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"anita dunn" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"They tried to say that he talked about the only thing they could prove was that he had a diet. Coke can remember because he said there was like an eyelash put their shorts curly on the cocaine cocaine joke. And that makes you wanna party with clarence. Thomas got a sense of humor and it wasn't. They tried to frame. It is her word against his not anita hill. I wanted to say done. Anita hill's word. Against not only clarence thomas against not only all of the records financial records and all the communication records. But every other woman. Who's ever worked clarence thomas. So when they say trust women they mean trust their women because it was literally one one and yeah and they don't tend to tell that story. They tend to just talk in general terms about a sexually charged environment or something like that just to make it sound. Like he's a total pervent was grabbing. Which by the way i need. Hey consultant needed done. I hadn't heard her name in a while. No no don o. Confused molina anita dunn. I don't actually the campaign manager. For biden someone bring us up because anita dunn we can find this clip. She's the one who said that she looks for inspiration really yes. Let's find a needed done. Is she someone. Can maybe send me in chat. Is she the campaign manager for the biden campaign. What does she is she a proxy anita dunn and then someone can find the clip. Just needed done mao. Because i remember talking about it on either with lanny davis or doug schoen when i was on fox news and i think it was lanny davis and he said anita dunn didn't say that and then we roll the clip and then it smelled like boop. She was a senior adviser to joe biden senior adviser to joe biden so she has his ear and now let's see we've been find that cliff anita dunn mao. I remember this is from maybe eight years ago. The clip something to the effect of when. I'm down something i looked to. Inspiration of his history's rates. Words spoken by mao and she quoted mao. If i'm not mistaken i'm sure we can find. This can grab that clip and a little bit. I think we do shed weird at okay. This is anita dunn senior advisor senior advisor to the joe biden campaign lest you think that it's going to be business as usual if biden's president here's anita donna. We'll have a great deal of.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on KNSS

"Corona virus more of a concern to voters than the economy. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. That's according to a Fox news poll and both candidates pressing hard on the topic of the Corona virus as they make their final campaign stops and key battleground states. The president held a rally in Rome, Georgia, Sunday discussing Corona virus treatments. We come up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic by the way ends with or without. We're rounding the turn, but We have the greatest companies in the world and they're all set and we're coming up. We will mass distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks, and it will quickly help us to eradicate it was going to go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus are front line health care workers had given all their best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even die. We have a president who has given up I'll never give up. We're gonna beat this virus. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in rally He he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to claim victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016. But covert 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table Cove. It is no longer a death sentence. For virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such miraculously advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of Cove. It's spread to get re elected 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There were 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC is this week. The U. S has recently set single day records for covert diagnoses. Fox's Grenouille Scott America is listening to Bach's news. Upper 30 sing clear skies early this morning. We have high pressure parked over central Plains with fair weather pattern coming up this week..

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"anita dunn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The economy. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. That's according to a Fox news poll and both candidates pressing hard on the topic of the Corona virus as they make their final campaign stops and key battleground states. The president held a rally in Rome, Georgia, Sunday discussing Corona virus treatments. We come up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic by the way ends with or without. We're rounding the turn, but We have the greatest companies in the world and they're all set and we're coming up. We will bash distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks, and it will quickly help us to eradicate it was going to go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus are front line health care workers had given all their best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even die. We have a president who's given up. I'll never give up. We're gonna beat this virus. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in Ali he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to claim victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016. But covert 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table Cove. It is no longer a death sentence for virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such Miraculous advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of covert spread to get reelected. There are 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There are 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC ease this week. The U. S is recently set single day records work over diagnoses. Fox's Grenouille Scott America.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talk radio 6 80 double new CBM, Baltimore and Double Corona virus more of a concern to voters than the economy. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. That's according to a Fox news poll and both candidates pressing hard on the topic of the Corona virus as they make their final campaign stops and key battleground states, the president told a rally in Rome, Georgia Sunday discussing Corona virus treatments. We come up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic by the way. So without we're rounding the turn. But we have the greatest companies in the world and the role set and we're coming up. We will bask distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks. And it will quickly help us to eradicate it was gonna go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus works give all their best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even died. We have a president who has given up I'll never give up. We're going to beat this virus. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in rally he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to claim victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016 Mako been 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table Cove. It is no longer a death sentence for virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such miraculously advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of covert spread to get re elected. There are 1000 families in this country who lost someone yesterday? There are 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC is this week the U. S has recently set single day records were covert diagnoses. Fox's Grinalds Scott America.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on WJR 760

"Up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic. By the way ends with or without. We're rounding the turn. But we have the greatest companies in the world and they're all set. And we're coming up. We will mass distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks, and it will quickly help us to eradicate it was going to go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus are front line health care workers had given all their best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even died. We have a president who's given up I'll never give up. We're going to beat this virus Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in rally he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to clean Victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016. But covert 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table. David is no longer a death sentence. For virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such miraculously advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of Cove. It's spread to get re elected 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There were 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC is this week. The U. S has recently set single day records for covert diagnoses. Fox's Grenouille Scott America.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Corona virus more of a concern to voters than the economy. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. That's according to a Fox news poll and both candidates pressing hard on the topic of the Corona virus as they make their final campaign stops and key battleground states. The president held a rally in Rome, Georgia, Sunday discussing Corona virus treatments. We come up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic by the way ends with or without. We're rounding the turn, but We have the greatest companies in the world and they're all set and we're coming up. We will bash distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks, and it will quickly help us to eradicate it was going to go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus are friendly healthcare works. You've given all the best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even died. We have a president who has given up I'll never give up. We're going to beat this virus. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in Ali he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to claim victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016. But covert 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table Cove. It is no longer a death sentence. For virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such miraculously advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of covert spread to get re elected 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There were 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC Easy this week. The U. S is recently set single day records for covert diagnoses. Fox's grin off Scott America is.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Corona virus more of a concern to voters than the economy. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. That's according to a Fox news poll and both candidates pressing hard on the topic of the Corona virus as they make their final campaign stops and key battleground states. The president held a rally in Rome, Georgia, Sunday discussing Corona virus treatments. We come up a safe vaccine that is ending the pandemic by the way ends with you without we're rounding the turn, but We have the greatest companies in the world and the role set and we're coming up. We will mass distribute the vaccine in just a few short weeks, and it will quickly help us to eradicate it was going to go anyway. Meanwhile, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, slamming the president for his handling of the Corona virus are front line health care workers getting all their best for this virus, everything to beat it, then even die. We have a president who has given up I'll never give up. We're going to beat this virus. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, speaking at a drive in Ali he held in Philadelphia on Sunday as he fights to claim victory there after the president won the state by a razor thin margin and 2016. But Koba 19 remains a central issue in the campaign's final days with both camps on opposite sides about where America is with the virus, Jason Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table Cove. It is no longer a death sentence for virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such Miraculous advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of covert spread to get reelected. There are 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There were 1000 more that will lose someone today, and those are not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC Easy this week. The U. S has recently set single day records for covert diagnoses. Fox's Grenouille Scott America is.

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COVID-19 cases rising, thousands continue to die

Kim Komando

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 cases rising, thousands continue to die

"Miller and advisor to the Trump campaign says while a vaccine is on the way, the president has brought therapeutics to the table. Cupid is no longer a death sentence for virtually everybody who gets it. We've made such Miraculous advancements. Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn says the president is ignoring the reality of covert spread to get reelected. There are 1000 families in this country who lost someone Yesterday. There are 1000 more that will lose someone today and those air not virtually nobody's both appeared on ABC s this week. The U. S has recently set single day records were cova diagnoses. Gurnal Scott Fox News

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"anita dunn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now we are going to win the state of Michigan again way are going to win four more years in that very beautiful place, called Anita Dunn as a spokesperson for the former vice president Joe Biden. She was out on the Sunday morning TV shows today. He was talking about what they're going to focus on in the remaining couple of days, and also how The former vice president would get a handle on the Corona virus situation. If he's elected Joe Biden respects is frontline workers He respects doctors. He respects Dr Fauci. He'd listened to the scientists, and when he is president, he's going to put a plan in place to get Corona virus under control. The Trump campaign. Obviously they're going to say they feel good. They're going to say that they feel like they can carry everything they did in 2016. But if you look at the enormous enthusiasm that we've seen in the early vote, these record setting early vote numbers, people are going to vote and we're going to know on Election Day. That a record number of people have probably turned out to vote in this election because they want change. Okay, probably is what she said. They're little qualifier. Here's a vice president Pence in North Carolina and Joe Biden's running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, on the campaign trail in Georgia. You said yes to President Donald Trump in 2016. And we know North Carolina.

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Former Obama officials added to Biden's transition team

The Takeout with Major Garrett

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Former Obama officials added to Biden's transition team

"Presidential nominee Joe Biden's using a mix of former Obama administration officials, arrival and vice presidential Possibilities to help run his White House transition team correspondent at O'Keefe reports. It will be led by people, including Ted Kaufman, a longtime aide, Anita Dunn, a former White House adviser to President Obama, who is advising the Biden campaign. Louisiana congressman Cedric Richmond and New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For one month. I'm so access to a public relations firm to tell your story with their platform and also to have an attorney. Which is what I was seeking because of the social media years I wanted like cease-and-desist For some of the things that were being said I wanted protection of some sort and not to be alone and described. Then what happened? I mean this report in the intercept of you waiting to hear from time's up and then what you learned afterwards about its links to the Biden campaign through the Pr Firm. It was absolutely stunning in the twenty plus emails and the multiple conversations that we had not one time not once debase say that they were connected to Anita Dunn who worked for Harvey Weinstein and advised him and helped him keep silence. Some of the women that came forward not one time did they talk about the payments made to the Joe Biden Campaign. Now bear in mind in their defense. They said that second removed but parted their services to provide a platform a social. You know a public relations platform. I don't understand as a survivor and I'm not an investigative reporter not investigator. I'm just speaking as a survivor. It violated my trust when I read Ryan Grim Article. I found out with everyone else and I'm still processing that. I shared my story with them again and again with the attorneys that they sent to me each time. I was rejected by each attorney. One Attorney said we've met as a firm and we have decided there is no legal strategy to safely. Tell your story because it's Joe Biden and what I want to say is that's wrong. That's unconscionable anyone who has a claim or an assertion of something that's happened of misconduct should be able to speak freely without reprisal and as you can see in a social media. I am being ripped apart. I've had my family and my friends contacted. I've had my bankruptcy posted. I have the fact that I had a name. Change which was sealed at a steel social security changed for safety because I'm a domestic violence survivor and I've been dragged through it but I don't care I don't care about that. They can try to strip away everything about me. But they won't take my dignity and they won't get my silence because all that does make me more determined to tell my story and it doesn't change the fact of what happened in Nineteen ninety-three and tower and tower re throughout all this time when you were when you were engaged in discussions with the time's up of folks they never mentioned their relationship with Anita Don or Or how did they finally notify you? That they could not be involved. They started an email. But then I call Delhi asking her what was going on. It was taking some time and I kept getting rejected by attorneys. And she said I was gonna just email you but I have to tell you. There are five one c three status would be at risk. We can keep referring attorneys to you but we cannot provide you funding so then I wanted to escalate it to the director and so we had a meeting with the Director and program manager and I pushed back a little and I said I can't help. Who did this where do I go? How do I get help? How do I get a women's organization to help me? And her response was keeping communications with us. Arteries advised US our five. Oh One C. Three could be at risk because it's presidential election and we can't appear bias so I accepted that response at that time. We have any what I would say is. There's been no access to justice for me and they're in the fall. There's no democracy for me. I want to thank you so much for being with us. Former staff assistant to then Senator Joe Biden she alleges that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in. Nineteen ninety-three that does it for our broadcast. Democracy are produced by Amazing Group of people. My fourteen of governor Carlos time we weren't enough. It'll be rainy. I make with one consultant..

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"anita dunn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"About reparations as up on Larry elder dot com. Among the many, many problems with the whole reparations idea. He points out that lack ownership of slaves was far more widespread than a lot of people thought kind of complicated. Doesn't it? All of that. In more between now and the close of the program remember the anchor Scott Pelley, who had the anchor job on CBS. No, I don't watch CBS news. Larry. He got fired claims. He got fired over complaints of a hostile work environment. All of these news outlets going after Donald Trump because of sexism, because of racism. CNN sued over in allegation of racial discrimination, Washington Post sued over now again of racial discrimination, New York Times, sued over in allegany racial discrimination. And now, Scott Pelley, says he was fired from CBS, because he complained about a toxic sexist culture warned if you kept complaining about it in this environment over here at CBS, you would be fired. He says he was fired over his complaints a hostile work environment. I guess it depends on who you complain to Anita. Dunn the former White House communications director under the Obama administration. Complain to Ron Suskind wrote a book called confidence men about the frat boy antics take place at the White House under Obama at this place. Where the private sector. She said it could be brought up on hostile workplace violations. When the Bill comes out she denied saying it, unfortunately, for her Suskind taped her, and when Washington Post reporter asked to confirm that don't head in fact, it, he said, sure, play the tape for the Washington Post reporter and the Washington Post reporter reported that Saskia have reported verbatim. What need a done set now with my point bringing bringing this up all these years? Was the same rabid media calling President Trump, sexist? He says anything all that could be perceived sexism, sexist. Where were they, you have the communication director, the quivalent of hope Hicks saying this place? So out of control, so sexist this the private sector I could take them to court. First of all, that's the story is the story that she denied saying it. It's a story that turns out, she did say she live. She denied all. That's a story. Hearing this for the first time you're making my point. He was guy. Nobody gave a rip because he was guy. That is why it is hard for us to take it seriously. The things you say about President Trump. Now. I guess isn't technically the. Maybe it's race card. This is race card. There is a award winning journalists as she describes herself. Name Ginnie Mae. She's a native American activists goes to a liquor store. And apparently, the clerk perceives her is drunk refuses to sell her any liquor. Goes back to her. Car comes back inside starts yelling screaming yelling obscenities at the staff or not telling her the wine. After this. Liquor store calls the cops. She also called the cops. Deny TV drinking. Denied that she had done anything inappropriate. Says that she was threatened because she's a Brown woman. So that she was racially profiled by the cops. So she proceed to be drunk, not so wine. She calls the cops they call the cops yelling screaming. She then accuses the police of racially profiling goes public after this. And even threatened to sue the local news station for covering the story. She told the news station. I am one of a majority of people who are victimized by this kind of racial profiling that exists on a daily basis. Neither was I drinking driving at the time. And we're confident that the evidence stands in my favorite, and then the Kate me the fact that I'm a ward winning journalist, and I said to these officers, and they didn't even run an ID check on your check my name, or even validate the fact that I call them for help. I did nothing wrong. I was racially profiled unfortunately for her. Videotape. And he came out to champion native American right says she was racially profiled when a liquor store refused to sell her wine. She also claimed police brutality when deputies showed up to the scene because she was causing a scene thirteen Madeline Schmidt shows you the video be arrest, which does contain some strong language. This is Santa Fe, New Mexico. Has any journalist like Jenny Monet knows there's two sides to every story today she told us her sign while deputy lapel video tells us another Jenny Monet was poised as she spoke at the institute of American Indian arts and Santa Fe this morning. Germ a totally different look from last Friday. Medic. Would she was arrested for DWI at us? She call white supremacist Sanofi liquor store on old Pecos trail after the store, who's to sell her wind be the white supremacy that political science professor from Fordham speaking about last hour, I guess, aiming she appeared drunk sheriff's.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on KCRW

"They can come over right now. They could've come over. Anytime. I spend Christmas in the White House. I spent. New Year's Eve now in the White House. And you know, I'm here. I'm ready to go sounds like he's just sitting there waiting for them to come over and knock on the door. Presumably he's in the mood to negotiate. He well, he's in the mood to talk. I don't know about negotiating best the question like what is he going to give the Democrats that would make them come to the table. Because what what the White House has been offering has not been enough. So what can they give to them? That would make the Democrats want to make a deal. That's the question. NPR's Aisha Roscoe. Thanks so much. Thank you. Well, as we Mark this new year, take note, we are now to six hundred and seventy two days away from the twenty twenty presidential election. Sorry about that and already four democratic contenders have announced they're either running or are considering running. Senator Elizabeth Warren is the most high profile of those. She announced yesterday in a video message to supporters that she is forming an exploratory committee. I'm in this fight all the way right now. Shington works. Great for the wealthy and well-connected. It's just not working for anyone else. The field of Democrats is likely to open up to two dozen names all told so how can Democrats distinguish themselves from one another? We're gonna ask Anita Dunn that question back in two thousand eight done help to distinguish Senator Barack Obama from the others running for the democratic nomination. She served as the communications director for the presidential campaign. And she joins us now, Anita happy new year and happy new year to you and to your listeners, thanks for being here. So what do you make of Senator warns timing what are the benefits and the risks of getting out? So early out of the rest of the crap. I thought her timing was brilliant. Anytime you make news between Christmas and New Year's you basically have a clear field even with the government shutdown. It was still I thought if very strong way to end the Europe beginning year for her. I also thought that the way she did it symbolic of the way people are going to do these announcements now, which is direct. Communication to their supporters. She also had a very clear message, which is going to be the differentiator for all these candidates in twenty twenty. I mean, you talk about what is differentiating her in her message. She focused on economic economic inequality and really seemed to be talking even more left is that how you think of her is that how she is positioning herself in this race. No. I don't think I don't think of it as left or right. When it comes to Elizabeth Warren. She has a consistent record over the years of fighting the economic issues for the middle class. It is what propelled her into the administration into the Obama administration. It is what propelled her into the United States Senate, and it is what has made her in effective. United States Senator how that translates to the presidential campaign level will be interesting to see for all of these candidates who are thinking about writing. But for Lisbeth ward economic inequality and economic issues around the middle class in the lower middle class. How people get taken advantage of have been the propelling value of her political life, although she's had she's had a lot of publicity as of late for really getting into it with President Trump so much. So that some Democrats have warned that she has too much political baggage. And this is the challenge for Democrats. Right. How much to engage Trump in a back and forth about things that aren't related to policy. What are the pitfalls as you see them the winner? If the democratic nomination will be the candidate who successfully figures out how to engage Trump how to challenge Trump how to take him on on issues, and how to communicate with the voters who voted for him in twenty six tenths. And that's why this is going to be a primary process. We need to have is democrat because it's not clear it's the most effective way to do this in two thousand sixteen we saw an entire field of Republican candidates. Not do it affectively each democrat is going to figure out their way. But the person who wins the nomination will be the person who figures this out. Do you think Elizabeth Warren handled it, right? I think everybody will have their fits and starts along the way everybody will kind of feel out what their style will be. That sounds like no. It's not a no it's not. Yes. Because I don't tend to think that things have happened in twenty six twenty eighteen are going to be determinative of who wins the nomination at twenty twenty right? It's a couple of years away a couple of years away, and every candidate is going to make their mistakes in this Rachel I mean, it sounds like you like her though, there's a long list of people who are thinking about throwing their hat in the ring come Harris. Cory Booker of faces. We know Joe Biden Bernie Sanders. Does she stand out in that crowd or do you like someone else? I'm like a lot of Democrats I like whoever can beat Donald Trump. And I and I like almost I like all the candidates who are running. I know many of them I've worked with some of them. They're all very in their own ways, effective, great public servants. And that's why this is going to be a very valuable primary process, but the Democratic Party, we as a party have issues to sort out, and this primary process will allow us to do it. Is it going to be dangerous to have so many in the field though to get these candidates all battered up before the? General. No, I think the larger field means that it's harder for one candidate to become a lightning rod at least at the beginning. And it gives some of the lesser known candidates time to develop their messages having an open primary process is better for this party than a small group of people who ran I didn't think twenty sixteen was healthy for the party. I think this is healthier Anita Dunn former communications director for Barack Obama. We appreciate your time this morning. Well, thank you for having me and happy new happy new year. Speaking of the new year, France rang in two thousand nineteen under a cloud of heavy security in the wake of a recent terror attack, and social unrest that spread out across the country. Francis, president manual Macron used his annual address to call for unity. Jake sagana has the report from Paris..

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"anita dunn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"House that it seemed to me where would have been worth a few shows on Lawrence Donal over on MSNBC, especially the book written by Ron Suskind Pulitzer prize winner given access to members of the Obama administration. And he quotes Anita Dunn. His communications director the same position held by hope Hicks. Saying that there are frat frat house antics going on here in the Obama White House. And she said if this were the private sector, it could be brought up on hostile workplace charges told that Valerie Jarrett book came out and either done denied it. Unfortunately for her Ron Suskind take her play the tape to a Washington Post reporter who said that he reported what Anita Dunn said verbatim. Don't you think it would be a big deal to find out that the Obama White House has a frat house Antic atmosphere? And that a top female official referred to it as a hostile work environment and said if it were the private sector, it could be brought up on charges. No body gave a rip. Bob gates writes, a book called duty says it Obama despite his assertions when he ran that. He only wanted to get out of Iraq. He says he also wanted to get out of Afghanistan Afghanistan, despite sending people in harm's way said that Obama didn't believe in his own strategy. And he said I've never seen a commander in chief like that sending men and women on a mission that he doesn't even believe in wrote a book and said that in Bob Woodward said it was one of the most damning indictment of a sitting commander in chief he'd ever seen. Nobody gave a rip. Bill Clinton as he left office popularity sixty five percent, even as he had crappy ratings regarding his ethics and trustworthiness. They love the way handle the economy. Handling foreign policy. Lightwave thieves Haning race relations. Yeah. He's degenerate. Yeah. He's a scumbag. My paycheck is fatter. Did you consider yourself to be immoral? Because you supported somebody who you didn't support as far as a person's concerned. Oh, so you're able to divorce some of the things he did in the White House including being serviced by an intern. From the fact that the economy is doing well, you able to divorce it interesting how you're able to do that. Do you think maybe that Republicans are doing the same thing with respect to President Trump price Mary who approves of that in the marriage is apparently overlapped who approves of that? He fights. He fights. And the hypocrisy. So thick John. Mccain dies and New York Times and the Washington Post. Both right editorials. Glowing we need the week. We could use another man like McCain says the New York Times. The same New York Times it said. When McCain ran for president two thousand eight he built his campaign based upon class warfare. And hints of racism..

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"anita dunn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Now when the book comes out what happens Anita Dunn deny. She said it which clearly shows you the import of what she said how grave it was how significant it was unfortunately, for her Ron Suskind, probably why he's a Pulitzer prize winner taped her and Washington Post reporter heard the tape and said that I needed done was quoted verbatim. Now. Was there hysteria? I mean after all this is a pro woman president, this is the president always talking about the pay gap between men and women that allegedly women make less money than men do for doing academic work. It's not true. But that's what he believes and one of his first acts was a so-called Lilly Ledbetter act, which altered the statue of limitations where women could consume claiming discrimination because of their sex over wages. This is a pro woman president, and you have a female director of communication saying that this is a hostile workplace because a frat boy antics. Are you kidding me? Did anybody give a rip did anybody care was there with this level of hysteria that we're finding out right now about these the Trump book, and this op Ed piece where was it? Oh, there goes Larry pointing out what about if not pointing out your phoniness. You didn't give a rip because you liked him. So you completely ignored it. Put your hands over your ears. Anita Dunn the White House communications director referred to the Obama White House as having frat house antics hostile workplace if this were in the private sector, we brought up on charges. It never happened written by a guy who got access to the White House who taped the woman who said it she denied it was even a story Whitehouse dot top aide deny seven said something, but she was taped. Where's the story? Am I wrong to point out that Robert Gates? Obama's first secretary of defense wrote a book called duty. While Obama was still commander in chief. And Bob Woodward said is one of the most striking take downs of a sitting commander in chief he'd ever seen. This is the same. Bob Woodward, who wrote the book that we're talking about here, by the way. Bob Woodward wrote a book in which he said that George W Bush making the decision to go to war in Iraq did not lie did he relied on the same? CIA director George Tenet. As the served under Bill Clinton. And who gave them both the same information that the assertion that Osama bin Laden has stockpiles. The WMD was a slam. Did anybody give a rip about the credibility of Bob Woodward, then but now, he's the gold standard phony. Leon Panetta in his book said that. Obama as secretary as chief, quote avoids the vet the battle complained misses opportunities lost his way. Criticize him flip flopping on Syria. Robert Gates says that this Aranh deal with built on a hope I hope that he thought was unrealistic. And criticize the way people in the White House talked about use of the military. Robert Gates said quote, I was running out of patience on multiple fronts. But most of the people blithely talking about the use of military force as if it were some kind of video game close, quote, anybody care that Robert Gates said that people in the Obama administration. We're talking about the use of military force as if it were some kind of video game close boat that they were talking about military options with the president without the secretary of defense even being involved. He was not happy where were you when he wrote that book, you didn't give a rip. Secretary of defense. Number three. Chuck Hagel said the White House is trying to destroy him quote to this day. I don't know what the purpose was mystified by it left, the White House under very bad circumstances. Obama went through four secretaries of defense more than Reagan more than Clinton. Anybody care. Gates said that Obama as a Senator told him that he opposed the surge not for not for military reason. But for political reasons, and he was shocked that he admitted it told them Hillary said the same thing with their controversy over that give me a break. I'm Larry elder. Larry elder, all true. All devastating..

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Steve Bannon, Joe Biden and Vice President discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Steve Bannon, Joe Biden and Vice President discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Craig Allen this morning, six ten a WCBS. The New Yorker festival is dropped Steve Bannon is a headliner after some other panelists including Jim Carey in. Appetite pulled out of the event in protest editor David remnant says he wanted to interview Bannon, but after hearing from its many readers and panel was he felt that it was just not the right forum. He says it wasn't an endorsement it was just an interview. Bannon issued a statement to CNBC saying the decision to drop him is defining moment. And that it shows that Remm Nick was quote gutless when confronted by the howling online mob. In Bannon's words, people close to former vice president Joe Biden say he has given himself until January to decide if he'll run for president in twenty twenty CBS news correspondent Alison cues Fulmer advisers to President Obama like Anita Dunn say Biden feels a great responsibility to people who are urging him to run friends and advisors say he is convinced that he can beat President Trump. But Biden is sizing up potential competition for the democratic nomination that could possibly include vocal liberals, including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders or Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, the seventy five..

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"anita dunn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And the headline in the new york times is as follows drama action emotional power as exhausted eight i the exits trump is reenergized the articles about the pressure that people are under the white house and this mercurial leader donald trump who changes his mind and therefore with saws the staff yata blocked cetera there was a book called confidence men grin by guy named ron suskind oppose the prize winner from that mistake the obama administration gave him access two members of the administration one of those persons he spoke to what a woman named anita dunn anita dunn was obama's communications director the equivalent of the pollution they hope hicks all cocky in the trump administration communications director gordon musician she told suskind because of the sexism and the obama white house coat this place would be in court for a hostile workplace because it actually fit all of the classic legal requirements for a genuinely hostile workplace to women into quote came out not too surprisingly anita dunn denied that she said fortunately for the writer unfortunately for her the writer recorded her and washington post reporter listened to the tape reporter said the suskind quoted anita dunn for begum now this is a man obama iran talking about the income gap between men and women one of the first pieces of legislation he signed was the lilly ledbetter a law which made it easier for women to sue for wage discrimination every year with administration michelle obama talked about the gap between what men earn what women earn for doing the very same work i've told you that that gap is alive but the gap it's real but the reason for it has nothing to do with sexism he had his communication director says quote this white house would be in court for a hostile workplace because it actually fit all of the classic legal requirements for a genuinely hostile workplace to women end of quote first of all that's a story in and of itself no matter what administration is let alone in administration that prides itself on being sensitive to women secondly isn't it a big deal that she denied it turns out she lied when she denied having said it isn't that a story ended of itself apparently not if you're hearing about this for the.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on WGTK

"You know uncomfortable at work or at home or in their other just walking around yesterday i mentioned this book called confidence men written by ron suskind given access to the obama white house he interviewed anita dunn obama's then communications director the same position as was occupied by hope hicks and she said given the frat boy antics in the white house and the sexism display she said if it were the private sector could be brought up on hostile workplace violations no body cared and then she by the way she denied having said it unfortunately for her suskind recorded her and play the tape back to a new to washington post reporter who reported that he wrote down what she said for beta now how does a man like obama run as a champion of women somebody complaining about the alleged pay gap between men and women somebody promises to pass pay equity how does somebody like that get away with what he did it's stunning to me get away with having a communications director who publicly said or who says to valerie jarrett as recorded by ron suskind this place could be brought up on hostile workplace violations if for the private sector how does the media not go crazy over that can you imagine if somebody left the trump white house and said that they're not as good i think i'll be honest the franken case was a difficult case a hard case whenever bill clinton says i'll be a switch hanan your wallet there may be things.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Control of the democrats which may happen the end of this year or the senate and control of the other party advocates fighting reading like children bill clinton has been given several chances to apologize to monica lewinsky and then chances to apologize for failure to apologize to her again bill clinton said that the norms of what you can do with someone against their will well those norms have changed you back in the day semi think that what happened with you was more serious than what happened with senator former senator al franken he was driven from office from the us senate some norms have changed well in general i think it's a good thing yes i think it's a good thing that we we should all have higher standards i think the norms have really changed in terms of what you can do to somebody against their i'll tell you when we know the knowledge of change will know the norms have changed when bill clinton is ask about the allegation made against him by juanita broaddrick that's when you know north of change it was forced the media are concerned but will how much you can crowder's face make them miserable work you don't have to physically assault somebody to make them uncomfortable at work or at home or in their utter just walking around yesterday i mentioned this book called confidence men written by ron suskind given access to the obama white house he interviewed anita dunn obama's then communications director the same position as was occupied by hope hicks and she said given the frat boy antics in the white house and the sexism display she said if it were the private sector could be brought up on hostile workplace violations no body cared and then she by the way she denied having senate unfortunately for her suskind recorded her and play the tape back to a new to washington post reporter who reported that he wrote down what she said for beta now how does a man like obama run as a champion of women somebody complaining about the alleged pay gap between men and women somebody promises to pass pay equity how does somebody like that get away with what he did it's stunning to me get away with having a communications director who publicly said or who says to battery jarrett as recorded by ron suskind this place could be brought up on hostile workplace violations for the private sector how does.

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"anita dunn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"anita dunn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The private sector this place can be brought up on hostile workplace violations told that to valerie jarrett that's his one of his top advisors now when the book came out of course net anita dunn said i didn't say that unfortunately for her mr suskind the writer taped her any washington post reporter heard the tapes and said he wrote verbatim what she said now this book came out while obama was in office alleging that he was his administration was sexist and that if it were the private sector they could be brought up on hostile workplace violations did anybody give a rip do you recall anybody talking about it on cable don't get me started on the allegations made by juanita broaddrick against clinton against hillary now i know bill wasn't running but hillary was anybody during the two thousand sixteen campaign anybody any reporter madam secretary a woman named juanita broaddrick claims she was raped by your husband and their two weeks after the alleged rape you verbally intimidated her do you have a comment are you kidding me if allegations have been made like that against trump you think maybe just maybe reported might have brought it up but let's talk stormy daniels and the bottom line here is there's no campaign finance laws that have been broken this has nothing to do with collusion has everything to do with the left wing media wanting to trash donald trump and therefore giving her headlines base and it's a woman who signed a deal right before the election probably assume the way most people did that trump had no shot at getting elected and if i'm going to get maximum amount of money out of this guy now is my time to do it oops trump got elected and now you realize you sold cheap that's going on here watching an interview of her lawyer listening to interview of her lawyer i believe it was on msnbc picture it was and i kept waiting for the woman to ask him did she voluntarily sign in india and you say trump's signatures on their why did this a valid contract how come the women who signed indie as under four with harvey weinstein's company are coming forward and and and it's willing to be why aren't they doing that.

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