On Sunday at 1:20pm eastern, I am scheduled to be interviewed by Shannon Bream on the Fox News Channel. We will discuss the Middle East peace process. I’m hoping time will allow for us to also touch on the inauguration of Hassan Rouhani as the new President of Iran, and assess the rising potential of an Israeli first strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities. Please join us.
Then, on Monday afternoon at 3:30pm eastern, I am scheduled to appear on the Sean Hannity radio show. Sean will be on vacation. My friend, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas, will be guest hosting. He has invited me on to discuss the same set of issues. Please join us for that interview as well.
If there are changes to this schedule, I will update this blog posting. Thanks.
- UPDATE: “The terror threat prompting the U.S. government to close nearly two dozen embassies and consulates Sunday is the most specific, credible threat information in years, CBS News senior correspondent John Miller reports. Intelligence officers have reporting from a reliable source that a major plot is under way and that the team to carry it out has been selected and is in place, Miller reports. The threat information has been described as the most specific and credible since the foiled plot to blow up British planes en route to the United States in 2006, Miller reports.”
- UPDATE: Al Qaeda terror plot leads U.S. to shut down embassies: “Chairman of the Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence Rep. Peter King confirmed on Friday that ‘something serious is being planned,’ prompting the shutdown of 21 U.S. embassies across the world. ‘There’s very little doubt, if any, that something serious is being planned,’ the New York Republican told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on a phone call in The Situation Room. ‘I’ve been getting briefed fairly regularly over the last seven or eight years at least and also pretty heavily before then and this is the most specific I’ve seen.'”
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