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no he looked at what the other way around yes supported the coup in ukraine without which crimea would never never have gone back to russia people would never be pushed to vote for that referendum for going back to russia so just you know unintentionally trump told the truth and if we compare trump and the so-called liberals in the us administration trump is more peaceful let me give you. the only real careful there are all right you see here you got twenty seconds to explain that because it is just. the headline from the nation the media response to the meeting with trump betrays a cynical attitude to south korea's security basically the media response was tromp made concessions he gave up all the exercises he's betrayed the united although i would say his defense if i were to defend him that's part of our to the deal gentlemen i want to jump in here we're going to go to a short break and after that short break we'll continue our discussion and some
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real news stay with r.t. .
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several see a blue ball you'll. get a phone you know. what was the last digit you went on the internet no i am not accusing me of these village is it safe it is. a sure there is no music ters there and they are all going to be sure the baby does a glass of his that is the. system worked on in only four. years of death as part of that was a good deal. more work i was.
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previously. yaz they are being false form in where he was with a member of the society. and. welcome back across all things are considered i'm peter we're discussing some real news. ok gentlemen. change gears go back to patrick in plymouth there is whispers and
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talking rumors that we could possibly see a trump putin summit one on one in europe surrounding the meeting the annual meeting of the nato alliance here should the two meet patrick go. well. received logic would say no that would be the equivalent of an apocalypse for the resistance in the united states there could short circuit c.n.n. . and there would be a mass trauma they would need to do what i always like rachel maddow you rachel maddow start being paid a half a million dollars for a program ok go ahead you go. i go with that but i think on suicide more and spring the trap is is the advice i would give to the president because he's going off of a well if we're successful meeting with kim jong un in singapore and with his present there are no risks really internationally because you know anything he does
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going to be. attacked and put down by the opposition in the united states and but not but not by the international media so maybe there's an opportunity for this president to maybe in the way that ronald reagan jumped over the media to the domestic population in the eighty's that trunk could connect with a portion of the international community globally by doing positive things internationally certainly there's no risk there's a lot of rewards however in terms of legacy in terms of the twenty twenty alexion so is the russia gate burns out and fizzles out people going to be looking at results they're going to be looking at deliverables and certainly oh good relations with asian russia's and that's a good point results mark see that's what i have the back of my mind would there be any results other than a photo op you know there was just like there wasn't really any results in north korea other than a photo op i mean that real summits should take place after the details are hashed out by policy wonks compromises are made and then the principals
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are brought in to sign on this is a photo op and political theater first and a way it's useful because it buys the u.s. off while north korea and south korea continue the real work of making large deal of apiece. deal and indeed nuclearization deal what trump signed with kim jong il and it was not anywhere near the deal for denuclearization and fact former u.s. presidents have signed far more detail. deals you know actual you know legal contracts for denuclearization with north korea and they've all come to naught i mean we have to think that you know george bill clinton george bush sr signed a deal for denuclearization with north korea that bill clinton ripped up and then
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delinquent but this isn't it deal with let's because it makes i don't want to give the impression here this was all the north koreans fault under george bush sr it was congress that was unwilling to fund the deal ok they pulled out from it and then you have the axis of evil under. bush jr so you know they failed for multiple reasons and in the end there is evidence there was a lot of good faith also in the north korean popular let's make sure the claim is this works this was not a deal this was an aspirational declaration look at the meeting which is this the single to promote work towards the right these are not the language this is deals that i want to get back to korea and i want to but i want to ask me here should putin trump meet well i think if they meet the results will be very impressive because i think the momentum has been lost don't you think from wants to do just to stick his thumb into the into this is why democrats shouldn't do you know that they that's exactly. what you need to do for trump it's not going to be
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much more because trump is already surrounded by the people like john bolton like mike pale i just can't imagine any real result coming from such a summit that i think the time has been lost you know if trump had meant in the beginning. thousand and seventeen right after he gave all with a sprawling misses during his campaign you know that he would improve relations with russia well he would face true man disappeared from the c.n.n. stand would be like every day but there would be an opportunity to do something now i think has been lost and i tend to say to put it on check here i want to go back to north korea here i mean i think we all agree i think mark put it perfectly it's aspirational at this point but there is something different here is that donald trump he's now it's all on him it's his ok and he wants to win this ok and perception is everything in his mind here and that's why i tend to think
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this process has legs probably most importantly is that the us meaning the people surround let the koreans do the hard work and if that if they could do that and have some kind of breakthrough something could come about though it's not going to be the one hundred percent that the pump ayos in and the boltons want but it will be what the koreans want and i think that trump could agree to that go ahead patrick absolutely agree with mark on the point about letting south korea north korea get on with the business of what they need to do and certainly that's one of the things that will definitely come out of this that's kind of an overarching theme. is going to sort of cancel the meeting then you see kim off to beijing you see closer ties and communication between pyongyang and beijing so as you asian powers can get together they can have you know multilateral discussions without the united states mediating on it and i think this is the theme you're going to see all
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around the world united states is no longer perceived as a kind of honest broker for international spirit so people getting on with the business themselves but what's really important is that in asia appearances mean everything so this image of north and south korea walking over the line holding hands together. president's donald trump saluting the north korean general you just opposed that with obama bowing to a saudi king so you know this is a very different sort of bit of optics we're looking at here but it means something to asian people that's what's important and so they they fully expect it don't trump will not remain on any movement forward on these deals so it's a very different kind of expectation you see in europe so asia and europe two totally different cases in terms of how optics is perceived in the public you know you know market me and we have this and we could do a program every week the impending trade war or the ongoing trade war. what is
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trump signaling here i mean he is playing a really hard ball when it comes to these this these tariffs issues is that is is the signal he sending to everyone around the world is that he's serious he's drawn a line in the sand and we can work on these other things but this is actually kind of a weird global confidence building exercise that he's conducting right now is it as much as it is unpleasant for america's trading partners i mean we've we've got headlines in. here we've got foreign policy the west will die so that trump can win vitamin c. we've got you know apocalyptic everything in the new york times cory shockey from the international institute of strategic studies the trump doctrine is winning and the world is losing trump i think really is trying to get out from underneath his handlers and rip the liberal international order up he sees himself whether it's
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true or not i don't think so but he sees himself as this incredible deal maker of the art of the deal and he sees the us getting the you know the wrong end for four decades now and he wants to rip up and renegotiate the old. i want to rip up nafta completely canada is actually the biggest target of his terrorist poor little poor little through to the world if you know the dollar is getting hit with twelve billion dollars write the e.u. another eight billion china only three billion but he's trying to rip this order up and renegotiate a deal that he sees would be in the us as favor and this is why you know his turning away from the traditional us allies canada the e.u. has got you know the deep state in the us petrified even as he reaches out to so with that have traditionally been you know us adversary is worth we're thinking of
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north korea china of russia and said well i'm a businessman we can do business the transaction. it's transactional it's again the ideology you know the way you know the way trump has been treating the europeans it's kind of a can do you know parents having forty year old children still living at home it's time to move on ok so you've got an education you're smart you're wealthy now you have to start and you're not getting anything on that and you're not spending anything on upkeep of the house ok at least a house you're living in so it's time to move out and get on with your lives there was a very good argument in the guardian surprising surprising. treatment of not that is you know the canadians view not to see it as if it is forever you know and trump insist it should be expire in five years and then new terms should be negotiated
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that was by george monbiot not going to last trump donald trump was right the rest of the g seven was wrong and that seems they got a d. and so something is really changing in the world right now i think stuff in the court in the in the foreign affairs if you published an article called the realist world when he answered. admits that most of the people in the united states the so-called provincials have been left out you know globalization has been reaching big companies big urban centers well what can and it's the fact that china had the same problem no big chinese companies were more eager to invest in africa or in latin america than in mainland china so basically he's not that meeting the fact that this was all about. capitalism and just destroying sometimes so i thought of it so i kind of you talk about democracy demon but marx may have been a mistake marxist senator just was mistaken in the past have no model and i think workers have a model and capital has no model of capital just moves their owners agree on that
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last word marc before we go to the yeah this the big thing is this the pundits were furious with donald trump for sitting down they were furious for some reason that the american flag was flown next to the north koreans like trump is meeting with a brutal dictator u.s. leaders meet with brutal day tears although you don't have a problem with obama and hillary clinton with mohamed bin solomon in the saudi flag so what's the deal here it's pure partisanship it's political theater the ones that were really didn't you know all of this where the south koreans they were treated like children in all of this and the argument was all trumpets is abrogating our security guarantees to south korea south koreans don't want that moon julian is in support of this meeting with trump and and he was generously rewarded in the election day after eighty one percent of the south koreans supported this summit ok eighty eight percent support of the gentleman but this is the end of our
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is now for watching closely watching the hawks. hello and welcome to day five of the world cup here in russia it is a big day for england and two museum both to grab the excess of fans have been taking in the sun sitting on the banks of the volga ahead of the guy. back. to it i'm going to be. a mile off the speaker all of a is also involved grab where he's been putting fans boarding skills to the test. it's
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a little postponed it's all about football i think up until fota i could syria were going to have a little bit of the game the idea was to is yet to go. sixty eight zero five six seven. down the action has already started to because today's first match between sweden and south korea has just kicked up. a lot again we're live on day five of this world cup where the sun has been shining to you hasn't it on the. smaller teams in this tournament so far but will linger and belgium and sweden cast a cloud over so-called we care opposition today with joining me as ever to talk through all of this is manchester united boss jason marino and james i was saying the first game just kicked off sweden against korea an important going to isn't it for both sides considering that germany mexico. i think they're both under huge pressure now to qualify after the result yes the the result was the last resort
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felt korea and three of them. would like to happen but happen i don't believe that germany is going to lose another match because that would mean that germany out of the world cup in the group phase so these matches isn't a must win for both and sure with regard to sweden it's their first tournament since slatternly but even if it's for a tie their star striker do you think they will struggle to schoolgirls i think they struggle to score goals but they build the team we dogged him with a certain style. based on a very. mechanical four for two where the two strikers twelve one and. they don't have ten percent of of slocum's class and creativity but they working
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credibly well for the team and the team you manage for example to be equally in a very cool split your based on that determination win. based on that he was very rigid four four two but where everybody really works hard for the team now many people think that sweden are the favorites today but we know not to discount the underdogs in this tournament how do you rate the chances of south korea today i don't think they're in the box for this match i think three they have similar potential to. swedish deal with one difference which is experience that all the swedish players that have been in many many countries of european football and from korea. is a special player not just in terms of talent but also in terms of his experience. in the high level of the premier league but i think physically strong very intense
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very fast i don't think sweden is the favorite to win this match would you expect a tie game then today yes and i wouldn't be surprised you for south korea when so much reich a fascinating well they will finish with england they are taking on chinese it and involved grab this thing in fact haven't played each other at a world cup for twenty years would you believe that time around included when it and england's current manager parasite was playing and not going to sets of fans have been taking in the sights of all grad ahead of that match. it is here today. my. performance a constant anyway maybe for two or three. easy. i
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did observing. josie last night we're saying that england are favorites for this one but of course nothing is certain in this world cup as a manager what sort of things do you worry about i wondered when your team a big favorites before a match. is an extra. extra factor. is next time mention of. what these. the pressure to play football because sometimes people is just. it's just happiness but people sometimes forget that. there is sometimes huge pressure on on the players' shoulders and when you are a gender dog you are free from this pressure when you are a clear favorite you feel it
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a little bit so i think. for sure english players are confident for sure that in all their much better in the view julie collectively but at the same time they know . what the huge football country england is. and the expectations are always very very high at the same time the media in england. they can be they can go to both extremes sold and always things go wrong. we'll be in extra pressure at the to them like it happens in previous world cups and us so i sing the boys will be confident yes read the us but feeling a little bit the pressure and during the match itself if things don't go to plan for example perhaps in them i can see the nearly go can you tell whether players starting to feel the tension. you know i think first of all gary has something that i love cheese look to the rides and see lots of good players look to the left and
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see look lots of solutions and when you have that you are not afraid of something unexpected that can come into the game because you know that you have there the people to change the people to have to help you in case of the game plan doesn't go . according to your plan supposing that england plays with harry cane sterling probably. we look to one side's you will see the. one out of you will see in the world and so on and so on so i think the sport is good this for these young the sport is experience young but experience so i sing gary has. as on these on his hands the goods and with the group to to face any and expected seems unthinkable and i shouldn't be too nervous soft and i think you should because you know there is always
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a confrontation of styles is an african team but the north african team lots of players playing in european football be that culture of course the potential is used different but. you never have and i k well before that in fact in the same group belgium to take on panama down in sochi belgium versus panama just kick off in about three hours time it is a huge game for panama who are actually making their world cup debut would you believe and it is the first time that these two teams have i've ever met saying what you make of this game then what should we make of panama because is it difficult to gauge how good it's a means if they're just making their debut at a world cup you know i think they come with. such happiness with such pride that they have absolutely nothing to lose and everything positive they do will be magnificent for them. i am a football man and i should be
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a little be ashamed to say it but if i don't know much about panama imagine. a person that doesn't have my my job at the level i have no of course the manager of the area but after a couple of players playing in the belgium league and all of them playing. in the concacaf area in the m.l.s. in some. in some minor leagues we can. and say that so for them is a huge chance for the country is absolutely beautiful some form of play is they have like the laval there is he was successful in in europe in spain in france but we don't know much about it so i would consider them one of the teams that if they get the point what an amazing. what an amazing achievement for them and if they get
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the point what's. a match disaster for belgium or england two to lose. to lose two points against one of the would be wouldn't it so now i think it would be a disaster even lost today finally i know you've got a number of pace manchester united playing in this world cup how does that help develop a player helps helps because. first of all there's about tactical culture i think every experience that you can have there too heavy to your natural and your normal day by day helps to develop and sold to play against african teams it's good to play you against south american teams is fantastic so i think these multi cultural football vironment these fantastic for the experience of the players a part of that by the mental the emotional point of view.


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