The O’Reilly Factor 4/18/17 – Donald Trump & President Xi Meeting was a game changer

The O’Reilly Factor 4/18/17 – Donald Trump & President Xi Meeting was a game changer

The O’Reilly Factor 4/18/17 – Donald Trump & President Xi Meeting was a game changer on North Korea

The O’Reilly Factor 4/18/17 – Donald Trump & President Xi Meeting was a game changer on North Korea

Keeping the Country Safe
In a major policy speech, Homeland Security boss John Kelly warned that any future terror attacks will likely be carried out by people who entered the country via the southern border. Dana analyzed that warning with Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe and radio talk show host Ethan Bearman. “This does not keep me up at night,” Bearman said. “We already have 700 miles of walls and fencing and we need to implement technology, not build a $20-billion wall that won’t work. Here in California, the cartels use boats and land on our shores up the coast, so sealing our borders is not the key thing.” Boothe, in contrast, endorsed General Kelly’s policies and warnings. “All the administration is doing is following the laws on the books. Regarding Ethan’s point, Secretary Kelly was in charge of the Southern Command and he is intimately familiar with the threats along the southern border. I trust his judgment on this.”

Clinton Campaign Tell-All Book
A new book called ‘Shattered’ provides a behind-the-scenes account of the disastrous Hillary Clinton campaign. Fox News correspondent Ed Henry gave the book and its revelations a mixed review. “There is a lot in this book that we already knew,” he said, “largely because of WikiLeaks that showed that the campaign was fighting. But there is some new information, particularly about election night when President Obama called and asked if she would concede. What’s fascinating is that President Obama called a second time and told Hillary Clinton that it was over. Her reaction was to apologize to him for not carrying on his legacy. This was coming at them as a big shock and it was Bill Clinton who had been saying that the campaign should talk to white working-class workers. He was ahead of the curve.”

Containing North Korea
Dana welcomed foreign policy specialists Ric Grenell and Gillian Turner, who examined the ongoing tension between North Korea and the USA. “North Korea is facing 175,000 Chinese troops on their border,” Grenell said, “so they have gotten the message loud and clear that something has changed. I think the meeting between President Trump and President Xi at Mar-a-Lago was a game changer. We saw President Xi go back to China and put those troops right on the border; we haven’t seen diplomacy work that fast in a long time.” Turner contended that the Trump administration is merely continuing policies that had already been in place. “We have reached a rhetorical apex on this issue in recent days, but tension between the U.S. and North Korea are not new. This has been boiling and simmering for years, and President Obama is the one who started this cyber-warfare program targeting North Korean missiles.”

  • Finley

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