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More than 100 Black leaders and celebrities urge Biden to pick Black woman as VP

The Breakfast Club

01:30 min | Last month

More than 100 Black leaders and celebrities urge Biden to pick Black woman as VP

"Just joined us we were talking about Joe Biden asked all the men I just want to make sure before we do this topic. You're no longer con us. His secretary defense, Correct. Oh, shut up. Will you keep you keep playing? OK, I keep telling you stop playing with that That man But no What we're really disgusting is Joe Biden and who he's gonna pick is already mate. I'm sure he's probably already made his decision. Maybe what happened last week without all of the sisters he's saying he wants to be on the ticket reports came out that he met Gretchen Whitmer, governor of Michigan, about the VP position. Face to face. You haven't heard any stories of him meeting face to face with any assistance. All you've seen on the black women was bad press. So last week over 700 black women wrote a letter to Biden to speak out against the blatant disrespect black women. Even during this process, so us is black men decided to stand with them. And we wrote our own letter that came out yesterday. A lot of different people wrote letters. Though I saw Ah African American activist in Michigan and the DNC chair of the Black Caucus, Virgie Rollers in Michigan. They wrote a letter and he said Joe Biden better pick a black woman. If he picks Gretchen Whitman. He'll lose Michigan. I thought Joan but Nazi who writes for the Boston Globe, she's a white woman, she said. How many insults of black voters supposed to take him? Joe Biden at this point Wouldn't a failure to select a black woman is his running mate, Be the ultimate insult, and I agree with each and every one of them not screaming at. You have to have a black woman VP for months. Now, let

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Top election security official details past, current and future threats

Morning Edition

09:02 min | 8 months ago

Top election security official details past, current and future threats

"Will the twenty twenty elections be secure from interference either foreign or domestic yesterday I asked you shall be Pearson she is the first ever intelligence community election threats executive she was appointed by then director of national intelligence Dan coats in July of two thousand and nineteen her job is to work with intelligence agencies like the CIA the FBI the NSA and the department of homeland security to identify and fight actors that are trying to interfere with our voting process the Russians for example are already engaging in influence operations relative to candidates going into twenty twenty but we do not have evidence at this time that our adversaries are directly looking at interfering with vote counts or the vote tallies is it fair to say we don't know what Russia is going to do yet I think that is a fair characterization and I would also say that this is in a rush only problem were still also concerned about China a Ron non state actors hacktivist and frankly I've certainly for DHS an FBI even Americans that might be looking to undermine confidence in the elections after Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election there was this push for transparency about attempts to influence our elections Pearson told me she's walking the line between not wanting to frighten people but also wanting to keep them informed transparency enables resilience and sunlight is the best disinfectant so the more that we talk about the threat potentially more we empower voters to understand this as merely a reality of today's landscape and that despite all of those challenges were managing them or countering them and they should vote you are constantly doing the calculus on this you are constantly trying to figure out is it worth saying it now is it worth waiting and seeing how much of a threat it is absolutely would you say that's a daily occurrence the challenge for us is that for anyone who has any tenure in the intelligence community we're in the business of rats so we're we're seeing information day in and day out and I think the challenges to your point windows that mature enough to the point where it's either actionable where the target can take meaningful counter measures so that it is stopped in its tracks so to speak all the way to are we gonna reveal this because it'll help raise awareness and sensitize people this sounds like a very difficult balancing act the US intelligence community agrees that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election to benefit president trump and hurt Hillary Clinton president trump has openly joked about Russia interfering the twenty sixteen election in fact he appeared to joke with Vladimir Putin about it at times he doesn't appear to take this threat seriously that has to make your job harder we are looking at the spectrum of information that comes into us day in and day out to enable all the missions and that can continue frankly unencumbered by any of the comments or political discourse that you hear globally about this topic I will say that the intelligence community has the authorities it needs it has the resources it needs and when we have needed the president to relate warnings for example most recently to Mr Lavrov in Russia he has done so Sergei Lavrov we have to just explain what you mean short I think the interagency process not just the intelligence community has strongly encouraged leaders whether that includes president trump or secretary state pump hail or secretary defense Mister asper to relay information to our international colleagues that interfering in the US elections is unacceptable to United States and that type of messaging is very important in terms of ensuring the global cognizance that this is an activity that will not be tolerated in any way shape or form you don't feel yourself having to work around president trump not at all here are some things that we're learning now last week a private American company area one security reported that it he discovered that Russia had successfully compromised Ukrainian energy conglomerate which includes Burris mother company at the center of the impeachment this is a private company saying it detected interference in Ukraine which could indicate interference in the U. S. selection the method by which Russia interfered with this conglomerate with the same thing that they did in two thousand sixteen to us why was it not the US government that told us about what happened about Russia hacking charisma I think this is a really important point because frankly there is a whole consortium of players in this landscape which include private security firms and in fact not just international infrastructure organizations like Beres mine but frankly even some of our state and local elections their cyber security comes from private security firms so those organizations will actually have deeper and technical insight into those networks before the intelligence community well these private companies do they share information with the US intelligence community well I think many of these firms particularly larger ones will sell reports based upon the information that they have access to and some of that's very important to complement the holdings that we have in the intelligence community are you saying those private security companies are also selling intelligence to the United States government yes they can sell their services and some of the most common of firms FireEye and crowds strike and in fact I think those two firms for example have done really good work we're based upon the analysis and expertise and information analysis that they do resident within those firms those are products and services that they can sell to the US government I am surprised to hear that private companies are selling information to the US intelligence community information that the US intelligence community itself does not have am I being naive well it's not necessarily a knife Hey I think it really needs to be an open discussion about why is the landscape the way it is and frankly I think many Americans might have concerns about the US federal government Big Brother having technical access to a full spectrum of networks I think they're really needs to be an open debate about that before people presume that the intelligence community should have a presence on everyone's at work do you see that debate happening I think it's one that's burgeoning certainly because I sometimes no well I feel that the intelligence community is held accountable for a lot of information that it's not necessarily doesn't have access to or isn't part of its mission improve you we know that Americans are spreading misinformation sometimes they're doing it deliberately sometimes they're not at all doing it deliberately it can be a post on social media that we don't know is fake is that a bigger threat to the election then foreign interference well I think there's two aspects of that you know let's be very clear that of course the federal government encourages and once as broad and free speech as possible that is a principle of our country and it's probably one of the most valuable cornerstones of our society so we want people to engage in public exchange political exchange and to have that freedom unfettered from foreign interference but at the same time I think we also want to make sure that if we or the firms involved are aware that this information is foreign sponsored and is covert in terms of its sponsorship to the user we want to do everything we can to manage that information you say that the American public needs to be cognizant that misinformation is out there we also know that Americans increasingly live in very partisan spaces that much of the media that they're looking at takes one position or another is there anything at all that you can do to deal with the fact that more than ever we are bifurcated nation we are people who believe different things I would ask that all press outlets be introspective about their role frankly in civil society in terms of journalistic ethics and where they fit in to providing nonpartisan information factually based information and I think that's part of this issue that the intelligence community doesn't necessarily have a direct role in this but I think we're trying to raise cognizance an awareness across all of these constituencies that we all frankly have a role in a variety of capacities encountering this right what about the president of the United States being false or misleading statements well I think the challenge is whether or not that's being promulgated or deliberately fomented by a foreign intelligence service or foreign government and I think that's the type of information that if we have holdings within the intelligence community we're gonna certainly look to share that information as broadly as needed to stop it sounds like what you're saying is if the president says some and false other countries can use that to their advantage I think the challenge for us is not necessarily the accuracy of an individual statement but as I mentioned on this issue of whether or not an intelligence service a foreign government is using it for manipulative purposes particularly purposes that are covert here in the United States and that's where we we want to step in Shelly Pearson intelligence community election threats executive miss Pearson thank you so much for coming in thank you for

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Intelligence officials ask Congress not to hold threats hearings after angering Trump last year

Erin Burnett OutFront

07:11 min | 8 months ago

Intelligence officials ask Congress not to hold threats hearings after angering Trump last year

"A year ago today. The president was so mad as he was watching. Those highlights. That sources told us. He was literally early screaming while watching people like Dan Coats. The former director of national intelligence talk about things like Iran North Korea. And the like because they were contradicting a lot of what you hear from the president publicly so now these intelligence officials have made this request thing. They don't WanNa have to testify about this publicly as you noted you can imagine why given what you were just talking about the Soleimani strike all these issues. Where you've seen this intelligence contradicting itself in recent these officials contradicting themselves in recent weeks? So while it's not the expectation take. This request is going to be granted. It hasn't been any kind of a formal request and we do still believe this report. This report that tells us the biggest threat essentially worldwide is still going to be public. Like you've seen these officials make clear is nothing they wanNA talk about publicly because essentially they are worried about angering president trump. All right CAITLIN. Thank you very much out front now. Ashu adopt a former. FBI special agent. Who knows a lot about these briefings obviously? FBI is involved in them and Republican congressman. Mike Turner Member of the House Intelligence Committee which would be holding one of those hearings hearings on the worldwide threat. Assessment Congressman is. We were talking about as you came out obviously committee has these hearings you get classified briefings behind closed doors but this is the one that the world sees the American public see it comes along with the document and you hear the reporting the top intelligence officials. Don't WanNa do this after last year when they did. You know president trump. Go back to school. It's wrong with you guys. It turned turned into a big A BIG FIASCO. Are you okay with them. Not Giving a public assessment will visit. There's a document that is the public assessment that is available for for the public and hate responding to things that are like one source or unnamed sources about what people are saying at the president might think or feel but I can tell you having served through three administration. There's a number of reasons reasons why the public portion is different than the classified portion that we receive and send sometimes many times administrations are reticent to do the public. I've actually sat through one word. Obama official in the public portion of a Russia threat assessment contradicted themselves than in the classified version because the threats are listening to and that's really the environment that they're in. It's not really. The president. United States is the audience the world is the audience our allies are listening to threats are listening and they also take from what this presentation is what they should do next and what. US policy's going to be so AIYSHA. The thing is though and I understand the point right. They've got different audiences and yet last year. And and this is our reporting. I know congressman. You always say what you just said there but this is reporting from multiple sources. It's bad at town. News organizations operate. They're saying that they don't want to do it because they're afraid of what trump will say they don't. I WANNA be belittled demeaned and humiliated after they say whatever it is. They're going to say. Is that a problem. Aisha that is a problem. Because it tells you off the bat that what they I would say would not align with what the president has been saying. Or what the president's thinking this is exactly why it makes them angry. And I think what you see. Here is basically easily an undermining of two fundamental pillars of democracy which is transparency and accountability transparency into. What do these intelligence heads think are threats threats directly from their mouths and accountability in terms of is the president responding to them effectively and for this president in particular particular? Is He telling the truth about them. So on this point okay. You got a closed door briefing on Iran. You were told that you were told. And you were reticent about it because it was classified presidents allowed to declassify hi which which he does? Sometimes there's no rhyme or reason he appeared to declassify or I don't know make I don't know all I know is he said there were four embassies. He's being targeted by Iran and his own National Security Advisor and secretary defense are unable to back that up. This this is what we're talking about. What are they going to say? Let me just play the president. And Ah play secretaries. ESPERER MR O'Brien I can reveal that I believe it would have been four embassies. I didn't see one with regard to four embassies I look. It's always difficult. Even with the exquisite intelligence that we have to know exactly what the targets are. Do you want to hear them publicly. Explain why he he said one thing and they have been unable publicly to even say he's right a couple of reasons and and I think it's not really an inconsistency one you have at the president is able to say things that they're not even if I had not correct once he says it is not in the version I have CanNot then be revealed but the second thing is is there's a number of sources of information there's even foreign intelligence sources that we receive those classified briefings at the president has at the Secretary of defense doesn't have That depending upon what the need is what the action is So the information that the president is receiving is much broader than all. The rest of us are going to be saying. They didn't contradict. They said we don't have that information. I didn't see that information which again is Does not say that. They're they're they're convict him. But I want to say one thing with what you said the chance to just to get in on that so when trump says I can reveal. I believe it would've been four embassies. And his own secretary of defense who was responsible for ordering troops to launch a drone attack back. I didn't see one with regard to pharmacies. You don't see that as a contradiction I see it as a contradiction and I think that if the secretary of defense is not seeing the same information mation that the president of the United States is that is a problem in and of itself. I also think that from people who've been in these highly sensitive meetings that that would be almost impossible that the secretary of defense sees the presidential daily briefing. They are the ones advising him on the options that are available in this this particular case where the military strike so I feel like it. Would I mean I would hope that is congressman. You would be incredibly disturbed. Well as you know. You haven't had a classified briefing and fifteen years and even the time period did you did not have access to the type of information that goes into the policy decision making or even the world threats brief that we have to hear in the Intel. Or are you saying you want an answer to this question. You're fine with it being behind closed doors or you just. You're just fine without no. I think there are certainly as utility to having the public hearing but what I was going to say to ashes. Prior statement is that the public hearing the public representation of this information is not about the president night states. This is not about challenging the president's AIDS and what he said this is about people who choose unwanted to harm and so all of our questions with respect to national security and this probably threats briefing the world threats briefing. The classified portions should be. How do we make America say okay? That's true but I should also be aren't our elected leaders responsible for telling us the truth about what threats we face before we decide where we're go to war over them with the bottom line is if they're afraid to tell the truth. Then we have a fundamental issue on these pillars of democracy. That I mentioned before if they they any themselves are afraid to come forward because what they think will you know the president will retaliate against them or any other blowback. That is that is a big problem. We're going to see what happens with The Chairman Chef and his own the world report the world threats report of course is public itself so the transparency is you have the opportunity to read it and from that you can make your own conclusion about what the administration saying and the report so that no questions from our electric present but I see your point. Yes we will. We will get the pay all

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Tensions rising in the Middle East after embassy attack

Bloomberg Best

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Tensions rising in the Middle East after embassy attack

"US airstrike word from the Pentagon president trump border the strike on the airport in Baghdad that killed added Veron's lead could force and deputy commander of the Iran backed militias known as the popular mobilization forces correspondent Ryan Braun reports before the strike the US has been moving significant new military forces into the region earlier today secretary defense mark as for kind of laid out on some of the rationale behind this strike without talking about the strike itself he said he blamed Iran and the Islamic revolutionary guard corps for these attacks on US military facilities for the demonstrations at the embassy and he said that the US would not wait that they would take preemptive action if they detected a threat seeing the game had changed citing a revolutionary guard statement to Ronnie and state television said Qasim Sobhani was martyred in an attack by U. S. helicopters near the airport and other things

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Additional forces being sent to U.S. embassy in Baghdad: Pentagon chief

Ray Appleton

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Additional forces being sent to U.S. embassy in Baghdad: Pentagon chief

"The US is preparing to send more troops to Baghdad to protect the embassy compound penetrated by militias and their supporters Ryan brown says the Pentagon is responding the US is taking several steps in fact secretary defense mark asper issued a statement saying that the U. S. was adding additional forces to help safeguard the embassy officials are telling us that does additional forces will include a

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A Review of the U.S. Defense Department in 2019

KCBS Radio Weekend News

06:20 min | 9 months ago

A Review of the U.S. Defense Department in 2019

"Let's take a closer look at the defense department in twenty nineteen correspondent David Martin joins us from the Pentagon David there were some tense moments when the U. S. said Iran attacked the world's largest oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia what happened well Iran court the US intelligence and the Saudis completely by surprise with that attack it was launch from an air base at the top of the Persian Gulf from Iranian territory it consisted of basically a swarm of drones and cruise missiles neither the US nor a Saudi Arabia saw it coming the US basically decided that it was going to let Saudi Arabia decide what should be done in response so there was no real military response from the United States and the Saudis who above all else do not want a war with Iran have not force the issue also in the Mideast that U. S. special forces attack on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in northern Syria that led to his death he was hit hard the way he should have been and I just want to say for all of our military were very proud of you I was something very special remind us how that played out well that was in the immediate aftermath of the decision to start pulling US troops out of surgery and it had been in the works for some time the US apparently had a spy inside Baghdad he's compound of who could tell them not only that he was there but tell them the lay out of the compound and so the raid was conducted using the delta force out of a a base in Iraq the mission was to cap sure or kill Baghdadi just as it was to capture or kill Osama bin laden back in two thousand eleven in this case Baghdad he tried to escape from the compound by going down the tunnel but he went down a dead end tunnel apparently with two or three of his children and when one of the war dogs that the delta force had brought with them started pursuing him down that tunnel he detonated a suicide vest he was wearing a killed himself and the two or three children the question remains now what what impact did his death have on ISIS and the opinion of most experts in the US government is that it will not mean the end of vices that at ISIS will recover find a new leader and continue to try to survive by creating sleeper cells that can outlast the presence of American troops in Syria finally David we also saw some changes at the leadership level of the Pentagon including a short lived acting secretary of defense well we're now in our third year of the the trump administration and we are on our third secretary of defense if you count Patrick Shanahan who never became officially the US secretary defense producer for about six months as the acting secretary of defense he was his name was never a sign up to be confirmed by the full Senate and it is a pattern that you see throughout the the trump administration of the original holder of the office of leaving either because he's of fire or be killed comes under criticism from Congress and then acting secretary is appointed and then that situation last for some indefinite amount of time and president trump is even said he prefers to have acting secretaries because they're easier to control and there was one secretary of the navy Richard Spencer who clashed with the president and he was forced out over the case of a navy seal who was tried for war crimes and it was missed by all the people who who have to pay attention to this on a daily basis at the Pentagon Richard Spencer was for a brief period the acting secretary of defense during the the shuffle between Patrick Shanahan and the current secretary of defense mark asper he ran into a buzz saw over the case of the navy seal Eddie Gallagher who was convicted of posing for a photo with the body of the dead isis fighter the president initially overturned the sentence that had been levied on Gallagher and then after that when the navy tried to take away his tried and pan which is the symbol of a navy seal the president intervened once again and ordered that Gallagher be allowed to keep his triton pain with Eddie Gallagher you know that story very well they wanted to take its been away and I said no you're not going to take it away he was a great fighter Izzy yeah one of the ultimate fighters tough guy he's a lot with people these are tough people and we're going to protect our war fighters in the middle that Spencer was negotiating with the White House over a way to satisfy the president without having him intervene secretary defense mark asper thought of Spencer Reid men going behind his back to try to cut this deal with the White House German Millie and I were completely caught off guard by this information and realized that it undermined everything we've been discussing with the president and so markets for fired Spencer although Spencer clearly had already written his resignation letter basically saying he could not in good conscience go along with the president's efforts to intervene in the Gallagher case CBS news national security correspondent David Martin at the Pentagon on a busy twenty

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Judge blocks Trump administration from using Pentagon funds for wall

Orlando's Morning News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Judge blocks Trump administration from using Pentagon funds for wall

"Now how about this Sir the trump administration is being blocked from using diverted funds to build a border wall secretary secretary defense mark asper gave the go ahead in September with three point six billion dollars from the Pentagon to build that wall president trump declared a national emergency to reprogram that money now Texas judge on Tuesday rules that that was

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Trump sweats as Dems release testimony transcripts ahead of first public hearings

AP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Trump sweats as Dems release testimony transcripts ahead of first public hearings

"The three committees involved in the trump impeachment enquiring released transcripts of three more witnesses Laura Cooper Deputy Assistant secretary defense talked about a series of July meetings in which she came to understand acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held up military aid for Ukraine because president trump had concerns about Ukraine she and other officials were never told what those concerns were house begins its public hearings on Wednesday

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How will Boris Johnson deal with Iran?

John Batchelor

11:29 min | 1 year ago

How will Boris Johnson deal with Iran?

"There is a new prime minister of vigorous prime minister one who enjoys prime minister's questions enjoys being rhetorically clever on the floor of the parliament with the opposition and with his own party's name is Boris Johnson affectionately called boats out he's got a mop of blonde hair remind you of anyone he runs cabinet meetings with vigor he has a new cabinet including a new defense secretary the reason I mention all this is that the new defense secretary and Boris Johnson have an opportunity here to respond in less than a passive way to the provocation by the predatory stead of a rotten taking hostages tanker hostages routinely of British flag British owned tankers passing through the strait of our moves what is to be done we welcome Michael saying of the Washington institute managing director Michael I perhaps speak to aggressively for Boris Johnson because lord knows he has problems at home to deal with brexit but he does have a new secretary of defense this is a new day do you hear anything that he'll make a statement and confronting a Ron's clear shakedown techniques that cynical shakedown techniques good evening to you well good evening Malcolm good evening John it's pleasure to be with you guys he I think that Boris Johnson frankly will have the same dilemma that Theresa may had a break with the same dilemma that president trump and all president trump predecessors had which is surely they will want to impose costs on a run to retaliate against what it's been raining active I receive but they will worry about escalating in a region that frankly they don't want to be that involved and that really is the basic conundrum how do you find those options to retaliate without drawing yourself in the conflict frankly that the United States has far more options on it spectrum than any other country in even we have been had but but you can't sort of neglect the fact on it you know two tankers sees wonder own down Intel is other acts that have been provocative in around really hasn't suffered any consequence now we see the eight PM the words from raw honey that would signal an openness to it tanker exchange they talked of the there's talk of other exchanges with the United States sort of reminiscent of the Obama years with quiet contacts unconfirmed but seems likely that something is going on what is your sense of the behind the scenes communication that is going on and how will this affect the imposition of the additional sanctions but he was well I I think that for the U. K. they they see this as two separate problems if I if I gather correctly they they have the tanker into crew more importantly who are held by Iran and so they have an obligation to try to free those people and is there you might think of exchanges and and so on and so forth they've made clear that they're looking for a diplomatic out that then you have the broader problem of deterring any further attacks I will say though the problem with an exchange your in a sense you risk rewarding around for what it's done because when the British took the Iranian tanker off their stripped rolled her they did so because that tanker was transporting oil to the onsite Richie in Syria in violation of European sanctions that they were enforcing there thanks if that's something the United States wants them to do a line wasn't doing anything except looking for bargaining chips when it be those innocent people that commercial vessel so the two actions article in and the risk of exchange is that they seem equivalent Michael a tanker the families that the provocation the challenge the question of pride yes set that aside let's be cynical man for twenty seconds this doesn't damage the economy of anyone in the west but there is a clock ticking on Iran's economy how long have they got to play this game of their tough guys well you know I'm happy to be cynical John you so I I think the the difficulty of the yet the sanctions clock is ticking and things are looking very dire for run that's probably why we're seeing both the escalation on the Gulf and in the region primer on as well as the nuclear escalation I think that the challenge will have is that if they want to run can make that nuclear clock for example move faster then our sanctions clock and operate station by their by their nature will take some time to really have the type of sex trump administration wants to speak and so the Iranians can't believe that basically sanctions and nothing else we're really not prepared to do anything else because that gives them an incentive to escalate they have to believe that also at the end of the day when push comes to shove there are other options they're pretty nice it's our ally and that will really I think make them feel a bit more corner Malcolm you would take too much responsibility for ships in the Gulf how can a maritime security initiative succeed if it doesn't have the full support of the US military and to what degree will the new player mark as per as secretary defense at play in the the approaching exit stakes well I think it has to have the full support United States Malcolm an effort for two reasons number one we certainly don't want the Iranians to believe that they're driving a wedge between the US and our and our allies anymore than than they already have frankly any idea you're gonna have one U. S. initiative and then a separate European initiative both to do the same thing I think send a terrible message to our adversaries not just hearing but second when it comes down to it I like that the British were enforcing sanctions on Syria that's exactly what we want them to do it we we want to show the Iranians are other adversaries that yes we may disagree on the nuclear deal but there's plenty we do agree about their twenty ways we can work together so when the British to enforce the sanctions you know we can't then throw them under the bus or fail to support them when the Iranians retaliate against them because anyone who then our ally and we go save enforce the sanctions it will have your back really even gonna believe Michael we're told I read that our allies to the Iran deal that we have rejected our allies are reluctant to go along with us and there's much chatter about meetings with the reef and is there another way and work around from the US sanctions does this incident or series of incidents threatening the British to assist in any way persuade Paris and Berlin to capitals to name that Iran is not trustworthy well I can get it does absolutely John I think that you know the Iranians are doing a great job of demonstrating why we distress right it's not just the tanker incident taking the French Iranian academic hostage it's the discovery of the nuclear archives by Israel it's a discovery of the undeclared nuclear material reportedly I editor could divide facility if the terrorist attacks that tears plop I should say that Iran was working on in Europe it's that whole string of activities and again this is something I think we could capitalize on the there these are areas of convergence between the United States and Europe I think the difficult it again that you can't fight something with nothing the European look at the nuclear deal they say okay maybe it has limitations maybe doesn't cover everything but then they look at that US policy and they say well they're not sure that they see a real plan to get to something better and so this is what US officials really need to do they need to take all those things working in our favor and figure out what is the diplomatic plan now to build a coalition to get the Iranians back the table or continue radiance whichever well we can really achieve and so far we haven't seen that that's what we need to go we just did discuss the army of bombing it because of the anniversary ending run obviously was behind it do you anticipate the Iran again resorting to escalating tensions with Hamas as well both against Israel and he in that say South America elsewhere in the world as a way of not do being directly involved in there for culpable but get sending the message of what they're capable of doing it so I I don't think they'll can you can lump all these things together right because in in certain places like the Gulf I have a question regarding the cyber name domain the question would be for the Iranian goal why wouldn't it be do these things what what costs having heard by escalating in those areas because basically when it comes down to it they believe that they have greater risk tolerance in the region that we do when they see a sort of wanting to leave the re and they're happy to kind of give it a nudge to get out when it comes to things like the imia bombings you know Israel has shown a willingness to push back against Iran whether through the bombings in Syria whether it's through is for Israel's own retaliation for terrorist attacks against Iran wherever those terrorist attacks happen and so I think I think you'll see that a run may be hesitant to sort of challenge Israel directly because I know that all my respond but it may feel as though we have a lower risk tolerance the British have a lower risk tolerance I am so maybe they'll they'll choose to push in those areas Iran is a threat to the whole region as well these tanker incidents did they change the landscape in Yemen to they change the landscape in between Saudi Arabia in Tehran or is that outside of their interest well it's it's a good question and it is a good question especially because you have seen for example in Marathi tankers targeted as well I think when push comes to shove our allies in the region and it includes Israel frankly don't want to see it as an open military conflict with Iran they would like to see a run heard it like this you run contain they would like to see all the sort of actions which Aruna taking sort of come with a cost for the Iranian leadership but they don't want to see an open military conflict and so again I think it's it's no different than what I said about our allies beyond the reach of which is I think they're looking to the United States for a plan to deal with these things any related United States a table look I did your region you deal with it but so far over the past you know any number of decades we haven't seen our allies really being willing to step up like that and that's why we're so involved in this region Malcolm a quick question to follow up on John's point about Yemen with the UAE pulling out of the conflict what what do you see happening now the ceasing to be stepping up the attacks in Saudi Arabia daily attacks much of which don't get reported here in the west they don't seem to be able to pull out that is Saudi Arabia and Iran I think wants to keep them tied up there so what what solution could there be well I think that now this conflict you know for the most part has moved or at least western approach I should say to calm because really moved much more into the political realm I I think the folks I have despaired of really being able to accomplish much more in the military realm until the U. S. approach has been much more to try to get behind the U. N. envoy Martin Griffiths I encourage other countries to do the same I I think I think that's the direction that he had it I can can weigh in a way that's why you see them right taking the action they are in there is a concern absolutely that the Iranians may sort of try to cultivate who didn't have much more ahead ball alike proxy on it in the interest of the United States Israel other states that do we can

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Mark Espers, Pentagon And Jim Mattis discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

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Mark Espers, Pentagon And Jim Mattis discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So good. How are you on? I'm holding a punch for Bustos cigar in your honor, sir. Very good. They're good cigar, I liked the part in that sort of strength line, and those mackinaw read labels that are relatively new. Those are also all good. Are you concerned about the photographs of missiles on small boats in the Persian Gulf? No, I'm much more concerned about the missiles that have been moved by Iran into southern Iraq, which are within range of our troops in Iraq. And also, I think that the reach Israel, and a lot of other places. So that's a considerable threat. Yeah. And I think the president's doing the right thing by moving our forces closer to that feeder conflict, if indeed is going to become a conflict, and it certainly seems like the Iranians wanna start something jed Bevan with your context around these. See here. I am reading that there's a debate among the White House, the Pentagon CIA and some our allies as to how credible threat, this is, is, is a really a controversy at this point, or is has been ginned up. Well, I think it's always a controversy John. That's the normal. The way things go. I mean everybody's gonna read the intelligence a little bit differently. People are going to say, well, the threat is this serious, and maybe not that serious. And you know, it's healthy debate that you have to have everybody agreed on something, then quite frankly, we'd already be shooting at somebody or they'd be shooting at us is a possible that John Bolton's comments before becoming our national security advisor, maybe ratcheting, this up a little bit inasmuch as that Iran may be planning some missiles on the boats to get us nervous. But basically, it's kind of call now John Bolton. I know this is a sort of a man in a grassy knoll theory of mine. Yeah. I think that's a little stretch. I think Mr. Bolton I know John. He's a very brilliant guy. He is kind of a Neo con though and he is going to look at things in a different way because I think he is less restrained that a lot of other people are in telling the president when he needs to do about Iran bulletin said in the past, that there's an outfit that he would love to see as a replacement. For the Mola's called. M E K. I don't know much about them. Apparently, I've, I don't know obviously not active in Iran, they'd be dead. If they were in Iran. Is this a an exile group? Well, it started out that way. Emmy K? I know the EMMY K a bit. I've been to Paris. I've met with its head Marian Rajabi. I think that there are a lot of people who would like to see them do something in Iran, but I don't think they have enough following in Iran. And quite frankly, I, I remember wall, we heard about Ahmed Chalabi, and how he was going to go into Iraq. As soon as we invaded and set up a brand new government, and I was one of the people who fell for that nonsense. I don't believe that Mariam Rajabi or any other people have the ability to topple Iran regime on the other hand, there are a lot of people out there who want to. And I think we need to do a lot to help them in quite frankly. We need to stir up a revolution. There any K is not going to be capable of doing anything like that. But there are people who we could get to quite frankly, help fund them, arm them. I give the communications equipment and see what else we can stir up. Ted Bannon is a former United States deputy under. Secretary defense push forty-one, his prolific author and a contributor here at WLS. So I'm reading also that we're picking up a lot of chatter conversations at the Revolutionary Guards and foreign militias. I having discussing attacks on American troops and civilians is a prudent to bring people home out of Iraq right now. I think so. I think it's very prudent to do that. And, you know, the fact that MS Gabbard, thanks. We're getting ahead of our allies. Well, you know, that's kind of what we do sometimes. And that's kind of a good thing to do. When our allies are not taking seriously the information in front of them, and appears to me that quite frankly, they're not a democrat on a Massachusetts forgot the name, but he, he introduced legislation. They're all the same anyways. Okay. So they introduced some legislation require that the administration get congressional congressional approval before engaging in any hostilities with Iran. What are your overall thoughts about, essentially the house, it, it's the last time we declared war. It was December eighth, nineteen forty one the day after Pearl Harbor has the house, sensually cowardly just hand this off to the executive branch since forty one it has, and not only that, I think that, you know, people who are saying, well, the president doesn't have. Have the authority to do it. Well, yeah, he does. It's called the constitution but I'm not in favor. Don't get me wrong in any respect. I don't think we should be letting the balloon go up on a Ron right now. I don't think advantageous to us. We're, we're doing is strangling their economy. And that's the very best thing we should be doing. And we should continue to do that. Despite the fact that our European so called allies are not supporting us. In fact, trying to get around the sanctions that we've imposed to trade with Iran, Jen. Thank you for your time. I know this is the cocktail hour. So I really appreciate your time here. Well, it's my pleasure and enjoy that cigar, you gotta come to DC. And I've got a whip introduce you to a couple of my good Paul gunnery and cigars. I'm actually due for a trip to a DC, but probably won't be until after the summer because I I've heard that it's rather hot. And steamy. There June July August. Yeah. Coming about October gets a whole lot nicer. Here. I still do. So. Thank you. Appreciate your time as always, sir. My pleasure. Chad benson. Joining us here on double Diaz talking a little ran. We know that Iran is a constant stream of Tom sorry, Iran, not ran Iran apologies. We know that Iran is a constant stream of threats against the US in the Middle East. Does this intelligence show something outside their normal pattern of activity? I've talked to sources say it. Does I've talked to people who believe it may not show something outside their normal pattern of activity. Well, let's talk to Mitchell who joins us from displays Mitchell, your thoughts on this first about, there's a big difference between the golf and talking resolution with LBJ. She was a ruse and what's happening right now in Iran, Iran dumb enough to instigate a war. The biggest difference that LBJ wanted to put in a government contract that benefited bell helicopters, which was located in North Texas though. He was a big motivation to do the golf of talk and. Solution, which is a ruse fake story. Nothing happened. What do you what do you think about the fact that we, you know, the presidential War Powers Act, obviously extraordinarily a wide natured do you think that the house just kind of advocated their constitutional abilities to declare war, and we're just that part of our history is behind us now? No, I think we have here is that every day with American public doesn't realize is the CIA in special ops, get hot. They get hot buttons. They find out intelligence from Iran and what they're doing and just happened at every day. Now if Trump really wanted to make a statement to answer your question he would've sent a lot more troops. That was just a war games. And Russia, does it every day, the Israelis all of our NATO ally. Dude it including other countries that are not our friends. Trust me ratings are dumb enough to pull what I call first blood and droppers flood, there will be consequences, but I'll tell you this right now. And you heard it from me, it's not the golf and Tonkin resolution, so the media has to stop comparing it to do you watch homeland. Sometimes. Reader. I mean actually I'm more of a leader of history, and we've learned nothing from history. And what really bothers me people when they make these comparisons, like, for example, the golf and talk resolution to what's going on in the situation with Iran. They don't know what they're talking about. Well, that's for sure. I'm reading I've just finished up a book. It's called presidential leadership. It goes through Lincoln during the civil war Roosevelt during the coal strike FDR during the first hundred days during the depression, and then LBJ, and I've not I've not gotten to the I assume that, that would be the, the golfer might have been something else for the Vietnam war, but it's a terrific book. I recommended you'd like it. Thank you. I'll take you up on that Mitchell. Take care. I think Mitchell has a little background into this. It sounds like I guess where the real sweet spot of corruption as for the city of Chicago. No guess again. Prong. John McLaughlin, used to say no, it's the Chicago city council committees, and the slush funds. We're going to talk to Mick dumb key about that terrific writer. I saw this block clubs Chicago dot org today. He'll fill you in on this extrordinary slush fund ability, not that any of our aldermen would do that mind, you but it's just good to be prepared. We'll talk to mitt coming up next.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Dot com. It is discounted deeply there to get your preorder. But let's go on from the book. This incestuous relationship between journalists. And democratic administrations. Let's look at journalists in the last democratic administration on September twelve twenty thirteen. The atlantic. Which is a progressive media outlet reported that there were at least twenty four twenty four journalists who transition from media jobs to working in the Obama administration. You won't find that in any Republican administration. Here's some of the examples you want to hear them. Time managing editor. Rick Stengel, moved to the State Department as under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs. Douglas FRANZ who wrote for the New York Times. The Los Angeles Times was an assistant secretary of state for public affairs. Boston globe. Online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the State Department. Washington Post writer, Stephen bar, moved to the Labor Department is senior managing director of the office of public affairs. Washington post. Congressional reporter shallow Mary became vice president Joe Biden's communications director and later senior adviser to President Trump. Rosa Brooks was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times before taking a position with the under secretary defence for policy, the Washington Post Thompson. At Thomson left the paper disservice speechwriter for the US ambassador to Britain. Roberta Baskin one time. CBS news investigative reporter joined the department of health and human services has a senior communications adviser, the Washington Post, Warren amazing, isn't it? Warren bass outlook section deputy editor joined the UN ambassador. Susan, Rice's director, speechwriting and senior policy advisor. Education week reported David Hoff moved to the education department, CNN senior, political producer Sasha Johnson. Joined the department of transportation later, she became chief of staff at the Federal Aviation Administration. The Chicago Tribune GIO Sukman moved to the department of transportation is communications director. Rick Weiss who had worked for the Washington Post became communications director and senior policy strategist for the wash White House office of science and technology. Former CBS and ABC reporter, Linda Douglass joined the Obama campaign was later communications director for the White House office of health reform New York Times reporter, Eric dash moved to the Treasury Department's public affairs office as MSNBC producer Anthony Reyes CNN's Anisur Rahman work for the Obama campaign and later a speech writer for President Obama CNN's national security reporter you've seen him Jim Shuto formerly with. ABC news service chief-of-staff the US ambassador to China Gary Locke, and now he went back to CNN and San Francisco Chronicle environmental reporter Kelly Zito joined the EPA's public affairs office, notably time magazine, Washington bureau chief Jay Carney, became communications director for vice-president Bryden subsequently press secretary, President Trump at President Obama. You'd be hard pressed to find a similar extensive relationship between numerous major media organizations in recent Republican administration. This is from on freedom of the press. Moreover, what a family ties between the press and the Obama administration family time, June twelve twenty thirteen the Washington Post Paul far he found the following ABC news president Ben Sherwood is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood. Randall a top national security advisor to President Obama his counterpart at CBS, the news division. President David Rhodes is the brother Benjamin Rhodes deputy national security advisor for strategic communications to open CNN's deputy Washington bureau, chief Virginia Moseley's, married to Tom nights. Formerly deputy secretary state under Hillary Clinton White House press secretary, Jay Carney's, wife, Claire Shipman a veteran reporter for a. See national public affairs radio White House. Correspondent Ari Shapiro. Mary toy lawyer Michael Gottlieb who joined the White House counsel's office. Vice president Biden's one time communications director shell America's married to Neil king. One of the Wall Street Journal's top political reporters pretty much pretty big don't you think? There are other former democratic staffers now work in the media and some of long family ties to the democrat party. Just a limited list. MSNBC's? Chris Matthews worked for among others Jimmy Carter and tip O'Neill CNN's. Chris Cuomo is the brother of New York's democratic governor Andrew Cuomo CNN's, Jake tapper work for democratic congresswoman Marjorie, margolies-mezvinsky and handgun controlling ABC's. Cokie Roberts, her father was held box the House Democratic majority leader course, ABC's George Stephanopoulos worked for President Bill Clinton. The how the hell. Is Donald Trump ever gonna get a break? Ever going to get a break. When this kind of incestuous relationship goes on in the mass media. How's the Republican party ever going to get a break and more importantly, how are we the people ever going to get a break? No you've seen the last week and a half or so. I've gone through the ideological issues the party issues now, the incestuous relationship issues gone through some of the history of the New York Times, I've given a little tidbits here. And there of what we are going to discuss in a huge big way in order to try to get our liberty back our free speech back. Our press back our principles back. They don't like it. When you say we want to get America back. You might must be some kind of racist. No, we're not. Patriots who love this country who revere this country. Unfreedom of the press. I hope you'll graduate copy right now at Amazon dot com as I'm talking priori your copy because we're gonna hit the ground running trust me on this. I'll be right back..

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KTOK

"Next hour as a guest for going to have the national security advisor to the president John Bolton. Because he has a lot of good stuff to tell us about Iran. Told you we are pack tonight. But I want to get back to this. The media are corrupt in this country. They're intellectually dishonest. And it's just like universities. The faculty. The faculty become administrators the administrators the higher the next faculty. It's all very incestuous. And I'm gonna prove it to you. Again, this is from on freedom of the press. You know, I gotta tell you something as a side note this gonna sound self serving. But you know, I'm not self serving. Most of the money. I earn is not from writing books. The hardest thing I do because of time and concentration, and it's very solitary. I enjoy it. But it's hard is writing my books and doing my research. There's a lot easier ways for me to make money. I don't give corporate speeches you see people out to giving speeches. I don't go on the trail to do comedy shows. You see people going out there doing comedy shows? They are making a boatload. I won't do it. Is nothing wrong with it. I just won't do it. I will do some book signings out of respect for you. The people who follow this program. I don't get paid to do book signings. Yes. I get paid to write a book, but I don't make an enormous amount of money writing books. I'm not Michelle Obama who gets thirty million dollar book advance. You would be amazed at the advance high get. How low it is compared to others. I need to get. This message out we need to you Lavigne nights. As an army, we need to get this message out there needs to be a million of these books from CDs shining. See where people are learning about the media. They're not gonna learn it in the classroom in high school. They're not going to learn it in in colleges and universities, and they're not going to learn it from the media. They have to learn it from us. And this is the only way I know how to do it radio TV digital TV. But this is where I pull it all together. And if you've been listening the last few weeks, you can taste a little bit here in a little bit there when the book comes out, we'll walk through it. We're going to go through it. Trust me. And I'm going to be on some of my favorite shows on FOX some other networks behind, your copy to go to Amazon dot com. It is discounted deeply there to get your preorder. But let's go on from the book. This incestuous relationship between journalists. And democratic administrations. Let's look at journalists and the last democratic administration on September twelve twenty thirteen. The atlantic. Which is a progressive media outlet reported that there were at least twenty four twenty four journalists who transitioned from media jobs to working in the Obama administration. You won't find that in any Republican administration. Here's some of the examples you want to hear them. Time managing editor. Rick Stengel, moved to the State Department as under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs. Douglas FRANZ who wrote for the New York Times of the Los Angeles Times was an assistant secretary of state for public affairs. Boston globe. Online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the State Department. Washington Post writer, Stephen bar, moved to the Labor Department is senior managing director of the office of public affairs. Washington post. Congressional reporter shallow Mary became vice president Joe Biden's communications director and later senior adviser to President Trump. Rosa Brooks was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times before taking a position with the under secretary defence for policy, the Washington Post Thompson. At Thomson left the paper disservice speechwriter for the US ambassador to Britain. Roberta Baskin a one time. CBS news investigative reporter joined the department of health and human services has a senior communications adviser, the Washington Post, Warren, BA amazing, isn't it? Warren bass and outlook section deputy editor joined the UN ambassador. Susan, Rice's director, speechwriting and senior policy advisor. Education week reported David Hoff moved to the education department, CNN senior, political producer Sasha Johnson. Joined the department of transportation later, she became chief of staff at the Federal Aviation Administration. The Chicago Tribune Joe Zuckerman moved to the department of transportation as communications director Rick Weiss who had worked for the Washington Post became communications director and senior policy strategists for the wash White House office of science and technology. Former CBS and ABC reporter, Linda Douglass joined the Obama campaign and was later communications director for the White House office of health reform New York Times reporter, Eric dash moved to the Treasury Department's public affairs office as it MSNBC producer, Anthony Reyes CNN's niche Rahman worked for the Obama campaign and later his speech writer for President Obama CNN's national security reporter you've seen him Jim Shuto formerly with. ABC news served as chief of staff to the US ambassador to China Gary Locke, and now he went back to CNN and San Francisco Chronicle environmental reporter Kelly Zito, join the EPA's public affairs office, notably time magazine, Washington bureau chief Jay Carney, became communications director for vice-president Bryden subsequently press secretary for President Trump, President Obama. You'd be hard pressed to find a similar extensive relationship between numerous major media organizations in recent Republican administration. This is from on freedom of the press. Moreover, what a family ties between the press and the Obama administration family time, June twelve twenty thirteen the Washington Post Paul far he found the following ABC news president Ben Sherwood is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood. Randall a top national security advisor to President Obama his counterpart at CBS, the news division. President David Rhodes is the brother Benjamin Rhodes deputy national security advisor for strategic communications to Obama CNN's deputy Washington bureau, chief Virginia Moseley's, married to Tom nights. Formerly deputy secretary state under Hillary Clinton White House press secretary, Jay Carney's, wife, Claire Shipman a veteran reporter for AB. ABC national public affairs radios White House correspondent Ari Shapiro. Mary toy lawyer Michael Gottlieb who joined the White House counsel's office. Vice president Biden's one time communications director shell Mary is married to Neil king. One of the Wall Street Journal's top political reporters pretty much pretty big don't you think? There are other former democratic staffers who now work in the media and some of long family ties to the democrat party. Just a limited list. MSNBC's? Chris Matthews worked for among others Jimmy Carter and tip O'Neill CNN's. Chris Cuomo's, the brother of New York's democratic governor Andrew Cuomo CNN's, Jake tapper work for democratic congresswoman Marjorie, margolies-mezvinsky and handgun controlling ABC's. Cokie Roberts, her father was held box the House Democratic majority leader course, ABC's George Stephanopoulos worked for President Bill Clinton. The how the hell. Is Donald Trump ever going to get a break? Ever going to get a break. When this kind of incestuous relationship goes on in the mass media. How's the Republican party ever going to get a break and more importantly, how are we the people ever going to get a break? Now you've seen over the last week and a half or so. I've gone through the ideological issues the party issues now, the incestuous relationship issues, I've gone through some of the history of the New York Times giving a little tidbits here. And there of what we are going to discuss in a huge big way in order to try to get our liberty back our free speech back. Our press back our principles back. They don't like it. When you say we want to get America back. You might must be some kind of racist. No, we're not. We're patriots who love this country who revere this country. On freedom of the press. I hope you'll grab your copy right now at Amazon dot com as I'm talking preorder your copy because we're going to hit the ground running trust me on this. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This incestuous relationship between journalists. And democratic administrations. Let's look at journalists and the last democratic administration on September twelve twenty thirteen. The atlantic. Which is a progressive media outlet reported that there were at least twenty four twenty four journalists who transition from media jobs to working in the Obama administration. You won't find that in any Republican administration. Here's some of the examples you want to hear them. Time managing editor. Rick Stengel, moved to the State Department as under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs. Douglas FRANZ who wrote for the New York Times. The Los Angeles Times was an assistant secretary of state for public affairs. Boston globe. Online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the State Department. Washington Post writer, Stephen bar, moved to the Labor Department is senior managing director of the office of public affairs. Washington post. Congressional reporter shallow Mary became vice president Joe Biden's communications director and later senior adviser to President Trump. Rosa Brooks was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times before taking a position with the under secretary defence for policy the Washington Post destined Thompson. At Thomson left the paper disservice speechwriter for the US ambassador to Britain. Roberta Baskin a one time. CBS news investigative reporter joined the department of health and human services has a senior communications adviser the Washington Post. Warren bet amazing, isn't it? Warren bass and outlook section deputy editor joined the UN ambassador. Susan Rice's, director of speechwriting and senior policy advisor. Education week reported David Hoff moved to the education department, CNN senior, political producer Sasha Johnson. Joined the department of transportation later, she became chief of staff at the Federal Aviation Administration. The Chicago Tribune Joe Zuckerman moved to the department of transportation as communications director Rick Weiss who had worked for the Washington Post became communications director and senior policy strategists for the wash White House office of science and technology. Former CBS and ABC reporter, Linda Douglass joined the Obama campaign was later communications director for the White House office of health reform New York Times reporter, Eric dash moved to the Treasury Department's public affairs office as did MSNBC producer Anthony Reyes CNN's niche Rahman worked for the Obama campaign and later a speech writer for President Obama CNN's national security reporter you've seen him Jim Shuto, formerly with ABC news served as chief of staff to the US ambassador to China Gary Locke, and now he went back to CNN and San Francisco Chronicle environmental reporter Kelly Zito joined the EPA's public affairs office, notably time magazine Washington bureau chief Jay Carney, became communications director for vice-president Bryden subsequently press secretary for President Trump at President Obama. You'd be hard pressed to find a similar extensive relationship between numerous major media organizations in recent Republican administration. This is from on freedom of the press. Moreover, what a family ties between the press and the Obama administration family time, June twelve twenty thirteen the Washington Post Paul far he found the following ABC news president Ben Sherwood is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood. Randall a top national security advisor to President Obama his counterpart at CBS, the news division. President David Rhodes is the brother Benjamin Rhodes deputy national security advisor for strategic communications to Obama CNN's deputy Washington bureau, chief Virginia Moseley's, married to Tom nights. Formerly deputy secretary state under Hillary Clinton White House press secretary, Jay Carney's, wife, Claire Shipman a veteran reporter for a. ABC national public affairs radio White House. Correspondent Ari Shapiro. Mary toy lawyer Michael Gottlieb who joined the White House counsel's office. Vice president Biden's one time communications director shell Mary is married to Neil king. One of the Wall Street Journal's top political reporters pretty much pretty big don't you think? There are other former democratic staffers who now work in the media and some of long family ties to the democrat party. Just a limited list. MSNBC's? Chris Matthews worked for among others Jimmy Carter and tip O'Neill CNN's. Chris Cuomo is the brother of New York's democratic governor Andrew Cuomo CNN's, Jake tapper worked for democratic congresswoman Marjorie, margolies-mezvinsky and handgun controlling ABC's Cokie Roberts, her father was held box the House Democratic majority leader, of course, ABC's George Stephanopoulos worked for President Bill Clinton. Now, how the hell? Is Donald Trump ever going to get a break? Ever going to get a break. When this kind of incestuous relationship goes on in the mass media. How's the Republican party ever going to get a break and more importantly, how are we the people ever going to get a break? Now you've seen over the last week and a half or so. Have gone through the ideological issues, the party issues now, the incestuous relationship issues, I've gone through some of the history of the New York Times, I'm giving you a little tidbits here. And there of what we are going to discuss in a huge big way in order to try to get our liberty back our free speech back. Our press back our principles back. They don't like it. When you say we want to get America back. You might must be some kind of racist. No, we're not. We're patriots who love this country who revere this country..

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This incestuous relationship between journalists. And democratic administrations. Let's look at journalists and the last democratic administration on September twelve twenty thirteen. The atlantic. Which is a progressive media outlet reported that there were at least twenty four twenty four journalists who transitioned from media jobs to work in the Obama administration. You won't find that in any Republican administration. Here's some of the examples you want to hear them. Time managing editor. Rick Stengel, moved to the State Department as under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs. Douglas FRANZ who wrote for the New York Times of the Los Angeles Times was an assistant secretary of state for public affairs. Boston globe. Online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the State Department. Washington Post writer, Stephen bar, moved to the Labor Department is senior managing director of the office of public affairs. Washington post. Congressional reporter shallow Mary became vice president Joe Biden's communications director and later senior adviser to President Trump. Rosa Brooks was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times before taking a position with the under secretary defence for policy, the Washington Post Thompson. At Thomson left the paper disservice speechwriter for the US ambassador to Britain. Roberta Baskin a one time. CBS news investigative reporter joined the department of health and human services has a senior communications adviser, the Washington Post, Warren, BA amazing, isn't it? Warren bass and outlook section deputy editor joined the UN ambassador. Susan, Rice's director, speechwriting and senior policy advisor. Education week reported David Hoff moved to the education department, CNN senior, political producer Sasha Johnson. Joined the department of transportation later, she became chief of staff at the Federal Aviation Administration. The Chicago Tribune Joe Sukman moved to the department of transportation as communications director Rick Weiss who had worked for the Washington Post became communications director and senior policy strategists for the wash White House office of science and technology. Former CBS and ABC reporter, Linda Douglass joined the Obama campaign was later communications director for the White House office of health reform New York Times reporter, Eric dash moved to the Treasury Department's public affairs office as it MSNBC producer Anthony race CNN's niche Rahman worked for the Obama campaign and later a speech writer for President Obama CNN's national security reporter you've seen him Jim Shuto formerly with. ABC news earth chief-of-staff, the US ambassador to China Gary Locke, and now he went back to CNN. And San Francisco Chronicle environmental reporter Kelly Zito joined the EPA public affairs office, notably time magazine Washington bureau chief Jay Carney, became communications director for vice-president Bryden, subsequently press secretary, President Trump, President Obama. You'd be hard pressed to find a similar extensive relationship between numerous major media organizations in recent Republican administration. This is from on freedom of the press. Moreover, what a family ties between the press and the Obama administration family ties a June twelfth twenty thirteen the Washington Post Paul far he found the following ABC news president Ben Sherwood is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood. Randall a top national security advisor to President Obama his counterpart CBS, the news division. President David rose is the brother Benjamin Rhodes deputy national security advisor for strategic communications to Obama CNN's deputy Washington bureau, chief Virginia Moseley's, married to Tom nights. Formerly deputy secretary state under Hillary Clinton White House press secretary, Jay Carney's, wife, Claire Shipman a veteran reporter for a. ABC national public affairs radios White House correspondent Ari Shapiro. Mary toy lawyer Michael Gottlieb who joined the White House counsel's office. Vice president Biden's one time communications director shell Mary is married to Neil king. One of the Wall Street Journal's top political reporters. Pretty much pretty big don't you think? There are other former democratic staffers who now work in the media and some of long family ties to the democrat party. Just a limited list. MSNBC's? Chris Matthews worked for among others Jimmy Carter and tip O'Neill CNN's. Chris Cuomo is the brother of New York's democratic governor Andrew Cuomo CNN's, Jake tapper worked for democratic congresswoman Marjorie, margolies-mezvinsky and handgun controlling ABC's. Cokie Roberts, her father was held box to House Democratic majority. Leader course ABC's George Stephanopoulos worked for President Bill Clinton. The how the hell. Is Donald Trump ever going to get a break? Ever going to get a break. When this kind of incestuous relationship goes on in the mass media. How's the Republican party ever going to get a break and more importantly, how are we the people ever going to get a break? Now you've seen over the last week and a half or so. At gone through the ideological issues, the party issues now, the incestuous relationship issues, I've gone through some of the history of the New York Times, I've giving a little tidbits here. And there of what we are going to discuss in a huge big way in order to try to get our liberty back our free speech back. Our press back our principles back. They don't like it. When you say we want to get America back. You might must be some kind of racist. No, we're not. We're patriots who love this country revere this.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"People he's save god because a lot of this is about because even says this different esa williams it's all like temporary erasing them because he's like everything will go back to normal once you testify so i think it's a thing where he's like here's this old chinese lady she'd had to testify against a triad or something that they get a little mixed up thank you thought so they thought i just mixed up distinctively chinatown but it's also yakuza so confused right here maybe she was a turncoat or something i suppose chinese woman could rat out the japanese mafia what's on your neighborhood really but it was weird she worked for the uku you know as an interpreter who that's true gotta stop thinking about this woman yes she has one scene in the movie four shots altogether so he's like you can hang out here while i go like really get the scoop as to what's going down he does say that i will always work alone if anyone says they let me use this gun and shoot them in the head right so this is where we're introduced james caan which i have i had never seen this movie until the last night he got about two sentences out of his mouth and i just wrote the note james caan is crooked i bet and what i really appreciate about this movie is it doesn't fuck around with like not telling you an obvious thing that character played by james krahn would be crooked yeah like immediately in the movie more or less you find out that he is crooked and it actually allows the movie to have kind of a good cat and mouse between these two charac i actually liked the scenes with arnold and james caan because it is and james caan is not the world's greatest actor but he's very good and he is acting circles around arnold because i don't know john remember all those people the knocking volvo witnesses and like arnold has like watch it it's like beat beat beat yes they are being mid that that is is a bad thing james gone just like james caan he's doing his weird like dad's angry energy at everything you know what i mean time that's he's a scary i would hate to meet james i'm sure he's very nice now he's probably i total printed yeah heine short little prick because it just he's always sonny corleone he's always just a little fucking like come on with this shave all it's it's one of those like he's a little he's got little dog complex little complexes like when you have a tiny little dog but he he's a tiny too is you really do i think like i think he had like old man's shrinking thing oh i see faster than most as sonny corleone he's kinda tall benjamin buttons to but i mean he's he's acting pacino who is exactly the size of but it's also true because then when he's in thief which is maybe like what ten years after the first godfather movie like a great movie man they say is amazing he's listed as five nine that's gotta be both fake this five seven which is also worse that's a lotta shit they're both like five to problem yeah what is the what is the the exchange that lets us in on james caan being crooked he's on the phone with somebody it's not until we actually get to the the swamp but we're told that the fbi is in on it because the one guy the nerd linger there like is on some phone call with the under secretary of defense that's how we know that this scandal goes all the way to the almost top because it's the under secretary defense because one of the fbi guys from john slattery's team is on the horn with this guy and he's like hey this whole thing got fucked up this woman isn't dead the idea and the undersecretaries like yeah well you need to fix this because it's it's something like fifty two million dollar arms or something is going down this this features of my favorite things and all of cinema is a crooked archivist yeah yeah take think this guy like it's not even like it's not like setup like he's been ended monday earth thing he gets the disc the all important decide like oh man we got we got we won the case this takes do pops it out puts it in another thing yeah you're shits here he comes from the.

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US Defense Secretary Mattis arrives in Afghan capital

Herman Cain

02:12 min | 2 years ago

US Defense Secretary Mattis arrives in Afghan capital

"In midtown atlanta about a ten mile an hour breeze out of the northwest right now this is new this morning wbz's marc lamont reporting live a high speed police jason critic county lanza teenage carthy behind bars that's right scott good morning seventeenyearold maliki yancey was clocked by swannee police doing ninety six miles an hour and a stolen car on peachtree industrial boulevard captain shane ed in tells channel two action news place in the public danger with his driving and it was in our best interest to try to stop him unc was caught when he crashed the car outside of q t in duluth with the help of a retired officer police took the suspect into custody reporting live mark alewine wsb cobb county woman tells channel two action news she hoped she could be saved for her baby's sake after her estranged husband stabbed her in the chest mom to see me the age of three my father didn't either the police say marlon davidge drove pam frank to the hospital before kidnapping their four year old daughter the girl is fine frankish recovering and dobbins is now a jail an apparent white supremacist group from texas circulates fliers through candler park neighborhood the threat i feel like it's a threat as well that we're here favors tells channel two action news the flyers target again the grants were dropped other doorsteps in the middle of the night they say most of them are in the trash by monday morning federal investigators had an idea what might have caused a helicopter crash new york city to kill five passengers a federal official says the helicopter pilot believes a passenger's bag might have tripped a fuel cutoff switch before the craft fell out of the sky in into the east river warren levinson reports the flow of the chopper inflated but it's still overturned investigators will look through the victims pictures looking for clues only the pilot was able to get out of the harness in time before drowning well our secretary defense pops up and afghanistan secretary mattis went to afghantistan to reinforce momentum towards peace as he arrived in kabul mattis told reporters there's optimism and bringing the taliban and the afghan government together for reconciliation we knew look or a victory in afghanistan madison's arrival comes after the us added about eight hundred more soldiers in.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A perfect score ninety eight point two five pound and i think of sean white in the ninety eight point five o in his his run some of richer she was born in baltimore sheila tow full of runs the australian june knife now much are the exotic course record on one of a run so what would you know that you're gonna put it on the wrong time what the hell is going on it's a again your new corrado shorts you know that saw this whole a technical difficulty thing this this connection thing threefer loop yesterday thought and it was before loop was and wasn't a fruitloaf let's put it out like i was travelling trained it was off the track it's nice to have you back you could still use a little more volumes if we get a just that nor volume bill how 'bout that that's better and i know you sound like without really got a cranked now so we'll we'll check things in our until we're going to tell you that the rest of the morning just a must with your had can't wait ours get a couple 541 presidents military budget would give raises to the nation's bravest fox's rachel sutherland as more in securing america securing america transi military budget requests include the pay raise her nation's men and women in uniform they're fighting militay pay raise request is to find six percent which is higher than eighteen and the largest pay raise in nine years under secretary defence david norquist's praise congress for passing is spending plan that lifted budget caps newness sequestration we are appreciative of congress raising the caps ending the destructive effects of sequenced racial funding and we have committed to the reforms necessary to be good stewards of taxpayers mine norquist says the request will start bringing the military out of a whole well done by years of budget caps and will ensure continuing operations in iraq afghanistan in syria we think this is strikes an appropriate balance between security solvency norquist says the budget request is strategy based in at the increases in line with projected us economic growth in.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"I seeing one less she kept yelling and screaming i mean oh my gosh i lose my mind i jedburg and i lose my my and you're serious stuff going on north korea i guess announced yesterday or today that they have thermonuclear missiles that can reach america they're sending missiles again and they're also getting contrary to what red china wants them to do what would you do it you were the former under secretary defense under bush forty one what do you do with north korea well i'm deputy russian but i don't think the the answer i don't think the chinese are very angry north korea i mean everybody they're trying to control or career they're really not uh the basic thing we have to do is several number one uh we have i believe it bility who interfere with cyber war and basically prevent them from leading off their medical apparently we don't have that all together done because they fired a long range missile today uh there are a lot of things we can do it going to come down the bill uh we are never going to see them give up no their nuclear weapon or ballistic missile they're going to be a very bad war there and the real question is can we do this at a time what it is most beneficial there are a lot of things we can do without going into stuff that i about on the air but there are a lot of things we can do burke them very badly and some of the things that they do that the those guy you know one of the things i benefit the mr crop and general nicholson afghanistan dropping that massive ordinance air blast weapon thirty thousand pound bomb on the alabama one of the things that the mobile app does it will obliterate everything within one square mile of the place you drop it now kim jong on has what they say are acres of acres hundreds of acres of artillery that all on leash on coal well you know you throw your those more down and all of a sudden they don't have those a secret hillary guys got a guy came up short a little bit.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"My my and they're serious stuff going on north korea i guess announced yesterday or today that they have thermonuclear missiles that can reach america they're sending missiles again and they're also getting contrary to what red china wants them to do what would you do it if you're the former under secretary defense under bush forty one what do you do with north korea well i'm going deputy factor promotion but now but i don't think the answer i don't think the chinese are very angry north korea i mean everybody says they're trying to control or career they're really not uh the basic thing we have to do is several old number one uh we have i believe park capability interfere with cyber war and basically prevent them from leading off their missile apparently we don't have that all together done because they fired a long range missile today uh there are a lot of things we can do it go to come down to this will uh we are never going to see them give up no their nuclear weapons or ballistic missiles peacefully there gonna be a very bad war there and the real question is can we do this at a time when is most beneficial us there are a lot of you well the things we can do without going into stuff that i had about on the air but there are a lot of things we can do turk them very badly and some of the things that they do they those guys you know one of the things one of the side benefit of mr trump and general nicholson our commander in afghanistan dropping that massive ordinance air blast weapon of the thirty thousand pound bomb on the taliban one of the things that the mobile app does it will obliterate everything within one square mile of the place you drop it now kim jong on has what they say are acres and acres hundreds of acres of artillery that's all on leash on coal well you know you throw a few of those more down and all of a sudden they don't have those a acres of artillery those guys got a guy came up short a little bit we.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WJDX

"I say one last she kept yelling and screaming i mean the oh my gosh i lose my mind i jeb and i lose my my and they're serious stuff going on north korea i guess announced yesterday or today that they have thermonuclear missiles that can reach america they're sending missiles again and they're also getting contrary to what red china wants them to do what would you do it and you were the former under secretary defense under bush forty one what do you do with north korea well i'm going deputy factor promotion but i don't bigger than the answer i don't think the chinese are very angry north korea i mean everybody says there it will try to control or korea they're really not uh the basic thing we have to do is several old number one uh we have i believe park capability interfere with fiber war and basically prevent them from a leading off their missile apparently we don't have that all together done because they fired a long range missile today uh there are a lot of things we can do it going to come down through this bill out we are never going to see them give up no their nuclear weapon or ballistic missiles peacefully going to be a very bad war there and the real question is can we do this at a time when is most beneficial us there are a lot of you well the things we can do without going into stuff that i had about on the air but there are a lot of things we can do turk them very badly and some of the things that they do that both guys you know one of the things one of the side benefit of of mr trump and general nicholson or commander in afghanistan dropping that massive ordinance air blast weapon of the thirty thousand pound bomb on the taliban one of the things that the mobile app does it will obliterate everything within one square mile of the place you drop it now kim jong on has what they say are acres of acres hundreds of acres of artillery that they'll all on leash on coal well you know you throw your those more down and all of a sudden they don't have those a acres of artillery those guy kinda got came up short a little bit.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Yesterday how trump would plug the leaks the president seemed confident that with this new selection some place at key intelligence agencies and positions he says that apos sort of a weekend is going to turn off it's going to be effects repaired and that they were specifically cited his see i a director and director of national intelligence the rules previously held by just mentioned rendon and clap or respectively he says our new people are going in now general flynn a ricard us army lieutenant general would've made a prime target for top obama intelligence officials why well one reason mike winded been pushed out of his prior rule was the director of the defense intelligence agency back in august two thousand fourteen two and a half years ago i clubber and that was because of a management clash with former under secretary defense for intelligence michael kickers lotta names lotta problems a vocal critic of the iran deal who in february go better he delivered actually the trump administration statement put in the islamic republic on notice plan was the one the did that flynn doesn't like that deal guess what might flynn kudos comes up i don't either trust me up yes if you're broke apart and this should join us we went to that iranian deal you go hated to that's why fred flights calling in former see i a senior in less ambassador john ball and former cheap a step jonathan greenberg everybody's favorite calling yesterday they all hate the iranian deal you think it just mike for him red in a long time obama loyalist by the way said in november that it would be the height of folly if the trouble ministry schumer to tear up the iran deal is that then president elected publicly said to do rhodes perhaps had the most metaphorical skin in the game okay and i'm telling you know that's ben rhodes he was the former deputy national security advisor per strategic communications as obama's top one policy advisor ben rhodes.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WCTC

"Russian business interests none of that is indicated to even have any relationship trump but those tax don't matter they're they're a lost in the ether big of the cable chatter joining us now and i'm delighted he's with that lieutenant general keith go again is with us now and he has for years jerry boy kind of here's main for years he has written about thought about issues of national security intelligence military affairs he was under secretary defense for intel wondered george w bush and he's not executive _v_p family research council and i general but i can it's great to talk to how are you good to me on your we're not going to come time workers he asked what's next talked about is really important here a lot of folks listening across the country a busy people that rating every line of the new york times but the maybe turn on tv and they see a chi ron on sam them that says top aids and constant touch with senior russian officials during campaign well those come that comes from leaks and that hardly tells the whole story well the simply not true but none you know what some come between the trump campaign and the russian and the election all that.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM

KNTH 1070 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM

"Allies that it is not favorable to china strategic position yesterday the department offense and twenty five strikes in syria fiction iraq no indication whether or not this was a larger tempo or a different tempo or a different set of rules engagement but what do you expect to see out of the trout matters chain of command do used to be i search i hope they stop using the word i told number one so we can all the season so what what do you expect this the other than quickly well i think you're going to see a stepped up approach to come betting i should center racquet curious so what that means in practice is lifting the restraint with respective specific numbers special operations forces on a grounder working alongside a local fighters to target isis the tempo of the air strikes picked up thirty significantly by the end of the obama administration admit picked up so further but they win are the kind of a top down restriction put into place on the specific number of american forces that you could deploy and it both to help unable local forces to go after isis and i think the deal lifting of that no more aggressive approach on the ground possibly celebrating the attempts to retake rocket and jiri it would be very significant and in terms of the stepping up this goes through whether or not mattocks has people they help right now bob worked very able competent under secretary defense but there's an argument republican then to put in republicans in order to strengthen our foreign policy bench do you see any movement yet on both the service secretary who got mr by all obviously but but a gap over it maybe and that the department state for the official checkered we have a list we have names it's but certainly haven't come out publicly with any names of the state department other than rex killer cena secretary.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

WTVN 610 AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

"No respect no would you to mr trust and then unfortunately and about does seven or eight weeks we're going to have a new president in charge of american foreign policy can you think of any part of the world better off after eight years several bomb is diplomacy four bill i'm you know at this point at this point i can't even think of anything that is going right i'm talking about everywhere and are foreign policy we have even i did do anything you know if it's like the reverse modest touch everything obama has touched has turned to well be opposite of goals so the basic going here it is what do you have a president coming in or got a huge task in front of him he's got a really sure our he's going to lead gained their trust they don't trust us now they don't believe us now and i meet don't hear us and don't respect us so we gotta re store all of those things i didn't happen to it a pretty short on because like every president every president it challenged a foreign policy crisis will rough probably within his first one hundred day to i think george w bush is brooklyn i don't know and and all of two thousand wanna good luck forty sunday that read inaugurated so it's going to happen it happen soon but you have have the right team in place you can have to deal with very quickly and very effectively because he's always going to get a couple chances and this is going to be a very big or whatever it is that's going to challenge indirectly i'm very quickly rp cool people around the world will judge him on the basis of his response and use a former under secretary defense under bush forty one ab been thus far impressed with his behavior especially.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Goes to paid tribute to a mass murder no i would be surprised ball but for these guys do that so they will we've done for the benefit years i will be well rid of them come january twentieth but the real point here is you're absolutely right about castro no one should regret is passing we should really well frankly i think do more well for you to cuban people this man was a murder his brother is a murderer torture people they oppress people and they deserve no consideration no respect in the legitimacy props probably within his first one hundred day to i think george w bush erupt in yeah and and all of two thousand what i think is what forty sunday that greeted margaret is so it's going to happen it happen soon i missed become you have to have the right came in place you can have to deal with it very quickly and very effectively because the dollar going to get a couple chances and this is going to be a very big or whatever it is it going to try on him directly i'm very quickly are people will people around the world will judge him on the basis of his response and you lose a former under secretary defense under bush forty one ab been thus far impressed with his behavior especially is appointments of individual slight guelph land national security advisor enough.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Last week journey now mysterious michelle floor noise she served is under secretary defense in the obama administration thanks for coming back on thanks for having me david so one of the meetings adults of head over the weekend was with general james matt it's who he says being considered for secretary defensively praised him on twitter and also speaking to reporters one of the raider and clear see what happens is the real deal thank you so can he tells about gentleman it's to how madison is a storied and much respected military leader he's a student history he's a strategic thinker any also has for a passion for you know the care of the men and women in the us knowledge are in their families so you know i think he would be an outstanding candidate so that you of the letters but for him i do i do it out of you know what one thing he pushed for a harder military cluster against iran i mean president obama the a run nuclear deal such an achievement the administration would argue i mean would would present elect trump what a president trumpet would this be more likely that that they would scrapped that deal a fifteen tickets will present all that trump has talked about scrapping the the run a nuclear dion i would hope that once in office he would be presented with some other options for being tougher on a ron i think you get a lot of pushback from our multi lateral partners from everybody from in the uk to france to russia if you tried to scrap the deal and if you scrap the deal you know you basically takes the limit suffer runs nuclear program without really being able to re impose effective sanctions so there are other things that can be done intelligence cooperation with now cherry push back on their terrorist activities and so forth and i would hope that some unlike channel madison other shifts if you were selected would advise him on those other options for getting.

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"under secretary defense" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"under secretary defense" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Medical school in detroit michigan but i thought sort of what the heck and and when una s to speak to the director of admissions and this is aqu for six weeks before medical school was going to begin and and and and and i i have my helmet in my hand that this was an odd thing for a medical stu in that time to do an annual with seat well i had my fourteen throw done tonight or sack side so anything kind of happen i'm but i went in and the there are so trying to me and they could left outta there but they really nice to me and and he asked me if i had ton pre matt and i had knocked i had done philosophy in pre long and yes me a fight taken the the mad cats the medical school examination test i said no i hadn't and he asked me disappeared for wow became a can he said well we have some old tests have you ever look at them and i said now he set a tone you the truth i said yeah he said well just to see if you should ever apply anywhere from the would you be willing to take some of these tests here right now and i said sure and i did when he came back after the welland said you know i guess is a first time for anything in would just this moment had a cancellation so i suppose we could just this moment haven't admission and was pretty pretty wonderful fine so does that he cooperate with theater chris the it will leave a i wanna so one more thing about that because this this idea of having a risen from the connor culture but working in in the world is so important to me and a year ago i was invited to the pentagon and given an award and asked to address the pentagon in nine they may not a torrey him in the join chiefs not of am roles in general as an underspin some time with that deputy secretary defense in the deputy under secretary defense and speak to the three and a half million i members of the armed forces on i don't courses tv and as i was beginning.

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