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america, but i'm going to do less than what george bush did. george bush got involved in all these thankless initiatives like spreading democracy all around the world. not me. i'm going to focus on narrow national interest. so you find there's a tension in the trump administration. the narrow national interest people who are thinking like obama about pulling back, right, they want peace process and they want to -- their wary of israel because the support for israel is a muscular policy. and other people think the opposite. >> 45 seconds, not a doran 45 seconds. >> i think mostly in a way you're asking about iran. and i would say -- >> [ inaudible ]. >> look, it boils down to this. iran will get a bomb unless someone stops them. and if they get a bomb, then we will have not only an iranian bomb, but we'll have further proliferation. no one has a clue as to what that would mean, how dangerous it would be. >> [ inaudible ]. >> you asked out -- people have to prepare now for what happens in ten years, and it may not take ten years. >> on the met physical sense i think that attitudes ar
muscular america, but i am going to do it with less than george bush did. bush got involved with all these thankless initiatives like spreading democracy around the world. not me. i'm going to focus on narrow national interests. so you find there is a tension in the trump administration. the narrow national interest people who are thinking like obama about pulling back, they want a peace process and they are wary of israel because the support for israel -- >> i've got to cut you off. >> some people think the opposite. it is a hybrid. >> aside from the extra minute you took, 45 seconds. not a doran 45 seconds. >> i think and away way you are mostly asking about iran. i would say -- >> [inaudible] michael: i had an answer on iran, but you stopped me. >> it boils down to this, iran will get a bomb unless someone stops them. if they get a bomb we will have not only an iranian bomb, but further proliferation. no one has a clue as to what that would mean, how dangerous it would be. people have to prepare now for what is going to happen in 10 years, although it may not take 10 years. add in theit
down to the isle here. the woman right here. if you can identify yourself. >> i am from the george policy center. i would like to go back to the work. i was surprised to hear the word land for peace, two for two does not say that, it inverts the process. t spr interestingly the only two countries that did that was the countries of peace to israel. >> they have to give and you make boundaries. i am wondering if you want to end the '67 war which has not end it. don't you have to go back? >> mike, since you raised the issue, would you like t to to -- >> it is very interesting of the idea of the '67 war has not ended. >> mike, if you will? >> i see it differently. i don't think the '48 war has ended. i think that -- >> it is too early to tell. >> there is an effort to define the conflict of a specific way and there are a lot of people for a whole host of reasons and they see it that way. i am talking about the arab world and there is a lot of others who don't. you only need to listen to what what the iranians say or the syrians say or his followers to see the alliances of 1948 are not
court. sunday, george washington university history professor greg brezinski discusses the cold war competition between the u.s. and china to influence newly independent african and asian countries. >> during the 1960's, the rivalry intensified, and this is an important point where, i think, to many american chinese activities in southeast asia and africa start to become as or more worrisome than soviet activities. a historiant 9:00, talks about confederate colonel john s mosby. >> general lee complained to stuart that mosby was firing in too many small groups. this decentralized way he operated did not make sense. he needed to mask his forces and pick one big target. that went completely against everything mosby was doing. his effectiveness was the fact that he could have 3, 4, 5, 6 different combat patrols out on any given night. announcer: for a complete schedule, go to c-span.org. coming up, a look at the media industry and the impact of so-called fake news, followed by president trump signing two bills into law related to law enforcement. after that, sean spicer and scott pruit
george washington university hospital according to a congressional aid. trump tweeted she deeply saddened. the shooting occurred at a baseball in virginia where lawmakers and others were gathered for morning baseball practice. a suspect was taken into custody and is not a threat. we'll keep our eyes and ears on this and pass any updated information as we get it. now a tax policy hosed by the heritage foundation. >>> good morning. welcome to the heritage foundation. we welcome those who join us on our web site, those joins us on cspan tv as well. we ask that your cell phones or mobile devices have been silenced. for those watching
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