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July 18th, 2012
02:40 PM ET

King Abdullah talks exclusively with Blitzer on crisis in Syria

King Abdullah of Jordan spoke with Wolf Blitzer about the crisis in Syria, politics, and much more.

Watch the full interview today in The Situation Room 4-7 p.m. ET

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soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Jim Thomas

    It is great they wiped our some big dogs but do not trust Russia or China as they both want that oil world and theyd onot care how they get it.Jim Thomas hx.Az.

    July 18, 2012 at 6:27 pm |
  2. WR Jones

    Why does anyone trust Russia in regards to the middle east? They stand to own the oil market if the middle east goes up in flames and Syria is smack in the middle of the efforts to keep the area in turmoil.
    Russia won't do anything to assist peace in the middle east, in fact they do as any mob would do and bombs the store front of the competition to put it out of business and send a message to any others that might challenge their dominance of that market in Europe. Look at the record... weapons to every country that has oil, efforts to spread rumors of USA aggression in central america, nuke parts to Iran, Syria and anyone that can use them... and the refusal to take action to stop the killing in Syria.
    If Russia can set the oil fields of the world aflame they rule the market... stop and look, start understanding the Russians leaders are the late KGB as mobsters, a breed so dangerous, so devious it amazes me the world has been so blind and ignorant.

    July 18, 2012 at 5:34 pm |
    • Doug Ericson.

      The Russians, as an international entity, have pretty much minded their own business the last few decades. If we had done the same, we wouldn't be so far behind them economically speaking right now.

      July 18, 2012 at 7:15 pm |

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