Tibor Nagy Jr. Discusses Jerusalem as Capital and North Korea
Thursday on KFYO Mornings former ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr. joined Matt Martin and Paul R. Bean to discuss many international issues such as Trump's recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the United State's interests in the middle east, and North Korea.
On the topic of the debate in the middle east over Jerusalem being Israel's capital, Nagy had this to say, "You have the Palestinians saying that the Jews don't really have a case for Jerusalem, which is hogwash." He went on to say, "The Israeli parliament, I think, in 1950 passed the law declaring Jerusalem to be the capital."
The former ambassador went on to discuss the future relations of the US and the middle east, saying, "I think its really important to think about what are the US overall interests in the middle east, because they have changed dramatically."
Finally he spoke on North Korea's threats of war towards the US saying that he believed that they were hyperbole and empty words.
Listen to the full interview with Tibor Nagy Jr. in the video above.