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summit and in it donald trump issued a number of a storm the shingly on diplomatic statements the first and foremost is that if we use them a plows ahead with her so-called checkers bragg's it that's. the sort of divorce from the e.u. that will still allow the u.k. to remain quite closely aligned to brussels well then that u.s. free trade deal that's been dying gold in front of our noses as the potential outcome of this trip well that will be off i actually told through some how to do it but she didn't agree she didn't listen to me if you do or do like we would be dealing with the european union instead of dealing with the u.k. so it will probably kill the deal now she didn't listen to him and wait there is so much more because trump also said that boris johnson the former foreign secretary who resigned on monday because he doesn't agree with terrorism
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a stance on brags that he thinks it should be a harder brags that the u.k. is pursuing what donald trump said that he would make a great prime minister take a listen i was very saddened to see that he was leaving government and i hope he goes back at some point i think is a great representative of your country well i'm not putting one against the other i'm just saying i think he would make a great prime minister i think he's got what it takes a remarkable interview given that the u.s. president is being hosted here by to resume a she's still got to spend the day with him today trip was supposed to reaffirm the special relationship it was supposed to lay the foundation for this trade deal and send a signal that it could be forged she wined and dined trump but she ended up with a knife lodged firmly in her back by the end of that dinner on this nor could press conference do in a couple of hours now this all begs the question of where this leaves the two countries so-called special relationship and i guess the it takes
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a look at that next. america and the u.k. have a special thing going special relationship they called it language culture values defense then came trump but surely he can't ruin it right the special relationship between the u.k. and the u.s. has been strong for many years and will have opportunity to talk about a possible future trading relationship really remember barack obama when he came around they couldn't get enough of him everyone wanted to shake his hand and get a picture what a swell guy. trump
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just doesn't have the charm it seems where barber was greeted with cheers and applause trump gets protests and outrage even a giant trump baby balloon and americans being told to avoid drawing attention to themselves be aware of your surroundings and exercise caution and expect to live in the vicinity of large gatherings keep a low profile. one would imagine a special relationship would be a little friendlier but what do we know who to say hip in this explosive and politically divided age of ours but why they hate ok trump did slap britain and europe with painful tariffs and steel and alum india and mrs me certainly wasn't happy about it expressed deep disappointment at the unjustified decision of the united states to apply terrorists to steal and i'm moving in. it
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cannot be done by taking unilateral action against your partners then there was the whole iran mess so much effort years of work to get iran to verifiably stop pursuing nuclear weapons and then trump torpedoes it but come on you couldn't have been alone britain's always been there for the states donald trump. undermined progress towards normalization of relationships with iran i have been very clear in a number of conversations with the president of the united states about the belief of the united kingdom the j c p a way the nuclear deal with iran should stay then there's the breck situation and england's maze of government and strategy are in shambles she needs friends the back here and who better than the us the people voted. to break it up so i would imagine that's what they'll do but maybe they're taking a little bit of
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a different route so i don't know that's what they voted for well that wasn't very helpful though trump did offer the u.k. a tariff free trade deal if it really did as the e.u. but goodness me there's very little that special in this relationship aside from how fast it's losing its special pnas and on top of that trump being trump just had to rub salt in the womb i'm going to a few hot spots we have nato there we have the u.k. and then we have putin. and i said putin may be the easiest of them all you never know but i'm going to a pretty hot spot right now right with the lot of reza lot of resignations on law and that's just saying it's easier to talk to putin then to you all allies but they you go how's that for friends it's like the phrase goes with friends like
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these who needs enemies you know without say we have a full focus for you next with the game's biggest weekend of the year on the way we'll get up to speed on look at the final two matches still to come. most people think just stand out in this business you need to be the first one on
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top of the story or the person with the loudest voice of the biggest raid in truth to stand the news business is just the dance the right questions and the right answer. questions. welcome back anticipation is definitely building as well cut twenty eight hundred heads to the final stage faith as president prays on how this year's event is played out it is the best world cup ever. the russians the russian people a big thank you to russia. i am sure that the thousands and thousands of people the hundreds of thousands of people who came they all have enjoyed it the welcoming i
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must feel the warm and most fear and i think that a lot of. preconceived opinions have changed. our tournament team has been speaking to the head of european football's governing body to get his thoughts on russia twenty. joined right now by president alexander jeffrey and it is so great to have you with thank you so much for taking the time and what have you made being here but the experience russia twenty things i think that a lot of fans were around the world to change their opinions of the country just because of the power of football the power of the world cup you have first of all i would like to congratulate feet below sea russian football union and the russian federation i knew would the world cup would be organized well but i'm still positively surprised and for me. it's maybe it's a joke but not completely one of the biggest achievement is that even customers
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police started to smile but they don't smile anywhere in the world and they say welcome to russia so. i mean pressed and i mean press by the level of. of peacefulness i don't see any aggression i don't see any any extreme chance. walking around threatening people that for me it's it's it's a great great. and lessons learned that you can take than to obviously the euro in twenty twenty is going to be in twelve countries but twenty twenty four maybe not into a concept so the lessons learned from from from russia here what can you take on the distance is quite big and some of the people who are support were a bit concerned about it before and the world cup started but if it proves to be completely manageable so it suits and nice things for a good thing for us to know we had six out of eight european side in the
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quarterfinals all european sami's and final were you feeling i must say that i'm happy but not surprised i think we're doing. good job i'm not seeing sign here and not because i'm here but you a phase approaching the development of football a bit differently. so i think the gap will be why that and why that what you say why do you think that why do you put that than to. we as everybody knows generates a lot of money with all of our competitions. we have located the money property we have coaching conventions we work as you know we have four hundred players who don't just watch the matches but they help national associations we were called good governance. we don't send money to the associations and do whatever you want to do we invest in project an infrastructure in development a football technical sector so. i think that's the and that we seed it's the right
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way to have success and development of football every single child in europe can be spotted now as a talent most important question is do we distributive property do we develop footballers governing bodies that's why for me the european model of sports very important because the governing bodies. take care of development of football we're not companies who cared about profit only we distribute eighty five percent of all the revenues we invest into infrastructure all around europe. football associations . have to show where we want to invest. we offer not just money to pay for example to construction companies we offer also money we offer also people experts who are we are sending them around saying this is more sustainable believe that to a cheaper so we are involved in every single project around it so
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this is one thing coaching conventions are important if top coaches head. first. go around europe if children see people like you peter. if you want to see you. don't want to see sports politicians they want to see explorers they want to see top coaches and in that way you can develop football if you. generate some revenue and then you just send it to the associations you never know what happens you have to take care of the money it's used properly thank you very much for the common it's unlikely good luck but i don't want to go. on the scene set for the world cup final on sunday when france will meet croatia before that there's another crucial encounter on saturday and the play off the tween belgium and england in some petersburg for third place games also
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a challenge for belgian strike a remailer and his rival england captain harry kane both of them are pursuing the world cup's golden boot hurricanes leading the competition for now he's topping the scorers charts with six goals to clear right now of the. final will be at moscow's luzhniki stadium on sunday with france against croatia up for the trophy now throughout the championship the mascot darby vaca has been cheering up fans from around the globe. the world cup is almost done and dusted and sadly it will soon be time to say good bye to this guy. got to. see this one just for this month. well everyone missed the note look at that no doubt i'm.
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but who would have thought this charming furry creature or his name could poke the hornet's nest says means. the haka means the one who scores in russia very suitable name for the. charm and confidence but for some a simple explanation like that is just not. always fairly late to the party in terms of making the connection between. all the russian doesn't have to do with among other things fighting and the recreational use of marijuana to be clear the author was inspired by games that had been born. however as we all know know billy gibbons moves from mascots or to time to anyone at the world cup so for russians older generation for them to be almost immediately thought of another world then let's call it russia style the. like. this to see
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a cartoon character. with alcohol and cigarettes is this really the way to go to these kind of thing for make you happy thank god. it was more language related problem was the word some people i can't go with the proposition in that case that would mean not to care or. not to give a damn. few instances of. that there's no point in talking about all these associations with foreign fans who've seen. this first of all. one more try. pool hall i
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think you'd say. oh yeah ok. i know. right. that's the best out of us and there was a time. but that's interesting. ok you're going to progress. and while that's so good you have a russian background or some. very good. that's a too much bog so what does. this quite a lot of. friends because. that's interesting the long piece well i'll sell you a golf. ball maybe a golf club. yes i was. like i got
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a lot more time to make. you think this guy really leaves. and you see he tells it like such. but however you're. going to talk about how. this world cup is so let's just give him some balls while he's still wrong. ok away from the football and just before we go they helped propel humankind's dream of space exploration to new heights but the iconic launch towers at cape canaveral in the united states have come down to earth with a bump. over the span of more than fifty years those towers some of nasa's most importantly
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sending spacecraft to the moon and to mars but the historic complex has now been demolished to make way for a new space exploration project that ends to establish a lunar colony by twenty twenty two. still the end of an era though that's it for now i'm calling with the headline news in half an hour of donald trump makes his presence felt in britain where the reason is trying to win him over while tens of thousands of brits make their feelings known on the streets plus we'll have more of larry king to exclusive interview with the russian foreign minister this is r.t. thanks for watching. like a bull in a china shop donald trump style and negotiation skills were on full display at this year's annual nato gathering he was not shy about how he feels about the alliance now the trump putin summit is front and center would be a mere photo op or something more.
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fane constitutional expert alan dershowitz for a sense his case against impeaching president donald trump on this edition of. the politicking on larry king he's been called one of the most prominent and consistent defenders of civil liberties in america he's often the go to expert on constitutional law and individual rights and lately he's come on the heavy partisan fire for his well publicized augments against the call by many to attempt an impeachment of president trump he's laid out his opinion in his latest book we show
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it here in titled the case against impeaching the president. professor dershowitz is a hollywood law as a harvard law professor emeritus and he now joins me via skype we can say hollywood because he's so well known he's been played in movies television if. you want to a little attorneys for o.j. simpson my friend and thomas von bulow always a strong support all these opinions never had problems you were known as a constitutional expert you've written a hundred books now you come out in the past with defending the president and the issues and a lot of people on the left hate you what did you do what is what is your argument well what i did wrong was i didn't help get hillary clinton elected president or not i voted for i contributed arrogant or ten thousand dollars i went over a fence i campaigned for her if she had wanted she would be teached i would have
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written the same book the case against impeaching hillary clinton fact my publisher came up with a mock cover the same book called the case against each of hillary clinton if i had made the very same arguments in favor of hillary clinton everybody would love me all the liberals would adore me i would be the most popular guy in the world because i'm consistent and i make the same arguments that matter who the president is no matter who they're trying to teach people on the hard left hate me that i think i'm well with the evil are you saying no president can be impeached you know it's very hard to be president if a president commits a crime while in office like like richard nixon surely he would have been impeached he paid hush money he told his record is the lie the f.b.i. destroyed evidence economic crimes while in office and donald trump if there's evidence that he committed crimes of course would be circular to impeachment my argument is you need to commit a crime to be impeached is not good enough to say he's a bad president we don't like this policies or he's done terrible things you have
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to find a specific on the constitution says it has to be the bribery. reason or other high crimes and missed in the soul when i haven't seen it bill clinton was wrongly impeached i think it was he did according to the allegations commit a crime it wasn't a high crime you know it was covering up for a sordid affair that's not what hamilton and madison basically wrote the impeachment provisions of the constitution had in mind they had minor crimes that affect the national security crimes like richard nixon's crimes covering up a burglary to help them get elected that kind of thing those are the kinds of crimes we had in mind or real obstruction of justice and if there is evidence that the president committed any of those crimes he would be said to her i think that the buckle of it nobody's below the law could your book be a little premature what if robert muller. indicts well then.
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i argue in my book and i think most of the framers good agree with that and i think most constitutional scholars agree with that and judge kavanagh agrees that they should be able to indict a sitting president but if he does get indicted and he sends that over to the house and there is a plausible case for a crime then impeachment proceedings will go forward. when i don't like is that they're charging him with things like collusion with russia it would be a terrible thing if he could with russia but it's not a crime we're losing peers in the criminal statute books only in relation to business people colluding with each other to violate the and i trust us is not a crime for a political candidate to collude with russia look there are crimes that could be committed violations of the election laws but let's see the evidence the main thrust of my book is that you need to have a crime most scholars this or that so i'm out there pretty much by myself making your fiddle i went back in history and that's the conclusion i gave you agree with
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kavanagh on that the president cannot be indicted i do i think the justice department agrees with that as well you can be indicted after he leaves office the constitution specifically provides that only once a president has been impeached and left office he can be charged like any other citizen by the way the same rules apply to senators congressmen judges prosecutors they all have a form of immunity for conduct that they perform well in office the president to if he fires somebody which is the title to do or if he pardoned somebody which is a title to do that can't be the act element of a crime for example president george h.w. bush pardoned caspar weinberger and five other people on the eve of their trial for a corrupt purpose in order to make sure that they didn't come back and testify against him but nobody suggested that would constitute either a crime or impeachable offense alan you know though you're smart and i we go back
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a long way or an old plan yeah you know. and you know i read that you dined with dirt with the president you appear on fox news regularly that alan dershowitz would become a hero of the far right is an anathema yeah yeah i'm first one out here of the far right i am a hero of some people on the right and i'm a devil to some people on the left look i dined with president obama dined president clinton i don't think any american should turn down an invitation to dying president he wanted to talk about the middle east i'm deeply involved in the middle east peace process as you know and a close friend eventually not to you know i know president abbas and i've been asked for my advice i was asked my advice by president obama president clinton president carter president bush and i'm always going to give advice and i'm always going to accept an invitation to have dinner with the way that i thought were i
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sort meet with people in the white house i'm not embarrassed about that as far as fox's concerned i've been on c.n.n. much more than fox and this in b.c. but i'm not going to keep myself off fox one reason i turned down the out unity to be a special can correspondent for any one channel is i want to be on all counts i want to be able to all americans i think of myself as a teacher and my audience today is no longer harvard law school students is people who want to learn about constitutional law and i want to be on every channel what does it feel like to have people come over to you in restaurants on martha's vineyard and publicly argue with you what is that like for alan dershowitz i couldn't care less but what i do clearly out of my grandson argues with me and he is smarter than i am and he comes up with brilliant brilliant arguments but we have a loving conversations all of my relatives are against what i'm doing that is what hurts me more than people quote restraint take into account why they're against you sure because they think i'm helping a man who they think is
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a bad president and they're you think of him as. the president i'm opposed to almost all of his policies i opposed immigration policies or opposed separation of families i opposed his tax policies are poses health policies i pose as gun policies i oppose his supreme court process of nomination i'm even opposed to the recent policy of the united states discouraging mothers from feeding their children with breast milk you can this very hard to find anything i agree with except moving the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem might read with that and i'm always going to agree with some presidential actions and disagree with that as i greet with most of president obama's actions but i disagreed with him when he didn't veto the un resolution declaring jerusalem to be illegally occupied territory or do you think a brett kavanaugh. well i don't know him i you know shaking hands with him in the harvard faculty lounge but i don't know him but people i know generally think he's a gentleman and brilliant
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a great scholar i will disagree with probably ninety percent of his opinions a certainty qualified by his background i'm going to wait to hear how he answers questions before i make a final decision but i certainly wouldn't join those and say i'm going to order magically vote against i'm not going to do with the republicans that the republicans stole the nomination from barack obama. allowing merrick garland case to even be considered that i think was a violation of the constitution but i don't think two wrongs make a right so i think this nomination should be considered on its merits. should it happen after the midterm elections that would be better the american public would have an ability to speak but the democrats don't really have the ability to slow down and stop with the way the republicans that you know where democracy and good democracy winners of the past election get to establish a lot of the rules subject of course to the constitution what do you think of michael cohen hiring all friend lanny davis as his lawyer and this
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imbroglio him or is the smartest thing ever did. hiring lanny is a brilliant move lanny is both great in court where out of court where tech titian strategist media consultant he does it all and it's a brilliant brilliant move and he's a very very lucky man that lanny took his case ok we you confirm cavanaugh right today. you know why wouldn't confirm anybody today i mean if louis brandeis came forward what will they be but i will wait to hear how they answer questions that we want to fire i want to read much more of what he wrote i've read some of his vengeance and i've read some of his lord view material but don't want to read more i will even studying why can't they ask him his opinion on roe v wade i ask that because it is law so if something is law i can ask his opinion on
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miranda i can ask his opinion on their heads again why can't they ask him about roe v wade i don't think they have a problem with that i just ask lee in my class the first year or two that he was up on the supreme court of the united states i asked him about all of this and he gave me he gave the class two hundred people his opinions on a lot of these issues he wouldn't give an opinion of course on how he would decide a pending case a case that was for the court but how you would have voted on dred scott that's a pretty easy thing ok but cavanagh has said that roe versus wade set a precedent when he was impairing to be approved in a circuit court right he said it and he have he he believes in precedent. do you believe he'll vote to keep rolling way i do i think he may chip away at it he's not going to the rule that the rules of precedent are different by the way in the supreme court and in the court of appeals the court of appeals are bound absolute
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