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Nearly 200 leaders from around the world are flocking to New York City this week for the United Nations General Assembly. The annual gathering, referred to as UNGA, takes place Monday through Friday at United Nations headquarters.
While the event is themed around “poverty eradication, quality education, climate action and inclusion,” many are expecting U.S. policy to also take center stage.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and Afghani President Ashraf Ghani are all expected to attend. Their attendance means everything from rising tension in the Middle East to concern about a so-called whistleblower complaint may be up for discussion.
While speaking ahead of the event Sunday, President Trump said “nothing is ever off the table” when asked whether he will be meeting with Iran.
“Nothing’s ever off the table completely, but I have no intention of meeting with Iran,” he stated. “That doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen…I’m a very flexible person, but we have no intention.”
When asked about the whistleblower leak, President Trump said foreign leaders should have a right to privacy.
“The problem is when you’re speaking to foreign leaders, you don’t want foreign leaders to feel that they shouldn’t be speaking openly and you have to be talking to people, and the same thing for an American president,” he explained. “You want them to be able to express themselves without knowing that not every single word is going to be going out and going out all over the world.”
This comes ahead of planned talks between President Trump and the leader of Ukraine, which are expected to take place sometime on or before Wednesday.
In regard to Afghanistan, President Trump will come face-to-face with President Ashraf Ahani just weeks after the collapse of U.S.-Taliban peace talks. Negotiations fell apart earlier this month due a surge in violence from the insurgent group.
No official meetings between President Trump and Iran or Afghanistan have been scheduled, however, all eyes are expected to remain on the General Assembly as talks may unfold on the sidelines. Moving forward, President Trump is only slated to attend Monday through Wednesday.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently met with Iraqi President Barham Salih to discuss the latest tensions in the Middle East. The two officials sat down Sunday ahead of the upcoming United Nations meetings in New York amid elevated concerns of rising Iranian influence in Iraq.
The sides didn’t disclose the details of their discussions, however, the two may have focused on the role of Iran in attacks on a Saudi oil refinery last week as well as ways to prevent similar incidents going forward.
Prior to the meeting, Pompeo said the U.S. is seeking to hold Iran accountable for its actions.
“This was Iran true and true, and the United States will respond in a way that reflects that act of war by this Iranian Revolutionary regime,” he stated. “This was an attack by Iran on the world, this was an act of war…the UN’s primary charter is to protect peace around the world.”
Iraqi officials took a more cautious stance on the attack as Baghdad seeks to preserve its imports of natural gas from Iran.
Constructive discussion today in New York with Iraqi President @BarhamSalih on strengthening our bilateral relationship. We had a good discussion on #Iraq’s sovereignty and efforts to increase regional stability. pic.twitter.com/TM36VkBmrj
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) September 23, 2019
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is accusing Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee of attempting to derail his potential Senate campaign.
In a recent interview, he said part of Democrats’ strategy in having him appear before the panel was to potentially prevent him from being successful in a U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire. He claimed House Democrats wanted him to go on camera and say things that Democrat operatives could use against him.
However, Lewandowski said he believes the people of New Hampshire want to send a fighter to Washington, D.C. and want a change in the Senate.
“I am very seriously considering entering this race…to give the people of New Hampshire the opportunity to say ‘we want to put America first’ or ‘we want to put illegal immigrants first’ because that’s what this election is coming to be,” he stated. “The Democrats have no plans, they have no agenda, they’ve done nothing since they have been in the majority of the House of Representative that they can justify of keeping that majority and I think the people of New Hampshire want change in the U.S. Senate.”
Lewandowski went on to say the Judiciary Committee hearing was never about the truth, but rather about Democrats covering their “left flank.”
President Trump recently praised the Coast Guard for its work in Texas, following Tropical Storm Imelda. While speaking from Houston Sunday, he said he “gives the Coast Guard an A+” for their efforts.
The president went on to point out the importance of the Coast Guard, and said “the job they’ve done is incredible.” He commended the branch for saving 131 lives from the storm, which he said was “a really bad one.”
“I don’t think there’s any brand — no matter where you go — that’s gone up more than the Coast Guard, and that started with Harvey as far as I’m concerned — the big hurricane from a year ago in Texas,” said President Trump. “I give the coast Guard an A+.”
Moving forward, the president said he has invested in the Coast Guard to completely rebuilt much of its equipment, including brand new ships, boats and helicopters.
— U.S. Coast Guard (@USCG) September 20, 2019
Vasily Prozorov is a former employee of the Ukrainian security service SBU. On his blog Ukraine Leaks, he reveals how former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko and Oligarch Victor Pinchuk may have helped divert IMF funds to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
By Collin McMahon
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Vasily Prozorov was an Ukrainian security service (SBU) staffer from 1999 to 2018. Since 2014, he was an expert consultant in the SBU’s main anti-terror unit. In 2018, he fled to Russia. The Ukrainians now call him a traitor. Writing on his blog Ukraine Leaks, he says that in 2016, the Ukrainian government openly supported Hillary Clinton and tried to help her defeat Donald Trump.
“Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko was terribly afraid of a Republican victory, believing Donald Trump would change Russia policy and lift sanctions, reducing support for Ukraine and robbing Poroshenko of his Western power base,” Prozorov writes. “Ukrainegate is a criminal conspiracy of representatives of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the leadership of Ukraine in the person of Poroshenko, aimed at preventing Donald Trump from winning.”
“At that time, I worked at SBU HQ in Kiev,“ says Prozorov. “I remember the panic that gripped the power structures in Ukraine after Donald Trump’s victory. They expected immediate retaliation from Washington for Ukraine’s participation in the attacks on Trump. Many politicians deleted their social media posts criticizing Trump.” However, as it turned out, the phony Russiagate witch hunt kept the Trump campaign from doing anything that could look like “collusion” or “obstruction” abroad. Now, however, the Ukrainegate conspiracy is starting to unravel.
How Ukraine financed Hillary Clinton
Prozorov charges that during the 2016 presidential race, the Ukrainian government not only
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) the ranking member n the House Intelligence Committee joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures this morning.
Rep. Nunes told Maria Bartiromo that it looks like the latest deep state scheme backfired on Democrats. The deep state wanted to hurt Trump by leaking his private call to the Ukrainian president. Instead the focus today is on Joe Biden and his son’s likely criminal acts in Ukraine.
Rep. Devin Nunes: These stories first originated, first originated back when Hillary Clinton was trying to make sure Biden didn’t get in the race. So now that these have been ressurected, I don’t know who came up with the scheme, maybe there really is this whistleblower is not a partisan. We want to hear from that whistle-blower but it sure looks like the scheme has backfired. And like I said it looks like this is the end of Biden’s campaign. I really do.
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Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went on with Maria Bartiromo Sunday on Sunday Morning Futures.
During their discussion Lindsey Graham called on the Department of Justice to probe the potential criminal acts between the Biden Family and Ukraine.
After leaving office in 2017, Vice President Joe Biden Bragged about strong-arming the government of Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor.
Joe Biden made the remarks during a meeting of foreign policy specialists. Biden said he, “Threatened Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March 2016 that the Obama administration would pull $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, sending the former Soviet republic toward insolvency, if it didn’t immediately fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.” Biden suggested during his talk that Barack Obama was also in on the threat.
In April John Solomon revealed what Biden did not tell his audience. Joe Biden had Shokin fired because he was investigating bribes to Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Shokin was investigating $3 million in funds that were being transferred out of Ukraine and into accounts in the United States at that time.
Joe Biden had him fired.
On Sunday Lindsey Graham said he was calling on the DOJ to probe the potential criminal acts of Biden Family in Ukraine.
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