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"china putin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"china putin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A m. 9 70 the answer. We are here at and what a while while weak. This is For yours Truly. Thank you for being with us first and foremost love having you with us. We got a great show Gordon Chang, checking in Gordon Chang speaking The truth. The man who gave us the truth from day one. Everybody now is talking about what? What Gordon Chang talked about originally. Where? On this program. Right here on this program. We break the news. We don't get credit. You got to notice. No one says Oh, you're where you can see Jon Stewart on Colbert. Talking about the Wuhan by. Excuse me. Excuse we talked. We said those exact words on this show. Uh, about a year ago, you know l well, your your conspiracy guy. You're a right wing nut. Right wing. Not all your your You know your your on fox and box, you know, And so now the Gordon Gordon is back. He will keep us, uh, alert alert. We should stay on alert against China. Putin is landing. Vladimir Putin, president of Russia is landing at about an hour and a half and we'll cover everything for you at 7 30. He's going to Geneva in Switzerland. With president with President Biden and, uh to me, If I may and help me out here with the phone call, it's all a distraction. It's a distraction because they have let China just run absolute rampant, rampant. And now and now we got Putin coming in, and we're out Russia, this Russia that they zero up these folks who are you know, from the Obama administration running the White House, you know? And they like obsessed with Russia and China. Meaningless steamrolling right over us, man. They really are and and look at this. This is from a Twitter and I like to stay positive and have some fun this morning, But this this gentleman was right on the money. China already owns the USA, he says on Twitter been happening for 20 years. Only just recently. Are they installing socialist policies via other Democrats subjects in Washington? I gotta say it. That's their game plan, and you know what else? It's not me talking. You know, It's a gentleman on Twitter talking, and I think he's it's true because you know why, Because that's what China says. The try to do is just to take down that take down But you kind of just come over, infiltrate and take over America and you have to respect that. And you have to fear that And the fact that it's all about Russia, Russia, Russia Then the question is and the red flag is Excuse me for being this. You know, I'm just questioning this more this morning because I wonder it's like, why are they? What's this whole thing with Russia? It's because we was there one word against China. There would not be an investigation to wear this virus started. If we didn't push it. We started it on this program on this program. We started because we had the guts to say it. And I appreciate our bosses at Salem allowing me to say, you know, with Mr Chang and Peter Navarro jumped onto said the same thing. You know they they, Peter and Gordon. They know they knew from day one. Now the president wouldn't even look at it. He wouldn't even be mentioning it I meant with And I mean for And you know, his handlers are going crazy would when Biden goes. Oh, I talked with G the the president of China. I talked with G, uh, for two hours, and then you and I went, I know nothing about the virus where it came from What's happening next? Okay, We better pivot this We've ever pivot this. Let's make Putin the bad guy and and on all on the hacking coming from allegedly coming from Russia. Why do you think that's coming from Russia now? Why do you think all of that's happening now? More than ever. It's because there's nobody in charge. There's nobody in charge the steam rolling right over us and the money. The stimulus money allegedly That is supposed to go to you and I went overseas. They send stimulus money overseas. And this is what makes me crazy. If I had the opportunity we had to wear with all to do it here at the radio station, I would say Okay. All right, George, you're going. I don't know who George is. But I'd say George sounds like a good news named George. You in the newsroom. George, you go check out where the money is going. Where is that money going overseas? We are. You know what? But CBS does have the wherewithal to do it. NBC does. And so does ABC. Why don't they send somebody or where is the money going? It's going to hackers. I think And in somewhere where they're going to cut into shit, they're going to cut off our power. They're going to cut off. I still drive by grids on the road. You know those things that look like a sci fi fiction sci fi movie from the 19 fifties, a science fiction film. You know those peak. We go by the power grid, and it's got like a This is my favorites Got a fence? That's about six FT. High. With barbed wire on it like any I could get over that fence. I mean, honestly, that's a power grid for your whole community. Your own neighborhood. Is there ever anybody ever guarding that? Have you ever seen anybody looking at that? Nothing. There's nothing I'm telling you, we we There's nobody George. There's no one in charge and the Russia thing. It's a whole distraction today, and Putin's gonna eat Biden for lunch for breakfast is going to bite. Did you see the interview where he said were by where Putin said Look, you're you're you're talking about January six of the capital is an insurrection. What? What, aren't they Aren't they just protesters? Are they just not protesters like everybody else You accused me, Putin said, speaking of himself of killing people. What about Ashley? Back at the gather, died in January six. And was she She was killed. No one found out about that. Why was that? She was just a protester. Whether you agree with that or not, Putin's on this guy is on it. He's on it. He's alert. He's on it. He's vicious. He's smart. And he's calculating. You got Putin and and they think they're gonna play this guy. That's why you won't see a press conference with Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. Putin would smoke this guy. Biden. I'm tired of it, guys. What are we going to? I don't even know what to do. I don't even want to do except that we got to. This is the good news. When you see guys like Jon Stewart, and you see, gentlemen like Bill more making really good sense and just calling out Their their problem. Like like Bill Maher did a bit about progressive is, um you know, it's where you know you're just so obsessed with political correctness. You don't You know you don't even see the light of day and it's so true. And when these folks I told you, they've gone so far left in this country. Under this administration of this manufactured presidency. Whatever it is, they've got so far left. They got to come back. They have no choice. But they come back, You know, and they know they're going to lose the house by the grace of God. They lose the house and then you take back the White House. And we could do it. We will do it. I really feel you can't you can't be this..

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"china putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"china putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Off. So I think doesn't mean most people have the death. Not everybody, of course, because a lot of people have essential jobs. You know, police, firefighters, grocery store employees or as Democrats call US workers workers because Where Soviet ties ng the English language. We are naturally at 888630962588863. Oh, 9625 were just talking about a few minutes ago. About the ridiculous people at the Washington Post in their fake fact checker Glenn Kessler, who wrote a ridiculous piece attach attacking Republican congresswoman from Georgia, Marjorie Taylor Greene. Who said, you know Nazis where the National Socialist Party just like the Democrats are now a national Socialist party. Well, they're a national party, I think in the Washington Post takes takes issue because they don't want that the Democrats being compared with Nazis just because You know the Nazi party was called the National Socialist German worker's party doesn't mean that they were a socialist Workers party. That's what the Washington Post wants to tell you. These are not the droids you're looking for. All right? This is me. This is classic gaslighting. They do it right in front of, you know. Just because they called themselves. The national Socialist German worker's party doesn't mean they were a Socialist Workers party. They didn't seize all property. Glenn, that's communism. That's communism. Glenn try to try to catch up Shin. It's the 20th century. It's long since over. You should know a thing or two about it. You're old you you should know you should know. Remarkable stuff. Well, you know, they didn't fundamentally challenge ownership of private property. Yeah, well, it Z communism that zit everything but very upset that she would compare the Nazis who call themselves Socialists and their Socialist Workers party with Democrats today who call themselves Socialists and You know, and, um, then he points out that the Nazis were anti Semites. I think what didn't we just go through this thing with your friends and your constituents attacking Jewish people at restaurants in New York and Los Angeles and Attacking synagogues and Florida because the Palestinians were attacking the Jews and Israel. So your constituents here joined in and attacked Jews here that just happened a week ago did and you're all anti Israel and this paper is anti Israel. This paper's effect. A front page story in today's paper is anti Israel. Close set to oust Israeli premier the premier. They want to get the red of the premier now. And it's amazing is the prime minister, but that's okay. Um Motley block unites against Netanyahu. It's a motley block. It's like Motley crew against that. You know, they're very an anti Netanyahu party, but they don't have any stories on Memorial Day in today's Washington Post, except for the editorial one editorial It says the nation must honor the deaths of African Americans in combat and beyond on, of course, their editorial, patriotism and the promise of black liberation. I just I don't know. I don't know what they think their constituency. Is that this newspaper, But I don't think it's who they think it is. They also have been editorial today by Robert J. Walker with the headline. I'd Be a Republican if it weren't for the Republicans. Really? So you'd be a Democrat, even though the Democrats are burning our city's sacking, looting, dividing along lines of race, engaging in class warfare, corrupting our educational system. Undermining our ability to control our borders, sucking up to Iran, China, Putin and Cuba, Nelson and Venezuela. No problem with that, and the cartels, best news that for the cartels and ever had there They got all these anti his supporters of tougher line on Israel divided over tactics and messaging after seat ceasefire path forward for Democrats, Comma activists is less clear. It's another anti Israel movement there and there. They did this all with a straight face. It's kind of amazing. They don't read their own paper. They don't follow the news very much, you know. Also nationwide rise in violent crimes leaves officials tense They're talking about Democrats here their tent because of all the murders skyrocketing, spiking across the country because of the lawlessness, the Democrats, the war on police, the Democrats, the de funding of police, the Democrats on Of course, people shooting one another overwhelmingly the Democrats to include but not limited to. Two people were killed and more than 20 were shot and injured after gunman with assault rifles and handguns began shooting indiscriminately into a crowd at a concert in the mud and the Miami area early Sunday was late Saturday. After midnight on Saturday night early Sunday morning. They're shooting unfolded after 12:30 A.m. at El Moolah Banquet hall near Hi, Leah, said Alfredo Freddy Ramirez, director of Miami Dade Public. The police department there. Three people approached the venue, which was being rented out for a concert. It was a rap concert. They want to write that out. You know, white Nissan Pathfinder was a rapper's birthday slash the release of his new record allegedly, and so the three people showed up in a Nissan Pathfinder and began shooting in what was described as a targeted and cowardly act of violence. The gunman then fled the scene. Police They're still looking for the three gunman, possibly a driver as well. But there were they said that there were two people were declared dead at the scene. Another was in critical condition. Last time I looked more than 20 more than 20 victims with injuries shot Were taken to area hospitals, police said. Three people were in critical condition on most of them were taken by their friends to the hospitals. They have been shot, but they knew if their weight around for 25 ambulances that could take a while. No arrests have been made. And nobody's identified the gunman, the three gunmen, But there it is, and you can read the story and read this story and never figure out what's going on here. Then they got a grieving father and they got all this stuff. But it was a rap concert with a couple of local rap personalities in Miami. And a birthday party for a rapper and the release of the rapper's new new record and on I got to tell you read story after story on this and including this one in The Washington Post, and you'd think it was a kid's birthday party where something random just happened. And And that's not the case. It was a targeted attack. The rapper was shot in the head in the ankle. He was shot in the ankle on and you can read story after story and not be given the information that you need to understand what's going on with all that Now. I mentioned that the And then there's you know, Chicago, Of course, over the weekend, and it wasn't you know, it wasn't How bad was it?.

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"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:56 min | 9 months ago

"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like 400 nuclear war. It's the Russians have 7000. We have 7000 the English and the French have his money. Warheads is the Chinese off Chinese probably have more. Cooperation. What have you look? It's very dangerous. Uh, he issue we face is we going toe? Basically because of Chinese Communist Party, the repression. Uh, the, uh, corralling containment of the wickers. Aled that it's going on the Hong Kong uh, South China Sea Taiwan. We basically just go to the brink and possibly blow up humanity or we're going to find some way to talk more and see if we can't find a way to accommodate are very, very different systems between our Unusual form of democracy and their unusual form off communist control. We've got to find a way to live on this planet together Now, if we have differences, they can result In wide scale, maybe ultimate destruction. The German people because they were divided between Lutherans and Catholics over very minor doctrinal points of seeing today wiped out 25% of the people if we have the same ideological conflict today with China or with Russia. We could wipe out not 25%, but 25% of humanity or maybe 100%. So this is such a big issue that's on the nuclear on the climate. It's very serious, but we have more time to talk about it. There's no doubt China is generating 27% of the heat trapping gasses. America's Generating 13%. Unless American China together Act to reduce and ultimately to get the zero carbon emissions. The world is going to be highly disrupted over the next 10 to 2030 years, So we've got to work together and I know we got human rights we got from the Taiwan We got a lot of problems. Like we had a lot of problems with Stalin, but it didn't stop us from collaborating to defeat Hitler and the threat of nuclear annihilation is even greater than the German threat and the threat of climate change. Is longer lived longer in duration, but it's the kind of change in our atmosphere that will degrade human existence will stimulate tropical diseases. Migration Massive four and continuing forest fires, drought, extreme weather, So we got to get to the big things. And I know it's very hard and a lot of people feel that we can just build weapons threatened the Chinese column, thugs and what we want to call him. But you're risking annihilation, Your wish, King the impairment of human civilization to climate degradation, so we need wisdom. We need to call upon the wisest diplomats we have without compromising our principles. We have to recognize that extinction or widespread devastation is on the table. And avoiding it is very I mean, the most important thing of all and immoral war. One night of the four war will 1 1914. It would have been good. If those bright people could've avoided that devastating war, it led off in many ways to where we are today, So we led the second World War. So this is the real dilemma. Most people are caught in kind of the traditional thinking that we have our system and it's the best one. They have a terrible system. They're doing very bad things. So we need to threaten them. When you, uh, put missiles around their country. We have to ring China like we ring Russia with all sorts of threatening missiles, and then everything will be fine. The danger is something might go wrong. There could be a mistake. They can react. We can react. We need to calm down and have deep extensive discussions on every aspect of our relationship. And I don't think we're doing that yet. I appreciate your passion and since on this, and we've got a lot of people want to talk with you, and I want to get to our colleagues. One quick thought, though, if you would Like to have you give us your sentiments about what's going on in Russia particular the opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. Now the villain. Excuse me being given a 2.5 year sentence and Things were pretty much in a people there. I mean, you got thousands out in the streets, and there's certainly a new attempt really to overthrow Putin, which will probably be unsuccessful. But from within Russia. Now, there is great resistance going on. Yes, there is and how much I don't know. Russia is a big country. I can't tell If the Russians looked at our attack on the capital. We could conclude that America's in great turmoil if they listened to the systematic racism. Uh, another very serious concerns. They could play that Devil voice. There's no doubt China. Putin is killing people, Uh, they're repressing or there's a lot more freedom there is in China. How we deal with that. I think we have to deal with it just like we did with Soviet Union. We learned it toe work our way through decades during the Cold War without blowing the place up. We have to do that again. I think focusing on the evils of Russia. Yes, that's important. But we have to be, uh, realistic about what is our power. And what is our contribution can do. We really want Russia to adopt our particular form of democracy or what? And I do think we ought to be standing up for human rights. We have to be very clear on that. But also you know, we've put NATO surrounding Russia. In countries that used to belong. But just before the Russia George Kennan, probably the wisest Lana Russia said it was the greatest foreign policy mistake ever. Uh 50 scholars Including Paul, Listen, Daniel Pipes and Robert McNamara. All said, taking NATO beyond Germany. Up to the Russian border was a big mistake, and we did it anyway. So there's a lot of back and forth. It protects. That makes our relationship unstable. All these things that we point out going on Russia locking a navalny up terrible, but we have to take a deep breath. And look what is the greatest danger Elect. Take step by step on a way to avoid the ultimate horror and work through the best way we can. And over time we believe our system will will prevail. Or if not our particular system. Is this kind of screwed up right now..

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"china putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"china putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And it slams the door on the embarrassing, irresponsible rhetoric that some Washington Democrats Four years broadcast. Speak up. Come on. Speed it along here. We've got a lot of stuff to get to talk faster. Mitch McConnell yesterday on the last one is like, you know, bipartisanship. Remember bipartisanship, too many voices trying to talk down our progress. Urged Americans actually not have confidence and smeared anyone is unpatriotic who opposed Farlow proposals to rewrite election walls. Well, Mr President, The people who pushed this hysteria could not have more egg on their face when they're facing due right now, none of their demands became law. The speaker of the House did not get the personally write election law and yet because of the sensible bipartisan steps that some of us champion our defenses on countermeasures Proved to be radically in radically better shape back in 2016 against foreign interference on DH. That is the failure of the Obama Biden administration, and you'll notice that the success of the Trump administration in preventing for parents Detected and announced that the Russians were meddling again that China and Iran were meddling and behalf of Joe Biden, who are going to go look the happy winners in this air Cuba, Iran, China Putin on everybody else that wants to roll over the United States. Mitch McConnell According to preliminary results, voters across the nation elected and re elected Republican senators to a degree that actually stunned prognosticators prognosticators. Likewise, the American people seem to have reacted to House Democrats, radicalism and obstruction. It's shrinking the speaker's majority and electing more Republicans. She's shrinking. She's shrinking. She's melting. She's melting. Mitch McConnell. He's just ripping it up, man. Listen. In the United States of America. All legal ballots must be counted in a illegal ballots must not be counted should be transparent or observable. And the border here disagree. Work through concerns. The courts are here to work through. Our institutions are actually built for this. Yes, we have the system in place to consider concerns. President Trump is 100% within his rights to look into allegations of irregularities and weigh his legal options 100% within his rights to examine in two ways legal options. 100% correct on and he throws a little history in two About 20 years ago. 20 years ago, when Florida came down to a very thin margin, we saw Vice President Gore exhaust the legal system. And wait to concede until December. Media forgot about that, or recently, which, after the media had called President Bush's reelection and 24 Democrats baseless, Lee disputed Oh, how's electors and delay the process? You're in Congress in 2016 election law saw recounts or legal challenges in several states if any major irregular has occurred this time. Of a magnitude that would affect the outcome in every single American should want them to be brought to light. They don't Democrats feel confident they have not occurred, They should have no reason to fear any extra scrutiny. I think they don't have that confidence that there were no irregularities, and they're engaged with their allies in the corrupt media in and and an active cover up on DH shouting down there many ways to cover up one of the ways you shout down. Everyone that tells the truth have been saying for years. One of my favorite things of my own, and I have many favorite things of my own, actually is nothing gets you in trouble like the truth, And that is a that is a truism in the city of Washington and in media writ large and certainly in the news media. The truth gets you in trouble because the Democrats punish the truth. They want nothing to do with the truth. They have no relationship with the truth whatsoever..

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"china putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Aim at President Trump for saying he would be willing to accept foreign help during a presidential election. The president said if a foreign entity had information on an opponent, he would listen and then he found nothing wrong with the practice. CBS's Nancy Cortes tells us the criticisms spent extending across party lines on Capitol Hill are often reluctant to criticize this president. They don't do it unless they absolutely have. But clearly, they feel that this is one of those times because we've already heard from a couple of the president's staunchest allies here on Capitol Hill, like Lindsey Graham, the Senator of South Carolina, who said that the president is making a mistake of the law, when he says that he would be willing to accept foreign assistant, new subpoenas from the house intelligence committee related to its Russia investigation thous intelligence committee, has subpoenaed, former White House, national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and former Trump campaigned, Rick gates, chairman democrat Adam Schiff calls them critical witnesses for special counsel, Muller's investigation shifts is they've refused to fully cooperate with congress relations between Moscow and Washington appear to be deteriorating. Correspondent Mike Bauer tells us that word coming from the Russian president in an interview published today Russian President Vladimir Putin said they, the relations are deteriorating getting worse and worse on the MIR TV channel the Russian leader pointed out the differences between Moscow troubled relationship with Washington, and what he described. As blossoming ties with China Putin made his comments ahead of the g twenty summit in Japan this month, where Trump said he would meet with Putin. Yeah, the president told reporters yesterday he and Putin will meet, but the Kremlin says the meeting is hanging in the air. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says Iran is to blame for a tax on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman in the Middle East, secretary of state Pompeo says no other Iran. Proxy coulda pulled off the tanker ship attacks, which he says is Iran retaliating for making at country, an international outcast. No economic sanctions entitled the Islamic Republic to attack. Innocent civilians, disrupt global oil markets and engage in nuclear blackmail. Iran's foreign minister mocking claims his country was involved calling those claims suspicious Andy Field, ABC news, Washington. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo says, Iran has no intentions of making or using nuclear weapons. They met with Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei in a attempt to ease tensions between Taran of the US Canadian reportedly said his country has no. Attention of holding nuclear weapons, but will not negotiate with the US 637 ahead of business. A new survey of young people in metro west is giving a troubling snapshot of how vaping has taken off in schools that story from WBZ's Carl Stevens in framingham, the metro west hill foundation commissioned, this survey of forty one thousand middle and high school students in the region. What they found was that forty one percent of high school youth at smoked e cigarettes, Rebecca Gallo is the foundation senior program, officer hell serious is this problem? I think the fact that the trend has gone up so quickly is incredibly concerning. I don't think we see this really with anything with sort of something like this, that we know is harmful taking off quickly. She says young people don't see it as a possible health problem, but because he six have nicotine, she says that's a problem in a lot of people are looking for a solution from framingham. Carl Stevens WBZ. Boston's News Radio six thirty eight. We check business now with John Metaxas at Bloomberg market. Navigated. Cross-currents today to post modest gains and break a two day losing streak, the attacks onto oil tankers near the strait of Hormuz sent oil prices higher and gold prices up for a third day in a row. But stock seemed to shrug off the tensions the Dow gained one hundred one points. The SNP was up eleven and the NASDAQ gained forty four and sales of Saint Louis blues championship apparel and memorabilia, have set a National Hockey League record for the twelve hour period after winning a title, they were boosted by the fact it was the blues, I title ever and the interest generated by a seven game.

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"china putin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KOMO

"Time to ten sports at ten and forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk. Boy, howdy. Do the Mariners loose today? You're still sports. The Seattle Mariners have a suspect bullpen. The Minnesota Twins can rock the baseball hairs. Hairs dry. Feel bad. All of the second. CJ grown with the long haul Brown that call on twins television. Minnesota feasted on M's relievers for nine runs over the sixth and seventh innings and Minnesota wins the series finales ten to five Seattle now heads to Oakland for a weekend baseball series against the athletics. High end tickets are going for seventy thousand dollars, a piece at Oakland's oracle arena, tonight game six of the NBA finals it's the last game before the warriors moved to San Francisco next season. If Toronto Raptors win their, the NBA champs for the first time in their franchise history. Former USA basketball player Gironde Brooks transfers to the university of Washington. Six nine Garfield high school alum. We'll have to sit out next season. Now a three way tie atop the US open first round leader board at Pebble Beach. Rickie Fowler, Zander, Shaw, flee and Louis use Tyson all five under par sports updates at ten forty after the hour. Bill Swartz are the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time to allege. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is going to leave her post at the end of the month. I couldn't be prouder to have the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this president. He has accomplished so much and these two and a half years. And it's truly been something I will treasure forever. It's one of the greatest jobs, I could ever have. I've loved every minute even the hard minutes. I've loved it. I loved the president. I love the team that I've had the opportunity to work for the president surrounded by some of the most incredible and most talented people, you could ever imagine. And it's truly the most special experience, the only one, I can think of that might top it just a little bit is the fact that I'm a mom, I've three amazing kids, and I'm gonna spend a little more time with them. President Trump himself paying tribute to Sanders and the work in his administration. He's a warrior is what warriors. All right. Warriors. We're or is we have no choice. We have to be worse in this world, but she is a word. Thank you. So very much ABC's. Karen Travers Spencer, days covering the White House. Anders has served as the White House press secretary since July of twenty seventeen. She took over for Sean Spicer. She had worked as his deputy for the six months prior to that. She's all, but ended formal briefings that were daily part of the White House in previous administrations. She has not come to the White House briefing room since March, eleventh, since then made many live appearances on Cable News Network. She had a briefing for children here on take your kids to work day, but she's changed her role at the White House so press secretaries or the public face of the administration. She's a key adviser to the president, and if she's a public face, it's just on his favorite channel, Fox News, because she certainly not doing that in the formal capacity, like previous press secretary's, you heard her say there that she's leaving spend time with her family, certainly something we hear from a lot of people in Washington. She does have three young children. And I've talked with her. About this over the last couple of years. While we both done, this intense amount of travel with young kids, and she says, sometimes it was just getting to be really, really stressful. There's no early word at this point who might ultimately replace Sanders as the White House press secretary the Russian president saying that relations between Moscow and Washington are rapidly deteriorating because of sanctions in an interview published today Russian President Vladimir Putin said they the relations are deteriorating getting worse and worse on the MIR TV channel the Russian leader pointed out the differences between Moscow troubled relationship with Washington, and what he described as blossoming ties with China Putin made his comments ahead of the twenty summit in Japan, this month, where Trump said he would meet with Putin. That's Mike Bauer. Reporting encrypted messaging platform telegram says it experienced powerful cyber attack Wednesday because of the during the massive protests. In Hong Kong telegram says the attack was aimed at flooding the app with so much traffic.

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"china putin" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Misreading second meeting debate on the twelfth of June, and we appeal to members of this native console and various organizations and groups in society civil continue to participate in the discussion in a calm, rational and peaceful. And so we'll see where that goes, I hope that people have their voices heard because his about a million Muslims, who are just under lock and key. Because there were even involved in the wrong religion I wanna pivot to the meetings last week and I thought about you, Russia and China spent four days together they lavish praise on each other and president Xi of China says Putin's his best friend, what do you take from this? We've we've had this situation with Russia and its predecessor, the Soviet evil empire in China, where at first China in one thousand nine hundred considered the Soviet Union, their greatest threat that, that during the seventy say that allowed for an opening the nip famous Nixon opening to China, where we split China off from from the Soviet the now certainly finding a lot more in common with Russia. They both oppose the United States and our influence over the world. Because those protesters in Russia and China inspired by everything that's enshrined in our constitution, and the Bill of rights, and they're finding a lot of economic partnership, partly because we're sanctioning Russia and, and conducting this, the tariff war with China, and so, the two of them found some common ground zoo, where are you? Dan, does it worry you? Yes, it does worry me for sure. Because they're also sharing a lot in the counterintelligence here. Their intelligence services are working together against it, and they're working against all of our strategic interest in the Korean peninsula and worldwide it, it definitely a great concern. And what we're focused on and rightly so on terrorism and run, we've got Russia and China to be a whip and we need help from our allies and sometimes they're not always helpful as they should be witness. The Nord Stream two deal that Germany seems intent on pursuing with Russia, right? That is the natural gas will flow from Russia will make them dependent on them. Even though that we're more than capable of doing the same thing, and we're much more dependable and where this thing called the democracy. But lastly, we watched our ships be harassed by their by their warships in Russia in, in the open seas last week, we saw planes be interdicted by Russian planes. We had escort the mayor their airspace. Is this related to this new relationship with China? Putin saw an opportunity to make a political point president. She was visiting Saint Petersburg during the Saint Petersburg, economic forum, who did that at great risk to his own ship into ours as well. There's no question when you watch the video, it's the Russian destroyer proceeding at a high rate of speed conducting and aggressive term, which brought them within fifteen meters of the US Bill, which was conducting helicopter recovery. And but that's just the way Russia. That Russia can play in that region and Russia to is counting at state that also serves Putin to portray a as Russia's.

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"china putin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Second meeting debate on the twelfth of June. And we appealed to members of his native console and various Owen is Asians, and groups in society so will continue to participate in the discussion in a calm, rational and peaceful. So we'll see where that goes. I hope that people are con have their voices heard because his about a million Muslims, who are just under lock and key. Because there were even involved in the wrong religion I wanna pivot to the meetings last week and I thought about you, Russia and China spent four days together they lavished praise on each other and president Xi of China says why do you mean Putin's his best friend? What do you take from this? We've we've had that situation with, with Russia, and that its predecessor, the Soviet evil empire and China, where at first China in the nineteen eighties considered the Soviet Union, their greatest threat that, that in the seventy s say that allowed for an opening the famous Nixon opening to China, where we split China off from from the Soviets and trying to finding a lot more in common with Russia. They both oppose the United States and our influence over the world, because those protesters in Russia and China inspired by everything that's enshrined in our constitution, and the Bill of rights, and they're finding a lot of economic partnership, partly because we're saying Channing Russia and, and conducting this, the tariff war with China. And so the two of them have found some common ground is where are you? Dan, does it worry you? Oh, sorry. Yes, it does worry me for sure. Because they're also sharing a lot in the counterintelligence here. Their intelligence services are working together against it, and they're working against all of our strategic interests in the Korean peninsula and worldwide it, it definitely a great concern. And what we're focused on and rightly so on coloring terrorism and run, we've got Russia and China to be a whip and we need help from our allies, and sometimes they're not always helpful as they should be witness. The Nord Stream to deal that Germany seems intent on pursuing with Russia, right? That is the natural gas will flow from Russia will make them dependent on them. Even though that we're more than capable of doing the same thing, and we're much more dependable and where this thing called the democracy. But lastly, we watched our ships be harassed by their by their warships. In Russia, in, in the open seas last week, we saw two of planes be interdicted by Russian planes. We had to escort them out of their airspace. Is this related to this new relationship with China? Putin saw an opportunity to make a political point. Rob residency was visiting Saint Petersburg during the Saint Petersburg, economic forum, who did that at great risk to his own ship into ours as well. There's no question when you watch the video, it's the Russian destroyer proceeding at a high rate of speed conducting and aggressive term, which brought them within fifty meters of the US champ was Bill which was conducting helicopter recovery. And but that's just the way wash operates wanted to show for the premiere she that Russia can play in that region. And Russia to is counting at date that also serves Putin to portray it as Russia's main.

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"china putin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"And I also went into the seaside. I think it seaside chops. Wata empty places in there, too. And you gotta believe it's the Amazon as Asian. Of the country. The world that has helped calls a lot of stores out there. So there's different theories on a lot of times, you get an anomaly, one month's will be off. I like to average two or three months, I think that's more accurate. Just like we had a blowout report in April wanna say, two hundred sixty three thousand if you average to sixty three and so you get about one eighty revised it, though. Yeah. Anymore. That's true. Okay. And you know what else is this market on fire here this morning? And this happened just as we were getting ready to go on the air some China terrorists to be delayed. Those who believe in the power of the plunge protection team. The they obviously went to work after the lames job report and came up with the delay maybe of Chinese tariffs in that help, also the market, all of a sudden take off, no more Theresa May. She didn't go away in may. She went away in June. She is now stepped down as the leader of the ruling conservative party in the UK, the races already started to replace her. There's eleven contenders Boris Johnson. And I, I would say Nigel Faraj probably the two that are going to Duke it out over there. And no more made the thirty year mortgage three point eight two percent. Maybe I ought to refi. You know what I'm going to send a text to my wife during the break year say, Honey, let's look into refining, we her mortgage three point eight two percent is down seventeen basis points from three point nine nine the previous week. Guess where it was a year ago, four point five four just by luck. That's about when I locked in my rate, I needed ball. I don't think you were around. You could've told me rates, we're going lower. I'm gonna talk call him about a refi here. And then we continue to have a bear market in crude. But I don't think oil OPEC's going to increase production any time soon with the plunge that we've seen recently here known as the sour look on Putin's face lately. You know his popularity rise. Is and falls with oil prices, because eighty five percent of his economy is dependent upon oil and other than getting the panda bears from she a little love gift from Xi of China, Putin's gotta be hurting a little bit here is his, his oil prices, little progress with Mexico, Mexico is moving troops of both supposedly to the border, the Guatemalan border to halt immigrants looking to move north. And of course, we've moved our terrif- through to the southern border of the United States, demanding a little bit more cooperation from Mexico on this continued flow. Across course I lived in a border town grew up. Not I wasn't born. They're born in Glendale, California, but grew up in a border town and saw the explosion. We have I think eight hundred thousand to a million undocumented, folks there in San Diego. And lastly, Atlanta's fed GDP forecast.

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"china putin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Company and affiliates. And I also went into the seaside I think at seaside shops Lotte empty places in there, too. And you gotta believe it's the Amazon as Asian of the country, the world that help calls law stores out there. So there's different theories on a lot of times, you get an anomaly, one month will be off. I like to average two or three months. I think that's more accurate dislike we had a blowout report in April wanna say, two hundred sixty three thousand if you average to sixty three and so you get about one eighty revised that though. Yeah. Anymore. That's true. Okay. And you know what else is this market on fire here this morning? And this happened just as we were getting ready to go on the air, some China tariffs to be delayed. Those who believe in the powers of the plunge protection team. The, the obviously went to work after the lanes job report and came up with the delay maybe of Chinese tariffs in that help, also the market all of a sudden take off. No more Theresa May. She didn't go away in may. She went away in June. She is now stepped down as the leader of the ruling conservative party. In the UK the race's already started to replace her. There's eleven contenders Boris Johnson, and I would say Nigel Faraj probably the two that are going to Duke it out over there. And no more made the thirty year mortgage three point eight two percent. Maybe I on a refi. You know what I'm gonna send a text to my wife during the break year say, Honey? Let's look into refining. We are mortgage. Three point eight two percent is down seventeen basis points from three point nine nine the previous week. Guess where it was a year ago, four point five four just by luck. That's about when I locked in my rate, I needed, Paul. I don't think you were around you could've told me rates, we're going on. I'm gonna talk call them. About a refi here. And then we continue to have a bear market in crude. But I don't think OPEC's going to increase production, any time soon with the plunge that we've seen recently here notice, the sour look on Putin's face lately, you know, his popularity rises and falls with oil prices, because eighty five percent of his economy is dependent upon oil and other than getting the panda bears from she a little love gift from Xi of China, Putin's gotta be hurting a little bit here is his, his oil prices, little progress with Mexico, Mexico is moving troops of both supposedly to the border, the Guatemalan border to halt immigrants looking to move north. And of course, we've moved. Our terror of troops to the southern border of the United States, demanding a little bit more cooperation from Mexico on this continued flow, across course, I lived in a border town grew up on I didn't I wasn't born. They're born in Glendale, California, but grew up in a border town and saw the explosion. We have I think eight hundred thousand to a million undocumented, folks there in San Diego..

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"china putin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KCRW

"Have along everybody we begin on this Tuesday with a restatement of our every now, and then absorb -ation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good rising growth in economic optimism. Good fine. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Well, you gotta play the Hendra Dell. Right. And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. IMF get it which is out with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it the IMF third forecast of slower growth in six months. Key to open up is the chief economist for the I'm Dr welcome to the program. Thank you, you called the global economy this morning and some of your commentary. You said we're at a delicate moment how come why so noble growth is projected to slow down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen and we expected coveting twenty twenty and you know, that covers precarious so that's the sense in which this is a delicate moment because if any of the downside risks that we worry about TV lies the recovery that we're expecting a may not come about. Okay. Why are you expecting to recovery? If it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call the make well, we set the scene is a substantial amount of policy accomodation around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands we've seen China. Putin a fair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seen some improvement in trade tensions between the US and China at least compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors, you know, would help a growth going forward, and we expect. See some recovery's in stressed economies like Argentina and Turkey. So that's where I focused is coming from show. We've got low rates the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of no deal, Brexit, or whatever's going to happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's gonna happen over there. Get me, then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned. I mean, I'm unavo- main downside risk remains an escalating in trade tensions. You know? Maybe with other countries in other sectors like autos, a we would like to see a resolution of Brexit's with an agreement. That's not a naughty Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movement? Here we talking about yesterday evening, the US China trade tensions weaken growth weakened investments. Reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we you know, we say that this is a delicate moment, and it's important for policymakers to avoid missteps, let me just ask since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hear elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you led with it in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning of to the to the future health of a global economy. I mean central Bank policies vase. He's taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy. They played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up to the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independence remain data driven and the the policies are well communicated. So you've been on the job since I January. How're you liking it so far it's been it's been a lot of fun. It's been great. Doc to open house. Choose the new ish chief economist at the International Monetary Fund out with your global forecast this morning. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. She mentioned a no deal Brexit, by the way, without getting into the current state of play over in the UK because frankly, one loses track US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this today in congressional testimony, quote, I think at this point secretary said we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome, and of quote, hard Brexit, of course, is a no deal Brexit again. Who knows what the what over there on Wall Street today? Honestly kinda man nobody was really wild about that IMF forecast. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. A follow up now story last week about the most profitable company on the planet..

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"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tuesday with a restatement of our every now, and then observe -ation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good razzing growth in economic optimism. Good fun. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Will you gotta play the Hendra dealt right? And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. IMF get it which that with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it. The third forecast of slower growth in six months. Peanut is a columnist for the doctor welcome to the program. Thank you, you called the global economy this morning, some of your commentary. You said were too delicate moment how come why? So Goba growth is projected slow down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen. Then we expected a coveting twenty twenty and you know, that covers precarious. So that's this is a delicate moment because if any of the downside Ristori worry about TV lies, the recovery that we expecting a main come about. Okay. Why are you expecting covering if it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call the make well, we set the scene is a substantial amount of policy commendation around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands, we've seen China Putin, fair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seeing some improvement in trade tensions between US and China compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors. You know would help a growth going forward and weeks. See some recovery's stressed economies that Tina took. So that's where focused is coming from. So we've got low rates the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of no deal, Brexit, or whatever's going to happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's happened over there. Get me then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned unavo- main downside risk remains in his collation injury. Tensions of you know, maybe with other countries, you know, the sectors like autos, we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not a naughty Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be voided. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movement here we are talking about? Yes of the US China trade tensions. We can growth weakened investments. Reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we you know, we say that this is a delicate moment in his opponent for policy makers to avoid missteps limiters since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hear elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you lead with in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning of to the to the future health of global economy. I mean, central Bank of policies of these taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy, the played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up to the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independence their data driven and the the policies are well communicated. So you've been on the job since I January you liking it so far. Been a lot of fun than great to get governor. She's the new chief economist at the International Monetary Fund with global forecast this morning. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. She mentioned a no deal Brexit, by the way, without getting into the current state of play over in the UK because frankly, one loses track US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this today in congressional testimony, quote, I think at this point secretary said we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome of quote, hard Brexit, of course, is a no deal Brexit again. Who knows what the what over there on Wall Street today? Honestly, kind of nobody was really wild about that. I am if forecast we'll have the details when we do the numbers. A follow of now story last week. I guess about the most profitable company on.

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The Global Economy: A Delicate Moment

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:16 min | 2 years ago

The Global Economy: A Delicate Moment

"Round. These parts we spell global economic forecast with three little letters. I m end ETF from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. It is Tuesday the ninth of April today. Good as always to have you along everybody, we begin on this Tuesday with a restatement of our every now, and then observation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good rising growth in economic optimism. Good fine. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Well, you got to play the Hendra Dell. Right. And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. I m f get it which is out with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it the IMF third forecast of slower growth in six months. Gita Gopinath is the chief economist for the IMF, Dr Gopinath welcome to the program. Thank you. You called the global economy this morning, some of your commentary. You said we're at a delicate moment how come why said global growth is projected slowdown. Down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen and we expect recovering twenty twenty and you know, that recoveries precarious. So that's the sense in which this is a delicate moment because if any of the downside Ristori worry about materialize, the recovery that we're expecting may not come about. Okay. Why are you expecting recovery? If it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call the make well, we certainly seen as a substantial amount of policy accommodation around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands we've seen China. Putin affair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seen some improvement in trade tensions between US and China at least compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors, you know, would help a growth going forward, and we expect to see some recovery's stressed economies like Argentina and Turkey. So that's where our focus is coming from got low rates, the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of a no deal, Brexit or whatever's going. To happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's gonna happen over there. Get me, then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned. I mean, I'm unavo- main downside risk remains an esscalation intrigue tensions. You know, maybe with other countries in other sectors like autos, we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not an audio Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be awarded. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movements here we are talking about? Yes. The US China trade tensions weaken growth weakened investment, reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we, you know, we we say that this is a delicate moment in his appoint for policy makers to avoid missteps, let me just ask. Since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hair elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you led with it in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning there of to the to the future health of a global economy. I mean, central Bank policies of all these taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy. They played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up towards the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independent their mandate a driven and the the policies are well communicated. So we've been on the job since the first of January, how're you liking it so far it's been it's been a lot of fun. It's been great. Doc to choose the new ish chief economist at the International Monetary Fund out with your global forecast this morning, Dr Goldman now, thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much.

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"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With a restatement of our every now, and then observe -ation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good rising growth in economic optimism. Good fine. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Well, you gotta play the Andrew del right? And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. IMF get it which is out with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it the IMF third forecast of slower growth in six months. He took over not is the chief economist for the IMF, Dr welcome to the program. Thank you. You called a global economy this morning and some of your commentary. You said we're at a delicate moment how come why so noble growth is projected to slow down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen and we expected a covering twenty twenty and you know, that covers precarious so that's the sense in which is a delicate moment because if any of the downside Ristori worry about medieval is the recovery that we're expecting may not come about. Okay. Why are you expecting covering if it's if it's so precarious seems like a gutsy call to make well, we set the scene is a substantial amount of policy combination around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands we've seen China. Putin a fair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seen some improvement in trade tensions between the US and China least compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors. You know would help a growth going forward, and we expect. See some recovery's in stressed economies like Argentina took. So that's where I focused is coming from. So we've got low rates the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of an ideal Brexit or whatever's going to happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's gonna happen over there. Get me, then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned. I mean, I'm unavo- main downside risk remains in esscalation in trade tensions. You know? Maybe with other countries in the sectors like autos, a we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not a naughty Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be avoided. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movements? Here we are talking about yesterday in the US China trade tensions weaken growth weakened investments. Reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we you know, we say that this is a delicate moment and is important for policy makers to avoid missteps, let me just ask since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hair elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you led with it in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning of to the to the future health of global economy. I mean, central Bank policies of all these taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up to the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independence remain data driven and the the policies are well communicated. So you've been on the job since it first January. How're you liking it so far it's been it's been a lot of fun. Then great. Dr governor she's the new ish chief economist of the International Monetary Fund out with global forecast this morning now, thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. She mentioned a no deal Brexit, by the way, without getting into the current state of play over in the UK because frankly, one loses track US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this today in congressional testimony, quote, I think at this point secretary said we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome, and of quote, hard Brexit, of course, is a no deal Brexit again. Who knows what the what over there on Wall Street today? Honestly kinda man nobody was really wild about that. I am f- forecast. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Follow of now story last week. I guess about the most profitable company on.

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"china putin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KCRW

"Your long everybody, we begin on this Tuesday with a restatement of our every now and then observation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good rising growth in economic optimism. Good fine. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Well, you got to play the Andrew del right? And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. IMF get it which is out with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it the IMF third forecast of slower growth in six months. He took over not is the chief economist for the doctor welcome to the program. Thank you, you called the global economy this morning and some of your commentary. You said we're at a delicate moment how come why said global growth is projected to slow down to three point three percent in twenty nineteen and we expected coveting twenty twenty and you know, that covers precarious so that's the sense in which this is delicate moment because if any of the downside that we worry about materialize. Now, the recovery that we're expecting a may not come about. Okay. Why are you expecting covering if it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call them make well, we certainly seen as a substantial amount of policy combination around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands we've seen China. Putin a fair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seeing some improvement in trade tensions between the US and China at least compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors, you know, would help a growth going forward, and we expect. See some recovery's and stressed economies that Tina Turkey. So that's where I focused is coming from show. We've got low rates the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of a no deal, Brexit or whatever's going to happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's gonna happen over there. Get me, then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned. I mean, I'm unavo- main downside risk remains an escalating intrigue tensions, you know. Maybe with other countries in other sectors like autos, a we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not a audio Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be avoided. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movement here we are talking about? Yes of eating the US China trade tensions weaken growth weakened investments. Reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we you know, we say that this is a delicate moment and is important for policy makers to avoid missteps, let me just ask since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hear elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you led with it in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning of to the to the future health of global economy. I mean, central Bank policies vase is taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy. They played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up towards the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independence remain data driven and the the policies are well communicated. So you've been on the job since the first of January, how're you liking it so far it's been it's been a lot of fun. Great. Doc to choose the new ish chief economist at the International Monetary Fund out with your global forecast this morning, thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. She mentioned a no deal Brexit, by the way, without getting into the current state of play over in the UK because frankly, one loses track US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this today in congressional testimony, quote, I think at this point secretary said we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome, and of quote, hard Brexit, of course, is a no deal Brexit again. Who knows what the what over there on Wall Street today? Honestly kinda man nobody was really wild about that IMF forecast. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..

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"china putin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So thirty years in intelligence to the extent, you're comfortable, then we're friends I would never have won a push further than you. You wanna go? I want you to describe what it is for thirty years. You've done where you've done it. And it's it's like games bond to me when I talked to you, you only downside to talking to you is and everyone in both staffs, TV radio agree. You scared. The living crap out of everybody in terms of backbone your have is a microphone. They're listening in China. Putin is listening right now to your phone. It cracks me up. Sean, what would always gave me, and I think. My colleagues this. Well, the most satisfaction was collecting intelligence on threats overseas threats, and then doing all we could to eliminate them. So they're not visited on our shores. And when I served in the Middle East, I served in Iraq years back during the surge, and we were running sources inside Al Qaeda, and we were obtaining intelligence from those sources on threats to the US military with the surge we're over one hundred thousand US troops, and the most important thing we did we did a lot that year. We collected a lot of intelligence we stole a lot of secrets, but the most important arguably the most important thing, we would do was collect intelligence on threats to the US military, and there were countless times when we would collect intelligence from a source in Al Qaeda terrorists about an IEP located someplace or threat to US military within minutes, we've told the brigade commander who on the troops in a different direction that among lots of things certainly gave me a lot of a lot of satisfaction. If I like had another opportunity at another job in life. I've always wanted to be a country music star. God showed me there's no chance of that ever happening because I can't say so my next option. I would be doing the types of things you've told me can you describe which I find fascinating and also very dangerous. But so important our safety. Dan Hoffman is with us. We're in Vietnam interview with the president nine eastern in full tonight. The only interview he gave after the summit that and much more one thing keeping me awake. By the way is thank God. Linda, I serious thanking you brought with her black rifle coffee because how many cups have I had each day during the show actually never seen. He drinks so much coffee. The problem is that I'd like it so much is delicious. No, it is the single best coffee. I've ever had. I like the very strong, very bold coffee. A black rifle I do I drink a black. What are you can put a lots of sugar sweetener and lots of meal by itself? I like a little cream. Now, this is what I love about. This company was created by veterans while they were abroad serving their country, and they just they'd order.

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"china putin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KTOK

"And I think that's been the point here Kim Jong UN's the one suffering from all the sanctions. And now he has to go home and deal with the fact that he's not going home with any benefits that he might have hoped to derive from this meeting. Well, bribery of dictators and despots doesn't work. We've tried it. Now too often. All right. So thirty years in intelligence to the extent, you're comfortable, then we're friends. I would never have won a push you further than you want to go. I want you to describe what it is for thirty years. You've done where you've done it. And it's it's like JAMES BOND to me when I talked to you, you only downside at talking to you as and everyone. On. My both staffs TV radio agree. You scared. The living crap out of everybody in terms of that phone your have is a microphone. They're listening in China. Putin is listening right now to your phone. It cracks me up. Sean, what would always gave me, and I think my colleagues this. Well, the most satisfaction was collecting intelligence on threats overseas threats, and then doing all the we could to eliminate them. So they're not visited on our shores. And when I served in the Middle East, I served in Iraq years back during the surge, and we were running sources inside Al Qaeda, and we were obtaining intelligence from those sources on threats to the US military with the surge we were over one hundred thousand US troops and the most important thing. We did we did a lot that year. We collected a lot of intelligence we stole a lot of secrets, but the most important arguably the most important thing we would do was collect intelligence on threats to the US military, and there were countless times when we would collect intelligence from a source in al-qaeda terrorist about an IUD located someplace or a threat to US military with. Ten minutes. We've told the brigade commander who switched on the troops in a different direction that among lots of things certainly gave me a lot of a lot of satisfaction. If I like had another opportunity at another job in life. I've always wanted to be a country music star. God showed me there's no chance of that ever happening because I can't say so my next option would be doing the types of things you've told me in you describe which I find fascinating and also also very dangerous. But so important our safety. Dan Hoffman is with us. We're in Vietnam. My interview with the president nine eastern in full tonight. The only interview he gave after the summit that and much more one thing keeping me awake. By the way, is thank God, Linda from serious thanking you brought with her black rifle coffee because how many cups have I had each day during the actually never seen. He drinks coffee down. The problem is that I'd like it so much. It is delicious. No, it is the single best coffee. I've ever had. I liked the very strong, very bold coffee. I do drink a black. What are you putting lots of sugar sweetener and lots of mail is by itself, I like a little cream. This was a comment is what I love about. This company was created by veterans while they were abroad serving their country, and they just they'd order.

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"china putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"china putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hard segment of the program in the time of Trump and Brexit. So this is our public service into all of you. That are listening on our streaming network or radio network. Welcome thanks for continuing on us. And for those of you that are watching. We are now in video segment if you wished you watch head to our Facebook patriots streaming live inside the place appointed studios with special spare no expense type props and hand puppets. And whatever else. We've got by the crack staff of ways to America led by vice president of technology and certified millennial Adam who puts this segment together today. We've got the battle of the bulge. Yes. Battle of the bulge. In this has to do with Jeff Bezos, again, the head of Amazon, and he ratcheted up the latest installment of his naked selfie taking a break up my twenty five year marriage and run off with the neighbors. Ding, bat wife was like a weather girl or something like that helicopter pilot. Right. We know we know all of all those details because they came out. Now, you'll remember before we get to the audio. You brought this up because it was a month ago. Roughly when this lady was month ago. When the story broke that the world's richest, man. But not the rich is not the most important. I would say if he's not the most powerful he's close for a long time in this program. We keep tabs on that because it helps explain world order the United States, president always the most powerful man in the world. The pope was number two when we started this. I'd say the pope slipped a little bit of Catholic had a rough ten ten fifteen years could change that slipped down. You've seen the rise of paying the you the emperor of China, Putin the powerful it's been a pretty interesting guy. He's definitely punches above his weight. He's somewhere in the top five. I don't think he's as high as some people like to put them. But you've also now got a new world order, and this is the way that we have looked at big tech in for years on this program. I have said that World War three is underway. I'm the only person that says it, but now you're seeing people inch closer to what we've been talking about on this program, which is what the store is shows always about and against because you have any special powers. Yeah. It's not because you're certified millennial or anything like that. It's just that we pay attention and talk to people where the stuff is actually happening. So like if you want to know what's happening with this, Afghan peace deal. Why would you listen to Donald Trump? I don't think Trump's ever been to Afghantistan, but Masud has and he's worked for the Taliban. Is he explained to us when the Taliban was running it. He worked at one of their state radio and TV stations and. He lives there continues to live there. So I'm gonna trust what he has to say a little bit closer than guys that have never been there, for instance. But I'm not only going to rely on what he says out of Afghanistan because that's also not the only story. What's amazing, though is how rare it is for Americans to actually hear from somebody in Germany about what's happening in Germany or in Mexico about what's happening in Mexico or in Afghanistan about what's happening in Afghanistan. They liked to filter all of their info straight from Washington. DC no matter where it pertains to around the world later on this hour, we're going to hear from Chinese state sponsored media about Donald Trump's comments in the state of the union about the trade war with China. I don't think Anderson Cooper really knows a whole lot about what's going on in China. Their correspondents in DC will tell right. And then they get some guy who's from China think tank, but he's an American who travels. He does a little bit more. So you get a little bit higher up on the food. They get the Asia specialist, but why not hear what the Chinese and more importantly, why not hear what the Chinese propaganda is. Because that's the equivalent of what comes out of Washington DC. So you can compare the propaganda. That's what's valuable because the truth is somewhere. But it's certainly not only going to be out of Beijing. And it's certainly not only going to be out of Washington DC, if you rely on only one of those or even both of those you're not very close to the truth. And that's how you get. You know, that's how you get where you're triggered. And you're putting on a pink pussy cat hat, and this is your resisting. Or, you know, whatever, you're doing access Hollywood tapes, or you're talking to Billy Bush about you know, you know, what I mean, that's how you get there. When you're doing nonsense like that. So today, we've got what we've been telling everybody about and we step step a little bit closer and on plan on schedule. What we've been saying? And that is of course, World War. Three is underway in World War. Three is underway between big tech. And there's only a few of them Basil's being at the top of that food chain zuckerberg's their Sergei and his crew from Google Tim cook from apple just those four for the most part versus sovereign governments White House downing street's Moscow. Beijing the big institutional governments right now Amazon for the most part has stayed kind of back in the in the Pac. I mean, they've gone after Facebook hard. You see them go after apple little bit and Google hard. But Amazon kind of stayed in the back that we know there's something going on. But they're they're in the back. Well, here's the way that you have to look at it. And when you say they're going after it. I mean, there's lots of institutions that are going after the advertising model, for instance. Okay. Because that affects people like, for instance, the institutional media, so they're going to go after for Google and Facebook because they've dominated monopolized advertising, even Amazon has government contracts for for of horses drone hardware, drowns Soffer video stream, of course, they do. But that's that's what I'm saying. Is that they have to do it because they become so powerful so quickly. So this is the conversation. I still have almost on a daily basis certainly several times a week with people is they still I think most people that are probably listen to this program. Amazon is the place where they get their tennis shoes or their Wheaties that are flat screen TV's. They point.

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United States, Foxconn and Allen discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:39 min | 3 years ago

United States, Foxconn and Allen discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"He mend is held his latest meeting with club officials earlier today sources reporting that new england patriots wide receiver julian edelman is facing a four game suspension for violating the nfl's performance enhancing substance policy that'll men appealing the upcoming suspension the thirty two year old all of last season with an acl tear capitals looking to raise the franchises first family cup has washington battles the golden knights in las vegas in game five in the final up three games to one i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app and talk on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash it is forty six minutes past the hour and this is bloomberg daybreak asia and we're brought to you by sector spider atf's why buy a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector visit sectorspdrscom or call one eight six sector etf well as mentioned russian president vladimir putin will meet with president xi jinping later today in china putin is expected to attend the june ninth and tenth meeting of the shanghai cooperation organisation in ching tao and french president emmanuel macron is macron is threatening with other world leaders to criticize the united states at the g seven summit this has drawn an edgy rebuke from president trump himself well let's take a look at the markets here it's limit of a choppy day today we do have several markets lower as well as several in the green let's get up to shanghai and allen one joins us now did you wanna talk about foxconn industrial internet or.

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