35 Burst results for "$2 Trillion"

McConnell's New Omnibus Bill Has $45 Billion for Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | Last month

McConnell's New Omnibus Bill Has $45 Billion for Ukraine

"So there is a $2 trillion omnibus bill. That can not be passed without Republican support. Can not happen. Now, we've already sent over one hundred $1 billion to Ukraine. I just got to brag on this show a little bit. Our production team, our guests, we have been warning about Ukraine and this being a waste of money and a waste of time since the very beginning. And now they want to spend another $45 billion. Where's this money going? Where are the weapons going? Is it being audited? The answer is no. We are doing direct bank transfers into the treasury of Ukraine. And as I mentioned, the uppity foreigner, the international welfare queen that can't be bothered to put on a suit and tie. I don't know. Let me just make sure I get this right. Is zelensky wearing a suit and tie today? I don't know, he's probably wearing the fetterman look.

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Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

"About the, I mean, I'm a big deficit hawk. I'm a debt hawk. I actually think deficits and debts matter. I know I'm old fashioned in that way. It's been my most unpopular policy crusade ever. And most unsuccessful policy crusade, I should say, but that's fine. Because I talk about it a lot and people just roll their eyes. But this is a massive issue. I mean, we're talking about the destruction of our currency, our national security, walk our audience through the enormity of this issue. Thanks, Charlie. I think people don't fully recognize what's about to hit us right now with deficits and debt. President Biden said he's going to reduce deficits. He's actually signed legislation adding 4.8 $1 trillion to ten year deficits already. So we're already looking at deficits that are going to be heading back towards $2 trillion by the end of the decade. The 30 year numbers are scarier. The congressional budget office projects a 114 $1 trillion in deficits over the next 30 years, a 114 trillion. And that assumes no spending heights, it assumes the Trump tax cuts expire, no wars, no recessions, and most importantly, it assumes interest rates don't rise. And as you know, interest rates have been drastically rising. So we are looking at debt levels that could get so high that it'll be nothing we've seen anywhere else. Again, we're looking at over a $100 trillion in baseline deficits over the next three decades.

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How to Fight Inflation by Cutting Spending

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 4 months ago

How to Fight Inflation by Cutting Spending

"Leader soon to be speaker McCarthy. I want to get to politics, but first I got to talk to you about the big the hard to make it happen. Got to cut spending because inflation has been part driven by fiscal excess. We've got to cut regulations in most places and yet big tech has to be brought under control. How do you get the trifecta? Cut spending cut regulations get big tech under control with meaningful oversight regulation. Those are very good points and those are key elements of an economy that's strong. You know, people will tell you how did this inflation begin? Well, it was the American rescue plan with Democrats voted with this $2 trillion. They've spent more than any other Congress. We have to curve this spending. We have to eliminate many things of what they've wasting money on. We need to be able to pull back money that's just sitting there that's been wasted through the process. It'll be easier if we get the majority in the Senate, which I believe we can through the appropriation process together. Remember the roles of Congress. Now, president will still be in The White House, but I believe we could really start to put ourselves on a path to a balanced budget. And that's what we need to do.

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Why Is There No Oversight on College Tuition Costs & Budgets?

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 5 months ago

Why Is There No Oversight on College Tuition Costs & Budgets?

"And so now we have this student loan issue That your grandkids are going to have to pay for That their children and their grandchildren are going ahead to pay for The total debt For colleges and universities that is the total load of the loans Is over $1.2 trillion It's actually now closer to $2 trillion And for what As a result of this massive subsidizing of colleges and universities they get bigger and bigger and more and more facilities and pools and soccer fields and football fields new buildings new libraries Overpaid tenured professors who may be teaching one course a week It gets more and more bloated and bloated and bloated And there's no oversight Why I talk about this in American Marxism and in plundering the seat There's no oversight Mainly because these are indoctrination mills for the left These professors are protected There is no academic freedom for those who disagree There's no free speech on college campuses These are indoctrination mills This is what John do we want it A hundred years ago and this is what you got And now they're doing the same thing at all levels of education

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Andy Puzder Explains How Biden Caused the Inflation Crisis

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Andy Puzder Explains How Biden Caused the Inflation Crisis

"Andy, last night, Lee and Garrett and yesterday, Dwayne and I were coming back from lunch and then Uber, driven by Ali. And all he's a great black guy who is getting on my case. He's seen me on MSNBC and NBC, and I don't think he watches Fox. And all he says, do you really think Joe Biden causes inflation? I said, they spent $2 trillion that we didn't need to spend. Of course they did. And then they added on the infrastructure Bill. Of course they caused inflation. I don't know who they want to blame Putin. What do you think of that argument? Well, the argument that Biden didn't cause this is ridiculous. Larry summers came out, who was the Larry summers isn't like some far right Republican. You know, he's not going to be having lunch with you and Andy. This is a guy from Harvard who was secretary of treasury under Clinton. He ran the council of economic advisers for president Obama. He came out before they passed this $1.9 trillion bill and said, do not pass this bill. He came out in The Washington Post with an article that said, this will ignite inflation. You're going to end up with hyperinflation if you pass that. They pass it, and it ignited hyperinflation. Jason fuhrman, another leftist economist, said the same thing. Steve ratner, who was an Obama economist, said the same thing. Do not do not do this spending bill. They did it anyway. It ignited inflation, and it caused the current problems we're having. You know, look, if demand is way up and the fed's trying to bring demand down, don't spend money. What you could do, what you couldn't do to support the fed's efforts is try and increase supply. Because if supply and demand meet, it doesn't matter how high demand is. If we have enough supply to meet it, there's no inflation. That was the case under president Trump. Plenty of supply, plenty of demand. Now we've got this excessive demand and limited supply. Encourage the supply side. Reduce regulation. So businesses want to produce. This is the key to the key.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A new book says treasury secretary Janet Yellen initially wanted the Biden administration to scale back the nearly $2 trillion American rescue plan because of concern it could be inflationary We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini a new Yellen biography says the treasury secretary wanted Biden officials to cut the $1.9 trillion pandemic era packaged by a third because according to Owen ullman's biography empathy economics too much government money flooding into the economy too quickly could overheat the economy and trigger an inflation The treasury secretary though has issued a statement about the book saying she never urged adoption of a smaller package And she says the economy risked a downturn that could have been as disastrous as The Great Depression Yellen ended up endorsing the full package publicly to members of Congress at the time She said this past week she was wrong when she thought inflation would end up just being transitory Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini Saudi Arabia raised oil prices for its biggest market of Asia by more than expected this as the region's main economies ease coronavirus restrictions helping to boost demand The increase for July shipments resumes hikes that started back in February and were only broken when state producer Saudi Aramco cut prices from record levels a month ago New Jersey is moving to ban menthol cigarettes the state's assembly health committee approved a controversial bill that would prohibit the sale of flavored cigarettes and electronic smoking devices There was an opposition to the band say cigarette sales would shift to other states which happened in Massachusetts New Jersey banned most cigarette flavors back in 2008 but did make an exception back then for menthol and for clove flavors Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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Joe Biden Campaigned as a Moderate; Governs as a Progressive

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Joe Biden Campaigned as a Moderate; Governs as a Progressive

"Senator Portman, the rules I've always operated under with W and with former president Trump is that if you go to talk to him, you never tell people what they say, but it's okay for you to say what you say. So what did you tell the president? Well, first of all, you learned that rule when you worked in The White House and I learned it too. We were both to associate counsel to the president and when you're in the Oval Office, you don't say what they say you. But I can tell you what I've said to him consistent to him consistently, which is you have an opportunity here. As you know, I said it relation to the COVID relief when they end up going with their own legislation going it alone and spending almost $2 trillion, the largest legislation ever passed. I went down there to The White House with other Republicans who were willing to work with them and said, we can come up with something here that makes sense that doesn't break the bank that focuses just on COVID. Most of that 2 trillion, by the way, did not focus on COVID. And as a result, as you know, we have this 40 year high in inflation. We have an economy that's struggling because people's wages aren't keeping up with that inflation. And so that's an example. Energy is another example. So I'm Frank with him when I talk to him about an opportunity for us to do what he said he wanted to do during his campaign. Recall, he ran as the moderate. It was Bernie Sanders, who was the progressive, and yet respects his campaigning like Bernie Sanders, he's governing like Bernie Sanders after having campaigned as someone who wanted to reach across the island, get some things done.

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Sen. Joe Manchin Says No to $2 Trillion 'Build Back Better' Bill: 'I Can’t Vote for It'

The Larry Elder Show

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Joe Manchin Says No to $2 Trillion 'Build Back Better' Bill: 'I Can’t Vote for It'

"Vote for the so called Bill Beck better Bill. I'm an explain it to the people in West Virginia. I can't vote for it. And I can not vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can't. I've tried everything humanly possible. I can't get there. You're done. This is a no. This is a no. On this legislation, I have tried everything I know to do. And the president has worked diligently. He's been wonderful to work with. He knows I've had concerns and the problems I've had. And of course, the Democrats and the media by medium talking about CNN, MSNBC haw, that I watched that you don't have to, their hair on fire. Oh my God. It's cataclysmic. I told you before. They're going to pass something. It won't have all this hair on it, but they'll pass something. Now, does it ever occur to people on the left? And I know some of you on the left are listening to my program because you think I'm fair and I am fair. Does it ever occur to

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

"I went down to the basement there's a lot of bang Everything went quiet and dark and come out and garage is gone And it rip us off those CBS News brief I'm Monica Rick Two 32 In our fears this morning president Joe Biden's $2 trillion social spending plan will not get a Senate vote until at least next year And this statement our nation's leader says this morning it takes time to finalize these agreements prepare the legislative changes and finish all the parliamentary and procedural steps needed to enable a Senate vote Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill this morning Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer had repeatedly called for a vote on the build back better plan before Christmas But while work continues on the bill Democrats are pointing to the need to address another issue Protecting the right to vote and safeguarding our elections The shift comes in the midst of an impasse over the president's spending plan with West Virginia senator Joe Manchin who remains concerned about its costs Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is pleased with the lack of progress The best Christmas gift Washington could give working families would be putting this bad Bill on ice On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news In the meantime sources telling the AP Associated Press this morning that Senate Democrats have suffered a setback in their bid to offer legislation to help immigrants The Senate parliamentarian has dealt a blow to an effort by congressional Democrats to allow millions of immigrants to temporarily remain in the United States on a legal basis People informed of the decision tell the AP Elizabeth macdonough the Senate's nonpartisan arbiter of rules says the Democrats proposal should be dropped from the ten year $2 trillion package championed by president Joe Biden It's the third time since September The McDonough has said the proposal would violate Senate rules The proposal would allow an estimated 6.5 million immigrants who have been in the United States since at least 2010 without legal authorization to apply for up to two 5 year work permits Mike Gracia Washington Opinion is time now two 34 In the tech world we turn now you may have been hearing a lot lately about a dangerous new cyber threat called log four J it's an apparent critical flaw in widely used.

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Democrats' $2 Trillion Package Stalls as Manchin Talks Bog Down

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats' $2 Trillion Package Stalls as Manchin Talks Bog Down

"Mike Mike Rossi Rossi are are reporting reporting an an AP AP source source says says president president Biden Biden and and senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin are are sharply sharply divided divided over over the the Democrats Democrats two two trillion trillion dollar dollar bill bill the the fate fate of of the the Democrats Democrats huge huge social social and and environment environment built built is is very very much much in in question question with with a a source source telling telling the the Associated Associated Press Press president president Joe Joe Biden Biden and and senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin are are sharply sharply divided divided over over elements elements of of the the package package mansion mansion is is said said to to be be pushing pushing to to erase erase and and improved improved child child tax tax credit credit from from the the measure measure but but when when questioned questioned by by reporters reporters Wednesday Wednesday mansion mansion was was testing testing I'm I'm not not opposed opposed to to child child meantime meantime

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Mark Levin: Sen. Mitch McConnell Did Something Democrats Would Never Do for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin: Sen. Mitch McConnell Did Something Democrats Would Never Do for Republicans

"So what did Mitch McConnell do He had a problem He broke his first promise And supported a continuing resolution But then he says But at the credit of the United States there you know He decides to grease the skits to pave the way For Schumer Biden Pelosi and the Democrats To raise the dead cell Which they just did by $2 trillion Without a single Republican vote On the issue of raising the debt seal because what McConnell has done is worse than Schumer Believe it or not it's worse than Schumer What he's done he's had a couple of procedural votes in which he and 13 other Senate Republicans Many of whom are not running for reelection Or were just reelected and don't expect That you'll remember this I remember everything They had a few procedural votes that temporarily suspended the filibuster They did for the Democrats with the Democrats couldn't do for themselves And would never do for us They temporarily suspended the

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You today Thanks for doing this Great to be here in person Google just hit a $2 trillion market cap Alphabet I should say Where is the next $1 trillion going to come from You know I've always felt your market cap valuation as an effect of the value you provide And I feel fortunate our mission is timeless There is more need to organize information than ever before I still feel searches our biggest moonshot as a company People will want radically more conversational experiences They will want what we call multimodal experiences They may speak to search They may look at something and ask what the information is Being able to adapt to all that and evolves search will continue to be the biggest opportunity We are so excited about YouTube cloud our hardware products Google Play So we're building a diverse set of businesses And underlying all of it is the investments we are making in AI We invested $100 billion in R and D in the past 5 years And so applying AI in a deep way is probably where we will create the biggest opportunity ahead Microsoft is making some big acquisitions Apple's anti ad tracking technology is shaking up the industry What do you make of these competitive moves Your competitors say they're on the right side of history Are they I look at the fact that there are 3 billion people who have access to knowledge of their fingertips I look at the opportunity we provide I look at the skills people are learning through YouTube You know I feel like everywhere when I go talk to people and providing access to information and knowledge I think we'll end up being on the right side of history as well Your predecessor Eric Schmidt told me that he feels the latest Facebook revelations are disturbing Google also has access to massive amounts of our data Why should half the world's population More than half the world's population trust Google to do the right thing We are trying to do more with less data on one of the biggest changes we made was making auto delete the default setting for new users signing in And now over 2 billion users have the data continuously being deleted Look we rely on trust for people every day when people come to Google They place their trust in us and vulnerable moments Maybe a health issue in which they are trying to understand there's no more important responsibility we have than doing right by the trust When we provide Gmail to journalists and realize that there are accounts maybe under attack by an authoritarian government that's what motivates us to make sure we privacy with security be trust We are doing the right thing Over time regulation will have an important role to play here I think privacy regulation is important in areas like AI regulation will be important And so I think those will be part of the answers as well The Facebook fallout that Instagram can be toxic to teens for example has this raise more or new concerns for you about the impact of technology tech addiction algorithms YouTube even on our children and their development and their mental health I mean you're a parent and you also have a lot of power over how this plays out You know I mean like you know bringing kids up in this modern digital world is something I think all parents are anxious about rightfully so I think it's part of why a few years ago when in YouTube we were exposed to a set of concerns We invested it became our number one priority to work harder The reason YouTube invested so much in developing YouTube kids as a safe destination for young children so on The technology is going to play a big role in helping give children the next wave of opportunity as well So the answer is to develop it responsibly We have changed our balance in these areas and saying we think about content responsibility First and then the pace of development or new features in areas like YouTube And so that's how we approach it for a while Facebook and Microsoft are all in on the metaverse What do you think about the metaverse What's Google's metaphors strategy It's always been obvious to me that computing over time will adapt to people and people adapting to computers You won't always interact with computing in a black rectangle in front of you So just like you speak to people you see and interact Computers will become more immersive They'll be there when you need it to be So always being excited about the future of immersive computing ambient computing AR And we are in that count as the metaverse Is that what that is Metaphors is I think it means different things to different people The way I think about it is evolving computing in an immersive way with augmented reality as part of that there will be many experiences some of which will be immersed in virtual worlds which is just a matter of concept and but I think this doesn't belong to any company This is the evolution of Internet and the web the Internet all of it will continue to evolve Google was famous for its campuses where you could go and never leave You had everything you ever wanted Now you've said they can be flexible they can work from home they can work The office they can be hybrid they can work remotely permanently perhaps Are you committed to really letting them do this forever And if so how does that change the future of work and society Look we have really embraced the fact that the future is going to be flexible At Google we've always tried to give agency to our employees But we do realize the importance of bringing people together the creativity community and collaboration that comes with it So the balance we are striking is this notion of three two and what we are giving the strength of our company is we have more locations than most of the companies.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

"Congressman Jordan the original purpose of the reconciliation process was that both chambers and both parties would have to get together and work out their differences on spending Yeah It wasn't and it was set up originally by bob by Robert Berg for that specific purpose And one of his former aides said if he knew that it was going to be used for this he would never have supported it So they've completely perverted this process Have they not They have but what else have they perverted I mean what else have they done wrong What other rights in precedent happened they attacked and broken So this is this is just the nature of today's left and what they're up What they're up to But yeah yeah And Joe Biden had the gall to say Joe Biden had the gall to say that this bill $2 trillion was going to help inflation for good to say So yeah I mean this is today's left This is today's Democrat party that just keeps doing more and more harm to America

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House Republicans Unify Against Biden's $2 Trillion Social-Spending Bill

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

House Republicans Unify Against Biden's $2 Trillion Social-Spending Bill

"Hey, the Republicans, a unified in the house, thank goodness, no Republican defections this time around. On this massive spending monstrosity that the Democrats are trying to advance, they weren't unified on the Democrats side, at least one Democrat defected. Congressman from Maine, so credit to him, at least the Democrats I mean at least the Republicans finally held

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House Passes Biden's $2 Trillion Build Back Better Package

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

House Passes Biden's $2 Trillion Build Back Better Package

"The House Democrats narrowly passed Biden's socialism monstrosity moments ago over unified Republican opposition. One Democrat defected from Maine, the 220 to 213 vote followed months of negotiations. There are people in the Senate who say that this bill is dead on arrival at the U.S. Senate. It doesn't have any chance of passing in the Senate. We shall see. I sure hope and pray that we have a shot at the set in the Senate of stopping this

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Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

The Dan Bongino Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the

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Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan

"With the clock ticking toward a self imposed deadline the White House is offering to shift off a key component of how to pay for president Joe Biden's two trillion dollar social services and climate package the White House is prepared to keep the corporate tax rate at twenty one percent shelving a hike to twenty six point five percent favored by many Democrats for companies earning more than five billion dollars a year instead there would be a new tax on gains of those with more than one billion dollars in assets in his hometown of Scranton Pennsylvania Wednesday Biden was sounding confident this is been declared dead on arrival from the moment I introduced but I think we're going to surprise them but the clock is ticking democratic leaders in Congress want agreement by week's end Mike Rossio Washington

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One at 1.5 alone, Peter. That was your vacation. It was good. It was two weeks ago, but it was guys. Big Um, you know, I have to have a colonoscopy and I still had to have a covid does. And I'm back to that. I don't want to know where they took the test. That's okay. I got it. Thank you for calling New Jersey One on 1.5 Keep me up to date. See this is it? This is there's a bond that you know you feel between the talk host and his audience. You know, when the listeners want to call in to tell you about their medical procedures, that's when you know you have a tight bond dreams Bond. Pete isn't Lakewood under Jersey one at 1.5. Ft. I am. Let me just say, first off. I support you 100% on that covid vaccination. Thanks. Okay about Afghanistan for a minute. If I could have a minute, you got a minute? Okay? 20 years training Afghan military $2 trillion equipping and Afghan military. And they melt away in one week. Now, where is the accountability for Congress? As far as hey, What's going on guys with this war? Where is the accountability with the president? Commander in chief over 20 years. Hey, guys, how we doing in this war? That an army that we trained with sophisticated technology melts away the week Do you seriously think those guys just melted away? What do you think? Maybe you just armed the Taliban and all our technology and our military techniques. No kidding. Thank you. Call the New Jersey one on 1.5 Chris's in Cranford, New Jersey, one at 1.5, Chris. Steve. How you doing? Good. How are you? Good. Uh, just wanted to correct you on a couple of one thing. I just heard you talk about the vaccine, You're vaccinated, and that's fine. Personal choice. But Over there is not a disease virus virus. Correct. You were you were claiming that it was a disease. No, I've been saying if you listen to Chris, if you listen to the show, In fact, I'll tell you how we say it. That Irish. You've never heard me say that. I always say it's you got to worry about Dive Irish. Yeah. Yeah, listen. Everybody's everybody's entitled to their own choice. As far as when it comes to this. See, that's the thing, Chris. You get that they don't Continue on. I'm sorry to interrupt you because they're cornering people. They're trying to corner everybody because the government doesn't like the fact that they put this virus. I mean, put this vaccine out, and people are refusing to take it now. Just because you take it. It doesn't Prevent you from getting the virus 99.88% chance. If you get the vaccine, according to the numbers there we may have. They've shown us that you're not as an engine 115 dot com that you're not going to get the virus. So if you're telling me if I take this vaccine is a 19 1st of all. If I get covid, there's a 99% chance that is going to happen. But if I get covid, and if I take the vaccine, and there's a 99.88% chance that I'm not going to get the virus What are the odds that I'm going to pass? First of all that? I'm gonna get it, Which is miniscule less than 1%. And then I'm going to pass it to someone else who has taken a vaccine who was a 99.88% chance of getting it? Correct. That's fine. I don't know where I don't know what study or with information. They're pulling that from, but there also is a national, but there's also natural immunity as well. Right which we evolved on. Between what happened to uh uh, swine flu. That was a big That was a big scare. You know that back quite about 15 years ago. Swine flu, then The next the next, uh, virus that came along with SARS. Mhm now, which is basically what this is. Chris, I gotta hit the traffic..

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Thousands Flee Another Lost American War

The Splendid Table

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Thousands Flee Another Lost American War

"Years after countless deaths and $2 trillion in spending, Afghanistan is back in the hands of the Taliban. Many people are remembering the fall of Saigon in 1975, but this week's rapid fall of Kabul has brought its own unforgettable images now seared into our memories. Okay. There was this girl. Yeah, you know that thousands of Afghans flooding into the Kabul airport desperate to flee. Gut wrenching scenes of crowds of people running alongside and clinging onto an American military plane as he gathered speed across the runway and that video that went viral of bodies falling off the plane and plummeting through the air seconds after it took off. This is how it ended. Mission in Afghanistan was never supposed to been nation building. It was never supposed to be created. A unified centralized democracy are only vital national interest in Afghanistan remains today. What has always been Preventing and a terrorist attack on American homeland. But when President George W. Bush ordered the invasion of Afghanistan, where the Taliban had been harboring Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda had a very different vision about the U. S mission in America, not only fights for our security But we fight for the values we hold dear. We strongly reject The Taliban way. We strongly reject their brutality toward women and Children. He promised the US would defeat the Taliban and help rebuild a stable and peaceful country. American or allies. What? We'll do our part in the rebuilding of Afghanistan. We learned our lessons from the past. We will not leave until the mission. It's complete. Some Afghans took that promise to heart.

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Amazon Begins New Chapter as Bezos Hands Over CEO Role

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Begins New Chapter as Bezos Hands Over CEO Role

"Is a changing of the guard today at Amazon billionaire founder Jeff Bezos is turning over the reins of his sprawling empire to Andy Jassy. Bastos has done a lot with his company he started. Amazon is an online bookstore more than 20 years ago, and now it's uh, nearly $2 trillion Internet behemoth. Even though he won't be CEO anymore, Bezos will still have a lot to say. In his new role as executive chair in February, the company said he would be doing this to spend more time with his space company, Blue Origin and The Washington Post, which he owns. Bezoza is also interested in more philanthropy.

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U.S. Senate Candidate Sean Parnell on the Dangers of Rising Inflation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Sean Parnell on the Dangers of Rising Inflation

"To survive. I mean, I like the fact that you, you know you, you tweet and put on your social media accounts stuff about this the inflation How bad do you think this is going to get if we don't get a lid on this soon? Number one and number two, You know if elected to the Senate, you know. Are you going to focus like a laser on this debt problem? It's first of all our debt and deficit issues are going to be are going to be if if not already the greatest leadership challenge of our time. I think, just in 2021, we're projecting a $2.3 trillion deficit. That's cataclysmic, that that is unbelievably bad and ultimately something that our Children are going to have to pay for. But you look at what the economic climate in this country right we have. Joe Biden, just in the first few months of his presidency is infused over $2 trillion of cash into this economy. All all while there's been what two maybe, and I think there will be three months of lackluster job growth in this country. At the same time, inflation continues to go through the roof. You see that reflected in the price of of our commodities. Everything is more expensive. But ultimately as you as you mentioned Dan, Inflation is a tax on everybody, right if if you if you are printing cash You make our dollar weaker. And if our dollar is weaker, consumer has less purchasing power, not $2 million, worth less so, especially for seniors who are on a fixed income. This is really bad problems. This is a really bad problem. It is born out of reckless spending, and we have to. I mean, we have to do something about our leaders had to get serious about.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

"Microsoft. You make one of the. Most exciting thing about antitrust is at its oxygenating for the environment and when i said environment i mean the business environment and we're about to see a massive amount of innovation in categories where there was a dearth of startups because people saw monopoly power. In that is we're gonna see there hasn't been a social network of any size in american launch. Since two thousand eleven that was pinterest in the next twenty four months we'll see two or three new viable robust startups and social media. We're going to see new hardware companies. We're going to see new search engines. We already see subscription search engine neva. We're gonna see new ad tech platforms companies and their backers are gonna say are going to believe that it's a credible threat that these comes out to be broken up an antitrust is coming mean even one of the reasons i invested in. Neiva is the best reason you wouldn't invest. It's like okay. Let's assume it works. Let's say let's assume people are concerned about privacy want subscription search but but google can just go. Hey let's take a thousand engineers in a billion dollars now. Let's put him out of business and guess what they can't do that. Now yuccas the antitrust cops are on the beat for the first time we held. And so you're going to start to see more funding and more. Ma of there's going to be more funding more new startups more in the attack. Social media search even computer hardware space the next twenty four months and it's going to be evidence of how what a key component of capitalism competitions and we're all going to look back and think why the hell did we not break up these guys sooner. I don't know. I got us going to push back the empires go strike back. I think i think they are. I do. I think that we you know pit were around with a or on the axle of politics. That's going to mess up. This whole thing is going on on every bill in the senate like this is to their advantage and they also they also are liked by people. It's going to be much harder road to get to bring these people down in the way that it's already impacting business. Even even if there's an interesting thing in that has a lot of people will argue that the valium. Anti-trust isn't actually antitrust action. It's in the scrutiny. And the fact that right now. Google facebook and apple. Aren't they're being very careful right now. It's already having an impact on the system. That is a fair point. That is a fair point. One hundred all right. We'll see what goes on. I think one of the things you mentioned last week Lena con Being hindered only by courts and actually there was a bloomberg story. Saying exactly the thing. Is that really. What's going to happen as as happened in europe. And also rose these peop- these companies go to court and they win because of more. Conservative justices Jurors jurists and. So that's really where the problem is. You know what. I mean ultimately They're gonna win elsewhere. It's gonna be a long slog and eventually the those with money and means often win so we'll see where it goes. But i knew that story because you just mentioned it off the top of your head because you're brilliant have really robust social network peleton. You keep saying that i'm gonna passion the passion and the demographic there in engagement. I think they could start a fi- like i think. Knee social media platforms are gonna start to emerge and i think taliban's gonna start streams streaming networks. Sort of like old cable cup coming back anyway. That's very good prediction. We'll see where it goes. We're going to be falling that legislation very closely. And i like your ears is a little like. Here's more years. Is that tiktok. And microsoft will talk about their bene- for their bene- jennifer thinking about great you happy about that jennifer lopez and ben affleck for those who are not paying attention. And i don't want to or is that their publicist for nine of the whole thing going on no. I don't think they're that cynical. Come on like they both been through the wringer especially him right. He's like he is after round of drinking better hair. I would like to roll jon. I would like to roll. Ben affleck and ails before that beautiful actress anyway. He Forgotten so anyway. I'm very happy. I don't care if it's fake i like it. I like the benef- allies commitment. Conway's angel investor things. He wants cars around. Remember just sitting there typing. I'm going jesus chris. How did this guy gets a looking good looking there. Are people good looking. Yeah he's very handsome him. And darren matt damon around the tech sector for a short amount of time. So i don't with them quite a bit did they didn't work out for in any case They were trying to do all these different online things online. In james denied ashton kutcher was in that one oh action i try to contribute new celebrities. We are get celebrities calling you talking about talk now just you. I really don't. I don't anyway quietly from my dream is to control a jewish professor with the mcafee. We gotta go. We gotta go things to do. I've got to roll back. I knew right rest right a little bit of like it a little bit of not had mental issues and we should all be feel bad about what happened to him anyway. don't forget if it again dallas. Good that was. that's why i make forty fifty bucks an hour. I just wanted to wearing a cheerleader outfit. While you do that anyway..

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

"God. You've got keith. lee be a mail. You've got mail aloe scott. It's here in american kiwi calling from auckland new zealand. I love what he does have to say about. Climate change i love. You both acknowledged the climate crisis. But i have been noticing that even though you talk at it a very occasionally on the show you don't give climate a lot of space on the show. You definitely not mentioned of course as much as kovin however we are starting to get reports in the climate crisis is of course gonna cost much more than covid has caused much more disruption and your recent g. seven you talked about the tax treaty but not about the impacts of g seven countries fossil fuel companies putting in gas projects in the global south booking them into more fossil fuels. We'd love to hear more if a lot of different. Yes i do this mark. That is not true. I've interviewed not just bill gates about this. I've discussed about his book. I've done several columns about the climate crisis and discussed it a lot about where the we should talk more about it. Here would the cool companies. That are moving forward whether it's carbon capture whether it's all kinds of interventions even space travel is part of that the idea of moving ourselves off this planet because of the dangers of climate crisis at chart food. People i've done interviews. I talk a lot about it in more substantive and we should do that here. Just like with gaming scott is right. This is an area that is going to be both an opportunity and a real potential for huge economic discussion destruction. Over the years. Whether you're thinking about you know. I happen to be in coastal rhode island. And they're talking about the idea of these hurricane coming through in devastating these areas in covering them up and the the amount of That's just one place. And i think we know miami whether scots down in florida. It's a big issue. You know people are going to start to think about this. This idea of getting two zero carbon emissions is critically important and the fact that our government's keep slow rolling. This it doesn't really matter. The earth is going to do what it wants in some level but i think it's really I think the cost of damage of climate change is is being compared to covid is massive like massive massive and the deaths that are going to be the ultimate massive. I think we'll probably not gonna see it as much in developed countries because they can protect themselves and we don't mind people unfortunately the when people die and other places that we don't pay attention to nobody pays attention to them so anyway so this one thing which we did talk about was gary gansler adding climate report cards for companies The tech companies are leading the way with renewable amazon announced. It's gonna by renewable energy sources. Cover the company's activities. You know all these off. they've been doing offsets. That's just the beginning. Step so scott. What do you think. I think it's going to be an important part of corporate corporate speaking to the public correct and not just you know virtue signal. Yeah i mean. I was looking at about big tax. It's much easier for someone in a digital business. A software business to be very indignant about climate change vs someone. that's actually manufacturing is just. It's just a totally different. I look it's great that they're taking it on Something that has made me much more environmentally aware as cova specifically when emissions dropped by something like twenty or thirty percent in the first twelve weeks of the pandemic last year there was a noticeable change. In how clear the water was how crisp the air was. And i thought my god. Why wouldn't we decide. This is the new normal. It just on selfishly. I wasn't even thinking about all the devastation of weather events but just selfishly going out to eat. Think about how housing prices housing prices have accelerated eleven percent or thirteen percent quarter-on-quarter. We spend millions of dollars. It is such an incredible lift for each of us in our families to get into a nice home. Housing has become so expensive one own in the us. Why wouldn't we. All of us may make a somewhat a fraction of the financial effort and focus on making our backyard exceptional. I'm just so blown away by how Beautiful my backyard. When i say my backyard. I mean the sealand in the sky and also the reason. I don't talk about it. A lot is there are certain categories that are so important That if you don't have domain expertise and this is how i am sort of evolving person. You shut the fuck up. And the reality is i don't really have a lotta neumann expertise and whenever you say anything including anything i said here. There's a religious fervor around us it topic and people come up you. It's it's impossible to say anything doesn't that doesn't piss people off and especially if you don't have domain expertise here so my good friend. Bob markowitz echo. America He he really he said something. And again i bring everything back to. Maybe when you're talking about the power this stuff. And i just don't lenses how i've come to embrace the outdoors when my one of my sons was struggling. He said i need to get him outside. It's one of the most restored if things you can do anyways. The bottom line is. I'm trying to be more thoughtful about this stuff because i realized not only not only important climate changes but just how wonderful You know the outdoors is a adds a great endorsement but anyways i a huge topic. I don't think either of us don't feel don't feel aren't supporters of it were just are are recognize the problem here. It's just It's just it's best when you don't really interesting. We kind of interesting exercise for you to look at where are the investment opportunities. Because i you know. I i wrote something mccollum last year and i said the world's first trillionaire speaking trillionaires we'll be a climate change technologists and i made that up. I just made it up. I was just trying to say like this is an area of great economic opportunity to try to make to figure these things out behind just mitigation which is carbon capture. And everything else. But we're we're is the real innovation to happen in smart manufacturing and smart smart homebuilding smart food making. There's so much like so much shift that could could happen here. Could just like with electrical beyond coal clean. The you know it's still still dirty world but it's not as dirty as like london used to be felt right so what is the way. What is the way that we can make this an economic opportunity which is a way to spur innovation for a lot of people and that i'd love to like start start thinking about what are the cool companies that are what are what are the companies that are most interesting. What are the what are going to be the biggest companies in our world. 'cause this is gonna whoever dominates this is gonna be a very important player in the next twenty years. Yeah it's one of those things to it. Feels like the weather events or climate change inspired catastrophes whether it's the wildfires in california or rising sea levels whatever it might be feels like. Unfortunately we went from there became so many of them so fast. It's it fills if we hit some sort of tipping point that's becoming a little bit a little bit numb to it but this is something like eighty percent of the wildfires in california happened in the last decade. You know we're gonna go at pivot con in miami. We're going to do a section on this on the interesting thing that the thing. That's so disappointing. Again about something. That's so important is how the hell did this get politicized. Republicans teddy roosevelt. The first grade environmentalist was a republican. Like wenden we all decide. If you're on the left you have to be..

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

"Scott microsoft just hit a two trillion dollar market cap. That makes microsoft is only the second. Us company joined the elite group of being two trillion dollars. After apple. people. Never pay attention to microsoft. Actually microsoft was largely left out of these bills. We just talked about. Megastar reached the two trillion dollar milestone. Just over two years after i passed the one trillion dollar market cap microsoft stock has gained sixty four percent since the pandemic lockdowns. People don't pay as much attention to them. In their power started in united states in march twenty twenty microsoft is also launching. Its new windows eleven this week. Remember how that used to be a big deal. It's back again. We'll have use of medi. The microsoft vice president of modern life search devices. I've known him a long time on the show next week to talk more about the leaps and microsoft. So what do you think you know we. We've talked about such an adult hidden in all the cylinders here quietly so in the background he he was not it. There's a lot they got kind of got out of these bills. That made some changes where it only focuses on amazon apple and facebook and google. So what do you think what do you think. There's there's no getting around it it's It's actually the third company to two trillion. Saudi aramco hit briefly. That there's two things that that i think have pushed over two billion dollars. The first is a business reason. And then non-business business reason in that is they are cloud and i think the not only as cloud but they're kind of to purist play cloud because if you look at amazon you might not guess it's big cloudplayer even even if you look at Google but microsoft cloud trillion dollar club. Not those two volumes on you. They're not did. The question is which of those two will probably be next. I think it'll be amazon but anyways They're firing on all cylinders cloud enterprise software gaming but the other thing that they benefit from enormously. And it can't be underestimated is the likeability such an adela because to be because they haven't been subject was many scandals because we're not worried about Powerpoint weaponising an election or depressing on teens in such adela is really well liked. Microsoft has kinda gone from being darth vader to a wookey in that is just sort of big and powerful and quiet and likable. And i it as a result. This is huge because every time. Facebook google apple or amazon. Thank you know what we're missing a key component of supply chain here of our tech stack. Get the bankers in here here. The five companies would acquire reach out of them. They have to go well. Can we do that. Yeah and we do that whereas microsoft can just full steam ahead on their plan and there's probably acquisitions they've made that much to get out of this thing and they they these new bills they have award mobile in there which microsoft you know failed in the central and so it gets someone was a lobbyist. Was telling me like microsoft has called correctly and not correctly has deftly gotten out of these bills because they're very and another person that doesn't get as much attention not just such as brad smith he was sort of has been books about responsibility and this and that and he he sort of. He's the one that actually convinced gates in bomber to calm the fuck down essentially during that period and And so it's a really interesting because they are incredibly powerful and they do but they managed to slip out of a lot of things. Market cap by the way of amazon is one point seven seven trillion And google is one point. Six seven trillion. So they're getting close. They're getting close soon. Dr pichai got digging this week. A piece in the times about his lack of decision making a lot of executives leaving there and sort of become like an old thing but he's still facing enormous pressures around search. And this and that. So you're right. It's it's a really. So where does microsoft go. They've been doing all this. This really deaf stuff in gaming obviously cloud. They've made some really interesting purchases. The gaming stuff is fascinating. I think people have not paid as much attention to it Obviously windows is still used to be sort of scary. You know tip of the spear really of everything else. But they've they've They've done a lot of stuff that i think has been. They've moved into defense department. They did win that jetty contract over amazon. Although that's now in dispute but which we should ask you about but what do you. what do you imagine. They're going to do next more of the same in an a There are already a leader in the either really strong and mobile computing. It took them thirty three years to get to a trillion and then it just took them about twenty four months to get to two trillion. Yup and i don't know if you've heard but they talk about an exciting enormous contract. They've route one cloud services contract for peacock with ten million users. Ten million new peacock becomes really's exactly you're gonna have to eat your words just going out to you my words by the way they have some good stuff on there. Thank god no one ever. Oh you actually were worried. I'm sorry go ahead. I'm just telling you card. Trevor noah or starship commanders lucar. Which by the way is my halloween outfit fit every year. She's from him once at a dinner. The shays tummies lovely so dreamy he was dreaming and smart in the holocaust was what you would have been sad if he was like. Hey do it like that now. He was totally classes clubs. Bet you think. I am so channeling john mcafee. Today i see that john. We'll talk about this with the usa. Because i think microsoft's really interesting..

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

"Co. All i can think about our prostitutes to kill me and chuck. Todd does two things on my mind. I'm going to go for drinks at chuck. Todd picture from there but go ahead keep going he e. Yeah i do why. We're not even gonna go into that. So yeah the the cohort left out in the cohort that will ultimately push the a lot of this legislation over. The line is business isn't big tech and care if you're laurie al. I don't care for your yelp. You guys and is big as i if the snp. The fang stocks are twenty five percent of the smp. But the other seventy five percent hate that twenty five percent because they have been abused by them they feel they get. They play by a different set of rules. They feel like if they do anything remotely similar them. Antitrust is all over them have laws all over them. They have consumer pushback. And they see these guys upping the rents on them across everything they do. Whether it's key words whether it's selling into amazon you know they see they see tax breaks they get and they're just like they have lobbyists to so it won't be the general public. I think an alliance that will be performed here. The people in the background the rest of business you are. These guys are hurting the economy and the hurting us and joe. We had the world. The disney's the yeah for sure. Why not assign manufacturer is sick of being abused by amazon's buyers Yeah in in wisconsin. You're going to see all. There are small and big businesses. And i talked to these guys getting meals every day from saint you have no idea the level of abuse we are subject because when fifty cents on the dollar is Ecommerce dollars amazon. And you have to be an e commerce. You have to be on amazon and then you have to comply with their increasingly onerous higher ransom what you need to do to stay on amazon and then consumers they do delivered. It's interesting. i got a tweet. Saying i think logistics terrible and i was like no. I literally ordered something. I'm up in a place in rhode island and i ordered and it was a day early here and they. I didn't think it was going to come from five to eight in the morning. The next minute. I ordered it but was here very early on time and the guy delivered a nicer to your day early. He goes yeah we try to stay ahead of the competition i said is there competition and the guy was like not really said this hamsun delivery so funny i was like is there is like now like it was it was it was fascinating like how good there and when you're correct scott you're correct your big business other businesses going to try to fight these businesses but let me just sags tech is here to play and they're gonna pressure every single lawmaker on this and try to water down rather significant very few of these bills are gonna pass at least in this session and we'll just have to see where it goes from there and again the republicans can't give up the just can't quit the idea that they're being discriminated against which they are not there's no evidence evidence farm unbeliev that never let them believe that that's actually that's essentially it's fine just just want david lane kind of said that it's like i don't agree on that but i want them to focus in on the power big tech all right scott. Let's go on a quick break. We'll come back to talk about. Microsoft becoming two trillion dollar company entered that that area and listener mail question. One.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

"You. Ninety is rough. And i think it's incredible to warren buffett has been as i you know i it. He's not only an impressive man. What's incredible is how impressive. He is a ninety. Yeah so far. The fact he's stepping back and doesn't feel the need to get on a plane and go to board meetings four times a year. We're word brother. Well not had dinner with a couple of years ago two years ago and he was very lively. Although you could just see you know. I was like i wonder how elderly just you know. I mean he was definitely slower but then he ate. You know a plate of meat as big as my stuff on my plate. So i felt like all right. Okay like in live lively as can be but definitely. It's an interesting thing. I think it'll be interesting. Where the gates foundation goes with this You know melinda has her own stuff that she's going to be working on and obviously gates. Dedicated is life the gates foundation and both of them have. And so you know working together is going to be especially Looks like a pretty acrimonious divorce. Considering you know doesn't necessarily have to be given there so much money to go around but it doesn't look like a pretty divorce sure. And so it'll be interesting this. The gates foundation has been the most important philanthropy of this. This is a big deal it is. I don't quite know what i don't know anything about it. But it's definitely it's gonna assume it's going to settle out at some point. Be the bill gates foundation essentially But who knows and then they have children and we'll see how involved they are in this older children. I mean are children. I think it's going to be just fine. I think my understanding is it's always had a reputation. I remember meeting patty stonecipher. Like fifteen years ago when she was really impressive woman and she was running at at the time my sense have great management and i think they both have a vested interest in it regardless of what happens between them around them. I think they have a vested interest in making sure that these foundations owned by rich i was offered a job at one of them Someone like a billionaire. Like an. I and i literally said to this. I said i can't work for one billionaire like you know what i mean like. Who knows if you go crazy. Or if you've got a crazy partner or kids like i just don't like it doesn't feel stable to me to be having a kingdom essentially and that's why turn it down. I just was like i can't say no to you. Essentially which was anyway. It was an interesting. We'll see where it goes. I think they've done sound the different but boston. You have an actual person who owns the money like it's a different thing it's the it's a different thing to be able to. That's why a lot of these things happen to these people can't talk to the boss. That's what i'm with. Bill gates at microsoft date certainly something. Yeah i guess. Speaking of power britney spears and her bombshell statement to los angeles judge about ending the conservative ship. Which has been really interesting. The the the new york times did a really interesting video about it. I mean a a documentary as she's been under for thirteen years. She said she's been compelled to work against your will drugged not able to make choices about her physical help. And you know he's got a real contingent of people that are trying to free free brittany a conservative is for people who are in some way incapacitated. She certainly had mental illness issues And but she's been working steadily up until two thousand nineteen when she decided not to work any more. She's it in at odds with her father. As financial conservator gets a salary gets a percentage of any deal see signs for. He hasn't done that will managing her finances. She's worth sixty million dollars for comparison jaylo one hundred and fifty million sold more albums worldwide. Jaylo britney Is paying for both sides and legal battle. It's a really interesting issue. You know i. I actually watch her instagram full of clues and stuff like that. I don't know why i'm compelled by this. This woman who seems like she's definitely got until illness issues. But i feels like she's this is like beyond belief what's happened here with her on the article that was forwarded around its read it. And it's disturbing granite. Felt like you're sort of getting one side of the story. If you bet you reminded me of a test on her side but go ahead. Sorry you a fantastic film. I think it probably just links best film. Your movie called francis back. And i think it had echos that that what happens when the know. The institutions are governments. Fail someone in this situation and it sounds like you know they can even fail people with a lot of money and a lot of power. Yeah but you read a lot of people that guy who are running your stuff to like thing when when you look around you know. This is sort of has has tony. Shay was the same thing we talked about it. When you look around and everyone around you is being paid by you. You've got a real problem. You know what i mean like. You've got a real like you can't get any good advice from anyone. If everyone is your employees on some level or benefits from your working or whatever and i think it's i think it's fascinating refuses to work and you know not making more money but it seems she put up something. That was just lovely about her. Two kids do she and her sons and they look like you know who knows what's going on behind the scenes but it was one of these lovely pictures of our with our kids saying i'm just so proud of and they seem you know who knows what instagram like that but it felt like i just really i mean people make fun of it. It's sort of like talking about the car dash whatever but it is really like you have to go watch the new york times documentary. You're sort of let her out. Dad like what is going on here And it's it's it should be. It's really it should be someday of really big. But she certainly been hindered at the same time. She certainly needs help. an idol. It's fascinating legal story but we have to move out. Britney spears was right. yeah loneliness is killing me. i'm thinking putting absolutely nothing declaring becoming york conservative. Stay in a tiny little room of your giant wine house. I'm we're going to put you under under watch like under this sound as if that would be a new thing. What do you think this podcast. Anyway that's gonna go there out. Judge chip do things the legal right to do this. All right big stories remove on the big stories house. Judiciary committee is considering a package of sweeping antitrust bills. I.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on Pivot

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Microsoft Closes Above $2 Trillion Market Cap for the First Time

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft Closes Above $2 Trillion Market Cap for the First Time

"But Microsoft teams has become just as important to a lot of companies. So that has really helped push up the value of Microsoft and today its market cap for the first time ever closed above $2. Trillion Apple is the only other company and that sort of rarefied air. Market overall today, hitting new records, the

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Warning guests about blank before they visited killer animals. I'm going to give it to you right? The lepers that had escaped earlier. Nice officials say the three lepers and escape their enclosure and no one at the zoo. Bothered to tell anyone Unfortunately to the lepers were captured quickly, but the third one is still on the loose. The zoo isn't worried, though. And says the pack of rabid hyenas that escaped last week should take care of them sooner or later, Bill. How did Karen do? She had five. Right, 10 more points. She now has 12 and Karen. You're in the league. You know where we're going. Okay, Peter, you're up next fill in the blank. On Thursday, the CDC said that fully vaccinated people could be indoors without blanks masks. Right On Sunday, Senator Bernie Sanders called for passing the $2 trillion blank bill without the GOP. The next spending one infrastructure infrastructure spending? Yes. This week, the Federal Reserve hinted it may raise blanks to combat rising inflation. The interest rates right after the White House reopened exchange over one million additional people apply for blank obamacare. Right. After 19 seasons on TV and numerous allegations of running a toxic workplace, blank announced she was canceling her daytime talk show Ellen too generous. Right this week, A man in London realized he wasted two years of.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"New administration if they don't like the old one, and they just did. Some senators were also critical. Castor rambled The times off topic. Republican Kevin Kramer tells Fox he was not prepared for for the House managers either to be as good as they were, or I think two beer so far from the question of the day, which remember the question was simply a question about Senate jurisdiction. In the end, six other GOP senators joined Democrats voting to proceed, rejecting arguments It's unconstitutional with Trump now out of office. What's next? Boxes. Rachel Sutherland has more live day. Both sides will have 16 hours to make their arguments with impeachment managers going. First. Lead manager Jamie Raskin made an emotional plea on day one as Democrats opened with a 13 minute video of the January 6 riot. Cannot have presidents inciting and mobilizing mob violence against our government. In our institutions because they refused to accept the will of the people under the Constitution, United States After managers rest their case, it'll be the defense's turn. Then senators will have an opportunity to ask questions. A final vote could come within a week. Dave, right, so we're awaiting guidance expected the day from the CDC on reopening this still closed schools safely. In Chicago, 67% of Chicago teachers union members voted to reopen. That plan would allow pre K and special needs students to return tomorrow, while Kato eight students will transition to in person learning by March, 8th teachers and staff will have a chance to get the vaccine before returning boxes very in Rafferty, House Democrats and Committee of approved 100 $30 million for schools as they put together that Nearly $2 trillion covert relief package..

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

"Dow was up 3% 7 o'clock, a covert relief counter offer on the table. We welcome welcome Republican input. Ah, Winter wallop in the East. It is brutal. Outside roads really bad hate groups converged online conspiracy theories and disinformation are spread online. This is the CBS World News Round up late edition on that Piper in New York. Thanks. You should talk to a meeting is still ongoing between President Biden and 10 Republican senators who have been trying to make a deal over covert relief. Correspondent Ed O'Keefe with a price tag of nearly $2 trillion. The administration's plan is over three times the sides of the Republican proposal. Both provide similar funding for covert vaccinations and testing federal food assistance and to help childcare centers. But the Republican plan ignores the president's calls to boost the federal minimum wage. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer welcomes Republican input but is pushing ahead without them. The resolution. Passed by both chambers of Congress will provide instructions for the House and Senate committees to begin work on a potential budget reconciliation bill, which will be the vehicle for urgent and necessary covert relief. At least two people are dead and thousands are without power following a winter storm that had several Midwest and Northeast states. This is still a big system and I want to repeat this. As clearly as I can. The worst is yet to come. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy warning of more snow coming in the overnight hours. CBS is Mullah Lenny. The warnings from officials were clear. Stay inside. If there's any way you can avoid traveling avoid traveling today because the conditions were far from clear. Blizzard like is the first major winter storm of the year, Blanket and 67 million people along the East Coast. More options coming when it comes to quick.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"$2 trillion coronavirus relief package. Ours is about $600 billion, Senator Bill Cassidy tells Fox News Sunday. The GOP plan is more targeted than what he sees in the president's, which he says, is chock full of handouts and payoffs to Democratic constituency groups. And he doubts the president and Democrats are serious about making it bipartisan. You want the patina of bipartisanship, but you want to stick it and ram it through on NBC's Meet the Press, the director of the president's National Economic Council. Ryan Dese says President Biden will be pleased to talk. He is open to ideas wherever they may come that we could improve upon the approach to actually tackling this crisis. Ben Thomas Washington also, it s so the House Minority leader, Kevin McCarthy. Meet with Georgia Freshman Republican Margie Marjorie Taylor Greene talk about comments that she reportedly is made. The meeting is in response to media reports of comments she allegedly made on social media prior to her election to Congress, many House Democrats and the Republican Jewish Coalition of calling for the Georgia Republican to be removed from committee assignments. Congresswoman Green maintains that she's being targeted on social media for speaking out against socialism. Filing articles of impeachment against President Biden immediately following his inauguration already bedded in Washington, the Chinese government officials accusing former Secretary State Mike Pompeo of trying to cripple Beijing's relations with the new Biden administration. Declaring China's actions against the weaker ethnic group genocide. It's the latest of Chinese attempt to counter efforts in the Western countries to cut trade ties and sanctioned Chinese officials over widespread reported abuses in the region, including mass detention,.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fox News. The covet tracking project reports another 4000 U. S deaths blamed on the coronavirus yesterday. Two people in South Carolina have now been diagnosed with them or easily spread South African variants, no known connection between them. States Health Department says That means there are probably more cases yet I'm discovered the Government Accountability Office says Vaccine distribution is falling short and should transition to a coordinated national effort about the president's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief plan. Congressional Republicans suggesting it should be broken into smaller, more manageable parts. The Biden administration is not proposing the break up elements of a $1.9 trillion covert relief proposal. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president does not want choices made between helping families but food on the table or reopening schools safely. This is the overall package and proposal that is absolutely targeted for the people who need it most, but he's happy to have a conversation about that. Republican leaders have balked at the price tag. But Democratic leader They're preparing to go it alone without Republican support, if necessary, using a budget reconciliation process that avoids a 60 vote threshold in the Senate clocks is Jared Helper and the president's signing tomb or executive orders yesterday one to reopen the healthcare dot gov website for another open enrollment period next month, another directing the Department of Health and Human Services to consider restoring funding to Planned Parenthood, which was cut during the Trump administration. Six people killed Thursday at a poultry processing plant in Gainesville, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. Eliminate indications are that a nitrogen line ruptured inside the facility. Nicholas Increments of Foundation Foods says maintenance workers and managers are among the victims. The ruptured line carried liquid nitrogen used in the company's freezers. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yeah, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about he's like older rules like lover. My jokes like that, because they were trying.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fox News will move heaven and Earth to get more people vaccinated for free and create more places for them to get vaccinated. On his first full day in office. President Biden unveils his plan to fight the pandemic. President Biden's national vaccination plans. That's the goal of administering 100 million Shots and 100 days and sets up FEMA run vaccination centers. The president also signed 10 executive orders, including one requiring face coverings in airports, trains and public transits. Mass could become a partisan issue. Unfortunately, But it's a patriotic add the administration has proposed to Congress and nearly $2 trillion economic relief package boxes. Jared help run a familiar name returns to the White House to help win the fight as the president's chief medical advisor, Dr Tony Fauci, warning even as the number of covert cases go down deaths May keep rising. When you have cases and then a couple of weeks later, you see it represented in hospitalizations, intensive care and then a couple of weeks later in deaths. Belci, speaking at a White House briefing, says reports the Trump administration did not have a vaccination plan Our faults, a Japanese government spokesman says there's no truth to our report. About the possible cancelation of the Tokyo Summer Olympics. The pandemic already delay the 2020 Olympics and officials hope with a successful rollout of covert vaccines. The Games will go on. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the Senate to postpone the impeachment trial of former President Trump until mid February. He says that would give the trump legal team time to prepare and the NASDAQ and S and P 500 closed at record highs. While the Del fell 12 points. America's listening to Fox News Pros bring something extra to every job. Now at the Home Depot. They also get something extra pro extra are free Loyalty program built for pros just like you.

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"$2 trillion" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"$2 trillion" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Aren't on the pandemic. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News will move heaven and Earth to get more people vaccinated for free and create more places for them to get vaccinated. On his first full day in office. President Biden unveils this plan to fight the pandemic. President Biden's national vaccination plants. It's a goal of administering 100 million shots and 100 days and sets up FEMA run vaccination centers. The president also signed 10 executive orders, including one requiring face coverings in airports, trains and public transits. The mass could become a partisan issue. Unfortunately, But it's a patriotic add the administration has proposed to Congress and nearly $2 trillion economic relief package boxes. Jared help run a familiar name returns to the White House to help win the fight as the president's chief medical advisor, Dr Tony Fauci, warning even as the number of covert cases go down deaths May keep rising. When you have cases and then a couple of weeks later, you see it represented in hospitalizations, intensive care and then a couple of weeks later in deaths. Belci, speaking at a White House briefing, says reports the Trump administration did not have a vaccination plan Our faults, a Japanese government spokesman says there's no truth to our report. About the possible cancelation of the Tokyo Summer Olympics. The pandemic already delay the 2020 Olympics and officials hope with a successful rollout of covert vaccines. The Games will go on. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the Senate to postpone the impeachment trial of former President Trump until mid February. He says that would give the trump legal team time to prepare. And the nails Dark and S and P 500 closed at record highs while the Del fell 12 points. America's listening to Fox News It's a new year with an exciting new daytime lineup on Fox News. Your Fox favorites are making the move to an earlier time. First, It's America's newsroom maker by Bill Hemmer and Dana Bring what nine. Harris Faulkner puts T issues under the spotlight at 11 with the fucker focus, followed by.

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