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'The Double Hack From Inside': The Vulnerabilities of US Voting Machines

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

'The Double Hack From Inside': The Vulnerabilities of US Voting Machines

"Vulnerabilities. The machines has been known for decades. And it's been known on the left and writer sebastian. It's so bad that defcon which is a gathering of hackers convention of hackers. They used to have a contest on. Who could hack these machines now. They're letting grade school junior high and high school students do it. It's so simple. The machines have known to be a problem forever and ever. We cannot rely on them. And what i have seen is a continued Identification of the machine vulnerabilities. I have not seen proof that they were hacked. I believe our election was hacked from within and it was done knowingly buy blue state officials who entered into unique and private public partnerships and contracts to share sensitive citizen data with the private sector. Let's talk about these as a. Is this the half a billion dollars from facebook or is this something else. it's something else. Okay so explain this hacked from inside what is referred to fill okay. It's it's kind of a double hack so to speak you. Have this shadow government of nonprofits that injected more than a billion dollars of talent and money's including four hundred and fifty million dollars from mark zuckerberg through nonprofits to buy local election offices in the urban core consistent with former campaign manager for obama. David plouffe designed to win the election for by so they use their money to buy these offices. They paid the judges. They did all these things. They demanded them that they would proceed in a certain way. And if they didn't they take their money away and they pick a very serious accusation when you say by these officials. These aren't bribes. They're actually openly funding. These local election bodies correct. Let's be specific that's right and and they paid their salaries. They paid the judges. They paid all of that and they told him what to do or they'd claw their money back and they became partisan campaign turnout centers for by.

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Biden Gets Support From the Koch Political Network

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Biden Gets Support From the Koch Political Network

"Of the cook left. And the Cook, right? I think libertarians But not all libertarians are cooks, of course. But there are kooks. Coke world believes in open borders at the same time, it believes in diminishing our defenses. In other words, it's suicidal in my humble opinion. Suicidal. They weren't always this way. But they're this way now. Coke world comes to Biden's defense on Afghanistan. This is Axios, which is a left wing side. President Biden is getting some unlikely backing for his Afghanistan troop withdraw from a long time nemesis, the Coke political network. They haven't been a longtime nemesis for a long time now. Concerned Voters for America, a foreign policy focus arm of Charles Cox stand together political and policy apparatus is coming to Joe Biden's defense after the U. S would draw Handed control of the country to the Taliban. This week. The Coke political network is one of the foremost antagonists of the Obama administration, in which Biden served as vice president. I think he made the right decision to withdraw, said Dan Caldwell. A senior adviser to C V, a And foreign policy campaign manager for staying together, he told Axios in an interview. This guy is obviously sold out. Caldwell said. There should be a thorough review of how the withdrawal was undertaken. And if they larger, two decade war effort, But I am frankly uncomfortable to Monday morning quarterback decisions made around the withdrawal while it's going on why That's bizarre. If not now, when. It's not us who Keep hope alive. He also rebuked some

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FOX 11 to Host Gubernatorial Debate

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | 3 months ago

FOX 11 to Host Gubernatorial Debate

"California's problems are many. They are teetering on the brink of disaster. They are teetering on the brink. Mass mandates are back in los angeles. They don't know what's going to happen with the schools. The crimewave is astonishing in places like la proposition forty seven which decriminalized theft has led to a lot of people. Doing a lot of thieving. That had not previously happened because criminalized theft up to nine hundred fifty dollars. There are issues of plenty. But the reason i left the state five years ago taxes. And it's the reason my california has for the first time since the census began to be taken for california decline in population over ten years. So it will be an important debate. Mark your calendar there are not going to be any tickets friends I'm sorry. I don't start calling me up and asking me for tickets i'm just a moderator. The room is only so big. It will be a full of cameras. It will be carried statewide on the fox. News channels various affiliates fox. News eleven there san francisco sister station at cetera. But i guarantee you. I will play lots of it for you on the air. I also larry elder's calling in this morning. I talked to his campaign manager last night. I said get him out of bed. You know i know. It's four o'clock in the morning in california. But i can tell you. We have an eleven share in san francisco in a similar share in l. a. and san diego at this hour and i don't know it's really hard to get people out of bed at four o'clock in the morning yesterday kevin falkiner got out of bed at five thirty five or so to do the five forty five segment on the hugh hewitt show

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El Salvador Made Bitcoin Legal

The Breakdown with NLW

02:20 min | 4 months ago

El Salvador Made Bitcoin Legal

"What's going on guys. It is wednesday june ninth. And what you just heard open. The show was the sound of kareem. Lukhele the brother of the president of el salvador as well as his campaign manager narrating the passage of the bill by which el salvador became the first nation in the world to recognize bitcoin as legal tender. It was part of a larger hour-long discussion last night with the president himself. That happened holy spontaneously. A nick carter space on twitter. Setup to casualty chat while he cooked himself pork chops for dinner. This conversation happened late at night. And i only caught it by the grace of a fast flickering power outage in our house which caused every appliance to beep in. Wake me up me being a complete degenerate. I did a quick pass on twitter before heading back to sleep in. The first tweet. I saw was from one minute earlier from nick saying president of el salvador in my twitter spaces right now before we get into what he said. Let's go back to what happened over the previous twenty four hours. Beginning of the day was a cascade of politicians from central and south america. Giving themselves laser is we covered that on yesterday's show by the evening. Though the big news was the full text of el salvador's bitcoin legal tender bill had dropped and at the risk of this running a little long. I'm actually going to read the full english translation. It's actually pretty short. And i think is important to give you the full context for our discussion. Considering that in accordance with article one or two of the constitution of the republic the state is under the obligation to promote and protect private enterprise generating the necessary conditions to increase national wealth for the benefit of the greatest number of inhabitants that under legislative degree number two a one published in official gazette number two forty one volume three forty nine dated december. Twenty second two thousand united states dollar was adopted as legal tender said. Approximately seventy percent of the population does not have access to traditional financial services that it is the obligation of the state to facilitate the financial inclusion of its citizens in order to better guarantee their rights that in order to promote the economic growth of the nation it is necessary to authorize the circulation of a digital currency whose value answers exclusively to free-market criteria in order to increase national wealth for the benefit of the greatest number of inhabitants. That according to the previous considerations it is essential to issue the basic rules that will regulate the legal course of bitcoin

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Bill is back to make Washington, DC 51st state — still faces high hurdle in Senate

All Things Considered

03:20 min | 7 months ago

Bill is back to make Washington, DC 51st state — still faces high hurdle in Senate

"The license plates for D C. Residents read in big, bold letters and taxation without representation. It's a rallying cry against D. C is the lack of direct voting power in the U. S. Congress as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports. Statehood advocates are hopeful that what was once seen as a liberal pipe dream is now gaining traction. 30 years ago, delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton first introduced a bill for Washington D. C. Statehood. She's back at it, and this time, she says, it feels different. We've gotten off of the wish list, too. On approach of a new reality. Norton says she's encouraged by national polls that suggest growing support for statehood and the record number of co sponsors. The House legislation and its Senate counterpart, have Her bill, which strength the size of the federal district and admit the remaining area as the nation's 51st state. But Republicans stand universally opposed, arguing it would take a constitutional amendment to admit D. C as a state. Here's Georgia Congressman Jody Hice during today's House oversight hearing, the Democratic Party attempting a political power grab of obtaining more senators, that's entirely what this is all about. That phrase power grab is a constant and GOP messaging on statehood, referring to the fact that the district votes overwhelmingly for Democrats and would likely elect two Democratic senators. But Norton tells NPR that at its core statehood is not about politics while we're looking for is equality with other Americans, especially since we pay the highest federal taxes per capita in the United States, she notes that D C has a population of over 700,000 residents larger than Wyoming and Vermont. Last year when the House first past Norton's bill, Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, dismissed that point. Wyoming is a well rounded working class state. New state of Washington would not be. It was a barb that stung many residents in the district, including business owner Deana Dorsey Calloway. You can't see me, but I'm having an emotional reaction. The eyes are watering probably hear my voice quivering of it, because Just it's disgusting. It's you're a sure of an entire population of people here in Washington, advocates argue statehood is also a civil rights issue, as most of DC's residents are minorities. We do believe this is one of the most important racial justice fights of our time that stash a Rhodes, campaign manager of 51 for 51, a statehood campaign from our perspective, leaving 700,000 mostly black and brown residents without a vote in Congress is racism. D C. Residents pay federal taxes and serve in the military but have no voting Congress. This is an injustice and honestly a stain on American democracy. Norton's bill is all but guaranteed passage in the House. There's broad support from Democrats in the Senate and the White House. But there's a road block. The Senate has a big brick wall in front of its called the Filibusters that house bills are passing and slamming right into. That's Ellie's up Nick of Fix our Senate, a campaign focused on eliminating the legislative filibuster, which requires a 60 senator threshold to advance most bills. Not all Senate Democrats are on board with eliminating the maneuver, arguing it's meant to protect the minority party. But unless that brick wall is eliminated or changed, D C statehood goes back to being on the Democratic wish list.

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How outcome of Georgia Senate runoffs could affect Biden's agenda

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:13 min | 10 months ago

How outcome of Georgia Senate runoffs could affect Biden's agenda

"Begin in Georgia, where results from the Senate runoff elections are continuing to come in. Democrats are set to claim another seat with Raphael Warnock projected to defeat Republican Kelly Leffler. Warnock addressed his supporters overnight. We prove that with hope Hard work and the people by our side. Anything is possible. With 98% of precincts reporting, Warnock has claimed 50.6% of the vote. But Lefler has yet to concede. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country. War Knocks. Victory ends more than 30 year losing streak for Democrats in statewide run offs It also leaves control of the Senate. Up to the state's other runoff between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Also off the contest remains tight, with all soft ahead by about 13,000 votes. Gabriel Sterling is Georgia's voting system implementation manager. There's a potential where some of these elections could be within a half a point, So the second place finisher will have the opportunity to potentially ask for a recount again. So I've currently has 50.1% of the vote. Well, Purdue, is it 49.9%. Some absentee votes have yet to be counted. And as many as 17,000 military and overseas ballots are due by Friday. President Elect Joe Biden's agenda hinges on the outcome. Jeannie's A No, is a Bloomberg News contributor and professor of political science at Iona College. All the things that you know Biden has talked about wanting to do. I'm not suggesting he'd be able to do all of them, but certainly you two have a lot better shot. If you have a Chuck Schumer controlling that gavel versus a Mitch McConnell. But even if Democrats do take the Senate, the majority remains small. More on that from Bloomberg News contributor and former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. Just because you have the majority and you can set the agenda doesn't mean you get your gender past and their big, close sentence, close houses. It's only a 10 vote margin in the House of Representatives that Speaker Pelosi has so any given issue is going to have defections with levelers loss, Republicans must hold on to produce Senate seat to keep their hold on the chamber, though it may take days to determine the final outcome of that race.

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"Merry Christmas for a long list of felonies on President Trump's newest pardon list. 29 more pardons and commutations and all the president issued pardons to former campaign manager Paul Manafort and former adviser Roger Stone. Manafort convicted of financial crimes stone convicted of lying The lawmakers, he told Fox is Tucker Carlson. My prosecution was completely politically motivated, which are also pardon Charles Kushner, father of presidential son in law, Jared Kushner. The older Kushner prosecuted for tax fraud by former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was the U. S attorney at the time in

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As Corrupt As It Gets? Trump Pardons Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort, Adviser Roger Stone

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

As Corrupt As It Gets? Trump Pardons Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort, Adviser Roger Stone

"Or wipes out prison sentences for nearly 50 people over the past two days, including 29 today. If he's Jackie Quinn reports. Those help by Trump Today include some key figures among the dozens of new pardons issued by President Trump, his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and his close associate, Roger Stone, who months earlier had his sentence commuted by Trump. Observers say this underscores the president's determination to use his office in the final weeks to unravel the results of special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation Tuesday. President Trump Pardon to other people convicted In the Russia probe. Before the pardon

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key takeaways from Georgia Senate runoff debate

Charlie Parker

01:03 min | 11 months ago

key takeaways from Georgia Senate runoff debate

"Seats met on the debate stage last night to address the nation prior to the runoff election set for January. 5th Senator Kelly Leffler and her challenger Raphael Warnock, went head to head in Atlanta overnight for their first and possibly on Lee debate, Senator Leffler slamming Warnock for allegedly wanting to defund the police. My opponent, Radical liberal Raphael Warnock has called police officers, Gangsters, thugs, bullies and a threat to our Children. Democrat John Assaraf went up against an empty podium after Senator David Perdue declined his invitation to attend. Ausaf claimed his absence was because her do felt entitled to his Senate seat. He's not here because he's afraid he may incriminate himself, David produced campaign manager saying. Quote tonight we witnessed something we didn't know was possible. Candidate lost the debate against himself an epic failure. President Trump held a rally in Georgia's Saturday to drum up support for senators for doing Leffler. If Democrats win bow seeds, then it would be a 50 50 split in the Senate, with Vice President elect Kamila Harris, casting the deciding vote. President Trump's personal attorney,

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Trump threatens to veto defense bill over social media shield law

Charlie Parker

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Trump threatens to veto defense bill over social media shield law

"The federal law that protects social media sites from liability over their content. Trump made the declaration on Twitter calling section 2 30 a serious threat to our national security and election integrity section. 2 30 is part of the 1996 Communications Decency Act that shields websites from being held responsible over the content they allow. Trump has taken issue with the measures and social media sites started taking action against some claims in his post. Former Trump campaign manager in San Antonio businessman Brad Par

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Miami-Dade Commissioners Will Appoint New Commissioner To Replace Levine Cava

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Miami-Dade Commissioners Will Appoint New Commissioner To Replace Levine Cava

"Miami Dade commissioners continue playing musical chairs is they're set to approve a new commissioner to the District eight seat being vacated by Mayor Daniella Levin. Cava. After divided board vote 75 against hosting a $1 Million special election commissioners are expected to appoint a new commissioner today. But Commissioner Joe Martinez says he'll continue the fight for an election because you can't put a price on democracy. And this gives the incoming commissioner an unfair advantage for the next election because they're gonna be in office for two years without having to be in front of the voters without having to put your name up there. The top contender is fellow Democrat Danielle Cohen Higgins, a lawyer whose campaign manager also ran Cavazos mayoral race. Other candidates include commission Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa and Palmetto Bay Vice Mayor John Du Bois, Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 16, the B U, Y. O D.

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Biden Nominates More Members Of His Economic Team

CNN Political Briefing

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Biden Nominates More Members Of His Economic Team

"Biden has also tap. Cecilia rouse to lead. The council of economic advisers should be the first woman of color in that role as well if she's confirmed now. The president elect also recently announced that he will have an all female senior. Communications team led by faces already familiar to his campaign kate. Betting field who served as his deputy campaign manager will be as white house communications director and former obama white house. Communications director jen. Psaki will be named as the white house press secretary corrine jean-pierre who was a senior advisor to the campaign and then comma harris's chief of staff will serve as principal. Deputy press secretary simone sanders who also served. As a senior biden campaign adviser will be serving as senior advisor and chief spokesperson for vice president. Elect common-law harris

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Biden announces all-female White House communications team

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Biden announces all-female White House communications team

"The prison elect is busy deciding who will serve on his communications team. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield will serve As White House communications director and current confirmations director Jen Psaki will become the White House press secretary with former chief of staff to Kamila Harris Karine Jean Pierre, serving as Deputy Press Secretary. Simone Sanders abiding senior adviser formerly of Bernie Sanders campaign is being named senior adviser and chief spokesperson to the vice president. And we expect more announcements this week On the economic front, Janet Yellen is poised to become the Treasury secretary and Biden's chief of staff indicated on Twitter. Biden intends to nominate Neera Tanden of the Center for American progress to the office of Management and Budget Boxes. Jackie on

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Biden names Jen Psaki White House press secretary along with an all-female senior communications team

Kim Komando

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Biden names Jen Psaki White House press secretary along with an all-female senior communications team

"The biting transition team has announced who will fill key White House communications positions. Seven women who will be leading the incoming administration communications team. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield will serve as White House communications director and current confirmations director Jen Psaki will become the White House press secretary, and we expect more announcements this week. On the economic front, Janet Yellen is poised to become the

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Biden builds out White House senior staff with top campaign advisers

WSJ What's News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Biden builds out White House senior staff with top campaign advisers

"President elect joe biden is drawing from his campaign team to fill out his senior white house staff. His campaign manager. Geno malley dylan will serve as his deputy chief of staff and he's tapped his chief campaign strategist and campaign. Chairman for other roles biden continues to fill out his team despite a standoff with the trump administration that's blocking his access to key transition resources. He's yet to name top national security

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Biden campaign manager to serve as deputy chief of staff

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Biden campaign manager to serve as deputy chief of staff

"New new names names added added to to the the Biden Biden team team sources sources say say former former campaign campaign manager manager Jim Jim O'Malley, O'Malley, Dillon Dillon is is going going to to serve serve as as deputy deputy chief chief of of staff staff representative representative Cedric Cedric Richmond Richmond is is going going to to leave leave his his Louisiana Louisiana congressional congressional seat to become a senior adviser. Sources weren't authorized to disclose the staffing announcements, which are expected to come tomorrow. Last week buying tapping his foreigners. Former senior campaign adviser Ron Claim the service's chief of staff

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Mitt Romney says Trump is 'a very different person' than past presidential candidates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Mitt Romney says Trump is 'a very different person' than past presidential candidates

"After his first appearance of the Nation as the President elect Joe Biden is ready for the work that lies ahead. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield tells NBC he saw the Biden Harris ticket gets the most votes of any presidential ticket in the history. Presidential politics. People are hungry for change. They want to unify. They want to come together. That's how President elect Biden is going to leave. The president says The fight isn't over Democratic Congressman James Clyburn on CNN they conceived, but I also think that the Republican Party has a responsibility here, Utah Senator Mitt Romney tells CNN. I just don't think you can expect President Trump to respond and react the way Uh, presidential candidates have in the past. He's a very different person than presidential candidates in the past.

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President-elect Biden announces coronavirus task force made up of physicians and health experts

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

President-elect Biden announces coronavirus task force made up of physicians and health experts

"Plans to name former surgeon general Dr Vivek Murphy and former FDA commissioner Dr David Kessler is co chairs of the Corona Virus Working group that he's launching. Biden deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield announced the two public health experts would lead the task force during an appearance on NBC's Meet The Press today. Mayor

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"campaign manager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Tom 40 in Washington improving but a couple of critical days ahead for President Trump, as he has treated for covert 19 1 of more than seven million Americans infected so far by a disease that has killed close to 210,000 people. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows yesterday morning we were we were real concern with that, you know, he had a fever and a blood oxygen level and dropped rapidly about in a phone interview with Fox News, Mr Trump earlier in a Twitter video the next period of a few days. I guess that's the real test will be seeing what happens over those next cup next couple of days. Trump advisor Next New Jersey governor Chris Christie is infected now, too, with some of the background correspondent Paula Read experts Don't worry. Last Saturday's Rose Garden announcement of the president Supreme Court pick was a super spreader event. The president at at least six other people who attended have now been infected, including Christie on Kellyanne Conway, former counselor to the president. In addition to the first lady, president of Notre Dame and two senators, the others who weren't there. The president's campaign manager, Bill Stepien, and Senator Ron Johnson, now say they, too have tested positive and even though the president is off the campaign trail Now vice president. Pence is not. That's what the White House wants. That's what the White House believes it needs on. That's why the vice president will be at the debate Wednesday and doing a rally for the president in the reelection campaign Thursday in Arizona. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett with all of those additional positive Corona virus, test reports in the president's circle, and three Republican senators to The issue of Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination is front and center. Some of those infected were at that on this since White House event where the president announced that a week ago, Democrats are trying to use that to slow things down. Republicans who see a chance to move the court to the right insists the committee can take precautions with some senators appearing remotely if needed. We just need to keep pushing ahead. We don't need to slow things down. On the judiciary will do their jobs starting on the 12. Democrats acknowledge there's likely little they Khun dude to block barrettes hearing, But a final vote in the full Senate would likely fail. If two or more Republicans were still out sick congressional correspondent Nancy Courtis and the Pacific Northwest at the University of Washington fraternity parties with plenty of beer but without masks or social distancing. Among the factors cited in a scary covert increase. Super embarrassed and like, Oh, now I feel like people should be smarter than that. And like I mean, it's a big problem, obviously, like millions of people are dying. Pat's Chiefs NFL game postponed this CBS News W B sing his time. 403 the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three and four or three was still dealing with a few work crews in a couple of spots. We've got some crews out on route to 90 heading eastbound in Shrewsbury right around Lake Quinn, Sigmund. Just a short delay to get through that pretty good delay. Those still on route for 95 heading North bound And the town of Westford. Ongoing work in that area by Boston Road causing those delays. Traveling further up to the north are in pretty good shape on the upper portion of root for 95 route. 95 1 28 from Peabody, right up to Gloucester doing pretty well down to the South. No issues on routes 95 20 for room three. Closer to downtown. We're seeing just a short delay on steroid drive heading eastbound approaching star. Oh, tunnel. That's around the back Bay area travelling up on Route one right now, North bound and south bound just on the Chelsea side of the Tobin Bridge going to find you. Some short delays we did have reported a while ago of a pedestrian walking into the tip O'Neill tunnel heading north bound. You do want to watch out for pedestrians in tunnels, not.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on WTVN

"Aspects of his care attacking this virus, multi pronged approach. The president didn't hold anything back. Medical experts say room disappear is given to keep Cove it from growing with the new Saturday that former New Jersey governor Chris Christie has tested positive for Kobe 19. That means five of the nine people known to be in President. Trump's debate prep session at the White House Monday have tested positive. In addition to Christy, the positive cases are President Trump His campaign manager, Bill Stepien, former senior adviser Kellyanne Conway and counselor Hope Hicks. The president's doctors were asked today if there's any clarity on how Mr Trump became infected, and they said they wouldn't get into that. And in terms of his care, it's a relevant. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Presidents Doctors say he's doing very well are expecting to hear from the Trump campaign how it plans to go forward, considering their candidates in the hospital. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden calling for the Senate to pass a stimulus bill, the virtual town hall with the Amalgamated Transit Union and Delaware, mentioning the Republican majority leader's time for Mitch McConnell to do his job and save millions more hardworking Americans that don't lose theirs at 11 to 1 odds. Swiss skydiver has just won the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, a filly the sixth Billie, winner of the Preakness Ever. You're listening to ABC News. Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the only one that had really long term potential, he bought it. And right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollars success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home will grab a pen because I'm about to give.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Be See know the the need not just to recover from the current pandemic and economic crisis that has been sued as a result of of the failed leadership from this administration to do. So in a way that you know investing in our workers and ensuring that families have what they need to not just get by, but to really be able to thrive again those I think are just some of the important. Things that were really focused on in terms of the Latino community and you know in terms of what are we doing to to reach them have invested more in getting out and reaching Latino voters than any other campaign in the history. Of of the country because we know that you know it's important to to really inter that let notes know who Joe Biden is know what he's stamps or understands that he's a man of family say. And that they're motivated to get out vote given you the many challenges obstacle that that all voters are facing the cycle. I wanted to ask. You know a president trump when he kicked off his original campaign described people from Mexico rapists and drug dealers He's he's subsequently attack, the the DACA program and has talked about truncating that and replacing it with something else more recently he declared here in Nevada that he loves the Hispanic Community our own former senior senator. Harry. Reid once said, he could not understand why any Hispanic person would vote for a Republican leaving aside that kind of assumptions inherent in that is, is there a danger among Democrats that people are GonNa think well, the Latino community obviously has to support Joe Biden because trump has set such horrible things about that community. So it's a no brainer. and. Taking that voting block for granted when I think poll suggests that it's not quite that simple. We couldn't agree with you more in terms of it not being matt simple and you know Joe. Biden since day one has really focused on making sure that he's not taking any vote for granted. Including the Latino vote and. one of the reasons why we you know Dame Juan on our first add by made sure that we were investing in Spanish language advertising outlets We were also building in infrastructure in the campaign both Latino leadership in headquarters, as well as in all of our key state to to really get out the Latino vote and to ensure that our campaign was connecting. Directly with voters voters saw themselves in our campaign I'm excited that we have over. Five state directors running states like Nevada, Arizona Colorado. Texas and many of our battleground that we have. Latino. Vote directors in. Eleven of the thirteen are battleground states that are. Focused every day on you know continuing to. run programs and You know campaign outreach efforts specifically with the Latino community in. So we are by no means taking anything for granted and we know that it's important. Especially, given that about fifteen to twenty percent of the Latino voters This are first time voters and so many of them have never heard from a political party. Have you know? I'm sure you know they may come from households that might lean democratic that they are independent and have their own. Sense of south end really need to be respected like any other votorantim were Making sure we're reaching out to the young Latinos as well. Too, I wanted to ask real quick sort of a piggyback on that question. You know we've seen the trump campaign obviously trump himself over the weekend, but also the campaign in recent weeks, they're claiming that they're able to make inroads with the Latino community with a sort of a business and economy focused sort of pitch because we know that many Latinos are small business owners or or hoped someday that you know is very hardworking community you know and they want you know obviously to be able to provide for their families and stuff. So the the trump campaign is saying, you know that's their way in you know, why do you think that that's not true I mean and how would Joe Biden address? Those those small business owners those folks who have been out of work here in Nevada. It's obviously it's a much higher rate than even the rest of the country I mean, what? What specifically about that pitch? Does does Joe Biden sort of have for the Latino community? A great point that you raised on I think You know just looking at the last couple of months as an example I think the trump administration has continued to fail. Latino businesses, small businesses, and Latino workers. In the context of Kobe. Won In three Latino small businesses have been have had a negative impact whether that's reducing hours whether that's resulting enclosures or laying off workers or furloughing workers. and. So they have you know really or at disproportionate bronx of of a lot of the economic downturns and what is the response from this administration it's been. It has not been. I should say to provide PP to the segment of business owners in fact, under the first round of P P P that the trump administration administered. Ninety percent of it did not go to smaller minority owned businesses, and who again sort of bore the brunt of it. So the track record from this administration. When it comes to Latino businesses is is not a track record to stand on But with Joe Vitamin Comma Harris, they've put forward an important plan to invest in small and minority owned businesses and especially addressing significant problems with access to capital that. So many of our minority businesses unlucky no on businesses face many of them don't have traditional relationships with financial institutions, and banking institutions and many of them rely on..

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"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

"To be the nominee before states like Nevada South Carolina and super trees. I get a chance to vote because it just wouldn't be reflective of our country or our Party thirty so for sure he'll be in no. We're we're winning. That's not where we're GonNa win this nomination and we're going to. We're going to build the team out in Nevada and you guys are going to be a Part of that sure and I believe I read last week you guys started staffing Super Tuesday states to a different kind of an animal with California. Moving up with thirteen thirteen in states. Very Super Tim's including states like Texas and California. So but that's where we do. We do well in the parts of the country that look like the country injury and what not to get too key. I'm sure some of your listeners. Appreciate the walking but there. There's there's a lot of these congressional districts. They may have a college campus. They maybe were a lot of like white college. Sh- professionals live. We compete for the vote and everybody else competes that vote. But then you get to the part of the state or the congressional districts or parts of this country that reflect much more of the blue-collar hard-working working people who go to their Church Synagogue Mosque on the week on the weekend. And you know like the that that is where our coalition lies and and that's where that's where part of our focus and our success is going to be a long-term. I wanted to ask you as well. You mentioned the African American vote. That's something you he knew throughout the polls through obviously South Carolina and things like that you guys have been rock-solid on that even with several African Americans running for the residents. How important is that you know that voter bloc for biting going forward it's crew? It's crucial you know. All voters are important so we never want a discount another voting population. But I think one of the things about the African American community in particular they they know Joe Biden. They've known him for a long long time. He's it's been one of these candidates since he was elected in the seventies who has been out campaigning for other Democrats in my job is to get more Democrats elected across this country than any other candidate running combined tripled you know. And so he's he has real relationships. If you look at the African American sport he has in Delaware. You one thing that always interests me is you go back to people's People's states and see how popular they are in their states where they're known you take Joe Biden support in Delaware topped the charts. You can look at some other candidates and it may not reflect that the way Joe Biden says in Delaware so he's known he's loved and he's known the African American community and you cannot find someone who is more faithful or loyal to Barack Obama for the last ten years for the rest of his life than Joe Biden. And I think that matters I think to all Democrats and African Americans I think in particular which is why it's actually. It surprised me that the first couple of debates had so many people going after Brock Obama. WHO's the most popular person by far in this party him? His signet literally his signature. Signature Legislation Obamacare half the people onstage. Want to get rid of it. And it is a mind-boggling. You know as a campaign manager you know anyways. I'm well no also as the Canada did I think I think he was surprised to to to hear that You know the happy attacks more than trump one of those debates Obama. I want to become the bad guy. But let's talk really briefly about Ukraine. You mentioned earlier that the the the the president does not WANNA run against Joe Biden and It seems clear that he has been looking for dirt negative information on that. Does that story help campaign or hurt the campaign because you know there are elements of it. That people question. Why was Hunter Biden? Making this much money for this company but also the fact that the president is training his fire on on Joe Biden elevates his status in confirms that he's definitely the front row. Yeah and one of the things I think you're seeing here in Twenty nineteen obviously into twenty twenty. Did Not see in twenty twenty sixteen. Is I think a some of this is the national media. I think I think society is doing a better job of calling. I guess calling BS. Yeah they should cover calling it out and I think you now if you watch CNN or MSNBC or good morning morning America like an NF and if Republicans surrogate on trying to push trump's lies about Ukraine and the Biden's the media journalists say. Hold on stop that has been debunked eight months ago. The only reason we're talking about this now. 'cause this was this was eight months ago is because Donald Trump has made it out and he's willing to get impeached over it so I think it is a big signal if your top priority as a Democrat is to beat Donald Trump and get something done that. Ven Diagram gets pretty small. There's one person who can do that. And I think that highlights the the fear but the concern that trump has got running Joe Biden. So I think that puts US puts focus the other thing that I think it highlights that I don't call these debates. I mean no one. No one was looking at that. The third debate and said you know what's missing to more people for the fourth debate. So we're like you know what we really haven't a little bit last estimate but there's there's a large percent of this country that think the president will tweet us into a war and you've got family in the military you got a daughter in the reserves like who the commander in chief if matters it always matters it matters more so I think going to this election and there was one person in this race. Who Trust the situation room the day after being sworn in and that's Joe Biden? It's not something that campaigns always talk about but it's important and u the Ukraine and what's going on with the Kurds and our allies Kurds in Syria matters. I actually think all of this. This Ukraine in particular has opened this box at that point to another strength of Joe Biden in this race. Great last question I had was you know. Biden was perceived as the front runner was polling at the top person before he even got in the race particularly here in Nevada swells swells and Iowa and lots of other places over the last three or four months at has tightened up and you have seen Senator Warren Senator Sanders sort of tighten the races here in Nevada the polls go up and down so mostly by. I think the most recent will still buying you have seen warned Santana. Well so does that have any concern I tell you what is a campaign manager. What I'm most encouraged by is for six months every day we've had the far right? The far left trump Russia and about twenty Democrats attack us. Joe Biden Zemo vetted person ever to run for. He's been vetted in the public late for years. He was vetted literally by ten lawyers to become Barack Obama's vice president. He is known an and trusted. I actually totally comfortable with other. Candidates finally getting vetted I come from a state like Ohio Ohio which I think is like a pragmatic practical state like Nevada. I think some of the policies people are talking about would double the national would double the budget every year. And there's no actual plan to pay for some of the things so no I am. Actually I am. I'm actually encouraged that forgetting attacked every day for six months. I think we have established our floor not our ceiling and I think other candidates who have had I would say a free ride for ten months are probably getting close to their ceiling. So Oh actually no I. I actually read that the opposite. It's interesting my last question. I is this in in two thousand sixteen. We saw this split between the the the liberal wing and the moderate wing of the party and at the convention even after the convention some of those liberal voters did not come home. They either either stayed home. Some remarkable even voted for Donald Trump. So my question And last question as we wrap up here is Will those Liberal Democrats crowds come home. If a candid who's known as a moderate like Joe Biden gets the nominee. But one thing I would say is when you look at Never WanNa overeat poles but there's polls tell you trends. I never really. They believe the horse races there snapshots in time if it's doesn't rain here but if it's a bad weather or something you can look you know those can look different so what I would say is. Joe Biden is extremely well among all segments of the Democratic Coalition. When you look at the polling and you break they break it up into twenty twenty twenty four twenty one different subgroups Joe Biden Wins Nine thousand nine hundred twenty of those groups nine hundred twenty one and the one he may not win the very liberal but he actually competes very the welfare though? I think he does well among people that are somewhat liberal liberal an even. He competes for the very liberal vote. So so I actually so so I think that that is going for him and the other pieces there is something that didn't exist in two thousand sixteen and that is sixteen candidate trump and twenty twenty or if President Trump comp and that's a pretty unified if you're a Democrat all right great well thank you so much for taking the time. Yeah.

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Other Democrats and you know we don't control these super pacs and in fact it's SUPERPAC that people are talking about now existed months ago they just I don't I think we're that active from my understanding so we'd be pretty upset if they used any of these resources against Democrats and you know I think we've got to beat Donald Trump and in general election. We have to use all resources legally available so it sounds like he was a bit of a pragmatic kind of choice. Because we are looking at you know a Republican candidate who could end up spending. I mean honestly like a billion dollars essentially can command vast amounts of money. So this is you guys looking ahead to that. Well the fact that ten million dollars today I mean today in a number of I don't know exactly where their buys are exactly. I know in Iowa for sure when Pete surprised here at least digitally so right now trump right now spending millions of dollars against Joe Biden. He does not want to run against Joe Biden. He knows if Biden wins the nomination. He's got a really good shot to be Donald Trump and I think donald trump would much rather run against anybody else so the reality the reality is that were in both general and a primary and that is necessitated aided the action. Now that doesn't stop and Joe Biden. We announce a plan here a couple of weeks ago for a constitutional amendment that would make super pacs unconstitutional and he stands by that one hundred percent right now. It's the law of the land and right now we're having trump spend ten million dollars against them for a very specific reason season so no unilateral disarmament. Yeah You've said that The Joe Biden has has an appeal to the middle. He he he he can Reach across the aisle. He's he himself said that during during the campaign in terms of let's say if he did did win if he did become President How is he going to go about reducing the partisanship that we see in Washington? DC No one else has been able to do you. That Bill Clinton couldn't do it. Barack Obama couldn't do it house. Joe Biden going to succeed where all these other people show. I think one of the one of the strengths about Joe Biden in. I've I've worked with him long enough. No you can take him into any neighborhood in the country and he has a friend will make a friend and when you have tough bills that are in Congress he he is someone he will go. He is taken on the NRA twice around assault weapons and high capacity magazines. He is someone that if he's got to get if he's fortunate to win the nomination become the president goes on Air Force. One he'll go to Kentucky Hook up to Mitch McConnell's backyard and he'll talk with some of these families that have children in school and he'll talk about And so I think that what job I can do. You can go to almost any district Republican or Democrat in this country and make his case directly American people and they will listen and they may act act and that is a skill and a strength that no one in the nomination has no one else. In so in seeking the Democratic nomination has so I think that's one way and relationships relationships matter. I think he doesn't demonize the other side now. You could certainly criticizing Joe Biden criticizes the other side a lot. But you you know in a democracy. We can't allow what has happened on the right and the Republican Party is compromise has become failure. I personally believe that. There's parts of our Party Democratic Eric Party that views compromise. Fill your on the left. And when that happens democracy stops functioning and then you end up with demagogues on the left and the right so so this is I think It's interesting when you talk to primary voters to things over time if you look month-to-month for going back for the last year here's people want someone who can be done on trump and someone who can get something done to make their lives better and so we actually feel his ability to work with. Everybody is an asset even in a Democratic primary. But there are. There is a segment of people who who don't want to work with with a Democratic president. Don't WanNa work with Democrats at all They are happy when Donald trump gets up there in their Faces and says all these insulting things and refuses to compromise or cooperate at all. Can Joe Biden win. Those people people over I know I I. I've met him a few times. He's got a great personality. Could he can win those people. We're gonNA tell you here. Here's one of the other assets about having Joe Biden at the Democratic nominee. We keep the house. Can we make a legitimate chance to win back. The Senate and I come from Ohio Iran. Ohio Know Eight twenty twelve. I feel I know about battleground states. Nevada it's obviously not a battleground state. Joe Biden will make sure that if he's elected president he brings a house and we got a good shot for the Senate with him in the top two so I think the first and foremost almost I think with him at the top of the ticket I think the Congress look different than it would If another person to win the nomination let alone if they're able to win the beat Donald Trump. So I think when you look at what a nominee I think keeps the house and I think it's the Senate to maybe even even a little bit closer than it is now. I think some good pickup opportunities in states like Arizona So so I think then we're talking about you know Steve. You'd mentioned a couple of these. Ah I think the the parts of the Republican Party that will begin we'll become a smaller part And so you always end. The left has the same thing and the Democrats have the same. They have a few people that no matter. What but the goal is? Can we shrink that down to a smaller minority. And I think with Joe Biden. We can do that so you mentioned there. There are folks even on the left who refuse to compromise on some of these issues as a leader in the part. I mean the vice-president been a leader in the party for many many years now is easy is this race is concerning with how far it seems like field wants to pull it to the left and sort of that they I think a lot of challenges feel they can distance themselves from the vice president and by doing that is that is that a concern as you guys are like. You said looking forward to the general because we've talked with several candidates several surrogates and and we always mentioned you know the Republicans you know. They're gonNA use that Betto soundbite. We're coming hell. Yeah we're GONNA take your guns. All those sorts of things are going to be used in the general and probably for years years to come. I mean for a long. It'd be million spent on that. So is there concern. You know as you kind of towards the general that you're going to have to fight us on many many fronts here yeah I think a couple of things one. I think that when you look at you know Joe Biden time to compromise and when this country needed recovery act to make investments to save coach from a great depression we needed Republican votes. Joe Biden went and got him and then we have the affordable care. Act Was the first change. Real change has been made in one hundred years. Teddy Roosevelt. I think was the first one to make an effort to overhaul our healthcare system. We did that without Republican votes. And so I I would say Joe Biden. It's not like he's going to say oh well. We don't have republic with us. We're not going to try to get this done. But there's a time when you push it through and then there's a time when you reach across the aisle so I would say that I would also say that the the park and we could be wrong but we feel in the Biden campaign that we have a better sense of where the electorate is. I think some of our democratic opponents and I think ah not not not the statewide reporters so but but I think there's a part of the national media who live on twitter and I think he twitter in particular particular is dominated by the far left in the far right and I think that sometimes reflected in national coverage now again not at the state level the early states take on it. But honestly I think there is a perception because of twitter and twitter's followed by a handful of these reporters and they they are because I probably told them that. I think they do this as well. that is just not reflective of where the party is and the conversations that are going on and so I don't actually by the party. I think the small but very vocal part of the party. Maybe those that just don't WanNA compromise anything or don't even want to entertain like having a conversation with Republican but I do not feel. The part of Party has fundamentally changed and I think you know when you look at the candidates. There's a number of candidates all kind of in the Democratic primary that that fight over the same vote whether it be like a white college educated vote. That's certainly percentage of the party but it's by no means is anywhere we were near a majority and I think Biden competes for that vote but he also represents the broad base of the party which is reflected here in Nevada and the party at large Wjr so basically twitter is sort of an echo chamber. Then you think essentially it's been a lot of all very far far left a lot of younger folks on twitter but I think what you're saying and I think it's true is that you know the lion share of voters in. This might not even have they don't they don't even know certainly not engage in the way that or they know these viral moments become the they used to use it to like watch Ohio State Sports and Cleveland Sports. And now you're top politics on it but actually so no. I think the vast majority of people here in Nevada ah are not in the daily twitter back and forth. I agree with you. You'll twitter's trash you're absolutely so so I remember Two Thousand Eight Two Thousand and eight the primary. The results obviously very disappointing to the Biden campaign. He dropped out after that Finish how are you looking at this year. Is he going to stay in even if he doesn't do well in Iowa. And if so what role is Nevada GonNA play in the overall camp and we're very clear we we never thought this was going to be a like a one state to state three state election the fact that you have twenty plus Democrats half of them have been elected to the united. It's eight Senate. This was never going to be like a quick and easy election. We never thought that now some people again in the national media others may have thought we thought that but that that wasn't the case we're actually encouraged when you get to states like Nevada South Carolina and Susan particular because those states reflect the makeup of this country and one one of the things that I know. You all know deeply about but it's not covered because it's not the sexy part of politics or the presidential primary is this is a race to delegates and the delegates looking set in a very confusing way. Seven different versions of it. There's actually I. Northern Mariana has a vote. Guam has votes so I mean note and none of them are the same in fact Texas allocated the state Senate level not the Congressional district level. So we feel confident that that first of all no one should be the dominy without being able to build a broad base coalition and that includes the lat next community and the African American community particular to the bedrock of the Democratic Party. And certainly a state like Nevada. And I'll be honest. Joe Biden is the one candidate who has a history of building that coalition If if you look at the other people running and if you want to call it to your one other tier one candidates they have no history of building a deep and real coalition that it take so nobody should deserve.

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on RJ Politics

"We're going to talk about a controversial new Las Vegas law banning outdoor camping that drew interest from across the country including among the many Democrats vying for the presidential nomination. We'll also have an interview with former vice president. Joe Biden's campaign manager Greg Schultz who talked about the campaign's decision to save big money help and its overall path forward into twenty twenty. But first let's get into the Vegas Ordinance Shea you've covered this quite a bit. So why don't you feel everybody in so on Wednesday. The Las Vegas City Council passed a ban on camping and lodging downtown and residential areas. Outside of downtown as you mentioned rory past five to to The only two holdouts word councilman. Brian canoed sin and councilman. Olivia de as You know this is something that we knew was coming for about six weeks when it was first announced that this would be deliberated and has since its announcement drew a lot of opposition. It also drew supporters But it was pretty fairly early contentious eight hour marathon of a meeting last night but all in all this thing has has been passed. It's it's done. It goes into effect on Sunday Day. Although the criminal component of it won't be enforced until February first and so ultimately what it does is it says that if you're camping or you know Lying down a bed sheet or mattress or of some kind basically. Just you know look like you're getting ready to sleep on the sidewalk for the night Downtown then you have to move and if you refuse to move you could be Subject to a a misdemeanor which is either an arrest or with six months in jail or up to a thousand dollar fine so one of the things that was also interesting to this component. That I that I saw two. Isn't it that if you're on the sidewalk and somebody contacts whatever that if there's there's open bed space at like shelter or something like that that you know you can choose to go that route as well and if there isn't opened bud space. Nobody's supposed to get cited isn't that like component of Sure so that that's actually a key component of the ordinance is that the city says if there's shelter beds free if there's available space space where you can go. That's when this ordinances and a fact and if there isn't any open space and it's not so it's sort of this interesting thing where the ordinance turns on and off based on whether or not their beds free and there's a very specific reason. Why the city did it this way just kind of providing some history to this about a year a year ago last September a very similar proposal had come before the council and while the council was in the middle of sort of deliberating bat and and wanting to talk about that we saw that the ninth circuit of appeals came back and with with the ruling on a separate case? Out in Boise. Easy Idaho and they told Boise. Idaho who tried to institute of Camping Ban that you can't do that because it violates the constitutional protection on cruel and unusual punishment. Because you're basically saying you're you're basically telling these folks that You know it's illegal to camp but you're not making the bed space available so that came out while the city was deliberate. Las Vegas was deliberating their own camping ban last year and so they immediately sort of just pulled that back. You know fast. Four two year later they they bring an ordinance again but they've added this provision. That says it's only in effect if beds are available and that sort of their way to try to not run afoul of this Of this Boise ruling and really was done for legal considerations. Obviously that's brought up a lot of logistical issues. And how do you determine when the beds are free you. How's it going to be noticed on a you know any given minute are going to be walking the streets and there's one bed available and then all of a sudden it's it's not ought you know And and it also the other thing too is a lot of the detractors. Say will beds are hardly ever free and that there aren't earned enough beds and so this ordinance is sort of moot just from from that standpoint. Yeah definitely seemed like there was a lot coming out about like this criminalizing homelessness and that's something something that all the Democratic candidates GonNa wait into not not all of them I think Yang and club jarring and Tulsi Gabbard sort of the only ones to not kind of jump into those waters. It's interesting to me because these are actually pretty common. These these no camping ordinances and I'm coming from California Anna in a city called Fresno where we had this and the same sort of like thing unfolded as what happened here in Vegas which was essentially that it was proposed saw. There's a lot of advocates. Come out and say this is criminalizing homelessness. We need bed space and mental health care and substance abuse considerations and all sorts of things like that you know rather than putting people in jail or whatever and it was interesting I think it was. He was for about a year while what was there before I moved where it was. It was sort of like in in use. I didn't see a whole lot of difference. I didn't see a whole lot of difference in terms of homeless people not being around around. I didn't see a whole lot of difference. Terms of like you know problems for businesses or whatever and this is you know covering news in the town like not not hearing about any sort. Yeah I don't know if it led to less sort of break ins or any number of things that we're all brought up during the deliberation but one of the things that we talked about this earlier in the week that did happen urban. That I thought was interesting. That'll be interesting to see if this happens. Vegas is essentially. You saw a lot of the folks who are chronically homeless. Who are you know on on the street and are constantly being having interactions alone? This racking up like hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars in in in court fees and and failing to appear getting a bench warrant you know issued and it all sort of ramping up from there and it was quite title logistical problem for the for the misdemeanor courts. Because they've got a call the case there's just all this sort of like you know the person's not there you know all of us but you gotTa do all all these sort of turnkey things and it'll be interesting to see that's a problem for for Las Vegas's municipal courts going forward. Sure I mean that's something that you know opponent's points who is you know. How is this not just in snaring people who already vulnerable and down their luck and kind of ensnaring them in the cycle of incarceration Asian? You know you go to jail because he refused to move and You know you come back out onto the streets and all of a sudden now. You're like you say you're rockin fines. You know. Maybe you've have you have a record where perhaps you didn't have one before You know what what is really you know this this going to do on on from that standpoint and you know Las Vegas City officials will say and what they have argued is that this isn't about putting anybody in jail that without this criminal component without saying this is a misdemeanor and they also pointed this fact that they're gonNA use discretion or that you know City marshals and and Metropolitan Police officers will use discretion. Just like with anything else and won't be quick to arrest. This will have to be individuals who have repeatedly refused to move. The city. Says we have to have that criminal component or this ordinance effectively has no teeth. But you know it will be interesting to kind of monitor. How much of an increase we see and city gels? How much of a cost burden this might be to? Police soon have to enforce. I mean obviously This won't be a priority. It's not a priority call but it could lead to increased numbers of of of people in jail. You know the court system You know if you're homeless and you have nothing in your racking up. You know finds that you're not going to be able to pay. I mean and where does that lead. You know what happens to that individual you know and so I think what opponents have really really gotten to what the central point was. Let's not do this reactive thing where we're going to take punitive measures on the homeless. Let's address the root causes and that opens up a whole Pandora's box of things. Yeah and it was interesting to see the debate like sort of from afar as I was doing another other stories sort of loosely related to this. Because I did see I. One of the things I heard was that this could you know be yet. Another sort of roadblocks for folks who are trying to get their lives back yet. You know they'll end up having some sort of criminal record you would think Or you know tons and tons of fines and legal fees and things like that should they actually make adjustments in the lie in their lives needed to get back into working and things like that But at the same time I also saw the mayor and some of the others who were in support of this basically saying great we'd love to solve homelessness in another way. Who's got the money like you know? Where's IT GONNA come from like like we'd love to just build you know much more housing and things like that like like others are saying people are saying you know? Hey they need housing. They need mental the health care. They need all these various things in the city was also sort of saying great. WHO's GonNa who's got money where we're GONNA come from? Is that fair. Yeah I you he. Yeah one thing that I remember Mayor Goodman saying specifically was the homeless. Don't pay taxes you know. Many of them down there are there are working homeless. And I think that's another other interesting issue to explores the folks who you know maybe have these minimum wage jobs but still not enough to to pay for an apartment or anything like that but yeah funding is going to be something that You know it's a major consideration to all this this city I I think is very sour with state lawmakers over a bill that they wanted to have passed that would have provided some revenue to to address homelessness during this past legislative session. I believe it was. Ab Seventy three. But then you know the state came back and said you know instead had worked with county work with regional stakeholders and create a plan to attack this. And what we saw with Goodman Goodman and and you could see that she was very passionate when you know. She spoke at the end of the. The council meeting on Wednesday is that she's tired of holding meetings and having these think tank accessions and you know what kind of plans can we create that there needs to be some sort of action you know they. The city thinks should have been action to allow this The bill to pass that would have increased revenue for the city You know they're they didn't want to hold off on this Decision yesterday they unwanted act you know and they look at even like the building of the city's courtyard you know and and all the services that are offered there and you know. There's obviously critics of the courtyard. The city.

"campaign manager" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Cory Booker's campaign manager just thought just tweeted accord workers text to him just now hello all of the bus speak from self listening to the president such a bowl superb ineffective word this is so weak we should quickly condemned his lack of a real plan yeah is bowler to said to us it's just more word salad and in this case the wrong words he would like to extend condolences to the city of Dayton which is very nice except not word how we don't right he said I'm sorry he said to lead rather than rather than date yes yeah I am and I was a second if that was in the teleprompter the level of incompetence everyone hates him as much as we do and it was on purpose or it's just the same betting on those for you he's already circumstances seconds are necessarily the smartest people did you see what's his name right effort what's his name reckless yes what it is is fifty three or something I heard nominees that he just before he blames the media that he goes but you do the bidding for me so that you good job the road that was me that extra we talk about today point that this level of Kate Hudson incompetence is too much for everybody okay all we're we wait Mimi Rocca Michelangelo in Denver hello Michelangelo hello folks hi reason I I called was I I I haven't heard anything about and what we should do is go after people like Steve and and the the right wing you know all right people that are out there should be wearing all of this venom and allies and they hate that there's spewing yeah and and just say it like it is it is the president's whole campaign is not an axe is not one person it's not Steve ban is not one rally it's it's a strategy right somebody said they're like oh no he's not gonna disavow this because this is this is this is based on his campaign okay Johnny in Detroit hello Johnny welcome Hey Stephanie I mean this this this and saying what's going on they sell with Agent Orange and the White House this guy's got a goal yeah and the cold Bob is the major problem coke because the donors that's right chip away at the middle class yeah so what what still brand very scary that box yeah I guess you have to call will trump supporters yeah yeah it's not there yet it is it is honey I'm sorry to cut you off of the bigger name I know does not seem like a jingling day but back about Mike is proving that we can still have nice things right even in the wake of the horror that we are currently living through do we have a new mini rocker John jingle yes we do this is ABC call me me I apologize for the timing good.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Indeed keep America great. We'll keep the children. Better than ever before. That is why tonight I stand before you to officially launch my campaign for a second term as president of the United States. So they obviously you can hear the crowd variances Ziada. And this is what Republicans are telling on is that the polls are under counting from voters or that perhaps, the polls aren't taking account of the enthusiasm gap between Democrats, and Republicans certainly president from campaign manager was saying this Brad power scale his campaign manager said, you know, we don't need to pay attention to the polling. The polling is dead. And I think this is a bridge too far. I think that the, the odd circumstance by which the polling on the state levels was off dramatically in two thousand sixteen but the national polling was correct. I'm not sure that you can continue to bet the data will always be wrong. But apparently, this is part of the campaign strategy. Here's Brad, par scale telling CBS news about those countries through complex now to just plain what you mean, I think the country's complex to call a couple hundred people and ask them what they think there are so many ways different people that are going to vote now, the way turn out now works at the Bility's that we have to turn out voters. It's not the pulling can't understand that, that's why it was so wrong. Twenty sixteen. It was one hundred percent wrong. Nobody got it. Right. Okay. Well, the truth is that on the national level, actually, it was pretty good in two thousand eighteen it was also pretty good. So I for, for the Trump campaign to basically say polls, don't matter. I understand this is all part of a campaign tactic in order to make sure that Trump's base is not depressed that they think that this election is, is not only winnable, but winning for President Trump, even if the polls say, otherwise, I'm not a fan of ignoring the data, even if the the shot came in in two thousand sixteen and that's basically what happened Nate silver headed about seventy two thirty shot. Hillary Clinton was going to win a seventy two thirty shot is not a one hundred zero shot. I mean sometimes thirty percent of the time the underdog wins, and that's what happened in two thousand sixteen to kind of cast out all the data, I think, is wrong, but I understand that it's part of a broader Trump campaign strategy, which is to get his own folks to ignore whatever pulling data comes out in the subway justified belief that the polls were mistaken in two thousand sixteen could easily be mistaken again. So president from. Campaign is going to be launched on two bases. One is that the Democrats are really, really bad and to is that his record is really good. Those should be the two bases. And then there's this third basis upon which she is launching the campaign that I think is not going to be fruitful fruitful for him. And that is that he is victim. I don't think the president who proclaimed that they are victims tend to win reelection very often. I think presidents who spend a lot of time complaining that everybody is mean to them. Look weak. And that is not something that the American people sympathize with very strongly. So when president from his on the attack against the Democrats, he's in good shape when he's talking about his stellar economic record, for example, or foreign policy record, which I think is overall, very good. Although I disagree with his North Korean policy in particular. Thing is a lot brag about their but when he gets into the whoa is me kind of routine. Yeah, that's red meat to the base. But it's not gonna win over anybody in the middle who basically says you're president of the United States, stop complaining. So here's President Trump with line number one, the Democrats are extraordinarily radical, and they want to destroy you and the country. Now, the media, of course, we're going nuts over this. How could Trump say such a thing? Oh, Barack Obama said things that were very much like this in two thousand twelve there is the implication, from Democrats consistently that Republicans wanted to grind the poor under their, he'll that Republicans are terrible for the country that they want, old people, and sick people to die. I mean, Bernie Sanders says the sort of stuff on a routine basis. I mean right now, like right now, the Democrats are claiming the Donald Trump is setting up a holocaust on the border. We'll get to that in just a bit. But there's President Trump making the case. The Democrats wants to destroy you and the country, his case against democratic radicalism will be fruitful line of attack for him. The Democrats don't care about Russia. They only care about their own political power, but they are really going after you. That's what it's all about..

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"campaign manager" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The campaign your campaign manager for twenty twenty twenty twenty. And when I got that job. How many people are on the staff about I think I assumed with four I think it was four it was it was a it was just a shell of what it was previously where you at now, I think in the mid forty s but that's not including, you know, some of the volunteer programs stuff we have paid staff we've been growing about ten a week, and we'll continue to grow and we have great affiliates up in Grand Rapids tonight. Yob we're gonna come back, and we'll have a longer to longer segments. But what do you expect tonight? Oh, I I spent the president in good spirits. I expect the president to be on the offense. I expect the president to feel vindicated and a hundred percent exonerated. I expect the president should be at his peak of of rally ISM. I expect a crowd that is going to be. I mean, exhilerated I I will tell you. I've been tracking. Six hundred rallies and registrations for this state in this region. It's closing in on the most ever RSVP's ever, which is amazing compared to some of the city's we've been in before it might end up beating Houston, which was the most RSVP's we've ever had in history. That's that is confirmed cell phone saying there wants to support the president the makeup of the crowd. This is the amazing thing the trend has continued destruction El Paso was the first place we saw this. Now, we're seeing in Michigan. So almost forty percent registered Democrats. That's an amazing number. If you go back into the old data from two thousand sixteen twenty you only see four to five percent eighty percent Democrats. So we have had this up trend. And I also think twenty percent African American which is goes along with what we saw no Pasa with the, you know, the seventy percent Hispanic sore continuing to hit into these graphics where we didn't previously. He's running things for twenty twenty and feeling good about the. Prospects of President Trump getting four more years Brad part scale for a whole half.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Ryan Gorman. We are awaiting sentencing of former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort, if we get that news over the course of the next eight minutes or so we'll pass it right along to you. In the meantime, I wanted to spend a few minutes on this house vote on an anti hate resolution that took place a little while ago. The house voted four hundred seven two twenty three to pass a resolution condemning anti-semitism Islam, a phobia and other forms of hatred all twenty three no votes were Republicans. Steve king voted president voted present. Because well, what else is he going to do in Illinois, Omar voted. Yes. Because why not I guess the resolution condemned anti-semitism, anti Muslim discrimination and bigotry against minorities as hateful expressions of intolerance. That are contrary to the values and aspirations of the United States, the resolution did not name Representative Ilan, Omar. Specifically, even though she's the reason for this whole mess, but it did condemn stereotypes that some Democrats accused her of exploiting including Jews having dual loyalty to the US and Israel earlier in the day. Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked if Omar understood why her comments were problematic Pelosi said, and I'm quoting I don't think that the congresswoman perhaps appreciates the full weight of how it was heard by other people. Although I don't believe it was intended in an anti-semitic way. But the fact is if that's how it was interpreted we have to remove all doubt as we have done over and over again, that's the problem. This is in one instance, from Alon, Omar, multiple instances going back years of antisemitic rhetoric coming from this woman. So don't tell me that she might not have fully appreciate the weight of her words. She knew exactly what she was doing. That's the problem. I don't get. Why Nancy Pelosi making excuses here? It's ridiculous. If if Ilan Omar doesn't understand the words that she's using in what she's saying and how they are antisemitic. She shouldn't be a member of congress. Florida Representative Ted democrat took to the floor and had some strong language. Here's what he had to say. When one of our colleagues invokes, the classic antisemitic tropes, the anti semitic language, the Jews control the world, the Jews care only about money. The Jews cannot be loyal Americans. If they also support Israel this too must be condemned. It feels like we're only able to call the use of anti semitic language by a colleague of ours. Any colleague of ours. If we're addressing all forms of hatred, and it feels like we can't say it's anti-semitism unless everyone agrees that it's anti semitism. He is so right. He went on to say who gets to define what counts as stereotypes and discrimination. Isn't it? The people who experienced the bias the people who have experienced that hatred for thousands of years words matter for generations. They've had a dangerous consequence for me for my family, and for my people this shouldn't be so hard. Well, said Ted Deutch. Now as for why twenty three Republicans voted against it. I'm sure the reasons differ. Republican leadership did not want any defections, regardless of the reasoning. So keep that in mind. Republicans wanted this to be unanimous Republican leadership. My guests is though that they're not pro hate the people who voted against it from the Republican party. But my guess is they're against this water down ridiculous resolution. And the story isn't the Republicans who voted against it. It's how the Democrats have handled this mess. That's the story. Just looking at the Pierre politics. I thought Nancy Pelosi gone off to a pretty good start a speaker. Again, I'm not talking about issues. I'm talking about just doing the job that the speaker supposed to do she held the caucus together during the shutdown not easy. But over the past few weeks since the rollout of the green new deal. She's let a small, but fiery portion of the caucus run wild reminds me, a former Republican speaker John bainer in the tea party. Most of the trouble has been caused by three members. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. To lead and Omar. Cortez with her socialistic policies to leave with her impeachment push and Omar with her anti-semitism. In the Genesis of this chaos within the Democratic Party over the past few weeks, and what we've seen so far from the Democrats is that they're gonna make things really tough on the president for the next year. Through their investigations. But there's also a decent chance. They actually improve his shot at winning reelection in the process between the craziness coming from Cortez to leave and Omar and the onslaught of investigations you could easily see the president benefiting from all of that. The far left wing of the party loud ambitious dominating the news cycles. No wonder Michael Bloomberg didn't jump into the twenty twenty race even Sherrod Brown. Who isn't a centrist liberal guy? But from the midwest a message centering around the economy and work decided to stay away. That's just not where this party is at right now. If the same comments. About Jews and Israel were made not by a Muslim woman. But by a white guy. You think the reaction to defend the comments would have been the same? Not a chance. The way this resolution was watered down to give Omar cover. Was shameful. It's kind of like what I was talking about yesterday when we were having that discussion on the distracted driving band, and how now the Senate Bill here in the state of Florida is expanding out pet dogs and eight in the car and all of that instead of just focusing on the cell phone, just focus on the issue at hand. In the issue at hand. Is Omar and her anti semitic comments. She was pushed to apologize just a couple of weeks ago yet she keeps doing it. If that's stupidity and ignorance again, she has no business being a member of congress. But we all know that's not what this is. She's just kind of like Steve king. She's literally the democratic version is Steve king. Deal with that take a strong stand against that can always get to the other stuff. But that's not what Democrats decided do today. Big big mistake. Still don't have word on Paul Manafort, just yet. So that new should be coming down any minute. I don't think it's going to go well for Paul Manafort tonight, just a guess on my part. But I think the sentence is going to be pretty significant will continue to monitor that will have all the latest on that story. Also, we have a lot of Florida state and local news to get through tomorrow. We'll kick things off at six PM tomorrow evening here on NewsRadio. WFL a lightning pre game coming up for you right now..

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"campaign manager" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"And there was a bit of publicity and lo and behold four years later here he is a running for the president of the young Republicans, which is a very important organization. The Republican party Paul Manafort is his campaign manager, and basically at the convention Puhl Manafort brings us organization that looks more like a national party convention. There's you know books full of intelligence delegates trading trading votes for favors double crossing people. Also, it's a nasty stuff. And in my research. I found you know, Walter, Cronkite, just kind of person his lips and anguish and saying, you know, what is the Republican party come become that he he wasn't right? And then he becomes in nineteen eighty because he's kind of rising up the ladder. He's organizing basic the whole north. East for Reagan's nomination campaign. And you know, Reagan wins the nomination, and it looks like he's going to become president. And so he gets together with another organizer of the Reagan campaign, Paul Manafort and third guy Charlie black who's still around and seems to have removed himself from any legal taint. I'd love to know how that happened. And they decide that they're going to form a lobbying firm in which they're gonna literally sell their access to the president. And of course, they become very famous for basically defining a new kind of bottom feeding lobbying in which they're willing to work for any dictator. He's he's sort of innovator in that respect. Yeah. I I wanna I wanna get your reaction because the Nixon foundation today huffily tweeted about the fact that broader stone, he was a Nixon he was not it was a gross misstatement to say, it was a campaign adviser. He was sixteen years older in the first one campaign twenty years old during the reelect and nowhere in the presidential daily diaries. The name Roger stone fear. It just hilarious to me like Nixon from the lawyer and rights Nixon Nick trying to be like, I don't know Roger stone. Right. But again, they used people like Roger stone to do little dirty trick. Right. That's the business up in New Hampshire. I think that was with congressman class guy who who's running against Nixon in the New Hampshire primary. And so they were trying to make McCloskey looked like he was taking money from a socialist in the us Roger stone to do that point. Rick here is this has been the ply trae from the beginning disinformation. He's got he's still right. So he's still kind of doing this. Right. He's connecting himself to the next generation. I had this crazy. The story. I ordered a souvenir Roger stone t-shirt that he basically advertised by sending out to all his contacts, and I pay thirty bucks for this. Roger stone is innocent t shirt, and I see a charge my credit card Bill, and I don't recognize it's for a security firm in Miami. I ring the number and say, why did I get charged thirty dollars for a burglar alarm company in Florida? And the guy said, oh, did you order? Some proud boys. Stuff say, no. But I ordered a Roger stone t-shirt. What does he have to do with the proud boys to make a long story short? The guy turns out to be the leader of the problem is a guy named Enrico -tario. And he claims to me as we chat for about five minutes because these guys have such strong operational security. Roger is a member of the proud voice, and he had lunch with him only that day. He's he's strategize. Pictures with them. And they were there outside the crazy scene outside the courthouse in his house today in Fort Lauderdale, Nick Akron, professionally thug. Thank you very much. Thank you. Both. Within hours of air. Traffic actually slowing down. One of the nation's busiest airports, down Trump, finally, surrendered the longest government shutdown in history is over and Trump's bluster has been deflated that's next..

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"campaign manager" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Trump's former campaign manager folks this was a setup the whole time now one of the lawyers in this case was just the rested and is being charged it's not greg greg by muller's team alexander vander swan and he's the one who communicated with manafort's partner rick gates and of the muller team is alleging that they lied about their contacts greg craig was running this thing on the scadden inside the same guy who defended clinton against impeachment knows the clintons and was obama's lawyer these are guys who know exactly how to spin a yarn how to tell the story as i've said to you over and over who the hell push manafort into the trump sphere knowing they knew all of this how did they know manafort could easily be baited into a russian collusion fairytale because he'd already worked with clinton and obama people on a lobbying effort to defend a pro russian ukrainian dude i gotta let your nose the ombudsmen there are so many dominoes that you have to know to follow this i think most we'll have to listen to this segment again i mean it's so much dan it's a lot i know and i debated doing it today knew it because i was up all night last night talking about as a matter of fact i think i'm not even sure i think i may have gotten a name wrong on hannity and it appears was so tired from research in this all night.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Warner breaking news item more charges could be coming against were gates the deputy at a former trump campaign uh chairman paul manafort already gates was charged with twelve counts including conspiracy against the united states joined out of former trump campaign manager luhn dow ski he coda a new book let trump uh be trump uh for congratulations on the book obviously um there's a lot to get to you write about how how top president trump kennedy trump could be a times there was tom ethic you were sick you fell asleep he basically said to you look and you can't handle it will find somebody else uh there's a lot of you know shouting and arguments going on within this tightknit group which were how do you reconcile that with his standing by publicly michael flynn because mike flint's obviously guy who has put the president in legal trouble has put the president political trouble who lied to the vice president clearly you know admits lying to the fbi which the president tweeted or depression is turning tweeted that they knew about how do you account for guy who is the only people during the campaign but his standing public can't seem to say enough nice things about michael flynn anderson this book when i talk about is the campaign was about to things i like to say trump's loyalty to the staff and the staff loyalty to trump particularly early parts of it and what you see with candidate trump and now with president trump a he is exceptionally loyal to the people who have been there for him when nobody else was going to be and so what you know what that means it look we talk about this lot in the book is he stood by me in a tough time and we stood by him in his tough times when noone thought he's gonna be real kenny and mike flynn came onto the campaign candidly liberte after i left the campaign and was a steadfast supporter of candidate trump right till the very end right to election day he was given an opportunity to work in the white house and then he was dishonest he lied to the vice president about his conversations and what we now know is.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Warner breaking news item more charges could be coming against were gates the deputy at a former trump campaign uh chairman paul manafort already gates was charged with twelve counts including conspiracy against the united states joined out of former trump campaign manager luhn dow ski he coda a new book let trump uh be trump uh for congratulations on the book obviously um there's a lot to get to you write about how how top president trump kennedy trump could be a times there was tom ethic you were sick you fell asleep he basically said to you look and you can't handle it will find somebody else uh there's a lot of you know shouting and arguments going on within this tightknit group which were how do you reconcile that with his standing by publicly michael flynn because mike flint's obviously guy who has put the president in legal trouble has put the president political trouble who lied to the vice president clearly you know admits lying to the fbi which the president tweeted or depression is turning tweeted that they knew about how do you account for guy who is the only people during the campaign but his standing public can't seem to say enough nice things about michael flynn anderson this book when i talk about is the campaign was about to things i like to say trump's loyalty to the staff and the staff loyalty to trump particularly early parts of it and what you see with candidate trump and now with president trump a he is exceptionally loyal to the people who have been there for him when nobody else was going to be and so what you know what that means it look we talk about this lot in the book is he stood by me in a tough time and we stood by him in his tough times when noone thought he's gonna be real kenny and mike flynn came onto the campaign candidly liberte after i left the campaign and was a steadfast supporter of candidate trump right till the very end right to election day he was given an opportunity to work in the white house and then he was dishonest he lied to the vice president about his conversations and what we now know is.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on Unfilter

"Claire evidence that face thick expressed i know that bias i am thrilled at the progress hillary is making reads email sent to protest a towards hillary clinton in the runup to the us election just nicot the email i think you've probably got to a perennial screens right now italy now from clinton former campaign manager john podesta fish cheryl sandbag at c o the chief operating officer of all that can that says uh look forward to working with you to elect the fast woman president and the us cheese us the email reads into vitality wishing you a happy new year 2015 was challenging but we ended in a good place thanks to your help and support look forward to working with you to elect the first woman president of the united states youth remarkable about that we've also seen leaks that she worked with google to get data accurate data data there was better than the dnc is data she had both google and facebook polling for her and who knows where twitter fell in the spectrum and still lost to trump isn't that remarkable no wonder there so pest sandbags apply i is that she thrilled by the progress that has nothing i mean naturally i think this begs the question is the us senate as interests stand to end hillary's campaign manager at whacking way facebook to enact hillary on as they are in the alleged russian meddling chip doesn't doesn't hillary no that facebook colluded with russia to sell ads oh my goodness at israel's elections as well and by the way that is by no means that two wickets tweet also highlights a pass email back written back in 2015 by the sea of faith backlogs talk about an it's to john podesta's emails ken can his campaign manager at says that zaka bag enjoy spending time with agusta and that has conversation with han gave zakum bag a lot to think about had some great pizza.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on Trumpcast

"And eventually ended up actually working uh for the coq brothers organization americans for prosperity so he was a player there but again not a household name i remember talking the corey back him nearly two thousand eleven two thousand twelve and he was working with the coq organization um he was a nice guy but like is not a person who was a major player he ran new hampshire chapter americans for prosperity while as you all know he ends up being hired as trump's campaign mattered was no one else wants to be trump's campaign manager um and even though he fired part way through the race um in some poor old people world two people ever really fired and he continued to be very close trump we revered and really loves and that became the foundation for for quarries new business and this is avenue strategies and you know some of the things that would come up early in the administration trump's tweeting at lockheed his tweeting it blowing his tweeting a carrier where was the service the tory would introduce into this relationship coretail anna's partner at the time of berry bana uh were there to explain how trump thinks and what you need to deal with trump so again us out of things change when trump became president well past presidents were not in the habit of tweeting abuse at major american corporations in fact when trump was tweeting complaining about lockheedmartin and the price of the f thirty five fighter jet their stock dropped and it cost them billions and market valuation so it was actually a real problem.

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"campaign manager" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"campaign manager" Discussed on The Daily

"We'll be right back imagine a better tomorrow delivered to your door imagine sleeping cool uncomfortable while feeling supported and aligned every night experienced the tomorrow hybrid mattress combining the comfort of premium temperature regulating memory foam with the support of a stabilizing call system the tomorrow hybrid mattress is engineered to deliver restorative sleep so you wake tearful potential drift unas morrogh mattress for one hundred nights risk free at tomorrow sleep dot com and discover more waste ross sleep helped seeking you from restless to ready for the best tomorrow here's what else you need to know today the times reports that investigators for special counsel robert muller have read the virginia home of president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort in search of tax documents and foreign bank records the read suggest that muller's investigation is expanding beyond russian meddling in the 2016 election and may involve criminal charges over man force failure to report overseas financial holdings and they are afraid or others early of certain point the most powerful republican in congress senate majority leader mitch mcconnell took the rare step of publicly criticizing president trump as naive.

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