Diplomacy in the Age of Trump
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Show Description: President Trump's foreign policy is redefining what it means to lead from a position of strength. In the wake of the President's decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, we look back to past interviews from friend of the show and Iranian nuclear expert Alireza Jafarzadeh to put the withdrawal into proper context and analyze what the next steps may be.
We then turn closer to home here in the "People's Republic of" New York to discuss the most colossal example of hypocrisy in recent political memory. We are, of course, talking about the breaking news involving former NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, and the recent revelations of his violence against women - and how NY Democrats may be complicit in allowing this deviant monster to prey on his victims.