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Charlie Rose, ex-CBS anchor, admits to workplace relationships, flirting

First Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Charlie Rose, ex-CBS anchor, admits to workplace relationships, flirting

"Scene former CBS this morning anchor Charlie Rose admits yeah he engaged in workplace relationship newly filed court documents from a deposition late last year revealed that rose also confessed to flirting with multiple coanchor's on the show rose said during the deposition he now understands why it was wrong for him to have relationships at work rose lost his job more than two years ago after numerous women leveled sexual harassment allegations against him

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Fresh update on "charlie rose" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:08 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "charlie rose" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Skiers. They're still making snow, opening new trails and making all their slopes deeper and better watch you sit close to home, Pat speaking. King Pine, New Hampshire, Moving in on 100% Day and night, Ragged Mountain with 30 Slopes will add a bunch of trails this weekend, and so will Bretton Woods, and they picked up 2 Ft. Of fresh snow since last Weekend 45 trails covered 21 miles that includes Glades Tree skiing. Saddleback Main 15 inches Since Saturday on Charlie Rose for WBZ Boston's news radio. We have snow in the forecast as well. For this afternoon snow flurries. We could see some steadier snow showers as we head into the night. Now keep in mind is going to be bitterly cold again. So whatever moisture falls on those secondary roads in particular it could stick and ice We've got a Well, we've got a weather report for you right on cue right after.

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Matt Lauer Denies Rape Allegation, Says Affair Was ‘Consensual’

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Matt Lauer Denies Rape Allegation, Says Affair Was ‘Consensual’

"Three Matt Lauer has broken his silence yeah on these allegations that he raped a young NBC employee says absolutely not true their fair was consensual even and if you got kids in the car plug your ears this woman claims that he raped her anally raped her and he says no it was consensual all the sex acts that they did she participated in willingly so it's a he said she said in this all comes about because of the Ronan Farrow book that apparently is got NBC in a tizzy as in this book runner for also says that Andy lack the head of NBC dated preyed on young we have office too so we'll see if Comcast which owns NBC stands by and the lack and I just have to the I'm just from my own standpoint I I obviously I worked there let's see from nineteen eighty two to two thousand and nine and I I didn't see this stuff so you can call me a phony or a liar whatever but I went and did my six o'clock news eleven o'clock there's no one home I didn't see our people stalking women in the hallways and so on you know I I just never saw the stuff was and I do I'm just gonna say again and and this is not you know she calls it broke novels so she calls Lauer's statement victim shaming I I don't want this to come across as victim shaming I'm I just have to wonder if she was so violated it with this rape and I won't describe it again and she was so violated and it hurt and she cried and she went on to have a long time consensual affair with him at its which she admitted to having by the way she meets to having the system doesn't have a huge hassle just doesn't compute I agree and I think Lauer's defense is pretty tough now I think you should file suit against Ronan Farrow Ferrell's publisher and this woman if he's going to take this all the way by the way they were rather this is not the only woman who came forward again flower right but he is now claiming that all of these affairs were consensual yeah meeting to infidelity but he says you know he didn't he did not force these women to have a relationship with them round eight it was consensual sonatas different cases but Bill Cosby said everything was consensual to sell any sitting in jail right now so I don't know is your I don't think so either decide that no charges have been filed listen when this story first broke there was a story on the front page of The New York Times and I read that story and said well that's rape at the duck double the chair in his office yeah and member had the famous button that you push that no well that he denies he denies there was any button any claims NBC back them up on that and I don't feel like I can not only that but he claims that it yep so I think it's gonna be interesting if if he continues to speak at do you think you may make any TV appearances well there was that rumor there was no time and all right yeah and then I think was the post speculated he better off doing what Gil Kane or someone along those lines yeah so I don't know I I do think that I know you say you should so what he should do all this but the more you sue the more you do TV the more you dredge everything up well and it's a big it's about how much more I read step can it be is on the front page of the New York Post forgot I think I've got to believe there's a small part of him the things he can at some point have a career I I have to believe that I think it's impossible but I I don't think he can ever come back no I don't think he can have a comeback Harvey Weinstein's Hurley's never gonna come back Kevin Spacey out Charlie Rose will never have a combined Kevin Spacey

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CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

Morning Edition

03:50 min | 1 year ago

CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

"Morning. There is a shakeup underway at CBS news this morning. The network announced major changes to its flagship shows this Gayle king on CBS this morning. We are announcing some major changes today moving forward working to get even better at what we do. Those major changes come amid ratings concerns for CBS this morning and also for the CBS evening news. And also after a series of harassment revelations rocked this network in recent years joining us now with more NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik morning. David. Hey, do to what is happening CBS. And why why is it happening now? So let's first talk about what's happening. You're going to see Nora O'Donnell, leave CBS this morning. It's that's their their morning news show, and she's going to become the anchor of CBS evening news. You know, the newscast once host by Dan rather on kites storage show. She's replacing Jeff glor- who's been there less. Than eighteen months. You're going to see a little bit of rotating chairs happening on the morning show. She is doing that John Dickerson's going to leave the morning show and the coin correspondent for a sixty minutes. And you're going to see the remaining this show built around. Gayle king who's been there who's really a sword in recent years, but particularly even in the last year landing a bunch of news making interviews, including a memorable one with our Kelly's been accused of so many crimes memorable interview to say the least. Yeah, really intense and really brilliantly handled by king, and she'll be joined by Anthony Mason longtime Saturday morning show host. He's been a longtime evening news anchor Fillon at a correspondent for the network. Anthony Mason, we'll also be joined by a twenty dokoupil a correspondent for for the network, and those those figures will be rotating in and around these these major programs, and what about the timing is is there something. Significant that CBS is going through all the shuffling at this moment. What does it tell us will even seeing a lot of coverage in a lot of rumors and speculation about what was going to happen? CBS had won some audience and also gotten a lot of morale boost by pursuing harder news edge for its morning show and for the evening news, and yet ratings had sagged in recent years, Jeff chlorine, some ways was expected to be the solution. He replaced got Pelley after Kelly's ratings after initial boost had had declined and there've been some tension between Pelley, the former anchor and former CBS news president David Rhodes glare was supposed to solve onto this under under roads and had not done. So and there've been a question of what's going to happen to pairing of John Dickerson, quite brilliant. Former moderator of face the nation had not had the same level of success as the morning show. It had under Charlie rose. And so they said something's going to happen. Too risky was named at the beginning of the year to shake things up in the shakeup was hers. So is. Is it just about ratings or how much of this has to do with the the sexual harassment scandals that we've seen this network through? Well, you seen a network. The network rocked by sexual harassment scandal from the top les Moonves, the chairman of CBS the entire parent network Inc. As well as Jeff Fager, the former chairman of CBS news in the longtime executive producer, sixty minutes, which is far and away in some ways, the most important show, certainly money maker for CBS CBS evening news CBS this morning. Have sort of been perennial third rated shows Charlie Rose's departure from CBS this morning in late twenty seven teen really rocked the chemistry and rock the stability of CBS news, but they had hoped to Dickerson could stabilize that. This sentence is the latest domino to fall from that. They want to stabilize the show want to stabilize the network insurance scheme particularly wants to show it's hers, and she's going to find a path forward for CBS. All right. Big changes today at

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Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

"News Susan's Renske, a news executive began with the network is a twenty year old back in the early nineteen. Seventies is now president of CBS news. The first time a woman is held the position under the eight year tenure of previous news, boss. David roads, both morning anchor. Charlie rose and sixty minutes executive producer Jeff Fager lost their jobs following misconduct issues. Serenity plans to address

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Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

"Seventies. Now, president of its news division. She replaces David Rhodes who was on the job for eight years, not all of them, smooth CBS's scene. It's morning. News anchor Charlie rose and sixty minutes. Top boss. Jeff Fager both lose their jobs following misconduct issues in the past two years and there've been ratings challenges to CBS this morning struggled since Rose's departure and its evening news with Jeff glor- has also had challenges. I'm Matt small code news time nine fourteen check that AAA

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Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

Hugh Hewitt

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

"CBS says David Rhodes a step down as president of its troubled news. The network will replace roads with veteran. Forty eight hours producers Susan's Rynski the acting CBS chief says roads has decided to move on after eight years with the news division CBS has seen its morning news anchor Charlie rose and sixty minutes executive producer, Jeff Fager, both lose their jobs fouling past misconduct issues. The network's morning show has struggled in the ratings since Rose's

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CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

"CBS corporation warned. It was setting aside his one hundred twenty million dollars severance while the allegations were investigated. Now CBS says moon vez will not get the money. The board has concluded moon. Vez was terminated with cause and that he failed to fully cooperate with the investigation. The board added that the investigation conducted by two outside legal firms. Also concluded that harassment. Retaliation are not pervasive at CBS it just over a year moon vez, sixty minutes. Top executive, Jeff Fager and news anchor. Charlie rose all lost their jobs over misconduct allegations, unlikely moon versus just going to shrug and say, oh, well, he continues to deny the allegations. And his lawyers say the board's conclusions are baseless and without merit. Although it's not clear yet. If you're going to take this to arbitration wins news time nine eighteen if was last Thursday that about half a million dollars cash fill out the back of a bring struck on route three in New Jersey. Some drivers helpfully stopped to grab the cash before it blew away. But it seems not all the money's been returned. By these good Samaritans,

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Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Denied $120 Million Severance Package

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Denied $120 Million Severance Package

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome CBS is accusing les Moonves says of a quote willful failure to cooperate with an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct. That failure atop the alleged misconduct. Is why CBS is denying him a severance payment of one hundred twenty million dollars? So what if the downfall of a legendary executive mean for his company NPR TV critic, Eric Dagens has covered moon vez and CBS for years. He's here either. Eric, hi, according to CBS, at least, and we should note. Moonves denies wrongdoing broadly. What what what is CBS say moon vested? Well, let's go back move. As was forced to step down back in September. At the New Yorker magazine published allegations from several women. Claiming he had sexually harassed or salted them. So the CBS board wound up hiring to law firms to look in the allegations against moon vase, also harassment or misconduct allegations that CBS news and CBS is wider corporate culture. Okay. So we mentioned an alleged willful failure to cooperate was Moonves supposed to cooperate with those law firms. Yes, they expected him to tell the truth when they asked him questions about his past conduct. Now, we haven't seen the reports that these law firms have created, but the New York Times reported on early drafts of the reports which said that investigators have evidence move as had lied to them and had tried to destroy text showing that he attempted to find acting work for one woman who'd made accusations against him in the board statement, they accused move as a breaching his contract and quote, willful material misfeasance now I had to look that word up, but it means performing an official duty in an improper or unlawful manner move as a turn. He has said in a statement that the conclusions are baseless that his client cooperated fully and that he vehemently denies assaulting. Although possession is nine tenths of the law. CBS has the one hundred twenty million dollars. They say they're keeping the one hundred twenty million dollars unless there's some other preceding we don't know about coming. But that leaves CBS trying to move on from losing its top executive in this in this particular way, how deep does the problem run at CBS. Well, you know, this was a company wants known as the Tiffany network. It bills itself as the most watched broadcast network in America, they have all these popular programs. But they also have this history of harassment allegations CBS this morning anchor Charlie rose was fired last year. After a Washington Post story revealed multiple allegations of sexual harassment. Jeff Fager, the executive producer of the top news magazine. Sixty minutes was let go in September. He had sent a threatening text to a CBS reporter who was working on a story about harassment allegations at CBS news. The New York Times reported last week on a nine. A nine point five million dollar settlement with actress Elisha deuce coupe who claim the she was harassed while she was working on the CBS drama bull. So there's a lot. And and as a critic, I pointed out CBS's lack of new show starring women for years. The question now is you know, is CBS really going to look harder at its history. Now or just hope everybody moves on after this crisis pass, you're putting on an interesting connection or parallel. We don't know how closely their connected, but we have allegations of private misconduct, and your noting something wrong with the public faces. CBS the opportunities given to women the representation of women CBS doing anything about these kinds of problems. Well, the board says it's created this new position called chief people officer to revamp its human resources departments. They say their diversity and inclusion efforts have been an adequate and they're going to beef them up. They're giving twenty million dollars to several different groups that are working to combat workplace harassment. But the CBS board is her from employees who said that Powell stars. And. Executives were not held accountable at the company and the question is whether CBS is going to hold them accountable now without big stories in the media to pressure them, Eric thanks so much for sheet. It thank you. That's NPR critic Eric decades.

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CBS News Settles Harassment Suit From Three Colleagues of Charlie Rose

24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

CBS News Settles Harassment Suit From Three Colleagues of Charlie Rose

"With a crime CBS news is no longer a defendant in a lawsuit. Brought by three women. Who say that they were sexually harassed by? Charlie rose CBS news settled a lawsuit with three women who accuse former anchor Charlie rose of sexual harassment lawsuit against CBS was discontinued Friday. Terms of the settlement or confidential a separate suit against rose

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CBS, Charlie Rose And Harassment discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

CBS, Charlie Rose And Harassment discussed on Glenn Beck

"Might be. And CBS news has reached a settlement with three women accusing veteran journalist Charlie rose of sexual harassment. The lawsuit claims rose made physical contact with the women and that CBS was fully aware of his behavior. CBS saying at a safe, but the matter has been resolved, and that the settlement amount

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Charlie Rose And CBS And CBS discussed on

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Charlie Rose And CBS And CBS discussed on

"Buy he's speaking of dirty birdie's CBS staffers say they want answers after the year long investigation into Charlie rose. CBS news staffers are furious that an invest. Education into sexual harassment at the network is still ongoing. This is a year after Charlie Rose's firing you remember he got sacked because he was walking

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Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood and Kevin Spacey discussed on Radio Specials

Radio Specials

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood and Kevin Spacey discussed on Radio Specials

"In the years since sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein forced him out of Hollywood, many other prominent men have been busted from their careers among them, less moon vest, Kevin Spacey, Matt Lauer, and Charlie rose and Bill Cosby who was accused of sexual assault by dozens of women over the decades is now a convicted felon, and is likely to spend

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Family wants Dallas officer who shot son in his apartment to "come clean"

24 Hour News

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Family wants Dallas officer who shot son in his apartment to "come clean"

"And there were more protests yesterday in Dallas over the fatal shooting of a man by Dallas cop, the officer claims that she walked into an apartment that she thought was hers and fired at a suspected intruder. The family of the victim gave an exclusive interview to see Bs news correspondent Omar via. Franca? I am still in denial. I cannot believe that he's not. Not all Bertram and Allison John want to know is why Dallas police officer amber, Geiger shot and killed their son both them in his own apartment. One of the things. I would like is. Just come clean. Just surrender. According to the manslaughter arrest warrant, the thirty year old officer told detectives she returned to what she thought was her third floor apartment just before ten pm on Thursday. She noticed the door was ajar and in the dark apartment, she saw a large silhouette inside. She thought it was a burglar after she gave verbal commands that were ignored she fired her gun twice and killed both them to hear that, you know, his door was open. He would never and have the lights off. He would never do that both of them grew up in Saint Lucia. But the gene family says he was fully aware of the strained relationship between the black community in America and police died in a weed at he himself had calculated. He could never rumors of what really happened still haven't been laid to

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Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

"Of its longtime sixty minutes chief Jeff Fager, we get the story from Karen Adams in southern California. In a statement. The CBS veteran says he was terminated for sending a harshly-worded text to a female reporter variety senior TV editor Brian Steinberg says it's surprising because faker was set to come back to work after that scathing New Yorker article which accused him of fostering, a culture of harassment or the second person in the history of

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Another analyst has cut his Micron price target

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Another analyst has cut his Micron price target

"Three microns. Wall Street bandwagon is getting lighter. The chip maker's. Stock got hammered after receiving analyst downgrade, some Goldman Sachs and RBC capital. Goldman Sachs dropped Micron to a neutral rating, blaming weaker memory chip. Prices RBC's, cutting the Boise Idaho companies price target by thirteen dollars to seventy dollars. Also, citing falling chip prices. Micron shares fell four percent and that helped send the NASDAQ lower by eighteen points to seventy nine fifty four. Dow gained twenty seven points to twenty five thousand nine hundred ninety nine point at twenty eight

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ABC, Al Gore and Gayle King discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

ABC, Al Gore and Gayle King discussed on Howie Carr

"When we come back love update for you on less moon vis including what gay. Gayle king had to say about it today. On the CBS morning show in the chair, the Charlie rose used to sit gosh that pervert, you should see the stains. Oh, gross. And so many gross perverts out there in this in this world right now and

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Gayle King Calls for Transparency in CBS’s Charlie Rose and Les Moonves Investigations

Roe Conn

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Gayle King Calls for Transparency in CBS’s Charlie Rose and Les Moonves Investigations

"Gayle king dill upset this morning and the CBS morning show. She's an awkward position think about that. Because you get the outgoing CEO of CBS lieu les Moonves says calling. She was calling for transparency from the network. Because he's been fired. And there have been a handful of women that have accused him over there were six in the original accusations. And then the New Yorker released another Ronan Farrow had another article six more, and that's what CBS decided to move on some of these date back to the nineteen eighties. When he wasn't at CBS places. He was at a at Laura mar or at Warner Brothers places he'd been, but they seem to be fitting a pattern here having sex with people who is working with in some cases, it was consensual then turn nonconsensual, and then another cases, which is tricky business. But then in other cases, it was like, hey, you know, this is what I need for us to get this deal done. So here is Gayle king women don't come out and speak this way for no reason. They just don't they just don't do it. And so I don't know how we move forward. If we don't we have CBS will don't have full transparency about what we find in our own house. We must have transparency, and I certainly feel for Julie Chen today. Now, she's in a very difficult position. And you know, wonderful, thanks for this company. We can't forget that either. So it's just a bad situation all the way around. But I'm glad that we are covering the story. And it's important that we cover it and get to the bottom of wherever whatever it is. Julie Chen thing always sort of. Rubbed me the wrong way. Former host that he marry. He married her. And she got every job on the network. She was big brother host and things like that. Right. Look, I mean they've been dating for a while. Then they got married, and she and she started she literally had three jobs at CBS. She really the best talent CBS has she we in the face of the network. I mean, if you're a woman at CBS, you'd feel like that's fair. Probably not. No, I I think I think for gale it's so tough at this moment because think about it. She just saw her trusted revered co host Charlie rose, leave depart the network under those types of charges, and now the head of the head of CBS, and what they're saying here is that just like an out of what NBC did they handle these things in house in these secret of investigations, and they don't really let everyone know like NBC did an in house sexual harassment investigation about Matt Lauer, and who knew what when and then determined well, the buses really didn't know and Matt Lauer has gone, so it's all fine. Everything's good. Now. I think what she's saying is this transparency in the results of that investigation. Should be known. We we we shouldn't hide these things if you. Feel there's integrity moving forward. That's a tough position to be an talking about your boss, your big boss and having no longer your boss. Yeah. And I will he ended up back in show. Business is a little unclear get his hundred and fifty million dollar payout, which is still on the table, potentially. If he if they find if he resigned, and so he's still going for that. And there's a lawsuit likely to be filed which is always interesting when you sort of get a golden parachute. And when you disappear under these circumstances. It's interesting one of the one of the things in there that fascinated me. And that story was that he had had a consensual relationship with this woman at a different company, and then and then she comes to have a meeting with him at his current company and hadn't been together in a long time. They just started trying to make out with her. Pick up where they left off to solve a sudden. Yeah. And she's like, no, no. That was then this is now and get all upset about it. And it was in. It's one of those moments where I mean, this is a guy. At least if you believe the New Yorker report, this is a guy like take his pants off every time. There was a woman in the office. A lower ask kind of a thing that was going on there. Yeah. If you really read the details, they are they they are worse than it was originally reported,

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Les Moonves Leaves CBS, Will Make $20 Million Donation To 'Me Too' Movement

Bill Cunningham

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Les Moonves Leaves CBS, Will Make $20 Million Donation To 'Me Too' Movement

"In a year or so since the metoo movement had really taken hold less moon. Bez had in some cases been out in front denouncing the accusations against other powerful men like Harvey Weinstein and CBS was quick to let go Charlie rose. When accusations were brought against him. Now, the CBS board says les Moonves is out. He is negotiating severance that requires him to pay twenty million dollars to organizations that support the

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"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Households up seven point three percent and that matched estimates a sell off in chinese sovereign debt has deepened the yield on 10year notes reaching four percent for the first time in three years and us regulators have nixed the chinese takeover of the us aluminum parts maker we have details here from bloomberg's remy inocencio clevelandbased a larest makes components for the automotive and aerospace industries the company was looking to merge with john lung usa the firm's backed by chinese tycoon named lou johnson but the two companies mutually agreed to end that deal after the us committee on foreign investment in the united states otherwise known as sylvia's did not approve it the transaction would have been china's biggest purchase of an overseas medals processor giving it access to new us and european markets back in april the trump administration launch an investigation into whether aluminum imports threaten national security currently the aluminum parts industry in the us is operating at near full capacity that jay index is up 45 points the nikkei up sixty global news 24 hours a day powered by our twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries from hong kong i'm brian curtis this is charlie rose on bloomberg speaking of your please he's trump david brooks who's here he's been in our bad columnist for the new york times since 2003 he's writing spans a world politics culture and the social sciences is there off the servile books including mogos in paradise the social animal and the road to character his latest column examines observations from juju selection nails and what they tell us about the bob hr of voting trends across the gdd tree i'm pleased to have david brooks back to the.

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"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The democrats have one key gubernatorial races of southnorth them in virginia info murphy in new jersey democrat national committee chairman tom perez says the party is on the rebound no not divided states of america and way said are call important message that democratic party is my friend time president trump has addressed south korean lawmakers calling north korea a bleak place some more successful south korea becomes the more decisively you discredit the dark fantasy at the height of the kim regime the president warned yang yang not to underestimate the us and do not try us on wall street the dow jones industrial average rose eight points the sp 500 fella fraction the nasdaq down nineteen i'm anne cates this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio is gets celebrity chef jeremiah tower with television personality anthony board dane i'm charlie rose begins by asking jeremiah about his relationship with american chef alice waters what's the relationship but that was waters today oh fun i went to the fortieth anniversary dinner and the two of us out in the middle of the dining table which which carefully stage but you know was founded what a great evening so she liddy tonelli the director asked her to come a couple of times to be on the in the film and they set up a time to film it and then she didn't change to my love the last minutes do you know why now i don't it's an emotional i believe is an emotional issue with the she feels very strongly both about jeremiah and i look i'm not gonna speak for her but i know that it was an emotional conversation a federal curran a film which water very badly to happen uh it is not an anti allah's waters from absolutely and and and that we want to suggests it was stripe but she got lots of the credit yet at you'd say he partial desert true you but the idea of going to come back to new york right he surprised people it was incredibly inconvenient we finished affiliate that's what i thought you finish the film we opened the new york times and there's jeremiah doing these outrageous a high profile thing that changes the entire the entire trajectory of the.

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"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was the lowest in more than a decade wagers however were weak spot average hourly earnings unchanged in october then he couch you'd ice bloomberg radio reaction from jim glassman senior economist at jp morgan securities payrolls are all being botched up by the hurricane disruption so maybe just took this is a snapshot of in early september in it might take a couple months to get the payrolls back on board but honestly the number i trust the most is just look at the layoffs look at the applications for unemployment benefits estimates will number this gets a mayor there's some there's some estimates here small companies the claims data tell you things did come back down to normal has for the federal reserve under jerome powell bill grosses spa met her druid janice capital management and he's got this advice for federal reserve policymakers i think central banks and the fed itself has to be careful in terms of using historical standards to judge monetary policy i don't think they can raise interest rates too much further before the potential to slow economic growth so stocks climbed to record with the sp 500 index up eight up three tenths of one percent the dow up twenty two up one tenth of one percent nasdaq up seventenths of 1 percent the cboe volatility index had its lowest close on record global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm charlie pellett this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio his guest v associate justice of the supreme court the united states roof or ginsburg and once again here's charlie rose let's look back at the career in not only in terms of the justices who you have known but when you look back what's the most important majority opinion you've written for you spike ask amy lick his child me like this fall when children in key step kanchana real have you ever feel strongly that some have been enormously significant i would say majority opinions.

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"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the battle over global aircraft sales with boeing air press will be taking a fifty point zero one percent stake in this partnership well we know stanford university economist john taylor is a candidate for chairman of the fed and now we told taylor made a favourable impression on president trump during an hourlong interview last week at the white house and former fed board governor kevin wars it is said has seen his star fade within the white house president trump by the way will meet with another candidate that would be current fed chairman janet yellen that will happen on thursday we check markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg a slightly stronger yen now against the dollar at one twelve point zero seven the nikkei 225 as a result coming off session highs now down one tenth of one percent hang sang lower by onetenth of 1 percent shanghai composite weaker by three tenths of one percent the cosby is up onetenth of 1 percent and be a sx 200 now higher by six tenths of one percent global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journal most an analyst and 120 countries this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg radi studio the tunnel husky coats his here is new book is a call we were eight years in power and american tragedy it is a collection of essays written during the obama era that examined the issues of race in the first black presidency the books epilogue the perth white president was featured in this month tissue of the atlantic coates work has won him numerous awards including the two thousand fifteen national book award and the prestigious make off the genius grand the new york times calls him the preeminent black public intellectual of his generation i am pleased to have an osce codes back at this table this is explained me the concede of the book coming what a basic idea originally was to take the sat slash article written during the obama years and put them together into one single volume with an intro an app allowing andrew basically saying here's what.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You ends in business english is their second language we understand because we speak business first that is less the case in europe and north its whole in japan bloomberg daybreak europe do you imagine there's any ma on the cards to increase your market share with over 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries business across borders police listed cybercrime as the top threat weekdays at 100 am eastern on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio is gas the democratic party's nominee for president in the 2016 election hillary clinton and once again here's charlie rose so what's paval reading with these said about you reading how they may have rejected you when you thought they would obviously be for you well understanding with people believed about well all of the above but what was painful was sitting down and trying to sort through it and to be as honest as i could which there's no point in and trying to avoid what the facts were but also to be clear that i was looking for evidence there was a lot of anecdotal opinionated in going on and i didn't find that particularly useful and there was a lot of debate about what caused it and what happened in what we could have done differently i wanted to try to sort it out get to the bottom of it and then see how i felt about it this is the reason people are calling it raw going to the bone one of that was selfcritical i was you were going to contain the fury but let the analysis yes in fullflight i think that i think that's a fair way of saying it and and i do try hi to say look here's what what i did wrong i'm not going to be a candidate again so if you can learn from my mistakes please do so because i want us to win elections here are some sort of institutional issues obstacles that exists weather at suppressing voters or sexism and here is one huge problem that is a combination of a reality tv campaign the role that the russians played things and it never happened before so we weren't prepared and now we have to be prepared in fact.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is charlie rose bloomberg radio studio sure hillary clinton is here she was as you know the democratic party's nominee for president in the 2016 election she previously served as first lady senator from new york and secretary of state secretary clinton received more votes in last year's election than any of the us presidential candidate in history except for president obama yet despite winning the popular vote you lost the election the political newcomer donald trump secretary clinton reflects on the two thousand sixteen campaign in her new book it is call what happened appropriate titled pleased to have her back at that they will welcome thank you charlie it's going to be here first of all it's a best seller runaway there so i think the fastest rising nonfiction book and by dear um this is what one reviewers said what happened is not one book but many it is a candid and blackley funny account of her mood in the direct aftermath of losing to donald trump it is a post mortem in which he is both coroner and courts it is a feminist manifesto is they scoresettling jubilee it is a ran against james comb me bernie sanders immediate media mieko me but i'm a putin and james biko it's a firmer on russian spy thumping of trump i sometimes wonder if you add together his time spent on golf twitter and cable news you right what's left so congratulations thank you let me begin with this and take you back i know you've been reviewed this a lot especially on the book two nine am nine pm election night he thought you can i did the first returns that came in we're not what we thought from florida north carolina but we knew that those would be challenging states we still felt good about everything we knew about the states to come to get to the electoral college majority and it went downhill from there.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"700 eastern wall street listens the world listens bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio is guest the 13th secretarygeneral of nato jens stoltenberg and once again here's charlie rose which the relationship nam between the america and nato his it has gotten through those criticisms from the president yes goals the preston two percent trump house clearly stated two allies to me indifferent paintings in the white house in brussels he is committed to to nato the united states is committed to nato and not only words but also in deeds the us is now increasing their military presence in europe for the first time since donald the second world war nato welcomes a we welcome out there was a new armored brigades from the us you as his leading we'll do battalion so the bathroom so to point to the eastern part of the an alliance o of the many years will decrease over us military presence in europe often in the cold war and now we see an increase of think it was the right decision to decrease when tensions when the home but there's also the right decision to increase when tensions are now going up again at the same time what we see is that the european out a source that can up and fair burdensharing is absolutely something which is was has been a response to the present criticism bet invite paying their fair share more european ours are paying more and we see that across europe and canada investments in the fence is out an increasing the good news is that more nations are reaching the two percent target but even those issues renault yet so milk your stood at two percent target two percent of gdp on defense they'll started to increase the funds spending so many men many years of a significant decline in defense spending after 2015 we have seen the not significant increase to speak to the challenge from first north korea and then iran how you see it how nato sees it when it comes to the wrong it's absolutely unacceptable what they do and therefore we need maximum pressure on north korea to reach a political solution to the crisis so therefore what did you think of with the president said today and that increased sanctions including a chinese bank i i wall com the use of sanctions because i really believe that we need to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The news north korean leader kim jongun calls president trump at the mentally deranged still tired and threatened to tame and with fire due to remarks trump laid to the united nations about destroying the rogue regime the main airport reopens in puerto rico tomorrow that the effects of hurricane maria will last for months says the island has no electricity meteorologist allison chinchar says to that flooding could linger for weeks after puerto rico was pounded with three feet of rain all of the island is under either a flood warning or a flash flood warning this is not only a problem in the short term but you also have to look at the longterm angle of this as well as rivers are going to take days to crest and then weeks to come back down to normal former patriots player aaron hernandez who took his life in prison had a severe case of brain disease ct according to his lawyer the attorney filed suit against the team and the nfl on behalf of the athletes young daughter i'm barbara kusak this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio is guests filmmakers kim burns and lin novik the conversation continues on their ten part eighteen are documentary on the vietnam war and charlie begins the segment by discussing the music behind the film the soundtrack of this film is also the soundtrack of america in the '60s it is indeed we're very fortunate to get trent resume earn atticus ross of nine inch nails to produce of nearly three hours of original spectacular music and yoyo ma on the silk route ensemble added a new compositions and vietnamese his tunes in their own familiar way but we were able to enjoy through the efforts of our producers here about stein a hundred and twenty songs from the period the very best perhaps the most fertile stones and orange sales and the beatles and bob dylan and we couldn't of afforded twelve had they not realise what we are doing and willing to take in many cases artists like the.

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"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is charlie rose tall bloomberg radi his guest the executive chairman of breitbart news steve bannon and once again here's charlie rose you keep saying would drive the mainstream media crazy when you talk about clapper when you talk about the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee raising questions about the president that's not the mainstream media the media simply voting gusty started doing this established have you ever had a conversation about the fitness of the president to run to be president have you ever had a conversation beautiful are you kidding me he is so not just fit to be present against hillary clinton are getting i'm just asking you to question fitness absolutely not even an issue with some of the other way how could you possibly sit there by been you sit there and see what he's done on issues like afghanistan on issues around the world were tom and again it's not a snap decision this is once again with the narrative is dead wrong use all by the way the head all the stuff of the wall street journal the sign advertisements from all the geniuses in the bush administration the goddess here the geniuses the bush administration that led china in the wto ingenious in the bush administration tolls hey they're going to be a liberal democracy let me free market capitalism okay the same geniuses of medicine to iraq the same geniuses the taught the lesson of iraq than when she get atomic weapon lets you get a nuclear unless you go nuclear you're going to end up in a whole being dragged out by army special forces and hong that's a lessening of iraq that's the geniuses the bush administration i hold these people in contempt total and complete contempt in the think that they can question donald trump and you're seeing what he's done is pool is he's done as commander in chief i hold them in total and complete contempt because here's a man that's gone through an s every tough question of one r mer our because you know why is the kids that are being killed over there and he knows they come from the working class and he's relentless of that looking for their for their for further for the ultimate good isn't that vital national security the united states in for that group of people that have gotten this country into the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is charlie rose bloomberg great his guest the executive chairman of breitbart news steve bannon and once again here's charlie rose on a trade war with china i want china to stop appropriating our technology china is through forced technology transfer and through stealing our technology but really forced technology transfer is cutting out the beating heart of american innovation that guys in silicon valley know this no longer inside the white house there's a new chief of staff what happened to you were you pushed out no i've known general kelly for twelve years i made a film made a film about twelve years ago that mattis no general kelly think very highly of is a great man when the president asked me my opinion about the chief of staff situation i told her i said we have three choices but number one above all is general kelly if we can take the hit of of of losing the dha said he's exactly the main you need now by the way rights pre was never had the mandate general kelly head general kelly's mandate is very different than once okay ryan's didn't have there were twelve direct reports the president president trump original structure this very much i think like the trump organization where there's a lot of direct reports of the chief of staff never had the mandate an honest dr will tell you a he did not have the gravitas probably torn force for this many atype personnel as general kelly i told the president general crawley has the gravitas general kelly has the respect of her by general kelly will set up a process i say to you you gotta go absolutely not which i went to general kelly on august seventh after meeting with.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Report stronger growth than their american fears we give mornings at five eastern on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio we continue nail at part two of my conversation with steve bannon the former white house chief strategist and current executive chairman of breitbart news portions of this conversation first aired on sixty minutes we talk about the transition and governing plus the trump agenda i begin with the definition of populism populism is anti elitism its anti crony capitalism that is basically the voice of the people in this country saying that we there is a corrupt permanent plo class in washington dc inextricably linked to the 'financiers on wall street and the the tech the high tech community the silicon valley in hollywood they're rule us and that was the spite what we want to happen they've committed a basely i can say economic hate crime in standing aside and seeing the industrial base the main faction base of this country the exported overseas to see a rising middle class in asia at the at the expense of the working class people in this country and so popular zirs basically it's it's it's anti it's antilien tightly i mean what this movement has rarely and what donald trump was able to galvanize is kind of what it called jack sonia populism which is always very very concerned about an elite in washington dc with kinda hamill tony and economic nationalism to two great forces of the 19th century politics have really been combined and gotta this modern movement very very entirely the reason is the looser incompetent if they were so smart we we be in a better situation complete until incompetent brings it in 2016 strict with what right and that's where i started breitbart london two thousand thirteen era to the two thousand thirteen to those reporting because i saw this guy niger farraj in this party ukip that was a populist party an anti establishment party and i said that's a canarian of mineshaft we have to get the group there that sets up an covers at every day like breitbart coast politic here because by following yukio we're going to understand the evolution but what about the pen in france loss we'll a stop at the for so there's no doubt i from from you live around the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is said to have built a stake of as much as five percent in the oil and gas explore energy inc we are told elliott now now owns as much as five percent in will put pressure on the company to sell itself home prices in china rose in fewer cities given a government engineer to cooling of the property market home prices were up in fifty six cities in july that's a yearoveryear reading now the month before prices were up in sixty cities financial markets still remain under pressure on several fronts not the least of which is a bit of growing concern over president trump's competency also the shock of the terror attack in barcelona we had a spike in volatility during the new york session the vicks jumping more than thirty percent and closing above fifteen longterm interest rates declined the yield on the us 10year treasury was as low as two point one three percent in new york trading right now in the tokyo session the 10year is trading at two point two zero percent we check the markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg nikkei 225 down one percent hang sang weaker by one percent as well in said needy the sx 200 is down by nine tenths of one percent in shanghai the composite index off three tenths of one percent and in seoul the kospi is down about four tenths of one percent wti crude oil recovering just a bit in the electronic session at forty seven o3 the barrel global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist and analysts in more than 120 countries this is this is charlie rose on bloomberg please charlie the continuing the events in shells from virginia at also the aftermath and the president's response last week's violence continued to reverberate throughout the entire country president trump defended his initial statement metering that there is quote blame on both sides some have suggested the president's response to the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the market shares and ten right now trading up by more than five percent in hong kong the company posting its fastest revenue growth in seven years prophet was a record jumping thirty five percent and above estimates and now we have goldman sachs credit suisse and some others raising their price target on the chinese internet company apple is said to be planning to spend about a billion dollars on original programming over the next twelve months we're told a new la based team was hired back in june being led by two former sony tv executives fed policymakers did express concern last month about inflation but there were two opposing reasons here minutes from the meeting show one group saying inflation was falling too low and they were arguing for caution and raising interest rates however on the other side some said delaying further rate hikes could push inflation higher and even into dangerous territory eventually bay did arrive at a unanimous decision to key policy unchanged they also signalled an unwind of the fed's balance sheet relatively soon we are also waiting earnings from alibaba of the company's export expected to report results after the close of the asian session we check markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg right now in tokyo a stronger yen bedevilling the equity market in japan yana is ahead bob by four tenths of one percent against the dollar to the level one o9 73 the nikkei is down about two tenths of one percent in hong kong the hang sang weaker by onetenth of 1 percent the shanghai composite on the other hand is higher by four tenths of one percent kospi up onehalf of 1 percent and in sydney the sx 200 is ahead two tenths of one percent us 10year treasury with a yield of two point two two percent global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg in your speech president trump faces increased criticism for his failure to condemn neo nazi and white supremacist groups in the wake of violence in charlottesville virginia bennett suggested stayed bannon the president's chief strategist is at least partly responsible for the presence reponse to shozo as a former editor of breitbart news bannam has law attracted attention for his ideological ties to members of the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That general atlantic shares in win resort up more than six percent during the new york session this laughter deutsche bank forecast strengthen wins business in macau analyst carlos santarelli saying that wins china palaces on track to reach full capacity in the second half of the year he is forecasting a recovery in walkin business andy says growing vip membership suggest some upside as well construction and renovation at the macau win palace has been nearing an end it had been blamed for a five percent drop in walk in business during the second quarter we check the markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg the kospi after a holiday yesterday is higher by onehalf of 1 percent the nikkei better by onetenth of 1 percent hang sang higher by onehalf of 1 percent a sx 200 in sydney down twotenths of one percent and the shanghai composite all four tenths of one percent global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts list this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg great fissures here he of the democratic mayor of louisville kentucky fisher has drive to transform the city into in his own words in urban laboratory for innovators is mantras create jobs improve education and make louisville a more compassionate city on his wives louisville has added sixty three thousand jobs 2600 businesses and 23 hotels is believed that data and technology can improve people's lives has brought to his city projects like google fiber and cnet smart apartment for his efforts politico has called fisher the most innovative mayor in america i'm pleased at having at this table welcome at charles de be could be with so how have you done it in terms of then we wanna talk about show thor but amid all that i just suggested there me did this come from your background as an entrepreneur why you it was you combine the head with the heart great things happen and that's what great businesses to as well so they appeal to the best in people they train people they said a big vision and then you guys are city through wonderful values our values or lifelong learning health and compassion so you put all that together they make sure you get us strong economic development strategy that focused on the unique strengths that you have in your city and you reach out to everybody in.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The outgoing white house chief of staff reince priebus says he formally resigned from his job after it became clear the president wanted to go in a different direction more from correspondent sara murray there were some who are close to the president who really felt like he was no longer an effective chief of staff not only executing the president's wishes but also keeping things running smoothly in the west wing at ensuring the president's priorities were moving forward on capitol hill come monday homeland security secretary john kelly takes over the chief of staff position secretary of state rex tillerson says washington will never accept a nucleararmed north korea he called on china and russia to do more to curb the growing threat of regional and global stability posed by pyongyang's missiles north korea launched its second icbm this month the suffolk county police department of new york condemned the practice after president trump seemed to say he advocated rougher treatment of ix trump made the remark while in long island i'm barbara kusak this is charlie rose on bloomberg radio cut cut overseas here the center song right has been called yet this the new bob dylan he is best known as the front man for the indigo bright eyes his latest album acts as a companion ps to last year roman asians which pitchfork magazine called a record like no other in conner burst catalogue stunning for how utterly alone he sounds it is call salutations npr described it as a collection of brave dark songs containing some of his best lyrics and imagery i'm pleased to have conner outburst at this table for the first time welcome thank.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries from san francisco eyebrow curtis this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg great we begin with care president trump's ambition to repeal and replace the affordable care act was dealt a significant blow in a surprising turn of events to republican senators mike lee of utah enduring moran of kansas came out against the bill their defections live gop leaders at least two votes short of those that would be needed to begin debating the bill senate majority leader mitch mcconnell conceded that his party's effort would need to take a new direction we'll have to see what happens we will of yemen shredded the republicans by themselves or or not prepared at this particular point to do a replacement and that does remain of problems all go away and you'll have to look at our committee chairman and their ranking members a mob suspicion is ob hearing about the crisis and we'll have to see what the way forward is germany from washington is jerry side is cheap commentator at the wall street journal in washington also david leonhard he's a columnist at the new york times i'm pleased to have them both here david leonardo let me begin with you so where are we alone what is likely to happen next well this is a huge defeat.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"charlie rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nation has a growing impact on the economy yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia hong kong let's a check of currencies now the dalian is now one ten seven little changed today the euro trading at a dollar twelve oh nine the australian dollar seventy five point three us cents the yield on 10year treasury is now two point two one percent global news 24 hours a day powered by our twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in 120 countries from hong kong i'm brian curtis this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg and once again here's charlie rose we continued robert costa of the washington post bob it was an extraordinary day for me to to look at it and having been a longtime political joke in and watched over the decade aides this kind of drama unfolding in washington but there you have a former director the fbi accusing a president of lying and suggesting that in order to protect himself from lives he had to make copious notes in the moran dems in order to make sure that in vat of what he saw and heard was recorded and also suggesting that he leaked information out have someone else leak it for him so that it might in among other reasons for that the appointment of a special council this is really highdrama had juicy won't surely it was an extraordinary.

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