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Ambassador John -- welcome back glad to be with -- do -- state of the show address on red eyes sometimes -- -- that that hadn't been scheduled yet I'm still fighting with Greg -- what we'll get it done so it's a great show and I love she does come up in the am heading to work.
So I listen I'm probably his most -- and and I never -- so that Saudi.
It's a lot of fun beat these guys that he has on our great comedians they have their sharp they're quick they've got a great witty covers great.
Topics and now I'm just I feel honored to be part of it LL be president on the left have over the yard at bats -- -- you know you can go 1800 food and get him on the line in these guys these guys are Carolina lately -- inside -- -- -- show up.
So ambassador first of the president goes Israel he's -- low with a -- artists say I'm not really doing anything special don't expect it will could happen well.
I think his objective is is twofold one is symbolic he wants to put his arm around Bibi Netanyahu he wants to show that he's checked the box and gone to Israel.
And frankly now that he's landed and I did see the opening ceremony he did put his arm around -- he's accomplish that objective so they'll be some more photos but he's got what he wants there but second.
The hard part is behind the scenes I think he has to messages for Netanyahu and they're both tough.
Why don't do anything militarily to Iran's nuclear weapons program it to you need to make more concessions to the Palestinians -- OK first up on the first one why not.
Well I think Obama still believes he can find a way to negotiate with the run and there are offers on the table frankly I think we've disastrous from that point of view that are that will legitimize the running nuclear weapons program give them a lot of what they want.
But he knows that Netanyahu faces a very different future he's right there in the Middle East and and it's about to move beyond Israel's military capabilities stop around so they've got a different timetable to them.
Well I mean if that happens.
I mean I can even imagine the ramifications immediately Iran fires back.
About that you gotta hope the iron dome can stop what they sell and then it would percent in the -- -- -- We'll start lobbying immediately from the other way -- I I don't I should not take a rumble attack directly because they have to worry that Iran that if Iran.
Actually attacks Israel from running space that Israel might retaliate with its nuclear weapons because they can't wait to find out those incoming missiles from Iran or conventional or nuclear I think you put your finger on what's really gonna happen is -- has -- -- -- start attacking.
From from the north from Lebanon and that's why the situation -- ties directly in with Israel's fears about Iran's nuclear weapons.
If those chemical weapons and Syrian it's in the news today because as the reports that the opposition they have used him the government -- abused.
If those chemical weapons get into Hezbollah's hands of the hands of al-Qaeda or other terrorist.
You could find in Israel very soon there after so Israel lives and a dangerous neighborhood and it's getting more dangerous but today that ambassador I'm not convinced in I have not talked to CA guys it was their a lot of -- of the good thing about fox you actually get the players to fight the wars.
I haven't talked to anyone directly that say this is for certain but they are there.
People -- in the rebel organization within the rebel movement that we can deal with that you know.
Well no I don't think so I mean I I have been strongly of the view that we should not arm the rebels and Syria until.
Two things come true one we find leaders who will commit to.
Not to have a bloodbath after it's over -- two who will give up the chemical weapons for destruction I've yet to hear anybody named names that we could trust.
I don't have anything good to say about aside I think it's the chemical weapons than the biggest risk them -- they didn't name the rebels have named the room prime minister.
Right and he is said to be a Hamas supporter.
So you know this is exactly what I've been concerned about I want I mean big bun I want a nice western oriented to pro American pro democracy kind of -- -- -- they can't name any after two years of this struggle 70000 dead civilians we still can't get that kind of -- so I I actually don't know who to root for this is like Iran Iraq War and I rooting for the Islamic extremists who wanted to go to Syria.
-- rooting for his side who actually hates the west has been an enemy to the US.
And it's been an expedited -- of anything the -- or there's a third category which is that the country collapses in turns into an anarchic situation like we have in Somalia today like in Yemen perhaps like in Libya which may be the worst of all.
The key American interest and I think the key Israeli interest is making sure those chemical weapons don't -- Syria for use against us around the world.
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