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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

"Is all things considered I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington And I'm Ari Shapiro in Poland There are certain events that define a generation like 9 11 the global financial crisis or the pandemic Since the war in Ukraine began about 3 million refugees have come to Poland in just a few months Polish people have offered their time their money and even their homes And so I met with three Polish young adults to see what impact they believed these events will have on their generation We gathered at a crowded outdoor cafe in Warsaw on a warm spring night People smoked and sip drinks as the sun sank behind the old city One of the young poles in the group is actually someone I first met at Poland's border with Ukraine in early March at the beginning of the war At 24 year old film student named Tomic Mondrian The Fink would change me the most I think was that I came back with a refugee He.

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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:36 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

"Does really make a difference for families who want to go traveling who want to be out and about Also our co host Ari Shapiro catches up with a woman he met two months ago in Poland She had just fled the war in Ukraine and she is needed help to start building a new life So understand that I have a lot of opportunities because when I have said I can't tell myself Let's ahead fresh the news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi sang President Joe Biden says white supremacy and those who profit from it must be rejected and bears quill Lawrence reports from buffalo where the president met with the families of those who died in a mass shooting at a top supermarket on Saturday Speaking of blocks away from the scene of one of the country's worst racist massacres Biden called for a return of the 1990s assault weapons ban and for an end to racist theories in politics White supremacy is a poison it's.

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Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

"It's really troubling to watch I mean when you watch I remember the Paul Ryan Joe Biden debate I was so excited for that 'cause I love economics and Paul Ryan does too He likes the Henry hazlitt book He can not make someone lesson I was like my gosh he's going to annihilate Joe Biden in this debate I'm sure you remember well And I got to tell you even though Biden lied the whole time our everything he said was nonsense He was presentable enough where you were like my gosh like that actually wasn't the debate I thought it was going to be That Biden is gone He's completely gone I can not see any way this guy could run where he doesn't get primaried you know teddy Kennedy style back in the Woods Well he won't even get primary because he's going to be gone Here's what's going to happen The day after the November election the Democrats are going to wake up they're going to say we lost the house We lost the Senate and we blamed Biden We're going to say he's 80 years about to turn 80 He's in decline Why do we want him at the top of the ticket Now you go back four years prior to that In December after the last midterm election December of 2018 then two Democrats declared their exploratory candidacy for presidency That was one month after the midterm The next month in January two months after the midterm 5 more declared outright candidacy or their exploratory The day after the November election it's on The Democrats need to organize every day that Biden hangs in there is a data Democrats don't have an alternative So they're going to go to him and they're going to say you can't run He's a stubborn guy So it's going to take a month or three to develop but I will predict to you lose the house lose the Senate he becomes a lame duck and the Democrats be the sigh of relief And then they're going to have their own 25% primary which is healthy That's how parties breathe and anoint the next candidate

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Ari Fleischer: Biden Should Start Attacking Liberal DAs Across U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: Biden Should Start Attacking Liberal DAs Across U.S.

"Are you been in these Oval Office meetings with the administration that one reelection You know the Bush administration and you know messaging obviously is always a big deal Every administration wants to tell a story It's an exclusively a Democrat phenomenon But I really wonder Barack Obama was asked a question recently about what are they going to do for midterms He said you know we've got a story to tell Tell it And I'm asking you do they have a story to tell Because I'm a serious question What story does Biden have to tell that would advance Democrat candidates in the coming elections in the coming months I really don't know If you have an idea I'd love to hear it If I were Joe Biden the one thing under my control that I would do is I would start attacking liberal DAs across the country But he won't do that of course because he's in bed with the progressives But if you want to send a signal that he's a different kind of guy a real old fashioned moderate that's what he needs to do But here's the only thing that can save the Democrats for this November And it's beyond Biden's control One is if COVID really goes away If it just becomes something that starts to fade and we no longer have to worry about it in our daily lives Two is inflation If somehow economic circumstances lead inflation to abate But I don't see that happening either anytime soon So Dan I think you can put this one as far as the books as you can put anything that's 6 months from now Democrats lose the house Democrats lose the Senate and I will predict you buy them will be a lame duck in 2023 No chance the Democrats want him running for reelection in 2020 No

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Ari Fleischer's Inspiration to Write 'Suppression'

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer's Inspiration to Write 'Suppression'

"With you You got a book coming out called suppression deception snobbery and bias no one better to analyze that situation with the media other than you what inspired you to write the books coming on I think in July you probably pre order now I would guess I would inspire you to write this book It's so much out there Dan I wrote because the press keeps getting so much wrong and they just don't care And it really was driven home during the Trump era They were so brutally unfair to president Trump the way they presented everything especially in 2015 and 16 when he was running and then how they get credibility to things that were garbage The Steele dossier the entire collusion attack and then the suppressed information that the public needed to know that was true So I got fed up and I said I'm going to analyze how the press does this job

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Ari Fleischer: New Generation of Journalists Become Activists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: New Generation of Journalists Become Activists

"I'd make a strong case to you and I think you'd like me agree with it Yeah that's still a key part of it But the old gray lady media has been replaced by social media That is the only thing can explain that the willing suspension of this belief they ask us to engage in while they keep telling us their journalists You know you see people like Taylor Lorenz who would be probably laughed out of the press room 20 years ago is now a major player in the left wing media precisely because she has a big social media following And The New York Times in The Washington Post have to bend the knee I mean is that analysis correct social media changed everything It's a huge part of my book Abs absolutely And what it's done and it's even worse than what you just said It's turned reporters particularly this newer younger generation of reporters into activists They're activists for a cause Why do they go to journalism school in the first place To move the needle and make things better And then you're taught by liberal professors and then they come out and they go in a newsroom surrounded by like minded liberal thinkers but what's changed now is there are very few grown up editors left who are telling the supporters their job is to be down the middle Reported straight report a fair I don't care if you don't like president Trump Be fair to him They don't do that anymore They get their jollies from being activists They get their jollies from getting more Twitter followers They get their jollies from having Hollywood stars follow them on Twitter and retweet them And then they get contracts with CNN or MSNBC And I'm not talking about people with opinions like you or me I'm talking about mainstream supposedly down the middle journalist This is where that industry is Diane And they killed themselves

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Ari Fleischer: Trust in the Press Is at Its Second-Lowest in the U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: Trust in the Press Is at Its Second-Lowest in the U.S.

"That's the problem with it Dan that is exactly right And just yesterday Gallup came out with a poll showing trust in the press is that the second lowest it's ever been in our nation's history The American people are giving up on the media And that's not a good thing We need a place to go We're all of us I don't care what our ideology is Can say aha that's what happened today Now I'll tell you what I think about it But thank you for telling me the facts and the truth We don't have that anymore And we really don't have it because the misinformation is coming in this in my case in my book From liberal media And it's going to be beyond what it was when I was there When I was there Dan and you were a Secret Service agent The press was liberal We all knew it but they actually tried They said it was part of their mission to be objective and even though most of them were cut from the same liberal cloth democratic cloth They knew their job was to be objective Now what's happened is audiences go left audiences go to the left for the news right audiences go to the right New York Times is overwhelmingly liberal Democrats who subscribe There's no more advertising dollars in print So you can't tick off your subscribers or your customers so you feed them what they want to hear And that describes most of the mainstream media Now conservatives to the credit of conservatives they launched back They start to form their own outlets you're part of that debt And this is why conservatives can fight and win because we create an alternative outlet but the mainstream media is essentially college educated Democrats talking to fellow college educated Democrats That is what's left of the media today

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What Will Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover Mean for Free Speech?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

What Will Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover Mean for Free Speech?

"This is generated an awful lot of hand wringing, I would say, among people in journalism. And because it is such an, I mean, really honestly, most of the value in this is as a headline news service. I mean, that's the way I see this. And a lot of journalists participate in this. I am still a little bit mystified though, why journalists really care whether or not Elon Musk owns this. If it is just a platform for free speech, this shouldn't be really, honestly, I think they would be the least impacted by this, right? Yeah, I mean, look, as one of those power users, like, you know, I have some issues with the types of content they've chosen to moderate or regulate. I think they've made some poor decisions. But I think the big picture is it's going to be a more usable service. It's going to be a more constructive service. So you're going to have just been conversation healthier conversation online. I think that's ultimately going to be what determines the success of Twitter or not. And Musk

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How Media Disinformation Hurts Everyone.

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

How Media Disinformation Hurts Everyone.

Brian Stelter Spins CNN Plus Collaps

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brian Stelter Spins CNN Plus Collaps

"Ari, I got to play for you something I played for Ed because I need your reaction to Brian stelter. Poor guy is in this unwinnable city. I like Brian. I've got up the acela with Brian. I like Brian Dunn is shell back in the old days. And you know, he sees a lefty, and he's way left, and his show is biased, and we all know. It's kind of a funny thing. It's like watching the browns, right? We're not going to win with Brian. Here's how he explains CNN plus yesterday. Here at CNN, new ownership decided to shut down the CNN plus streaming service less than a month after it was launched by the previous management team. The U turn was front page news. Stunning news, and painful news for everyone involved. Years of development possibly down the drain, some of the shows may never be seen. Hundreds of staffers may be laid off though the company is trying to place many of them in new jobs. Amid these bruising headlines, folks are trying to make sense of it. And some partisans are leaving to predictable talking points about politics. But the truth is, this was a corporate move.

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How Donald Trump Exposed Editorial Bias

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

How Donald Trump Exposed Editorial Bias

"Right, thanks for joining us. Hey, look, I just talked to Bernard Goldberg. Just maybe about a week ago or so. Author of the seminal book bias. And in that book, he argued at the time that editorial bias was not deliberate, it was just baked in because the viewpoints of so many editors were just informed by liberal groupthink. I speaking to him last week, he is, he says, that was true then, but now it's a deliberate choice to manipulate news for a particular political viewpoint. Is that what you see as well, Ari? 100%. Look, I started as a press secretary on Capitol Hill in the 80s, and everybody knew that the press corps was liberal. They tried to be objective. It was part of their mission to be objective. And they were dedicated to it. That has faded out and away. And it really took Donald Trump to do it.

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Twitter and the Failure to Protect Conservatives

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Twitter and the Failure to Protect Conservatives

"Do you think they have hurt town hall or hot air in any way? Because I just don't think Twitter does anything bad. They allow people to harass people. That's the one thing that they never ever moderate is attacks on conservatives, like Selena zita was driven from Twitter. Well, if you think that if you think that they're impacting the news, why wouldn't you think that they'd be using that same power to impact the people who express heterodox viewpoints? I mean, again, I mean, one of the things that Elon Musk is saying that he will do is that he will make the algorithms public and he will he will have complete transparency on whatever moderation that Twitter is currently doing and what they will move to.

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Congress Makes Bipartisan Effort to Compete With China

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Congress Makes Bipartisan Effort to Compete With China

"A 107 members on the conference committee have you seeka. Now, would you tell people what you seek it is? I have never heard of a conference committee having a 107 members. They're going to need a conference committee for the conference committee, Jake. What happened there? Yeah, so you seeka is the big Bill we've talked about it a bunch of you on this show. It is a big Bill that's designed to combat the technological rise of China. It is a product that came out of the Senate with a very wide bipartisan majority kind of captain by Todd young John cornyn, Chuck Schumer and others on the Senate side. It kind of ran into a little bit of resistance in the house where Nancy Pelosi passed her own partisan bill and now they have to go into a formal negotiation between the two

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Tom Wilson, Alex Ovechkin lead Capitals past Penguins, 6-3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Tom Wilson, Alex Ovechkin lead Capitals past Penguins, 6-3

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Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

"So Ari when I was going through treatment I was out at both Sloan Kettering and MD Anderson and you see the devastation of this disease I would be sitting there waiting for radiation and chemotherapy and one moment that really stuck out to me as I was getting treatment one day and I was talking to this woman and she told me she'd been given basically a month or two to 11 and she'd been dealing with the disease forever And it's just kind of hit me because mine had been diagnosed early at stage one That even though we've made tremendous advancements against leukemia and lymphoma those advancements aren't enough A lot of people a matter of fact I saw in some of the statistics a third of people don't live 5 years after a diagnosis Is that accurate It is Yeah we're getting closer and closer but yeah just like you said more than a third of patients don't survive after 5 years How many people per year are roughly diagnosed with this dreadful disease these blood cancers leukemia and lymphoma What's the give me a rough idea of how prevalent this problem is I don't have a number on it per year but about a hundred every 180 seconds someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer

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How Your Donations for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 4 months ago

How Your Donations for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Work

"As you know this is political show but not everything in life is political thankfully right And one of the things that wasn't political for me was when I was diagnosed with cancer last year it was a really traumatizing moment as it would be for anyone is diagnosed with lymphoma Here to talk about lymphoma and to help us raise some money to hopefully decrease the number of people who ever have to have that moment again is already Dylan from the LLS leukemia and lymphoma society Ari thanks for joining me really appreciate it Thank you so much for having me I appreciate your time No listen this is obviously a very important topic to me We raised a lot of money for the LLS last year My daughter Isabel thought it was really important because this is such a devastating disease and this year we're looking at top that We have great listeners in this audience The website if you'd like to donate folks bongino dot com slash LLS Ari about leukemia and lymphoma all of the money that's raised Where does it go What is it Is it research Is it assistance What happens with the money Yeah so the funds that our campaigns raise it goes through a few different things It goes to continuing research for life saving therapies like targeted immunotherapies that are saving thousands of lives It goes towards blood cancer information education and support for our patients and our families It goes to support our patients in their communities and also to drive policies that are increasing development and access to new

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Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite

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Ari Fleischer on Joe Biden's Worst Communication Blunders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Ari Fleischer on Joe Biden's Worst Communication Blunders

"So whether the president's a democrat or republican is a good strategy to say. I'm not answering that question. To turn your back and walk away ari as former white house press secretary. I'm the only thing he could have done. Worse was going to maybe the july fourth holiday weekend and when he was asked about afghanistan. Say i only wanna take happy questions. I mean i guess when you compare what he did yesterday to what he did in july. This is only the second worst communications blunder. He's made and when it comes to body language not just what comes out of. Somebody's mouth but this video that is truly one of the most viral videos in the last twenty four hours of him apparently looking at his wristwatch as even his wife was holding her. Her heart hand on heart is the cost. It's coming off. The military transports dover air force base. This president let me ask you. Does the president come back from that image for people who are against him because he for him because he's not donald trump he can do no wrong but for most americans who actually wanna make fair valuation of who we have is the commander in chief. This is daunting and sebastian. This counts this resumes. This is deeply important to the american people. It's about better national honor to veteran military. It's about our promises around the world. This is not your typical shining object so to speak that politics is full of and i think americans are realizing now is we elected somebody just not up to the task

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Jenna Lewis Calls on U.S. Cabinet to Invoke 25th Amendment, Remove Biden From Office

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Jenna Lewis Calls on U.S. Cabinet to Invoke 25th Amendment, Remove Biden From Office

"Get your constitutional loyally take on the current situation. We have people saying the president of the united states the man who deems himself to be that has committed treason. The twenty fifth amendment should be deployed by the democrats as somebody who's been in swamp long enough now who's been fighting the swamp creatures. What he's jenner ellis's expectation given the last two weeks. I don't think the democrats are going to this guy until they find a better option. I don't think so either. I mean if the cabinet were operating sincerely and in good faith they would have already invoked twenty fifth amendment. And it's actually surprising to me that come on a harris hasn't an immediate. She's trying to do that behind the scenes. Because you need the vice president hand. The majority of the cabinet members so the twenty fifth amendment. I think does apply and of course the operational language is unable not unfit because remember. I made that distinction. Nancy pelosi was calling for twenty five against trump. because she's like oh he's unfit for office. Well that's a very subjective term. Unable literally means he cannot perform. Yeah or he's in very diminished health mental capacity. A like clearly. Joe biden is so the twenty-fifth amendment here rationally and constitutionally could apply. I think joe biden needs to resign. If there were any just just moral turpitude left in washington. He would absolutely resign in step down. But i also think that. There's a very good case to be made for impeachment on the basis of treason because treason remember is defined in english common law and within the context of treason. Bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors within the language of the constitution to mean of course including aiding and abetting or getting eight giving aid and comfort to anyone and to put eighty five billion dollars worth of military arsenal and to be excluding citizens from the united states of getting out from behind enemy lines. Everything that joe biden has done as the commander in chief. I think fall squarely within the definition of treason under that

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Why Jenna Ellis Left the Republican Party

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Why Jenna Ellis Left the Republican Party

"Jenner. That we've got to talk about what you're doing. Your travels the work that the the board is doing. But i you are such well. You took the ultimate act. You left the gop right. I day so you hate rhino. I do absolutely and you know. The republican party left conservatives and they left us and so my leaving them was all about saying listen. I'm going to go unaffiliated. That means i can still in my home state of colorado where i'm still registered to vote. I can vote in the primaries. That's fine but my purpose in doing that is saying. Listen especially for the national. Rmc leadership like ronna. Romney mcdaniel and justin rimer. We've talked about a lot about on the show. They need to step down. They need to get their priorities straight. They need to support america first and win. The republican party actually comes back to conservatives. I'm happy to rejoin.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"I think she had to breast reduction. So she can't really feel her tits so she would always have a nipple out and he called her peekapoos so he go. I'm gonna go outside and look at peekapoos. And then i go outside and she'd be like jagger just to nipples fucking blaring. No-one's going to tell her. Don't tell her and i was like freddy. I can't i have to tell her and he was like you're so you're such a fuck their record. Somebody was telling maybe katie. Maybe somebody else was like was like yelling are because she was fucking somewhere. This ricca mike. Yeah and he goes. It goes some. it's like it's not sure it goes. You're not supposed to tell a have to be a whore. Nothing gives you that right. You're taking away from all of us Nobody nobody nobody made me laugh and horny near the mike really. He was great. We just never the roads up. Because when i first got there he had girlfriend. She was a waitress gorgeous. And then i started dating somebody and got engaged to my first ex-fiancee hearts billy hearts was He was in the middle. Don't he jason. If you're listening i'm sorry. But he knows he used to call billy lester. Diamond from casino jason. James would character. 'cause he'd be like what are you doing and i'd be on the phone crying talking to build. That was heartbroken. He's like this isn't good dead right now. Oh still alive. I just don't marry them but they live. They live on they prosper. I been engaged three times. I'm not a closer ari. Who was the last one. That last guy who. That's just didn't work out. No that was a tough one to save scrape on seem like the most normal. Oh yeah because he was a felon and he had a co cabinet thinking posey open with. Isn't it hello. He was one where he's talking about. the waitresses ricca favorite..

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"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"The first time. I did that store. Impor- the rico. There yeah howling howling. Laughter did. Because i didn't have braff. This will happen area. They loved the story. Roseanne rosedale rules our hope we hoc Welcome to ours. I got the tank. Podcast our fear. Let's just get into this well. I do the dates. Real quick dates out the gates august. Twenty ninth nine with big joe goodson in pittsburgh. Pennsylvania second show added Get tickets at ari shapiro dot com. I'm also a big jay and miami. September thirtieth october first and second Me and big. J. co headlining And miami get tickets. Now at ari shapiro dot com in between those dates in in september. I'll be in nashville september eleventh weekend with just a read mephistopheles member Follow by tacoma and spokane the weekend the sixteenth weekend of the twenty third with ryan o'neal from danish o.'neil and matt edgar for matter Orlando and tampa november with Steve simone and then in december got oklahoma city and san antonio who knows who come with me to those ari shapiro dot com for tickets and then In january. I got cleveland in denver. In february tickets are on sale now for denver that will sell the fuck out so jump on tickets ahead of time for that ari shapiro dot com for tickets. Now it's out of the way. Let me take you back. We take it back to two thousand seventeen late march. I met a man on a plane in between bali and nope sorry in between flora's island and coupon he told me he just on five years of missionary service in each team. And i was watch. I look out for. He goes you wanna stay at the rossello hotel in dili but he also told me about cockfights what he goes. Oh yeah there's cockfighting there. I know mike for real. It goes you had never been to one. But that's what i've heard. And i was there for five years mika's by the way very very christian Country so i landed. I checked out the rossello hotel. I got there and then immediately i went on the hunt to find myself. Some fuck in rooster fights guys buckle up. It's going to be a long intro. So i got there and I checked in a girl named named named petey at this rossello hotel and her. She didn't speak much. English spoke mostly Tattoo tomb Language vs team or which. I learned a little bit. I fucking went and tried to learn a translate. There's also fucking a ton of different types of tattoos so If you're going to do that shit where you learn a language and then fuck in Try to join a local east t- more to more or less day. Have you wanna say it is not the country to do that. Half the fucking translations a portuguese. They speak mr portuguese bahasa indonesian and tattenham. Which is i don't know what the fuck i think. It's just them trying to be different kind of like israel when they were like. Let's go hebron nobody speaks hebrew. It's a dead language. let's do it anyway. We're difficult also send soup back. It's cold so i got there all my fucking notes for this by the way today in the pocket. I'll talk about a second. We're talking about here is. Let's get the exact date here in march into march checking the rossello hotel forty five dollars a night walk for some food. A bit frightened came back. Because i got warnings mornings from a friend of mine In the us army and he said be careful. there are bandits in in In dili mike hannukah bandit is so i was fried. I remember that. I came back at ten pm. T t t t and her daughter and her husband rudolf. He gave me some tips and some good convenient. English zeller has spent years albany studying so this interesting. I have just found a ticket from the museum of resistance. Museum of history of the independence of the east timorese people. Damn i fucking remember that thing man. I remember landing there and just being fucking out of it and just like everything was frightening and shit these guys like how do find these cockfights and he goes. What's a cockfight back. When roosters fighting against each other and i wanna find something and he was like a really ought to do that. The yeah have you ever been. I guess. When i was younger he goes really interested in like. I'm so interested in that. So how do i find him. He goes it's saturdays and wednesdays. I'm guessing on those days. I think it saturdays and wednesdays saturdays and wednesdays behind them all bind the dili mall dili's the capital of team or less day. So i went on my search for a motorbike that i can use all the places that used to give them. These the red zone were fucking done so it took me about two days to find an actual motorcycle. They rent and i got one. And then once i got one i was like well. I gotta go. Try to find these cockfights so took my motorbike. Had it went down to the daily mall dillydally. Yeah and so. I'm there and i'm circling on the parking lot. And i'm like i don't know where the fuck cockfights would be in back right so there's a parking lot in the front parking lot in the back and i'm like okay. I guess it's around the back. And when the baxter's the fucking party-line a regular parking lot and mike how gonna find this shit. I'm just looking around my way with their cockpits. I don't know what's a cockfight ring. You know like what are these things even like.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

08:24 min | 11 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Think i'm high but you're not because you know in fifteen minutes when you're that zonked that's legitimately high. What is the holland tunnel. Lincoln tunnel. I don't know And what a wonderful way to get high. I remember my my My doctor my doctor told me. When i when i when they're first trying to be real doctors are like you should take marijuana edibles and i'm like i can't hit me in like an hour and i might get high for fucking seven hours and he goes. Well use a vape then try to give real medical advice Come on how do i turn this off others Anyway today's episode is all about marijuana edibles guys as some dates like to promote real quick. If you don't mind Baltimore at magoo b.'s. Timonium whatever not baltimore is coming up july eighth and ninth come on out. Get tickets are already severe. Dot com Two weeks after that. I have an off week two weeks after that That the twenty third week I'm in long island governors twenty-third twenty fourth. Whatever that friday. Saturday is Get tickets at dot com tickets. Providence rhode island has also that hopefully they add shows. Hopefully by this time. Monday when this comes out they'll about it show or something i don't know but it's sold out five show stuck in sold out We'll see. I'll see if i can get them to add something. And then me and jay in pittsburgh. August twenty ninth but before that shoe fest. Everybody august twenty first or twenty third shrimp fest. So if you're not sure says here's what it is. It's a mushroom holiday. It's international holiday for mushrooms. Last year i sat in my office in my studio in the dark. I listen to music. Pretty cool never done that before the deal. True as an excuse to take mushrooms. That's all it is just an excuse to take mushrooms and we've had a shirt last couple of years the shrimp fest shirt and it's out again this year. The twenty twenty one shoe called. Take me to your dealer designed by artists. Leeann gwynne If you wanna get one. They're on sale right now at podcast. Merch dot com slash collections slash. Ari dash fear. I know it's a retarded Oh yeah i'm saying retarded again. I fully decided. I'm saying retarded again I think that was an over correction. I like it. i'm taking it back. I will lose him crowds but al care their their responses during my good a podcast merge dot com. You can enter if you just go. Podcast mercer common in the search bar ari. You could see all of the catch shirt The show and now the shoe shirt. If you order it soon. I think you have to like august. Second nine something like that to order and to get it in time for oop cop should not see me taping podcast. While i am driving. I gotta assume that say valid reason to give me a ticket So get what's up dude. Fucking cop on. Have you guys ever taken that Anyway back to the episode so Do i drive to here. Think it's this. let's call it this. Let's call that yep johnny johnny. Here's how you deal with vast. Here's edition fess. It's august twenty first or twenty third this year changes every year goes by the summer Saturday sunday monday with the most amount of moonlight this year. It's august twenty. First and twenty all you do is to join wherever you are take mushrooms start looking for him now or do you fisher is only supposed to be if you participate insurance fest. You know if you're going to you know if he did last year you know if you do this year. The design this year's fucking sick. The more i look at it the more it's revealed to me. It's a fucking great design. Take me to your dealer. The twenty twenty one shoe fissured. I just missed an exit. And i will make up for right badly driving All right you guys. I think that's it right. Oh i'm gonna. I'm gonna do my I'm going to release my special on my youtube. Page youtube dot com here on August second. we'll be out here so please subscribe to youtube. Scratch my paycheck paycheck dot com slash. Fear just had Who they have my pocket sal. 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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"But how do you build a well-oiled marketing team taking that into consideration that everybody is everywhere perhaps birth. Regents wherever however you build your your structure of where vp-marketing States or where your Market or said. How do you build that well-oiled team and what roles today would you know, they are for lack of a better word essential. So, you know, I'm still building my strategy my hiring strategy. Excuse me, so I'm still building my my hiring strategy and I think that's what's really important to me is high-quality materials. So graphic designers right up there. I have already a web developer that that a name's that enables me to be nimble in all kinds of settings. All in house rules are these Graphic designers Outsource, and and the the developers is in house. And I think I think it's really today it it's better to create some kind of a hybrid model where you're hiring the people they really need in house and start start Outsourcing and see as your especially for start-ups as your needs increase you could decide about about hiring an else. You definitely don't want to hire somebody who will be underutilized or you know, drive them crazy. So it gives more more flexibility when you Outsource. I think it's important to have good content writers in house because there's such a learning curve there anything that has to do with the brand although PR for the foreseeable future. I'm Outsourcing wage even PPC I'm starting Outsourcing and then you know based on results will make a decision there. Do you think And so with that so, you know, we talked about in-house Outsourcing some of the skills that helped because we talked a lot about mindset skills that tool set off and we kind of divided what we needed to those three categories. We you know, the world was catapulted into digital transformation. We also tend to talk about digital transformation in the same way like the basis of digital transformation with mindset skill-set involved with it and what we've seen and keep me honest if you've seen this as well, but it seems as though this year and and and four years building up to 20 20 as well at.

"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"Does it matter where marketing six is question number one when you have Global team and how do you handle as a VP marketing all of those cultural differences whether they're external and your marketing to your project and telling the story if your customer is in those regions or even internally to get the message out are there things that we should be aware of? See that's you know, that's fascinating. Cuz since since this crisis has started I've been thinking a lot about the question of where teams need to sit and of course how you communicate with it and all that as many Executives have and I've been thinking about my personal Journey, you know, I I started out at a new york-based PR from the decided to open a an office here in Nashville, and and that was an interesting decision and that went really well because we were helping Israeli startups Bridge into the US and then I moved to Boston because a non-profit they needed they needed an Israeli and they needed them to their right. So I was trained I was scouted I was trained I was brought out there and I asked myself like would that happen today? And how would that work? Would I just do em be assumed I travelled extensively I did advocacy work spoke to tens of thousands of people throughout North America could I really have done that be a zoom? I don't know open-ended right then I came back and I worked at a couple of birth. US based PR firms that decided to to have a presence here. I was working for one philadelphia-based firm that opened the Tel Aviv office and then asked me to manage the the people in Philadelphia and in New York and that was challenging for me because I thought I could do a remote but more and more I found that for, you know, the real personal relationships and for when there was Crisis. I just more often. Note hop on a plane and head out to Philadelphia for even a day and and deal with that coming back.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"And if you if you don't motivate them, they won't work as hard as you want them to so so my first step is think of them as an extension of your team and make sure there gung ho about your mission as as you are. My second thing is as yourself are they being transparent? Are they keeping you informed of Outreach and results are they keeping in the dark many PR from are still very traditional and they comments like, you know, we've reached out to ten reporters today and nobody has shown interest. I think it's important to push back in those cases the right. Who did you reach out to did they ignore your email? Do they open it? Did they respond if they rejected the pitch did they provide any feedback? Because the only way to succeed is for a PR firm to be transparent wage for the marketer to work collaboratively with a PR firm to tweak to try different approaches try different pitches and work together to get results. So if if you find a job PR firm is being secretive and holding on to this Mystique of let us do our job and and succeed. It's time to look for another PR firm that up, you know something here. We say it off the coast internally. There is trust and verify so it sounds like you're telling us a little working with a PR firm just trust and verify that whatever results are coming through that they're you know, if what's the whys behind the results that you're getting off? Yeah. Absolutely. I think trust is important and and verification in real time. So not verified later, but in real time is also important and you you also mentioned. Earlier that audio burst. It's a start-up, correct. Yeah, we're five years old about 45 employees credible incredible. There's the the Vivacious if you will have startup life, it's very thrilling it is I think a big topic that a lot of startups have mastered is growth hacking and I also think Rose packing and thinking like a start-up is something that a lot of Corporations with bigger teams that unfortunately, right they're not necessarily in that mode of survival maybe in other ways they are off but how can you know for for any of the marketers listening out there who are in corporate perhaps, can you share a little bit about what they can learn from start-ups because you have this very interesting experience going from the startup world to corporate and then back to start up and maybe even vice versa. Like is it is it the same mentality? Is it the same mindset and what can we learn from one another game?.

"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"It's an interesting question and it's debated a lot. You know, one of my first moves here at audio burst was to bring on a PR firm. So I still believe PR holds some value but it's more complicated than that. Right? Because so much of marketing today is about lead generation and the funnel and PR will almost always lose to any other forms of wage growth or performance. It's so much cheaper to acquire leads almost any other way and interestingly a brand awareness to rights. It's also cheaper to get to audiences in other digital formats that are not strict media relations. Um, but there is a certain way to gravitas that's still attached the consistent coverage and especially to coverage in the right trade Publications wage and top-tier business and and Tech pumps that are really hard to get anywhere else and I felt that when I joined the Forbes communication council's a couple of years ago. I got so much attention and you know, that was even thought Not pure media relations. It's it's a paid relationship and still just the forms brand a hundred years old or whatever. It is has so much weight. So I do think PR is extremely important at the same time. We have to remember that very few people will read more than a couple of Publications regularly. So while it's a good way good channel to get to the right people often times PR is usually only as good as your ability to amplify it, right and that's where octopus and social media come into play because if you're not doing the right engine oil work to boost and you know even classic TPC sometimes and of course organic reached which is the easiest employee advocacy things like that off and and we were we really turned this into a science at appsflyer and I saw I saw some amazing success this week with their recent round. So I think that PR's only as good as dead, Ability to amplify it in other ways. And if you do everything together in an integrated marketing strategy, it's a very important pillar of.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"So with all of this going on and twenty twenty and and get this, you know, we have a pandemic going on world. As you said you want to free yourself from our screen what keeps you up at night in in your feelings and what you do and where you are or where do you find the most challenges? That's a fascinating question Jen in the in the audio industry. It's it's really interesting. I think the stars are perfectly aligned, you know, there's been an incredible explosion and content you want to guess how many podcasts or listen to non-apple. You know, I I feel I do not know but I'm almost intimidated to know because I'm like, where would this one stand exact so there's actually one and half million podcasts which is double what they what they had last year. Right? So this this explosion and podcasts that's on the one hand. There's not much content that's being produced and you know, how much effort and time and and and money is poured into this content and it's really good and on the other hand we're surrounding ourselves with devices that make audio consumption so easy so airpods, for example, Mark Anderson wrote let you know number one investor in the valley. He wrote last year that it's deceptive because we think it's a little thing but really it's huge. People walk around these with these things for hours. It makes audio so much more accessible and Echoes, you know, smart home devices and connected speakers. We had zero last year then we got our first off have four in the house. So what does it mean to be surrounded with all these devices and all the content that's available on the other. So I think you hit the nail on the head when you said the problem is about cutting through the noise. I think that's what keeps a lot of people a lot of marketers up at night with video with audio with a lot of formats is how do you cut through the noise for us? It's a huge opportunity. So I'm not so concerned about that because we're that in a blur that bridge between the content and the user but I guess if if I have to talk about my fear it's you know, the race to who will be the bridge who will be the enabler the name of that. So if the big guys Amazon Google Apple even Spotify take it on as a core Mission how quickly can they run to make up for the years that we already invested this in this and the other thing that keeps me up wage. Is the global recession right covid-19?.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"We're super Proud to have you here excited to hear your journey. I know you've had quite the twenty-twenty and I was hoping we might be able to kick off this episode with a little bit of a back story of how you found yourself if you are today Sheriff, so where do I start? I'm proud father of four boys ages 3 to 11:00 and a proud husband to navajos. One of the world's first female ducks. Rabbis. We live in Jerusalem the six of us, which means I'm doing forever to commute to work since there's not enough senior marketing roles in in Jerusalem. I've been in marketing for about fifteen years yet. I started I started out when I applied for a strategic marketing internship at a global PR firm called Rudolph in that was around two thousand and five and I I almost everything to my 3-year baptism by fire a true dorfin. Then I left for a stint in non-profit marketing. That's where you and I met years ago dead. That took me to Boston and we came back. I went back to agencies. I start off in partners and bent her first. So a lot of PR work and then I decided to make the switch to our house, you know, I love the Deep dive and the brushing up with product sales operations are in the that you have at a startup and you don't necessarily get when you're an agency and your boss. Only point of contact is the CMO. I wouldn't give that up for anything in the world. So since I went in house, I've had three positions. My first role was at any clip which does really cool video game analysis and content management of video. I was there for three years and then I joined appsflyer that recently raised funds from sales force their the global leader in Mobile attribution. I think you had a couple of guests from the from apps by recently and What we did we did we had the the one and only Jonathan Rivera on the show. Jonathan's amazing. Yeah, I work with Jonathan closely. I had a purely calms role which was interesting to do off at at the apps flyer. It was interesting to take my PR and brand background and apply to one company and then just earlier this month. I joined audio burst as we be marketing dead body burst is a really cool company. Our vision is to organize the world's audio content and make it universally accessible and I think that's important because it's time to release you man from the shackles of screens and so much content is consumed via images and text and video. Whereas if you think about it or Primal mode of communication is actually voiced. So that's my job. I'm trying to we have a real cool platform that we both for audio search and delivery and the largest library of topical audio content and my job is to Market it to the world and see who wants to add that layer of next month. Any experiences to their app product website, whatever. Wow, okay, so you had quite the marketing journey and you definitely there's a few buzzwords that I I AI video out there and you know breaking through to you sound audio will touch on it all on today's episode and I guess so. Yeah, we're really a lot to dive into and I'm really glad to have an expert Like You on the show to dive into this because there's a lot of our audience questioning, you know where AI plays a role and even video and found how this all comes together for marketers to use and to really reach out and impact their audiences..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"When I didn't trust anybody and that he never betrayed my trust. I think that that trust in politics on public office is something that the country desperately needs especially in this time. It's a he's a very trustworthy person. The fact bank that a guy like this could possibly sit in the seat. Like the governor's chair is very exciting to me that makes me feel more faithful and hopeful. About what our country Eh. Then you mentioned the drug war cannabis as part of what you're running on. President Trump has spoken about that recently. Dave you've talked a lot about those issues and racism in your in your comedy. I guess the question to both of you bet is if you're going to change these laws in Maryland or abby an example for the rest of the nation. Do you talk about. This is something that is just logical because cannabis might be over punished in some places or do you also address the fact that data this shows this has been a not just a war on drugs but a war on a black and brown people to bed and then Dave we talked about all I mean it's undeniable as you look at the enforcement patterns patterns they've been targeted against black and brown communities for a long time we also frankly talked about the violence in our city. I wasn't I didn't start out on this journey over a year ago. Planning on this being a big issue in my campaign I mean Dave had made the argument to me for a quarter century. But then something funny happened. I I asked a retired member of the Baltimore Police Department. You just retired fifteen years on the floors to go talk to commanders across the city that he knew and ask him why. Violence is surging. Our city this was a year ago on the second anniversary of the uprising in Baltimore and he came back and he said Ben to big data points and none of them really agreed with anybody else. They all had an argument about why violence research now but there were also all in agreement that in the last ten ten years in the last ten years Baltimore City. They're all in agreement that half of the killings were one set of marijuana dealers killing their competition competition. And that just made me stop coke because you know real talk to family. Members shot in Maryland. The last ten years and I'm absolutely committed to doing whatever it takes to bring down the shootings shootings in our city and in our state and make sure nobody has to go through my family's been I look at the legalisation marijuana's an inevitability nationally not just in the state of Maryland and I'm sure that there is a gross disparity in the enforcement of drug laws in general in the United States and If you look at bins resume. His entire professional. Life has been dedicated to the concept of equity for everybody not just by giving people brown people talking gender. I'm talking sexuality wildy. He's trying to like right the plainfield. I've I've watched him really sincerely worked. Tirelessly to that in I believe in the product is the first time that I've ever got to see somebody become a politician of clothes and retain themselves in Obama's here with his kids today. He's a good man like there's nothing in this for me. I just feel like this guy should be on. That stage is an important voice in my own personal life and I think that he can make a great difference for the State of Maryland and best case scenario for the United States. You saw Davis special. He you know He. He finally outed himself as a son of our state. and everybody's like Dave's from DC and soon many popular the toughest part of DC Dave's from Silver Spring uh-huh. I got my three credit but I really do believe that I really do believe that. This is Very pivotal time. And I'm just getting to that age too. I mean I should. I'm sure you can really we start looking around. And everyone who's running things are your age and you realize it's so you appear groups. Turn to take the reins and I just think he's one of the most competent people are not today that he's he's oddly qualified for this. So I'm GONNA for Dave. You want an emmy for your Saturday night. Live hosting right after the election. Everyone remembers what you said that night. All my friends who have money said the same thing with trump got elected. That's it bro. I'm out I'm leaving the country with us now. Good dog I'm GonNa stay here and get this tax break. See I worked wishing luck and I'm going to give chance and we historically disenfranchise demand that he gives us one two now here. We are a year and and a half in your out here campaigning for a Democratic candidate. Do you think Donald Trump has given all people in the country a chance. And how would you you say it today without talking about the president campaign and not even because has been as a democrat. I'm campaigning because he's trustworthy. If if whatever party he ran under. I'm going to endorse this guy because I know him personally have no particular deep party affiliations. I think that we just had eight years of president who has a resume of social activism. I was happy with that President and and this guy has a similar resume. He'd been doing this as long as I know him. He's just been advocating for people and he I just believe he very sincere in his F- I've seen the blood sweat and tears of how. Yeah we got to this position and if you know God willing if he becomes as governor. I don't think anyone's GonNa be sorry for what I think. He'll do a great job. I think as well as the time I gave you brought it up you brought you brought up the word president. Do you think you're sitting next to someone who someday could be president as well. I've been that he could be president. The United States before there was no bob that I knew of. I mean. I've always believed that. But he chose another route. I mean he was he stay. They would stay with his community activism and back then I told him I wanted to be president of the N.. Double ACP valued have happened a little faster than we thought was possible. Yeah maybe you know. He's a remarkable dude man in I've seen him overcome his own personal his own personal demons and his own. It's really terrifying to to aspire to do anything outside of Outside of the narrow boxes that society wants us to Ben's a brave I do and he's a trustworthy do and he's retained all of himself and I think this is a great thing that he's that's why I mean there's nothing is the matter of fact it's dangerous for me to even step into the political arena. PUBERTY SCOOP SCOOP. Is that we and all of our interviews. My last question. I guess you guys I know you guys gotta go is Starting with Ben I mean since your wish Chapelle. You're campaigning which Russia pal which is something. I think a lot of candidates would love to be able to do. Is there a kind of a Chapelle test. We can apply here. Is there anything in politics that you see that would fall under the aerobic of when keeping it real goes wrong. I gotTa Tell You man when we started off this journey. There's a story tell about how dave saved my life down in Jackson Mississippi when I was a young organizer fighting a Republican governor. Were trying to make a black college college prison and Dave showed up with a bag of pot and things could have gone very wrong but we were spared because the police officer recognized Dave from Def Jam and all of a the need is wanted tickets to the show. Didn't didn't search Dave's back the and you know I mean that's I think the beauty of politics in this moment is that people are comfortable with us. Talking about what's real are the fact that we were once too much younger black man. You're afraid that moment of spending a long time in jail in prison and and you should have to be you you know that exceptional to be justly treated and so that's a lot of what fuels Dave's politics and mine gives you a lot of what fuels Dave's comedy and my politics. Politics is the fact that we bow survived. An era where young black men were the most murdered in the country the most incarcerated on the planet and and and we both found ways to lift people to a higher place and we both still recognize that unfortunately too much of what we went through as young people young people are still going through and we're eager to see it to see it change change because we know how smart they are and how much they could be contributing if our system was just a little bit fairer playing field a bit more level our country a bit more. Just I dave meet. You may never see me endorsing somebody again. I really I really do believe in the product. And he's this is the real deal. This is the real deal. Well it's fascinating. We don't often see a duo like weekdays learning a little bit about your history with each. Other what motivates both you and what Ben says is Why he wants to step into the arena is fascinating so I thank you for bringing the story to a beat and thanks for your time? Dave Chapelle Ben Jealous All. Thank you yard. Twenty seventeen gene.

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Mass incarceration and a big part of ending. Mass incarceration in Maryland is to finally legalize cannabis period. And so that's part. Why Davis here is that? We've been talking about frankly our experiences when we were young and the need for us to have just set of laws that help to reduce the number of people in our prisons as for me Our men and I are like family literally father best friends and my father was Ben's Godfather so I met in person when we were seventeen. The bill is at Columbia and we became fast friends. unbeknownst to me the plane was Ben was supposed to convince me to try to go to college and they plan obviously failed miserably. Thank God got Dave Me. Seven hundred and fifty bucks telling jokes in Washington Square Park and fifteen minutes and I was like college is not GonNa help you do better Dave. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed in-incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for us for our politics and for our country will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachment teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more on article two inside impeachment search. Now wherever you're listening and subscribe describe. Thanks for listening to me. Had you Dave had you gone to college. You might have become rich one day. Yeah that's that was the myth the legend. I think everything worked out better than I imagined. But you also have to understand that the my godfather was on Tarik is dave was the first male and his his family not to go to college since slavery and so there was a batting average he wanted to keep up for the family and I was on a sacred mission but when I came in reported back at his son could make seven hundred fifty bucks to park telling jokes he was like. Yeah okay I never I listen go ahead. I'm sorry I go no go ahead I was gonna say I have never ever even stuck my toe into politics. Yeah I don't even necessarily believe in politics but this is the first time that I believe in somebody this much for a job like this because I know him. Missile will like we came up together. I I saw Ben do activism his entire youth and when he got the Rhode Scholarship. My a father. I remember very point. These Bam afraid you getting this scholarship so that you'll no longer be a threat to them. Whoever they are and and then as always stayed true and when I got in trouble with my show and all these things he was like my confident I would call him to help me work through some very very challenging personal problems professional problems that I had and he was always like a rock from me and I think for the state of Maryland can get any better? I I truly saying day. Okay and the thing that when you were in your say when you're in South Africa or you were taking a break from the career in the US. You were relying on him. What was his council? Do you then think in this kind of private. I think the bottom line is that I trusted him enough in a time.

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"They gave me wanted me to plead guilty to is the first as testimony they allowed me to a met. So you suspect that they take an aggressive or you've used Fairview on aggressive. I think it was completely unfair. And I've done nothing wrong. I think they're going towards the view of potential election conspiracy. I think that they have a highly circumstantial case unless they have something that shocks the conscious boat. I think that has what they're really going to go. I pay for play. They've asked him about so many business interests clinical rosters of people around right around the president or including the president including person in may of twenty eight. Eighteen they believe that there were still bay still believed in Russian collusion. It was very obvious to me a lot of the questions they asked me showed it very clearly, and you have to read about it in my book. We'll be interested to do that your view from talking to them was their theory was collusion by the Trump campaign with Russia or including the candidate Donald Trump. I don't believe that at the time. They believe the Donald Trump was involved. I believe right now, they still think some kind of because they asked me immediately. How often did Trump talk to stone? What are the next question? Your view. Was there questions had theory were Roger stone was the linchpin, and he might be giving Donald Trump the information to make him an active part of the conspiracy was that they were one of the first questions Caputo. Yes. Yes. I don't know that that they were trying to connect Roger to the president with me. But it was very clear that they thought that there was something going on with Russia and the campaign. Twenty seconds Carter. It was beautiful moment on Friday night when they put out that statement about the false BuzzFeed article. And then the president the next day was saying, you know, very appreciative. I mean, I think when it's all said and done our country all come back together. And we'll we'll be able to move on of fitting fitting hope we heard. Tonight, including your view about the questions on Trump Tower. Roger stone's Lynch pin, your disagreement with mister stone, your views about critiques of the of the entire operation, and you rethinking some of your Russia contacts. I want to say from me personally. I appreciate all of you coming to the table and taking the questions for this discussion. Thank you. Hey, it's Chris as from MSNBC every day. I come to the office, and we make television show in every day. I think to myself there's so much more. I want to talk about and so this is our podcast. It's called why is this happening and the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see out every day. They're driven by big ideas. Each week. I sit down with a person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening. New episodes of why is this happening every Tuesday? Listen for free wherever you get your podcasts..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"And that linkage you spent less time in there, you were the one during the campaign saying what later was proven by investigators that leaks linked back to Russia and all these other people are in the soup deeper. I don't know how to explain it. Except for perhaps I was more of a marginal aid Sam was in early and was very important in the run-up to the the former campaign. I think you're in the jackpot because they were they were illegally wire tapping and financing, you this is this is the time we've seen mister courts, Dr Coursey they're spending a lotta time number eleven Michael. According to what we have three Carter page, according to the public accounts ten so you you come through very good, Michael. If this is the end of the road for you. I think so but at the same time, I think they they told me when we went in there not to make dinner plans win at noon. We were out at three thirty. So I think they were disappointed in the answers that I gave and also disappointed that I that I told them that a an FBI informant approach me, and I sent him to Roger stone informant. That still is out there on FBI visa and former visa dining out and Miami Beach tonight, I wanna I wanna get into that. But while we're on stone you now publicly are saying you won't stand for the way. Roger stone is treating you can put up the tweet. But basically, you allege that Roger stone and info wars are being untruthful about you. Why and defamatory defamatory? I mean, they're both on this whole idea that I had hush money. This started really with Washington Post. I guess last Friday circulating saying coming from the Mueller prosecutors that I was being paid hush money by Dr Jones and the father of Alex Jones, the termination letters available. I published it this morning. It was severance pay was not. Hush money. They're also alleging Washington Post was saying that I was being paid by the NRA, which is paid by Russia and that contributed to info wars. Well, my paychecks had nothing to do with Russia. I've had no contact with your here saying Waterstones should cut it out. And you're saying he's defaming about I'm saying that's not Roger sitting any of that. Well, I'm saying that Roger in his broadcast has been defamatory, and I wanna stopped. Like, I think I think Roger says the same thing about you. I mean, I've known Roger thirty years, Dr Coursey, and I'm not buying this doors Washington actors years on this a lot of the things we say about Roger I think our steering him towards a perjury charge. Also think that it's it's really hurting his reputation. I really believe that the things you said about WikiLeaks. Don't add up the things you say about Rogers asking you for a memo to backup a tweet, none of this adds up. And I think Roger's got all the proof. My emails text. I meditated approve it. And eventually it'll be proven. That's fine. Fact that matter is the reason us three or centrally in there is because the stone I can't. But I I don't Roger finish number two Rogers on Donald Trump. Okay. He's not going to get away witness tampering. He should shut up shut up hours. He when he goes around and lies and says that he was I was the only person he told as a joke that he met with Julian Assange, give me a break. You know, give me a break that was wrong with that said my testimony, and this is the irony of it, whatever Roger wants, tack meet my testimony, contradicts Jerome courses testimony. I defend my testimony. When I recall from Rogers infamous or famous tweet with pedestrians was that we were talked was that it lines up with pedestrians work in Ukraine had nothing to do with emails..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"So you think we're at the end, I think we're at the end. Based on chairman grams discussions with the attorney general nominee. It sounds like they're starting some new investigations, and they're potentially could be some indictment. So we shall say some of you will talk what this somebody you won't. But so we understand because you have experienced most people don't what was it. Like when the FBI brought you in what was the tone? What was the professionalism starting with your doctor course wine-growing book silent, no more? And I think that the entire experience was abusive. I went into cooperate. I brought in proffered all my computers by cell phones by Email accounts. And I expected this to be a cooperative process. The Gotcha games and the memory game started from day one. And you felt they were very adversarial about very abusive and abusive Sam, I thought that the questioning and my voluntary for the first ninety minutes was aggressive. But I understood why they did it the when I did not feel fair was giving me such a small window to comply with the documentary. That was hard ball. That's what made you feel pressed. Correct. I've compared it to a proctology appointment and mine what shorter than I than I thought it would think goodness, you know, March twenty seventeen when I had those discussions with the FBI. I was extremely open. It what was interesting about those conversations they pushed back, and they would actually say to me. Well, you know, our bosses are actually asking us about these allegations. Why look into it? Yeah. I think they actually boots on the ground the actual FBI agents. They saw something a little bit unch shady about this dodgy dossier youth think and your send people a lot of people don't believe you when you talk Carter because of the way you've denied and then come back around on Russia. But you're saying it's your genuine belief that the FBI agents questioning you disagreed with the direction of the investigation they were getting from their superiors that was my gut sense again. I don't like to speculate. On things when I don't know for sure, but agree with that, Michael. I believe rank and file FBI. Yes. But the FBI agents that were in the room with me, we're kind of just the facts, ma'am. Look like an episode of dragnet. You know, they were just taking notes and doing their job. I think that the tactic they used to build a report and they build a report the good cop. Right. Maybe one of these movies. You've know about good Cup that that's what I think at a movie. Well, I mean, my whole investigation gale blew up because I don't have a contact with Julian Assange, and I think the last twenty hours I detail this silent no more, we're very abusive. And I think we're out of order who did they ask most about? Well, they ask mostly about Roger stone. You. Roger and Michael a Rogers dodgy dossier allegations. All that information came out who is that. There's those thirty five pages in a lot of those specific details with the question is were they asking you about foreign contacts. Oligarchs who do they ask you about everything sort of revolved around those thirty five pages in the steel memorandum's, which were totally false as it relates to me. Well, those relate to you going to Russia, and you allegedly holding meetings that was well all of those allegations specifically were with two people. I've never met in my entire life. So they're focused with you was contacts with foreigners. Yes. Yes. And would you too? It was contacts with the president's lawyer who is now going to jail former lawyer, and Mr. stump also for me also a foreign contacts. Yeah. I guess I mean if you setting up against everybody in Trump Tower during the campaign, I probably have more contact with Russians than all of them combined. Might Ukrainian mother-in-law's with us and the Buffalo New York right now, we speak Russian in our house. I lived in Russia for seven years. I worked for the Kremlin. I expected a few questions about rush. How do you explain that with that background?.

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Podcast. This is our a Melber. We have something very special for you here. Just this week, Bob Muller, indicted, Roger stone. And he names two key witnesses that he relied on in part for this indictment. One of them. You may have heard of he's referred to as person one and his name's Jerome Corsi. And he is just one of four key Muller. Witnesses that I gathered together for an interview that we checked is really unprecedented. These are all people who've worked with Roger stone or the Trump campaign. They're very relevant to all the news breaking and we get into it. Sam number in the interview about to hear discusses what he was asked about by Muller prosecutors including Michael Cohen and Trump Tower Moscow three of the witnesses said in this interview this week they were repeatedly asked about Roger stone by motor. Prosecutors. That's even more interesting given the indictment and Carter page, and I go back and forth and get into it about whether it was really a good idea for him to meet with Russian spies. All of that is in this interview. I'll tell you. It's one that we are team here at the beat worked hard on. I hope you'll give it a listen. And as always if you like what we're doing here and the podcast extras feel free to rate us, whatever you think we're worth we love five stars. And thank you as always for supporting the beat with Ari Melber on MSNBC. We are now going to do something. We've never done before all the discussion about the Miller probe. It's rare to hear firsthand. What's happening inside the molar pro because his office doesn't leak accounts from the lawyers and witnesses involved. A rare or offered on background in anonymous bits and pieces to reporters tonight. Four key witnesses in the Russia probe are here in one place for one live interview for the first time together each person at this table that you see is linked to President Trump and his directly involved Bob motives Russia probe each have given some sort of testimony the feds one of these four men was explicitly warned that Muller could indict him Drome Corsey is the only person in this probe to publicly release Muller's written warning that he could be indicted on the felony of lying to investigators one of these four men face the risk of imprisonment for another reason..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"But first, I go to Florida congressman Val Demings who this week was named to the house intelligence committee congresswoman, it's great to have you with us this evening. Let me begin first of all with the notion that Donald Trump said worn perjury. And if he did how serious is that in European did he do that? Well, let me say this. If the president of the United States instructed his personal attorney to lie under oath to the US congress, then that is a disgraceful offense, and certainly a serious validation of law. I know the president said that he could stand on Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and not be held accountable. But I don't believe that. That's true. If the president did what he is being accused of then he will be held accountable. And I would also suggest that he does not underestimate the US house of representatives nor the American people. So I if this in fact is true should Muller alert congress. Should you be notified now? I mean, there's always there's always two sides to this in one people are saying, let's wait to the Muller report comes out. But if in fact, this already is known, why isn't congress being told of this now is opposed to several months from now, let me say this. We've said from the very beginning that we want. The special counsel to be able to complete his work because we definitely want to get to the bottom of it. We want to know the truth. But because we believe this special council should finish his work. Surly does not mean that we are waiting on the special counsel to begin our word. I'm just honored to be assigned to the intelligence committee. I can tell you that we are going to hold hearings that we deem necessary. We're going to issue subpoenas to those people as well as for documents and materials that we feel appropriate. And we're going to provide some much-needed oversight that we certainly have not seen in the last congress, and we're going to hold those who vowed late the law accountable up to an including the president of the United States. All right. So is it time to start talking about impeachment? What is it that you are specifically waiting for is a member of congress who has voted all of this? That is making you say you want to wait to the Muller investigation is over. If in fact, you have much more substantial information that has come out now. In the public spotlight to not push for impeachment proceedings now. Well, I can tell you this. We're not running to when payment, but we're certainly not running away from it. The story that we heard today as I've said is disgraceful. And if the president did the allegations that he's been accused of then we will hold them accountable including up to an included impeachment. But let me say this. I'm not sure the president's biggest concern is that he may be impeached because we really have not closed door on whether the president of the United States can be indicted. And so until that loop is closed a we're going to consider all of our options are at congressman vow damage. Thank you very much for your time. Appreciate your insights as always. And we have a very special guest joining us by phone. Ari Melber has the night off. But he's decided to phone in hell break this story down for never turned on the advice of a good lawyer, like Ari Ari great to have you on with us. Let me first ask you this because I know you've covered so many of these stories from the very beginning. How is this story different from the ones you've covered before? Well, thanks for having me. It's your show. You didn't come on anytime, buddy. Your hard work. I am off with this seem big enough to at least check in with you. Or the story is big because we are looking at an allegation of the direction of criminal conduct by the sitting president. It's not campaign. This is not Prepresident. This is how he conducts himself in office. And that's why the congress as we just heard from your guest is looking at this as a potential high crime because it is a potential abuse of power while in office that immediately Ayman makes it different another aspect to this over the past couple of days has been the president what some have described as veiled and explicit threats against Michael Cohen's family, his father in law..

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