Moreover, to restrain future Iraqi aggression, the United Nations UN implemented economic sanctions against Iraq in order to, among other things, hinder the progress of its most lethal arms programs, including those for the development of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. See weapon of mass destruction. UN inspections during the mids uncovered a variety of proscribed weapons and prohibited technology throughout Iraq. Bill Clinton in to order the bombing of several Iraqi military installations code-named Operation Desert Fox.
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President Trump holding a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, today, beginning with a one-on-one, minute meeting, only their translators attending the meeting with them. Putin kept Trump waiting for the summit by landing in Finland about an hour late.
This morning, Trump and Putin made a statement at a photo op before their private meeting in which Trump said he and Putin would discuss China, trade and nuclear weapons.
I think we have great opportunities together as two countries, that, frankly, we have not been getting along very well for the last number of years. But I think we will end up having an extraordinary relationship.
We are the two great nuclear powers. We have 90 percent of the nuclear. President Trump faces pressure to confront Putin over Kremlin meddling in the U. I go in with very low expectations.
The Russians who were indicted, would you ask Putin to—to send them here? But, again, this was during the Obama administration. They were doing whatever it was during the Obama administration. For more, we are hosting a debate. Do you think this meeting, this summit that Trump has called in Helsinki, is a good thing?
No, I do not. This is a danger to America and to the West. This is without precedent in modern American history. We have never had an American leader that was this weak, this obsequious towards a murdering tyrant like Vladimir Putin.
Both of these gentlemen have terrible records on freedom of the press, on encouraging a participation in the rule of their countries. There is one good thing, and only one good thing, that I could see that could come out of this meeting, and that is the extension of the New START agreement, the agreement that limits U.
This deal expires in If those limits come off, we will not only be in an arms race, which we now are, but we will be in an arms race without guide rails, without limits, without any kind of structured talks to limit the arms race.
That is the only good thing that could come out of this summit. Glenn Greenwald, good or bad, the summit? And what do you want to see come out of this?A full transcript of the second presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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