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Doctor Richard -- why don't tell us pardon power plants are kind of do well thank you get paid to be an approaching the council or Malaysian.
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That is unbelievable what America's a great country -- that's.
There's an doesn't -- here -- yeah do we don't we don't take -- any money from government so we.
We get money for all members we get money from foundations we get money from.
Corporation and so it's it's kept independent and.
So almost talk about home and -- side.
Do you understand -- It's it's sort of says these.
Whenever he gets in trouble what he always does -- she's due suddenly discovers his anti Americanism and you see this nationalism.
What it really is it's the I don't know I've lost count -- -- reminder.
That he is not a partner and being ambitious and a place like Afghanistan justifies history and -- -- -- -- gonna get defies.
Or course all on -- subject that I told her what you thought we should about this should be either do.
And that we should have been there after 9/11.
I was in the government at the time and I fully support is -- in there aren't cleaning out.
The government as they were the ones who made it possible for all kinda.
To conduct operations suggest -- you know using Afghanistan -- as a launching pad beginning ambitious after that and I think President Obama.
Made made an error.
Quarterly on his presidency he decided to triple US force levels there.
And to essentially join the government.
As a partner and target the Taliban.
And I I think it makes cents.
Distinguish between al-Qaeda and the Taliban and at the end of the day I just don't think we can remake places like Afghanistan.
And decide the balance if you will between.
This or that try British direct ethnic group -- -- think that's -- into parking.
We'll help me out of here now I don't -- formal education you know what what place ever memorable to successfully remanded.
The most successful were actually after World War II when you think about it Japan I was gonna say.
Yeah those are extraordinarily large efforts.
Are we don't know -- a helpful role in Korea we -- American forces there are now what since 1950 roughly sixty.
And we still about 28000 or so forces there and that's that's become a booming economy in a very open.
And with other places so we've had -- or -- or shall Porsche rolls but again I think when one looks around places in Latin America Asia there's a lot of countries.
Or -- and parts of Europe where you'd say well.
-- -- through Johnson while wondering how all us troops still learn.
We still have interest there and -- we -- to do resistance and not just deterring North Korean.
Envision our action but we also wanted to be reassuring to places like South Korea Japan just the last thing we want quite honestly.
This -- -- decision they were on our own and now we need nuclear weapons.
In order to counter the north I don't think we wanna see that kind of nuclear spread.
John securities sectors -- -- -- all friend like -- and accuse she started off with what some talk issues played here by going to places like Syria doing so much what Iran.
It's a more skeptical about what it is we can accomplish and and part of the world level to be one of the lessons of the last few years.
It is trying to shape the Middle East to our to our preferences as a tall order.
This is a great job -- largest amount house sought to first.
And it -- series all.
It has -- news or another debate in the senate all -- and so.
He does look like the secretary of state out of central task now on I'll -- to impartially.
There's put its lowest been a Communist but -- -- -- or whatever.
But all -- removed -- a government themselves.
Get what I actually.
People like -- Terry chart visually and I went through rough confirmation.
Yeah I look at these guys and and I think it's pretty good I like that between the two presidents.
Put around the world and I thought -- but north put it -- -- -- last time people like Bob gates or Hillary Clinton.
These are these are people of some stature and that's exactly what we want to -- How did you guys go to council on foreign relations Banca.
Dennis Rodman due out on his trip to North Korea and you guys discuss that.
Yeah I was I was raising some questions about a myself and it goes on CNN or something that I thought that the fact that.
We now had to turn to Dennis Rodman to be our special envoy to North Korea was.
A bad turn of the total -- -- -- the country and what 2448 hours later.
The other North Korean leaders are talking about using nuclear weapons in the rest against South Korea or anybody else I don't think Genesis is quite in line to get the Nobel Peace Prize.
Don't forget -- -- -- -- my view.
That you should be like Kim Jong-un -- should starve your people.
And threaten everybody in the world and I'll be -- -- pornography.
And and it's I think it is like -- -- about -- if you're gonna be a best bottom and -- that they announced that need filling out Raleigh Durham.
He's doing what I would it has an abnormal don't -- Good job description Nelson.
And we're gonna give filer we're gonna give did you options Jordan took -- million dollars -- we're during.
It's a good question what we're hoping his stuff like giving them some money and saying -- only give you a lot more if you do certain things domestically produced actually commit yourself to building a real democracy.
If you behave responsibly abroad.
For polite word for this is offering aid on a conditional basis.
These guys are needy and what I think guy you're saying the administration is hoping as they -- can turn this need.
Into some behavioral modification I don't know it's gonna work.
But that that's what it's about.
We'll always nice to talkative back to -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
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