort of figuring out exactly what happened and who did what and you reminding us that at least a team of fifteen Saudi agents are flown in a is stumbled who were involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi what do we know about whether all of those people have been held to account we know that five people have been sentenced to death we don't know their identities we know that more men have been sentenced to prison but we don't know if the fifteen Saudi agents are these people who now face penalties no well I mean we we have good reason to believe that the there were eleven who were on trial you have good reason to believe that these eleven were among the fifteen who were in the scandal I don't think we know exactly which eleven they they were right and you know we don't know which people did what I mean the date that the Saudis did say that the five who were given sentences today were the ones who were actually involved in the killing where as the three who were going to prison were involved in covering up the crime and violating other laws but other than that we have no detail exactly who these people are what exact role they played in this killing I want to read you something the U. N. investigator on yes Telemark wrote today she wrote bottom line the hit men are guilty sentenced to death the master minds not only walk free they have barely been touched by the investigation and the trial that is the antithesis of justice it is a mockery do you think that fairly sums up the vast majority of international reaction to this verdict today well I think it sums up a lot of the settlement in the past and you can write it states we've seen a lot of anger from various parts of the US government of with you know the extension of the White House elsewhere in the world I think there are plenty of other countries that do business with Saudi Arabia that are less concerned about you know pushing it on human rights you know the the the Russians don't probably care so much of the Chinese and plenty of other people so is this where the inquiry ends inside the Saudi justice system I mean is this the final word from the kingdom well I don't think it's the end of the Saudi judicial process this sentence was referred to as a preliminary rulings and so these can be appealed and then they can later go to the High Court before they're any executions they actually have to be approved by the king and so you'll just the Saudi legal process could go on for quite a long time okay for these particular individuals facing punishment now but with respect to additional individuals who have yet to be held to account could there be further repercussions it doesn't appear that there's any further investigation going on Saudi Arabia I mean I would be very surprised if you can give came out and said we have new information against new people and at this point I don't think there's a lot to expect from other other external process easy either I mean the the UN rapporteur he quoted earlier yeah she had called for an international investigation plenty of other people have there's just no I haven't really seen indicate any indication of these kinds of calls getting any momentum
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on The Corner
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"saudi kingdom" Discussed on The Corner
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A Look At The Book "Proof Of Conspiracy: How Trumps International Collusion Is Threatening American Democracy"
"About today the time I'm in the club is proof of conspiracy how trump international collusion is threatening American democracy but Seth Abramson this is from the introduction in late twenty fifteen after Donald Trump has formally announced his candidacy for president a geo political conspiracy emerges overseas whose keys participants are the leaders of Russia Israel Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt these six men decide that trump is the antidote to their ills for Russia US sanctions for Israel a lack of Arab allies for Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt perceived threats emanating from Iran the conspirators commit themselves to doing whatever is necessary to ensure that Donald Trump is elected trump's presidential campaign is aware of and benefits from this conspiracy both before and after the twenty sixteen election on March nineteen twenty eighteen British journalist David hers the former chief foreign lead writer leader writer for the guardian publishes the most important report of his career first at one time the Moscow bureau chief for the guardian is now editor in chief of his own publishing venture a London based Middle East watchdog called the Middle East hi in the spring of twenty eighteen he reports the existence of a years long continent spanning conspiracy that will eventually enveloped the president of the United States the Red Sea conspiracy this book dominates the gift excuse me denominators the conspiracy Hurston covers as the Red Sea conspiracy for the simple reason that is hatched on a yacht in the middle of the Red Sea a sea water in one of the Indian Ocean bordered by among other countries Saudi Arabia and Egypt one imagines that in as many years as a correspondent and commentator for The Scotsman the Huffington post al Jizerou L. era B. L. J. E. T. R. T. world which is Turkish Mostar al argon Egypt in the guardian hers never thought he'd stumble on a story is far reaching Ernest implications as the Red Sea conspiracy but he did and what he found could change the course of history this book chronicles the events around the globe that preceded and followed the fall twenty fifteen origin of the conspiracy with a special focus on how the conspiracy prompted Donald Trump and his aides allies and associates to covertly collude with six countries both before and after the twenty sixteen presidential election Russia Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Israel Bahrain and Egypt events that began on the Red Sea in twenty fifteen now influence president trump's foreign policy toward all of these countries toward other countries not involved in the conspiracy such as Qatar and Iran and more broadly toward Europe Asia and the Middle East the story of the Reds B. C. conspiracy begins with the ends of a man named George Nader as reported by Hearst in the Middle East I toward the end of twenty fifteen Nader than an adviser to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin is I eat L. Nayan known as M. B. Z. convene with his patrons permission a summit of some of the middle east's most powerful leaders gather on a boat in the Red Sea in the fall of twenty fifteen or Mohammed bin psalm one known as M. B. S. deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia who shortly become the heir apparent to the throne of the Saudi kingdom MZ be himself by twenty fifteen the de facto ruler of the United Arab Emirates del photon LCC the president of Egypt prince Salman bin hammam the crown prince of Bahrain Ken king Abdul of the second of Jordan Nader the improbable maestro of these rulers clandestine get together intended the plan he posed to the man to include the nation of Libya but no representative from that nation attended the gathering of the leaders aboard the yacht to M. B. S. and NBC are already close according to a New Yorker interview with Richard a Clarke a counterterrorism adviser to president Barack Obama George W. bush and B. S. and M. V. easy quote talk on the phone all day to each other and quote the Red Sea meeting although technically convened by nature is a means for MZ and be easy to advance ambitions that he and M. B. S. have designed together the two sunny leaders intention Hearst records is to remake the Middle East with the covert assistance of a highly placed American politician they intend to do this by first renaming and reconstituting the owner the membership of the six member Gulf cooperation council GCC which in twenty fifteen comprises Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain Kuwait Oman and Qatar what reorienting to its regional ambitions and global alliances I was G. C. C. realignment with Victor Kuwait Oman and Qatar from the council and replace these three countries with Egypt Jordan and Libya thereby eliminating the entities historical association with the Persian Gulf and remaking remaking it as instead and alliance constituting quote an elite regional group of six countries which would supplant the GCC and form the nucleus of a coalition of pro U. S. and pro Israeli states in the Middle East and quote according to two sources briefed on the twenty fifteen Red Sea summit quote Nader said this group of states could become a force in the region that the United States government could depend on to counter the influence of Turkey and Iran and quote the twenty fifteen Turkey
Saudi Aramco kick-starts what could be world's biggest IPO, offers scant details
"Saudi oil company Aramco is getting the go ahead for a stock listing for the world's biggest IPO state news and Saudi Arabia's says on oil markets regulator has issued a resolution approving a ram because application for registration an offering of part of its shares the report said Aramco would release the prospectus for its listing on November tenth the sale could value the company up to one point seven trillion dollars and would raise billions of dollars for the Saudi kingdom Aramco services in Houston is part of that
Trump authorizes use of emergency oil reserve after Saudi attacks
"US officials are condemning the attack on the Saudi Arabian oil fields some of whom blame Iran for the attacks there's no official word from the Saudi kingdom concerning who would they think direct chief oil analyst for gasbuddy dot com Patrick DeHaan says that president trump's decision to tap U. S. oil reserves may have been unexpected I think it's certainly spells out the gravity of the situation that on the US president is so quickly making available the strategic petroleum reserve I would say that's fairly unusual and unprecedented to see such a a quick offering here but I think the White House is very interested in calming frayed nerves the energy secretary Rick Perry condemned what he called Iran's attack on Saudi
Saudi Arabia allows women to travel without male consent
"Now living in Saudi Arabia will no longer need the permission of a male guardian to travel that's if they are over the age of twenty one this will give them the same trouble rights as the men concert homage is also off in the land of invisible woman a female doctors journey in the Saudi kingdom and she gave me her reaction it's going to transform millions of lines and it's going to transform the lives not only of women and girls that again to grow up and have the same rights and access of mobility as that prizes but it's going to also transform the lives of men because women will become more economically independent momo file I had female colleagues why was a physician in society can give a calling he was a vascular surgeon he'd have to seek permission from her father if you could go to an academic conference in North America something that's inconceivable to me from throughout my adult so it's going to liberate women it's going to make the economy momo vile and is going to make the world become more aware of who's a Saudi woman is in in a realistic way I'm not a calorie controlled way and I think that's very important in the kingdom so it it basically it seems to be opening up a little bit more it's it's almost as if this is Saudi Arabia changing to increase the attraction to the tourists to come to this country because it it's economically more viable for them in the future so I think number one the change is not happening slowly the changes happening at lightening speed I've had several Saudis tell me that they feel it's almost too fast and that's from my very liberal and
Senate votes to end American aid to Saudi war in Yemen
"The president's been delta congressional blow to his plans to end support for the. Saudi led coalition in the war in Yemen. CBS news Bill Rakoff reports. The Republican led Senate has approved a resolution that would end US support for the war in Yemen. It's a rebuke by members of the president's own party over his policy toward the Saudi kingdom. The vote today was fifty four to forty six in favor of the so-called resolution of disapproval which seeks to stop the US military from any involvement in the conflict including providing targeting support for Saudi airstrikes without authorization from
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Starbucks after the biggest single day loss in three months for oil futures yesterday. Crude futures are bouncing around the flat line this morning up about a dime to sixty six and a half dollars a barrel. Worries about slowing demand and promise from Saudi Arabia that it will keep the global markets supplied weighed on oil prices yesterday sock futures began the early morning deeply in the rabbit. Early losses have been cut almost in half. Now has to be futures down sixteen points. Nasdaq futures down Forty-six Dow futures down. One hundred fourteen business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour. Amanda wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ. News time seven oh nine the future investment initiative. Summit in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia is in full swing today. Some of the world's top business leaders in attendance later this morning Saudi Arabia's crown prince Salman is expected to address the conference in his first public speech since the killing of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi. Meanwhile, Secretary of state by Tom peyot is promising that the US is taking appropriate action against Saudi Arabia in response to that killing by considering sanctions on those responsible and revoking visas while at the same time preserving the relationship with the Saudi kingdom secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, call Jamal kashogi death, a ruthless act the violence and said the United States would not tolerate it. We have identified at least some of the individuals responsible, including those in the intelligence services, the Royal court, the foreign ministry and other Saudi ministries who we suspect. To have been involved in Mr. Khashoggi's, death, and while Pompeo says the United States intends to hold those responsible accountable. We continue to maintain a strong partnership with the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Neither the president nor I am happy with the situation. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. It was a wild night on the weather front and in Wakefield crews have been dealing with a huge fire seven alarm blaze which decimated a centuries old church. WBZ's Bernice Corpuz has outside the remnants of the First Baptist Church. This morning. Good morning. Josh bell as the sky turns a little brighter. You can clearly see the charred frames of the church steeple firefighters are still here. Dousing some of the hot spots inside. We're now roughly twelve hours after this fire started witnesses say the flames spread quickly after seeing a lightning strike the First Baptist Church during last night's storm this morning. Many local residents have stopped by take a look at what's left of this one hundred fifty year old church. It is a white building. That's been a landmark of the downtown area. Now, it's one hundred eighty foot steeple is gone..
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"What more can you tell us about what you know. Well, I got a detailed briefing from the intelligence community about what they know what they can tell us at this point in why can't go into the substance of it. I can tell you, I, I don't find this Saturday count credible at all. There's simply no way they dispatched a team of this large and that kashogi engaged in some kind of a brawl with them unless he was merely fighting for his life. But I think we can see where this is headed. Ultimately, the president is going to accept the crown prince's denials, but it's hard for me to imagine that these orders would have been carried out without the knowledge of the crown prince. I think this ought to be a relationship altering event for the US and Saudi Arabia that we ought to suspend military sales. We ought to suspend certain security assistance, and we ought to impose sanctions on any of those that were directly involved in this murder. This really ought to be something that causes us to do a reexamination of our relationship with Saudi array. Abia, you agree with that congressman king. I believe that first of all, the president should go all the way on this. As far as this is the first step. That's all it is. It's really not a believable. First, step important. He gives admitting that he was killed when he was in that custody. There's no way that one person basically an overweight civilian has to be killed when you facing up to twelve or fifteen professionals, they could have brought him down in a matter of seconds without causing any physical harm at all. So obviously, there was an intent, I believe to kill him a simple one number two, though we do have a relationship with Saudi Arabia that we should try to maintain during the Obama administration. I led the fight in the house to allow nine eleven families is sue Saudi Arabia President Obama. Ford is every step of the way we had to override his veto. So all presents wants to maintain some sort of relationship. But we're adamant I, I think category is that relationship cannot allow savagery such as this. So I would ask the president to try to thread the needle here one to whether it involves imposing sanctions whether it involves delaying arm sales, making. Click on statement of condemnation at the end, but still not hurt shelves because the Saudis do provide very effective intelligence. They are a bulwark against Iran and the having to work closely with Israel. You put all that together. We have to try to balance the world who's not that simple. But again, what happened here was savagery and we can't go along with debt cover stories. So since so congressman Schiff that led guess the question, if you're trying to balance this out, thread the needle. If the crown prince was indeed behind it. And by most accounts, he is the real power behind the throne in Saudi Arabia right now can the US work with him. Well, look, we're never going to know exactly what took place in terms of the crown prince's marching orders for this group. Unless we get a confession from the crown prince which is not going to happen. The folks that were involved in this murder aren't going to be speaking out, so we're never going to have absolute certainty is for that reason. I think that the president is going to accept the crown prince's denials much as he's accepted, Putin's denials and Kim's denials. So I think that's the reality, but nonetheless we can, I think, deal very seriously with this and send a message to the crown prints that we're not going to tolerate the murder of journalists. We're not gonna tolerate these extrajudicial and extraterritorial killings and it will have a real consequence. I think part of why we are where we are is that we have essentially delivered a message through the Trump family that it's carte blanche for the Saudi family. They can do what they want where they want, and the US will never stand up to them. And that kind of policy has got to come to an end. Other Democrats, congressman king of said, part of the reason for that is that the Trump organization, the Trump family is actually profiting from their ties to the Saudis, should the president release all information related to his financial ties to the Saudi Kingdom..
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pharmacy will deliver your prescriptions your grocery store, we'll even drop off your groceries and in Massachusetts, you might soon be able to get pot delivered to your doorstep. The idea proposed by cannabis control Commissioner Britain McBride she's under her proposal. Locally owned micro-businesses. The growing process limited amounts of marijuana would handle the delivery, it allows the commission to put into place a strong. Regulatory structure around delivery to make sure that we are able to enforce those regulations. So at some point in time, maybe expanded the plan still needs formal approval by the commission. Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. There's a new twist in the investigation into missing and apparently dead Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi. Turkish officials say has remains may have been taken to a forest outside. It's done bull or to another city after his suspected murderer inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. President Trump says it certainly looks as though kashogi is dead, and he threatens very severe consequences. If ties to Saudi prince Salman are proven to be true CBS's Errol Barnett looks at the options under discussion. Some Republican senators have suggested already that the US could do a number of things if if we do find out that the Saudi Royal family was linked to this alleged murder in any way that includes expelling Saudi diplomats from here in the US enforcing a UN reser. Solution that would effectively criticize the Saudi kingdom's behavior. Congressman Jim McGovern tells WBZ the time is coming for the US to take some kind of action and the kashogi case the Saudi government has been guilty of human rights abuses against their own people for years, they're engaged in a war where they're killing civilians. They bombed a school bus filled with children. So I mean at some point the United States covering has to take a stand and has to say that human rights matters. President is not going to do it that I want congress to have a debate and a vote on my Bill and his Bill would essentially cancel any future armed ship or a to Saudi Arabia bipartisan Bill now making its.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Dallas SESAR FM HD two Fort Worth KLIF dot com. Questions Saudi investigation. I'm Mike moss. Was there collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and did the president obstruct Justice to block the investigation. The two critical questions before special counsel. Robert muller. Bloomberg reports we may get answers to those questions shortly after the midterm elections. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the US has to be sure of the facts about the disappearance and suspected killing of a Saudi journalist before deciding what to do. But Senator Chris coons says the president needs to take a firm stand. If he was killed by the Saudi if he's waiting for the outcome of the investigation. That's fine. But as soon as there is credible intelligence, which frankly, I've reason to believe there already is that the Saudis Hattie strong hand in this matter that he needs to begin assembling an international coalition to reexamine our relationship with the Saudi kingdom. If that's where the evidence ultimately points a week after. Hurricane Michael slammed. The Florida panhandle. The number of dead continues to rise corresponded, Morton savage reports. The number killed us now at twenty nine it's communications improved. So that's allowed reporting factors to come in. With the newer numbers that on top of that you've got more people getting into more places. The search and recovery teams have been able to clear more debris in the. Lastly, you've got people returning in some cases to neighborhoods, and they too are making those discoveries. More rain expected in south central Texas today meteorologist, Jennifer gray reports him already flooded areas of Austin could see more river really shot up about thirty feet between Monday and Tuesday. It has gone down quite a bit. But it is expected to rain still today. So the threat of the water going back up is definitely one has been killed in Texas flooding Russia's top investigative body says an eighteen year old student opened fire at a college in Crimea killing eighteen wounding forty before taking his own life. The Dow down one hundred five I'm Mike moss. Email phishing attacks cost businesses billions annually in real cash, data loss and brand damage phishing..
Graham pledges to 'sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia'
"Republican US Senator Lindsey Graham says he blames the very top of the Saudi kingdom. There are plenty of people in Saudi Arabia that we could have a good relationship with. But if the crown prince stays in power, it will be almost impossible to reconstruct this relationship at a time both of us needed. The Republican Senator Graham speaking on Fox News at night.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In European equities are higher after a mixed session in Asia five. Oh, one on Wall Street. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s&p futures are up not and a half points. Dow futures up sixty nine NASDAQ futures up thirty eight the Dax in Germany's up a quarter percent. Cac in Paris up two tenths percent footsie one hundred down two tenths percent. Nikkei twenty-five Japan jumped one and a quarter percent while the Hang Seng in Hong Kong was less than a tenth of a percent. Ten year treasury down three thirty seconds. Yeah. Three point one six percent yield on the two year two point eight six percents. Nymex crude oil down six tenths percent or forty six cents to seventy one thirty two a barrel. Comex gold up two tenths percent a dollar ninety two twelve thirty to twenty an ounce. The euro is at a dollar fifteen eighty six in the yen won twelve point one one Nathan we begin with the latest fallout over the disappearance of that Saudi journalist Saudi Arabia appears to be in damage control mode. With CNN saying it's preparing to say Jamal kashogi died in a botched investigation. Bloomberg's Zanab Fata has more on that report from Dubai. They will say that he died that wasn't interrogation. They did not intend to kill him. This was not approved by the high level within the Royal court. They may say this or they may come out and hold firm to that old story. Which is they don't know remains to be seen Saudi Arabia's benchmark stock index fell more than three percent when it opened today and business leaders are pulling out of an upcoming Saudi investment conference in droves. Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the latest. Good morning. John. Good morning. Karen executives from Google J. P Morgan Ford Motor Airbus Blackstone, KKR black rock Bain capital. Uber. Viacom MasterCard and HP are among those choosing not to attend the event. Microsoft is monitoring the situation with the CEO such Adele expressing concern about what this will mean for the. Saudi kingdom. I think a real step back because I was very hopeful for Saudi Arabia in terms of the opportunity for the citizens. There. The women Saudi Arabia and the small businesses as reforms were going to be put in place. President Trump is uncertain. Whether his administration will take part in the Saudi conference saying the Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin will decide by Friday, whether to attend Bloomberg is also among media partners that have pulled out of the event. John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak Nathan, John. Thanks very much. It was a mixed session for stocks in Asia today with Japan outperforming and Chinese equities continuing their slump. Bloomberg's Juliette Sally has details. Good morning Nathan. And Karen, it was a by the dip scenario in Asia. The Asia Pacific index pushed higher by gains in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Australia, and Taiwan. While Judy has remained amongst traders in my land, China the topics index climbed point seven of one percent rebounding from its lowest level since March while the CSI three hundred closed down by eight tenths of one. Percent in China to thirty one hundred points to remain at its lowest level since the Brexit vote in June twenty-sixth sixteen but trading volumes across Asia will low ahead of a public holiday Wednesday in Hong Kong, Juliet Solly, Bloomberg daybreak. Juliette? Thank you. Meanwhile, in China consumer inflation, accelerated for a fourth a month in September, Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis reports from Hong Kong CPI rose two and a half percent from year earlier in line with a Bloomberg survey of economists and faster than the two point three percent report in August food prices jumped the most since February, but the rise in other household costs slowed the PPI was up three point six percent down from the previous four point one percent. Now that slowdown a factory prices will hurt company profits or a growth is weaker. In Hong Kong, I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak..
Saudi Consulate, Saudi Arabia and Jamal Khashoggi discussed on NPR News Now
"Meanwhile, Turkish media is. Airing surveillance video of missing writer, Jamal Khashoggi walking into the Saudi consulate in his stunned bull, but doesn't show him leaving the footage purports to show a team of Saudis arriving in Istanbul. The day he went missing. It also shows a black Mercedes van leaving the Saudi consulate after he entered and the team checking out and departing the country. Later that night, Saudi Arabia remained silent as the images played across television networks in Turkey and around the world. Saudi kingdom is under pressure. Amid growing international concern
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The world also happens to be the closest us ally in the arab world early the 1980s 1990s i met intolerant and violent young men in pakistan and afghanistan were trained to hate westerners in saudi schools in two thousand one i saw my own nation convulsed by an attack on september eleven through is perpetrated mostly by saudis not hard to connect the dots beyond the spread of the solid saudi intolerant ideology of wahabism the creation of al qaeda and the islamic state and the attacks in new york paris brussels and san bernardino you can also connect the dots between saudi arabia and the failure of some of the historic uprisings associated with the arab spring since the saudi monarch he did not want calls for democracy grip it to threaten its own grip on power i was in bahrain after saudi tanks crushed the inspiring grassroots encampment in parole square were tens of thousands gathered day after day to demand democracy i will never forget the excitement of being in pottier square during the egyptian revolution in watching a gasp at gassed as a military coup backed by the saudis with some forty thousand activists behind bars in yemen the saudis took a direct military role in that nation's internal conflict with a ruthless bombing m but i travel overseas people often ask me why saudi arabia a country that is so repressive internally and overseas is such a close ally to the united states iranian friends wanna know why the us government is so outspoken about human rights violations in iran but silent about the worst abuses in the saudi kingdom manning's on ask why my government supplies weapons to the very nation saudi arabia the bomb their schools and hospital saudi women ask why the united states which professes great democratic values props up a regime that treats women.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"A strip lives on written by two of water sucks i'm to john's and i'm denise pellegrini from bloomberg world headquarters investors are keeping an eye on developments said wynn resorts shares fell more than ten percent friday on board of those sexual harassment allegations against founder steve win win is now stepping down as finance chair of the republican national committee and bloomberg's clinton harrison says for investors the sexual harassment charges may be hard to shake when's the public company conceptual about how a casino magnate on it but you know the ceo lava companies is is quite a different matter we can support of directors has formed a committee of independent directors to investigate the allegations saudi billionaire prince alwalid bin to allow has been freed following a protracted detention during a corruption crackdown and bloomberg's vivian near i'm in riyadh says a senior government official says prince al walid has returned home after reaching a settlement with authorities we do not know very much at all about that settlement we know that he will retain control out his company what it called kingdom holding which owned they can pretty group at twitter and a lot of other really big international name but we don't wanna know if there will be any ownership transfers of that or he's a given any money or fish than anything else and agreed to between him and the government there's not been a great deal of transparency i'm not prince alwaleed is said to have been under detention at the ritz carlton hotel since november and watch for word on president trump's infrastructure plans at this tuesday's state of the union address the president's also expected to highlight his administration's protectionist trade policies and how he is helping retain us jobs but we're told the president will not use the address to announce any formal intent to withdraw from the north american free trade agreement nafta talks are currently ongoing in montreal and key lobbying groups have been voicing their support for the agreement global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in new york i'm.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The adult film star with alleged ties to president trump is scheduled to be interviewed the same night as an important speech stormy daniels will be a guest on abc's jimmy kimmel tuesday january thirty of which is the same night president trump delivers his state of the union address daniels is in the news following reports that she had an affair with the future president in two thousand six the wall street journal reported the president trump's lawyer arranged a payment to daniels to prevent her from talking about an encounter between her and the president that allegedly occurred before the two thousand sixteen presidential election i'm mike cremedas what would a google created platform for local news content looked like it would look like bulletin an app at the company is trying out into cities minneapolis introduced this week to residents have nashville tennessee in oakland california bulletin led to users post stories about ddos and videos about local happenings from their phones and share them through search tools and social media i mean cates oil aura and i'm denise pellegrini from bloomberg world headquarters investors are keeping an eye on developments at wynn resorts shares fell more than ten prison friday on word of sexual harassment allegations against founders steve wynn politicos reporting that wynn is stepping down as finance chair the republican national committee and bloomberg's creatine harrison says for investors the problem may be hard to shake wants a public company new inconsiderate wilbur our casino magnet edberg near the ceos other companies is is quite a different matter winds board of directors has formed a committee of independent directors to investigate the allegations saudi billionaire prince alwalid bin talal has been freed following a protracted detention during a corruption crackdown and bloomberg's vivian near i'm in riyadh says a senior government official says prince walid has returned home after reaching a settlement with authorities we do not know very much at all about that settlement we know that you will retain control of his company which is called kingdom holding which owns caixin citi group at twitter and a lot of other really bega international name but we don't wanna know if there will be any ownership transfers of that or he given any money or fish and anything else that's been agreed to between him and the government there's not been a great deal of transparency on that prince alwaleed is said to have been under detention at.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A probe has been launched to the michigan state university's handling of sexual abuse claims michigan's attorney general bill schuette's my department in this investigation will find out who knew what in win who took action who failed to take action what did or did not happen and what should have happened efforts are underway on capitol hill to protect special counsel robert muller for being ousted by president trump correspondent poor sanchez reports to measures are on the table the biggest difference between the two bills is that one of them requires that the attorney general would have to get approval from a threejudge panel before firing special counsel the other makes it so that if fired a special council could then dispute the firing before a threejudge panel as well republican senator charles grassley says he is urging the president to leave muller alone and that the russia investigation run its course i'm anne cates and i'm denise pellegrini from bloomberg world headquarters investors are keeping an eye on developments at wynn resorts that's after shares fell more than ten percent friday and were to those sexual harassment allegations against founder steve wynn bloomberg's clinton harrison says for investors the issue may go beyond taking a closer look at casino culture waves of public company new in concert with your willpower casino magnate ought to behave but near the ceo of companies is is quite a different matter the board of directors of wynn resorts has met and formed a special committee it's comprised of independent directors they're investigating the allegations saudi billionaire prince alwalid bin talal has been freed following a protracted detention during a controversial crackdown on corruption bloomberg's vivian near i'm in riyadh says a senior government official says prince alwaleed has returned home after reaching a settlement with authorities we do not know very much at all about that settlement we know that you will retain control of his company which is called kingdom holding which owned bacon citi group at twitter and a lot of other really bega international name but we don't know if there will be any ownership transfers of that or he's a given any money or fish than anything else that's been agreed to between him and the government there's not been a great deal of transparency on that prince alwaleed is said to have been under detention at the ritz carlton hotels since.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the requirements insurance and it would leave thirteen million more people uncover that's because health people are likely to drop out of the market leaving sicker people to pay more the vatican's giving up eleven million dollars a year in uh uh workers here today it announced it would no longer sell cigarettes in its dutyfree shop and super mark get saudi arabia's advising its citizens against traveling to lebanon with security a real concern lebanese prime minister saad alhariri resign over the weekend he announced it while he was in saudi arabia fuelling speculation knees people that the saudi kingdom force eleven leader to resign here's peers with sherlock assadhariri yet in nation speech that he was stepping down to protest outside interference in the chinese politics he pointed neeson who support the powerful lebanese group hezbollah but hariri delivered his speech from saudi arabia now royal family actually fulst hariri to step down iran and saudi arabia a rival powers in the region this decision puts lebanon at the front line of this rivalry nick asda 128 this is npr news eight forty three now in time for a listener perspective if anyone should be able to exercise neutral objectivity it should be a professional mediator like richard friedlander buddy says it's easier said than done an urban legend tells us that anything that happens to you has also happened on seinfeld which is quite something for show that was about nothing the same could be said of mediation not that it's about nothing but the problems of communication also visit seinfeld learning media trade and a community setting a sacred cow mood that mediators had to share the same ethnic or gender the parties to mediate a dispute to me this was utter nonsense after all mediation as the belief the parties can settle disputes by themselves that what counts is the mediators ability to listen categorising is relevant and after all mediators are neutral if i ever believed that categorising didn't matter i was being naive people are inclined to believe someone of their own background will understand them better than outsider and john no mediator profiling also has a major build since it's something we've never kgb without thought a precondition to reducing the world to a manageable size since i can't read every book of uh the unwitting shadow cast by an author's name photograph or bio i find hard.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To root out corruption because that's been a longstanding problem in the saudi kingdom uh but it's unclear if he's doing this just as a figleaf uh for regon political benefit or future really serious about longterm our program to root out corruption uh but he should be given uh who have done a third of dough when it comes to route vision of the future for saudi arabia he's so good he wants to see you return to a more moderate islam which would be a good thing not only for saudi arabia booked for the you were senator john lars uh too often confront uh outgrowth of this kind of a saudi or radical islam and other parts of the world are he also been behind the campaign to liberal ours be uh internal laws in saudi oil kingdom and allow or woman to work to drive cars are liberal laws rules on entertain luke including permitting more movie concerts are you trying to appeal to saudi ya people of it stoked frozen out of the system uh because you don't see the economic benefits to uh members through the royal family do so i think he's trying to position himself kind of a soak up populace of crown prince who's gonna try to leave hugo or leader revolution from above of that would strengthen uh luke the saudi royal family of along wrong james phillips senior research fellow for middle eastern affairs and the old national mack newsmaker hotline i appreciate take it preach at you take him time sir thank you so much thank you we're going to get into what's next with president trump on this trip to asia ends what about the woman who gave president trump the middle finger all that's the story you gotta here i'm tony cats i just keep hearing repeal replace royal air places he'll or place and repeal and replace repealing and replacing replace reveal repeals obama care executive order lifts sorting that process signed today to finish the repeal and replace obamacare he story matters every jackie and often the.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Face of what what of nece up in this country aha he's gone after trump divisiveness from the top he i think he's sticking his big big sides fourteen foot right newest mouth that's what i think aaron rogers is doing a five five forty laura divisiveness from the top burak obama was the most divisive president in my lifetime now i know the left told him up as an icon but if you're a christian conservative uh if you're a woman and you voted for trump he has got his wife out there now trash you saying you only do things because people tell you to do it i e yours stupid you didn't go to harvard and columbia and all these years stupid because you voted for trump says michelle she member she's out of the bubble now the white house member she used to call the bubble l was so hard to be in the bubble speaking of tom at tom price his private jet fleiss hhs secretary i told my staff over at lifeset i want to see the list of the flights that michelle in the kids took on spring break on the government aircraft guy because i talked about that for eight years or worse the the saudi the saudi kingdom family 747 the flu aspen every year for chris let's talk about that okay so i'll give me this the most divisive aaron rodgers and then aaron rodgers it's is it so he's tried it once was also thinking about was big thinkers oh yeah yeah he sees such a big you know also bigger aaron rodgers he's probably like i need my all lined with man i need my line ira mile line and discus saksak acts act offensive lies like you better be speaking out for us dude they don't play green bay this fans the there i'm telling you i'm telling you what this is not a good deal for them they are still not getting it this is what he said about sports mixing with politics now want after you hear this we'll take a break i don't want to take up this whole sigmund this but i i do want to hear from you do you.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The face of what what of nece up in this country aha he's going after trump divisiveness from the top see i think he's in his big vic size fourteen foot right news mouth that's what i think aaron rogers is doing eight five five forty laura divisiveness from the top barack obama was the most divisive president in my lifetime now i know the left told them up as an icon but if you're a christian conservative if you're a woman and you voted for trump he has got his wife out there now trashing you saying you only do things coz people tell you to do it i e yours stupid you didn't go to harvard and columbia and all these schools years stupidity 'cause you voted for trump says michelle sh member she's out of the bubble now the white house member she used to call the bubble l was so hard to be in the bubble speaking of tom it tom price is private jets lies hhs secretary i told my staff over at lifeset i want to see the list of the flights that michelle in the kids took on spring break on the government aircraft guy 'cause i talked about that for eight years or worse that the saudi the saudi kingdom family 747 the flu aspen every year for chris let's talk about that okay so i'll give me this the most divisive aaron rodgers and then aaron rogers is is so he's tried it everybody you know what i was also thinking about thinkers oh yeah yeah he's see such a big intially i let you know also bigger aaron rodgers he's probably like i need my all lined with me i knew my old line iron mile line discus sex acts accent exact offensive lies like you very big enough for us did they don't play green bay this fans the there i'm telling you i'm telling you what this is not a good deal for them they are still not getting it this is what he said about sports mixing with politics now want after you hear this we'll take a break i don't wanna take of this whole segment this but i i do want to hear from you do you agree with aaron rogers i.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on KOIL
"Saudi the saudi kingdom family 747 the flu aspen every year chris let's talk about that okay so i'll give me this the most divisive aaron rodgers and then aaron rogers is is is so he's trying to be once you know what i was also thinking about thinkers he sees such a big you know it is also bigger aaron rodgers he's probably arc i need my all lined with man i mean my old lyme iron mile line discus saksak's accent exact offensive lies like you're gonna be speaking out for us dude they don't play green bay those fans the there i'm telling you i'm telling you what this is not a good deal for them they are still not getting it this is what he said about sports mixing with politics now want after you hear this we'll take a break i don't want to take up the whole sigmund this but i i do want to hear from you do you agree with aaron rodgers i guess who he fancies himself jackie robinson now i am the football in the foot in the football sport is he jackie robinson he's so brave as much as some people want us to shut up employ football yeah exactly and keep the politics of the politics um sports and politics have always intersect and if we can help continue our conversation what conversely demonstration of unity tonight i think that's a good thing what's a cut what conversation does aaron rogers want to have a we can talk about affirmative action in the in the nfl i don't think the nfl's diverse enough for we can have affirmative action which conversation are we going to have or you'd have conversation about crime rates in chicago detroit detroit fatherlessness are we going to have a conversation about how the economic growth during the last eight years pretraab was so in me mick that we had no wage increases in wages were effectively the same rate as they were 1999 gonna talk about that by a talk about in talk about who washes you're bent way on.
"saudi kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Need to start your day let's get a check of the top headlines though way that daybreak editor richard mcauley whose life force from hong kong carolina was just mentioning oil rich and we'll get a start on that note the saudi government is aiming for a 2018 ipo of that saudi aramco but it's now making contingency plans it seems for delay into 2019 what does this mean then four for the saudi kingdom at what does that mean for saudi aramco whoa essentially looks like the the the government is looking at the end of 2018 in the second half of its 102 saudi aramco itself said the lord is on track as well but it didn't as she give a timeframe for people familiar who've told bloomberg the key decisions regarding the ipo have yet to be made some of these key decisions are those the needs to take place before other moves cannot so the happen this is really telling some people the likelihood of that 2018 ipo is is really narrowing mm yeah it's a great reporting on this of course oh up on your bloomberg if it will the oil news reported by having a blast this story what kind of decisions that we talking about here well one key one is is saudi arabia is still yet to decide where it's going to this the says of her i'm co other than in riyadh itself we understand is probably not going to make an announcement on that as well until late october and as such the delay to announcing wits exchanges listing on of course calls is a delay in the following preparatory work as a story these cells it it it really reduces the likelihood that this is going to happen with around a year now another story that daybreak is looking at today richard is how president trump has blocked the chinese backed baid for the us semiconductor company lapses set talk is through the is here and what exactly has happened well this was a bit of an obscure story time we spoke about a few weeks ago now on the surface the deal is actually between the us private equity firm canyon brits capital a us target lattice semiconductor now the problem is that canyon breaches backed by a chinese stateowned us that man and the that sets off a probe by a panel.