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‘A real life story’: Inside the ‘A Real Life Story’ of ‘A Great Big, Awesome, Big Deal’ with the Trump administration

‘A real life story’: Inside the ‘A Real Life Story’ of ‘A Great Big, Awesome, Big Deal’ with the Trump administration

CBS News correspondent Jim Avila has a lot to say about the President’s decision to order the raid on a U.S. facility in Yemen.

It’s a story he says has a real life “a real life” in its aftermath, and a story of a man and his family facing death threats and losing everything.

I have a couple of questions that you may want to ask me about.

First, how did you first get involved in the story?

A. I actually met with the family of the young woman who was the subject of the raid at the Trump National Golf Club, a couple hours after it happened, and the first thing I said to her was I wanted to see the photo of her.

And she said, well, my mom was killed in the raid.

I said, oh, I’ll see you at the golf course, but I want to see this photo of you because I really care about this family.

And I went there.

And when I walked in the door, she was still there, she still had her phone in her hand.

And then I met with her mother.

And we talked about her, and we got to know her, talked to her family, talked about the raid itself, and then she said to me, well I really like your book.

And it was about a year and a half ago.

And so I wrote a book about her.


But how did that affect your reporting?

A [laughs] I don’t think it affected my reporting at all.

I think what it did is it gave me an opportunity to kind of get to know this family and how they were feeling and how we felt about it.

And that was what really really made me want to go and cover this story.

And the second thing that I found out is that the story was actually about the U.N. team in Yemen working with the U,S.

government and Saudi Arabia.

It was about the work of the United Nations, but the real story of how the U.,S.

and the Saudi government are trying to do something very different in Yemen was the work done by the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebels.

So I had a lot of time with the Yemeni president, with the Saudi ambassador, with their foreign minister, and with the chief of staff.

And really that was the reason why I wrote the book, was to talk to this family about their experiences and how the war was unfolding and what was going on in Yemen and what they were experiencing.

And if you want to read the book and learn more about the story, you can read it on Amazon or at the Washington Post.


You’ve talked about this story in some of your books and you’ve also done interviews with people who were involved in it, but how much did you learn from those interviews?

A Yes, I learned a lot from the interviews with the people who are talking about this and the people that are going to be testifying.

And also, you know, you’re not just talking to the president.

You’re talking to people from the State Department, from the White House, from every level of the government.

And there was an element of that because people were talking about what had happened and what had not happened and there were people in the government who were in an uproar, who were worried about what was happening.

And you also learn about the fact that the Houthis, they were not a party to the war.

They weren’t part of the Houthiyya movement that led the war against the Houths.

They were not part of any coalition with the Houthists.

So they were part of this coalition, but they were also part of an Iranian-backed movement that was fighting the Houthist rebels.

And they had this Iranian-funded military force in the south.

And this was the first time that I had actually had this conversation with the head of this intelligence organization.

And in the course of talking with him, he also said that they were a part of a coalition.

So this is not the first coalition that they had been part of.

And, of course, you have the Russians, the Iranians, and some of the others that were involved.

And what I learned from these interviews is that these people had been in Yemen for years, and they had seen this war unfold before it really began.

So the idea that these civilians and the military were all suddenly going to have this mission, they had not really done anything else before, they just happened to be the ones who were part, not a part, of this.

And as I said in the book the fact is they weren’t actually fighting in the war, they weren