Few people have taken notice of a frightening event in Austria: A far-right party has joined Sebastian Kurz’s new coalition
The Trump administration issued the new strategy this week—and it’s a total reversal of the Obama administration's strategy.
The Obama administration dismantled a thorough, eight-year investigation into one of Iran’s most powerful terror proxies, Hezbollah, in an effort to appease Iran during the nuclear deal negotiation.
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Britain is quitting the European Union. Across the Continent, more and more are saying they want less Europe. Euroskeptic parties are rising in power. Some are saying the EU is dead.
On today’s show, theTrumpet.com assistant managing editor Richard Palmer examines the ambitions of the EU leaders, the practical steps they’ve taken just in the last week toward a superstate, and where this is leading.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made an unannounced visit to Syria yesterday to visit his ally Bashar Assad and declare victory against the Islamic State. Putin is the first foreign leader to visit Syria in seven years. Russia has two bases in Syria, and there is no sign the Russians will be leaving soon. In October 2015, then United States President Barack Obama told Putin that getting involved in Syria was like entering a “quagmire.” Russia has proved its ability to maneuver through the Middle East to the embarrassment of the U.S. Putin’s victory in Syria is part of a larger trend that sees a weakening and inept America being pushed out of the Middle East. We discuss this and more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Yesterday the New York Times printed an unflattering, 4,300-word profile of U.S. President Donald Trump’s love for cable news television, tweeting and dessert. The Times insists that this president only has the attention span of a “jack-rabbit.” So he’s forced to rely mainly on verbal meetings and Fox News to get most of his information. Of course, when Barack Obama watched television—and he watched a lot—it was always a much-needed break from a long, grueling day at the Oval Office. Trump does it because he’s shallow. That’s how the Times sees it. On today’s program, we look at the tv-viewing preferences of the past two U.S. presidents—as well as the other important stories of the day.
The world is up in arms over U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Jerusalem means “city of peace,” but history shows it has been rife with bloodshed and violence. Why does this ancient capital of Israel continue to make headline news? No city on Earth stirs God’s passions like Jerusalem does! Prophecy reveals that God has dazzling plans for this city in the near future. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, we show that God shall yet choose Jerusalem.
United States President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has triggered a hostile response from powers around the globe. Opponents are outraged at what they see as the end of the Middle East peace process. On today’s radio show, we ask: “What peace process?” The Palestinian Arabs have been offered land for peace and it failed. Palestinian authorities use international donations to pay the families of dead terrorists. And the logos of jihadist organizations like Hamas and Fatah have rifles pictured next to a map of Israel, which it calls Palestine. The goal of the Palestinian Arabs is not, nor ever has been, peace with Israel—it has always been the obliteration of Israel. That is why the decades-old “peace process” has never really existed.