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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"A bit about this with Carla Marinucci yesterday, but we'll revisit it also a bizarre thing going on in Arizona, and I'm just wondering, you know how some of these things are legal legislatively possible. Specifically, they want to Introduce a bill there in the GOP is actually doing this in Arizona. Toss out the election results. I mean, you know, giving them the power to in the future I'm talking about. If you're not happy with the result, you can throw it out. The game stop saga, which we ran through. I thought pretty cleanly. I was actually happy with our explanation and walking through. We had that expert on as well. Um From investment invested media, huh? They're now taking that whole game stuff is how quickly Hollywood works there taking that hole. Run up on Gamestop and how they hedge funds lost those billions of dollars. That entire story is now going to Netflix and the big screen. Oh, I knew that would happen. E. I didn't think would happen that quickly. I mean, you know, it just happened. People look, the stock is still elevated. It literally is an ongoing story right now, and I know what the title's gonna be. What's that the short squeeze right? Oh, that's great. That's great. That's actually not a bad working title instead of the big short, short short squeeze. Sure we had a working title anyway. Yeah, All right. I'll work. Yeah, work with it. Who should start Oh, I don't know a fun game. I mean, Yeah. I just don't know how you don't even know me, And I.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"And he goes on. You've probably heard it or, you know, it's all over Social media, but he's right. Yep, He's absolutely right. Yeah. Was Joe's a lot of other stuff. He's not in life. He's not right about but he's right about this. Yeah, I was joking, making me I'd like to get that in my assume I ring tone, you know, so I could just play to people. I see you're not wearing their mask in the workplace. Well, you know, it is true that you know the economies of so many of these industries depend on things being tightly guarded this way, so Um, but, you know, no one likes to get a speech like that, but he was in the right. When we come back, there's a lot to do today. Carla Marinucci Bottom of the hour I mentioned her from Cove from We'll talk about covert in California numbers that are often off the charts. Uh and we'll talk about what they What the future is for Gavin Newsom. The recall attempt there, you know, the drumbeat is getting louder and louder. Also, I want to talk about business is leaving the Bay Area. Yeah, that's a real thing. Now. Businesses are actually doing it. So we'll talk to Carla about that. In the 11 o'clock hour by popular demand. Richard Green, the civics dean returns. Yeah, the GOP is, you know, holding up a relief bill, But now it looks like a road Lyft bill will come through Congress and how they got that relief bill done, I think is a great story. Had came down to two senators. And the threat of not going home over Christmas. And that's threat. Actually got this bill done. In my judgment. We'll talk about Richard agree with Richard Green. We'll see if he agrees, and then finally USA Today's text car, the tech columnist Jefferson Graham. He joins us at the end of the show. We also have a that's rich segment of athletic way, but that's rich segment coming up next. All right, That's it. We've got a head for 15 80, 88 10, Mark Thompson, kgo 8 10. Mark Thompson nine.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hope they told you that right for new tires. By the way, their tyres are wearing thin special. Exactly. You're so lucky You came in here, sir. I'll tell you what the other the other three are in bad shape to. Really Are they anything? I just got him a short time ago. Oh, yeah. Come on over here. I'll show you. You see the side tread is almost gone. Yeah, the whip out a coin and they'll put it in the treadmill going on said are under Lincoln's had then you're you're screwed. You need no tires. Yeah, I must be going to the same place. You are exactly. It's it's ah. Before you know it. You're out of there. It's like 600 bucks in tires were expensive. We'll miss it. The time of year was really easy to get up. Sold on stuff like that. Because the wet weather is coming. Exactly. You don't want to drive around on those? No, no, no. You know you're going to get your driving anywhere for the holidays. I don't think so. I'm just going down and we're going to drive more than 30 Miles. Well, yeah, probably more than 30 Miles. Well, you can't drive around on these. And these are good for maybe another 30 60 Miles. That's about it that you know the time and yet There is probably some legitimacy to what they say. So anyway, we're glad you've got it all squared away. Nice. Welcome back. The Ah They're a couple of things going on, and I want to quickly you're sort of set the stages to what's happening. And then I want your input. One of the things that I would love you to be Part of. It is the conversation we're gonna have in just a minute with Richard Green, the civics dean. As I was telling Nicki he's one of the first people on this show to walk you through all the ways the election could be stolen. Regardless of the popular vote. And regardless of the electoral college vote, I'm going to go. Well, I understand the popular vote. I mean is, you know, you know, because it doesn't. We got the electoral college system. No, but even a win with the Electoral college. Can be subverted and undermined, and Richard Greene walked us through that we'll review it again. But I'm really curious as to how he handicaps of this situation now and what the potential is for a legitimate overturn of the people's voice. So where you the cage? A listener coming in. If you have a question for Richard, please get it in now. For 15 80 88 10 415 80 88 10. You can also text it to that same number 415. Yeah. Thank you for 15 80 80 88 10. A lot of eighties and I think I threw in an extra 80. But you get it so I texted in or call it in will put you on the air with Richard. If we can if there's time, So that's coming up. Carla Marinucci bottom of the hour with California playbook, you know. Assuming a Biden administration actually gets off the launch pad. California stands to get a lot of money. And a lot of the problems that California has had with back and forth with the Trump administration Use Oakland as an example. You know, Livy, chef has been going back and forth with Donald Trump about deportations and about, you know, immigration raids. So that's all going to you would think Hey, stop and be might have some potential for again Some kind of Financial relief coming from the federal government. And I'll include San Jose with that. I mean, Sam Accardo is is probably looking at Money from the feds to help balance a budget that is being hit so hard by covert 19. So the Bide administration again assuming Biden successfully Gets off the launch pad here, which I think I think it's going to happen. I just think it maybe a really troubled take off. It might actually have some benefits for California. We'll talk about that with talent with, um California playbook male author co author Carla Marinucci at the very least California going to save a lot of money on legal bills. That's for so true. They're constantly were constantly in court with the with the administration got teas there, too, Since Kimberly has been a subject of your show, Kimberly Guilfoyle shocking tidbit. That Karla has apparently found out so And it went viral eyes that show we'll talk to her about that. Yeah, and I just want I want to get. I want to get Richard on the line. But the last thing is, Paul Reich offers the he's the advocate for veterans. He has a new show and listen to the title of the show. He joins us at 11. While the rest of US die. Secrets of America Shadow government. While in other words, it's a show about how the elite in government are protecting themselves with a disregard for the people. It's not the kind of conversation we normally have on this show, which in a way intrigues me, so we'll talk to him, and it's quite appropriate. That's veterans because he's a veteran at veterans Advocate in a big white Paul right off. All right, without any further delay. As I was saying he walked us through how it might happen. A stealing of the election. Let's see what his view is now. Richard Green, the 16 a Mark Thompson, How are you, man? Very well. It's a pleasure to have you on. I was telling everybody you were one of the first Oneto Walker's through all the different ways and processes that a people's voice in essence could be subverted. So I wanted you to review Kind of where we are now and then handicap if you will also have questions from the audience Handicap as to where you think it may be going. So bottom line. I think Joe Biden will be our next president. Now, that seems like a ridiculously, you know, simple thing to predict, but it's not. Um And I would say, I would say 80%, and I'll tell you why. The reason Donald Trump has any power at all is because while we all thought he was so stupid, what's he doing? He's doubling down on his face. He is tripling down on his face. He's not reaching out to be the president. Of all the people. I think this was a Steve Bannon strategy combined with Donald Trump's incredible genius. At manipulating people and conning people and being ah, attracting attention, which is what a narcissist With a deep, narcissistic personality disorder have to do just to basically get fed. So when you see Kelly Law Flor and David Perdue, the two senators from Georgia Challenging the results and even going and cannibalizing their own Republican secretary of state in Georgia and demanding that he resign. Why is why are they demanding that? Because Donald Trump will not support them. In Georgia. He will tweet against them. Then the Republicans in the state of Georgia for the special election in January, 5 won't come out. And they will both lose. So the deep truth is toe why this is even happening. It's because Donald Trump has spent the last four plus years doubling and tripling and quadrupling down on his base, and he has being most loyal base of any president and potentially any politician in American history. That is his super power. Now you take that that incredible loyalty which could cause every U. S senator every U. S congressmen whose Republican to support him and more importantly, every state legislator or in the country who is a Republican. And they're the ones we'll get back to that in a second. They're the ones that can actually elect Donald Trump. And you contrast that with the fact that all these presidents and prime ministers are congratulating Joe Biden and the American people want to go ahead with a new administration. All of that. So it's the most bizarre showdown that we're headed towards in American history by far Ah,.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"A boardwalk will announce exactly when it will reopen. As soon as it works out. All these details and more. You have to work out a whole ticket infrastructure now and everything that listen to how complicated it has become. When you used to be just go to the boardwalk and you buy a ticket. What's the big deal right where you could find about you could bypass again by individual tickets to write each. My point is, you don't need to file any paperwork to go online or do anything. You find a parking place and get out of right, right. I mean, this all of a sudden has created and what they're going to limit the number of people and so you'll have to buy your ticket ahead of time. You know, it's It's create all of a sudden, you know, it's a reservation at of a three star Michelin restaurant, and all I want to do is write the wrong ghost, so it really does point up certain knows some of the concerns. And since it's outdoors that makes makes you feel a little bit safer, right? Right. And I think that's one of the reasons that they're that they're in better shape. Yeah, there's a Halloween controversy. I don't know if I want to get into it now. But I've got a lot of Serious California News with Carla Marinucci bottom of the hour. Here is the emerging Halloween controversy Original woman is being told to take down her Halloween display. She basically made a strip club of skeletons in a front yard car. Stop that. Stop that. Every time we mentioned strip club you go for the applause guard When I saw the video producer really will mourn joining us a lot of room to show us more of this big Britney. This one. Just I couldn't even deal. It's a lot to Mika. It is, But as you said, Look, there are no skeletons in her closet because they are all in the front.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"When we brought you the story of Nancy Pelosi's rank hypocrisy. For her bad behavior for her double standard. Do as I say. Not as I do behavior of not wearing a mask in a San Francisco hair salon, we brought you the story. I said, You know what's gonna happen next is they're going to try to attack the salon owner. And basically try to criminally go after her for tape recording Nancy Pelosi without permission. And then also whatever they could do on enforcement actions. They're going to also try because they want to send a message. You dare rebel against the socialist state and the Queen herself, Nancy Pelosi. We will destroy you. It's kind of business in San Francisco. We don't need anybody that would ever go on Fox News and Disagree with Nancy Pelosi running a business in San Francisco. That's almost what it seems like. This is the extension of cancel culture which is out of business culture. You criticize us. We will destroy you. You just agree with us. We will destroy you on did doesn't matter that we did something wrong? We're still going to destroy you. Because we've weaponized We've weaponized. Our entire public discourse. And Nancy Pelosi wants to destroy this salon owner because the salon owner had the audacity to expose Nancy Pelosi as a hypocritical Arrogant, self entitled Do as I say, Not as I do. Career politician. This is exactly Lou. What people hate about politicians, the double standard. Oh, I know what is better for society. But it doesn't, of course, applied to me. Same thing for these Hollywood elites that Seo we have to worry about Climate change with to get rid of transportation that private Jetson back to Washington, D. C. For the Kennedy Center rewards exactly so So that's what's happened is that further though Karl Pop people hate the double standard among politicians who think they're entitled and the laws don't apply to them. I would imagine that even my friends on the Democratsside do not believe that this woman should be pushed out of business and and gone after criminally for just Exposing for what? Something. It's on tape. It's on film. Pelosi was there all she did was report the story. Yeah, but now they're saying we have to investigate this woman because she might have tape recorded Nancy Pelosi without permission That would potentially be a crime. She could be indicted by the very friendly Democrat attorney general. Javier Becerra or the district attorney up in the Bay Area. So we've got here a letter from lawyers representing the male stylist who actually gave the haircut Recognize that the male stylist Jonathan DiNardo was actually a sub vendor of the owner of the salon, Erica Chaos and what happened was the these lawyers. Put out this lengthy statement. Saying that Ah Ah ah, Basically that chaos has political leanings that are against Pelosi that she's trying to set up Pelosi that it's ah A political attack. And that this this hair salon owner apparently has her quote her own vain aspirations. I don't even know what the hell that means. The lawyer is Matthew Soleimanpour. And he is he's from a very expensive law firm. Hey, Where does can you ask me to answer me this? Where does a hair stylist get the money? To get a world class $580 per our lawyer. Assigned to him. On this case, because this lawyer a cheque doesn't go that far. Yeah, this lawyer doesn't go that far together. There's no real like you know, no money to be had here because, remember This poor salon owner is already on the brink of bankruptcy because Pelosi and friend on friends in California the Democrats have shut down her her salon. So there's no big money to shake down here who put up the money for the Oh, you know who did? It's the Democrats. It's Nancy Pelosi. This guy's probably doing it for free, he because he's a Democrat friend. But no doubt in my mind. I'll tell you what happened is that Nancy Pelosi said. Get this guy a lawyer and let's go after this salon owner. I want to get the district attorney on the phone. I want the attorney general on the phone. We will punish her. We must make an example of her. She will be. She will rue the day that she raised her fist. In the direction of the queen. This is what's going on my friends. And instead of Nancy Pelosi saying, Yeah, I know. I'm sorry. I was confused. I didn't know the rules or you know what? It was a bad day. I'm so sorry. Could have said Make culpa the Ah, in haste, I I'd forgotten the change. I spent a lot of time in D. C, but I made a culpa and let that be a lesson to all of us that we need to be very thoughtful about this because even I could make a mistake. She could have spun it so many different ways but hurt hubris and her arrogance, chillin not allow our petulant arrogance and in venomous. It's a very venomous response to go after someone who clearly is already on the ropes in this economy, And so now, what has she done? She's she's turned Jonathan DiNardo against The salon owner, and now she's trying to turn public opinion against the salon owner. She's got a lawyer going after the salon owner. She's got members of the media like Carla Marinucci from the left wing politico saying, Oh, when I see this video, my first question is But she did. Did someone have permission to release this video? It seems like there's two per two way permission required under the law in California for taping someone really, Carla, That's all you're thinking about right now is how can we punish the person who blew the whistle? I mean, talk about whistleblower protection here. Yeah, This is by every angle. The Democrats have literally shown just how unethical their behaviour is in this situation now is its democratic triangulation of fire here. They have the salon owner literally in the center of a triangle. Legally, politically, and with respect to the media, they are going to destroy her. Now the salon owner was on Fox yesterday last night with Tucker Carlson. Let's go with audio one. Specifically, Could this be a setup? She had called the stylist and.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Talk to Carla Marinucci off the bottom of the hour. The California playbook top of the hour, right after brunch news at 11 will talk about Donald Trump, either 12 ways he could win, according to our guest. There might even be more than that. Right now. We're talking about what's going on in the wake of the shooting in Wisconsin and Christian Sonoma County. You're a cop. Hi. Welcome to kgo. Hello there. Welcome my friend. So let me let me stay over a couple things out there. The George Floyd thing was disgusting and horrible. And was very clear. And there is not a single officer I've spoken with who has anything other than to say That was horrible and terrible, and we all feel for the family, and it's just terrible, right? The incident in Wisconsin. I've heard people say It should never have happened. And let me just say this. I've been doing this about Two decades now, and one thing I learned really quick is to keep an open mind. Wait. Do you hear you the weight? You have talked to more than just one person or seeing more than one piece of evidence, except for the George Floyd when that was really obvious, And when I When I say that is The first thing that came to mind when I watched That first video about 20 seconds. Is. I want to know what the officer was thinking in the moment that his here she called Mr Blake around the car. What? What were you thinking? That moment and what causing the think that and what I what I mean is Did the did, Mr Blake say. Say something. Did he say I'm leaving. I'm getting my car and leaving. That's one thing he could have set right? Another thing he could have said was. I'm going to my car and getting a weapon. That's another thing. So those two different statements could have caused completely different. Feelings and not cops mind at that moment, and I don't think I'll take that. We need to know the specifics, but, you know, he didn't say I'm going to my car and getting a weapon. We can rule that out. I mean, I can't imagine any scenario by which you'd say that, but I take your general point. And that's the point. I was making it. He was walking away from the cops. Did you hear me talking right about that? Yeah, and I did. And I and I don't disagree with you. But I wasn't there, right. People say a lot of things when they're.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That brings the total to nearly fifty nine thousand county officials say programs have helped more than twenty one thousand of those people move into permanent housing over the year. This city of Los Angeles saw sixteen percent increase in homelessness from last year. Facing a surge of homelessness, Los Angeles County supervisor Hilda Solis wants to see a unified approach is going to require are a local elected officials, as well as our public safety officials as well as our healthcare officials to come together in the form of a strike team. We do it for other emergencies. I don't see why we should we can't do that now the largest gas leak and US history is leading to yet another lawsuit a safety expert who was sent in to examine the canyon leak in Los Angeles has it gave him cancer. Kenneth Bruno says the gas companies simple energy didn't warn him about the dangers in his lawsuit. He says he now has a rare form of cancer associated with benzene one of the chemicals. He came into contact with Semper. The parent company of southern California gas company, says there is no long term risk from the gas leak. They say Bruno is misstating the facts, the two thousand fifteen leak lasted several months and caused thousands of residents to move Kevin trip, KABC news. A woman is killed and three men are hospitalized after DUI suspect. Struck several cars in the fifteen freeway near Rancho California road this morning, twenty five year old driver responsible was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs. The highway patrol says he was from the state of Washington. The some maybe setting Bernie Sanders presidential hopes here in the Golden State. The progressive lane of the Democratic Party is congested with candidates, and that's putting Sanders at a disadvantage, politicos, Carla Marinucci says Elizabeth Warren has cut in front of him. He did have rallied in Pasadena. And in San Jose got a lot of people. But the fact is worn more people at that Oakland rally than he did in all his events this weekend. He's facing competition. Now he wants had that Medicare for all lane to himself. And now he does not Carla Marinucci was a guest on the morning drive. I'm Jeff whittle KABC news. The former sheriff's deputy who failed to confront a gunman in parkland. Florida shooting is now under arrest got Peterson is charged with multiple counts of child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury. A fifteen month investigation revealed that Peterson stood outside the Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school as a former student gunned down seventeen people inside the building last year..

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good morning. Joey ten Mark Thompson here. This is why I both love producer, Dave, and I take producer. Dave. You had to correct me on the I told told you the David Johnson is a Hewlett surprise. What I said. And Dave in the break corrected me and said, it's polisher like, you're pulling something, it's okay. You're not the only one who's made that mistake. But I'm glad we cleared that up Dave really were stopping the showdown about it. And he's saying I didn't stop the showdown, Mark. You did. Well, no, one knows California politics like politicos Carla Marinucci, she has forgotten more about politics than most of us, whatever. No, Carla Marinucci everybody. That California playbook has a lot in it. Welcome to the show. Good to be with you, Mark. They didn't show. Yes. So a given Newsom he as you headline he embraces feminism with a family friendly move. Tell us about that. Well, I think that I think you know, we wouldn't heat generation ago. A governor talking about issues like menstrual products, feminine products, children's diapers being products that maybe shouldn't be sales tax. This is this is what he talked about yesterday. He made national headlines, actually, he's got this proposal. Eliminate sales tax on those products saying look luxury teacher necessities, especially for a lot of low income families. And I think it's just every flex of the fact that we had a governor who's got four little kids and a wife who say very prominent, feminist and. This is something that women legislators in Sacramento had been pushing for years, the idea of a getting rid of the tampon taxes. They call it. Jerry Brown didn't go for it. He he'd be held that legislation and boy did a new Lucien up there and shocker manteaux 'cause you've got a younger governor who's got kids in a in a wife that has made this issue. So he's making a national news on it. A lot of women are applauding cheering this one. Saying look. Yeah, it's going to mean what worth money for the California shadow fund about forty four million dollars..

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Newsletter slash California playbook and joining me from the playbook is the great Carla Marinucci Carlo. Thanks for coming on the show today. Good to talk to you, always get to be with you, even so I in today's playbook, though, there was something that really caught my attention partially because I've had him on the show a number of times. Now really enjoy talking to him. He seems to be a real leader on the progressive side of the Democratic Party. Congressman ro Khanna is a co chair for Bernie twenty twenty. Was it? I mean, he is a leader in Silicon Valley and a progressive leader in every way. And you know, this is right on in Comal is fear. Right. Yeah. For him to toback Bernie is fascinating. You know, they have been together. They have worked together on a number of things, including higher minimum wage at pushing Amazon on drug pricing. So they long, you know, been with each other philosophically all kinds of stuff economic policies. So so what kinda is really kind of. I dunno emerged as a leader not only with with khaki shoes. But on progressive issues like Medicare for all and other things. So it's interesting to watch this. You know, Kamala Harris already has four house members with her and a lot of state legislators, she's got Barbara Lee on her side. But it is going to be interesting to see how many Californians, you know, in the house. She racked up. Because this is not going to be easy. I think eighth in for her as some people suggest even with the early primary. There's a lot of people in the race already. And last time that a Californian in the race actually won the California. Primary was Jerry Brown back in nineteen seventy two. What is been a long time? And he didn't win the other two times. He ran. So let's just keep that in mind that it isn't a lock just because Kamla has an early. There's an early primary here in California. She's going to have to win over the house members in and you know, what kind is going to breed just sort of signals. That there may be others in California who will go to some of these other candidates out there, and one of the things I thought really interesting Carla Marinucci is joining me on the phone right now. I was I don't know why I was surprised by this. Because to your point there are other representatives Barbara Lee who was just on the show a few minutes ago who've already gotten behind Kamla harassment, but it's not just that he endorsed Bernie. But he's the co chair and really only for that level of commitment. I I don't know that threw me off. I was a little surprised. No completely. Because here the co-chair means you're gonna raise a lot of money for him. And of course, well has a lot of context in Silicon Valley, and you know, any in California as a whole another person who is strongly behind Bernie out of California is Roseanne tomorrow. Who was a I think a co-chair last time around. She was the head of the national nurses, United a very powerful group. And she's definitely with Bernie again, this time nurses were. Major force in campaign and gave him about seven million dollars last time.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Playbook and joining me from the playbook is a great Carla Marinucci Carl thanks for coming on the show today. Good to talk to you, always get to be with you, even so I in today's playbook, though, there was something that really caught my attention partially because I've had him on the show a number of times. Now really enjoy talking to him. He seems to be a real leader on the progressive side of the Democratic Party. Congressman ro Khanna is a co chair for Bernie twenty twenty. News to me. I mean, he is the leader in Silicon Valley and a progressive leader in every way. And you know, this is right on in Comal is turf here, right? Yeah. For him to toback Bernie is fascinating. You know, they have been together. They have worked together on a number of given things including higher minimum wage pushing Amazon on drug pricing. So they they have long been with each other philosophically on all kinds of stuff economic policies. So so what kinda is really kind of emerged as a leader not only with with tech issues. But on progressive issues like Medicare for all and other things. So it's interesting to watch this Kamala Harris already has four house members with her and a lot of state legislators, she's got Barbara Lee on her side. But it is going to be interesting to see how many Californians, you know, in the house. She racks up because this is not going to be an easy. I think eight then for her as some people suggest even with the early primary. There's a lot of people in the race already. And. The last time that a California in the race actually won the California. Primary was Jerry Brown back in nineteen seventy two. What is good a long time? And he didn't win the other two times. He ran. So we'll just keep that in mind that it is in a lock just because Tomlin has an early. There's an early primary here in California. She's going to have to win over the house members. And and you know, whoa, con- is going to to Bernie sort of signals that there may be others in California who will go to some of these other candidates out there, and one of the things I thought really interesting Carla Marinucci is joining me on the phone right now. I was I don't know why I was surprised by this. Because to your point there are other representatives like Barbara Lee who was just on the show a few minutes ago who've already gotten behind Kamla harassment, but it's not just that he endorsed Bernie. But he's the co chair and really early for that level of commitment. I I don't know that threw me off. I was a little surprised. No completely because the co-chair means you're going to raise a lot of money for him. And of course, well has a lot of context in Silicon Valley, and you know, and in in California. As a whole another person who is strongly behind Bernie out of California is Roseanne tomorrow. Who was I think a co-chair last time around. She was the head of the national nurses, United a very powerful group. And she's definitely with Bernie again, this time, nurses, were a major force in dirty campaign and gave him about seven million dollars. Last time.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:49 min | 3 years ago

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"One zero at Twitter Shamir tweets asks Ethan Bearman coming up in about thirteen twelve thirteen minutes. We have William Ogborn former State Department official talk about what's going on with Russia. Iran is intelligence President Trump has been tacking his intelligence chiefs right now. Plus, we have some really interesting. New twist our housing crisis. That is happening. We'll get to that about thirty minutes to kick off the hour from Politico's, California playbook, the amazing Carla Marinucci Carlo. Thanks so much for coming on the show today. A always to be with you, even thanks. Thanks for joining me. I want to start with Senator Harris we've got so much going on politically Senator Harris kicked off on Sunday. And then I really talked about her CNN townhall yesterday with her healthcare comments yesterday as well. What was your take on all of that? I had just take a tremendous week. I mean. You wanna call it a grand slam if there is such a thing in politics. But you know, they they just rolled out this event on Sunday where I was at in Oakland around twenty two thousand people that pays weekly laid the marker down the presidential race others who were thinking of getting in you have to think of Eric Garcetti looking at that event and say, wait a minute. Maybe this isn't a good idea. She called off a lot of people I think by positioning herself as one of the top tier Kansas if not the front runner at this point. I mean until, you know, Biden beta and the rest of the B's Bernie decided to get in. The fact is though she, you know, she did it in Oakland talking about this message of being a progressive, but having integrity speaking the truth that was a huge applause line. She did that again on Monday night, and it was almost two million viewers on CNN the tuned into that. So yeah, she she. Maybe what might have been a stumbled on this on this issue of healthcare talking about doing away with private insurance? But I think they're her teeth basically kind of walked back in early in the contest right now, the fact that she is looking really really strong on fundraising and on messaging right now is issuing of her campaign. It really looks formidable. Yeah. And I I want to challenge you on one little thing, though, Carla Marinucci is on the phone right now this front runner label because the polls don't show that, you know, here in the in whether you're trying to the bay area, the state of California, clearly she's the front runner, but we know her of the country doesn't yet Imboden. I see still in the latest poll came out. I think it was yesterday. Joe Biden still was ahead of her Senator Harris. The name recognition. We don't. She's a junior. Senator. She hasn't been in the Senate very long. You know, the the nation got a picture of her from the cabinet hearing. But not a lot else yet. Yeah. You know, you're right. I think I guess it'd be should we should say front runner of those who are currently in the race. When you right when you talked about, Joe, Biden Bernie Sanders. Michael bloomberg. Cory Booker, those are names that are going to absolutely shape the race. Should they decide to get in? And I think wait word waiting on those. But as it stands now, she really is the standout. And and that's that is a dangerous position to be in a dangerous position. When people call you the front runner, you're absolutely right. Because there's no place to go but down so she has to be very careful, but but on one hand, I think that town hall meeting really showed her personality what she's like. And if she gets too cautious. Remember that that was the criticism of her before in in previous races, such as in the attorney general's facing here in California that she was too cautious too afraid to let her personality and her position to be known. And if she goes back to that mode, then I think we got a problem. But right now, she seems to be sailing agree. And she had the one issue in the town hall that I. So I'm a big proponent of Medicare for all in. She got kind of caught up in this idea and Jake tapper I thought gave her a an out with his follow up question to CNN townhall about getting rid of or eliminating private insurance. And that she kind of walked back. I mean, that is such a complicated issue. The polls show that most Americans do support Medicare for all when you when you paint it like that. But then when you start laying out what some of the costs might be or maybe increase taxes. They they start. You know, the pulled up those post starts to decline. It is going to be the details on that kind of proposal that matter, and what it will cost average Americans. But the fact is that she's getting criticism from folks like Howard Schultz right now and Bloomberg and others on Medicare for all. I don't know. Maybe that suggests that that is an issue that is going to be sort of defining in this presidential race. And they may be a little scared of her on that one. I think the Democrats have to define what that what Medicare for all is going to mean. But certainly some kind of healthcare reform is really at top of mind for many Americans who are paying out thousands of dollars a month for health care. It's truly horrible. And in our own in represented, ro Khanna was on the show the other day, and we were talking about big pharma. That's us as well. So he's another one to keep an eye on in terms of the absolutely I agree that the issue Republicans have just let that one slide. So I think they're they're very vulnerable on that Carla Marinucci politicos California playbook is joining me on the phone right now. There was an announcement yesterday. I think I've told you before I I've met I really and I've had him on this show before I really like Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti. He is one of those people who I deep down. He's unlike so many politicians he is one of the most genuinely nice kind individual human beings. Agreed. Yeah. I've ever encountered and to be mayor of a giant city like Los Angeles. I think is great executive experience. But he bowed out yesterday. A little bit of a surprise to us because I gotta tell you just a couple of days ago. Some of his people were counting the fact that you know, he was able to help solve the the Los Angeles teachers strike, and that was a real contrast to what was going on in Washington with the shutdown that was going on at the same time. And and they seem to be saying, hey, this is going to be a great selling point when he decides to get in. So I think it's a little surprising that he got out so quickly. We even saw him at Gavin Newsom inauguration. He, you know, acknowledged the teachers strike was an issue. But said, you know, hey, stay tuned when it comes to my presidential race. So maybe he was all along angling for maybe some kind of cabinet position in the next White House who knows? But the fact is a lotta people expected him to get in. He does have a lot of big fundraising connections in Hollywood, you know. So I think it was a little bit of surprise that he got out so quickly without even jumping in formerly. So you know, interesting that was an interesting move on his part. I saw somewhere on. I think it's probably Twitter Carla that people were speculating, maybe he just wanted to keep it a little bit closer continue working on some of the things in Los Angeles. And that the hope was with seeing how well Senator Harris is already doing sure launch was so successful that maybe he sees her as being possibly winning. You know, you're talking about a cabinet position. But also could be an open Senate seat. There you go. That's right. And it would be governor Gavin Newsom that would appoint that next Senator. So you you're correct. There may be other calculations there. The other other interesting thing was it wouldn't have cost him anything to run since his current mayoral position goes to twenty twenty two I believe I mean, he he gets a five year term based on some changes they made an electoral laws down there. So he could have done it without any losing that seat. But the fact is maybe he decided he needs to concentrate on on LA right now at four future plans as you just pointed out. I mean, he's really really really interesting. I I like him a lot. I think. Yeah. Tackled down there too. So we know we've talked about this. You know, ethnically? He's he's such an interesting candidate being Mexican plus Jewish plus Italian. He has a little bit of everything. And he's an eclectic guy a culturally, you know, an accomplished jazz, pianist and composer, the guy has a lot going on. There's no question of foster parents by that too. I forgot. No. I mean, that's that's huge. You'll a lot of people talk a game. He doesn't just talk and he lives it. It's really there's a difference there with him. No. You're completely right. And I think I actually think Gavin Newsom was most afraid of Garrett Garcetti getting into the governor's race that could have been a real challenge for Gavin Newsom. He didn't get in. He didn't get into the US Senate race against Feinstein. So. Yeah. Well, wait and see. Okay. What what is an expert city? No question. So interesting. I can't wait. I can't wait to find out. Well, then it's always I love getting your input. Really appreciate. No. I mean, I really appreciate your time. Carla Marinucci politicos California playbook. Thank you so much. Carla teases absolutely have really appreciate that. We can talk more about the the presidential race to a little bit later. But coming up next, we got this. Russia's stuff going on with the Iran deal. Trump taking on his own intelligence officers. Former State Department official William Ogborn joins me next to discuss four one five eight hundred eighty.

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"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"UK and the US built all of these institutions is a supposedly bulwarks of democracy against communism and the Soviets everything from the World Bank to the IMF to you know, you can talk about Bretton Woods, and all these other things, but they were there for a reason it was to ensure trade in the world and some stability and some democracy. But putting troops on the grabbing? Do you agree with that coming out of World War Two? Putting troops over the ground. No not. But we put together all these different institutions as a bulwark against things like communism, and democracy and free trade. Yeah. Yes. I don't understand how the question relates. And I guess I, you know, because you tell you brought him Nuremberg and nonaggression, but but part of that is subtle aggression through institutions institutions are a form. Some would say are a form of aggression. I'm using institutions to ensure these things happen. I'm putting pressure on people. I can fund the Kurdish rebels in northeastern Syria. You know? I mean, there are other ways that are slightly different from actually putting Americans in harm's way. I think that's just the way of diverting the question of nonaggression and without all about I mean. Yeah, you can certainly resort is not that clearly not a diversion. There is where is that line in your mind? Matt. Is in your mind. Should there be no interference whatsoever? And we are completely gonna be isolationist inform or is it okay to arm. The Kurds were what what is the line in your mind? Can we arm? The Kurds can we fund the Kurds in northeast Syria? Or should we do nothing and just observe it from a distance? Yeah. Well, yeah. I mean. Yeah. If you could do that, you could break down that way. I don't I don't I don't see that. There's any why do we need to support the Kurds, quite honestly? So that's that's my point. So you see it as we should have no involvement whatsoever. And I'm just trying to clarify because there is a difference between committing direct violence. Right. Putting troops down on the ground who are fighting. And then there is supporting people who we agree with. But we don't necessarily want to put our troops in harm's way. And then there's a humanitarian aid only. And then there's that we got nothing to do here. Let's just stay entire that. I just wanted to clarify. I think that's an important way of knowing. How far people are willing to go or not go on this topic? Matt great to talk. Thanks for bringing in coming up in just a moment. We're gonna checking Carla Marinucci from Politico's, California playbook, California politicians are finally making housing an issue and priority will discuss that next four one five eighty eight. Eighty eight.

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KGO 810

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight one zero. Follow me on Twitter. Some of your tweets out, Ethan Bearman. We were just talking to Carla Marinucci politicos, California playbook and the governor yesterday, really. Laying down the gauntlet here. He's just throwing it down. We gotta do something about housing. I had no idea that data point that the governor talked about yesterday, we rank forty ninth out of fiftieth in home production. There's no other state. That's short three and a half million units a housing, and we're second to last in building that cannot work. There's no way you're hearing my voice right now thinking yourself. Yeah. No problem that there's not enough Billy. I look I get that. A lot of people were like, there's already people guess what? There are too many people. However, that's reality. We must deal with what is happening in front of us. There's tremendous human suffering because we say, well, we give them Bill because of insert your excuse here. We must Bill we must do better. We have to work on transit and all the tertiary issues that are related to it. Absolutely. And I believe based on what I'm hearing out of this governor now governor recent he's he wants to address it. He wants to help us. So what do you think is the biggest problem? I I still say it's cost and it takes forever. You want to do some building. In San Francisco. I've never seen anything so expensive in my life. Same Santa Cruz and all the whole entire region so expensive and it takes forever. It's illogical. There's no logic there, unless your logic is I don't want anybody to build super superwealthy and.

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KGO 810

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of World War Two though that the UK and the US built all of these institutions is supposedly bulwarks of democracy against communism and the Soviets everything from the World Bank to the IMF to you know, you can talk about Bretton Woods, and all these other things, but they were there for a reason it was to ensure trade in the world and some stability and some democracy. But putting troops on the grabbing? Do you agree with that coming out of World War Two? Putting troops on the ground. But, but we put together all these different institutions as a bulwark against things like communism, and democracy and free trade. Yeah. Yes. I don't understand how the question relates it. I guess I, you know, because you don't you brought him Nuremberg and nonaggression, but but part of that is subtle aggression through institutions institutions are a form. Some would say are a form of aggression. I'm using institutions to ensure these things happen. I'm putting pressure on people. I can fund the Kurdish rebels in northeastern Syria. You know? I mean, there are other ways that are slightly different from actually putting Americans in harm's way. I think that's just a way of diverting the the question of non aggression, and what that's all about. I mean. Yeah, you can certainly resort. It's not. Is clearly not a diversion. There is where is that line in your mind? Matt. Is in your mind. Should there be no interference whatsoever? And we are completely going to be isolationist inform or is it okay to arm. The kurds. What what is the line in your mind? Can we arm? The Kurds can we fund the Kurds in northeast Syria? Or should we do nothing and just observe it from a distance? Yeah. Well. Findings. I mean. Yeah. If you could do that. Break it down that way. I don't I don't I don't see that. There's any why do we need to support the Kurds, quite honestly? So that's that's my point. So you see it as we should have no involvement whatsoever. And I'm just trying to clarify because there is a difference between committing direct violence. Right. Putting troops down on the ground who are fighting. And then there is supporting people who we agree with. But we don't necessarily want to put our troops in harm's way. And then there's a humanitarian aid only. And then there's bet we got nothing to do here. Let's just stay entirely. I just wanted to clarify. I think that's an important way of knowing. How far people are willing to go or not go on this topic? Matt great to talk to you. Thanks for bringing in coming up in just a moment. We're gonna check him a Carla Marinucci from Politico's, California playbook, California politicians are finally making housing an issue and priority will discuss that next four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. On K G O eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com. Eleven twenty eight K G L. We have a crash.

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KGO 810

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"Carla Marinucci from Politico's California playbook is gonna join me talking about housing in California. And how our politicians are addressing it. Now, finally. Woo. Got there. That's coming up in a little less than thirty minutes. But let's kick this horrible news. I don't know if you saw the video I caution you searching for it online. If you're at all sensitive at all if you have any sensitivity watching the video of what happened in Syria. This morning is disturbing. It's disturbing. There was a suicide bombing claimed by ISIS. In the Syrian city of I will butcher the heck out of this name. There were US service members killed in the attack. And I quote from spokesperson for the US led coalition operation inherent. Resolve quote, US service members were killed. During an explosion while conducting a routine patrol in Syria today, we're still gathering information. We'll share additional details later term. We don't know how many Americans were killed. The video is awful. People strolling along the sidewalk, you can see pretty clearly the suicide bomber. And then the detonation. Killing depending on whose reports you're looking at. Whose reports you're looking at it's as few as ten people died. And as many as twenty according to Turkish news agencies. Now, there's up near the border with Turkey. This city is all the way up by Turkey right on the edge of a. Supposedly US allied Kurdish controlled area right next to where the Turkish army and Syrian rebels control an area right next to where government forces controlling area in Syria. It's a highly contentious neighborhood, shall we say? It's awful though. The video is just truly awful. And I don't know if you recall, but it was just about a month ago on December the nineteenth. That our president of the United States of America declared the mission against the Islamic state over and that we had defeated ISIS, which was our only reason for being there. Now, remember this actually, according to many reports is what led to secretary defense James Mattis to resign. Was this tweet from the president. He and discussed it with his officials just tweeted it out diplomacy decision making everything by tweet. James Mattis resigned allegedly over that a bunch of senators conservatives alike said what the hell are you doing Mr President? Now, I didn't agree with putting troops on the ground in the first place. In syria. I just didn't. But I fully supported.

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KGO 810

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"carla marinucci" Discussed on KGO 810

"One zero it is. Be another fun day today as an aunt at the president's speaking tonight. We're gonna talk to Colby it quits here. Coming up in about twelve minutes. Washington Post political reporter talk about. This idea of an emergency order to build a wall. The border is in a crisis. You had two years. What did you do in two years? We'll get to that here in a second as well. Carla Marinucci is gonna join me in about thirty minutes to talk about governor Gavin Newsom is inaugural speech yesterday. What does that look like a national emergency to build a border wall, though? So tonight. A speech by the president's giving us a nice fireside chat. He's going to say, dear Americans. I am here to let you know that the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor ESPN we're going to pull together as a country we're going to defeat this enemy. No, it's gonna be. Oh my God. They're overrunning our southern border, and we're all gonna die. If we don't build the wall. That's what I'm guessing. It's going to be like. Because how else do you explain why it suddenly out of the blue an emergency situation a crisis at the border? So wait a minute. President Trump ran for president when he was a candidate that he was in his here's where he was going to build a big beautiful wall when he took office. He was going to protect us from all these Brown people coming from the south didn't say anything about all the people who overstayed their visas, which remember outnumber those who have crossed the border without permission. He was going to do this. He had two years for the last two years screwed it up. Okay. Did the Republicans doing? Okay. I know they didn't get it done. Either. But now, it's an emergency. Now, it's a crisis. Now that the Democrats are in charge of the house of representatives. Not the Senate the house now, suddenly it's a crisis. Now, we're all gonna die. If we don't get this wall built, right? This very second. Here's my prediction. I'm curious. What you think? Here's my prediction. He's going to go on tonight. And he's going to say. That it's a crisis. It's been building. It's all the Democrats fall. And because the Democrats are such a problem. And it's Democrats.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown casually unveils history’s most ambitious climate target

Ethan at Night

05:51 min | 4 years ago

California Gov. Jerry Brown casually unveils history’s most ambitious climate target

"But let's check in on California politics joining me from politico. One of the authors of the California playbook Carla Marinucci Carlo thanks so much. Good to talk to you today. Hey, good to be with you. All right. So governor Brown did something. I'm honestly, I'm torn on this one because I'm excited, and I'm I'm concerned about what it's gonna cost us. Huge new legacy Bill that he signed. Yeah. That's right. I mean, governor Brown again, you know, what it is really a rebuke to President Trump's administration sign that Bill Monday to great fanfare, basically saying to California's going to be getting all of its retail atrocity from renewable sources by twenty forty five. Now, you know, that's still a long way away. But the fact is he wants to send a message that maybe the federal government isn't going to comply with the Paris climate agreement, but California is and he said that they're going to go. We're going to go down that path. Even by the way. Signed an executive order that also direct straight stage. And she's to figure out how to make the entire economy of the state carbon-neutral that means transportation that means manufacturing that means a whole bunch of other things ether ambitious things, and you know, you you mentioned costs that is one thing that some of the opponents of this action said, what's it gonna cost consumers, and the fact is we don't know. But but Jerry Brown to say, look, this is a literally kind of a do or die effort that we've got to start addressing climate change in California really hasn't been on the forefront. Here forget gauge and intends to continue to to be on the forefront to combat global warming. So big move from Jerry bound on the eve of this massive climate change conferences starts tomorrow in San Francisco at Mosconi tenure. Yeah, I've been getting, you know, PR emails on that. Of course, joining me on the phone is politicos, California playbook Carla Marinucci, but this clogged global global climate summit. Of course, that's happening here. I mean, it's just that's natural. But what what is this kind of a summit when we're talking about climate mean what what is the goal. What are we gonna learn from from this coming up? It's a good point the news. You know, some of the critics are saying, well, this is just a show, Jerry. Jerry Brown swan song. And so forth. But the fact is you you've got some of the world leaders on this subject, including New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg. You've got former Vice President Al gore, who of course, won the Nobel prize because of his original, you know, warnings on on this Jane Goodall, you've got a number of celebrity types coming and a big CEO's like Salesforce, CEO Mark Benny off. And when you bring all these folks together, not to mention you're going to have a lot of protesters as well. 'cause there are a lot of people who were very upset at Gerry bound when it comes to issues like fracking and so forth. But the fact is you get a lot of these world leaders, and they're putting their heads together on some really complex subjects and trying to come up with ways in which basically states can go around the inaction from the federal government. So the California keeps sort of setting a bar higher on this and not just with the Bill. Signed yesterday. But you know, they looked forward to other ways they can contain greenhouse gases in California. You know, we've got some major issues here in California with the seat like the sea level rising. And we're going to have to address things like, you know, embarcadero. Seawalls and so forth. There are some issues that are sort of immediate and need to be dealt with. So I think with all these folks coming together, it's going to be all eyes are going to San Francisco this week when it comes to the issue climate change, so Carl I have a question for you. Carla Marinucci is joining me on the phone politicos, California. Playbook is anybody gonna ask how many of them flew commercial versus? Nobody's gonna ask. I'm not going to be able to be there to participate. But I this is something I it's hard core. Environmentalists. And there's nothing that ticks me off more than the ultra wealthy oligarchs coming and telling me how to live my life, and they flew a private jet, and it's just defeated the whole purpose here the lineup of Lear jets. Right. We'll be a testament even very very good point here on this one. And that is some big should ask in the press conference today. I will try to do that today. I am so sorry. I thought was tomorrow almost as we speak in San Francisco addressing a climate change group this morning. He's doing a lot of stuff related to the. So he is in San Francisco this morning. But you know, it the actual kickoff of the conference starts tomorrow. And yeah, you're absolutely right. I that that question does need to be asked. Because the oligarchs say here just through and it's like come on. All right. You want? I totally support making changes and all these things, but don't tell me that while you're doing something the opposite. I think that's an excellent point. I will make sure that to tell them that you asked I'm happy to by the way. I mean, you Lonzo already blocked me on Twitter because I asked hard questions. Is it really I think so yes, I would put it at a status symbol your badge blocked by. That's my little bio on

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Trump tweets on California wildfires spark confusion, debate

The Drive With Steve Jaxon

01:45 min | 4 years ago

Trump tweets on California wildfires spark confusion, debate

"Cannabis with Nick and although Nick won't be part of it, today because he's in The Where's he know walkie having a? Beer I don't Japan. Something, yeah Anyway We're going to talk to the folks from outside. Lands they have introduced green lands to the beer lands in the winelands and the fluid lands That's all coming up this weekend Cannabis partout. Featuring local political analyst, Aaron Carlstrom, we'll talk to supervisor David rabbit and our, segment Justice. Gone wild with attorney Tracy Korea Our next guest longtime Dr hall, of Famer and might be f f and one of, my favorite people to talk. To Cole wrote an article on, politico that. Said and I quote, Californians are, stunned at president Donald Trump's latest tweets on, the states The catastrophic I'm trying to, say, it's Monday states catastrophic wildfires and Trump's insistence that the state is burning because our leaders here, are letting too much fresh water flow into the Pacific, Ocean he also tweeted yesterday A tweet referenced California's quote bad environmental laws as a cause of the state's current, raging wildfires. I ask Carla Marinucci from politico who has better environmental laws than the state of California give me a break at what does this flowing water into the Pacific Ocean thing role. Flow to the sea Indeed News but so sure what's going on there in the White. House in, fact just within the last, hour President Trump tweeted again on this. Subject.

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