Stacy on Cavuto talking #SingaporeSummit


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Stacy preparing for Cavuto

Transcript;

this is about peace in the region etc
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the president define those exercises
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north a summit is not in a compliment
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for the American president Brian it is a
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major accomplishment for Kim Jong with
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past is prologue we can’t believe
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anything the North Koreans tell us we’re
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just actually seeing spring training
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here instead of the World Series all
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right that was a rather cynical view of
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the meeting the President had with the
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North Korean leader I could have just as
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easily gone back in time to the
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overtures Barack Obama was making to the
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Cubans remember that and all the rage on
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the right about that so we know how this
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game is played but right now the
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consensus of this seems to be in the
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mainstream media for lack of a better
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term a lot of raised eyebrows and
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concern that the president might have
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gotten hoodwinked are they’re saying
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well this might be the start of
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something that’s probably one of the
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kind of reads syndicated radio host AC
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Washington Democratic strategist Rob
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enviro and Axios reporter Elena
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Treena Elena I’ll go to you and I do
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remember how many on the right responded
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to Barack Obama’s overtures to the
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Cubans eventually to try to normalize
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relations these things are not usually
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responded to favorably by the opposition
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party so I get that I get what I’m
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seeing right now and the board of many
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on the Left and the media but isn’t it
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better to to make overtures isn’t it
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better to talk than the alternative well
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that’s exactly what several are arguing
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especially from the Trump administration
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but a lot of experts as well as the
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reaction we’ve been seeing from
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Washington is essentially conscious
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optimism of course Berry’s own degrees
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of cautious too optimistic but what
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people are really saying or it’s great
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that the president has come to the table
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he’s met with Kim jong-un they have
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established a wrapper with which is what
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the president loves to do when he comes
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into these meetings but really what
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we’re looking at now is what comes next
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the meeting didn’t really and the
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document that they signed didn’t really
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including details didn’t promise
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anything that’s verifiable and so
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looking forward what the administration
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and the media and critics are really
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looking for is what
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and snacks in the details of that well
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it didn’t implode like neither left the
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table and a half or did anything like
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some of my relatives do at picnics or
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party so so you could look at that Robin
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and say alright there’s it’s good on
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that count I kind of think everything
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went according to what most people
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thought it without not with enormous a
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detailed you know plans for
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denuclearization but but broad goals and
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and so it kind of went almost a script
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even though we don’t have an exact
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script what do you think you know I
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think we did the best that we could with
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this leading up to this I know that kim
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jeong-hoon was asked three times if he
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was gonna do total in the
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denuclearization and ignored the
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reporters so the fact that we’ve at
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least started this we’ve got a document
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we’ve got some sort of a framework
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granted there’s not really much concrete
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in there so let’s not get out the
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pom-poms right now and celebrate this
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but I agree you know I’m a half glass
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full kind of a guy so I really want this
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to go well it’s in the best interest of
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not just America but the entire world
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that bomb that they dropped in the ocean
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in October was bigger than the one in
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Hiroshima so we really do need to be
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making progress here and I think it’s a
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start
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so I’m tired of some of the cognitive
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dissonance on both sides Neil you know
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what’s kind of weird about it Stacy and
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I believe me I’m a fan of people talking
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rather than people you know threatening
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and warring so that’s a gimme but I do
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find it odd that we got to this point
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with Kim jong-un simply because he has
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lied and cheated so often in the past
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and built this nuclear arsenal that his
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bad behavior is getting him pretty good
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treatment and try to explain that to
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your kids if one is doing everything he
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should and the other guy isn’t and the
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guy who isn’t is getting all the good
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stuff well you know Neil one of the
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things that I think we kind of ignore in
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this situation with North Korea is the
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dynamic so if we were dealing with some
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kids you know so American kids who’ve
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been raised with right and wrong and
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know not to hit and kick and bite and
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punch and they make mistakes and their
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weapons that’s that doesn’t make sense
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sure yeah but but we’re talking about a
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dictatorship a regime that literally
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still has gulags and things that we
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haven’t heard of for almost a hundred
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years when the height of you know
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communism and all of that so
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I like to temper the expectations it’s
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not that I was looking for you know
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basically sex on the first date they
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just met this is their first time
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looking each other in the eye now that
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they’ve established just the initial
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first teensy-weensy little bite where
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they can actually have a relationship
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relationship kneel now we can move
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forward cautiously and tentatively and I
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want to point out that everyone’s
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getting upset about President Trump
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saying that the exercises the war games
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are going to be you know postponed or
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canceled they’re still on the schedule
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nothing has changed so if 90 days from
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now there’s a lot of drama going on
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those war games will still happen so I
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think you know give President Trump a
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little bit of credit and also temper the
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the you know the cheerleading and just
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understand it was the first bite it was
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very profound comma but I still can’t
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get past the sex on the first date thing
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in the images that sensing you have the
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president innovative another meeting
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another powwow maybe even a White House
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visit for the North Korean leader how do
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you feel about that well that is just a
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huge win for North Korea for the fact
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that someone who has these human rights
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abuses would be invited to the White
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House as a huge when we’ve never seen
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this before obviously that historic
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handshake was the first time a u.s.
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president has done that with the North
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Korean leader of any of these regimes
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but so that’s a huge win and that’s also
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something that a lot of critics are
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pointing to with the positioning of the
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flags that they were considered equals
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because the North Korean flag was placed
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right next to the American flag this is
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something that Kim jong-un can take back
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home and people there will be so
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impressed with this as well as those
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pictures of him touring Singapore but
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looking at a meeting also I think that
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what the president has to do is also
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make sure that he’s tempering
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expectations there’s not much that the
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North Koreans can do really right now in
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a sense of following up on these two are
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you saying a robber I’ll click on the
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flag thing I mean there were only two
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countries involved I mean we’re gonna
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put ours on a pedestal and there isn’t a
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little thing I’m look on the dashboard
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of the car I think that was much ado
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about nothing
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but what do you think yeah I completely
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agree with you you know what I’m happy
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about though is that we’re keeping the
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tariffs in place for North Korea
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that’s smart and I think Pompeo was had
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a masterful move when he said you know
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if you’re serious about this start
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sending your nuclear weapons over for
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denuclearization and put your money
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where your mouth is so I trust Pompeo
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he’s only been on the job for six weeks
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and I think he’s doing a great job and
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nikki Haley as well you know they’re
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gonna really hold their feet to the fire
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that I’m glad to see Neal all right I
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wanna thank you all very very much some
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historical perspective here before we
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close out this segment I want to read to
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you a line from the I believe the New
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York Times they will never talk to each
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other the fact that they will ever
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recognize each other is naive on the
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part of the administration these talks
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are all show no substance nothing will
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come of them good luck at Camp David
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referring to the Camp David Accords that
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resulted in Israel and Egypt recognizing
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each other and to this day doing
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business with each other don’t laugh
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don’t dismiss don’t be so cynical
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regardless of your views of the
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President or North Korea remember
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history and remember consensus that is
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often proven wrong morph to this

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