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CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Returns to TV After Zoom Call Incident

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Returns to TV After Zoom Call Incident

"A legal analyst who has been sidelined for months has now returned to the air after a seven month break CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin is back at work on the cable outlet it is the first time he has been on the air after being caught fondling himself when as soon call with staffers on New Yorker magazine that costume is magazine gig but to then went back on CNN to say that he's happy to be getting another chance but not before he got grilled by one of the anchors Alisyn Camerota asked him directly just what were you thinking two bins response he wasn't thinking very well or very much to the apologized to viewers said he had gone through therapy and will try to regain their trust after that to them began giving commentary on a pair of legal issues now when the news I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Been attempting to address the criminal justice reform issue he said the first step back to set up the first police commission since Lyndon Johnson we've been looking precisely at these issues and will be coming out very shortly with our proposals on this and he's also advanced opportunity zones in the inner city and he's pushing for school choice for inner city parents such attacks to me the civil rights issue of our era I mean that's what the presence of concrete issues for the black community was all over the George Floyd killing was horrified saddened by it medially implemented a FBI DOJ investigation on it and what less when you mentioned Lisa Bender this is the main issue she's the president of the Minneapolis city council she's been interviewed by our ex friend Alisyn Camerota from C. N. N. take a listen do you understand that the word dismantle or police free also makes some people nervous for instance what if in the middle of the night my home is broken into who do I call the I mean I I hear that loud and clear from a lot of my neighbors and I know in myself too and I know that that comes from a place of privilege because for those for whom the system is working I think we need to start back in the match and what it would feel like to already live with that reality where calling the police may mean more harm is done yes well of our call or Patrick lives in that reality those seven people shot yesterday living that reality and they call the police Hey listen to Miranda Devine great column is with the New York Post that got a new found friend of sick Rosenberg's Twitter Twitter power raising about my toilet and the president just retweeted some she tweeted out just moments ago US she's coming up this hour on the Bernie and sid show latest news behind the scenes videos all now like seventy seven WABC on Facebook Hey.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Bernie could win don't vote for the weakest candidate a lot of Democrats crossed over and voted for Donald Trump not realizing that he become the disruptor in the better candidate the only one who could take on Hillary I'm voting for Bernie because it's the clear choice let's put socialism on the ballot let's compare socialism to free market economics let's see his judges versus trump's judges let's see his military budget first of trump's military budget let's compare his regulatory state versus trump's regulatory state trouble when don't vote for him because he's weak because you don't know who can mobile Albert is pretty strong Robert Costa by the way was on MSNBC with Nicole Wallace our friend casa summed up I had a mom before the debate hello everybody thought after the debate here's what he told Nicole Wallace cut number fifteen for many moderates in the party last night was a disaster because they were hoping either mayor Bloomberg would take control of the race for mayor Rudy judge presented a club which are vice president Biden would take control of them the message in that wing of the party instead it remains scattered it remains balkanized in the centrist wing of the Democratic Party in senator Sanders when you look at national polling continues to surge ahead and this is why they don't invite me on the call show there is no centrist wing of the Democratic Party there is left far left it over the edge laughed there is no centrist wing but they don't want me to say that to it and put me on the call shop Tom's tire on with CNN's Alisyn Camerota yesterday he declared the winner of the debate cut number one well I saw the person who won the debate last night his name is Donald Trump that's the first thing I'd say what do you mean by that resident trump win because I saw so much bickering between democratic candidates tearing each other down and going after each other and forgetting the fact that what really counts is beating Donald Trump in November of twenty twenty people going after this dire you're here has been to I mean people are throwing away your votes on anybody except burning or Bloomberg or build a judge John Kerry is out there stumping for Joe Biden it's like what was that movie the Walter Matthau was in the old guy movie overbilled when Kapil met John Kerry and Joe Biden doing grumpy old men he walked into a room there are literally two dozen a dozen people there customer sixteen but I know that each one of you here since this country.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But that doesn't mean you weren't sexually assaulted when certainly would hope so as you think about this, Alexis know, I think of Roger ills, I think of an interview that he gave where he was asked about leadership. I think it was in the early two thousand talked about well, if you don't have integrity, if honor if you're not honest with the public, you're you're going to have nothing in retrospect in view was particularly Ron because it was conducted by Charlie rose himself had similar stains against his his record that we did not at that time know about at least not publicly Roger Ailes meet a meal out of the Clinton scandal did is their way in which Roger Ailes was serving public benefit by pushing hard on the impeachment process, or was it purely a political plan his part. I don't think it was a public benefits tool. I think it was purely in service of getting eyeballs onto FOX, you know, kind of the most. Scandalous story is great, you know, the nation under a Soltau moral, you know, values, you know, under attack. I think that was the sort of drumbeat, and you know, nobody understands a sexual harassment sexual harassers when I can say. And it's you know, I absolutely agree that. You know, it's political not Roach aerials sexually harassed and abused Republican women. He was Republican. It has nothing to do with it. Matt Lauer on how in film least sort of ironic clips, you know, us to take the step back. It's not really about politics. It's about morality these. Oh, we'll things you know, states moral universe. We live in what's what's wrong, what's gray area. It's nothing to do with politics. And in some ways, it doesn't have all that much to do with sex. Although it does it's about the use of power for sex the use of power for advantage. The use of power you think it is about sex. I don't know. You know, I I said that to Alisyn Camerota in the interview, I is it. Well. Excuse me. I said well, clearly it's not about the sex. It's about the power. And she looked at me. She said mass sometimes it's about the sex. So I think, you know, Bill Clinton I would agree with that. I mean, what's fascinating to me about both of these films is just the rank hypocrisy that I mean on minute one essentially that to even remotely think this is about morality and character is such a censor myself. But it it's just be us. You know, and and you know, we have a clip of Roger stone from on talking about Ensley talking about the moral character of the president very struck by that Roger stone, of course, appearing throughout the Trump scandals and himself in his private life. I don't judge private life spectacularly colorful in what he used to be appropriate. Not appropriate. The ales thing is interesting too. There was power and his use of power over people takes different forms. Right. There was this interview had with Clint back who I've talked to a couple of times over the years, but not in quite this way, where he's talking about both decision to get out and also his conversation with Ailes set this up he talks about Roger Ailes asking him question and pulling a thick stack of papers out of his desk drawer plunking on the desk and asking them about what is he asking? He's asking Glen whether he's done anything untoward in his life went basically, whether he's cheated on his wife..

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"An envelope with cocaine and he takes it never taken him before. He went on to have the game of his life was Orange Bowl MVP. They never took never played another game without using. And thanks power from there. Now when I was. Born I walk into my sixth grade classroom, and all I get as potatoes to story is south though, cliff star threw away life for drugs and a big picture of my dad on the Dallas Morning News behind bars. That's the only story I get it wasn't until I wrote this book that I saw that. My dad would not have been that addict. That I came to know if it wasn't for this moment of glory. You see what I'm saying? So the football material and in some ways, this is book in part is trying to use this sport this game. As almost like a test tube for the ways in which I shook structures and systems lead people to certain decisions, you write that gale was the loneliest place of all for you. And yet, you know throughout the book you're talking about being on the football team. Having a sense of comparatively with these gentlemen, helping lead young black men on their time on campus being part of different student groups. What was what was that loneliness stemming from? Robbed at Yale. And I write in the book that felt that it was like when the when a Cooley meets the Brahmin. Yeah. Yeah. And I feel very clear sense that from black people on campus, even hey, we're black and you're a nigga. Went back. A few years later in a senior administrator was talking to fifty eighteen year old black boys black MS union. And he was a very respected person on the faculty in administration. His message to them was. You can be a token. But if you're going to be a token to speed the best token, you can be. And that broke my heart man because it spoke to what I'm trying to work against in this book. So often, we are told kids we'll give you the keys to the kingdom. We'll give you the degree and the job and the imbalance to the party's embrace to this great show in retire. We're going to ask you to leave pieces of yourself outside. And what I'm trying to say because I've lived it is that that burden that bargain is not worth it. Did you see that your success or your ability to punch through was almost like a salve for this machine? Casey, Gerald's exist. He he made it out. I don't necessarily have to tinker with the infrastructure problem the systemic problems because hey, here's the sky. He's out absolute lists that great line and bonfire of the vanities Wolfe writes sums got to keep the steam down. Yeah. When I first went to Yale. There were posters were put up in every school in Dallas said look. Who's going to Yale? He did it you can too. And at that time felt real proud of myself. I said oh boy. Yeah, I'm a big star. And then I saw more, and I learn more, and I live morning felt real say it, and I should've wept because when we send that message we tell kids who don't make it quote unquote that it's their fault. And we tell the rest of us that well, there's nothing that we have to do. So I write in the book about maiden, George Bush, and we were in a buffet line at his presidential library was very random meat and a few months later he was out in Beverly Hills event. He was telling folks must story as sort of this. You know, look at what America can do and felt increasingly complicit so Hugh disbanded the nonprofit that you had created which. What out and tried to inspire as a small communities all over the country in some ways, this is a post to be the path of success that you'd gone to offend tastic Ivy league undergraduate school the best business school in the country. Now found these other people that can start this company the goal these this current system has to scale this solution up big and here, you are about why what I'm saying with this book is that we find ourselves in a situation as the side, perhaps his individuals that doesn't work maybe works for those Harvard Business School alumni, but it doesn't work for the vast majority of that must be a better way than one save you one organization one centralized figure solving the problem that ought to be on the backs of every person in this society..

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"A mentally tired in a in a way that I don't I don't know. How to explain exactly it's not like I couldn't do another album now at the same qualitative level as I've done the last two three albums, which I think are as good as I've as I can do as I've ever been. I think I could do that. But I'm not sure that that's the most interesting choice for me. I think that there might be something that could be more interesting. But I don't know what it is. So let me ask you about in the blue light then because the latest album where does that fit into this evolution that you're talking about because it's older songs that you'll repurposing correct? That's right. These are songs that I thought were well written good songs that were. Overlooked or. People that notice them when I put them out either because they were on an album where other songs were hits or because they were on an album that wasn't a hit or whatever they were. They were odd. So I took these songs that I that. I really liked some re recorded them changing the lyrics on own maybe half of them here. And there. And. Changing the harmonies. And again, the context and the the musical setting gives the songs. A fuller. Meaning that also. My voices change to and it's it's it's a little bit more mellow now. And it fits it fits the lyrics in a way that I think is an improvement over the first time around. So what I mean, can I ask you what is your favorite song? Do you have a favorite song of all of all time? No, I don't know. I don't. But I do enjoy sending you know, some of the ones that are. I really do. Enjoy singing the box. So I really do. Enjoy singing the sound of silence on this last tour. I finally found a way of singing bridge over trouble water that was neither like the Simon and Garfunkel recording which is really art Garfunkel masterpiece vocal. But I found a way of singing it that allowed me to say. Oh, yeah. I wrote that I wrote that song that's bridge over troubled water. And I wrote it I think you said about bridge over troubled water that when you're writing it, you realize that it was exceptional. I thought it was your better who is better than they usually did. And it came. Flowed. The way the way I described earlier as if came as if it came through me. And obviously, it's part of the Simon and Garfunkel legacy. Will you ever made peace with each other? Oh. Oh, I think we have. Yes. That's that's I don't know. How to even even approach that? That's. This too much damage that was done, you know. But you know, it's like somebody that I've known since I'm eleven. So I understand I under. I understand why I think I understand why. Why it happened? But I think it's best to stay away. Stay away. For just for safety sake. And so, and so I do you know, we've tried we came and did several. Reunion tours. Especially the one where the ever Lee brothers joined us. They were a pleasure. But not always, you know, there's. It's just doesn't work. We're gonna it doesn't work. It's really not unusual in duos or groups if they do stay together, these kind of groups, they're they're just there for the money. You know, it's not it's not about it's not because of musical reason to stay together. And I think the beetle Beatles left broke up because they were. Nothing finished as musical entity..

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"It's really true. That music is is the universal language to cliche. But that happens to be truthful. How'd you feel then after all these years of telling that truth the amusing three a words of retiring and not doing live performances anymore? You just gave your last concert in corona. Correct. Very not far from where you were raised where you grew up. What was it like what was it like singing and performing? But knowing this was the last time you'll going to deliver that truth. First of all, I don't intend for it to be my last performance. I just intend for it to be the last time that I go on tour. I would like to. An I intimidate that I will perform again. After after taking a break, but I'd like to do it for specific causes, and I'd like to do it for my own pleasure in. In concert halls that have pristine sound. And with perhaps different musicians that I admire and play a repertoire that I is different from what I've been playing because as you said before some of these songs I've been playing for thirty forty years not that I wouldn't play a song. If I didn't like it. So it's not that I dislike them, but I'm ready to ready to say, I I've examined this music as much as as much as I can. And I think it would be good for me to stop and think for a while listen to music again. Read travel, stop and then see. What what happens? You know? A thought comes into a musical thought comes into my head of through all these years. And I say, oh, how does that become a song? Now, I say no don't solve it that way, just leave it alone. Let's let's just see what what happens. I already have not that. I actually believe in this. I don't believe in legacy. Well, I mean, I don't believe that there's any importance to it. But that way out of course, people have legacies. But I've already left. A great deal of my thinking, I just turned seventy seven. So I've already left left my thinking through these these songs some of which are very very well known. So it's good to stop and see what else could could. I what else will. I think of or maybe I won't maybe I'll just. Take a rest, are you tired? Yeah. I'm tired. Not physically tired. I'm. I'm..

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"Take me back to that moment. If you can what I remember most about that moment was coming from the dressing room to the studio where my mind is as it usually is when I'm about to perform focused on what I'm about to do. But I passed by these lines of firemen and policemen. And the reality of what had occurred. And what's what the situation was that? I was performing the context that I was performing and was very powerful very powerful. It was very emotional and is seldom that I feel my heart pounding. I mean these songs legendary and they've been going for more than fifty years the box sounds of silence bridge over troubled would all those classics and Ziff they were written yesterday. They still mean so much to so many people. Are you surprised by that? Absolutely. Absolutely. I think I was twenty two years old when I wrote the sound of silence. I think because I closed when I did the last performance on this final tour the last song. Was the sound of silence. And I thought how at twenty two this even happen. No, I didn't know same with bridge over troubled water. I've I've said this before I wrote the song when it was finished. I said. That's better than I usually do. And but what I've come to realize over time because there's been a few other songs that are in this category. Graceland would be in this category. Where you feel as if you're a conduit and the song is coming through you you're shaping it. But you're absolutely surprised that what's happening. And you don't know why. And you don't know where it comes from. But. But I recognize that that happens sometimes, and it's it's led me to be more spiritual person because of the mystery of it, so you mentioned the central park concert. Of course, sounds of silence was among the many that you sang, and we're just overlooking central park. And it's you know, I really wanna play a little bit of that concept. Ten thousand. Hearing with snakes. People writing. That voice..

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"So we know about Nixon, we know about the first George W Bush, the the the Willie Horton ad all of those things but FOSS forward a little bit now to President Trump. What did you learn in the documentary about his active help folks is active help in in the in the Trump campaign? While I mean, he was very active. I don't think Donald Trump was necessarily Roger Ailes first choice, but he'd suddenly given him such of ample opportunity to sort of prove himself and way before the election. He puts Donald Trump on every single Monday on his own, you know, on a show every Monday, and then, you know, given him interviews on all the major shows in FOX, you know, not talking specifically about political strategy about the economy about immigration giving him kind of political legitimacy. Nobody else did that, you know, Donald Trump might have been famous for the apprentice. But to that's there's a pivot from fame into kind of a political sphere. And Raja's, certainly, I mean, wouldn't you say I'd say he suddenly gave him that. Oh, absolutely. I mean Christiane that's what happened. I watched it happened. It was on FOX and friends. And that's when. Trump became upon ticket. Or that's when he would talk about national and international issues. That's when he became a pundit. And so he was no longer just this Bon vivant real estate mogul, which is what he had previously been known for. And suddenly he started being seen as somebody who had a voice in the political arena. And I watched I watched the creation of the Donald Trump presidency. And I do think that President Trump can thank Roger Ailes for that. Is really a remarkable story divide and conquer. Thank you. Both very much. Indeed, Alexis bloom and also Alison cameras. Thank you so much. So if Roger Ailes said, the political Choon for contemporary America, so many believe then pull Simon remains champion of the counterculture in music bridge over troubled water sounds of silence. Mrs Robinson, Grayson you'd be hard pressed to find a music fan of any age who doesn't oh one of.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"As Alison said the talking points that one shouldn't stray from. While the talking points. You know, don't don't say you love Hillary Clinton. But I think kind of the more arresting part of that was having the whole place bugged. I mean, you know, if you went off topic, you know, either on camera or in private it would be heard about, you know, if you weren't kind of loyal and obedience to the message the man and the corporation and Joe Muto says, you know, if the surveillance, and if you express an alternate point of view, it will be noted and many people said that I mean, Glenn Beck said that and ask Allison Allison had some personal experiences with that too. Yeah. I I will I will get to that in a moment. But it is really remarkable because surveillance speaks to paranoia, not just political surveillance, but paranoia, and you bring that up in your film, quite quite effectively. I mean, often nine eleven sort of a bunker in his own home, the fear that Libya. Libyan's al-qaeda types were out to get him. But let's get back to the beginning. Because you also actually lay out where these grievances this sort of politics of personal victimhood and the politics of grievance would born he was a haemophiliac, and that comes through his mother, tell us a little bit about you know, how that played into his worldview. Well, I'm not a psychiatrist psychoanalyst. So I don't know exactly. But he had a very sort of intimate relationship with fear. You know, he was a he Metheny Atkin growing up in the nineteen fifties in Ohio that was you know, there was little to no treatments. Apparently, they used to hang him upside down sometimes so that the blood didn't pool, you know, he thought he was going to die. So he was incredibly fearful and. You know, I think that informed him, you know, all throughout his life. You spoke about the paranoia. It's sort of. It's all when when people have fair when children grow up with fair or adults that there's two ways to go you either become very cautious or kind of the stereotypical thing. Is that you become very reckless. You kind of live each day. Like, it was your last and kind of you have, you know, incredible appetite for things, and he was suddenly the latter and he had this kind of boundless ambition. But, you know, at the base of it was a very profound fear, and this kind of growing paranoia and accompanied it. But it also kind of weird I'm gonna play you both the sound bite again from the documentary, you document this anecdote about ails childhood. It comes from Stephen Rosenfeld who worked with ails the media company, even before folks that was in the seventies. This was the sort of legend that went around, just listen. Was on the top bunk. His dad walked in opened up his arms and said jump Roger jump and Roger jumped in his father stuffed away much of film on the ground. His father looked down on medicine. Don't trust anybody. I mean, you it sounds so dramatic and Alison I wonder whether that legend went around FOX is sort of this is who Roger Ailes is. Well, it's interesting. He told me a different legend about his childhood. He told me that he was in a hospital bed, and that he overheard doctors telling his parents that he might not survive, and he told me very tearfully. I mean in a heartfelt moment, you know, Roger could get quite emotional that no kids should ever have to hear that. And he told me that if he decided there, and then that if he did live, and if you did survive he would fight every single day, and that's where taught him to fight. But what Christiane is important to say is Alexis figured out in making this movie was it it was a pauper full this that tale that he told about the jumping off the bed is one of these apocryphal tales of the mythology ising.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Amanpour

"Is all about. So Alexis bloom is the director of that new film, and she joins me from New York alongside Alison Cammarata who's now anchor of CNN's new day, but she began her career as a reporter and an anchor at Fox News. Ladies welcome to the program. Alyssa you. You. Alexis. Let me just start with you. And Austria about two to react to what he's often said. Roger Ailes basically said he had a vision for the average American. He wanted to provide, you know, somewhere for the average American to to be able to get their news. What did he mean what was his vision? What was the average American to him? I think the average American was an underserved audience. He always called it the underserved audience was which was sort of in between New York and LA he defined it as sort of antithetical to the sort of coastal elites. So it was the middle of America. He always defined it as sort of the people that he knew when he was growing up. He grew up in Warren, Ohio. And he was like those my people, you know, kind of simple hard-working, blue-collar, Americans and Republicans. I don't know. Whether that's really the case it sounded so great so wholesome, but he had a much more kind of ambitious and sort of mercantile. Kind of perspective. You know, he kind of he wants to capture the conservative base. I think and and keep them keep them bloomed, which he she absolutely did. And I just turned to Addison who actually worked there for a number of years. Alison, he said, I built FOX understanding the pressures worries an aspirations of average Americans. I love these people how did that translate in marching orders to you, the the workers, the worker bees if you like it, folks? Well, it's interesting what he told me. And this is almost for Begum. What he told me was that he figured out that forty eight percent of the cable viewing audience was conservative. And at twenty percent was liberal and twenty percent. He said were swing voters meaning independence. So he said that he figured out the business model that he if he could capture this forty eight percent that previously hadn't heard their own voice kind of reflected back at them. Then he would really have something. And in fact, he did that. And so the way it translated in terms of programming was that he would often call me into his office. If he thought that I hadn't been conservative enough, and I had a lot of debates with Roger about how I was not supposed to be conservative. Nor was I supposed to be liberal. I was supposed to be a journalist. I was supposed to be fair to both sides. And he would tell me things like in less. You get these conservative talking points down. You will lose the off. Since he would say, and I would try to tell him that. I thought he was under estimating the audience that I thought the audience could actually hear both sides, and he would sort of bang, his fist on the armchair and say don't tell him how to program televisions, you know, basically lost every fight. Well, yes. And he was a sort of a larger than life. Character backed by an even larger than life character Rupert Murdoch whose had incredible influence on leaders of governments from Australia to Britain to America and points in between. So given this idea of shaping the network towards one political point of view, I wanted to play this bit Alexis from an interview you did for the documentary. And that's is Joe Muto. He was an associate producer of folks. This is what he tells you about the working atmosphere inside. I was told my first week on the job Roger has this place. Bugged? He's got the newsroom bugged. He's got the elevators bugged. He's got all the talent offices bugged don't talk about. Roger don't talk about. You know, how much you love Hillary Clinton because when fire you if you're talking like that. Says how many people sort of confirmed that sort of point of view, the very sort of political marching autism?.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Okay um now speaking here of not having the decency to shut up let's go to jack kingston okay former republican representative jack kingston was on cnn with alisyn camerota she doesn't let people get away with anything so i'm not sure he picked the right showed at the try to pull this maneuver uh he decided that he was going to launch a conspiracy theory about how wasn't the students who were upset and want to rally against gun violence in and four gun control that it was actually nefarious left wing groups i would think that the students had pretty good grounds to be upset and pretty good motivation to organize but apparently chang jack kingston doesn't think so and by the way just a little bit of context here this is the guy who is often called a moderate republican and enabled by guys like bill maher who would have modest show all the time as some sort of socalled'moderate let's see if that's the case watch this you're serious you think he's on their own volition allison i think is a horrible tragedy and i am heartbroken the young people had gone through this and i hope that it never happens again but i also know that their sorrow can very easily be hijacked by leftwing groups that do you think it has an agenda well let's ask ourselves do we really think that in i say this sincerely do we really think seventeen year olds on their own are gonna play plan a nationwide rally i i would say to you very plainly that a organized groups that are out there like george.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"We started on satirical website but it got picked up a gun picked up and went all around the world and also trump prays colonel sanders for service in the in the civil war and finally just just last week trump was angry what michael woke drug was angry at the what because the white house did not have the guerrilla channel that went around in a round before it got corrected it was it was planted satirical but it got picked up it was fake news and i give the award to these people now best actress so not be a journalist but best actress ngo jim mitchell msnbc i can guarantee you every single day in her hip are on our social lie at least twice about something donald trump did that he did not do best supporting actress nicole while this says i said best actor every single day gotta go to quiz cuomo see up cnn every single morning he'll sit there with alisyn camerota and every single day hope underway to quash donald maybe fred for some reason these long debt god writes the seoul best supporting actor don lemon hates donald trump i'm i gotta tell you why those of my awards foot outdoor supporting actor actress and supporting actor okay can i just say this bill is also a biased the corruption is biased omission sure you don't see these stories about the people who were liberated from the isis caliphat because trump took to change the rules of engagement you don't see those human interest stories we'll just as we point out northsouth korea that the bonuses that people got going into a small town or internet community and say how we go.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"And we started satirical website got picked up a gun picked up and went all around the world and also trump prays colonel sanders for service in the in the civil war and finally just just last week trump was angry when michael woke drug was angry at the what because the white house did not have the guerrilla channel that went around and around before it got corrected it was it was planted satirical but it got picked up it was fake news and i give the award to these people now best actress so not be a journalist but best actress ngo mitchell msnbc i can guarantee you what we single day in her hip are on our social lie at least twice about be donald trump did that he did not do best supporting actress nicole while the says i said best actor every single day got to go to quiz cuomo see up cnn every single morning he'll sit there with alisyn camerota and every single day hope onto what across donald and maybe fred for some reason these long dead god rest his soul let's supporting actor don lemon hates donald trump and i gotta tell you why those of my awards foot outdoor supporting actor or actress and supporting actor okay can i just say this bill is also a biased the corruption is biased omission sure you don't see these stories about the people who were liberated from the isis caliphat because trump took it would change the rules of engagement and you don't see those humaninterest story logistical as we point out into a south korea and it will still on the bonuses that people got going into a small town or into rains community and say how we go.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Young Turks

"We're gonna hire more workers as what fedex said that's what they can do with the money because otherwise they don't have reminded our workers and before we get the great followed do that a sumers that's only true he said word forty and others are twenty actually no we're not at forty the top rate for corporations or thirty 35 percent but most of them don't pay that would see more doesn't tell you is that the effect of corporate tax rate the pact's they actually pay is twenty two percent so we're not anywhere near forty so that that lie about all of all above the poor corporations buried forty percent not remotely true but alisyn camerota who is actually pretty grade and she online a lot of other anchors had an excellent follow question wants us aren't they can also automate things yes i mean is he actually giving a number of how many workers he's going to hire how many well he he sent thousands and and that's one company i mean and apple ceo tim cooke said that they're going to bring one hundred fifty billion not on on fifty million one hundred and fifty billion dollars back to the united states shamma that will go to dividends to shareholders alan shinpan some of that money will be used to expand thousands was awesome great follow question there so now let's show you some of the reality of what we already know so this is they say oh well if you give me these future task us out creatures well okay will you guys have had a lot of tax subsidies in the past from the federal government no so from different state government so what happened in those cases maybe they'll be guideposts for us so that's what steve horne looked at here ups's apply foreign bit approved for at least nine point two five million dollars in tax benefits from the indiana economic development corporation e i e d csis 2012 according to contracts reviewed by t y t so.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So as we move into this new political season and as the narrative that trump is hitler has failed and has the narrative trump is crazy is starting to fail it's going to be trump is mean trump is mean trump's policies are mean they're not the best thing for american of course this one is easy because what you're doing is you finding we all had this idea that these little tiny children who brought in crete lived in their lovely mother's arms and now we have to be protected from deportation and the thing is but what the press wants to do is they wanna make everything story and then the only wanna tell you one kind of story so just i mean just look at this alisyn camerota cnn i mean this is absurd asking the really tough questions of a guy who's his he a young man who says he's a dreamer entering have called the possibility of this terrifying what do you mean i think it's terrifying we can be so easily betrayed by the government asking us to give so much information that we had to give to be accepted into dacca and then to have a turnaround on a very exceptional group of people i wanna ask you about that because when you heard the idea that there was going to be this daca program and the dreamers near you brought here at four years old we're going to be protected did you have second thoughts about giving euro commission to the government.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"During the election my mom and nine sat down and watch trump for a while and we just keep commenting on how does no one realize he has dementia and this is actual come visionary having 'cause he used a jackie like my dad was oh dear at the and it's all it's funny because uh someone actually the articles saying does trump have dementia and everybody was attacking him on the personal what the auto enrolling wires this saw off on limits this the to even consider and they're talking about abe he'll now on twitter you can talk about anything in a straightforward way without a much jargon coming in to newest erasure an able ism in august the for like you're like i i i think trump's crazy or whatever their la la land dropping though grazing received paid any meuria yes it in the whole thread becomes you can't use the word crazy instead of talking about hey when we talk about whether he has this on condition and i won't stand someone who's dan had dementia and lift he's doing a lot of the same stuff like my dad inappropriate contradicts himself from five minutes to the next thing is kind of silly they'd be just can't even have a civil conversation about stuff anymore he it i i didn't know yet dave across controversy about alisyn camerota all ever let anything now my grandfather had dementia to and i remember it because my mom would like send us pictures of him uh putting raising brand in the coffee machine mother month sending you pictures of that because there's plenty honey a this is funny i davorg but yes the peterman mind said nobody nobody like i do because year too friendly humor where you can yeah because it's coming miserable situation source mean you don't love them yeah yeah but you don't love trump yeah on our president totally cuddly but yeah i yeah lake aids especially interesting that dementia been considering like the 50000 fuck articles that are like.

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"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"alisyn camerota" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"We can review getting slowly through all of the major occurrences happening in this kellyanne conway cnn new day scene and promised not to identify pro trump ready user if he apologized a nice thing yes this week put the nail in the coffin of cnn finally call it you can support jerry there i mentioned earlier this the media had jumped the shark i cnn has finally among themselves the trump made a bill and it's amazing after all the tax against trump he turned on them he struck back he gave them enough rope as i said and now they have jumped off the bill because all day a wednesday's edition of cnn's new day host chris kobo and alisyn camerota addressed the apology the network was able to give cnn to get from the reddit user behind the gif of president trump wrestling is cnn image superimposed on w w e founder vince mcmahon trump tweeted out the give and received widespread condemnation of course quote something remarkable a thought happened yesterday i thought it was remarkable that cnn found the reddit user who created the give of donald trump and the wrestling video and where he punches cnn so the investigative team went back and forth and found the guy who first created this and took credit for it and then he then here comes the remarkable part he apologized you can hear this from bracing participating in themselves all take another issue that came up here something remarkable i thought happened yesterday i thought it was remarkable that cnn found this the red it means or who created the gift of you know donald trump in wrestling video where he punches cnn so the investigative team like that and found the guy who first created this he took credit for it and then here comes the remarkable part.

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