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to try and get some more information on this for the day. come by column be here in the next was. but for me, kevin, when i'm done and dusted for no key party, they'll come by, aside from that happens today as i call and say very so from state side studios next, it's news views hughes here and out into national, assessing more impacts of what's been happening and i've gone here most go this tuesday for now, kevin or the team wish you a great day. well. ready i i use
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me let's take a trip down memory lane through the history books, talk about geo politics as it was a 100 years ago, 150 years ago from some big brain sort of looking at the big map and how that's relevant today. the. the news news there will be consequences, alarming words for the taliban if the united states is not out of afghanistan by the end of the month. this is by president fighting for breast, for an extension on the deadlines. so when did america go from a policy of no negotiating with terrorist asking terrorists for permission?
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this is another world leader states concerns regarding possible terrorists, disguises refugees escaping risk. and we will bring you the latest as well as talk with an afghan translator, who helps american soldiers and get his perspective on the recent week. and then we're going to give you the 360 view of the former president trump riley over the weekend in alabama. it was one of his largest, so this is sign that the president is already on the campaign trail. get back to the white house. i'm skyler, he's and all the stories on today's edition of the news you use right here on ours t america. let's get started. ah, have dana stand continue to dominate world headlines as the chaos continued in the streets? and us citizens still are very desperate to get out. now world leaders are almost unified in their criticism. however,
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president bio ministration seems to fill the last few weeks, have been successful. the president believes we are making substantial progress. dozens of flights thousands, now tens of thousands of people vacuum from the country. we believe today will be inefficient and effective day and tomorrow and the next day as well. and as i said, he is taking this day by day and we'll make his determinations as we go. have our protests continue around the globe and here in washington, dc as well. many atkins and african americans are frustrated with the by to ministration and fear what their country will look like under taliban rule. or she started having jer reports. the story right here in front of the white house is one of several us locations with the afghan. they ask bra, and there are some borders gathered over the weekend with one president joe biden. and that is, they feel be trained by the i don't think the by the session is listening to the asking people. i think they are focused on trying to rectify the mistakes that
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they've made, which have been horrendous. and it's they need to listen to afghan people and listen to african americans and hear what they're saying here. they're demands and do what he need to do to bring in here as quickly as possible. today we're here to protest and get demands from the biden administration. we're here to ask the bite to ministration to cancel their agreement. there's no such thing over negotiating with taliban. not at all. we do not negotiate with terrorists. we don't want tara risk as, as our government. we do not want taliban as a government. protesters were chanting things like we can expand and save afghan as dan and many were holding up signs of us sanction pocket song. they say it's supporting the hollow bond and they're also demanding that the us open up their borders to afghan. and nearly everyone i, well with had it family members still that back, you know,
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and they feel helpless. and i felt several people crying, worried about their family members. they say they haven't spoken, do all of on to over and most are in hiding and they are very afraid especially afraid for their sisters for their on and for their mail cousins. i think the females have probably the worst scenario going on. an afghan, a sense being a woman who escape that situation myself 21 years ago. i understand wholeheartedly what it's like a woman there. as of right now, the call of on stand or abuse, oppression, destruction, loss of education, loss of rights, no work. how can we believe that there's anything is going to be different that hasn't been shown, it hasn't been in their history. and more than just a protest. this was people who are telling me that this is a community where afghans coming together and supporting one another, specially at
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a time when they full forgotten, forgotten by the name country that occupied samples 20 years and now left them in the exact same hands of who they were supposed to be protected by for news use use, and i haven't jer are to the now, meanwhile, in london doesn't a former african interpreters have gathered outside the british home office. they're demanding that the u. k. government helps their relatives out of africa and they're all ferrying taliban revenge for helping western allies our to our li reports. many of these men, all former interpreters who worked with the british army critical with the initial response of the british government to that world drawback. those evacuation attempts we saw those scenes of people definitely fleeing and the chaos still take you to a couple of port. what are the individuals coming on?
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the face criticism from the british foreign secretary dominic rob. now the u. k. government have stepped up that they say that they've already evacuated 6000, nearly 6000 people, including over 3000 afghans and they say those efforts all scheduled to continue. now we've also been taking some of the people attending this protest. some of those organizing this protest they say many of those stuck back in afghanistan like that were interpreters or otherwise help the occupation forces during the past 20 years . but also many of them have families back in afghanistan, many of whom they say hiding for the lives, of course, the evacuation and the way it's been handled has got political implications. as i mentioned, dominant rob coming on a criticism for his initial handling. not nice because he remained on a holiday while the crisis was unfolding his now back from the holiday and taking
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charge of the situation. but elsewhere we've been seeing cold for bars. johnson to use this week g 7 virtual meeting a call on joe biden. then the deadline from august, the 31st, when us forces relieve, i've got a sub but of course come with its own political and military risk. the africa and i thought about a war and the us to keep to their agreement, to keep that promise not to extend or stay in kind of some beyond august, the 31st will bear the consequences about decision. now, the caliban has issued a warning to the united states, saying there will be consequences if the united states is not out by august 31st. and russian president, vladimir putin has fears of terror is disguised refugees coming out of afghanistan, the russian president, so concerned russia is ready to ship weapons to central asian allies to prevent
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terrorists from fighting the region. so why are we not hearing the same concern about terrorism here in america? as cargo planes full of refugees are landing in the united states, most without background, or even complete medical checks? not president trump at this present, but had this to say regarding the refugees. one screened and cleared we will welcome ass can, who helped us in the war effort to their new home the united states. america. because that is who we are. that is what america is. now for those refugees, i am actually a little bit confused. as kids today are going back to school with demands of wearing mask social distancing, and even vaccines being placed on students, all this fall, thousands of refugees have come from afghanistan to america without much knowledge of their present health. and we don't even know the conditions they will be housed in and the medicare medical care given. once they land. it is anything like how this ministration is handling the immigration issue at the southern border. america could be on the verge, another health and national security crisis,
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except in our own backyard. but one man who did make it out of afghanistan is ex, 1st, a burden. sorry, no, sorry. and he joins us now to give his insight into an afghan translator. for the u . s. and what he is hearing from his friends, joe, back in the country. thank you so much for joining us. thank you, ma'am. i appreciate it. yeah, tell us a little bit about your role within afghanistan in the united states and how much hope you have for other translators to get out of the country safely and their families had thank you. majority the interpreter, their stock, and cobble and different houses, the taliban there. and looking and searching the house during the night and also the taliban. there surrounded the airport, kia port and they are taking picture of the people and asked name and ask taliban spies. do ask people name, who do you are, what are you? what do you did before? we will. how do you blah, blah, blah. so i'm special,
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i'm kindly requesting all interpreter and language. please do not share your information with others. and me. i support united state, i work for us government 11 years in frontline. i lost my fingers and wore the taliban. they cut my finger, solve the nose and all that. and the taliban, they put the 300000 dollar bounty on my head in 2008. when i was a us marine and front line. and now the taliban came back to the to the cd to the cobble. and they are hunting my family. my family have already moved to dubai and have a cell and near the cobbler airport. i cannot share the information for the news, but i'm kindly requesting president biden at please do you broke your promise?
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i respect you, but now you left us behind. you brought taliban back? you are innocent. people mean you're at the people of our garrison day light taliban or they support taliban, but majority be people of a gun and they have taliban. the witnesses, a ww people. they left up get a son and even did jump on an airplane, but they said we will kill ourselves, but we are not hunting as to the wild animals means taliban. so a lot of retired generals, colonels like turner and more video congressman chris met mr. jerry torres retired army, all my friends, they are supporting us. they are supporting me with my family, but job i didn't didn't. so i'm kindly requesting 3 support and it's,
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and people and 3 support american allies well and favor. and i really, if it's so sad to hear that there hunting down your family still, and obviously you've already sacrificed so much physically with your own giving. i have to ask you what, how are you actually recruited by the us military? and would you think that was there any promises made to you to protect you and your family in the future if this situation was to happen at some point? first i, when i join in 2004, and when i came here they said we will protect you or we will protect your family there. but they did. and my family moved from north of uh, got a son a couple days ago like 5 days ago. but my cousin de taliban de be hate my cars and, and, but i never gave up. i asked people to pay for me that i can save my innocent family and the taliban when i was supporting the marines and supporting the
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innocent people, the taliban, the for the bounty, because of the taliban, they lost a lot of people. a lot of people, they joined americans, a lot of people, they said we want america to stay here like japan. you see the america, they were there for 70 years. but the people they ask why american they left up get us and we want the america. if the government doesn't but we, we want, but united states, they left gunnison and 20 years and also the taliban. they're celebrating day by day and they are taking tardy. they said we beat russia, we beat america, which is not true. shame on us. we have to fight, we have to take the virus out of the afghanistan. well, as soon as possible, sarah, so sorry to hear that about your cousin. that being said, you know,
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do they have listed, they know who these people are to this taliban know who worked with the americans ahead of time. how are they finding out these people? and for those that are there people being falsely accused and actually being sentenced to death, who did not necessarily help out the us, but just they're not getting a chance to actually plead their innocence. they're just being sentenced to death. yes, they say anybody support american? i heard the people say the taliban will not harm people will not be people like that before. no, no, no mike and my brother and my 2 siblings. they move from chicago to dubai by support of general by support of congressman chris met. but the beaten by taliban taliban de beat my family. they beat every every, every single people and the people. a lot of people they tell by taliban, but the taliban they are not showing us. they say no social media, no facebook do not post anything. they block everything, so people,
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they cannot see american or, or international people. they cannot see the block, everything. if anybody posts against taliban, they will be hated. that automatically says just real quick before i let you go, you said that you feel betrayed by it, but a president, binary lie, g, the not take care of your family. that being said, he said that it was just absolutely surprise the taliban took over afghanistan and just to make or less than 2 weeks, is that how you see, or was there actually on the ground from people you've talked to? was it pretty certain that this is going to happen to the child that was going to gain control rapidly once the us pulled out? actually at the people they were, they were surprised. why? mister ash of getting the so called president again, a son. he escaped from afghanistan, he was talking, you know, actually the tree people, they handle all up genesis shop gunny with 2 other partners they had. and that's
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why the majority people they don't like. and the former president of, i've got a son, mr. sharp guinea was minister, was a chief of war, was a mayor, everything. so he didn't let anyone to work there. and they, he stole a lot of money. he's cape from up, get a son and the rest of money like $5000000.00. he gave it to the p. p. s. as to his unit to has people. so people off of guns i said, once we see or receive the former president, i shall get any anywhere. we will not let him to walk or we will not let him to be alive because they are very upset from former president of i've got us on it. the former president of i got a son, was the hated president and the history of again a said or sorry, sorry my heart hurts feeling will be praying for your family for their safe return for all of those that are on the same situation. thank you so much for joining us. we'll talk soon in the future. after the break,
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president trump emerges in front of a crowd of almost $50000.00, to deliver his opinions on how the presidency has gone so far. are panel joined us with their opinion on it speech as well as was former president can still draw a crowd what it could be for the future after the break, the the the, the, the americans love buying homes. ah, this was a funny middle part of how our political leadership and our country, large understood the bargain. you get a whole and then you know, rebel right, as the things you don't revolt if you have a stake in the system,
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be really interesting to dial back and think about no longer deeper history of what housings meant in the united states. not just that old question of the american dream, but the big question of who the dream has been for the the pictures of the crowd, 847000 people and attended president trump raleigh. over the weekend and coleman, alabama caused excitement from his bass while drawing fire from critics over the timing, considering we still are in the middle of a pandemic. but it was his comments which again, like always game to the attention. biden fail totally on the pandemic, and he's now overseeing the greatest foreign policy you merely ation in the history of the united states of america. vietnam looks like
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a master class in strategy compared to jo biden's catastrophe. i dealt with abdul. he was the leader. i set up dual. anything happens we are going to rein terror upon you. it will be a terrible while to give it $360.00 of you and bring in david kaz, former assistant, us attorney and ed martin as well as safely ego. thank you so much for joining me. and david, you know, i know your last name because you were wondering if i was going to play the one quote. i think there's t shirts already played, but i do have chairs and kids watch did involve the whoa. coul president trump feels about woke. i'm going to start with you because this is, this is your home charge. he did new social media platform to get the point across on saturday night. do you think this is susie has in for the former president is gaining strength again. and what does that mean for his future? well sure, look. one thing is donald trump is a master this, right? i mean, a governing is hard work. joe biden is learning that being
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a candidate and being out is easier. and donald trump loves to turn phrases and to get people amped up. so it was a master class in donald trump. there's never been anybody like him. the other thing though is that, as you see, biden stumble and i mean at this point, even the mainstream media, the fake news is admitting that by this stumbling you, the people are saying, oh my gosh, what's happening this contract? i mean, i hear from grassroots, leaders who are saying, you know, we need to change this direction, but can we change it in time because we're losing so much ground in the world, in our economy and all the rest. so look, a trump is stronger than ever. it's donald trump's republican party. if he wants to run for president 2024, he gets the nomination. i think he's running against the devastated democratic party today in washington. the moderate democrats are running away from the party. so it's donald trump world and we're just bouncing through it and he absolutely enjoys it. well, to that point, david democrats on power lot easier to play defense defense office. and in this
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case, democrats empower or their action is actually helping to reignite some of the same fire, which people believe to help get trump elected back in 2016 when you're looking at how the economy is doing, how do our national security. and obviously the recent events and i can't stand well, ed can turn a phrase to. but i think that the reality is that by this doing actually quite well. and i think this is requiring him to stay in the middle. and i think as long as he stays in the center, he'll do very well and he'll be re elected because trump will always have that base lloyd be out on the fringe. you know, they said that this was trump stock. i call this penny stock. the fact that he can turn out 47000 people in the middle of alabama, that's the red estate in the country the read his place. so that's no surprised at all, but what he needs is the suburbs and as long as bite and doesn't veer off. busy to the left, i think that will be good and i think this experience while it is humiliating, i think people will come to their senses that there was no other way. trump wanted
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to get out of afghanistan. he didn't want to leave even 15000 troops. there to maintain the status quo for a few more years. bite went along with that. that's true. but this was trump's plan truck negotiated with the taliban truck made this disastrous plan and it's hypocritical for him now to try to gain political leverage from it. ah, so is that going to be the lie that the democrats are going to take and is it going to be able to hold water at the fact that this was our trump would have done it? and this is all trans fault, is just a different person that carried it through. well, look, it's always the person who's on the watch that gets the credit or blame. you know, donald trump was present during the pandemic. i think he lost in 2020 because of that, it's just as impossible a hand to deal with. but i think joe biden is nobody thinks joe biden handled this well, everything about it is ham handed. it's a mess. but look, let me preview for david what the republicans are going to run on and sweep into the mid terms they're going to run on joe by. you think he's a moderate, we have a 1000000, maybe 2000000 people coming across our border. now 100000 f canney refugees,
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we're not going to check the suburbs are worried about this. trust me. and here's another one. the suburbs are worried about you spend trillions of dollars and you rework welfare. so used to be welfare. you had to look for a job. now it's just checks to people. the suburbs are looking up and saying, ha, you're making me keep my kid in a mask in a school distance learning, and you're given money away to people who won't work right now. biden, 1st of all, you won't run for reelection, he knows that we know that the only question is whether he last till the midterm, because people democrats are now talking about how his performance is now matching the impression of his cognitive ability. and they're wondering how long this can go . the only problem is common looks more in depth than he is. and so they're really, the democrats are in a hobson's choice as they say, david, real quick, i got 30 seconds for you. is there someone in the democratic party, whether it be by joe biden, they can match that type of enthusiasm, an excitement amongst a democrat based a currently on the same? i think that biden has shown that you don't need to be mr. excitement member. he
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won the nomination, they didn't think he would, they won the election. they didn't think he would. they said he was down in the basement. you know, i was the head of a task force under president reagan. and as long as the republican stick to a program, which is not trump, they tend to do well, it's not trump program, it's free trade. it's individual liberties. it's a lot of things that trump didn't actually stand for when he was an office. well, i can guarantee the midterm is going to be about biden's agenda and where people stand on that we'll see who makes the grade. ed. david, thanks for talking. thank you. scottie. andrew. cuomo might have left the governor's mansion, but he didn't take his dignity or his dog. captain governor andrew was 3 year old shepherd mix did not move out with the governor last week, in preparation for the final stroke of midnight when he is no longer in office. but living your dog behind me there revealing about a person's character. so we bring in line a full of character on his final thoughts on this soon to be disgraced. governor, thanks for joining me, lionel. thank you. my final thoughts though, was it should be your final thoughts. so on governor cuomo,
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as he no longer be able to have that full title. that being said, you think cuomo is feeling remorse, now for any of his actions? now, now he has actually no remorse, whatsoever. he has no sense of guilt. he has no sense of shame. he has no appreciation for consequence. he is a predator who to this day, instead of saying, i want to thank the people of new york for giving me the opportunity to show no, maybe leaving on a hide, you know, he did one more time. he said i didn't do anything. if i did, i didn't mean to, and i've got a weird dev humor, and i like the dog by any. what did the weird machinations in this delivery that made people think? thank god, he's gone. it was the worst valid victory ever. ok, so it was there anything good the govern when we got a positive that he did, is there a chance that will be what he's known for? or will he always be known for his legacy of how he tucked his tail. but again, it's like in that office that and how is responsible for the debt?
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the 15000 elderly people, when they put coven positive people into nursing homes, one president, trump speaking of president trump, who brought the comfort and noble of the javits center. and he could have done this now when, when andrew to be fair during his 1st year of 4 years, he actually was very good getting budgets on time and lowering dougherty. they did a good job, but then i don't know what happened. who knows? nobody is going to remember that this is like the end again, remember, scotty the, the, the reason the effect, the last thing people remember when you said goodbye, instead of making people feel good and looking forward, how we're going to join the whole goal? i'm going to get bothering her for i knew he didn't do that. he basically provided more apollonia to explain this, this sick behavior is demented. well, but he is gone from office as of today. i know. thank you so much for joyce at least for now before the long time. thanks for joining us. and that is opportunity
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation. let it be an arms race is on often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical of time. time to sit down and talk with the i
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the in the wake of the taliban shot. take over of, i've got to stand white has says it didn't evacuate people earlier to avoid a complete crisis of confidence in the african government, but also admits that it's related response. failed to stop that from happening anyway. and now to un food agency warms of shortages in afghanistan within weeks, the organizations a chief for the country, tells us of a looming, humanitarian catastrophe. needs are enormous. nearly half of the population are most important. seeing right now you still are wide so that we can wide partial persistence. people from the.

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