19 Burst results for "Brian Mulroney"

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"The Kid. Stockholm. Blaze. Juliet naked. I don't. Yeah I know. These are all very random. Rolls through like some of them are like Canadian films. Yeah Very. Interesting. But you know it's cool that he's in sinister at kind of goes along with your Halloween. Music stringent of scary movies for a while there. Maybe it's maybe it's connected. Yeah. Speaking of connections. So Blaine Smith is the guy that directed this music video for some kind of miracle and how did you get hooked up with Blaine? Our manager Brian Actually I think you know Brian Mulroney think that name has floated around. Quite some time here and there in the music scene but yeah user manager and he pretty good friends with Blaine. Out O'Brien. Sky Really good. He's got really good credentials news done all these other movies and really everything's short. Very organic just friends of friends and just like, yeah like our manager say I've a friend who's available right now mean even the last night it was just kind of our buddies getting together. So yes. To, your plan like even this, this'll music video kind of fell together like within a week of planning and shooting. In six shooting in one day. So I mean everything fell together really quickly and classic highwire fashion. Well. We are the King of procrastination. Hey, you got. You gotta be procrastinators man some some people work better under pressure you know. How some people get it done? Joe You're saying. I probably know Brian and I'm trying to think if I actually do know Brian outside of high wire and I can't think if I do I'm going to have to like do some research because maybe know Brian besides high wire but obviously we've that's how we set up this interview but To go back and figure out if I know him from elsewhere. But I brought up Blaine because it's a small world as always because Blaine was one of the cool kids in the music scene down here were I'm from. Kasese born and raised in the Kankakee area and so he's He's probably at least four or five years maybe even more than that older than me and when I was growing up. I would tag along with my oldest brother and go to his bands shows and stuff like that, and that's how I met. Blaine now, I don't even know if Blaine remembers me at all probably not because I was just like a little blip at that time. You know I'm just I'm just this WHO's this kid hanging around with you know? I was just a little brother. Just you know very quiet, very reserved, just kind of like watching what everyone's doing kind of thing. You know just absorbing everything but I remember blamed very well, and it was trying before this before we did this podcast, I was trying to remember what some of the bands were that he was in in the Kinky music scene and I want to say one of them was called Orange I could be completely wrong. I don't even know if he talked about that with you guys probably enough we really didn't talk much about music mostly kind of movie stuff at the time but. I didn't I didn't even know. because. I thought that when I saw the name pop up on the the teaser for the music video I'm like Blaine Smith is that the same Blaine because I had I had known he went on to kind of do. TV shows and movies and things like that. But I it's such common sounding name. So I wasn't sure if that was actually him and it turns out it is..

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

WSJ What's News

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

"The nation paid tribute to former President George Hw Bush on Wednesday with President Trump declaring a national day of mourning for his funeral services. The forty first president was eulogized by among others, his son. Former President George W Bush course, dad taught me a no special lesson. He showed me what it means to be a president who served with integrity leaves with courage and with love in his heart for the citizens of our country. When they history books are written. They will say that George H W Bush was a great president of the United States. A diplomat of unmasks killed a commander in chief of formidable accomplishment and a gentleman who executed to do these of his office with dignity and honour Wall Street Journal executive Washington editor Jerry Cy who covered the late president's term in office attended his funeral services on Wednesday. He joins us now to reflect on the life and legacy of former president, George H W Bush, Jerry, thank you so much for joining us. And for those of us who watched the ceremonies at home or at work on Wednesday. I wonder if you can start by just giving us a sense of what it was like to be there at the Washington National cathedral to witness this in person. Well, it was first of all a remarkable crowd that gathered there, you know, you have to remember George H W Bush left office. Quarter century ago twenty more than a quarter century ago in yet you had representatives from all across the world and all across American life there, which I think spoke of the kind of place that he holes in the American memory now, he's he's appreciated more. Now, I think it's fair to say, then he was when he left office, and that's true around the world you had Brian Mulroney. The former prime minister of Canada was eulogised because they became great friends. You had the Prince Charles of the United Kingdom there. You had the king of Jordan. You had the current German prime minister, and you had a whole assemblage of Americans of of significance in substance over the last thirty or forty years all gathered there, so I guess the first thing that struck me was there's only one man who could have brought this crowd together. And that's probably George H W Bush. The second thing that struck me was, you know, George Bush forty first president came to the Oval Office with maybe the best resume anybody's every carried into the Oval Office. He was vice president he was head of the CIA. Use UN ambassador. He was on voided China. He was a member of congress. He had run the Republican party. He was a successful businessman, and he had by most accounts an extraordinarily successful presidency. Lease on the foreign policy front. He oversaw the end of the Cold War, the unification of Germany and a successful Persian Gulf war, yet almost all the conversation. And almost all the eulogizing was about the kind of guy. He was in this word that former President George W Bush used in the clip we heard at the outset here decency. You kept hearing it over and over again his decency at his civility. And I thought it was striking that at a time. When people think a lot of that has been lost in the political debate. That's the thing that people kept coming back to when talking about George H W Bush and for you having covered his presidency. Were there any other particular moments during the ceremonies that resonated with you? I think it was it was that that he was an easy person to cover. For in the sense that he was approachable and really was kind of an open book, which you saw is what you got. Also, what struck me was the loyalty of the people who worked for him. I mean, all kinds of people that I hadn't seen in years and years made it back for this occasion. Which says something about the the way they felt about him. You know, there were a lot of jokes about things we used to joke about because, you know, reporters who I was White House reporter that. And there are pretty cynical lot. Usually we talked a lot about how he wasn't exactly silver-tongued. He was not the world's greatest public speaker. He would Bank lists words and use malapropisms frequently and we all joked about that and made fun of him for that..

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Twitter goes after Donald Trump for not reciting Apostles' Creed or singing hymns at Bush funeral

Red Eye Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

Twitter goes after Donald Trump for not reciting Apostles' Creed or singing hymns at Bush funeral

"Okay. So here's the leftist media. Yes. And what they're concerned about is Trump isn't a Christian. So you're saying that's can you imagine being in that newsroom. Running down the hall, Jimmy. We'll just use Jimmy Olsen for whatever. Running down the hall. Sure, I've got the story what Trump's not Christian like. Jimmy. It's two thousand eighteen you just now figuring that out. He didn't say the apostles creed. It didn't say the street, but he's he's not Christian like he's portraying himself as as a Christian in order to get the Christian support. So you're saying you're saying we shouldn't believe Trump. Well, I I don't think that the definition of a Christian is whether you say the apostles creed, I know, no, no, it is not in a in a church service. Outside of your church. Right. So I think we'll just try to make that clear right now. I don't know. As a Catholic and the apostles creed is set in every Catholic mass. I don't know if you reject Christianity or Catholicism, if you don't say it every time, even if you're in your own church. I've never been told that that is a rejection of Christianity. I've never read where that is an outright sending you would be passed out. Am I lost my head and not speak it while it's being said in a in a in a in a mass, right? Do I have to verbal? I this is this is the that's just so stupid. They believe they're reaching for anything hoping that people. Hook onto it. Well, that's it. Now, that's he didn't walk across. And then he didn't actually mouth. Now, the interesting thing is if he was mouthing didn't sane it Nate accused him of lip synching. Yeah. See bouncing. It wasn't really saying. Which means he didn't mean it what if he'd set it. Oh, I just think he said it. But he doesn't really mean it. I just saw that one. Now. It's just ridiculous. It really is. All right. I wanna play this audio cut here. This is from the funeral mass yesterday. Former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney in part of his eulogy for George Herbert Walker Bush, and I thought it would do this just because you know, we go back to governor Cuomo saying that America's never been great isn't great won't be great never has been great, whatever. And that's an area that you hear from the left on a consistent basis. So let's see what the former Canadian Prime Minister, thanks about the United States of

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Him? That's why he was fair. I'm leaving the silence because Jon Meacham who a remarkable writer. He's written great books on Jefferson, one of the best Jefferson biographies, one of the best Andrew Jackson biographies. And certainly the most extraordinary biography of George Herbert Walker Bush. And as as somebody who pays attention to the craft of writing. What you just heard is the conclusion of one of the most gorgeous Lee written eulogies you're ever about to hear. Now. Why did they pick Jon Meacham? Why did they pick? Alan simpson. Alan simpson's. A former Senator from Wyoming now. Bush worked with thousands of members of congress. It really does come to thousands because he was in the house of representatives. And then he worked for years as vice president eight years as vice president for us as president with many, many different members of congress why Alan Simpson and why the former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney. Who who also was asked to give a eulogy. And the answer is because these were people who knew him very, well, they were very close.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"New York City border to border and coast to coast your connected with Tom solvent. Thanks for joining us. I'm Sam Shane in for Tom Sullivan. Tom just taking the day. I know that there was some time. When Tom was off quite a few days in a row, but this is just a one day deal. Thank you for being here. It's my pleasure to fill in for Tom into what a day, it has been really a remarkable state funeral. For former President George Hw Bush. We're gonna spend a lot of time on that. Coming up here in the next hour for sure and something tells me, it might dominate a good portion of the next three hours here on the Tom Sullivan show. Also, we're going to touch upon some of the other issues in Washington DC behind the close behind closed door meeting between the United States senators in some of the lead investigators from the CIA talking about specifically the killing of Jamal kashogi, the journalist apparently allegedly at the hands of Saudi Crown prince again, this was behind closed doors, and we're going to hear from a few of the senators that were in that meeting number one their reaction to what they heard how they think the US should handle relationships with Saudi Arabia going forward. But second of all Senator rand Paul very critical of the meeting in why he thinks that this is just another representation of what he calls the deep state in Washington DC critical of closed door meetings. We're going to get into that. And find out if your concerned about that as well. Does this need to be more in the open, Robert Muller? Apparently is about to wrap things up. I don't know how many times we've heard this one, but that is surfacing again in the headlines that his investigation which began into Russia and has now veered off in a number of different directions could be headed for some sort of conclusion. We did learn, of course, that Michael Flynn who is under investigation apparently has been cooperating with Muller and the investigators and this Russia investigation apparently is moving forward. So far, and we're going to hear from someone who said so far this has been a really good investigation for promises. And not so good for results that this is still one big nothing sandwich. How do you read? What's going on with the Muller investigation? Also, we hope to get into is there a democrat out there who can beat President Donald Trump in two thousand twenty Bruce Springsteen says, Nope. Bruce, Springsteen big time democrat doesn't see it. So what does the field look like? And who are some of the emerging stars on the democrat side that are bubbling up to the surface that maybe you haven't heard of and we're going to hear from prominent of a leading United States Senator who says Democrats are too smart for voters. So a lot to get into their. But the news of the day is, of course, this national day of mourning here in the United States of America. The George H W Bush state funeral. Thousands gathered to pay their respects to George H W Bush during the state funeral services was held at the Washington National cathedral on a national day of mourning. He is the last president from the greatest generation. And I just mentioned to somebody in the studio just a second ago our country needed this at this time. This was a very moving stirring stoic. Wonderful unifying ceremony today at a time when our country is incredibly divisive at a time when we hear politicians on election night talking about the need for unity and three weeks later, issuing divisive words against their opponents. That was not what this man was. And that is not what this ceremony was his son. Former President George W Bush former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney biographer, Jon Meacham, all delivered eulogies for the forty first. President former Senator Alan Simpson of Wyoming, a close friend in the elder Bush of the elder Bush also spoke he was very funny. Simpson was great. We've got a clip for him. We're gonna play that for you momentarily. The eulogy by his son was a moment for the history books. We're gonna play a couple of clips from George W Bush in just a second the president you'd eulogized another president who just happened to be his father very emotional time. President Trump was their first lady Melania Trump was there. Barack and Michelle Obama were there Bill and Hillary Clinton and Jimmy Carter, all in attendance. So the ceremony was held for some time at the United States capitol. That's where the forty first president was lying in state since Monday evening, and then a motorcade transported Bush's casket to the cathedral. The service began at eleven o'clock eastern time in the morning. We'll get into his life in just a second. But before we do I wanna play or the first Clinton. This is former President George W Bush. Recalling his father's values in life. He was an epithet.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on WJR 760

"Walker. Bush who survived that fiery fall into the waters of the Pacific three quarters of a century ago. Made our lives and the lives of nations freer, better, warmer and nobler. One of the saddest things about his tenure was how the media on the left, especially and I want to single out Maureen Dowd for this. Always resented his privileged upbringing as somehow that was a disqualifier, and the fact that he exhibited gentility and grace will that somehow made him a wimp, I know something that troubled his family deeply that. This was a tough man who was tough in politics tough when he flew fifty combat missions. And in his son today said, nevertheless, this was someone who could relate to anybody could relate to people from all walks of life. He was an epithet man he valued character over pedigree. And he was no Senate look for the good each person. And it usually founded. Thankfully, those that spoke at his funeral did not engage in an any anti-trump rhetoric. They didn't point out the president some of it might have been thinly veiled though, but they were talking about the virtues of this man from twenty-five years ago different political climate that culture different skills. Former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney. When George Bush was president of the United States of America. Every single head of government in the world knew that they were dealing with a gentleman a genuine leader one who was distinguished resolute and brave. Jon Meacham also said what he called he engaged in an exhibited. Would he call the most American of creeds his life code.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Brian Mulroney, the former premier of Canada recalled President Bush's role in pivotal moments of Cold War history. The Gulf war the Americans with disabilities. Act ABC's. Karen Travers joins us from Washington National cathedral care, Aaron I think those eulogies, of course, had these amazing moments talking about George W H W Bush and his legacy in politics. But this speech that everybody is going to be talking about. Of course is the one from his son from the President, George W Bush who broke down with the motion at the end when talking about his father as saying he is the best starter a son or daughter could have had, but he got in some humorous ribbing of his dad just perfect moments to break up the speech that had people wiping away tears had people laughing where he talked about his dad's love for life. He said this was a person who wasn't cynical. He was somebody that saw the good in people and always tried to live every. In it to the fullest. And he chalked that up to the experiences. His dad had as a young man he said he had a staph infection and nearly died. And of course, when his plane was shot down while serving as naval aviator in World War Two that those experiences made him live at two speeds full-throttle and sleep. That's why he golfs fast. That's why he jumped out of a plane with a parachute at age ninety because he wanted to squeeze every last bit about out of life. But he also said he wasn't somebody that was too busy to not stop and share that level light with his family and friends somebody who fully appreciated the value of not just work. But everything else, I think this line from the George W Bush that his father was the brightest of a thousand points of light and that he recognized that serving others enriched one sold just very sentimental. Very classic George W Bush mixing that humor with the personal and not talking about him as a politician. This was him. As a son talking about his ABC's? Karen Travers, our White House correspondent at Washington National cathedral, where George W Bush did in fact show up at the end of his eulogy before regaining his composure. He notably patted. His father's lag draped casket twice as he went back to his seat at the cathedral. Former First.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Gonna talk to a purple heart recipient who's benefited greatly from warrior foundation freedom station coming up in just a little bit. And it's gonna make you want to give money or even more money sustained right now, the news with Marshall Phillips L, President Trump's going to be holding a private meeting with the Bush family today leading up to George H W. Bush's funeral that'll be at the Washington National cathedral tomorrow, Trump is going to be meeting with the bushes at Blair House. The presidential guest house right across from the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue. Didn't speak. It LBJ's funeral for instance, memorial service. Okay, there just other examples. Right. The last several funerals and the current president is spoken. But it's not always been that way. So it's not crazy that Trump's not speaking. Right. Yeah. Tomorrow at the state funeral as you just mentioned, Trump will not be speaking Bush will be eulogized by his son. Former President George W Bush, the former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, former Senator Alan Simpson apparently became a close friend to Bush Simpson and presidential historian Jon Meacham, who was Bush's biographer Ryan, Jon Meacham, couldn't speak more highly OBE Hw. Yup. Good. Good lineup. Yep. Meanwhile, President Trump went off in another round of Twitter attacks yesterday Twitter attacks and praise he first off you blasted his former attorney Michael Cohen who cut a deal with prosecutors in the Muller investigation. Trump tweeting quote, Michael Cohen asked judge for no prison time. You mean, he can do all of the terrible unrelated to Trump things having to do with fraud, big loans, taxis, etc. And not serve a long prison term. He makes up stories to get a great and already.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"The same it who were the people we should discuss from the wedding that we don't really get much time to typically well the one that has been coming up again and again that that i only recently got to google and got kind of like obsessed with is her quote unquote maid of honor shouldn't have a maid of honor but they were calling this woman her maid of honor she is a canadian socialite she's a canadian socialites actually a good word she married the son of a former prime minister which is like primo socially can't for canada her name is jessica mulroney they call her a stylist on she does style stuff she like owns a shoe company's yourself at least she was born jessica brownstein a great last name like i like seems like she might be jewish know just a guess she her father owned montreal's browns shoes this is like pure canadian like laura here born on more on the canadian side of agra falls has a penthouse tower you know like right what and so she married she married ben mulroney who's a tv host and he's a son of a former prime minister named brian mulroney apparently will rone's like a kind of a list name in canada because of the it's like obama or whatever okay okay right but he went on to be kind of the billy bush of canada which is i didn't just say that i confirmed it with the canadian friend because my texan my canadian friend and she was kind of like yeah they they are pretty known i mean you know they're a little she's like who we he has them last name so i was like oh it's a billy bush situation okay we'll like preoctober twenty sixteen billy bush we hope right but now.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The dossier before january fifth wheel weird before he was briefed by his intelligence community on just how much did he know i think that's going to be a very significant question that needs to be answered and you know when you talk about leaks the number of leaks that have come out in the last year and and some which are just factually wrong others which are national security related particularly with regard to dead national security advisor michael flynn and his conversation with and bath your teeth we act these are some of these leaks are criminal and they're investigating them right now is the doj and i think that uh putting these questions out there giving them till march ii i believe with they don't answer as the next step would be the subpoena them or what connection i think that this is related in any way to what we learned about susan rice and her memo to self on january 20th inauguration day uh just before she was leaving the white house for the last time and she writes oh night go to self barack obama said do it by the book he said do it by the book he said do it by the book uh when she wrote that no to self which was interesting to made a is this in relation to what might have come up with a january fifth meeting because they were also talking about not telling the trump administration the incoming administration uh anything or a lot of things about this ad for wear reacting to you brian mulroney gradepoint there and it added according her thornton light though can like relating to that as well and that front being that they wanna with you and think about this sean and this is a question that keep coming at wing that strange email to yourself susan rice and and when she talked about doing it by the book why did they do other things not by the book beforehand that they have to you know that she out to overly emphasis i do it by the book in this particular instance you know was this a cya as people are are eating you know based on that the strange this and this email that she sending it to.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"About leaks the number of leaks that have come out in the last year and sun which are just factually wrong others which are national security related particularly with regard to then national security advisor michael flynn and his conversation with and bath your teeth react these are some of these leaks are criminals and they're investigating them right now is the doj and i think that uh putting new questions out there hitting them till march second i believe that they don't answer as the next that would be the subpoena them or it so what do you think that this is related in any way to what we learned about susan rice and her mental to cells on january twenty inauguration day uh just before she was leaving the white house for the last time and she writes oh night though to self barack obama said by the book he said do it by the book he said do it by the book uh when she wrote that no to self which was interesting to made uh is this in relation to what might have come up with a january fifth meeting because they were also talking about not telling the trump administration the incoming administration uh anything or a lot of things about this ad for wear reacting to brian mulroney gradepoint there and it it according her threatened by soaking like relating to that as well and that from being that they want wear and think about their shine and there's no question that keep coming at wing that strange email cure south back he's right that and when she talked about giving advice the book why did they do other things knock fighter but beforehand that they have to overly anthracite do it by the book in this particular incident you know why people art art eating you know based on that the strange there said this email that you sending it to sell uh so these are questions asked me the answer to the need to know who inside the administration was aware of this because as we know now as the evidence has come four thousand this onion is being peeled back could we used to say uh we see more and more that the direct collusion here what the dnc the hillary clinton campaign fusion gps a foreign agent x agent a british spy christopher feel the fsb.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Rise marine le pen gene israeli wasn't successful but macron is finding out that democracy and sovereignty go hand in hand he's finding that out nice france right now joining us now i'm delighted he's with us a man who has described by the way as the outsider who has become trump's man inside the senate i like that you know he looks like by the way in this picture he looks like brian mulroney from the side the old prime minister of canada has anyone ever told you that senator purdue center david purdue from georgia my friends i senator purdue houria well hey laura howard year lepuc outlook turbot before your third i want to give your congratulations shout out era i'm very excited about ten o'clock show i obviously are really looking forward i will get you know you know what i'm going to say thank you number one number two a lot of you senators are already telling me i'm not going to stay up late you're going to have to pretape me and i'm gonna say okay then you're not coming on the show okay so you always twenty four seven laura yeah okay i mean if you're trump's man inside the senate then you've got a role with me at ten o'clock at night you can't you can't that exam you gotta but in the show up okay because i've already heard from some of your colleagues at well can you tape me at seven p out like what part of no don't you understand no in and wherever fine show so you're you're gonna wanna come on the show is going to be a not that any show all the other shows on fox aren't fun but we're going to have a bit of a different approach to some of these issues and do cook by the way because we're gonna quoting segment every night duty of have g cooke no you're i'll be with you.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on KOIL

"The way as the outsider who has become trump's man inside the senate like you know he looks like by the way in this picture he looks like brian mulroney from the side the old prime minister of canada has anyone ever told you that senator produce senator david purdue from georgia my friends i senator purdue houria well hey laura howard year electric up but before your thorough review congratulations shout out here are very excited about new park to i obviously i really look the order i will get you know you know what i'm going to say thank you number one number two a lot of you senators are already telling me i'm not going to stay up late you're gonna have to pretape me and i'm gonna say okay then you're not coming on the show okay so you only twenty four seven law yeah okay i mean if you're trump's man inside the senate then you got a role with me at ten o'clock at night i can't you can't that is down you gotta but a button to show up okay because i'm already heard from some of your colleagues at well can you tape me at seven p out like what part of no don't you understand now in and wherever fine show so you're you're gonna wanna come on the shows are going to be a not that any show all the other shows on fox aren't fun but we're going to have a bit of a different approach to some of these issues and do cook by the way because we're gonna work looking segment every night to cook no i'll eat it i'm just i'm just kidding about the cooking at least not right away but they won't apparently we won't get a stove right away but i'm working senator purdue let's talk about where we are here first your comment on the president's speech before we get into the obamacare repeal effort uh and then we're going to talk about the border wall and the razak but what's your reaction to this this to this the caterwauling we're hearing from the media earlier and political elites about trump's use of the word sovereignty which apparently they're just terrified of by here democrat pera walling our president has struck.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"His name is ben rooney he is the son of former prime minister brian mulroney what he's while he's a billy bush excellent mazel a billy bush you look his portable like a cooler than billy bush totally he's and he's like a way better guy than billie but but i would say yes like actually i think a lot of our more famous can like just famous in canada personalities come from like talk shows in entertainment shows like not necessarily so news adjacent programming totally okay interesting totalling but you so okay and also speaking of canadian celebrities you are part of this long dynasty this to grassy dynasty which by the way was calling to grassi and i got yelled at other podcasts i'm sure you heard very rude you have a lot of fans telling me how to pronounce to grassy correctly so that's yet that is like a whole weird thing that started with the american network that the show islamic when the show was on the and all their promos they would say degree aussie wow and we're like where does that leave lost in translation not between english and english so you are part of this this longrunning kind of canadian entertainment dynasty of of actors who've been in who've been been to digress he high school so i guess my question is what is it like to be part of that in canada and also now that it's also in american thing to what is it like to come to america where'd you get where do people talk to you the most and what kinds of things.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Nice yeah so then i guess that at least the question what is the stomach problem where where is this will come from an i guess the the most komen exclamation out that would be the in some way disor relates to the great recession this is a a product to the two thousand eight financial crisis and and what's come from that so i think that that the crisis is a fact not a cause i think that the financial eyes asian of everything that the shift you know that you can really date to thatcher and reagan and pinochet and brian mulroney in canada from uh markets as a place that you go to once a fortnight to a moral ideology that tells you who is deserving and who isn't um this kind of circular reasoning of meritocracy which you know i hasten to remind you was a was a satirical term when it was coined by the same fine fellow gave us the open university that this idea that like the best people are rewarded by the market and we can tell because we're the best people we know in the market has rewarded us uh that moral philosophy after decades did not produce shared prosperity did not produce productivity gains and we talk a lot about robots taking your these jobs robots are taking everybody's giles why would anyone pay to build robots when labor is so cheap after the systematic dismantling of all labour health and safety and environmental rules for a decade and a half.

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"brian mulroney" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"brian mulroney" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"It was steve kerr and they mixed him in dream on green up i don't know if you've seen the two side by side natal again hitting alike okay like steve kerr and dream on green don't look anything like i know this is radio but i can confirm that i was sam are tech producer and kevin figures are national anchor data lookalike either trai on green this i was sam look completely different than kevin figures there it is so the whole the whole notion that the officials just got mixed up is bs i'm albina per second here was theron loo after the game talking with the media about it for you give an explanation on what happened with us who technical foul a'dream on thirdquarter mike callahan told me that um the i wanna call was all steve kerr at i said was right on the box on all the see the it was all day long the oscars table people said the same thing the evidently said lozo steve kirk i want so those exclamation the so afterwards we have we have more because the officials mike kellyanne and john goebel they met with a poor reporter guy who's there after the game and it was brian mulroney of these societa press an actually i've talked to brian a couple of times actually a good guy and so they got a transcript of the back and forth with the poor reporter from the associated press in one of the questions miss this is where i know something's off the question from the poor reporter was when you actually called the one on steve kerr how did you explain it to the table and the official answered with after calling the loose ball foul on dream on green i noticed the reaction by coach curre and then assess the technical foul in the moment i thought i had verbalize to the table that the technical foul was on coach curre after looking at the video no i did not verbalised to the table and looking at the video i should have done a better job of making sure that the table new the technical fouls on coach curre.

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