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Afghanistan Crisis: Who Are Isis-K?

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:01 min | Last month

Afghanistan Crisis: Who Are Isis-K?

"Been discussing tonight. The president repeatedly insisting he's got to stick to this thirty. One august evacuation timeline deadline because of the threat posed by isis k. That's this terrorist. Group said that today claimed responsibility for this attack in kabul that has killed over a dozen. Us servicemembers nbc news. Chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea. Mitchell has our report tonight on this group in their motivations have been warning for days about the threat from isis k. Culminating in a red alert last night for americans to stay away from the airport gates a warning that all too true today. What is isis k. Off-shoot in afghanistan of the islamic state that originated in iraq created six years ago in pakistan an avowed enemy of the us and rival to the taliban is extremely real. We've been talking about. This is manifest here last few hours. Thousands of hardcore islamic state commanders were released from jails across afghanistan by the taliban in recent weeks since the taliban takeover easily melting into the teeming masses in kabul only yesterday the secretary of state warned it was a high risk threat were operating hostile environment in the city and country now controlled by the taliban with the very real possibility of an isis attack. And i says kay isn't the only terror threat. The taliban is name the leader of its most radical branch. The connie never to be in charge of security in kabul khalil. Connie a five million dollar bounty on his head. Brazenly showing up at friday prayers in kabul last week and the connie's have strong ties to al qaeda also in the mix. What's clear is that the taliban either couldn't defend against today's bombings or won't now the question is. How will the president deliver the forceful response. He's promised after the us withdraws

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:34 min | Last month

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"You hear that that wasn't us that wasn't our silence that was the microphone being turned off after biden smirked at a question asked of him if americans are still in afghanistan after the deadline. What will you do right now. Right now the. Us embassy is telling americans trying to get out to get out of the airport. There are at least three. Us marines who have been injured in this kabul attack at the hamid karzai international airport. The capital is confirming multiple explosions at the airport. And even andrea mitchell has turned the trump hating democrat loving andrea mitchell of nbc news challenging the secretary of state yesterday on nbc. Listen to this. We evacuated our embassy and there have been cables back then. I know you must be familiar with or your teams are of people who feel completely betrayed and these are thousands of people that we rely on it. Embassies all embassies around the world. The message is going forward that we will not be loyal they were told about the evacuation. They were not put on those choppers with our american staff and they were forced many of them to find their own way through the taliban checkpoints and they get turned away at the airport and some even got turned away once they were inside. So what is the message to people working for the us. Government veterans groups are angry about the issue and then there are all the millions of afghan women who have told their daughters and been raised under this promise of a future which the taliban are already. According to ambassador revere today is denying. There are horrifying examples from provinces and from inside kabul people being targeted door to door people in safe houses being out. And all this promise of you will be safe. The taliban spokesman said stay in your home is because we haven't told all of our people how to treat women how to respect women. They also say you can go to school. You can work as long as you comply with sharia law which under their interpretation is the most extreme example of the islamic code is seen anywhere in the world i of the eighty two thousand plus people who have been evacuated about forty five forty six percent have been women and children and we've been intensely focused particularly on making sure that we can get women at risk out of out of harm's way second with regard to women in other afghans. At risk going forward we will use. I will use every diplomatic economic political and assistance tool at my disposal closely with allies and partners feel very much the same way to do everything possible to uphold their basic rights notice. What did you notice. He didn't say anything about military's economic diplomatic every tool except military. Why don't we blow them to smithereens. they are terrorists. Why do we not militarily rescue americans who are stranded in afghanistan this is unreal and now multiple explosions being reported. If you're just joining us in kabul afghanistan diplomatic. You're going to be diplomatic with terrorists. Yes you are. That's the biden way. This would not be the trump way. Make no mistake. Trump would not be playing footsie at this point with terrorists. And as you heard jen psaki. Yesterday from the white house confirmed we evidently do negotiate with terrorists since the terrorists have taken over afghanistan in what feels like the blink of an eye. Chris you're on the mike gallagher show. Hey chris welcome. How are you good A lot of people forget the number two al qaeda She al sawari he could still be alive and i were him. I mean this is terrible safe. But if i were him i would water a operatives still in afghanistan to capture americans. Okay and hold them hostage with with. I give trying to break She khalid out of one tom now. That's not hard to believe. And i don't know i mean i listen every scenario. We go from the frying pan to the fire here. Chris it's going to get worse and worse. There's no way this gets better and now with an unknown number of injuries perhaps fatalities in this attack a multiple explosions. There is a there is a political answer to this and it's going to start in california and a couple of weeks. There's no other way around that by his announced he's campaigning. For gavin newsom. Which is probably music to. Larry elder's ears and all of a sudden all of a sudden all the fake outrage over january six. This is going to get interesting tonight. The guy who shot and killed. Ashley babbitt is going to be interviewed by lester hold on. Nbc news what do you make of that news. Tonight on nbc. Lester holt is going to interview the capitol police officer or law enforcement still know exactly who he is. But i guess we'll find out tonight unless they blur out his face and muffle his voice and refused to identify. And i don't know are they're gonna identify him tonight. We're gonna find out but all of a sudden january six doesn't quite seem to be the nine eleven pearl harbor epic event that the beast tried to.

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MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Challenges Antony Blinken Over Afghanistan 'Betrayal'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Challenges Antony Blinken Over Afghanistan 'Betrayal'

"Even andrea mitchell has turned the trump hating democrat loving andrea mitchell of nbc news challenging the secretary of state yesterday on nbc. Listen to this. We evacuated our embassy and there have been cables back then. I know you must be familiar with or your teams are of people who feel completely betrayed and these are thousands of people that we rely on it. Embassies all embassies around the world. The message is going forward that we will not be loyal they were told about the evacuation. They were not put on those choppers with our american staff and they were forced many of them to find their own way through the taliban checkpoints and they get turned away at the airport and some even got turned away once they were inside. So what is the message to people working for the us. Government veterans groups are angry about the issue and then there are all the millions of afghan women who have told their daughters and been raised under this promise of a future which the taliban are already. According to ambassador revere today is denying. There are horrifying examples from provinces and from inside kabul people being targeted door to door people in safe houses being out. And all this promise of you will be safe. The taliban spokesman said stay in your home is because we haven't told all of our people how to treat women how to respect women. They also say you can go to school. You can work as long as you comply with sharia law which under their interpretation is the most extreme example of the islamic code is seen anywhere in the world i of the eighty two thousand plus people who have been evacuated about forty five forty six percent have been women and children and we've been intensely focused particularly on making sure that we can get women at risk out of out of harm's way

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NBC's Kristen Welker on Improving Equity in the Newsroom

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:30 min | 7 months ago

NBC's Kristen Welker on Improving Equity in the Newsroom

"Brought up something at that. Leads me to buy next topic. Which is diversity in newsrooms and you talked about one thing. That certainly affects that. Which is it pay journalism. It's rough for a long time. You know we. I definitely experienced for for many years but throughout your career. you know. you've been focused on improving newsroom diversity. And we've got a question from one of our each cure. Stacey her question is how does race inform the way you approach your work and i would also just follow up in and out onto say what do you wanna see. More of in order to improve equity in newsrooms. Well first of all. I think about andrea mitchell when you ask this question one of my mentors and what the newsroom looked like when she was here and how far we've come and i talked to her about this all the time. We have come so far from when you know she was. Maybe only one of two women in the dc bureau and now it is such an incredibly diverse place to work when you compare it to where she started our white house. Unit is mostly women. And that's something that were so incredibly proud of. We have a diversity in terms of race as well throughout all of mbc. And i think that. That's something that our president cesar conde has really put a focus on which makes me really proud to work at nbc. To answer the first part of your question though. Like how do i see myself. And how does race play a role in my journalism. I think that first of all. I mean i am a black woman. So i bring that sense and sensibility. That everything that i do. When i walk into work my goal is the same every day which is to make sure that i'm getting information and asking questions on behalf of the american people to give a voice to people who don't have a microphone who aren't sitting in the front row of the briefing room and so my goal doesn't change. I think that it's probably informed. In some instances by who i am how i grew up in the fact that i'm a black woman so for example and i go back to the talk question that i asked during the debate. A lot of people have asked me about that. How did you come up with that. Why did you ask that honestly. That question just came out of me got assigned the debate and then a couple of days later. I sat down and wrote that question. I read it to my husband. And i read it to my debate team with with whom i worked and you know we worked through it. We went through some different versions at some points. We even tossed it out by the way and i. It was really important to me to ask that question. So i was glad that i did. And i give that just as an example of one of the ways in which anyone could have asked that question. It was important for me to that question. I thought because a it was just within me. It was something that i really felt needed to be asked and i wanted to address the issue of race and equity really from like a different standpoint from the standpoint of the fact that so many families across the country see this moment as a moment of crisis and so. That's why i asked that question in that way. And and i do think that having a diversity of perspectives makes journalism

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Thousands of pro-Navalny protesters arrested in Russia

NBC Nightly News

01:36 min | 8 months ago

Thousands of pro-Navalny protesters arrested in Russia

"Overseas now to russia where thousands of anti putin protesters were arrested today during violent clashes with police. Mollie hunter reports one after another russian. Protesters chanted brutally beaten here with teasers for the second week in a row tens of thousands of russians across the country to find the state hitting the streets in of jailed. Opposition leader alexei navalny. And after last weekend the riot police were ready in moscow. Protesters marched toward the jail. Where navalny is being held but they were diverted scattered broken into small groups in saint petersburg protesters chanted down with his arm and by the end of the day. More than five thousand had been arrests. I think this is the first chance when when we can actually change something because you know everybody around. The world is looking at russia right now and the world also watched his bottom. Your putin's government. Detained alexei navalny two weeks ago tonight since then arresting almost every single one of his closest allies and today his wife yulia detained on camera and leader. Release secretary of state tony blinken condemning the persistent use of harsh tactics. The russian foreign ministry firing back and judging by today's response president putin isn't letting up mollie hunter and see news london. Those protests and our nation's relationship with russia will be just a part of andrea mitchell's exclusive interview with the new secretary of state. Anthony blinken tomorrow on today and nightly news.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:39 min | 9 months ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Oh, now, George. She wants those Republicans to be fined could be a super spreader event on top of everything else. That's what she is The queen of refuse So brown down there If you want bound, you are bound to the Queen of Slime Queen of filth. The queen a few dresses since Whoa! Bo Rubbish felt slime muck! So chai appalled Giant ball. Have you ever seen this woman? No, No, no, Wait a minute. What was that from? And the word pew. Tres since yeah, princess, rotting flesh. Oh, Princess Bride. That's right. But the E love that rotting flesh because that's just shows president you know when a society comes under stress, and it doesn't necessarily mean they're immediate response is a good one when the black death hit Medieval Europe, rather than they had no idea how to deal with it, But they attributed it spread to the Jews and in Germany. They burnt Jews to death and and he killed them by the thousands because it was the Jews that were spreading the disease. Just insert the word Republican colleagues and and it doesn't say anything about the disease or it spreads. It's actually a revelation of the person's hatred and biases. It's Zagat Protest since is a good my My, by the way, Miss giant Paul from Washington State is a super lib. And she's a super liberal ideas spreader. And so she's probably got it from one of her constituents up there in good old Washington state. Now I want to play a clip six. And here's why Wait a minute. What are you talking about? Nancy? Piotr Essence. I mean, Pelosi and I'm talking about Andrea Mitchell. Miss Camel. You ever seen those camel cigarettes? Never mind. Oh, yes, I think you're yes. Andrea Mitchell, Miss Campbell and So she's with Colombia Attorney General Karl Racine and they're having a discussion about how to deal with the Republican and conservative protesters is supposed to be Ellen and Antifa. Listen to this. What did you get morning from the NYPD. Do you know if anyone in D C government DC Police had warnings from the NYPD that were overlooked. I can't really speak to that issue as to what warnings of any NYPD Gave to D C officials. I can tell you that I was not privy to that. I can credit your reporters. Other information now and that is that all throughout the Internet open source Internet as well as the dark Web. They were all manner of discussions around threats and weapons coming to Washington not to include You can't prove that's my policy. Yes. Well, when I see five weirdos dressed in togas stabbing a guy in the middle of the park in full view, 100 people I shoot the best it That's my policy. Yeah, right driven President. That's also a reference to the play Julius Caesar. So Yeah. There you go. I'm kind of speechless. God, you have to laugh a little bit. Come on. No, I agree. Larry, Since I've written the worst interested you love that laughter is a good part of the survival strategy. It is one of my contractor, guys. It's working for me right now. Before it came to the show. He says. Have you heard anything? Have you heard anything? I should know? Go back to work. I said, when the hands are at work, the mind is at ease. Ease your mind. Let go of it for time being get some work done. He said. If you live in that energy that you're in that angst that anxiety it's it's like taking.

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UNHCR relocates first Ethiopian refugees to a new site in Sudan

UN News

01:21 min | 9 months ago

UNHCR relocates first Ethiopian refugees to a new site in Sudan

"A second refugee campus opened in sudan for people fleeing violence in ethiopia's tigray region carrying little more than the clothes on their backs the un said on tuesday. Nearly six hundred new residents are being taken to to nate camp. According to the un refugee agency unhcr. After nearly two months of ongoing conflict across the border in ethiopia between federal government troops and the tigray people's liberation front teepee l f. unhcr spokesperson andrea. Mitchell told journalists in geneva that it was impossible to gauge the level of fighting inside ethiopia amid continuing access restrictions. Right now we are unable to exit the border from the gop. Inside as i said refugees tell our staff when they arrived to saddam the Many of them traveled for days. Many of them have faced armed groups along the way many speakers violence many speak among the among them obviously women and girls have been mentioned sexual violence so this is what we know as to the intensity of the conflict inside copious tigray region. There is nothing i can help you. This stage around eight hundred people have crossed from ethiopia's tigray region into eastern sudan so far this year since addy november more than fifty six thousand ethiopian. Refugees fled the country

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:52 min | 10 months ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Listen to the way Andrea Mitchell talks about over and and it was on MSNBC. She actually she for the first time in a long time weighs in on something semi foreign policy related. She is the chief foreign policy correspondent, foreign correspondent for ABC News or NBC News. She has a show on MSNBC, where she does nothing but opine about domestic politics. But it's not her beat, not her forte. Finally something comes in her sort of wheelhouse. And this is what award winning journalist Andrea Mitchell had to say about the Biden team cut to go ahead. They are now being told that it is not going to be political and Joe Biden saying these were people. This is a team was going to tell me. This team will tell me what I need to know what not what I want to know that is a big change. That is a big change. Finally, a foreign policy team, a secretary of state national security advisor that will tell the president what they need to know. Well, implicit in that is that the last four years They weren't telling President Trump what he needed to know Just what he wanted to know. This is, of course, the narrative they've constructed over the past four years. Donald Trump is an idiot. Come on. He just wants good news. He really He gets up in the morning, And the first thing he does is he flips on Fox and friends while leafing through his press clippings, and that's it, and you can't be bothered with bad news. Well. If That attitude. If that belief if that way of conducting business, which is not true, by the way, But if that were true it the result. Woz what the three or four new Middle East peace deals. Benjamin Netanyahu was meeting with the Crown prince in Saudi Arabia the other day, along with the head of Mossad being there. That's unprecedented. If that is what the attachment brings about, then detach Iran contained isolated through the Abraham accords, even more so than it was before teetering on the edge of economic collapse because of crushing US sanctions and really losing their grip on power. More and more often you see People rising up in Iran not enough not enough to make a difference. But the fact that it takes one person to do something first and then more people do it, and we're seeing that build, and it has to build a crescendo. We're seeing that if that's what the attachment By a U. S president. Brings about Give me more. North Korea, not testing missiles, not testing nuclear bombs like they did under Bill Clinton or under George Bush and Barack Obama. Then sign me up for more of that. Russia invaded Ukraine on Barack Obama's watch, and they did exactly nothing like they sent some memories and some pillows and some some shirts over there for the soldiers. Donald Trump sent defensive and offensive weapons to Ukraine. Stopped them cold if Russia had designs on all of Ukraine. They have now reason to be paused because of the weapons Donald Trump authorized them to have and Barack Obama refused to Are would Joe Biden stop that? Don't know. I guess it depends on what's profitable for Hunter, wouldn't you say? But you've got to love that whenever I'm finally going to tell him what he needs to hear. What is the president missed? Think about then it's I know it's tough because the media generally doesn't cover foreign policy. But if you think about foreign policy in the Trump administration What was the major? Where was the major fumble where it was there? A major fumble. There wasn't There wasn't Oh, my God. This country invaded that one, and we were caught flat footed. There was no they got the bomb and we were caught flat footed off guard. We didn't know what it happened. There was none of that. The world is significantly more peaceful now than I was four years ago. Not completely. Nothing's great, but better and better is all you can hope for. You can't get too great without better now the team wants to come in and rip it all apart. Now we go to Martha Raddatz over at ABC News. She is. It is amazing the world these people construct for themselves, and I guess if your whole existence like Plato's cave, you only see shadows on the wall, then that's how you view reality. If you only exist in newsrooms in Manhattan, this is the world. You see, This is the world. You know, This is the world as it is. She, uh Martha Raddatz tries to say if you don't try to say she actually says it that Joe Biden's foreign policy team is not political at all. Why they're not political at all. They're all political, by the way. They're all political. By the way they were in the Obama Biden administration. They went into the lobbying slash consulting highly profitable business for the past four years, or the cable news commentating business also wildly profitable or a combination of many of those things. Yes, This is how Martha Raddatz of ABC News describes Joe Biden's foreign policy team cut. Three Kill. This is about the least flashy team you could possibly get. They are deeply experienced. They are humble and they are life long public servants When I look at that group up there and let's put John Kerry aside because as we know he was the Democratic nominee for president once, but they are not political. They are just career people They have. Together for many years. I remember Jake Sullivan at the at the side of Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state all the time. Well, he's with not political, though. Hillary Clinton is known for surrounding herself with people who are explicitly not political, right. They're all not. But they all worked in the Obama administration. They were all political appointees of the Obama administration. But no, no, It's not political at all. And how dare you even suggest that see because when a Democrat does something, it's not political. It's not polluted, so it's instant somebody's best interest. It is in the best interest of the country. It's in the best interest of this group or that group or this thing, or the other thing when a Republican doesn't well, Erin Lee in this for profit, they're only doing this right. Every one of those people cashed in one way or another on their so called public service and dedicated public servants. Dedicated public servants. None of them worked in the administration last four years. They're not career bureaucrats. They were political appointees, or else they would still have been in the Trump Administration. They would have been in position in somewhere. In the Trump administration. But no, they are explicitly political. Every one of them is a Democrat, Be a donor activist. Think tank or whatever you wanna call it media talking head. They're explicitly political. But there's Martha Radical when none of these people are political Here. They're just career public servants. Well, they're all pretty damn rich. How did they get rich if their career public servants? Oh, yeah, well, in the time that they weren't you know, dedicated public servants. They were Selling out they were they were part of the Inteligencia. They were part of academia. They were part of the left wing power structure that runs Washington D. C. They were lobbyists. They were consultants. That's kind of political. Don't you think, Martha? Well, it's not. Nothing is political. If you're on the right side of the aisle if you're a meaning the left side of the aisle. Martha Raddatz wasn't done because to the left, it's not just it's not enough that you think the same. It's close to enough that you think the same. They have to throw in the looks different. Argument as well and breaking down barriers they love breaking down barriers. And this is again. A testament to the left intersectionality mentality that it doesn't you are not an individual. You are your skin color. You are your gender your your sexual orientation. You are whatever little way they can subdivide human beings, And that's all you are. And if you stray from their preconceived notions of how somebody in that little Tupperware container that they Stuffed you into how that are you if you stray from what they think somebody in that box should think And your non entity you're non person, but if you conform Why then your celebrated for your diversity Cut four. Go ahead..

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Pompeo on Golan Heights: ‘This is a part of Israel, and a central part of Israel’

NBC Nightly News

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Pompeo on Golan Heights: ‘This is a part of Israel, and a central part of Israel’

"Overseas secretary of state. Mike pompeo step into controversy visiting the disputed west bank and golan heights firmly taking israel's side in the long conflict over those territories with more on that here's andrea mitchell. Today secretary of state. Mike pompeo trying to make it harder for the president elect to reverse the trump foreign policy becoming the highest ranking. Us official to set foot in an israeli settlement land. The palestinians also claim in the west bank settlements can be done in a way that are lawful and appropriate and improper another. First pompeo. Also visiting the golan heights. Viewed by most of the world has occupied syrian land. president trump recognized. The previous presence refused to do that. This is a part of israel in the central part of israel

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Democratic anger rises over Trump obstacles to Biden transition

NBC Nightly News

02:38 min | 11 months ago

Democratic anger rises over Trump obstacles to Biden transition

"With sixty four days left his presidency. Donald trump's refusal to coordinate with the incoming biden administration is taking on new and serious national security implications tonight. Nbc news confirming the president alarming zone advisers has sought out military strike options against iran. Even he instructs the pentagon to start bringing troops home from iraq and afghanistan while president elect biden who could face the consequences of the decisions remain out of critical intelligence andrea. Mitchell has late details. President trump only weeks before he leaves office pushing for dramatic actions in iran iraq and afghanistan that could hamstring his successor's foreign policy before even letting the president-elect have intelligence briefings tonight nbc news confirming the president asked his national security cabinet about striking iran after un inspectors reported. Tehran was again stockpiling uranium. That could be used for nuclear weapons. According to two senior officials as first reported by the new york times but with iran's vast military power vice president pence joint chiefs chairman. Millie and even secretary of state pompeo and iran hard liner warning. It could quickly escalate into a wider war in his final days in office experts. Also alarmed where could they hit back. At american military forces in iraq at american naval and air assets in the in the gulf they try to kidnap or kill american citizens anywhere in the world. They've done that in the past military experts calling the president's suggestion reckless during a transition. It's highly irresponsible. For a sitting president in the waning days of an administration to take such dramatic steps and actions and the president also taking potentially irreversible steps by pushing the pentagon to withdraw thousands of troops from afghanistan after the fence secretary. Mark espera last week for objecting. The acting defense secretary announcing a rapid troop drawdown from both iraq and afghanistan by january fifteenth. Twenty twenty one our forces there size and afghantistan will be two thousand. Five hundred troops are four size in iraq will also be two thousand five hundred already tonight in baghdad iranian backed militias fired rockets near the green zone killing a child and wounded five civilians. The president's refusal to consulted successor on national security is unprecedented in modern times. Alarming experts at home and allies abroad.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today behind your idiot in the Valley tomorrow cools down a little bit with You're 81. Then on Friday, Christina's sunny skies with a high near 80 degrees, and that your three day four Okay, news from your neighborhood is up next Albert Parnell. What do you have for us? Yes, it's coming out of the Auburn Journal. So Auburn voters will get to decide this November November 3rd on Election Day, the city should boost its sales tax to generate 2.56 million more dollars a year. It's called Measure s in the city wants to raise the sales tax by 1%. I'm curious to see how all of these on issues propositions. Due on November, raising money. I just don't think they got a chance of giving this economy. I don't know, though, but I could be wrong. A lot of them were, you know, form formulated and put on the ballot before the whole pandemic thing got started, Right. So, you know, I don't know what the appetites going to be for that headline this morning, Catherine Herridge, who now reports for CBS News. I don't know if you've seen her. She's a tremendous reporter. Law enforcement sources telling CBS New FBI and DOJ both agree laptop and emails of belonged. Hunter Biden or not part of Russian disinformation campaign. This follows Ah report by Andrea Mitchell, who said that her sources were telling her they they were. There was some sort of foreign involvement. Disinformation campaign going on. But Katherine Harris's says she has the evidence proof she is and she is solid. She is really tight and you bet All right, coming up in the next half hour, So we're going to be talking about the economy after the election. A lot of people are wanting what will happen. You know, if Trump is reelected was how thing's going to go. If Biden is reelected, how things I'm gonna do you one better. It's not just in the next half hour. It's in the next three minutes. That's right. That's right. It's coming up. So we'll talk about that. Stay with us versus Trump. You ready?.

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Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:03 min | 1 year ago

Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

"President trump. And his administration had done their jobs. Early on with this crisis, Merican schools would be open and open safely. Instead American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. Mr President or are you? Where are you? Why aren't you working on this? We need emergency support funding for schools and we need it now. Sue. President. That's your job. That's your job. Today Joe Biden called the opening of of schools quote a National Emergency Joe. Biden said that if he were elected president, he would direct. Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide emergency relief funding to immediately help K. through twelve schools with ventilation personal protective equipment, and hiring more teachers in other words, provide federal government funding to give schools and teachers what they need to actually reopen schools and what parents need to trust the reopening of schools joining us. Now, is Linda Darling, Hammond President, and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and a professor at Stanford. University. She is one of the education officials who briefed the vice-president Biden about his school reopening plan also with us Dr J. Blackstock an emergency medical physician. She is also the founder and CEO of advancing health equity and a Yahoo News medical contributor. Dr Let me start with you. What do you think is the science requires for the reopening of schools. So that there are several factors at play. The most important factor is the community transmission rate currently the CDC in whol staying five percent competivity rate anything about that. It's not safe to open and so looking at that number only are a number of areas throughout the country that are prepared open New York City with positive rate of less than one percent, and then after looking at community transmission rate have to think about the resources that schools have spent elation math being able to a separate cohort students into smaller groups having faith as well as school nurses. So all those factors are incredibly important for parents to consider. When deciding to send their kids to school Linda Darling Hammond. Did you advise Joe Biden. A needed to be done for the reopening of schools. Well, there's a couple of things that we need. Certainly, we need all of the things that the doctor just listed. In schools in order to make them safe and there are costs associated with those things. Thus far, the Recovery Act that has been passed has spent less than one percent of all that money on supporting schools to get the resources that they need to be able to open in addition to the things that were just mentioned. There's the need for additional cleaning and disinfecting and there's the need for adequate testing and tracing so that if there are cases they can be immediately dealt. With in quarantine So we need the funding that's been held up in the Congress ought to get to school so that those things are available We also need clear guidance from the CDC about the level of infection at which a community can safely open schools and the ways in which they should treat cases for quarantining and closing down when there are cases that occur in schools. All of those things are being taken up by the states but right now, the states have had quite a big hit in terms of the economy and so they are operating quite often in deficit and need of the federal support in order to be able to do the job that needs to be done. Let's listen to what Dr Anthony Veltri told Andrea Mitchell today about the infection rate and how it is still running much too high. About forty, thousand a day. Right around forty thousand new cases. That's an unacceptably high baseline. We've gotta get down I'd like to see a ten thousand or less hopefully less. So Really WanNa use this opportunity almost to have plea to the people in this country to realize that we really still need to get our arms around this and to suppress these types of surges that we've seen.

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U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research

NBC Nightly News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research

"This evening. The US accused Chinese hackers trying to steal American vaccine research, a major new escalation to tell you about for the first time the State Department order. We got Chinese consulate here to close over spying charges NBC's Andrea. Mitchell has late details. Flame seen in the courtyard of the Chinese consulate in Houston, overnight appearing to show documents burning after the State Department ordered the consulate to close by Friday only hours after the US accused to Chinese hackers working with China's government of trying to steal research on Kovic. Vaccines, treatment and testing from US companies and others around the world. Houston firefighters responded, but were not permitted in the State Department says the closure is intended to protect American. Intellectual Property and Americans private, information and Senate Intelligence Chief Marco. Rubio tweeted China's Houston Consulate is a massive spy center. Forcing to close is long overdue. We're going to take action to protect. The American people protect our security, our national security and also protect our economy and jobs. The administration dramatic action comes as president. Trump has slap tariffs on China for unfair trade practices and blames. Blames China for not alerting the world to the corona virus. It's a shame that it happened. It shouldn't have happened. China should have stopped causing Democrats who have also been warning about Chinese hacking to worry. The today's action is also an attempt to divert attention from the COVID crisis china-made mistakes. They've needed to be called out for them, but the president is trying to deflect attention from his mistakes in the United States that have led us to have. The is step Tolan the world. China's Foreign Ministry called the move an unprecedented escalation and promised to respond with firm countermeasures, raising fears of an escalating feud between the world's two largest economies.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The debate last night of course the moderators where the hideous Andrea Mitchell Rachel Maddow and a couple of other people I don't know who the old women all women yes it was a very very very well one of the woman was a woman of color to that's what I'm saying now and one was a a lesbian woman any other one was an elderly woman Andrea Mitchell hopefully she's elderly no she's all that she's got terrible skin is not a means but always so rough but we we used to be actually friends believe in a different universe with Andrea Mitchell we will collect that was used to call me up off the air and talk about you know her conversation what what what you was going to talk about with Mr rhyme is out and afterward how it went this that the other she wanted to the guy from the federal reserve what's his name again Alan Greenspan yes I'll agree I don't always thought the same way with him at home on a bet that is right good lance at the city would be done in Miami she came on my so quite a bit Chuck Todd in her NBC just like all of the same thing with chills corporal and and Mike Barnicle article I'm still friends with but even Joe Scarborough conversations off the phone all the time yeah it is a different universe and now these people are sick in the head I can't stand all of them except for Mike Barnicle either way so yesterday last night they had the debate that really settled nothing you still have ten people didn't move the needle whatsoever but Biden continues to put his foot in his mouth let's go with the punching one I will get into Charles Barkley will later just called coincidentally happened on the same day right but there he was talking for some reason about the culture and that will we hitting women or whatever it is always talking about sexual misconduct and yes and you know beating up on women and how men can change that and he had a well an idea of how to change it and his use of verbiage I think you have to think was a well let's take a listen we in fact have to fundamentally change the culture the culture of how women are treated no man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self defense and that's rarely ever occurs and so we have to just change the culture keep punching out and punching out of that portion of it will be a big it's a gigantic issue I believe in god but keep punching take added slap and then that when the audience on the land he was a little believe still but he was he was oblivious yeah well yeah that kind of he was oblivious he still didn't get no no no he did not and you know what he did yesterday his campaign put out a statement in the afternoon that said I just left the stage of the debate how it how do you folks think I did are you proud of me thanks re release that in the afternoon and then they'll elves are those instant real sleepy John by the way the cut you just played was the very end of what was a long and rambling almost impossible to understand it wasn't just that it was like another two minutes of stuff before that way you can if you listen to it five times I promise you if it is a do it five times you have no idea what he's talking about I'm I'm sure I heard it last night when I was doing my research now another big gas he's on stage with of course Kamala Harris senator camallo Harris who is well she's a black woman in the Senate right so this is what he says about getting an endorsement from a another black woman in the Senate take I have more people supporting me in the black community that amounts for me because they know me three former chairs the black caucus they only knew I'm black African American woman ever elected to the United States Senate.

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Eight candidates qualify for November Democratic debate

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Eight candidates qualify for November Democratic debate

"Moderators are set for November's democratic candidates debate here in Georgia MSNBC's Rachel Maddow when Andrea Mitchell NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker and actually Parker of The Washington Post will question the candidates November twentieth so far eight candidates of qualified for the two hour debate but a venue has not been

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Three eight one one. I've been telling you how the Trump administration wants to eliminate secret rebates and discounts given pharmacy benefit managers, and instead, require all drug discounts to go directly to patients at the pharmacy counter. That will mean significant savings for seniors sixty five and older and everybody really. Listen to how Democrats plan to stop it. They point to a congressional budget estimate the economic impact of Trump's plan as proof that his reforms will increase drug prices. Is it all trick? The CBO is made up of left wing economic Keynesians, cooperate in secret without explaining their economic assumptions which explains by the CBO is notorious for getting it wrong two thousand three the CBO over estimated the cost of Medicare Part d I three hundred and forty nine billion dollars. They scored Trump's drug putt pricing reforms using the same static analysis that doesn't consider how stimulate innovation competition, and create efficiencies to drive down costs. In other words, the CBO simply Nores how the free market works. That's a trick. We shouldn't fall for again. So get the facts, go to true healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare facts that com true healthcare, facts dot com. All right. Andrea. Mitchell on MSNBC today, there, she wasn't Normandy interviewing one of her favorite people. Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house. I want you to focus most especially. Andrea, Mitchell cut fourteen go look at that..

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on KTRH

"Seven eight one three eight one one, I've been telling you how the Trump administration wants to eliminate secret rebates and discounts given to pharmacy benefit managers, and instead, require all drug discounts to go directly to patients at the pharmacy. Counter that will mean significant savings for seniors sixty five and older, and everybody really, but listen to how Democrats plan to stop it. They point to a Congressional Budget Office estimate of the economic impact of Trump's plan as proof that has reforms will increase drug prices. Does it all trick? The CBO is made up of left wing economic Keynesians. Secret without explaining their economic assumptions which explains by the CBO is notorious for getting it wrong two thousand three the CBO over estimated the cost of Medicare Part, d. By three hundred forty nine billion dollars. They scored Trump's drug pup pricing reforms using the same static analysis that doesn't consider how stimulate innovation competition, and create efficiencies to drive down costs. In other words, the CBO simply Nores how the free market works. That's a trick. We shouldn't fall for again. So get the facts, go to healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare facts that com true healthcare, facts dot com. All right. Andrea. Mitchell on MSNBC today, there, she wasn't Normandy interviewing one of our favorite people. Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house. But I want you to focus most especially on Andrea, Mitchell cut fourteen. Go look at that..

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How Digital Twin Tech Helps Drive Industry

Recode Decode

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

How Digital Twin Tech Helps Drive Industry

"It's fully connected. It's able to be optimized through digital platforms and digital technology that stale bread. He's a co founder and chief product officer at willow, a technology company that creates a digital map of the physical world in. Hi, rez detail. It's called a digital twin with digital twin? We can see all of the context of that building live in digital format on our computer online. We lo- takes data from all of the systems inside a building the lights the heating system, which meeting rooms are in demand and stores it on the Azure, cloud, then willow use machine. Learning algorithms to understand this data and make smart decisions about the built environment. It's really about the data analytics which then allows us to see. The house a temperature going to Ed quality hasn't been operating at one hundred percent capacity or are there.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Recode Decode

"So much. Thank you. I'm I'm so glad to be here in the studio theatre. I actually besides working for the city paper, which I got fired from by Jack Shafer. Thank you, Jack. You hope my career immensely you remember him. He's still around. I I worked for John McLaughlin to the TV shows. I've worked in television. I am so glad he's dead as I've always said, but I worked I wrote I wrote for that show the McLaughlin group, which I think really ruined it created a modern cable. It was the beginning of hateful speech online online and on television. So I learned at the at the foot of the master. But I'm glad to be back in Washington worked for the Washington Post. I actually delivered mail for the Washington Post and later people who I delivered mail for work for me, which was kind of interesting. But I I love Washington DC. I love coming here. I become a hundred percent sexy or here. So that's always good. And I do I love Washington. I went to Georgetown, University went to the foreign service school. I wanted to become a spy, I actually still might be a spy it would be the longest con in history. But I'm really excited to talk to my friends from NBC news. I also do besides working at Recode inbox. I write sometimes for a newspaper fake newspaper. Call the New York Times. But I also mind my favorite things. Go don't do the New York Times. Not for me. I have a great relationship with and sodas box with NBC news. And one of the things we do we were doing these substantive shows about the future of the future, essentially, but one of the things that get the pleasure is spending a lot of time with the NBC news staff, and they're an amazing group of people. What was that? Someone's watching me that was my voice. That was Mark Benny off who's like four hundred feet taller than me where we have some really good show's coming up. We have one I'm going to do one with Kim Kardashian and her mom, we're gonna do one. Hopefully with Mary Barra we've got a whole bunch coming up that we're going to do to try to sort of give some substance to a lot of things. But so substantive discussions of what we're looking for not to NBC news. This is a very sensitive. So I wanna talk have this substantive discussion on this podcast. I usually interview techies like Mark Zuckerberg, which is always a mistake when he gets on stage with me or Alon, Elon Musk or various people Sheryl Sandberg's. Not having the best week. We're gonna talk about that more. But these are three people, I have admired forever. And I've had Chuck on the podcast on. Andrea Mitchell is I was just telling you. It's the hardest working hardest working journalists in that. I know of and Halley Jackson who also has a great show on on MSNBC and everything else come on out you three and we're going to have a great discussion..

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"It is Doris as new book leadership in turbulent times. It's always a treat to have the author here in the studio wedding. You thank you so much Doris coming up when the president is on the phone who's listening on the other end a lot of security and Intel professionals fear the answer to that question. We'll get the story from Andrea Mitchell when we're right back. As you may have heard today. President Trump is responding to this new report on foreign governments eavesdropping on calls made from his iphone the original headline in the New York Times, certainly got our attention last night. And we quote when Trump phones friends the Chinese and the Russians listen and learn after that the president picked up his phone and push back on Twitter writing he rarely uses a cell phone. But as many were quick to note, the tweet itself said it was sent from an iphone. It's also hard to tweet from a landline. A further look at the story tonight from our own Andrea Mitchell. A president who has never far from his phones tweeting constantly and calling friends from personal phone not secured by the government could foreign spies be listening in tonight, you as visuals tell NBC news they've been concerned for months that President Trump has been discussing sensitive information on his non secure I phone with people like Sean Hannity of Fox News..

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John McCain, Brain Cancer and Senator discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

01:20 min | 3 years ago

John McCain, Brain Cancer and Senator discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Famous top priorities. Are, safety, security, food and drinking, water As hurricane lane continues to lash Hawaii FEMA administrator Brock long said today officials are bracing for a marathon. Event with torrential rains and flooding affecting the islands for the next forty, eight to seventy two hours we hope that all. Citizens within Hawaii or eating the warnings, that local and, state officials are are are putting, out long says the key question now is when the storm system starts to turn toward. The west, against the move away from the islands a lot of uncertainty in this forecast the real question is when.

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Trump links yanking John Brennan's security clearance to Russia probe

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:49 min | 3 years ago

Trump links yanking John Brennan's security clearance to Russia probe

"The president tonight quoting one of his supporters who. Appeared on Fox News. John Brennan is a stain on the country. We deserve better than this from the briefing room. Earlier today, here is how the White House press secretary laid out the reasons for stripping Brennan's clearance while threatening to take similar action against other Trump critics. Any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erotic, conduct and behavior. Mr. Brennan has recently leveraged his status as a former high ranking official with access to highly sensitive information to make a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations whiled outbursts on the internet and television about this administration. As part of this review, I'm valuating action with respect to the following individuals. James Clapper, James Comey, Michael Hayden, Sally Yates, Susan Rice. Andrew McCabe Peter Struck Lisa page and Bruce or not only are they all Trump crew. Some of those under evaluation are closely tied as you know to the Russia investigation our own Andrea Mitchell reports. The president's own director of national intelligence. Dan Coats was not aware in advance of today's announcements announcement nor were other senior intelligence officials. The White House was asked for evidence that John Brennan had actually somehow abused his clearance, but declined to provide any. Have any reason to believe or evidence to suggest Brennan has misused classified information or monetize access to as was alleged earlier by this ministry. Again, I'm laid out the reasons for the decision that was made on this specific instance. We'll continue to review the other actions manager, absence of you not saying those things you didn't find it? No, I would make any assumptions. I'm telling you what the decision was based off on. In this case today statement, pulling Brennan security clearance was dated July twenty six. That was a big indicator that it was standing by on the skids ready for weeks and was pulled out and announced just today. John Brennan is famously one of the stone cold faces in that photo taken in the White House situation room. The night, Osama bin Laden was killed. Finding bin Laden was a huge part of his job and his life's work after nine, eleven Phil Rucker of the Washington Post. Put this out tonight. It shows Brennan's major postings in his decades of. Service to this country, much of clandestine CIA station, chief Saudi Arabia CI station chief director of terrorist threat integration center director of national counterterrorism center, White House, homeland security adviser. CEA director briefed three presidents earlier Brennan himself spoke by phone with our colleague, Nicole Wallace. I do believe that Mr. Trump decided to take this action. She's done with others to try to intimidate him suppress any criticism of him or his administration. And we've, oh ki my security clearances is is way of trying to get back at me and this is not going to turn me at all. I'm going to continue to speak out. I think he fears individuals who could damage him damage his his standing on the American people look at the way he's been referring to Muller Muller who is a national treasure. And I common within the law enforcement and Justice communities who's doing his level best to investigate Russian interference in the election and the denigration of Bob Muller as well as his team of investigators is is reprehensible. I think Mr. Trump is getting more and more concerns were more desperate. I would say more and more frightened as there is a closer and closer magnification of some of the things that those around him have been involved in just a short time ago tonight to other Intel chiefs, who's clearances are under review also spoke out. The White House just messaged the entire American intelligence community. If you stand up and say, things that upset the president or with which he disagrees, he will punish you. And that is a horrible message to be sending to folks who are there to tell you objective truth, the bigger issue here, Chris to me is what this implies the implications of this for the first amendment. And the other question I have is, where does this end? Both of those two gentlemen have fifty plus years

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We got along really well by the way. That's the good thing. Bad thing. That's a really good. Now we're being hindered by the Russian hoax. It's a hoax. Okay. I'll tell you what Russia's very unhappy that Trump won that contest. But I got along great with. And everybody said, wow, that was a great. That was a couple of hours later. I it here. These reports that, you know, they wanted me to walk up his opponent. They wanna meet a walk up and go like this. They wanted me to go up and have a buck signage. I said, whatever happened to diplomacy and by the way, whatever happened to diplomacy. I used to study not too much diplomacy. I said, whatever happened to getting everything you want. So there's a lot in their obviously Putin at that press conference in Helsinki said very clearly that he wanted President Trump to win, but then Donald Trump to become president, David, Ignatius twice. Let's let's walk this just a little bit. What we heard yesterday from Dan Coats and Christopher rain. Kristen, Nielsen and others is not a new conclusion. That was what the agencies came to in January of two thousand seventeen nineteen months ago. They were just going out and stating that it's still happening and that it continues here in the twenty eighteen midterm elections. So why would President Trump if the reporting is to send them out to do that? If only to undercut that a couple of hours later, it's obviously it's a mystery in some ways. But what I've sensed since the Helsinki summit is that the senior officials of this administration are pushing back harder. Are more willing to speak, frankly, in public to the present. I've noted that coats who in his famous interview with Andrea Mitchell, he was stunned by what he didn't know. But he, he just told the truth question after question secretary Mattis I've listened sexually Mattis speak at dinner in public. He's gone into the pressroom to see fella journalists at the Pentagon. He's being much more forthright about what he sees and thinks about what's going on. We've got some that from secretary Ponte. Oh, at the State Department, I was interested to see cures to Nielsen DHS sector is often really been backed up by criticism from from President Trump saying, very emphatically are mock Racine's in the crosshairs. So they're using strong language to describe the public, what, what they see and then you have the president. I, it's almost like it's warriors talk about jury nullification. He's going to the jury. Sorry, like what? Those people. Tell you that's not as important as he's terrible outrages that are being done to me and and and minimizing it. It's not the first time that a politician has gone the other way from his administration and tried to arouse the base completely independent of what government does every day. I think the question that we're we're facing, we're going to get an answer in a couple months is what the public makes this weird to to stage circus to government thing we're watching, but it was good to see the senior officials of our government be so emphatically and clear in statement fruit as they understand. And you know, Susan, those men and women don't stand up there in the White House briefing without the president, knowing about it and probably signing off on it. So he's giving himself cover here by pushing them out. They say, no, we have come out strongly against Russia, and then he can continue to say that it's a hoax on Twitter. Rallies, actually think there's two tracks here. I think he has to do that to cover himself on the security. Side, he doesn't wanna seem weak there. But as he went after Muller and the team and try to bring them down, I think he's trying to. He knows what he's done, and I think he's trying to build up Putin. So when we do find out what his dealings were, he's not seen as such the bad guy. He's basically just doing a reverse Muller to help himself that the facts come out and we say, oh, Putin's on such a bad guy. The presence been telling us that we could be friends with him. So whatever he's done won't seem as bad. So I think he is a couple of different tracks. Evidence of contrary that vitamin, we, we know that but he went, but we know is, is Danni mentioned his the people who believe in Donald Trump, believe what he says and they will to the end user Republicans question based on what the entire tells you community said, why?.

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Amazing. I would guess tonight is an MSNBC Anka celebrating forty years in journalism. Andrea Mitchell is. Yeah. We're going to be chatting to her about why she chooses to be an EMMY of the people. But first, let's catch up on today's headlines. Every day we have another story about someone calling the cops on random black people. And now it turns out it happens to famous black people to actor. Ving Raines is in the news tonight and it's not only his role in this weekend's. Blockbuster mission impossible movie that has people talking rains just went public about a confrontational moment with police in his own home open the door is a red dot pointed up month from a nine millimeter, and they say, put up your hand a woman called nine one one. So they large black man was breaking in to the house. Come on guys. Shit is getting out of hand not only Ving rains your neighbor. He's a super famous person ready. You don't recognize the guy who's been an old, these Hollywood movies. No, that doesn't appeal. Boys is neighbor really dumb, and that's why call the cops like Hello, nine one one. The guy from Pulp Fiction is robbing a house. It looks like he's using some kind of key to break open the locks quiz. By the way, had you seen Ving Rhames you don't need to worry about him getting robbed, dude, if anything you should call nine one one for the guy who made the mistake of breaking intervene ranger's house..

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"He hasn't grown up kind of learning how to be president. He needs aids. And so they'll think he then was notable in how the lack of structure and guidance and help he received to speak for two hours without any aids is really unprecedented. And it kind of reinforces the sense that he is reckless. And this is polling that we've done, and we've seen other polling, this worry that Trump is reckless and it's going to hurt us abroad. And at the same time sometimes he's also that recklessness can be seen by some as a strength. He's strong is tough. Guy tells it like it is there was nothing about his meeting and Helsinki that that conveyed strength did also convey recklessness is it throw him off with some folks who thought he seemed strong, but in the end, you know didn't really seem strong, but I think you know, if you look at the, you know the folks who were trying to defend him or or explain what he was doing. You know, on on conservative media, I mean they weren't saying that it was good that he had a conversation. They were saying, well, he must have been, you know, tired or maybe it was jetlagged or people making a mountain out of a molehill, or, you know, let's talk about something else. I mean, they weren't, you know, I, I haven't seen a lot of folks saying this was a success. So I think the fact that some Republicans voters are saying, you know, they approve is really rallying to his defense rather than you know, finding something really strong about it. I want to play some sound from the Aspen security summit this week, because as as Margie notes, it's been hard for people to marshal a public defense of the president's policy here here is Trump's own director of national intelligence. Dan Coats receiving word onstage from NBC news as Andrea Mitchell. That ladder Putin is to be invited for a summit at the White House. In November, we have some breaking news. The White House has announced on Twitter. That vitamin Putin is coming to the White House in the fall. Again. You vitamin Putin here. Yeah, yeah. Okay. That's going to be special. So Daniel, I mean, even you have described Trump's behavior in Helsinki as a blunder. There you have one of his own top officials sort of unable to maintain a straight face and act like the president is doing things. That makes sense. What do you make these polls that show despite all of that, you know, two thirds or better over publicans think that he did a good job and Helsinki. I think actually the polls show that Donald Trump is right about one thing, which is that the Russia summit as opposed to the meeting with North Korea is being seen, perhaps in the context of the molar investigation. And that's all these the most partisan polarizing thing right now. So I can see the Republicans would rally to Donald Trump's defense and Democrats would be, you know, very strongly against having any kind of diplomacy with Russia because this is all being subordinated to domestic politics. On this. I against that's off another round of discussion among Democrats about, are we talking about Russia too much? What is the best thing to talk about in the lead up to the November elections?.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Vitamin Putin here. Yeah. Okay. That's going to be special coats has been sounding the alarm about Russia's potential to disrupt the midterms. He put out a statement contradicting his boss earlier this week after the president publicly took Putin side against the US intelligence community over whether Russia interfered in the two thousand and sixteen elections. Now, despite the widespread outrage and alarm over the president's performance on Monday, which sparked protests in Times Square and outside the White House. Last night, the president tweeted this morning, quote, the summit with Russia was a great success except with the real enemy of the people, the fake news media. I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things, disgust and quote, you hear that the press is the real enemy of the people. The president wants to use his second meeting with Putin to start implementing what they discussed this week, but we don't know what they discussed this. This week because the two of them along with their interpreters were the only ones in the room and his interview with Andrea Mitchell today. Deny coats acknowledged that no one, no one, including him. The director of national intelligence knows exactly what happened behind closed doors. The president was alone with Putin for two hours more than two hours with only translators. Basically you have, you know what happened on the dark side of the moon. How do you have any idea? What happened in that meeting. Well, you're right. I don't know what happened in that meeting. I think his time goes by president Zarghee mentioned some things that happened in that meeting. I think we will learn more, but that is the president's prerogative. If you'd asked me how that ought to. Be conducted. I would have suggested a different way, but that's not my role. That's not my job. So it is what it is. Is there a risk that Vladimir Putin could have recorded it. That risk is always there. Now all ready. The Kremlin is claiming the president made commitments that have not been announced by the White House. Bloomberg reports that in a private speech today, Putin told Russian diplomats that he made a proposal to the president. Listen to this to hold a referendum to help resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but agreed not to disclose the plan publicly so the president could consider it. That's according to anonymous sources who attended the speech. And it comes right after the Russian ambassador to the United States told reporters yesterday that quote, important verbal agreements were reached between the two leaders. We have yet to hear from the White House about any such agreements or any proposal for Ukraine, but we did just learn and incredibly important bit of context about the president's relationship to Putin. According to the New York Times confirmed in part by former director of national intelligence. James Clapper. The president was informed in January of two thousand and seven. Seventeen that the man, he just invited to the White House personally directed Russia's election interference. The times reports that when the president-elect was briefed by four senior intelligence officials, these four here a couple of weeks before his inauguration, he was shown highly classified intelligence indicating that Putin had personally ordered complex cyber attacks to sway the election, including texts and emails from Russian military officers and information gleaned from top secret source close to Putin himself. Now, this is a Cording to almost a dozen people who either attended that meeting or were briefed on it later though. It hasn't been confirmed by NBC news Clapper who was one of the four briefers appeared to confirm the gist of the story in interviews with CNN and today his successor Dan Coats told Andrea Mitchell that all roads lead back to Putin. I think anybody who thinks that relevant. Putin doesn't have his stamp on everything that happens in Russia is misinformed is very clear that virtually nothing happens there of any kind of consequence that Latimer Putin doesn't know about or has an ordered. I think we're pretty sure about that. I'm joined right here in the studio by Senator Richard Blumenthal, democrat Gramma crack from Connecticut, who was upside the White House by the way, protesting..

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Elon Musk Calls Hero Diver a 'pedo'

Jim Bohannon

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Elon Musk Calls Hero Diver a 'pedo'

"Nbc news radio i'm lisa carter president trump is meeting with russian leader vladimir putin today in helsinki he was asked about the sit down during a working breakfast with the finnish president said everything would be just fine in b c news correspondent andrea mitchell has more there's no agenda there are no goals there were no national security meetings going into this of the deputies or the principal to talk about what was desired from this summit it's not a summit that the us needed wanted other than the president of the united states wanting it trump complaining on twitter this morning that our relationship with russia has never been worse thanks to many years of us foolishness and stupidity and now the rig witch hunt the trump administration has an updated plan for reuniting older immigrant children who were separated from their parents under the new plan the administration says they will rely only on dna tests to verify parentage that's partly because these children are older and can communicate more reliably with workers who are trying to reunite them with their parents the us is working with north korea to recover the remains of thousands of us soldiers who went missing during the korean war the two sides held talks on the issue over the weekend at the dmz between north and south korea the north promised to return the remains during the june twelfth summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon secretary of state mike pompeo said the us and the north agreed to resume searches for the remains of the missing americans mark mayfield reporting a british k divers says he hasn't ruled out the possibility of legal action against billionaire elon musk after the spacex ceo called him a pedal on twitter vernon worth help rescue at high youth soccer team traffic cave a story that captured the attention of the world unsworth had said the sub was impractical at a pr stunt mask responded by calling unsworth suspicious and a pedophile you're listening to the latest from nbc.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Disappoint on andrea mitchell it took me approximately twenty four years of my life on this earth to realize that andrea mitchell and mika brzezinski are not the same person did you know that that they're not the same person as just maybe other people realize that it i this is news to me so she tweets quote a tough take down by the california governor after real dengue trump calls people trying to get into the country animals not people again he didn't call people trying to get it well he called some people trying to get into the country animals not people like the vicious gangsters and this gets to it important point of illegal immigration some of the people trying to get into our country or vicious gangster criminals who should not be allowed in she's she's actually unwittingly tried to she's unwittingly made our point right which is that's it's not all just really nice polite workers coming in who are the people entering our country some of them are criminals somewhere those bad people that trump talked about when he launched his campaign from benji saarland a political reporter at nbc quote one of trump's most consistent rhetorical moves is comparing large classes of human beings to animals a political tactic with a long and deadly history i think he's making the argument him at hitler at this point you know anybody who disagrees with me as hitler that's what he's saying about trump chris christian fee forests from new york magazine never ever forget this fact donald trump reserves the word animals only for brown people so what you're saying buddy is that all brown people are criminals that's what you're saying you're saying that their animals and they're criminals but that's not what donald trump is saying he's saying some people are criminals and those people are animals your inflating race and and crime it's not the republicans doing it it's not donald trump doing it it's you mainstream media and ran all that tyler hansen from the d trip the democratic congressional campaign committee he sends out these pictures of these little immigrant kids these like sweet little kids and crying parents says trump were taking people out of the country you wouldn't believe how bad these.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Defensive her that got me by people like maggie haberman and andrea mitchell and those but the the more disturbing aspect will bunch i think is where there are some there are some good journalism being done at a time when you know this white house is not very press friendly and i for the most part i'd say the new york times and the washington post they're earning their keep but we have a white house that is vilified buying them and calling the media the enemy of the people which should send a chill down everyone's spine because the fourth estate is necessary to any democracy right in our media by and large hasn't come up with a framework to deal with that and it's not easy like i said it's not it's not an easy situation but i think the bottom line is you know book when it comes to you when it comes to to baiting tax cuts or the future social security whatever you know sure we're you know we're gonna report all sides and we're going to be fair or something but you know there's there's some things that we can't be on one hand on the other hand about and one and number one on that list the first amendment right and you know you you can't have journalism in this country without the first amendment and the press rights that are guaranteed their you know i'd go even further than that and say you can't really have journals america without a functioning democracy so i think other things that may not directly have to do with journalism like things we were talking about earlier in the in the half hour like fifteen voting rights you know in a way those are threats journalism too because anything anything anything that makes you know just.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Sean Hannitty

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Mike pompeo kicks off his first overseas trip as the nation's new secretary of state hours being on the job secretary of state mike pompeo was already at a nato meeting in brussels he called on nato members there to fulfill a pledge that they would spend two percent of their gdp on defense pompeo also accused russia of what he called an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions and he specifically criticized moscow for posing a threat to its neighbours russia threatens allies and partners both militarily as seen through its invasions of georgia in two thousand eight and ukraine in two thousand fourteen at through an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions in the light of russians unacceptable access nato is more indispensable than ever pay was in saudi arabia on sunday he's expected to arrive here in israel is next stop is going to be jordan boxes david lee miller in jerusalem some women defending nbc's tom brokaw over a decades old allegation of sexual harassment letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after a public allegation of sexual harassment by a former network star linda esther a former network corresponded claims brokaw sexually harassed her in the mid nineteen ninety s but group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated a letter standing with brokaw saying he has treated all of them with fairness and respect giving them opportunities for advancement and championing successes in their careers maria shriver rachel maddow andrea mitchell kelly o'donnell and thomson and white house correspondent kristen welker are the women who put their names on the letter derek dennis fox news.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Ask Me Another

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump says in a tweet he's expecting a big crowd in michigan tonight when he addresses a campaign style rally in mccomb county as wd et's quin kleinfeld to reports the area was key to his white house win trump one mccomb county in large part by vowing to bring manufacturing jobs back to a state that depends on them and some in the county say he's making good on that promise factory owner jeff hans berger says companies working with his robotics firm are focusing on keeping business in the us after the president threatened to penalize those who outsource jobs do other countries since he's been in office we are not seeing hardly inequality of any going to mexico right now but trump has critics here to some workers say that under the trump administration the cost of their healthcare is skyrocketing and tax cuts are not doing much for them for npr news i'm quinton kleinfeld you're in detroit dozens of former and current colleagues of nbc news veteran tom brokaw are rallying around him as he faces accusations by another former co worker of sexual misconduct npr's amy held reports more than sixty women including rachel maddow maria shriver andrea mitchell are circulating a letter of support.

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Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"First year in office which ended very successfully for them with the economic with the budget deal and and then the economic success that followed that but there was a lot of turmoil in the initial cabinet choices and the track go beat up a lot the the press was hard and certainly that first primary where she was coming out of being first lady of arkansas a relatively small state and going into those first primaries no hampshire was devastating jennifer flowers and all the rest and then she lost you you know know the the controversy with webb hubble and vince foster's suicide she logged father she had a really hard time and then of course lewinsky scandal by then i was at the state department so mercifully i didn't have to cover that but i just think it made her very self protective and you can do that as a secretary of state it's less successful to do that as a candidate in retail politics obviously one of the self protections was to have this email which turned out to be a disastrous decision at risk aversion is also difficult when you're running for president you have to be all in you know looking back that if she had taken the advice were had the advice to yeah i did it instead of that very defensive first news conference i've written about this spoken about it that first news conference at the un security council about the email and it should have been she waited eight days after the new york times broke that story she'd come right out and said you know my bad i keep thinking back to lloyd bentson you know great texas senator finance chairman treasury secretary and when he was accused of an ethical lapse by having breakfast with some lobbyists when he was i think reading the the finance committee and he said yep you know that was.

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"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"andrea mitchell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Glossed over how how i like to write essays and i was in english major and remember finding in my parents attic and say that i had written in first grade when i referred to about brotherhood and the importance of brotherhood and all people not having wars and completely misspelled about my father had kept that strangely really yeah so it was in an old carton but they needed somebody to write in the ended up giving me a program class classical music programs at once a week i would do chamber music program on tuesday nights think at eight o'clock in the evening called music to camera little pretentiously and our theme song was the speedy air and dances for the flute and i to member running up the stairs of houston hall sometimes when the theme song was already played a slide into my chair which is something i do that you probably do that on a regular basis maybe day so ending to our studio you also i guess you did some news as well because you got a chance to interview barry goldwater can't run anything presidents i didn't get the exclusive interview someone else did lorded it over me for the school paper but that was exciting it was also my first experience i was assigned by the ivy league radio network which is thing was to go to radio city music radio city in new york across the street from where i need know now.

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