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Tonight on This Week's Deal Or No Deal...


Quentin Letts wonders, can Theresa May pull off a clean Brexit?


There, that should add some much-needed clarity.


President-elect Donald Trump likes a deal.


Distinguished statesman Radoslaw Sikorski thinks


the new world order may throw up a few unwelcome surprises.


If you want trade wars, Donald Trump, it's no deal.


And everyone used to respect the headmaster and top notch


I've lost all respect being on this programme.


Who will take the megabucks home tonight?


In fact, we're best friends, and we must never do


anything to upset our long, special friendship.


So, as our friend, you will give us everything we ask for,


You will give us full and open access to your front room


for the next 45 minutes even though we accept no obligation to provide


television which informs, educates or entertains.


And we reserve the right to rat on you and do


As friends, you will of course accept this.


Because if you don't, and I say this as a friend,


Maggie had Ronnie, Tony had George, Dave had Barack, Michael here has


One faces the daunting task of turning a vague,


populist fantasy into reality without the world crashing in.


The other is the new President of the United States.


Tomorrow night he will sit in the Oval Office,


changing the nuclear codes to match his Twitter password.


And what could possibly go wrong when he leans over to tweet


He's promised to do everything he can to create work for people


who for too long have been stuck at home with nothing to do,


starting with our very own Michael Gove who says


Speaking of friends, we're joined tonight by two


unemployables unlikely even to benefit from Mr Trump's


vow to be the greatest job-creating President ever.


I speak, of course, of the main reasons this country is rushing


Your moment of the week. You said that Theresa May has Donald Trump


but I would question that. My moment was when Donald Trump gave an


interview to Michael Gove. You will remember that Theresa May has not


met the President-elect, Nigel Farage has met him three times. He


has suggested Nigel Farage should be our ambassador. So now he selects


Michael Gove, who was in favour of Brexit, who fell out with Boris


Johnson. When Boris Johnson was in New York, he did not see Mr Trump.


So it looked like he chose a Brexiteer who had been rejected from


the government, who had had a big row with Boris Johnson. I think he


is trying to tell Theresa May something and if I were her, I would


get on with finding someone to be ambassador who has been recruited


from outside the Foreign Office and has said nothing unpleasant about


Donald Trump in the past. Maybe they will start looking. Your moment?


Mine is Donald Trump related. It is the list of the inauguration line-up


of acts. It is as if Theresa May had Chas and Dave playing at Number Ten.


It is hilarious and woeful. Except that I was in the states when


Hillary Clinton had Beyonce and Bon Jovi and Jay Z. All the greatest


stars in the right of states, and she lost. I recognise that, I just


find a list... And why attack Chas and Dave? They won our Christmas


special. We had to give them sandwiches. That is how difficult it


was to get them. You give them the moment of the week and they slack


you off. Now, the World Economic Forum


is hosting its 30th It's a low key affair with fun


for the whole family. When they get bored of rubbing


shoulders with the likes of Shakira and Matt Damon,


heads of state and assorted fat cats can enjoy a refugee simulator


in which they crawl on all fours Though I guess


President Assad will be Anyways, for the few


of you who don't have half a million pounds to throw


at a weekend in Switzerland, here's Poland's former foreign


minister Radislaw Sikorski Free trade has opened up


Europe and the world. But we now have a US President


who has promised his supporters to alleviate


the downside of globalisation. Mr Trump has said many


contradictory things during the US election campaign,


but on one thing he has been consistent, his


suspicion of free trade. But, at Davos this week,


the President of China has said that to cut off flows of people,


goods and capital between the economies,


is like diverting rivers into lakes. Meanwhile, Britain is leaving


the European Union partly on the hope of a quick,


free trade deal with But if you thought that the row over


bent bananas was ludicrous, wait for the row over


US chlorine-soaked chicken. Unless agriculture is excluded


from such a free trade deal, British farmers will have to compete


with Texan farmers and Prime Minister Theresa May made


a speech at Lancaster House this week which was positive in tone


but in substance it sketched out The reality is that Britain cannot


negotiate a free trade deal with the United States


while still remaining a member of the European Union


and Britain is not yet a member Protectionism usually


provokes a reaction. If President Trump acts on some


of his pronouncements, We have seen that movie


before in the 1930s. Michael, are we heading for a trade


war under Donald Trump? I don't know, but there was a tell-tale


phrase in your report which was that we cannot have a free-trade deal


while members of the European Union. Quite right, because the European


Union is a protectionist block. It it wrecked barriers against the


outside world. The only people who are clearly in favour of global free


trade are the British. I will let you come back and then I will go to


Jess. The external tariff of the European Union is approximately 3%.


President Trump is talking about a tariff of 35%, which would actually


be illegal under the existing treaties. The European external


tariff on dairy products, on 54 different dairy products is 75%.


Agriculture is protected everywhere which is wide that Doha round failed


and it will be difficult to negotiate the deal with the United


States. You cannot simultaneously argue on the one hand that the


external tariff of the European Union is very very low and also to


say that it would be a calamity if Britain finds itself facing this


external tariff. It is either very low, or it isn't. If it is very low,


it doesn't matter whether Britain faces this low tariff or not. I


think that Britain is embarking on an interesting experiment. That is


understatement. If it works, we will all be following you. Do you feel we


are heading for a trade war? It is difficult to say but I don't think


that Donald Trump... His whole platform that he stood on during the


election was a 0-sum game where all trade deals were bad for America at


the moment and the only thing he is going to look for his good things


for American trade. That is what a President would do, a British Prime


Minister would say the same. Every country wants a decent trade deal


for themselves. That is why you have negotiations. He was suggesting


every trade deal is currently bad for the US so he would renegotiate


everything. That is totally unrealistic. Did you tell me the


President of China has been in Davos arguing for free trade, the


President of China whose country has systematically manipulated its


currency to have an unfair advantage in trade? China daily today


described the President of China as the general secretary now of


globalisation and free trade. Do we need lectures from the Chinese on


this? Since they joined the WTO in 2001 they have consistently broken


its rules on protectionism. As I understand, they are now trying to


prop up the currency, and certainly hundreds of millions of people in


China have benefited from global trade, just as Mexico has, and


thereby the migration from Mexico to the United States has dropped. Lots


of blue-collar workers, and this partly explains Brexit and Mr Trump,


because of the huge ramping up of Chinese productive capacity and then


in many cases the dumping of the low cost of products, including steel,


has cost many blue-collar workers in Europe and America their jobs.


Economists arguing to what extent it is trade and to what extent


automation. There is one free-trade deal that Mr Trump things would be


good and that is with Britain. If America was to offer Britain a


free-trade deal, why would we not do it? Already, he said we were at the


front of the queue and then, isn't it Mexico and Canada have jumped the


queue now? He has free-trade deals with them already and does not like


them. Why wouldn't we do a free-trade deal with America?


Hitherto, for the last few decades, Britain was negotiating with the


negotiating strength of the largest economy on earth, the European


Union. Now you will be negotiating with two giants, the United States


and the European Union. I am not sure you're negotiating position


will be stronger. But if Australia can do a free-trade deal with


America to its advantage, why couldn't we? The mutual recognition


of standards, which is being proposed, is going to be


controversial. Do you really want GM ohs, do you really want... You think


our economic future should be determined by whether we can buy


chlorinated chicken? I think the dispute over Bent bananas will be a


small thing by comparison. One of the releases I'm looking forward to


is being released from this nonsense about genetically modified food


products. You are all for them? I certainly am. Is the EU is so weak


it is to give Britain a punishment beating to stop others rushing to


the door? We will wait and see. It is difficult to say at the moment.


Theresa May has played a strong hand this week and made it seem, only in


the UK, not in Europe, that we have real strength and we will give you,


if you give us a beating we will be really tough. But it is still just


all, clouds that mean nothing, that evaporate when you touch them. I


don't feel they are weak and we are strong.


Is the threat to walk away which Mrs May said in her speech on Tuesday,


that no deal is better than a bad deal? Yes. We have touched upon the


external tariff of the European Union. In the moments after the June


23rd vote, sterling fell against the euro by about 10%. We are talking


about external tariffs of 3 and 4% so we already have a bigger


advantage than the external tariff. She's played it cleverly because she


said we are leaving the single market, we'll probably not be in the


customs union either. A decision is required by the European Union at


that point, whether to impose tariffs on their goods coming to us


and ours going to them. I think it's going to be quite a difficult


political sell for Poland and certainly Germany and France. Why?


To tell people, we are going to destroy your jobs by making it more


difficult for you to export cars to the UK, more difficult to export...


No, they are just going to say, we are going to take, you know, the car


manufacturing that currently exists where I live and put it in Poland,


make Poland great again. So where are the car plants going to come


from? They'll... They are going to move Jaguar to Poland? Definitely


not. I'm not Len McCluskey. But why wouldn't they buy their car parts


and bits and pieces where they don't have to take their lorries through


borders, they don't have to have red tape? It's like the Conservatives


are arguing for red tape which is so weird. No, no, what I'm saying is


that the European Union has to take a deliberate policy of retribution


against... No, the European Union doesn't need to do anything. Britain


will put itself outside of the customs area. That means the


external tariff will apply without the EU doing anything. You are


resigning from the club and you will be treated as a member of the


public. But my favourite threat is, if the EU doesn't do what we say,


we'll lower corporation tax. Guess what, corporation tax in Ireland,


Cyprus, is 12.5%, in Hungary it's 9%. You can lower your corporation


tax without leaving the European Union. Indeed. Though the commission


hates it when you do it. OK. The Irish have been lent on to raise it.


There are increasing protectionist forces in Europe. We'll see that in


the elections in Holland, France and in Austria, perhaps also in Italy as


well. So why shouldn't the UK strike out to the rest of the world to do


deals if Europe is becoming more protectionist? It's illegal to


become protectionist inside the European Union. What you mean by


that is that there are stronger pressures to limit the free movement


of people. But... But also they can do trade deals. We have done one


with Canada but it takes a long time to do them. Ukraine is similar to


what Britain will eventually want, a sector by sector compromise. That


took seven years. It's a complicated thing to do. Two years to implement.


It's difficult. But there is one more area where I think people in


Britain need to be clear about, name under existing rules, EU citizens


can only reside in other member states like Britain for three


months. After three months, if they are a burden on the public


Exchequer, you can actually move people out. You and I both know


that's not going to happen. But you could have acted on it. Hold on, Mrs


May offered Mrs Merkel a deal to take EU citizens in this country a


UK... You are talking at crossed purposes. If he's saying if people


are already on the public purse you can move them out. May I make a


broad point on freedom of movement of people. It's alleged this is


fundamental of the creation of the single market. Of course it isn't.


You could have a single market without the free movement of people.


The reason there is the free movement of people in the European


Union is the same reason there is a Single Currency because these are


attributes of a single nation state because it's the aspiration of the


European Union to become a single nation state. That is our


fundamental problem with the whole thing. In the words of a British


Prime Minister, "not a super state but a super power". We are going to


leave it there. We have overran because it's an interesting


discussion. Thank you for being with us.


Now it's late, change the White House wifi password late,


as President Obama hides fake spiders and stink bombs


But we're on the edge of our seat for Trump's inaugural shindig.


Poor Donald has had a rough old time booking performers for the party,


disrespected by the jealous losers of Hollywood.


Dry your tears Mr President-elect because, waiting in the wings


to straighten up the bullies, is headmaster and historian


Anthony Seldon, putting respect in our spotlight.


There will be strictly no mobile phones allowed in class,


not to mention Facebanter, Twitteasing, Snapchithcat or we'll


Now, our friends at London's top museums have been in touch,


asking Labour MPs to please stop sending over their CVs for every job


John McDonnell's application for the Bank of England Museum


job has been rejected - I think we can work out why.


But we can't fathom why our very own Jess Phillips has been turned


down as curator of the Civil War Museum.


But the National Maritime Museum is keen to interview any Labour MP


looking for a new start in life since they all have plenty


Here with a career change of his own, Quentin Letts


with the political round up of the week.


Well, they said they wanted a clean Brexit.


# I'll polish the leaves, make them green again


# Shake out the trees, change the scene again


# Spring cleaning, getting ready for love.#


Still, they were very clear, they wanted a clean Brexit.


Both sides in the referendum campaign made it clear that a vote


to leave the EU would be a vote to leave the single market.


So we do not seek membership of the single market.


Instead, we seek the greatest possible access to it.


I can confirm today that the government will put


the final deal that is agreed between the UK and the EU to a vote


The business community welcomed the clarity from the PM.


And some bloke called Boris Johnson was tweeting videos about it.


I've just been listening to Theresa May's fantastic speech


about global Britain and about how we're going to take back control


of our borders and loads of money that we currently send to the EU.


But also, of course, come out of the EU's legal system,


the single market, but not leave Europe.


Also cheering was a vindicated Nigel Farage.


Best not to mention that it leaves his party


We are leaving the single market, even if Nick Clegg is crying


But not everyone was so gracious in hard Brexit.


Oh, there's Mr Clegg, off to drown his sorrows and stockpile


What she's done is taken the views of 51.9% of the people who voted


to leave the European Union last June and assume they all meant


the same as Nigel Farage, and assume they wanted an extreme


Brexit that was not on the ballot paper.


Jeremy Corbyn went on Brexit at PMQs, the Labour leader railing


against the idea of a bargain Brexit.


"She has said that leave the single market, but at the same time says


she wants to have access to the single market.


I'm not quite sure how that's going to go down in Europe.


I think we have to have a deal that ensures we have


Oh, well, someone had to make up the numbers, I suppose.


Oh, dear, it looks like they preloaded.


I hope they don't do anything embarrassing when they meet


# Cos you and I have a rendezvous under the sky


# Spring cleaning, getting ready for love.#


Michael Gove met Donald Trump in New York this week and the former


Justice Secretary just about maintained his composure,


and Mr Trump congratulated Mr Gove on Brexit.


Some of these books have got pages missing.


I thought the UK was so smart in getting out.


And you were there, and you guys wrote it,


If they hadn't been forced to take in all of the refugees, so many,


with all the problems that entails, I think that you wouldn't


The refugees issue has damaged Angela Merkel and threatens


Mutti Merkel was her normal, cheerful self.


TRANSLATION: There can be no cherrypicking during negotiations


Otherwise we might end up with some who might find it more attractive


For the SNP, hard Brexit is another chance to call for independence.


Do we want to be taken down a path that we didn't vote


for and is against all of our interests, or do we want to take


And that is a choice that I think Scotland has the right to make.


Could hard Brexit mean a hard border with the Republic?


Maybe see what this lot have been watching on telly.


There's a nice Andrew Neil programme later on in the evening


where he invites people on a very tight sofa, as I recall.


It was a good programme and Andrew Neil held the chair well.


Disconcerting that the chairman of the BBC speaks about us in the past


tense! Thanks to Samir and Belkis


at Juniper TV for allowing us to employ the services of a somewhat


second rate cleaner. SNP superstar John Nicholson,


welcome back to our programme. Thank you, Andrew. The consensus is that


Theresa May had a good week this week, is that right? Yes. In fact, I


think the speech was largely statements of the obvious and these


things could have been deduced some time ago. But she had been so silent


on the question and had given an impression of being indecisive. So


when she said these things categorically, and I must say


neatly, she said them well. There was a terrific reaction to it. Jess?


I think it was clear. I agree entirely with Michael, it was a


statement of the bleeding obvious. But for her to say that we wouldn't


be members of the single market, although you could deduce that from


other things that were said, for her to say it though to get it on the


record, it was quite a step forward? Not a step backwards, well depending


on your opinion. She did two bold things. Before Christmas we had the


vote on the principle of the triggering of article 50 which she


won with a tremendous majority. Now this bold speech has gone well. So I


hope she's encouraged to carry on being bold. What do you think? A


Labour MP told me she was in tears listening to the speech because she


thought to herself, this means the end of the union. Does it? Well, I


thought it was disrespectful for Theresa May to give the speech in


the way she did because she'd said very clearly that Scotland's voice


had to be heard. The Joint Committee was due to meet after the speech.


The Scottish Parliament put forward its proposals and Mrs May said


repeatedly, we'll listen to Scotland's point of view, it's an


equal partner, then she announces very dramatically the future of


Scotland in Europe without actually talking to the Scottish ministers at


all. I'm surpriseth rised she didn't go through the motions. --


surprised. Is it clear Labour doesn't have a Brexit strategy?


Clear in the same sentence, it's fair to say it's not all that clear.


But it's incredibly difficult is the honest answer. The honest truth is


that there are swathes of Labour seats that voted for Brexit, yet two


thirds of Labour voters apparently, however they deduce these things


from the polls, voted to remain. Then there are huge areas of Labour


vote where people are not just rep Remain, but vehemently Remain. So


there is, I get it both barrels from all angles regardless of people's


opinion so I could sit here all day and say it should have been clearer,


but it's incredibly difficult. Incredibly complex. One of my


abiding memories as an MP is being in the lobby and watching Labour MPs


berating Gisela Stuart in the aftermath of the referendum result


with a rage that I have never seen in Parliament since I came to


Parliament. They have changed their choosing. On


this so far, they say, we respect the decision of the British people.


And it is going to be a three line whip. Votes on austerity do not get


that, but this does. I read the headline, and then when I read it,


Jeremy Corbyn had just said, we will ask them. I had people getting in


touch saying, I am leaving the Labour Party. Assuming after the


Supreme Court ruling that we seem to think the judges will uphold the


High Court ruling, if that is the case, the SNP will vote against


triggering Article 50, right? We have not met to decide that but it


is my assumption that we would because Scotland voted to stay, so I


think we should reflect the wishes of our electorate. Given that,


particularly if there is a three line whip, it gets through


Parliament, doesn't it? Of course, under those circumstances. So I


would hope and ask that as many MPs as possible from the Labour Party


develop a backbone over this. You said you will represent your


electorate. 67% of my constituents voted to leave. So... Does Ukip have


a future? If Mrs May is seen to be the hard Brexit, what is the point


of Ukip? Ukip's best hope was that by the time of the next election


this would still be up in the air. The decision by the British people


which had not been delivered. It is still possible to imagine


circumstances in which that might happen, but clearly, Mrs May has


smelt the danger, sensed the danger, and made a move which makes life


very difficult for Ukip. At the moment, I would say the combination


of the new leader and the fact that wrecks it appears to be proceeding


apace makes the outlook for Ukip poor. -- Brexit. The Scottish First


Minister has ruled out a referendum for this year. Is it your view that


if there is to be a second referendum, does it have to come


before the UK believes the EU? Does it have to come in the window


between the beginning of 2018, and probably March 2019? If there is


going to be a second one, is that when it has to be? I don't get a


sense that people have an understanding of what Brexit means


for them. They have found so far that there laptop has gone up in


price. We have not got too much time, I just want to know if that is


the window. We need to see what the deal is on the table. When will the


third referendum be? Presumably you will hold them continuously until


you get the right answer. I always took the view that on balance the


first referendum would be lost. I think the second will be one. I


remember that the SNP ran on a manifesto last year that said if


there is a material change in circumstance, we reserve the right


to hold a second referendum. Clearly, being put out of the EU is


a material change. So when is the third one? We do not even know when


the second one is. Let me come onto the inauguration, the global story.


Let me point out something that could never have been said before.


There is now a Eurosceptic moving into the Oval Office. There is now


somebody who backs Brexit moving into the Oval Office, someone who


has no interest in EU integration, indeed, I think would not mind if it


unravelled. It totally changes state Department policy for the past 50


is. This is a watershed in Britain and Europe's relationship with the


United States. Yes, assuming he can carry that through the ranks of the


State Department, absolutely. I found it so frustrating as Defence


Secretary watching the efforts of the French to ease the Americans out


of Europe, to create a European defence identity to supplant Nato,


although extremely ineffectively. I was frustrated that the Americans


could not see the danger posed to our joint security by the


arrangements that were, that the European Union as spy at to make. I


am pleased now to have a more realistic President. It is quite a


watershed. That is the first time I have heard the words "Realistic" and


"Trump" in the same sentence. It is an enormous change. I mean for


Britain, to have a Eurosceptic, pro-Brexit, that would never have


happened under any other President. It is an enormous turnaround. We


have not had the opportunity to decide what is the difference


between his rhetoric and the reality. How will he perform as a


President? It was interesting when Michael Gove asked him whether


Britain was at the front of the queue and was desperate to get that


answer. His answer was, you are doing great. What does that mean?


Final thoughts. All over Europe, Theresa May is being pictured next


to Donald Trump in cartoons as if they are in it together and a lack


of global vision, tiny minded, small island... I thought Mrs May's speech


to Davos yesterday and on Tuesday morning was all about going into the


world, global vision. Just because she is saying, I like the world...


There are 12 countries Liam Fox is talking to about free trade. Why is


that not going into the world? Because it is meaningless while we


do not know what we will end up with with the European Union. Donald


Trump, I suppose, has come at a good time, while we are looking for


people who also do not like Europe to hang out with. We can hang out


with him. I think that Jess is labouring under the illusion that


the European Union is a free trade organisation. It is a protectionist


organisation. We have come full circle and I will move on. Thank


you. Now, I have to interrupt


proceedings to issue an apology With the greatest respect,


we no longer want full membership of your exclusive nightclub,


just the greatest possible access. Michael just doesn't


understand why you won't give And why can't Jess hear a British


accent when she's in the courtyard I hope you're sensible enough


to allow us free entry whenever we feel like it and without regard


to club rules. But if you're going to be


unreasonable, well, we'll respectfully have


to open our own club where we'll sell bootleg Blue Nun and bargain


basement Mini Cheddars Prime Minister Theresa May was full


of respect for her European friends when outlining her divorce


terms on Monday. I respect the position taken


by European leaders. We not only respect that


fact, but support it. Boris Johnson appeared to compare


Anglo-French relations to life Has he lost the esteem


of his parliamentary It is amazing, isn't it,


that this guy is in charge of the Foreign Office,


our great Foreign Office? He doesn't seem to be learning any


of the lessons of diplomacy. Should this man really be at the top


of our foreign relations? Any senior politician,


just don't mention the war. Meanwhile, Barack Obama


was keen to show his respect for the White House press pack,


a week after his successor I want to thank you all


for your extraordinary service to our democracy,


and with that, I will In Davos, Xi Jinping,


Communist China's authoritarian president, called on leaders


of liberal democracies TRANSLATION: We must remain


committed to developing free Public school don and historian


Anthony Seldon knows all about character,


so how important is respect And Anthony Seldon joins us now.


Thank you for being with us. Is our respect for each other in general,


is it in decline? It's very hard to say. We can say that it's a really


important commodity in society, it's what makes a good or just society.


If we don't have that sense of wanting to support each other,


understand each other, if we are just going to be blanking each other


out, denigrating each other, humiliating each other, then we


don't have the basis for what, throughout history, has made good


societies. And we should be teaching it in schools all the way through.


We don't do enough of that in schools? We have a crazy school


system. We focus just on exams, a single person, cramming their head


with information, spitting it out, passive knowledge, regurgitating it


in exams. This has nothing to do with preparing people for life, for


life in society, for building good building blocks for our communities,


has nothing to do with building families, nothing to do with even


jobs, you know. Nobody in a job, as it struck anybody in government,


sits on their own and answers essay questions. They work together,


thinking. We need to develop entrepreneurship, active learning


and decent values. Have we become a less respectful society? I'm not


sure that we have. You hear statistics about elderly people


being more lonely and people not to visiting their grandparents any more


and things like that. I can't say I notice on the street that young


people are disrespecting any more than... Obviously, I am a bit


younger than the other people here, so maybe it's not in my lifetime


that it's gone downhill. Obviously, you are only marginally older. I am


surprised Anthony launched that critique of education with all the


focus on exams. One of the things that characterises education is


respect for teachers. That is an enormous driver, one of the triptych


things that comes out of education. If teachers do not hold the respect


of their pupils, you have a problem. I assume that at the schools where


you were headmaster, respect was substantial. I am still in touch


with my headmaster. Imagine how old he is, given how old you think I am.


Good old Harrow County, which has helped to make you what you are. We


are affected by the family, the groups around us. Schools and exams


are important. The problem is we thought exams and Ofsted report 's


were all that matters in schools. Actually, it is about building... I


think the referendum showed that people still respect Parliament.


British people thought, here is something that we value, we think


should be put in the prime position. We understand it. The British people


are good at changing Parliament. We go from massive Labour majorities to


annihilating the Labour Party. We support the Liberal Democrats, then


we annihilate them. The British people have control of it, and


therefore they respect it. This is certainly true. Such a narrow


margin, 48-52. I was for Remainer, but we lost, and let's make the most


of it. That is what the vast majority have accepted. There is


great respect for parliamentarians. Is there? Is it healthy that we seem


to have lost respect for a lot of institutions? We should be critical.


A lot of great education in schools is about teaching scepticism, not


just to accept authority because it is authority. We are a democracy and


we should be critical and form our own judgments. And you can show too


much respect. In Davos this week, the Davos elite showed too much


respect to the President of China, not raising the issues they should


have done with him. We should always challenge people. People worthy of


respect deserve our respect. We should not respect people who do not


respect us, themselves or other people. I think respect is not an


absolute, it is a qualified and it should be there, but it is able then


block of society. What are the chances we will come to respect


Donald Trump. None. I will never respect anyone like that. You have


to respect the office, and the majority of Americans will continue


to respect the office. He is head of state and of government. He has a


chance, if he respect men and women, he will get there. I have two


respect the schedule. We have run out of time.


That's your lot for tonight folks, but not for us, we're off


to LouLou's for Joe Biden's end of the world survivalist jamboree.


Free nuclear bunkers and cyanide pills for everyone!


Joe has put together the line-up of a lifetime -


Beyonce, Adele, Elvis, Queen and even the Beatles


But perhaps not quite as much as what's happening


Nighty night, don't let the 45th President of the United States bite.


And I don't care, frankly, if it's going to be beautiful


I have a feeling it's going to be beautiful.


Because what we've done is so special.


All over the world they are talking about it.


And we are going to make America great again.


Thank you very much and enjoy the fireworks.


That I will faithfully execute the Office...


And will to the best of my ability...


The Constitution of the United States...


Why would James Delaney hate the India so?


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