NBC’s Richard Engel speaks with Javad Zarif, Iran’s Foreign Minister, on a wide number of topics related to the United States’ relationship with Iran, including Trump’s travel ban, the Syrian crisis, ISIS, and the nuclear deal implemented during the Obama Administration.
President Donald Trump reiterated on Saturday that he will create ‘safe zones’ in war-torn Syria as an alternative to allowing refugees to enter the United States.
Speaking at a rally in Florida, Trump said that he wants Gulf States to fund these safe zones.
“They [Gulf States] have nothing but money,” he said.
This interview with U.S. Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, former commander of the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, published in July 2014. It is being recirculated as Reuters reported Friday that McMaster is one of four people being considered by President Donald Trump as the nation’s top national security advisor, a position that became vacant last week with the ouster of Michael Flynn, a retired Army general.
Are we witnessing a criminal assault against our Constitutional system by a bunch of Obama/Clinton linked “sore losers” who find themselves on the sidelines as the result of the November elections? Has the MSM gone totally over to the dark side?
In general, as long as this is grinding on, the clarification of relations which will determine the future prospects of the conflict the United States and Russia will be held at a later date. Of course, all this will be accompanied by both a variety of information of hysteria in the US media (directed against the Russian Federation, as well as against the current administration – in order to prevent even the likelihood of a compromise), as well as more concrete steps to hinder contacts between Washington and Moscow, like the manipulation of the resignation of General Flynn (the next likely target – Stiven Bennon)
Harward attended the College of Naval Command and Staff, the Naval Staff College and the Armed Forces Staff College. He holds a master’s degree in international relations and strategic security affairs, served as a federal executive fellow at RAND and is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for International Studies, Foreign Policy Program Seminar XXI.
The US President Donald trump has made it clear that he expects the return of the Crimea to the Ukraine and de-escalate the situation in the East of the country. This position was outlined Tuesday at a regular press briefing the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer.