Admiral James Stavridis, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, joined Brian Kilmeade and discussed why he is proud of President Trump calling out Russia for helping North Korea and why talk of a "bloody nose" attack on North Korea could lead to an escalation that could lead to millions of deaths. Stavridis believes while there is only a 10% chance of a military confrontation with Kim Jong-un, we do need to have a strategy in place. On the Iranian protests, Admiral Stavridis believes Iran's biggest problem is with their young population who have been exposed to the West. He explained why this opens up real opportunities for America and our allies to strategically unwind the disaster of the Iranian revolution of 1979.
Plus, Admiral Stavridis on why we should keep Special Forces in Syria to stop Russia and Iran from gaining a foothold.