America’s (Bad) Reputation with Fmr. Secretary of State John Kerry | Why Is This Happening – Ep 35

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Will America’s reputation survive President Trump? A common trend underlying President Trump’s policy decisions is to undo whatever President Obama accomplished. For former Secretary of State John Kerry, that means watching years of his hard-earned achievements in the international community come apart. Hear Kerry explain what it’s like to watch President Trump on the world stage, why he refuses to let the current administration anger him, and what he believes threatens the basic fabric of American democracy.
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America’s (Bad) Reputation with Fmr. Secretary of State John Kerry | Why Is This Happening – Ep 35

23 Comments on "America’s (Bad) Reputation with Fmr. Secretary of State John Kerry | Why Is This Happening – Ep 35"

  1. Uriel Level up Riley | October 30, 2019 at 1:00 PM | Reply

    Great post!! Thank you #MSNBC you do such a great jobgiving is interviews from the people involved.

  2. So this is a year-old interview? In an era where the news cycle changes hourly? How can this be relevant? What about asking why the Vietnam war happened? “Happening” is not really the question with a year-old interview.

    • my thoughts exactly. and they didnt tell you until way in

    • History is a chain of related events… you need historical prospective to understand the current day. And this is a series of interviews.

    • he volunteered for vietnam. his opposition to it was HUGE. (his work w/ mccain in next decades is notable … and fairly interesting – they disagreed on almost everything but were always united on that. “comity” sounds so quaint now)

    • Events more than a few hours old can be very relevant and worthy of review
      or replay if they are :
      – really good and you are seeking to repeat them,
      – really bad and you’re seeking to prevent any re-occurrence,
      – they are part of an on-going series of events which you want to either extend or stop, or
      – pretty much any review where examining actions and results in a cold and unemotional light.

      “those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it”

  3. Democrats are destroying the USA. When you want things unearned, that leads to couch potatoes or weak soldiers. Cheers from Toronto

  4. Hermien Kuipers | October 30, 2019 at 2:49 PM | Reply

    The world had 8 relative peacefull years when Obama was president, and now……

  5. Gregory Parrott | October 30, 2019 at 3:14 PM | Reply

    I’ve listened for eight minutes, and so far, it is nothing but Chris Hayes blathering. Sorry, I can’t handle any more

  6. MSNBC, If I wanted to listen to pod casts on You Tube, I wouldn’t be on a primarily video format .com.

  7. 88Gibson LesPaul | October 30, 2019 at 4:56 PM | Reply

    The Honorable John Kerry. The one that got away and we, the country, are the worse for it, too. We would have been a much better country had we had this man as our president. The Swift Boat scheme was literally demonic.

  8. This was EXCELLENT. Great interview, Mr Hayes!

  9. really enjoyed this, ty secretary kerry and mr hayes.

  10. MSNBC brilliantly forgot how comrade Kerry was in Iran without Congress or Presidential knowledge.

  11. This set of podcasts from Hayes might be one of the few things left on msnbc that brings any sort of value to the table, the rest entirely seems like corporate democrat establishment talking points these days

  12. the man cheats at golf,but has won more tournaments than Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods combined!

  13. that is according to him.

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