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Univision
Oct 21, 2017 4:30pm PDT
satisfecha con lo que escuchaba, como que el expresidente george bush se llenÓ de vergüenza asimismo cuando alertÓ sobre el uso de los prejuicios, la divisiÓn y la intolerancia de parte de lÍderes políticos. bannon dijo que no ha habido una presidencia destructiva que la de george bush, que no sabÍa lo que estaba diciendo o haciendo. hubo republicanos que abiertamente nuestro grande acuerdo con sus palabras. >> obviamente, hay aquellos que lo encuentran beneficioso, pero la gran mayorÍa de republicanos no lo encuentran asÍ. escalante: mientras manu hablaba de su postura y criticaba los republicanos, incluso en el congreso por no apoyar a la medida del presidente, en las afueras, grupo de personas protestaba por su presencia. >> donald trump lo tirÓ de la casa blanca, pero no hay ninguna manera de dudar que lo que bannon ha hecho. escalante: bannon tambiÉn cuestionÓ la decisión de california que declarase estado santuario. dijo que en 10 o 15 aÑos abren un intento de separar de california del resto del paÍs, liderado por las Élites de la tecnologÍa de sillicon valley. >
Deutsche Welle
Oct 22, 2017 1:30am CEST
that he can continue his work in that area. we're back in russia. this is the village of bush africa. stephon door is open. another dairy facility here his twelfth he's also going to lay the cornerstone for his thirteenth both businesses will have room for two thousand eight hundred cows these two new facilities will make it even more difficult for german dairy farmers to export milk to russia. but the local residents are happy to see a new business everyone seems to be here it seems like old times children have arrived from the local school. and even the company's milk mascot has turned up. political leaders from kaluga and the surrounding area here too to cheer stefan door and his russian milk empire maybe them milk is a hot commodity right now. i used to complain about bad prices. but not anymore. stephan door is truly in his element but he'd be even happier if the political situation would return to normal. one of his prized possessions is this hockey stick. ice hockey maybe russia's most popular sport and door has learned to play it fairly well. the and his company team often ta
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
strategist steve bannon delivers a blistering attack on former president george w. bush. bannon responded to mr. trump's criticism of president trump -- mr. bush's criticism that is of president trump, america first agenda. >> there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he equates the industrial revolution the agricultural revolution globalization he has no earthly idea whether he's coming and going just like it was when he was president of the united states. >> reporter: well, bush never mentioned president trump by name but thursday's speech in new york was a.m. clear rebuke of his presidency. >> discontent depend and sharp pend partisan conflicts. bigotry seems emboldened. our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication. >> mr. bush advocated for a global foreign policy and was pro-immigration during his time as president. >>> stay with us everyone. still ahead on "eyewitness news" tonight a local boxer is spending his weekend giving back to his community. >> never g
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
former president, george w. bush, was the subject of harsh words last night by steve bannon, the former white house chief strategist, who has declared war on the republican establish not. bannon's attack came in california at the state republican party's fall convention. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at the high school. now, kelly, of all places to criticize a former president why would steve bannon attack president bush in front of are ps who likely voted for him twice? >>. >> caller: well, it really stands out. steve bannon calls himself president trump's wing man outside chtd white house and he is intentionally lighting new political wildfires. not only challenging sitting republican senators and party elites as out of touch, but calling george w. bush's presidency more destructive than any other. now, to understand why and why now, remember president bush spoke out this week, not criticizing president trump by name, but mr. bush denounced the brand of nationalism that trump and bannon support. and he cautioned against bigotry and the, quote, casual cruelty seen in politics today.
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
nervous? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ julie: steve bannon blasting former president george w. bush calling his time in office destructive. the former white house advisor was fighting back after bush made comments that the nation was losing its identity in an age of nativism. well, ellison barber has the rest of the story from our washington bureau. >> julie, one of the harshest rebukes of former president george w. bush latest speech is coming from a former trump official. in a speech of his own to the california republican party, former white house chief strategist steve bannon said the 43rd president does not know what he's talking about. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself, speechwriter wrote a speech. >> days before bush said this in new york. >> we've seen nationalism distorted into nativism. we've forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to america. bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry and compromises the moral education of children. the only way to pass along civic values is to first live up to them
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
political rally attacking the president. and his administration. and president george w. bush, my gosh, coming out in new york and making, didn't name president trump certainly, but he made it clear who he was talking about. a president who presided over the biggest economic collapse in this country's history since the great depression is saying we need policies of economic growth. president bush didn't realize there was two consecutive quarters of two degrees growth. and i don't remember hearing president bush criticize president obama do, you? >> i don't. you are the economic's expert. my issue with his critique of the president of being aniesalationist and maybe if president bush had been little less of an interventionist, we would have less disastrous foreign policy as we did under his neoconservative. he is in a race to with senator mccain with who is most wrong about president trump. >> lou: it looks like the race between the two will be for sometime unfortunately. >> and the question is this. >> lou: you believe that the national media should join all americans in treating
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, george w. bush, bill clinton, george h.w. bush and jimmy carter. they will reunite at texas a&m university for a hurricane relief convert to benefit victims in texas, florida, and the caribbean. this comes after days after obama and the younger bush blasted the current state of politics under president trump, breaking the code of silence that former presidents normally maintain. and particular, it was the comments by bush warning against bigotry that left trump's former chief strategist, steve bannon, to deliver a blistering attack on bush and call for a republican revolt. >> president trump to me embarrassed himself. speech writer wrote a high pha fluten speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he has no earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> well, steven sanchez joins us live from the white house and boris, do we know if the president was aware bannon was going to say those things? >> reporter: hey, pamela, it is n
Univision
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
nunca antes vistos. con una retÓrica incendiaria, insultando al expresidente george w bush, steve van on apela a los republicanos de california. continuÓ la investigación sobre el posible abuso sexual a 84 niÑos en una escuela en quito, ecuador . asÍ comenzamos. locutor: este es el noticiero univisiÓnfin de semana con fÉlix y aranza. aranza: una tardes y bienvenidos al noticiero univisiÓn. la reunificación familiar, sueÑo de todo emigrante, podrÍa estar en peligro debido a las polÍticas se estÁ incrementando la administraciÓn franco. ahora se estarÍa evaluando-- administraciÓn trump. ahora se establecÍa nuevas exigencias y mÁs controles de seguridad. claudio o se danos tiene mÁs de estos planes antiinmigrantes. >> abrazo tras abrazo, asÍ fue como ocho familias se reunificar un punto mucho no veÍa a sus familiares por mÁs de una dÉcada. >> los sentimientos encontrados. dejÉ a mis sobrinos pequeÑos, uno no lo conocÍa. porque no pudimos reunir. claudia: Él viene de méxico con una visa de turista. desea que la felicidad suya de hoy sea la de otros maÑana. >
RT
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
is is overthrown by the several of our days and i think president bush among makes a very compelling point when he says well if this can be done to us what other things can be done to other people if you're going to sit by and let it happen. switching gears now the euro skeptic party has won the czech republic's parliamentary elections with almost a third of the vote the movement is a healing result as a huge success of a billionaire ahead of the party who many compared to donald trump is now set to become prime minister. the group system with. the movements. there is no place for migrants in europe. i don't want to be in the eurozone country to be a. greek. let's face it. not in the form of this economy. is so weak. some of our political approach is just the real world. now across the european union nationalist and euro skeptic parties have enjoyed rising support over the past three years in france the leader of the national front party was the main rival to. the country's presidential election in germany last month. not only entered parliament for the first time but it b
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
. >>> another former president, george w. bush, was the subject of harsh words last night by steve bannon, the former white house chief strategist who has declared war on the republican establishment. bannon's attack came in california at the state republican party's fall convention. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at the white house. now, kelly, all places to criticize a former president, why would steve bannon attack president bush in front of republicans who likely voted for him twice. >> well, it really stands out. steve bannon calls himself president trump's wing man outside of the white house and he is intentionally lighting new political wildfires, not only challenging sitting republican senators and party elites as out much touch but calling george bush's president more destructive than ever. to understand why and why now remember president bush spoke out this week not by name but denounced the nationalism that trump and bannon support. steve bannon went off. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote a high falu tin speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was
Univision
Oct 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
habido una presidencia mÁs destructiva que la de george bush que no sabÍa lo que estaba haciendo y elogiÓ la victoria de trump, a pesar de que las Élites quisieron destruirlo por ser una amenaza para el sistema. hubo republicanos que no estuvieron de acuerdo con sus palabras. >> hay algunos que lo encuentran beneficioso, pero la gran mayorÍa no lo encuentran asÍ. reportera: mientras hablaba de su postura, incluso en el congreso por no apoyar la medida del presidente, a las afueras un grupo de personas protestaba por su presencia. >> trump lo tira de la casa blanca, pero no hay ninguna manera de dudar que lo que ha hecho es promover lo que su gente le estÁ pagando. reportera: dijo que si el partido republicano no enfrentaba este desafÍo, en 10 o 15 aÑos habrÁ un intento de separar a california del resto del paÍs, liderado por las Élites de la tecnologÍa de silicon valley. >> bÁsicamente no están de acuerdo en la manera en que Él representa el paÍs. reportera: se realizan california,un estado que es bastiÓn demócrata. >> representan cosas que no son importantes para
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
., and george w. bush will gather at the texas a&m in college station. the money raised will go towards hurricane relief in texas, florida, puerto rico, and the u.s. virgin islands. president trump will deliver a taped messageuring the d ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all. >>> an early morning chase and crash in charles county, maryland has left three people dead. that chase ended on maryland route 925 near billingsley road. we have live reaction from one of the victim's uncles. darcy? >> reporter: erika, a short time ago i was able to speak to the uncle of one of the passengers who died in the crash. let's show you where we are. this is 301 behind us in wa waldorf. this is a tree where
RT
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
bush among makes a very compelling point when he says well if this can be done to us what other things can be done to other people if you're going to sit by and let it happen. the euro skeptic party has won the czech republic's parliamentary elections with almost a third of the vote the movement is hailing the result is a huge success the head of the party who's the second richest man in the country who served as finance minister and deputy pm is now set to become prime minister. the group system we've had for so long is what i call them so yes we are in the movement. there is no place for migrants in europe. i don't want to be in the euro zone i don't want the country to be a guarantor for greek banks. let's face it they're not impaired by the e.u. their form and economy governance. is so weak. some of our political approach is just the real world. across the european union euro skeptic parties have recently been gaining support in france marine le pen leader of the national front party was the main rival to the elected president. in germany fifteen not only entered parliament for the
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
, 25 more. how could president george w. bush possibly call 126 gold star families or four or five per day for 31 days in that one month? and to call over some of them would only invite disappointment from other who is don't get that personal overture. the last thing we want to do is exacerbate their grieving. a better approach is a personal letter from the president to each, a call from a local member of congress and an invitation to periodic gatherings where gold star families are invited to the white house in groups. maybe this will spare us the spectacle of what developed this week where the families of our very finest became political pawns. and if you watch this play out and you found yourself instinctively rooting for one side to quote-unquote win, regardless of the facts. then ask yourself if we, each of us, need to step back, take a deep breath and vow to analyze all things trump on the merits and not on the politics. our soldiers deserve that from us. now, you remember this scene from the 1991 oliver stone movie "jfk"? >> there are hundreds of documents that could help prove
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
know what john mccain is going to do, he voted bush tax cuts, ran on tax cuts when he ran for president. i think republicans are much more -- two things, they are much more comfortable making the argument about growth, ib cent i was and taxes than they were about obamacare, obamacare repeal which was cast as taking insurance away from people, i think they are more comfortable on this and i think they understand the downside of first the humiliation on obamacare repeal and then on tax reform would -- would personally come back to haunt a lot of them in 2018. paul: kim, do you give much credit here to the much mcconnell who was working with toomey of pennsylvania and bob corker to try to get together a budget hawk like corker and toomey to put together this deal, does mcconnell get credit for that? >> he gets immense credit, people like to talk about the senate as the graveyard where all good legislation goes to die but in this case, it was the house that could not get its act together in part because of what dan said, there was the conceit that the budget really matters in term
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 11:30pm CEST
for this guy as the czech trump who exactly is this man well mr bush is so an oligarch so the second richest person in the czech republic. in many ways it is similar to trump up because he also came from the outside to fix promising to are going to create an artichoke political. system but at the same time i would argue that it is also similar to silvio berlusconi because unlike donald trump mr bob is sure all are some important media outlets in the czech republic and so he's got. tools to promote his so promote his views so quite the character you're describing but in reaction to election results that his party is pro europa during his campaign he thinks very critical of the european union how does this go together. well i expected mr published two changes. shortly after the election so his views on the european union because obviously he sort of crafted his message show its european message show to me. sort of political clientele his electorate because those are mainly older people now who are not entirely. friendly it was the european union and sort of integration and so mr bush w
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 12:00am +03
victory since winning the masters in april. and i'm bush on security forces in egypt's western desert has left up to sixteen people dead that's according to the egyptian government the police officers were raiding a hideout at the races when they came under fire from armed fighters six others are thought to have been injured rather gyptian security sources say the figure is far higher and that at least fifty five officers were killed no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. well we spoke to timothy cal this who's known resident fellow at the top of the institute for middle east politics he told us these types of attacks are rarely the subject of a public investigation so massive loss of life for the security forces in egypt and there's been a lot of different stories coming out since since it took place so there's a lot of them there's a lack of clarity right now on who was involved the initial rumors was that it was house which is a militant group that has primarily been targeting the security forces for years now but then there are been all the reports of some people trying t
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
a shot at president george w. bush. >> i want to apologize to the bush folks outside or in this audience. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> arthel: that comment an apparent response to president bush's speech in new york denouncing bigotry and current american politics and warning against the rise of nativism and isolatoinism. allison barber with more from our d.c. bureau. >> one of the harshest remarks of president george w. bush's speech coming from a former trump official. former white house steve strategist steve bannon said that the 43rd president does not know what he's talking about. >> president bush, to me, embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote the speech. >> we've seen nationalism distorted to nativism. forgotten the dynamism that immigration has brought. bullying and prejudice sets a tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry and compromises the moral education of children. the only way to pass along civic values is to first live up to them. >> many said it was a speech on "trumpism," a speech meant for the current administ
RT
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
do you think they will listen now. i think what president bush did in this speech was very effective he reminded people that democracy in danger in one place is democracy endangered another place i think you know you probably know as well as i do that there are inconsistences in the application of law within many parties in the e.u. alone them i think if we contrast the treatment of india and into students in eastern europe with the way that the large nations are now in effect turning a deaf ear to go along it's very early. i think though that if people are truly interested in the organic structures of democracy they should be interested in applying standards across the board and i think president bush among it's a very compelling point when he says well if this can be done to us what other things can be done to other people if you're going to sit by and let it happen thomas i found it fascinating to get your analysis appreciate you coming on r.t. thomas harrington is my guest professor liberian studies the trinity college in hartford connecticut many thanks. now moving on to other n
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
have that military experience much like his three predecessors with the exception of gorge w. bush in the national guard. kelly has been his most powerful voice in the military, especially on this week's controversy. >> he was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. he knew getting into by joining that 1%. he knew what the possibilities were because we're at war. and when he died in the four cases we're talking about, the four cases in niger and my son's case in afghanistan. when he died, he was surrounded by the best men on this earth, his friends. that's what the president tried to say to four families the other day. >> mira in florida for us where sergeant la david johnson was laid to rest earlier today. we do begin at the white house. kelly o'donnell is standing by for us. kelly, explain the president with this controversy with congresswoman wilson. a lot of people questioning what he has to gain. >> it's the president's tendency to keep something going. he is sort of now moved congresswoman wilson into a political adversary category, not treating her like a friend
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 10:15pm CEST
political movements so to find a common language for mr bush will have to support elsewhere and will not be easy either because leaders of all other parties say they would not mind going into a coalition with not but they definitely mind being in the same of a government with the prime minister who is criminally prosecuted like mr bobbitt. here's thank you for joining us. time now for some football news and in the early bundesliga games on saturday league leaders don't mind could only manage a draw against frankfurt dogman had jumped out to a two neil lead before frankfurt struck twice within four minutes in the second half and leverkusen dealt a royal spanking no gladbach scored first in the early going but then so vent bender opened the floodgates for leverkusen just after the restart five one the final score. made a move up to fourth and in the bundesliga with a win over mines on friday he and gretzky scored first chipping of a mind to goalkeeper any other it was corruptors fourth goal the fever and it gave shelter and only lead if they could have tito book style or added ano
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
night in a speech in california he took aim at george w. bush with the california gop. >> speech writer wrote a high falluting speech and it was clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. there has not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> he was talking about a rare bush speech on thursday which many saw as a thinly veiled condemnation of president trump. so joining me now is victory defrancesco from the lbj school of public affairs at the university of texas and joe watkins, and former white house aide to george h.w. bush. great to have you both on. and let me just out of the gate here, joe. the power that bannon has, and he apologized ahead of time to the bush people as he referred them, is he that powerful? to really send a shock wave to establishment republicans that they've got something to fear in the mid terms? >> well i don't know how powerful he is. we'll certainly see. he had influence in the state of alabama in that senate primary obviously. but i don't know whether or not he'll nationally have the same impact. >> certainly at the en
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
been a few days since george w. bush and barack obama delivered thinly vail attacks against the commander in chief. and last night steve bannon, trump's defend are on the outside, fired back. >> at the present time it's clear he didn't understand anything he was backing about. he has no earthly idea whether he was coming or going, just like he was when he was president of the united states. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >>> boris sanchez will live right outside the white house, and our katy hartung is live at the benefit in texas. bannon han dollar literal regard against the gop establishment, and he delivered that speech at the california gop it convention. does the white house endorse bannon's attacks. >> we asked the white house for comment on bannon's statement. we have yet to hear back. you'll recall earlier this week when the president held a joint press briefs with mitch mcconnell, he was discussed about attacks on mcconnell and other republicans. and he said steve bannon is a friend and doing what he believes is best for the country.
RT
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
and george w. bush have long had furious disagreements on key policies now that they finally seem to found a common target the current us president. george bush is watching that what the banks and financial institutions are one of the first went after the obama administration's handling of both iran and isis some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the radicals get used to me and other democrats of wanting to negotiate with terrorists i don't think it's good for the country to have. undermined. the she actually has the story needed isn't. right now about what they think. it should be instead of our politics reflecting our values politic. in fact to our community. there are some signs that the intensity of support for the person is still for the way because of the micro says the state american security and prosperity were directly to the success of freedom in the world the world council of america having its act together at times it can seem like the forces pulling are supporters stronger take this seriously than the forces binding us together but what we can have is the sam
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
chosen because it's the home for george h.w. bush presidential library. public service announcements have been all over the airwaves advertising this charity fundraiser and a packed crowd is expected tonight. as we said, a texas-sized show. look at just some of the people that will be singing and performing tonight. gatlin brothers, alabama, lyle lovett and robert earl keen. concert gets under way at 8:00 eastern time. this is all about raising money for hurricane relief. every single penny, we're told, will go to benefit victims of hurricane maria, irma and harvey. earlier today on fox & friends, larry gatlin from the gatlin brothers talked about how it's nice to see politicians putting things aside to help those who desperately need it. listen. >> it's good that the five presidents getting together. everybody says, lets come together and bi but partisanship. well, that's not going to happen. >> hurricane harvey devastated parts of texas, estimated to be one of the costliest natural dis. ae -- disasters in u.s. histor. it hit especially close to home to the bush family the arena hol
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 10:00pm CEST
this guy as the czech trum who exactly is this man. well mr bush is an oligarch he is sort of the second richest person in the czech republic and in many ways it is similar to ghana of trumpet because he also came from the outside to politics promising to our create in the czech political. system but at the same time i would argue that it is also similar to silvio berlusconi because unlike donald trump mr bashir old saw some important media outlets in the czech republic and so he's got the tools to promote his promote his views so quite the character you're describing but in reaction to election results is that his party is pro europa during his campaign he thinks very critical of the european union how does this go together. well i expected mr published to changes. shortly after the election so his views on the european union because obviously he sort of crafted his message show is european a message to me. has some sort of political clientele his electorate because those are mainly older people now who are not and virally. friends related towards the european union and sort of i
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 9:00pm BST
, 2000, when george w bush and al gore finished in a tie, and for the next six weeks, they fought over it in private, and for the first time in modern american history, a winner was chosen, 25 to 30% of the public felt the election was stolen, the people on the democrat side believed george bush was put into office in an illegitimate way, it was fed to them by those on the extremes. and so we had a country where the president was not all of as being legitimate, and from that division, in 2000, it has got worse. from, when. . . ? and from that division, in 2000, it has got worse. from, when...? it and from that division, in 2000, it has got worse. from, when. . . ? it got worse under george w. bush, under barack obama, and it is worse today. did you want to come back very quickly? i thought that your response was beautiful, dr king, and i completely agree that in order to stop this hate from owning rampant across the country, it is important that we learn each other, learn our background, and come to understand and love one another, we are all human, we are all american, at the end
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
establishment. he focus latest attack against former president george bush after a speech bush gave thursday that appeared to be critical of president trump. bannon had this to say. take a listen. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speech writer wrote a speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> despite being a lightning rod for controversy, bannon continues to enjoy the president's support even while trump trying to work with the very establishment bannon is attacking. let's bring in campaign director for the center for american progress action fund. we have republican strategist evan. he's saying george w. bush has been the most detrustructivedes. some say the president he worked for is the most destructive. >> i think we have more americans at each other's throats and being angry at one another than we've ever had. what bannon is doing is he's saying here are the problems. he's finding real problems. people are frustrated about the economy but giving scapegoats. it's the es
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
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CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 2:45pm EDT
the george w bush and menstruation. he is also an expert in human rights. he is worked on this over the course of his career. will hear more about that tonight i suspect. elliott has written widely and while i note wide range of topics and he has written in books and articles and blog post. i will not go through his very long list of publications. elliott is on the most prolific end of the spectrum here. his most recent book is tested by zion in the bush administration. he writes his blog pressure points which you can find here at cfr.org. i have to say i am obligated to say that i'm obligated to say that. to down want to go. tonight we are not your to talk about the last book. or talk about the blog. to talk about elliott's new book. american foreign policy after the error of spring. please join me in welcoming elliott here tonight. first off congratulations elliott. i know how difficult it is to write a book. it takes a bit of work to conceive it takes a bit of work to market and a whole lot of work in between. and you have done quite well. the book i think reflects tremendous amo
RT
Oct 21, 2017 2:29pm EDT
the to the united nations so there is a long record on the american government particularly the bush regime if you like listen to the two or more so than anybody else and of course. the kenyans have invaded somalia in two thousand and eleven saying that the al-shabaab was sort of disrupting its tourist economy the evidence from the department of state of the united states and the cia it's quite clear that the kenyans had this last long before the two incidents in which ordinary people who were tourist in kenya were hijacked by either russia or some other groups from somalia but doesn't the fact that kenya which relies on tourist foreign currency even despite that it's willing to continue those kinds of policies suggest to you that the kenyan government maybe like the ethiopian government realizes what happens to countries that oppose us the fact the u.s. policy in that region now i'm not certain that's the case i think the kenyans have something else in mind there is a dispute now that's why. for judgment in the international court of justice and they were kenya is claiming part of s
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 2:17pm EDT
happened." she gave her reaction to a recent speech by george w. bush on the current atmosphere of american politics. bush on thursday talked about the cruelty in american politics. he did not mention the president by name. your reaction to what he said? an clinton: i thought it was important speech, and i really appreciate it president bush delivering it. he covered a lot of ground. he talked about how white supremacy is an absolute blast to the -- blasphemy american creed. he talked about the importance of listening to each other and working with each other. i did not always agree with president bush, as i think any democrat sitting across from me would say, but i never doubted his patriotism, and i never doubted that he worked really hard all day, went to bed worried, woke up concerned about what he would do, i was in the oval office with him two days after 9/11 as a senator from new york. i looked into his eyes, i understood a lot of what he was having to face. and so i appreciate him coming out and making a thoughtful critique of where american politics is right now, because w
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 8:15pm CEST
goal this season and it gave an early lead. in the second half due to bush style or added another from short range which you're about to see. the final score was to not stay that way. is a round up of the weekend's but it's a good action so far there's a draw for dortmund and the win for leverkusen the top hannover beat out with a late winner leipsic as pash took court shall go one on friday as you saw hamburg and byron are playing as we speak byron our leading one nil about ten minutes left on sunday fribourg host berlin host board entertain hoffenheim and cologne take on bremen. felt the variant then sex has made a big impact here in germany it's got a fusion of rap and classical music now as part of a d w backed initiative it's taking that unique band brand of hip hop on the road to the place where it all started for us. doodoo doodoo doodoo doodoo. real hip hop straight out of germany and into the hearts of. these rappers from munich a touring the united states. they'll be on the road for a month. was yet to step. in its every band's dream to go into in the usa. come to believ
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
m. >> reporter: the reason it is held here is this is home to the george herbert walker bush presidential library not far from where we are and he has this message for hurricane victims. even if the path to recovery feels like a road that goes on forever, we are in it with you for the long haul and that is the central theme of the big concert event deep from the heart fundraiser. every penny raised will go to help victims of hurricane harvey, irma and maria, storms that devastated so many states this year. former presidents obama, bush 43, clinton, bush 41 and carter will all be here and say a few words accompanied by the former first lady's too and some big names will be performing including the gatlin brothers, alabama, lyle lovett and robert earl keen and lee greenwood will serve as master of ceremonies. all five former living us presidents launched the hurricane recovery effort together last month, they came together and decided something had to be done to help so many who were suffering. the arena on texas a&m campus can hold 13,000 spectators. tickets range from $40 to
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
former president bush. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speech writer wrote a speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he was no idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. is there has not been a more destrikative pressy than george bush's. >>. >> cnn's reporter joining me now from the white house. he'll tell us more about the white house that bannon is playing. >> reporter: this is something that steve bannon vowed to do when he left the position as chief strategist. the to attack anyone that would challenge the president and his agenda. we certainly see him do things like this before aggressively going after establishth republicans whether senator bob corker or mitch mcconnell. this is a vicious attack on a former president questioning his intelligence at one point in his speech before california republicans on yesterday, bannon said that george w. bush didn't know what he was talking about when giving the speech on thursday talking about the dangers of nativism, saying trade protectionism
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
goes back 25 years when president george w. bush signed into law what's knowns the jfk records actment at the time congress set into motion a release of the final several thousands of pages of records belonging to the investigation. government files, cia, fbi, investigative documents roadwaylatroadwaelated to the kennedy assassination. this put into law the final release, subject to the national security concerns. if a future president had any reason not to make those records public. that's why it falls in the lap of the president trump, who is the custodian of this law today, who says he will allow the release. so far, the national archives has not indicated there is any pushback from any of the agencies saying specific documents should not be released. at the same time, there are sensitive documents that were the property of the kennedy family. those are not included in this. those are things like the autopsy photos. this is really the kinds of documents that investigators used. maybe it has more do with lee harvey oswald or other figures. will there be any big secrets revealed? many
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
last night. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote a hi high-falooting speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he equates the industrial revolution, the agricultural revolution, globalization, he has no earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. i want to apologize up front to any of the bush folks outside, in this audience, okay. because there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. the rise of china started with the clintons and bush. when they had this great theory that you let them in to the world trade organization and give them most favored nations, they're going to become a liberal democracy as they get bigger, okay, and they're going to become more free market capitalist. this is not a small mistake. this is a strategic mistake of incalculable problems. >> cnn's boris sanchez live right now from the white house. boris, bannon was outwardly promoting president trump. any reaction from the white house on that effort? >> none yet, fred, but this
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
2020. >>> next hour, steve bannon's attacks going an george w. bush. >>> turning now to health care, the number of americans without health insurance rose to 12.3% this past quarter. this according to gallup. that is up 1.4% since the end of last year and is the highest uninsured rate the u.s. has seen since 2014. this report also comes as president trump made the decision to stop funding a key set of obamacare subsidies which helped low income americans. our next guest calls the move cruel and irresponsible. joining me now, colorado governor john hickenlooper. governor, with a big welcome to you, sir, before we get to health care, i do have to ask you about this 2020 election as buzzfeed, you know this, is reporting that ohio governor john kasich had these secret meetings with foreign policy experts this week and that is signaling a possible run in 2020. i bring this up, sir, because there have been reports about you and mr. kasich forming a bipartisan ticket. are you open to the idea? >> you know, i don't think a bipartisan ticket would have traction in the modern world. i mean it
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 7:32pm +03
do nothing go down after new word of god should move more observer system when the bush recently i mean they you know the one crashed into them in their. chest and when comparing. them with the question you're still dealing what chance he shows the other two are some of this worst of. the chemo kind it's around the corner of the school there. who criticize wrong doing from within the church can face chilling consequences. the new kid scheme ministry is russia's oldest. when a former monk mikhail bottlenose explains how his superiors had encouraged her husband to abandon his wife and child in order to join the monasteries choir he was abducted and taken to a nearby forest hung upside down and beaten. she just said because i knew he was watching videos you look you know you you walk away like you're. for growth he was there are millions of. what you. now provide thought yes the iraq store where the to give a little bit one thing the creature in the creature at least in the top of the statute is not. one of the if you're just now it's the one you know we're all thinking the same. the
RT
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
efficiency or credibility. and double terms predicts esses barack obama and george w. bush have long had furious disagreements on key policies but now they finally seem to have found a common target the current u.s. president. george bush's washington that what the banks and financial institutions want to mock bush went after the obama administration's handling of both iran and iran. some seem to believe that we should be gauche with the tertian radicals used to be and other democrats of wanting to go share it with terrorists i don't think it's good for the country to have a former president undermine a crew president. we've seen actually this is the story he made it is folks don't feel good right now about what they see. and sure but instead of our politics reporting our values politics impacting our communities . there are some signs that the intensity of support for democracy itself is way because of the marquesas a state american security and prosperity were directly tied to the success of freedom in the world the world council of america having its act together at times it can s
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm CEST
most with traditional policies and under a bush uses these sentiments well he's against corruption against as i mentioned traditional policies he's against a review g.'s my friends and his voters both young and old both the low and middle income voters across the political spectrum he leads a protest movement that's where he is quite successful another trump similarity perhaps has faced charges of fraud how is that possible that he could be the next pm. obviously that small hole the first person that the check believed to be in paulson's very bullish kept saying in the months that he's innocent and that the accusation is a kind of unfair political campaign against him he tried to establish an image of hardworking businessman and was facing obstacles from the state and i think he was quite successful and that the ongoing investigation didn't have any influence on me on the polls as we see today on the election outcome as well. let's talk a little bit about the results that show the far right s.p.d. party tomioka mood as party they are in third place a little bit less than and the se
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
won't be able to unite them later if that's how you start. >> presidents bush and obama breaking their silence this week on the state of politics in the era of president trump. speeches which came within hours of each other and now the white house is pushing back on the notion that president trump was the target of the comments. >> our understanding is that those comments were not directed towards the president. in fact when these two individuals, both past presidents, have criticized the president, they have done so by name and very rarely do it without being pretty direct as both of them tend to be so we'll take them at their word that these comments weren't directed towards the president. >> joining me now, james peterson, an msnbc contributor, also charlie sykes, an msnbc contributor out with a new book titled "how the right lost its mind." gentlemen, good to see you both. charlie, i'm going to get your reaction to sarah huckabee sanders. was that the white house's way of dealing with the issues brought up by the presidents bush and obama? >> yeah. of course it's absurd because bot
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
up front to any of the bush folks outside and in this audience, okay, because there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> all right, so what does this say about the state of the republican party? you might take something for your heart... or joints. but do you take something for your brain. with an ingredient originally found in jellyfish, prevagen is the number one selling brain-health supplement in drug stores nationwide. prevagen. the name to remember. that goes beyond assuming beingredients are safe...ood to knowing they are. going beyond expectations... because our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. hey hun, huh! we gotta go. come on. ♪ "grandma! grandpa!" ♪ thanks mom. here we are. look, right up to here. principal. we can help you plan for that. the u.s. needs to develop more renewable and clean energy resources because there are limits to the amount of fossil fuels that we can burn. since 1925, we have depended on diesel generators, burning approximately a million gallons of diesel fuel a year. our mission is to make off-shore wind on
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
president george w. bush, so will all the tough talk cause problems getting the white house agenda through congress? >> meanwhile president trump is vowing today to make long classified documents on the jfk assassination open to the public . liz: a look into america's news headquarters on a very busy saturday, i'm elizabeth prann. >> nice to be with you at home, i'm leland vettert. president trump pushed his feud with federica wilson. also saying the media hasn't given him enough credit for this week's success in the senate. what does the white house want to focus on? culture fight over gold star family call or tax policy legislative achievement? >> it's an excellent question, leland. you know, the story with the soldier so much consuming so much oxygen, but policy wise tax reform continues to be front and center. in interview tomorrow morning with sunday morning futures president trump says he wants tax reform this year, he wants it done even sooner. president trump was asked, you know, do you think with the rapid timeline that you're going to have the votes, here is what he said?
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 8:30am PDT
conference and said i do better than past presidents, george bush didn't call anybody. you would have gone after him. >> jessica, i did not like that and i called him on that when donald trump -- >> the media is out to get him. donald trump buries himself every single time. >> that's the problem. lauren: rachel, the media gets this wrong often. remember when the -- >> the really beautiful phone call that was just released by -- i can't remember the name of the gold star mom, but she actually had a recording of it and donald trump sounded entirely come compassionate and remember, general kelly advised donald trump not to make these calls, he said they are difficult. it's hard to come up with what to say and donald trump the president said, no, i think it's the right thing to do. does he not get credit for that? >> shouldn't we be focused on the soldiers here that lost their lives, the green berets. this is what we should be talking about and focused on and allow the families time to grieve for goodness sake and we are not doing that. lauren: let's bring up who the soldiers are. you're
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm +03
police and if necessary to use the army. finally an assessor measure if mr bush one doesn't declare independence in his speeches later today what are his options now. when she has assumed one because she was calling for elections even declare independence and call for elections saying that those elections will be a constituent elections for the new state then the question is if the central government will accept that as elections in general thinking that what will result is just a regional power you. probably both could to agree on the words elections and both could forget the ward constituent that mr putin one could use and the war to an army that mr roy hoodoos that would be the first the first possibility of mr briggs i wonder one which forth an end to this the crisis we have now the second possibility he has is to do nothing not to declare in devon them. but just to wait to wait. until friday. we have to take the formal decision to put. into effect so until friday this is just a proposal. i need to see natomas fault so it's probably. kind of game between the both governments fro
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm CEST
the next government because mr bush knows that it would damage import of victory. all right we're going to move back to our top story we hear about how catalonia has been reacting to the new move from madrid bobber of a soul our correspondent is among the throngs on the streets of barcelona it was a bit difficult getting in touch with her barbara how is this going to affect the catalan leaders what's the mood there all the mood is really excited sighs and says i'm out here in the sunshine in barcelona to show was their opinion. just this afternoon taking back. from a couple of those governments to conduct the month of friends and just assume an office was great it was loud cheers when you arrived here a little while earlier people are trying to get the best spot to see their thinking freedom saw them from time to and it's just i did notice not violent peaceful people are smiling but they are yelling loudly and shaking that every time when the helicopter off the hey did they really just want us to be that goes overhead so that really shows what they think also said the power is not
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
former president george w. bush, both of whom have been critical of president trump. southern california will be key for the 2018 congressional elections as democrats try to flip seats held by california republicans. >> it is about winning. nothing else matters. if you want to take your state back, if you want to take your country back, you're going to have to roll your sleeves up. what's gonna get it done is each and every one of you and the people at this convention. >> bannon told the gop crowd that they have everything they need to win. great candidates, bold ideas, and the ability to build a grassroots army to turn california into a red state. >>> country singer jason aldean has released his moving rendition of "i won't back down" to help raise money for victims of the las vegas shooting. ♪ well, i won't back down >> the country music star sang the late tom petty's song on "saturday night live" just days after a gunman shot into the crowd at the harvest festival killing 58 people and injuring hundreds of others. aldean was onstage at the time. the proceeds will benefit
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