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- Bolton reportedly called Giuliani a 'hand grenade' in the Ukraine issue
- Bolton reportedly called Giuliani a 'hand grenade' in the Ukraine issue | On Air Videos | Fox News
While live on Fox, host Brian Kilmeade received a text message from Bolton.
Costa also received a second text. That begs a natural question, one that Susan Glasser astutely asked : "Will Bolton become the first of the natsec advisers Trump has publicly humiliated to break with him and reveal what has been going on backstage? Before Bolton joined the Trump administration, he was a contributor at Fox.
Tucker Carlson, who has been one of Bolton's fiercest critics, celebrated on Tuesday evening. Carlson opened his show declaring Bolton's exit to be "great news for America. Behind the scenes, Politico's Eliana Johnson reported that Carlson had told Trump it was a mistake to keep Bolton in his administration.
The Politico report said that Carlson and others had told Trump that Bolton not only had policy differences with him, but that he had been using the media against him.
Speaking of which Bolton told The Daily Beast that the notion he was a leaker is "flatly incorrect. That was on full display Tuesday evening when Bolton answered the door during a media stakeout of his home. Bolton was hired, in part, because Trump liked watching him on TV. But, recently, Bolton expressed reluctance to defend the administration on-air. Other officials told CNN that Larry Kudlow and Steven Mnuchin were simply better positioned to speak about economic issues, which were also in focus at the G7.
WSJ's main story by Michael C. Bender and Vivian Salama makes this point: "The ouster, on the eve of the anniversary of the Sept. I'm in the middle of reading the book now, and had a hard time putting it down to write this recommendation. The AP's Will Lester sums up my feelings about why it is so riveting: "Most people are aware of the events that followed, but what has faded from memory over the years are the dramatic details, like the emotional accounts of people telling their loved ones that they were trapped in the upper floors of the towers or on hijacked planes.
Graff is also out with this essay for The Atlantic about one of the takeaways from his research The Hill. Media Matters. His description of her leads Sandor to discover, to his shock, that Tormund is in love with Brienne, but he shoots down the idea of Tormund winning Brienne's heart, remembering his own encounter and battle with the Maid of Tarth. They accompany him as he welcomes Jon's party when they arrive, and Brienne is shocked to see Sandor Clegane alive and siding with the North. As they collectively walk to the dragonpit for the armistice meeting , Brienne tells the Hound that she thought he was dead.
He remarks that she came pretty close to rendering him so. She counters that she was only trying to protect Arya, and the Hound says he was as well. Brienne tells him that Arya is alive and home at Winterfell, much to his surprise. When he asks who's protecting her there if Brienne is here, she quips, "The only one that needs protecting is the one who gets in her way. At the meeting. Brienne stands with Jon Snow's party under their canopy and shares an uneasy glance with Jaime Lannister as he escorts his sister Queen Cersei Lannister to her canopy.
She sits silently during the proceedings, witnessing Queen Daenerys Targaryen 's dramatic entrance on Drogon and the revealing of the wight to Cersei and the others. In spite of this, Cersei declares that she will not stand down or help the North fight the coming war with the dead. As the meeting disperses, Brienne accosts Jaime and begs him to talk to Cersei to try to convince her to put aside their petty differences and join them in defeating the wights.
Jaime doesn't believe talking to Cersei will do any good. She is seen standing with Jon's party when Cersei returns from speaking with Tyrion, apparently having decided to help the North after all.watch
Bolton reportedly called Giuliani a 'hand grenade' in the Ukraine issue
Brienne returns to Winterfell alongside Jon and Daenerys's forces and helps organize the defense of the castle. At Jaime Lannister's trial in the Great Hall, she speaks on his behalf, convincing Sansa, Daenerys, and Jon to spare him after telling them the story of how he saved her from Locke's men, along with assigning her mission to find and protect the Stark girls. Thinking he plans to insult her once again, she is surprised when he asks to serve under her command in the upcoming battle.
Though hesitant at first, she accepts. Brienne is present when Jon and the others discuss their plan of defense, refusing another of Tormund's advances in the process. Later, she joins the Lannister brothers for wine , but orders a half cup for Podrick, since the battle could start at any moment; Tyrion serves Podrick a full cup anyway.
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After hearing Tormund's story of how he earned his nickname "Giantsbane", he questions her status among the nobility. Brienne confesses that she was never made a knight, due to tradition. Brienne, Jaime, Jorah Mormont and Grey Worm lead the Northern and Targaryen forces to fight the dead in the open during the Battle of Winterfell but are quickly overwhelmed, Brienne herself being saved by Jaime during the initial onslaught. As they are forced to retreat into Winterfell, they try to fend off the wights trying to breach the walls of the castle.
However, the undead army is obliterated with the death of the Night King at the hands of Arya. After the victory over the dead, the living celebrate, and she rejects the advances of Tormund. Brienne and Jaime exchange smiles and Tyrion, now very drunk, correctly guesses Brienne is a virgin. Her smile fades and says she must relieve herself.
Jaime follows her into her quarters, and they end up having sex. Despite his love for Brienne, Jaime decides to head back after the Iron Fleet ambushed the Targaryen forces near Dragonstone , horrified about Cersei's fate if she loses. Brienne pleads with him not to leave, stating he is a good man, but he states he is as hateful as Cersei. After Tyrion suggests that the lords of Seven Kingdoms choose their new king and suggests Bran Stark 's name, Brienne assents to the proposal.
While reading the " The Book of Brothers ", she comes upon Jaime's entry and decides to complete it. She praises his actions and says he "died defending his queen", welling up while writing it. Brienne later takes part in the first meeting of the Small Council , under the stewardship of Tyrion, the new Hand of the King.
She tells Podrick to take Bran away from the meeting so he can focus on finding Drogon , who has been seen flying towards Volantis , using his abilities as a warg.
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When Bronn suggests rebuilding the city's brothels since all of the well-known ones were destroyed following the Battle of King's Landing , she expresses disapproval at the thought of priortizing it over rebuilding the royal fleet, which clearly takes precedence due to the lack of ships in the Six Kingdoms following the war for Westeros.
Brienne has spent most of her life as the object of scorn, rejection and — at best — pity. When she tried to dress and act like a proper lady, she was met with mockery and disdain for her unattractive appearance and lack of feminine social graces; when she turned to a career more suited to her talents as a warrior, she received only contempt and resentment for her gender despite her considerable skill.
These aspects of her life have resulted in her being penalised by Westerosi society due to unconventionality. Her lifetime of scorn and condescension led her to becoming extremely pragmatic and blunt. However, it has also provided her with nerves of Valyrian steel, and she is completely unafraid to face off against warriors as powerful or as intimidating as Jaime Lannister arguably the best sword in the realm , Loras Tyrell a renowned warrior and even Sandor Clegane a physically brutal and extremely intimidating person with an infamous temper.
Bolton reportedly called Giuliani a 'hand grenade' in the Ukraine issue | On Air Videos | Fox News
Perhaps because of this background, Brienne is as awkward in personality as she is in appearance; Catelyn Stark notices that she has none of the easy confidence of some other warrior women. She yearns for respect and acceptance from others, and easily gives her love and loyalty to the few people who treat her with any degree of genuine courtesy. Renly Baratheon, Catelyn Stark, and Jaime Lannister are among those who have won Brienne's friendship and service in this manner. Brienne, much like Ned Stark , is motivated by her own sense of honor and duty, thus seeing most dishonorable acts as unacceptable.
She often faces situations where her honor is eclipsed and opposed by her heart, since she confessed to Jaime that her failure to sway the Blackfish would result in the two of them fighting one another again, saying so in a tone that states outright she doesn't want to fight him - even though she has a considerable chance of defeating him.
She can be headstrong, sarcastic, cynical and judgmental, but she is also honest, straightforward, loyal, and determined. Although she has received extremely poor treatment from most knights, Brienne clings to a naively idealized concept of knighthood. Despite — or perhaps because of — the fact that she has no expectation of ever being recognized by society for her accomplishments and strength of character, she nevertheless strives to live up to the ideal of a true knight at all times.
Brienne adheres to the expectations and guidelines of knighthood almost formally, since she expressed at the climax of her fight with the Hound that she had no wish to kill him which he ignored and continued to fight her , and also carried out the killing of Stannis Baratheon as if it were an official execution, even permitting him any last words. However, she incorrectly cited that Renly was the rightful king, even though he was second to Stannis, but this was done mostly out of personal loyalty.
Evidently, Brienne expressed considerable joy when she was eventually knighted by Jaime prior to the Battle of Winterfell and was applauded by those who had witnessed it. This brought Brienne things she had craved for her entire life: becoming a knight surrounded by genuine companions who fully accepted her. Brienne has proven herself to be one of the strongest fighters in Westeros, albeit the most underrated. In combat, she relies on a combination of her intimidating size, strength, and unrelenting brute force to win most fights.
This unrelenting style is what allowed her to defeat Loras Tyrell and Sandor Clegane, two of the greatest swordsmen in the realm. She could fight three men at the same time, beat two armored soldiers in a confined space and hold her ground against Jaime Lannister. Even after she was presented with a prominent disadvantage, such as being disarmed, she would resort brutally to continue fighting, shown when she proceeded to fight the Hound even after he'd ridden her of her sword. Jaime confessed that he considered her a good fighter, even before they became friends.
Brienne of Tarth is extremely noble and humble at all times, as evidenced by her confessing at several points that she was not a knight, and at one point not even a lady - even though she was inevitably a lady of Tarth as the only daughter of Lord Selwyn Tarth. This was probably motivated by her self-induced belief that she was inferior to the standards of a true knight, given that she has faced being underrated and underappreciated for her appearance and gender her whole life.
The irony of the entire situation is that she exemplifies the qualities of a true knight: She is a strong and skilled fighter, is merciful and compassionate, unshakably loyal and determined, and takes her duties as a warrior sworn to a higher authority extremely seriously. The only reason she isn't viewed as such by the people of the Seven Kingdoms is because she is a woman.