Wednesday on KFYO Mornings, Former Ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr. joined Dave King and Matt Martin to discuss current issues from all over the world including the threat that North Korea brings, Germany's election, vampire rumors in Malawi, and an upcoming gathering at the Texas Tech International Cultural Center.

Tibor Nagy spoke briefly on the shooting on the Texas Tech Campus, saying, "It's terrible. It is absolutely awful. The mood for something like that, well, what an absolute tragedy."

Nagy also talked about Trump and his plan to get rid of the Iran nuclear agreement, saying that he is not sure that we will get rid of it, but it shows the frustration that our administration has had with Iran.

The former ambassador also spoke once again on the looming threat of North Korea and what their nuclear capabilities could mean for the United States and the rest of the world.

"The United States basically has this year to take out the North Korean nuclear capabilities on our own, militarily, if we are going to do it. Once North Korea gets past a certain point, then we will no longer have that option."

Finally he promoted a guest speaker at the International Cultural Center. Archduke Von Habsburg will speak on Monday at 5:30 on many issues, including Catalonia, Brexxit, the German elections, what Putin is doing, the forces of nationalism, and Europe's immigration problems.

Listen to the full interview in the video above.

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