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Top stories and I we're gonna do something a bit different join -- Washington.
Fox News senior political analyst Brit -- used to be a feared White House correspondent.
For ABC news tonight -- I'm gonna play that role of President Obama now I don't know -- you've noticed but.
He's been biting his lower lip all of Bill Clinton.
A little bit more -- I'm gonna do that.
And you're gonna interviewed me with the toughest questions you come -- now we get a couple of days to get these questions ready so you ready for this.
I suppose I.
I -- Barack Obama everybody and Brady was Brit Hume but fifteen years ago all right go.
You said today sir that it would be unprecedented.
For the Supreme Court to overturn your Health Care Reform law.
Yet it would it not be equally unprecedented -- -- not more so for congress under the commerce clause of the constitution.
To force people under penalty of a fine to buy a commercial product.
Well no because -- 1792.
George Washington forced people to buy mosque gives you remember that you were alive back that now.
And it starts out he looks yes but certain erupting and president by the way -- Well desist on this seeking a follow up here sir that was not under the commerce clause.
Can you cite anything under the commerce clause was such a thing as government would if the commerce clause had been in effect it would have been.
Under -- so that's all I can say because we're breaking new ground here for the good -- the American people as you know they're twenty million uninsured.
And these people will be dying in the streets and less Obama -- -- by the Supreme Court.
Perhaps -- but can you identify a single case -- single Supreme Court case.
Where the square and order has been given by the government to purchase a particular product and has been upheld by the Supreme Court no because this is and again as I said we're breaking new ground here we have not been able.
To get Health Care Reform passed so now we have to force it on the American public and of course the Supreme Court should have pulled -- You said certain during the arguments over whether to pass obamacare that the penalty that imposes on those who don't have insurance.
Is not a tax your your lawyers argued in the court last week.
That it is -- tax which is it well it depends what day it is.
I -- that's my answer I'm sticking to that effect that.
Can you identify -- are any indication that Iran as a result of the sanctions that have been imposed on the country so far has backed away in any respect from its nuclear weapons program.
Nor any indication that it is wanted to do so based on any future site.
Well Bret as you know the world is now coalescing around my parent call for sanctions.
And Hillary Clinton as secretary -- -- a great job so we are closing in on them and it's just a matter of time before the whole government folds.
And does we want and you opens up.
-- -- nuclear facilities in Iran to UN inspectors and -- no walks back from their programming uses there nuclear energy for peaceful purposes because.
The sanctions are working.
Finally the world has come to its senses and is following my leadership.
As you know we were the first ones to to get on board with this and now they're all -- so we have to -- a little more time.
-- all due respect sir I didn't hear you cite any indications that Iran has begun in any way to back away from its nuclear ambitions.
So we don't know that for sure.
The so I can't say that there's any hard information but we do know that the government there -- suffering.
And that the people of Iran are getting fed up with their high.
Oil prices and the lack of food and everything's going off.
And they can't now take their currency out of the country and they can't get currency sent into the country all of this is because of my.
Embargo in my basic sanctions that the world is now responding to so we want from me.
Can you explain.
Under what foreign policy principle you gave military assistance -- the rebels trying to overthrow the dictator Gadhafi and Libya.
But have declined to verified such assistance of the rebels trying to overthrow moment of the overthrow Syrian leader by Chirac a -- not although he poses.
And much more direct threat to American interest in such places as Lebanon and Israel.
-- -- you know -- NATO impose a Libyan sanctions not the United States unilaterally we went along with our allies NATO.
Led by France and Italy that wanted to do this and we back them and it worked and he was removed now aside as a different guy.
We are gonna give material aid and I'm sure we have special forces in their killing as many people as possible but I can't tell you that.
Because that would violate all kinds of secrecy but I believe that's happening and we're doing a lot more then you know behind the scenes he rid of the side.
So -- foreign policy principles.
Denying direct military aid of the kind that we did within within NATO and Libya is what it.
I've seen a pretty good grid providing an and you got to give him credit but I suspect had -- -- -- better than.
Exactly of foreign policy principle that works maybe the foreign policy principle is one of multilateralism and they've weathered that we won't do anything regardless EUS interest.
And less multinational organizations -- -- -- Consensus guys you know I mean we had a cowboy in the White House and out of that turn -- four straight years from now I'm.
consensus we get everybody onboard and everybody helps out and everybody cooperates and therefore the United States is not the big bad -- throughout the world of course that makes sense you know.
Is it acceptable to you sir that the US senate has failed to pass a budget those required by law for the -- -- -- well this is the same question that little.
Annoying guy -- there -- asked my guy David Axelrod and an Axelrod couldn't.
Couldn't answer that question.
He just couldn't answer it so I can't possibly tonight.
Remember everybody thanks very much we appreciate your vet bill.
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