Yesterday I urged you to find time to watch the President’s news conference. (And offered this relatively short take from Zbigniew Brzezinski, characterizing Israel’s Mr. Netanyahu as “not a serious person.”)
Jerry: “I rarely watch these things but once I started, couldn’t help but take in the entire hour’s press conference with great pride and admiration. We are indeed fortunate to have such a leader.”
Sara: “I so appreciated the link to the analysis by Zbigniew Brzezinski on the Iran deal.”
Really: there could be thunderstorms this weekend! If not, you could get sun poisoning! Or stung by something. Come inside for an hour and become a little bit expert in what the President’s team have worked more than a year, in cooperation with five other nations, to achieve.
Here‘s the British ambassador: the deal “makes the world a safer place.”
Here‘s Roger Cohen in the New York Times: “a remarkable American diplomatic achievement.”
It’s okay to be relieved. It’s okay to be enthusiastic. It’s okay to be proud.
Quote of the Day
On the day of the 1983 economic summit, James A. Baker 3rd, then chief of staff, realized Mr. Reagan had not read his briefing book. When Mr. Baker asked why, Mr. Reagan responded, 'Well, Jim, The Sound of Music was on last night.'~Professor Herbert S. Parmet reviewing President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime
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