🎧 NoKo Regrets US Attitude, Supreme Court, Trump Derangement Syndrome & Media Insanity
Top News Stories – ‘The United States betrayed the spirit of last month’s summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by making unilateral demands on ‘CVID,’ or the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of North Korea,’ read the statement from the North Korea news media. And now come the threats to block Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before he has even nominated one. We are hours away from knowing who that nominee will be. What is the solution to the immigration problem where 80 percent of the individuals are seeking asylum? The Russia Summit outcomes; what can Putin and Trump accomplish in such a divisive environment? Colonel Jim Waurishuk, Dr. Stephen Steinlight and Jim McCay provide the analysis on the top news stories of the week.
Trump Derangement Syndrome – Presidential Standards, are they impossibly high, and why the different standards for Trump? Does the behavior of one president sometimes get overlooked and another looked at too harshly? President Clinton’s behavior vs President Trump’s rhetoric? Why is there no middle ground for discussion in the country today? The Extremist Viewpoint is the one that tends to get the attention! How much of this does Trump bring on himself? It seems that uniting the country is not a priority for the administration. Does it even matter that we are so divided? Ava Armstrong, Brian Gould, Ilana Freedman and Tim Aalders have a take on the stakes that you will only hear on Viewpoint This Sunday.
Fourth Estate Veers Far Left – News Media, Hollywood, Academia and Social Media are all left-leaning – why? We spent the previous segment talking about what the people want from the president, what they expect, what standard is he held to, it’s obvious that there are different standards for different people that seek and that have held the office. What is the role of a so-called free press in this environment, are they here to report the news or to make the news, stand by as observers or fan the flames? Has the line between decency and political expediency been blurred? Dennis Santiago, Barbara McGee, Phil Davis and Ava Armstrong bring a unique perspective to the debate.