sort of detail. >> pete, joining us now is jane harmon, president of the wilson center who for years in congress, intelligence committee, importantly from l.a. you know terminal 3, jane. >> you bet. >> tell us the landscape there and if this man was stopped by a tsa officer at the checkpoint where you show your id, it's right at an inspection point. there are a lot of people there. i don't know if you heard this because of the bad weather another east coast flights were delayed. this is a crowded airport. >> it's very old. terminal 1, 2, 3 are horrible, very vulnerable. i was proud of the fact terminal 1 is faced by jane harmon flower pots. security barriers to keep trucks from driving into the plate glass windows. there's very little distance between the horseshoe drive around that airport and check-in places. somebody making mischief. hopefully he's lone gunman and detained here. this airport was the target of a planned terror attack. a guy named rassan was detained, he had a truckful of explosives trying to blow up lax. it's a gateway to asia and the entryway to the whole u.
technology kept our president and ceo, jane harmon, on the tarmac in new york city, rather, at laguardia airport for over two years ago this morning. she has just landed and will be here shortly and will make a closing comment. she apologizes, but we wanted to get started. the wilson center is a public very private institution created by an act of congress. it sevens as the official -- serves as the official national memorial to the 28th president. we tackle global issues through independent research, open dialogue and actionable ideas. we seek to provide safe political space for addressing key public policy issues. nuclear proliferation issues are a lane of excellence for the center. our nuclear proliferation international history project is a global network of individuals and institutions engaged in the study of international nuclear history are through archival documents, oral history, interviews and other empirical sources. the wilson center has very strong ties with the los alamos national laboratory. joe from the lab is here this morning. the wilson center has followed the nuclear
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we reduce the sanctions. that is not a poe portion nat agreement. >> let's bring in jay harmon, the president and ceo of the woodrow wilson international circle for scholars in washington, a former california democratic representatives who served on the house intelligence committee for a long time. jane, thanks very much for coming in. why doesn't the president have these prominent democrats on board, including the number three democrat in the senate, chuck schumer? >> well, i think enormous credit is owed to john kerry and an excellent team who found agreement with six other nations and then iran on an -- >> i think we've just lost jane harman over at the woodrow wilson center, unfortunately. we've lost our little communications with her. the interview was only just beginning. we're going to try to reconnect with jane harman, get her thoughts. we have one confident president's advisors, national security advisors joining us as well, ben rhoades will join us this hour. we'll take a quick break. much more right after this. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches
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