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"alex wayne" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About false testimony of those same standards will be applied to people who we know have given false testimony and the same matter like Komi and Clapper and Clinton, Alex Wayne is Bloomberg news White House editor John joins us now for more on these developments from our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington. Alex. Sarah Sanders, they're trying to spin this development. But this looks to be a pretty serious one for the administration for sure. This shows a person associated with Trump campaign colluding with WikiLeaks, which obtained obtained Clinton campaign emails stolen, by we're we're told. Russian hackers. And so there's like there's a couple of intermediaries here. But this shows this, you know, basically, the shows are Russia a Trump campaign associated person including with the Russians. So we've seen it President Trump and his advisors sort of moved the goalposts as far as any connection of the campaign with Russian with Russia. Do you see any change in tactics? Now that Roger stone has been arrested. Now, I consistently the president. And the people around him have been seem to seem to have been caught flatfooted by by Robert Muller's developments by his indictments and as an his plea agreements. It's hard to discern a strategy or tactics at all. Other than to publicly claim that it's all which hunt. And that there is in fact, no collusion when any any American can read the indictments themselves and see that there are there are now a host of people associated with president who have been indicted or pleaded guilty and some many people involved with campaign had contacts with Russians during the campaign. Alex, Sarah Sanders, also said this morning that hey, these charges are about lying about trying to get other people to lie in this probe. The charges did not include any conspiracy charges. What about that? He was not charged with conspiracy. I suppose that's a fact, but what he was charged with stems from line to congress. Roger stone testified to the house intelligence committee about his contacts with with WikiLeaks. And he he essentially told the house intelligence many that he had no contact with WikiLeaks. They asked him for documents that would show any contact with WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and Roger stone's said he didn't have any this entitlement shows, he had pages and pages and pages of documents. He had dozens maybe hundreds of text messages on his on his phone emails, documenting his his contacts with. People associated with with the leaks. So so he know the allegation, and it's I use that word just to be careful, but the allegations he lied, and there's pretty strong evidence here that he did lie when we heard Rudy Giuliani on the Sunday talk show is people were saying, why is he changing this scenario? Why is he doing this? And oh, he's confused. Now, I wonder as I wonder if that confusion is not so much confusion as it is preparing the public for what might come out next. I think there's been some effort here by by Rudy Giuliani and other people associated with the president to kind of muddy the waters. I mean, the the president himself. I think is trying to muddy the waters and undermine the special counsel with his tweets when he calls. This all witch hunt. And and and declares there's no collusion because he he wants the public to have some doubts about the credibility of the special counsel on his investigation. I assume another thing to be watching for as this moves forward as any signal that stone is cooperating with Muller. There isn't one so far. That's why he was arrested by FBI agents said his home in Florida at six o'clock in the morning because. That Mike gravel you enough to. Change after an arrest. He's a pretty pugnacious, dude. So I don't know if he'll if he'll actually will actually flip. Well, you'll be watching it for us as well. The entire Alex Wayne, Bloomberg news White House editor to thank you. Coming up on Bloomberg politics policy, power and law new negotiations between the senate's top Republican democrat in the White House, signaling potential for a deal to end the partial government shutdown. But before we get all that. Let's check in for the latest world and.

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On shutdown, Trump vows to wait as long as it takes for wall funding

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

On shutdown, Trump vows to wait as long as it takes for wall funding

"On the partial government shutdown unless congress funds his proposed border wall, and he wouldn't say whether he'd accept less than five billion dollars for the project a deal to fund shuttered government departments still seemed out of reach today. The sixth day of the partial shutdown Bloomberg White House team leader, Alex Wayne says, the Democrats aren't looking for a deal. I don't think Democrats are in any mood to compromise. Because on January third they take over the house at which point they could pass. Pass a continuing resolution, and they'll just reopen the government and keep it running at last year's funding levels. The Senate is scheduled to reconvene this afternoon. And there are no votes planned in the house. In fact, there may be few senators around today. Russia's says it tested a

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I would Alex is like that's adorable. I do this every day. I would I would call it. A an unusually unusually usual day for for Donald Trump at an international summit today. But we still got another day of of these things. One thing I want to know that with the United States and China is listening to our surveillance team on radio this morning, Tom Keene and Jonathan Farrow. And you know, I can't remember the guests that was on. But it was just talking about US China. This is not something that you get done in a day. These issues are complicated between these two nations. So whatever we get this weekend. Folks. It's just the first step of a many step process. What's supposed to happen? In January is the tariffs that Trump has already applied on on Chinese imports ratched up from ten percent to twenty five percent. I think what is gonna come out of dinner tomorrow is that that increase is gonna be. It's gotta be postponed. Trump, and she you're going to declare that they're that the talks are promising that we don't need to ratchet up our tariffs in January as previously scheduled is that is that what we got from Robert lighthizer, you know, kind of early in the process it's going to be a successful. They've already telegraphed we've reported at other people reported it that that that sort of the outcome of this particular meeting tomorrow is probably going to be a kind of a ceasefire and the and the trade war, but we'll see I mean, you could also go very badly. You never know with this president. And and and he could remain on schedule to to go ahead and increase the the tariff rate he has said repeatedly over the last couple days. He's happy with the deal. We've got now China which is terrified and most of the stuff they export to US NBS go back to their. We just have about a minute left here. I mean, this is very interesting. Right. This is the global leaders there. I really really do. Traction with him. After Shoghi, and I'm just the death of journalist, Mr. chrishogan. So I'm just curious. I don't know what will be the takeaway are what is it that, you know, global leaders want to make sure that they least give off visually. Yeah. You know, I saw a clip of Emmanuel Macron meeting with NBS earlier this morning and their conversation looked you know, a little bit tense. But also, basically amicable I mean, Ron wasn't Mike pointing his finger and a chess or anything like that. Trump and NBS exchange pleasantries, the White House said Trump himself said they greeted each other. They haven't talked, but they might he said, so, you know, I don't I don't know. I don't know that anything is going to really develop with our damn out of this summit. Alex, Wayne White House team leader for Bloomberg. Joining us from the nation's capital. I was gonna say you're going to have a busy weekend. You got a busy weekend every weekend. We really appreciate you providing some of this context for us, Alex, thanks so much so lodge watching one of the things we didn't get to. We just ran out of time is obviously hanging over all of this is big week in the Mueller investigation as well. So certainly that is weighing on the president and his administration globally a lot going domestically when it comes to the Trump administration. We'll see, you know, I I'm curious for the weekend talk.

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G20: Trump meets with Xi at bilateral dinner; Saudi Crown Prince welcomed by Putin

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:33 min | 1 year ago

G20: Trump meets with Xi at bilateral dinner; Saudi Crown Prince welcomed by Putin

"Talking about the global economy security so much more increased tensions. So definitely stoked by the US, specifically president Donald Trump's trade war. So let's get into this with our own Alex, Wayne, he is White House team leader joining us from the nation's capital, Alex. I think we all know what we're all waiting for is that dinner between trial and Chinese president Xi Jinping on the weekend. So tell me kind of where we are based on the kind of the news flow so far. He's got a couple of meetings with leaders, including dodge tina's, Argentina's, president Japan's Prime Minister any sign of this this NAFTA rewrite the deal he calls the US Mexico Canada agreement. The U S M. A pass congress. Right. I mean, that's one of the issues that seems to be coming to the fore. Now, he signed it he touted. But there's still a ways to go here. Right. Sure is. Yeah. And it's not even gonna get to congress until Democrats take over the house. Right. So I would not I would not bet a lot of money that the US MCI becomes an effective treaty. So what are the things we wanted to make sure we asked you about Alex says, you know, we we've seen a kind of the Tableau of the world leaders all getting together and seeing each other. They have you know, what they affectionately call the family photo where everybody gets together. But the lead into that was if I was sitting around my kitchen table at home, my kids would be looking at it and saying awkward. What was going on down there? You know for for once Trump wasn't the most isolated guy. One of these one of these summits. I don't know if you saw Mohammed bin Salman he was sitting by himself. The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, right? And then and then Putin and admit NBS had this weird high five handshake thing, you know, to two guys alleged of murdering their screen each other admitted national summit. Trump seems to be so far getting along. Okay. With people. He hasn't. He hasn't issued a tweet and salting the host nation like you did before you ride and Franceschi weeks ago. Right. So we'll see how it goes. I, you know, like, he says we'll see we'll see what happens and part of it obviously has to do with what he says on the way out. I mean, I think back to the g seven in Canada. If I remember that. Typically, the communique

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Trump asks Cabinet to draft possible trade deal with China

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Trump asks Cabinet to draft possible trade deal with China

"The report, the I've seen those reports that I can't comment one way or the other about what folks are working on for the president behind the scenes that's all covered by executive privilege, but I can tell you that the president had very promising call with presidency. We're looking forward to him having a very productive meeting when they meet at the g twenty meetings. Alex, Wayne is Bloomberg news White House team leader. He's in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington, and he is not covered by executive privilege. So. Is this a real policy effort by the president or just politics before the midterms as some of his critics say, yeah. Hard to tell hard to tell it's always hard to tell you know, based on based on what you've heard from our sources, he has told his his cabinet to to draft up some potential terms for a deal that he could that he could reach at the g twenty. But there's a lot of skepticism about this. A lot of skepticism about this. I, you know, there's the big sticking point still is is China's theft of technology from from US companies and the force technology transfers, they they make US companies go through in order to get into business in China. China hasn't shown any indication they're gonna they're gonna stop those practices, and until they do Trump would look weak. If he if he agreed to any deal short of that, Alex, what has been happening with the trade relations with China over the past six months has been. Now, there's been hardly anything. The last time. Trump, and she spoke was in may. And if you remember. But

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Verdicts. For two full Trump allies Ed, Baxter's go global news and he is a Bloomberg nine sixty seven Franciscan. User, art what have we got here the music. Is coming from the the rally that the President Trump is going to, have at the top of the hour yeah there's they're starting to set it up now you can. Hear the noise in. The background and this on a day that many could argue is not a good day for the president Paul Manafort. Jury finding, him guilty, of, eight fraud counts jury hung on ten others former Trump fixer entering plead. Guilty pleas, Michael, Cohen on eight counts the most significant. Dealing with payoffs stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal with intent to influence, the two thousand sixteen Presidential campaign Bloomberg's Alex Wayne joins us now, live Alex starting with Manafort, the president says this does, not, address collusion in any way shape or form if collusion is to be addressed it would be in that arena with with that verdict correct Well, no. Paul Manafort was. On trial for, for crimes that he committed before we ever, joined Donald Trump's campaign it was stuff that was, on earth in the course of special counsel Robert Mueller's, Russia Collusion if there. Is any, going to show up as as Muller probes. Further into things like the twenty sixteen Trump Tower. Meeting between Don Jr. and the Russia Moyer who. Is supposedly bringing him dirt on Hillary Clinton all? Right, but. But did have those those Russian connection so that could be part of the puzzle then and he. Has another trial scheduled for two weeks he could cooperate or potentially wait, for Trump, pardon Yeah I don't I don't see a pardon being very likely I think I think congress would respond unfavorably toward a presidential pardon of Manafort or of of Michael Cohen that could that could reasonably seen as Maecenas. Obstruction of, Justice since since a pardon would would possibly. Be aimed at at discouraging mandatory from cooperating with. Prosecutors got it okay now with regard to Cohen. Although the president was not named in the. Please Does this seem to indicate. That. There, were were any payoffs to influence the election, he, did say at the direction of in quotes the. Candidate did he not Michael Cohen implicated Donald Trump and. A, crime he. Said that the president directed him to violate. Campaign finance law lawyer Lanny Davis statements eighteen minutes ago confirming that the candidate the unnamed candidate Michael Cohen was talking about in in court is Donald Trump everybody already knew that of course okay so but so so so that's a dance then but but everybody. Knows that. That. He is the candidates so, then I had to do it in this way You know I am not actually real sure about that. I suspect it has to do. Some. Sort, of a legal maneuver perhaps Michael Cohen is, wholly, out for a lesser sentence if he if he. Starts cooperating with prosecutors he has not done so yet Right. And I was gonna say the next step, is that he he could be Waiting to cooperate then and and this is just the first step to enter? These please to see what would happen or he could be holding out for pardon I suppose it'd be suddenly pardoned by the president then then he's actually not. Advocated anybody, crime because he never said the president's name. And, and and corporeal, Spartan, but again I don't think apartments very likely for either yeah and and Alex the. The president and his response has has talked about Paul Manafort not? About Michael Cohen does that say. Anything or is that just reading something into nothing I think it does say something I think I think the president and his lawyers much more concerned about about Michael Cohen's statements today in court and the outcome of Michael Cohen case than they, are about manafort's case Trump says. Accurately that the charges. For which Manafort was convicted have nothing to do with them they dated. His campaign. He cannot, say. That about the charges. For which Michael Cohen pleaded guilty all right very good, Alex. Thank you very much we'll, talk with you in a bit, Alex Wayne Bloomberg News I'm Ed Baxter, in San Francisco and let's get. You back to rich. Rich Yep we got.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Do you believe Russia's, continuing to meddle in the election process, to which the president quietly, said no now White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says, he was, saying no. To something else I talked to the president he wasn't. Answering that question he was, saying. No he's not taking questions and I've stated what our position is but reporters in. The room say his answer was. No to, continued meddling reporters including Bloomberg's Alex Wayne I. Think the president spoke from the heart. On Monday he was honest, on Monday everything he said since Monday has been a pretty frankly bad attempted cleanup and FBI director Christopher Ray now is speaking. Up he says Russia is still very much in. The game the intelligence communities assessment. Has not changed my view has not changed, which is Russia attempted to interfere with. The last election and that it continues, to engage in malign, influence operations to this day he says a Muller probe is not a witch And it's still meddling he also says that in the, long. Run China is much. More a threat than Russia the president on CBS he. Says he has talked to. Mr Putin I let him. Know we can't, have, this we're not going, to have it and that's the way, it's going to be now, the New York Times has just pushed out a, report and, I'll read. Just from the top paragraph two weeks before his inauguration. Donald Trump was shown highly, classified. Intelligence indicating that President Vladimir Putin of Russia had personally ordered complex cyber-attacks to sway. The 2016 American election the evidence. Included texts, and emails from Russian military officers information gleaned. From top secret source close to Mr. Putin who described to the, CIA how the Kremlin decided to execute its campaign of hacking and this information so if this report and again is from the. New York Times is true and substantiated the president New. Before, his inauguration that Russia under, the direction of land directly of Latimer Putin had ordered the meddling global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick. Tock on Twitter power by more than twenty, seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than. One hundred twenty countries. In San, Francisco I'm Ed Baxter this is. Bloomberg Brian thank you. Very much let's.

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Trump On EU Auto Tariffs, I Just Want Fairness For Americans

Biden's Briefing

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Trump On EU Auto Tariffs, I Just Want Fairness For Americans

"Hey, you listen to Biden's briefing every day. I had relevant stories and topics news to share with you and now onto the bravery. Trump tariff threat on European cars, escalates global trade war by Jenny Leonard, and Richard Bravo for Bloomberg news with assistance by Ben sills, Alex Wayne and Ryan bean President, Donald Trump, threatened a twenty percent tariff on cars, imported from the European Union. Unless the block removes import duties and other barriers to US goods escalating global trade war. The EU warned could endanger three hundred billion dollars in commerce based on the tariffs and trade barriers, long placed on the US and it's great companies and workers by the European Union. If these tariffs and barriers are not soon broken down and removed, we will be placing a twenty percent tariff on all of their cars coming into the US build them here Trump said in a tweet on Friday, the EU plan to retaliate according to a European Commission memo obtained by Bloomberg and introduction of. US tariffs would be met with the equivalent penalties imposed by affected trading partners. It said shares of Volkswagen AG dime. L'oeil AG and BMW AG fell in Frankfurt and US auto companies, erased earlier gains in New York trading Trump's tweet came hours after the EU impose tariffs on about three point, three billion dollars of American products in response to his barriers to imported aluminum, steel, the European tariffs target politically resonant products, including twenty five percent duties on Harley, Davidson, motorcycles, Levi Strauss, and company, jeans and bourbon. The EU measures cover a total of around two hundred categories also including various types of corn, rice, orange juice, cigarettes, cigars t-shirts, cosmetics boats, and steel trade war. Trump's latest salvo against the European auto. Oh industry threatens to broaden a trade war that he's already sparked with China. The US has pledged to impose twenty five percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars in Chinese goods on July sixth and China vowed to retaliate. In the same amount of US imports, the US may justify the auto tariffs on the grounds of national defense just as it did in March when imposing duties on global imports of steel and aluminum Trump initially exempted the EU from the metal tariffs, but let the temporary reprieve expire after negotiations with the Europeans fell apart America's ambassador to Germany. Rick Grenell is in Washington this week seeking deal on auto levies. He spoke to White House trade advisor, Peter Navarro, commerce, secretary. Wilbur Ross US Trade Representative, Robert lighthizer, and Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin about reducing existing tariffs on cars shipped between the US. In Europe, two zero, their support in the administration and from German carmakers for such an idea. But no agreement has been reached yet. Rarely used the Commerce Department in may started investigating whether imports of cars and light trucks hurt America's ability to defend itself by a rotating, the country's auto industry. If the findings show a threat to the US a nineteen sixties era. Trade law gives the president of thority to impose import restrictions without congressional approval. Many lawmakers have been critical of Trump's use of the trade law which was rarely applied before he took office Ross during a Senate hearing on Wednesday faced heated questions from GOP lawmakers who argued there was no merit to claiming auto imports threaten the country's defence capabilities Bill Reinsch, senior adviser at the center for strategic and international studies in Washington and former. Commerce official said the president's tweet may undermine his government's argument for auto tariffs, having ordered an investigation into whether auto imports are a national security threat. He has now undercut that by reaching his conclusion before the investigation has barely begun. Reinsch said it's a classic case of ready fire aim, and it will only lead to litigation in the US and a loss at the WTO. When we are inevitably taken, they're buying European the Washington trade association for BMW dime, learn and Volkswagen's operations. In the US warned consumers will be harmed by higher tariffs, consumers fare best when tariffs are low Gloria Burke west spokeswoman for the alliance of automobile manufacturers said in a statement, the group also represents General Motors company and Fiat Chrysler automobiles and v Trump's tariff rhetoric further undermines US auto market alr-. Ready in its second year of decline. After record sales in twenty sixteen said Cody Lusk president of the American international Automobile Dealers Association. He pointed to dime Lewis decision on Thursday to pare its profit outlook as an early example, you're already going to see prices going up incrementally as a result of the steel and aluminum tariffs in the auto sector said Lusk, whose group represents foreign branded auto dealers in the US. All of that combined with increasing interest rates is a recipe for disaster. Thanks for listening subscribed to the briefing share with a friend so we can build a bigger more inclusive conversation.

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Spotlight: U.S. faces retaliatory tariffs worldwide amid escalating global trade spat - Xinhua

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Spotlight: U.S. faces retaliatory tariffs worldwide amid escalating global trade spat - Xinhua

"And we had we're actually talking to former new york senator al d'amato yesterday about this republican and he said republicans need to do something about this it is it is supposedly the party of family values right sure i'm just throwing stuff out ask a question i'm just reporting what a former republican senator said about yeah he he definitely reflects a a probably a pretty small fraction the republican party these days that that wants action on this issue once actually a sort of a in a progressive way or a liberal way i guess to to help immigrant families and young immigrants in this country or who are undocumented well to quote another tweet from the president i think on this issue it never ends bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne thanks guys enjoy the weekend i let the latest world the national headlines right now nancy lyons is standing by in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump is trade threat today saying the us will impose a twenty percent tariff on all cars imported from the european union this unless the trade bloc backs off of the tariffs that took effect today on us goods like harley davidson motorcycles in bourbon whiskey bloomberg's craig trudell covers the auto industry in detroit he says tariffs on foreign cars especially those from germany will hurt hurt us manufacturers like ford they have some vans that come into this market and make some vehicles in europe you have chrysler which obviously employees a ton of people around here in detroit that they have vehicles coming over from from europe some jeep suv's i don't know that the administration has really addressed this fact that that there would be significant punishment handed down to some some us companies in addition to the germans that you know he he's taken to task many times on twitter and interviews the supreme court says police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects movements by collecting information about where they've used their cell phones the justices five four decision is a victory for privacy in the digital age police have used the collection of cell phone tower information in many of their criminal investigations president trump is expected to make remarks on immigration this afternoon when he meets with angel families those are families who have lost loved ones due to the actions of illegal aliens at the world cup today nigeria just to feed iceland twonil earlier today brazil beat costa rica global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm emma chandra is news update is brought to you by national realty developers of prime new yorker broke in philadelphia and delray beach real estate up to twenty percent return properties see them at a dot net.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Leader kim jong un but as he begins a working meeting at the white house with south korea's president moon jaein the us president is casting doubt on whether the summit will happen as scheduled saying it could be delayed it may not work out for june twelfth for more as this meeting continues we're joined live by bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne alex quite the pool sprays just now they always are yeah stand other marathon you know i i in the week i was asked where this summit was headed and i i kind of predicted it was like you know i i kind of put the odds at fifty fifty in today i'd probably put him about forty sixty the that it actually goes off it sounds like it's it sounds like it's not in a great place right now and i i don't know whether that's i don't know whether that's because of what north korea was saying last week sort of threatening to pull out themselves over military exercises and john bolton and whatever else or whether it's donald trump getting cold feet worried that he may go into this summit in come out with damage to show or that he can't strike kind of dealing with north korea he wants them to completely give up their nuclear weapons as soon as quickly as possible but either way it's it's looking a little rocky or why isn't it just publicly posturing by both sides could be i you know we we don't.

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Federal judge asks skeptical questions on Mueller's authority to bring charges against Paul Manafort

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

Federal judge asks skeptical questions on Mueller's authority to bring charges against Paul Manafort

"Molar investigation here but i don't rule it out we'll be keeping an eye on track any headlines that do come out of the national rifle association annual convention in dallas that speech set to be getting less than an hour bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne thanks again and hope you have a great weekend thank you still to come on politics policy power law the us looks beyond the iran nuclear deal is the may twelfth deadline is now just a little more than a week away i the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks eighth in a federal judge in virginia today it's been asking skeptical questions about robert muller's afar data bring charges against former trump campaign chairman paul manafort on tax and bank fraud charges federal judge t s ellis that third is suggesting the real reason that robert mueller is pursuing manafort is to pressure him to sing against trump the judge withheld a ruling on the indictment manafort is also charged in washington c well president trump as you all have been hearing is on his way to dallas to speak at the national rifle association convention he spoke to reporters this morning before boarding marine one and commented on the russia investigation and the possibility of doing an interview with special counsel robert muller i would love to go i would love to speak but i have to find that we're going to be treated family fairly and asked for his new attorney rudy giuliani trump says he'll get his facts straight that seems to suggest he feels giuliani misspoke about reimbursement to the president's personal lawyer michael cohen for payments to porn star stormy daniels trump says giuliani will be making a statement of his own shortly well the time in place has been set for a us summit with north korea's kim jong un but president trump is not saying when or where he also says the withdrawal of us troops from south korea is not on the table as he looks to get kim to give up his nukes at what will be the first summit between a us and the us leader in north carolina north korean leader global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists in the analysts thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm julie hyman elliott management.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The president may now nominate to run the veterans administration the president did say on fox this morning that he has somebody in mind with political capability yeah we don't know for sure a rick perry the energy secretary has been mentioned before as a possible sort of lateral move over to the veterans affairs department i know if rick perry wants to take that on the energy department is doesn't help trump either cabinet right right so they'll they'll they'll nominate somebody else that that that they've not vetted for energy and then we'll run into this whole scenario for energy what are your what are your thoughts in general on the president's call into fox this morning you know i kind of from his perspective and from his lawyers perspective it was sort of a disastrous interview why he's already been the federal prosecutors have already cited that interview and a new court filing against michael cohen this morning it's unbelievable an hour and a half after the interview there's a filing in court manhattan citing the interview in this case against michael cohen personal lawyer so here we have the president of the united states handing evidence to prosecutors are investigating his lawyer on fox and friends interview it's it's just my head is spinning still from this interview and credit to fox and friends they kind of like they kind of just let them unspeakable on live television they didn't they didn't jump at very favorable network to the president they didn't jump in and try to get them back on course they didn't the question they didn't i won't say they asked very hard questions but they didn't they didn't try to cushion things for him they sort of let him rant really on live television and and the result was pretty stunning all right bloomberg white house team leader alex wayne bringing us up to speed on all the things that have been going on with the white house or some of them anyway we're going to continue to stay in touch with you on that coming up on.

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Mark Zuckerberg speaks, after Facebook says Cambridge Analytica had 87 million users' data

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg speaks, after Facebook says Cambridge Analytica had 87 million users' data

"Let's get a check back to world and national news headlines back to nathan hager in our washington dc newsroom nayef carol thanks we'll just a week before mark zuckerberg repairs to testify on capitol hill facebook his company now says the data of up to eighty seven million people may have been improperly shared with cambridge analytica that is an increase from the estimated fifty million who are thought to have been compromised by the research firm tied to donald trump's 2016 campaign now berg is set to appear before the house energy and commerce committee to answer questions about all this a week from today we will have full coverage here on bloomberg radio one of the ceos of oracle reportedly criticized the bidding process for a pentagon cloud computing contract during a private dinner last night with president trump people familiar with it say software cats told the president that the the process appears designed for amazon to win people go on to say the president told cats he wants the bidding process to be fair though he gave no indication whether he'll actually interfere it would be highly unusual really improper and possibly illegal for the president to interfere in this and this pentagon contract bloomberg white house senator alex wayne says the president has been known to exert his influence on pentagon spending before particularly with boeing's air force one and a fighter jet contracts thousands of google employees have signed a letter to ceo center pichai urging their company to pull out of a pentagon program that uses artificial intelligence to interpret video imagery that could be used to improve drone targeting the new york times reports this letters garnered more than thirty one hundred signatures global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg spearfishing has or will strike your business wreaking havoc on your employees brand and your bottom line spearfishing can't be stopped by traditional email security solutions because messages appear to be legitimate from your boss a trusted colleague or a vendor asking you to wire money confirm log in credentials or worse barracuda sentinel is artificial intelligence for real time spearfishing and cyberfraud defense reclaim.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Again the dow up two hundred one points the sp 500 up twenty three now back to bloomberg politics policy power and law i think john last week president trump announced new tariffs that will be coming on steel and aluminum imports 25 percent for steel it'll be percent furlough it'll be for a long period of time and the announcement has sparked protests from many us allies but president trump and his cabinet continue to promise they will be imposed with no special exemptions for any one country for more bringing bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington and alex it's it's not just the allies that are protesting this move its many of the president's fellow republican right allies around the world and the president's allies in congress her are pretty angry paul ryan this morning i don't know that i've ever seen this his staff circulated a story about the dow drop in a hundred points because of concern about the tariffs i think the message they're trying to send their as paul ryan is not very happy about this and we know that the president likes to tout the stock score at times as well does the president the president knows where the stock market as at and it's you know it's interesting as a tweet about the stock market a lot in the last month or so but i think that's a that's a shot from paul ryan riding him this is this is what we've got gone force going into the midterms what were running on is a strong economy they say thanks in part to our tax law that we passed last year and these tariffs could mess it all up and could really damage us even even more than we may already be damaged so it they they they want this reversed i don't think they're going.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Made this sort of unnecessary snide aside about the dreamers uh which i think really turned off a lot of a lot of democrats where does this leave than the prospects of these bipartisan proposals uh immigration reform the dreamer fix the infrastructure budget caps all that is on the table on this this this speech didn't do any thing to advance any of the bipartisan work that needs to get done uh yellow ideally this month i don't i don't think there's going to be another shutdown i think democrats i were burned by the last one they didn't get anything out of it particularly at least they were seen not get anything out of it but it that you know they're to they're they keep passing these continuing resolution these temporary spending bills everybody agrees they're not good for the for the government that the the pentagon wastes money when under these continuing resolutions um because of the way they operate and so they they they really need to resolve this this spending issue and passer past national budget for the whole year uh but but i don't think this the speech going to help him get there those sophocles speaking i tell me about whether state of the union speech is really matter anymore you and i care because cover the staff politicians and you asia candidates care and i think the markets care to a point but does of dissidents it's it's like medicine you want a first do no harm in i think he did do some harm here to to his believe it or not to our relationship the fall was already in pretty bad shape with democrats have even seen complaints about his body language during the speech hugh is sort of a turn toward the republican side of the chamber the whole night i'm reading reading that only that teleprompter according to democrats at one one democrat and english chris murphy of connecticut tweeted that it that they got they got to give his back was that i mean it was just it was you know the the the some of the bipartisan rhetoric was there but it just wasn't backed up with anything policywise your any real sympathy for opposing points of view all right alex wayne thank you for joining us and bring us up to speed team leader for bloomberg news white asked he later want to continue with our coverage the state of.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The dreamers uh which i think really turned off a lot of a lot of democrats where does this leave than the prospects of these bipartisan proposals uh immigration reform the dreamer fix the infrastructure budget caps solve that is on the table on this this this speech didn't do any the thing to advance any of the bipartisan work that needs to get done uh yellow ideally this month i don't i don't think there's going to be another shutdown i think democrats i were burned by the last one they didn't get anything out of it particularly stay are seen not get anything out of it but um that you know they're going to the there they keep passing these continuing resolution these temporary spending bills everybody agrees they're not good for the for the government that the the pentagon wastes money when under these continuing resolutions um because of the way they operate and so they they they really need to resolve this this spending issue and passer past national budget for the whole year uh but but i don't think this the speech going to help him get there philosophically speaking go on tell me about whether state of the union speech is really matter anymore you and i care cover the staff politicians and candidates care and i think the market scared to a point but this is the units it's it's like medicine you wanna first do no harm and i think he did do some harm here to to his believe it or not to our relationship the hall was already in pretty bad shape with democrats have even think complaints about his body language during the speech here is sort of a turn toward the republican side of the chamber the whole night i'm reading reading that only that teleprompter according to democrats at one one democrat in english chris murphy of connecticut tweeted that it that they got they got to give his back was them i mean it was just it was you know the the the some of the bipartisan rhetoric was there but it just wasn't backed up with anything policywise your any real sympathy for opposing points of view all right alex wayne thank you for joining us and bring us up to speed t leader for bloomberg news white house dean later want to continue with our coverage at the state of the.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The dreamers uh which i think really turned off a lot of a lot of democrats where does this leave than the prospects of these bipartisan proposals immigration reform doug dreamer fix the infrastructure budget caps all that is on the table on this this this speech didn't do anything to advance any of the bipartisan work that needs to get done uh yellow ideally this month i don't i don't think there's going to be another shutdown i think democrats i were burned by the last one that and get anything out of it particularly least they are seen not get anything out of it but it that you know they're going to the they're they keep passing these continuing resolutions these temporary spending bills everybody agrees they're not good for the for the government that the the pentagon wastes money when under these continuing resolutions um because of the way they operate and so they they they really need to resolve this this spending issue and pasa past national budget for the whole year uh but but i i don't think this the speech that to help him get there those sophocles speaking go on tell me about whether state of the union's features really matter anymore you and i care because to cover this stuff politicians and future candidates care and i think the markets care to appoint but does is a units it's it's like medicine you wanna first do no harm and i think he did do some harm here to to his believe it or not to our relationship the fault was already in pretty bad shape with democrats have even think complaints about his body language during the speech here is sort of turn toward the republican side of the chamber the whole night i'm reading reading that only that teleprompter according to democrats at one one democrat an english chris murphy of connecticut tweeted that it that they got they got a good view of his back was that i mean it was just it was you know the the the some of the bipartisan rhetoric was there but it just wasn't backed up with anything uh policy weiser any real sympathy for opposing points of view all right alex wayne thank you for joining us in bringing this up to speed team leader for bloomberg news white asked him later want to continue with our at the state of.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A bit too far you're on its i talk a little bit more about the uh the trump agenda a here on bloomberg politics policy power law alex wayne a white house team leader at a bloomberg news is with us here in the studio with a white girl just about a little bit more than an hour to go be part before president trump lauds the final patnaik a victory lap yeah pats himself in the back right where we saw this before with the with the healthcare pasalic but here we are work were crossed the finish line he's not a legislative victory to end fortyseven saint this is a legislative victory he can go into 2018 claiming that he he won something big is something big in congress no doubt and i think the the politics and the policy outcomes are are still to be seen i think there could be some pretty bad politics and policy outcomes from this bill in the future for for the president and then the republican party but for now they can they can they can celebrate it is a gamble it is a roll the dice both on policy and on policy big legislation always is look at what had him with the affordable care act the democrat democrats passed that it was arguably both legislative victory and a policy victory of and it did it did real things policywise it may people's lives better but they got hammered for it and the next arguably three national elections that followed that that bill there is little doubt alex that both sides republicans and democrats are going to run on this issue tax overhaul in 2018 can you kind of give us a preview of uh of of what the what the ads might look like in the next couple of months i i think i would probably have more fun is a democratic add rider than or a public i'd add writer to be honest i i think that the democratic ads kind of right themselves republicans took out a a one and a half trillion dollar loan from your grandchildren to give tax cuts to corporations and wealthy people i mean that's that's that's going to be the the democratic attack line and for republicans i think they are going to have to they're going to have to.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He would do with brought the moller once she gets closer to the white house he doesn't he you know there's a controversy of whether he can fire bob muller we think he probably can't but he can set in motion a process in which he could remove him and that is ah i think what the markets are concerned about uh that would create a constitutional crisis in everything gets put on hold including the tax bill and just also to add that michael flynn is is the charges that derg's you talked about has to do with conversations between sin and the russian ambassador thanks very much a marty shankar bloomberg good cheese content also serves you're listening to bloomberg markets salads little or 991 newsroom in washington dc were nancy lyons has world the head national headlines stance well it is a busy day a guilty plea in a promise of cooperation coming today from michael flynn the former national security adviser to president trump flynn appeared in a dc courtroom this morning and pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about the contacts he had with the russian ambassador abc news is reporting flynn is prepared to testify against the trump administration and say trump directed him to contact the russians the head of bloomberg's white house team alex wayne says so far no response from the white house to these latest developments i suspect that the president's lawyers are working very hard to try to prevent him from tweeting about this uh can't there's no way you can help himself by publicly commenting on the case at this point i think there will probably be some sort of official statement from the white house at some point we of course have called everybody at the white house and trump's legal team to to to solicit a comment we haven't heard anything back yet in a statement flynn himself calls the guilty plea away to set things right and he says it was in the best interest of his family and the country the senate tax bill is headed for a round of marathon votes today with the goal.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Climate or the current republican party flake said he had not soured on the senate loves the institution to that as a traditional libertarian leaning conservative republican he's out of step with today's trump dominated g gop he said this bell will pass but not by next year could be i mean and play a guy would discourage uptake of a better grasp of the book climate naresuan at idea what does this mean for major initiatives here here at the president is out there front and center trying to get some changes in terms of tax policy but even his own members of it has been destruction his theory in ministration has different story so what does it mean for initiatives like this i kill you know i adding pack added tax overhaul is going to fail uh based on a congressional republicans being unable to negotiate their differences on that at all not not necessarily that that trump white house during although they start what our help in as our governor this morning but they're their messaging i don't think that i think like corker both would have probably been votes were attacked overhaul if one could get the coordinator at one target any chance that these guys are backing out because they might be a presidential van themselves just quickly i don't think so i haven't heard anything like that corker would be the only one i picked by stranger things have happened alex wayne root alex thank you so max breaking dance matt breaking news and senator jeff flake again not planning to seek reelection in 2018 for his senate seat sueno white house editor at bloomberg news from our bloomberg 991 studio in washington dc you're listening to bloomberg markets on this busy tuesday afternoon carol massar cory johnson and reed radio business in.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Didn't tax added tax overhaul is going to fail based on congressional republicans being unable to to to to negotiate their differences on the bill not not necessarily kinds of stuff that that trump white house of doing although they certainly are helping us our coverage showed this morning with their their um i don't think that you know i think i think flaka corker both would have probably been votes were attacked overall um if one could get to the quarterfinal picked at one can't get to the for any chance at these guys you're backing out because they wanna do a presidential run themselves as quickly things thinks i haven't heard anything that corker would be the only what i i would take my turn the stranger things have happened alex wayne believe it alex thank you so much breaking down some of that uh breaking news and senator jeff flake again uh planning to seek reelection in 2018 for his senate seat alex wayne our white house editor at bloomberg news from our bloomberg 991 studio in washington dc you're listening to bloomberg markets on this busy tuesday afternoon carolmassar cory johnson nbc radio all money managers may seem pretty much the same but well some money managers may recommend high commission investment products fischer investments avoids them some money managers may have hidden layered fees fischer investments never does and while some money managers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do wilder not fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better in other words we're structure to be on your side maybe that's why most of our clients come to us from other money managers talk.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The big picture here if you have all these aids worrying about how they're going to pay their legal bills and how they are going to respond on two subpoenas and how they're going to appear before a grand jury potentially what does that mean for the president's agenda asanka i mean this the this investigation is as we as a reporter as breeding already cut it out in the sphere of paranoia and the white house in and trump's orbit people don't wanna talk to each other about what's going on if you if you if you hire a lawyer that lawyers probably won't advise you to keep your mouth shut and if it comes up at a meeting to walk out and and sure it hurts working relationships within the white house it hurdle search with the agenda on on the hill these people are distracted with all this stuff flour they're going to work with congress to get tax reform plan past the well i you know the hilas the hill is shown that it's it's not really function at a high level without the russia investigation to worry about right now so i i don't know ivy a part of the members of congress to multitask if they want to i i don't i don't think the state address the issues that should be a distraction for them they may use as an excuse in about thirty seconds just educate as this is all happening the and the need for the funds are are are out there because of personal lawyers that are being hired these are not federal lawyers are now white house lawyers of quickly add distinction between yatta the white house counsel is there to defend the white house not the president personally or any of his staff personally so if you are a staffer involved in these mestigation you be your legal expenses are on you thanks alex that's bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne you're listening to bloomberg politics policy and power after facebook revealed evidence of russian election and spending during the 2016 campaign the federal election commission voted unanimously to begin a rule making process for disclosures for online at that's intelligence committee cochair mark meadows it's one of the most outspoken critics have faced telling msnbc more needs to be done to prevent the problem from getting even worse i think that we're still at the tip of the iceberg but the.

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"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alex wayne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reports quotes us officials saying the test was conducted in the city of you when song where previous tests had taken place us president trump says he doesn't have recordings of his conversations with then fbi director james comey libertes alex wayne says it will make investigating possible links between the trump administration and russians tried to influence the us presidential elections more difficult the house and tell us as many which is one of the panels investigating the whole russia mass had asked the white house produced by tomorrow any tapes of conversations with comey they made that request after trump himself made the suggestion on twitter so those investigations will proceed fortunately they won't have any audio evidence to work with the president raise the issue of whether he was taping conversations in a series of tweets suggesting tapes existed but today trump tweeted i did not make and do not have any such recordings us democratic lawmakers are renewing their push to get deutsche bank to disclose sensitive information about to politically charged matters loans made to president trump and the banks evolvement in a trading scheme mm for wealthy russians to convert more than ten billion dollars into western currency dha has refused to turn over documents pertaining to the president citing federal customer privacy laws senate republicans have released a draft proposal to replace obamacare and immediately four republican senators opposed it the bill rolls back medicaid expansion tension in ends the mandate requiring most americans to have insurance but provides more than fifty billion dollars to stabilise the insurance market here in asia thailand's parliament has passed a bill allowing the ruling military government to continue to impose its policies the legislation calls for the creation of a national strategy committee to oversee the longterm plans of governments over the next two decades in the uk british prime minister theresa may says eu citizens currently living in the uk can stay after brexit may called it a fair and serious offer as she met with eu leaders in brussels there are nearly a million eu citizens currently in britain and hoover technique is is said to have hired the lord to help with the company's defense in a civil suit brought by a woman who is raped by an uber driver.

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