Skip to main content

tv   World Apart With Oxana Boyko  RT  July 30, 2017 10:29am-11:01am EDT

10:29 am
for immigrants it's this we never really know for sure but this has been a active area. well when i started going. on the welcome to worlds apart from the crime and baiting in washington has once again reached a scale where a mere contact with the russians is viewed as
10:30 am
a shameful if not outright treasonous act and while the narrative is primarily driven by the democrats doesn't the trump administration allow itself to be cowed by it well to discuss that i'm now in joined by president transform advisor and he's passionate advocate the votes are still in the system and it's great to have you on the show thank you very much for your time thank you so much for having me here now mr stone you've long denied having any contacts with the russians but now you are on the moscow based network is that not enough to accuse you of subversion if not treason well sadly enough in washington that may be true on the other hand who would ever of thought that russian television would be less censored than american television in my previous experiences with r.t. i've been allowed to discuss any subject whatsoever without censorship that's not true of c.n.n. or c.b.s. or a.b.c. or the other major networks in the united states so i'm delighted to have this free exchange and completely. uncensored dialogue well mr stone you know that russia has
10:31 am
its own cold war hang ups and there is some degree of anti-american sentiment in this country there is also a history of american interference in our political process but i still cannot imagine something of this same scale happening here i mean all the allegations of russia's meddling into into the american elections i think russians first and foremost would be embarrassed to admit something like god to it that would be something that they would perceive as humiliating. do you think the american people by and large a bothered how all this scandal makes that country look well first and foremost i think it's important to note that the intelligence services here have yet to produce any evidence or proof whatsoever of russian meddling in the american elections what we have are allegations what we have our projections and
10:32 am
assessments let me review for you the assessments of the central intelligence agency. they said that there was no torture in american prisons during the iraq war that was a lie they denied that there were renditions by foreign nationals by the u.s. government during the iraq war that was a lie they claimed that the attack on our mission in benghazi was caused by a video that was shown one time in turkey that was a lie i know but do you know that this is an american expression after all that perception is reality and at the end of the day many american channels do not need hard facts in order to run a story you know that better than i do well but this is not a court of law this is of the court of public opinion prior to this weekend almost all of the. thora tate of polls the united states showed that
10:33 am
a majority of americans still didn't believe that there was russian interference in our election let's be candid about what this is about hillary clinton had promised the pentagon and the people at the central intelligence agency the expansion of the proxy war in syria they were wringing their hands in glee about war war would be very good for a number of hillary's large contributors and for the military industrial complex along comes donald trump he prefers negotiation over war he prefers detente over war front believes that if brace neath and nixon can reach agreement over strategic arms limitation then perhaps president putin and president trump can reach agreement and have peace in the middle east well absolutely he perhaps may feeling that he can do so if of course the democratic establishment be
10:34 am
resenting party will allow him to do so and speaking about the the hillary camp narrative i think by now it's well established through e-mails that the clinton campaign made that decision to. as they put it kill trump over putin's connections long before the d.n.c. had a bad decision was made in december of two thousand and fifteen and yet we all know that did that didn't help ms clinton the window elections and yet that narrative is still being exploited by the news what makes the storyline so durable because again if you look at the american channels basically no story survives a single news day but here we have a story that's been running unabated for more than a year well think what makes it durable is the fact that the mainstream media in this country keeps repeating it as noisy despite a stunning. lack of evidence it's
10:35 am
a national drum be without foundation i myself now believe that the secret fisa court approved a warrant to examine all of my e-mails all of my text messages and all of my telephone conversations over the last year this is an outrageous invasion of my constitutional right to privacy it's an outrageous violation of my civil liberties and although the government now has my grocery list and perhaps my e-mails back and forth between my wife and members of my family let me tell you what they don't have any communications whatsoever with the russian state russian intelligence russian businessman russian citizens this is an absurdity i have no contacts in russia i have not been in touch with anyone in russia in many years this
10:36 am
is a canard a false foot a lie and it is outrageous well mr stone a small correction a you have had no contacts with the russians except for our teeth but in a more serious note i wonder if the trumpet ministration is also contributing to that hysteric narrative by responding to it i think it's clear by now that general michael flynn who was allowed to go by the trumpet ministration over his illogic contacts with the russian ambassador didn't discuss anything reprehensible during those communications the same goes for attorney general jeff sessions don t. think that trump should be more resolute in standing up for his people. well i think he begin doing that this weekend when he made it clear that he believes and i believe that he was under surveillance by the federal government by the intelligence agencies while he was the republican nominee for president this is
10:37 am
a scandal bigger than watergate richard nixon did not know about the watergate break in in advance but he bore ultimate responsibility if you look at the statement of president obama this weekend he said he didn't approve is dropping on candidate trouble he notice he didn't say it didn't happen only that he didn't approve it of course if the justice department did ask the face a court for permission to serve ale candidate trump in june and against again in october it is unlikely that they did so without the permission and knowledge of the president so the question becomes what did obama know and when did he know it as i said this is a scandal far far greater than watergate and it may take some time in which the former president and his secretary of defense and his cia director and
10:38 am
his f.b.i. director are dragged before a grand jury and question under oath about what they knew if i were president trump i would fire the f.b.i. director and within hours have him in front of the grand jury to find out what he knows this is potentially the greatest scandal in american history mr mr nigh agree with you that the president obama's statement regarding be wiretapping of mr trump's phone was a very sort of legal ease in nature it shows that he is after all a lawyer and i wonder you figure on the trunk people would be more successful if they behave like this for example. if we take the charge against mr sessions now he's accused of not so much communicating with the russians but lying to the congress about those communications in the let's admit it certainly looks like he hasn't been fully transparent about it i wonder if. even if mr sessions felt
10:39 am
intimidated shouldn't he have given this same kind of response to the russia question asked mr obama so well known for well look as you probably know i am a hard liner several things are true first of all general flynn did not violate the law his contacts with the russian ambassador were perfectly proper legal and appropriate and within the scope of his job he was attempting to arrange a telephone conversation between president putin and president trump that's the beginning of a dialogue we need to give peace a chance and he did not discuss sanctions which would have been improper according to the partial disclosure of the context and content of the conversation there was no discussion president trunk should not have fired a general flynn i think he rushed to judgment and it was unfortunate secondarily
10:40 am
for senator sessions a member of the senate foreign relations committee to have a conversation with the russian ambassador is proper legal and there's nothing wrong with it there's no evidence of of that anything inappropriate was discussed so yes i don't disagree i think it's time for the trump administration to push back in they begin doing so this weekend. candidate trunk was indeed wiretapped by the deep state now mr stone i don't know if that that is a exaggeration but i heard a number of people in russia compared the session situation to the experience many people had been so if you times when you were applying for a job or university you had to fill in a certain a form breech asked you whether you had anime's of the people within your family and if you said yes that meant that you wouldn't get the job but if you said no you would be later prosecuted for lying i don't know if the parallels are. appropriate
10:41 am
here but it's it seems to me that there are certain situations to which you simply cannot give a good answer when you cannot give a good answer either to you to simple question this is the new mccarthyism in this country if you're not in favor of war over syria well then you must be a traitor you must be in the service of russian intelligence it's insulting it's outrageous it's false and suddenly the shoe is on the other foot you know i come from a long anti-communist tradition i have been active in the republican party as an acolyte of barry goldwater and ronald reagan and richard nixon in to say that because you are not in favor of war with russia tomorrow that you must be a traitor this is the worst form of mccarthyism that i have seen in the forty years
10:42 am
that i've been in american politics and while that's a preview of grim assessment mr stone we have to take a very short break now but when we come back the united states has long been a transair in global politics can their marriage in a way of doing politics be exported to other countries that's coming up in a moment and will depart stay tuned. it's. oh it's all be all. yes to all this is all the group.
10:43 am
what politicians to do something to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president bush. or some want to be rich. but you'd like to be prosperous like that before three of the people that i'm interested in the waters of our. first city.
10:44 am
never not once not. lose up let down one by its nature the definition is enough i'm by any. one seeking out a new south. and. take in the equal sitting. ducks. and then you get ready for it. how is that going. beach yeah. i mean i love just. to service them tokyo found it. to go. like. it is what it was because did it busy dancing
10:45 am
coral cultural if you will do friends. are. welcome back to worlds apart when discussing american politics and its global implications spent donald trump's for my advisor rocher stone mr stone i know that you've been involved in politics since high school your advice several successful presidential candidates has the way of doing politics in the united states changed at in any way especially in the last couple of years. well it's changed in one very positive way the mainstream media in this country do the technological advances of the internet have lost their monopoly on the dissemination of political information
10:46 am
now with a majority of americans getting their news from their end held computer device and no longer getting their news from a television set there's a greater diversity of information available to the average voter and therefore if you don't buy the crap being put out by c.n.n. you can go to breitbart news or info wars dot com or the daily caller or any number of other alternative sources to get better investigative journalism and a different point of view so i think politics in this country in a way has changed for the better there is greater polarization but that's far from my point of view whether it is bush or clinton or bush or obama both parties in this country until the advent and rise of donald trump were identical what they got us was endless war erosion of our civil liberties
10:47 am
massive debt and spending an immigration policy that left our country unsafe our neighborhoods and streets dangerous and trade policies that have sucked the jobs out of america in the meantime we had a foreign policy that was incoherent it appears to me at least in the middle east that the goal of our foreign policy was to strengthen and embolden our enemies while undercutting our allies and that is what we have done i wonder if you are perhaps underestimating the influence of feminists or media because they they seem to be pretty sad on it's not neutralizing down completely hundred mining what do you think because you know it looks like there's a pretty much. sounds us in the media that donald trump is not a legitimate president that he's somebody that has to be well perhaps tolerated but not recognized as a president what do you think is the ultimate goal of all these character assaults
10:48 am
when it comes to trump well that's only a consensus in the mainstream media and the mainstream media is losing influence in this country the viewership of c.n.n. down the viewership of c.b.s. down the viewership of a.b.c. down the viewership of n.b.c. down we have a rapidly changing situation yes they're trying to destabilize president trump yes they're trying to to challenge his authority but if you consider that hillary clinton and her acolytes like mr soros spent two billion dollars for her election if you consider that the value of the mainstream media assault on trump was worth hundreds of millions of dollars if you consider that google and facebook were playing with their logarithms to disadvantage us it shows you how strong the base of support for trump is in the country that he was able to overcome all of that to
10:49 am
win an upset victory it is a new day here and i think we have the prospects for peace we have had an alliance with the russian people in the past in world war two that was most successful and together we destroyed naziism we can unite for peace again but had you elected a neo con like hillary we would probably be at war today well i also want to ask you about hillary clinton because she herself was a pretty remarkable candidate with extremely high negative favor ability something that her campaign was well aware of there and they were very open about it but they hoped to neutralize it with the trump candidacy for month after the election was it clinton who lost because of trump all was a trump who won because of clinton i think it was a combination of two of the two. one of the ironies of course of the entire
10:50 am
argument that that the russian state somehow manipulated our elections again of which there is no evidence or proof whatsoever is because the democrats don't want to admit that they nominated a tired old corrupt candidate who had nothing to say no positive program for america they were counting entirely making trumped the issue i've lived through this before jimmy carter prayed for ronald reagan to be the republican nominee for president because he was a simpleton that everyone knew that carter could easily be sometimes you shouldn't get what you pray for ronald reagan was among our greatest presidents richard nixon who brought us peace with the russian people was among our greatest presidents but that's not what the mainstream media would have you believe absolutely and i think one thing that unites that is. that both nixon and i think reagan have in common
10:51 am
when being gauged with the russians they they engage from the position of respect genuine respect they did not try to demonize our country even though i'm sure they have many issues about how the system was run of the time and i think that is very much different from what we have at the moment when the democratic leadership insists on the position of moral superiority to the russians. is there any way to get rid of this position because if it's still very few tried to communicate with the russians from the position of moral superiority you would not get anywhere. no look at that point in agreement people keep saying well done trump refused to criticize president putin during the campaign you can't negotiate with someone in good faith if you start by attacking them it makes no sense i think you have to respect the russian state despite our profound disagreements and the differences in
10:52 am
our system but you can't negotiate peace if you begin from a hostile point of view attacking the people that you are sitting down with i could understand why president putin might prefer the election of dollar front he's met hillary clinton he knows she's a liar he knows that nothing she agrees to can she be held to i would hope that any agreement that might be reached between our two nations would be respected on both sides i think the president has the same view i don't think he has a disrespect for your president i think he has profound respect for him as he must have in order to have a suspect successful negotiation for peace well and i again i think this is also has been the russian position it's not that this a putin has an overwhelming respect for trump and he's position is that you have to
10:53 am
have respect for everybody you engage with not specifically for trump i'm sure that he would have gauged with mrs clinton to the same extent but you're right the. miss clinton legacy in russia is viewed critically not so much because as you said she was a liar i think most politicians do tell certain things that are questionable or dot not necessarily qualify as truth but i think her track record in the middle east in libya in particular oh wasn't that well received in russia understandably what reasons we have for toppling the government libya had had. the united states not borrowed a billion dollars to drop bombs on the libyan people. we would never have toppled that government in the case of gadhafi he had renounced his nuclear ambitions and he was an ally of this country we replaced him with a governmental system which kills christians kills gays abuse abuses
10:54 am
women no women are no longer allowed to own property or to get an education or even appear in public without a veil hillary clinton is an advocate for women know hillary clinton is an oppressive and black lives matter unless you live in libya in which case black lives don't matter at all now mr stone if i may ask you if i may i would also like to ask you about your business partner and longtime associate paul man a fourth who prior to advise ing campaign also worked had worked for almost ten years as a low beast in ukraine and it's what's ironic about mr mann a fourth is that in the united states he's investigated for allegedly russian ties in russia some people believe that he is this western stooge responsible in part for precipitating the current crisis in ukraine how do you assess his work in ukraine well first of all
10:55 am
he did not work as a lobbyist he worked as a political consultant for one of the democratic political parties in ukraine we we recognize the election of president you kind of it and then after viktor pinchuk paid the clinton foundation ten million dollars. the state department turned their head while you kind of it was driven from power at the point of a gun not an impeachment not little action but through mob violence in fact i believe it was mr metaphor who ordered the who advised the. ukrainian president to join the european union a position that would be adverse to the russian position some members of congress like maxine waters a need to get a map ukraine is not russia ukraine is next to russia they are not the same nation now mr sun and perhaps my final question to you bill reddy expressed your hope that
10:56 am
the relationship between. our two countries may improve i think that it would be extremely difficult to do without solving the crisis in ukraine and who knows maybe mr pena for his advice would be helpful there but on it more serious no doubt. do you do you think that is really possible because some of the statements that have been coming out of the tribes administration recently do really look like something president president obama could have sat is that a sign perhaps mr trump trying to appease his critics or is he indeed likely to pretty much continue the same policies of your russia as he's predecessor did it i do fear that there are some in his administration who might seek to dilute or watered down his policies on the other hand i put my confidence totally and completely in president trump i think he's dedicated to peace i think he sees the
10:57 am
vintages to peace over war i think he understands this cannot be an easy negotiation i think he realizes that we have fundamental differences but i am confident that the end of the day that he will give peace a chance that he will sit down with your president and see if we can find areas of agreement if we and perhaps just perhaps we can team up to destroy our common enemy isis which is a far greater challenge today than perhaps any other that we face ok well mr stone let's keep our fingers crossed for the time being we have to leave it. there i really really appreciate your time today add to our viewers please share your comments in our twitter you tube and facebook pages and i hope this year again same place same time here in a while to part. fleur
10:58 am
used to be a professional hockey player who won a stanley cup and the moment the girl who was living the dream but his success had a dark side on the time i was fourteen to sixteen i was raped one hundred fifty times by a coach of mine i was mawson in dark room and so you know every time i close my eyes i can sleep after many years of silence he speaks up and unites with other victims so you are going from toronto to ottawa walk in an hour walk into the victor walk just to create awareness and for most you linger on the subject of child sexual abuse this type of behavior is absolutely acceptable because of the
10:59 am
sentences that are handed down through the justice system. to make it as we describe it is that if a feed or a seed baby you'll see a new or so the you and me have this is just going to come from the east and the state is not the dentist to get you a baby but they feed the baby that's it's the big thing about the theatre. it's a very rough terrain is so widespread flooding moves and you have to fight for survival for the fact. it was gunshots on top of them and so very fresh and what happened in the morning and i've been even not i. don't think anything will back up. you know i don't want. to see it but
11:00 am
a body in this world is ready to participate in the good. old to need wouldn't. you don't think about these if these soldiers are on you've got three teams. in other patients. a journalist working with arabic channel has been killed by shelling from islamic state in syria. in a review of the week's main news one signature away new anti russia sanctions bill now it needs donald trump's approval to come into force we look at what's behind the move. as russia condemns the proposals as illegal the e.u. threatens economic washington fearing europe's businesses will be hit.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on