Fiona Hill says Giuliani remarks, ‘incendiary’

A former National Security adviser says the president’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani had been making “incendiary” remarks on television about Ukraine. (Nov. 21)

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Ground Game Podcast: The Baghdadi Raid

The world’s most wanted terror leader is dead. President Trump declared victory after Abu Bukr Al-Baghdadi, who lead the Islamic State, killed himself during a U.S. Military Raid in Syria over the weekend. The AP’s National Security writer Robert Burns has all the details from the Pentagon. Plus, AP’s South Carolina political reporter, Meg Kinnard, sat down with Former Vice President Joe Biden to discuss his make or break relationship with voters in the crucial early voting state.

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Trump-Putin G20 talks may include Ukraine crisis

(27 Nov 2018) National Security adviser John Bolton says there will be a “full agenda” of talks between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Argentina. After reporter questions, Bolton said “sure,” Ukraine would also be discussed. (Nov. 27)

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Chile museum displays declassified CIA papers on Pinochet coup

“We didn’t do it. We helped them,” said the then president of the US Richard Nixon and National Security advisor Henry Kissinger, the day after the military coup which finished with Salvador Allende’s democratic government the 11th September 1973. The conversation is one of several declassified documents now on display in a museum in the Chilean capital, offering insight into US involvement at the beginning of Pinochet’s dictatorship.