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The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates
"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and
Fox's Chris Wallace Confronts Biden Advisor Over Claim That Reconciliation Bill Cost $0
"Senior adviser to joe biden. He's a guy named cedric. Richmond you may remember him because biden couldn't remember his name and you know in a very cringe-worthy moment referred to his black senior adviser as my boy or said the boy or my boy cedric richmond. Not a good look. So here's the same cedric richmond. Making this specious. This dishonest this unethical this outright outrageous lie that three point five trillion dollars isn't gonna cost anything. Listen to chris. Wallace has pushed back but at the end of the day chris. I think what's important for people to understand. Is that this piece of legislation zero. We're gonna pay for it all by raising taxes on the very wealthy embiid corporations versus seven. I gotta stop you there. It doesn't cause there whether it's three and a half trillion or two trillion it or one and a half trillion. Whatever it costs that amount of money now you can pay for it either by borrowing or you can pay for it by raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy but it doesn't cost era. Even chris wallace is say. Wait a minute what are you talking about. It cost zero later in the interview. He pushed back again again. I just wanna to press down on this. Because i can understand the argument. A lot of people say that your math is wrong and even that it won't add zero to the debt. You could make the argument if you pay for it. You add zero to the debt. But that doesn't mean that caused zero. I mean the fact that you're raising people's taxes is a cost. We're also reducing taxes in this piece of legislation. it's a fifty million. Americans are going to get a tax cut in this piece of legislation that matt pay for working families but net if it's a two trillion dollar spending plan net net cost two trillion dollars. Well not necessarily sure. And that's why we will make sure that all of the democrats are involved in how we shape it. But everyone's worried about not necessarily about. How are you not necessarily sure about two trillion dollars not costing two trillion dollars. He's the senior adviser to the president of the united states of america. God help
Caller Says We Have to Blame All Involved Who Got Joe Biden in Office
"Mark A sun tzu 2500 years ago wrote in the art of war armed conflict is the most primitive form of warfare Out of that you get economic warfare which could cause an economic collapse You get brainwashing or destroying the use of the country All of these things are many of them were thousands of years old the ideas and this is exactly what the Democrat party is implementing It's very serious very diabolical but it is brilliant not that AOC is brilliant but the strategist and tacticians who planned this and carried it out we have to crush the Democrat party as you know And then I hope we could work together with loyal American Democrats to work together to get the creeps out of the Republican Party and decrease out of the Democrat party The never Trump was the admiral of the general as all those people that attacked Trump They're the cause or part of the cause Biden's in there So they're as responsible as Biden is what Biden is doing We can't let Biden get all the blame All the people that put them in office Chris Wallace during the debates that the hurt Trump all of those people were working together knowingly or just being stupid They put Biden in the office They're all responsible Let me just say it's going to be a little bit more complicated Jimmy as you know And the reasons this They've created this massive government Leviathan which is loyal to the Democrat party Democrat party takes care of it takes care of their income protects them grows them expands their authority And so there is this relationship between the Democrat party and the bureaucracy So when a Republican comes in Reagan or Trump and so forth And they're trying to scale back the size of government They are sabotaged In the saboteurs work with the media we saw that with the FBI most recently but it's all the time The sabotage leaked tax returns of the president of the United States to the media They will never do anything like this of course To Joe Biden because Joe Biden's going to expand their authority and give them money more resources
Fox News' Chris Wallace Confronts Mayorkas Over Border Chaos
"That This is my alleged Homeland Security secretary You're only job is to be the secretary of Homeland Security to secure the homeland It's written in the job title Here's my orcas when he's Chris Wallace and Fox system hey I got an idea to secure the homeland It's just crazy ideally How about we build a wall Well that might stop some people not all but might stop some people from crossing into the United States illegally That's a crazy idea Maybe we should try that and listen to my orcas response Check this out Why did you allow them in the country in the first place Why didn't you build forgive me A wall or a fence to stop them from walking in this flood of people coming across the dam It looks like a highway that allows them to cross the rail ground It is this policy of this administration We do not agree with the building of the wall The law provides that individuals can make a claim for humanitarian relief That is actually one of our proudest traditions So you can make a claim for humanitarian relief So I'm just checking Can you do that In the middle of the desert on the Texas Arizona Mexico border at four o'clock in the morning Now if you're a liberal listening you're confused right now But I asked that question deliberately and for a reason Why can't you do that Why can't you make an asylum claim at three 30 in the morning at the Texas Mexico in Arizona border somewhere in the middle of desert Well maybe because we don't have an office there We don't have an office there We don't have some personnel there from ice or CBP whatever to entertain your asylum claims So how would you if you were gonna do an organized asylum claim process How would you actually do it Just a question just throwing that out there for the leftist Well I've got an idea Maybe you would build a wall and an actual hard border to the United States which would encourage people who wanted to enter the United States to enter through what we would call ports of entry or points of entry correct Pour its points airports You know the legal organized way So how would it work then You would walk through a port of entry you would make an appointment whatever it may be you'd go to a consulate overseas You would make an asylum claim that could be entertained by a judge or some kind of advocate or adjutant there And they could actually determine if you were entitled to asylum That's how a sane person
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
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"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"What do you like the due to relax. I love photography. And i love hiking out in the in the national parks around vegas. I didn't know how much there was to see here. Because i only came here for poker and then when i started dating jordan the first time i came. She took me to red rocks hiking. And just just gorgeous amazing and we've got value fire zion. All these local parks. And there's you know there's a mountain you can walk to. The top of the whole does amazing view of the city. That's like just a few miles from my house photographer. I have two cameras sitting on my desk right now. I love photography having a ton of fun with wildlife photography that is really you know my dream job away from poker would be wildlife photography but it's a hard thing to make a real living with and And i don't know if i'm willing to do what. What is what it takes to make. That happen is really most wildlife photographers. That are very successful. People who started with a lot of money. And i've just figured out to have a hobby that pays them okay but You know there's it's hard to make a living as a wildlife photographer when you need you know twenty or thirty thousand dollars in camera equipment and you need then to spend a bunch of money traveling and then you're trying to sell pictures to nasty graphic eighty bucks. It's tough it's tough to pull that off with. But i have a ton of just hiking in the desert and take doing wildlife photography with what i can find out there tortoises and snakes and knocks whatever hummingbirds in my backyard. So i guess surfing. I does have to be content. That the wild fish whales sharks and doggies davis they can be. I'm going to be doing a bunch of photography at the world series this year. That's one of the gigs couple of gigs. Picked up have been photography at the world series. And that'll be superfund excellent coil. If again massive burnett fx if you could go back in time until the younger version of yourself one thing what would you tell yourself.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Playing style game at gives bad players a chance to play a lot. More hands gives them an excuse to play a lot more hands so they're more profitable and it's also an extra fun decision and it means that everyone should really be playing a few more hands so we get to mix it up more and then and i really enjoy the split pot games. I think there's so much thinking to be done. So if it's superstar eight right. You're playing a lot more hands and you're doing all the thinking that is involved in study that you don't you don't do instead or razz or even really hold them where you're thinking ab- you know based on your opponents boards. What dead cards. There are what you have. What are your equities in each direction. There's a lot more complicated than i think. More complicated is more fun or subaru's new playing half we playing a razz hand. Basically but with the superstar start and then half the pot goes to the best began the best card but doogie hand and that that limits the information drastically on one side because they really only need to play one card for their duty. So yeah i those are. Those are my favorite poker variants there. They're all stud split pot game. So are superfund action is better. I like Antonius three two one two three. Thank you very much for sending these questions. Chris beyond playing outside besides learning how to play better poker with under thirty. What else is a reader of your shortstop. Ninja book likely learn. Oh i think the biggest lesson will be the way of thinking if you if you will learn how to play each of those stacks and and see what i've done in the book you end up understanding why that's my hope anyway that not just that you can memorize these weapons that i have in this stack size and this is what i should use them. But you understand why and so you're able to thin think ahead enhance even when you're deep stacked and you know that there's twenty big blinds in the pot each have fifty behind if i bet twelve. He's likely to shove he's gonna be setup fold equity if he shoves it's going to stack says they're going to be correct. The what if. I bet six than eat like it might be a little bit of an over shove. Maybe he walked. Or what if. I if i have a draw now maybe i want to check to him so that he'll bet shells and if he doesn't bet it's not a disaster because i have a drama free card so that sort of thinking even in much deeper stacks is what i would hope people would learn other than memorizing the how to potties the various weapons of short stacks. Good answer and last question from antonio is three two one two three. What are the top skills. Your students can learn from you as a poker coach as i've gotten better at teaching strategy and there's more strategy content out there so that my students are are showing up better in term strategy. Already i find myself more and.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"I pick them up and go to lunch. Or whatever and super nice guy. Yeah and marcel. Loose luke fly. I saw him in the starbucks. Outside of the of the poker area at the rio sharing that starbucks i was with a friend and we were having coffee and i'm not i'm not blown away by celebrities and i played with most of these guys online anyway but i just said i said hi. Marcel and i told them i think you're great for poker. Keep doing what you're doing. I love that you're that you're making poker fund for people and he said oh girl comes comes down so i invited us to his day will never met before and then i didn't care about taking pictures or anything like that. I want to talk to this guy. And so then. He asks me a strategy question and he doesn't. He doesn't know that. I can play at all. He just asks us about like. How would you play this. How'd you do this. Why rotation about it and he is is a bunch of interesting strategy insights and then he says. Do you want a picture. And my buddy says yeah. He says here you put that. He takes his sunglasses off and he says here you put them on upside down the most friendly guy to be around at the table eleven. That's fantastic great stories there and you gotta get shots to. We did have great roemer on as a previous guests on the show. That's episode forty three. Anyone wants to go ahead and listen to that one actor. You finish listening to this great episode. Chris i want to cover one last area before we get into the questions from the car check community. It'll be besides books. You've been at contributing writer too. Many hoeger media publications while time including my own card play lifestyle recently however you have joined the cards chant families of congratulations a welcome aboard in idiot. You could tell us how did that partnership come to be and what sorts of articles could be expensed to safer. I'm super happy about it. I'm i'm hoping that turns into a serious long-term thing where i am the poker reporter coverage lifestyle everything for vegas. That's just a long term thing. Because i'm having fun with it so far it came to be because my pal can't martin who's one of the guys that red chip had a writing gig and said hey i've got some extra writing at the world series if you want to pick up this writing. That's pretty good. And i said i'll take you know i'm trying to transition a little bit away from poker another gonna play like a hundred thousand dollars schedule at the world series but trying to transition a little bit away from poker and so i said that sounds great in We should find some more of these kinds of gigs. And he said sure so. I posted on unfair on twitter..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Forgive me that stack and not just lamenting but realistically if you give me that stack and almost always going to make the final table and dusted off there. Could like you know But you know so right. After the thing happened. I'd already had when i went broke. I had two hundred and fourteen thousand dollars locked up. That was the worst i could do. And then that's what. I did so what i felt like was. This is the worst result. I could've ad after. I got to this point so you know standing in line ready to get paid over two hundred thousand dollars just really irritated and now i'm aware of lake. How great my life is you know. It hasn't been perfect. But like i'm a white male in america intelligence like over six feet tall healthy like head. Parents had a good education. Like my you know. My life has been great so i don't lament much or complain much about my situation. So i'm standing there really irritated with this with this two hundred thousand dollar payout ticket and i know i can't say i like i'm not gonna complain much right. My life has been pretty good today but as really irritated by like the first thing. The first thing. I did after i got the ticket was head to the hobart the rio and in corona any chance like i was i wanted to. Yeah i was so irritated and also didn't feel like i could complain much about the irritation i felt nor nor do they have a lot of friends who've had that that experience using your cash into ticket for two hundred fourteen k one hundred up very very odd. Yeah i don't. I don't want to hear somebody complain about making two hundred thousand dollars. I wouldn't wanna listen to it either. Having another deep run after that right to finish like in the to hundreds. I think it's three hundreds that sort of made me feel like. Oh i can. I can continue to do..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"The two three hundred dollar mixed game tournaments and like the one like one gay or fifteen hundred at the world series. And i think you learn a great deal playing in a few of those one k. Fifteen hundred events at the series. The is so big that you're not gonna. Your results are not going to be indicative of your skill level very often. So you're not gonna learn how good you are but you're going to learn how good other people are. You're to see what things they're doing and you can watch the good players and mimic whether they are doing. How many enjoy playing. How are they responding to raise in three bets. And you know when when they go to showdowns. What are they tending to show down. You can learn a bunch that way and you get a lot of play in those events in an even donald. Yeah the structures really good. I haven't looked at the structure this year. And they change them every couple years. But in general the structures have been very good and in in the ten ks. Where they're doing the double levels for all the first day. Those structures are fantastic. So i would study up now. There's lots of mixed game content online. Not nearly what for no limit. But there's there's definitely some stuff you can study up on there's dylan lind's book who. I think dylan's going to be at the at the game at the west gate. There's ken lows book over my bookshelf. There are there's the super system to which has some cool stuff on studied in it. There's there's lots of ways to get better at these games even What's the two plus two book called high split poker which has mostly written by razi and has some awesome content in it networks like definitely more than twenty years old might be thirty years old still has a lot of good stuff between that and super system now you can actually get a pretty good feel for oh eight and study and then games. It's hard to learn much about. I don't know where you study razz. I studied it by making spreadsheets and running equity calculations figuring out. I don't know if anybody else ever cared about razz enough to do this. When by the time they were computers that you could do it with red. So i figured out how often i should be stealing with various hands by running tons of calculations. It's criticism you're talking like the same exact type of of methodology. That doyle was using fifty years ago for to figure. Hold them out before. There were any books to study before. Yeah wow when i was able to use computerized spreadsheets and inequity calculations and it was much faster but i could figure out like how often when i have a low carb up and a low card down in the garbage card. Should i be stealing through. Two players should only be stealing through one player. And you know against the bring in depending on dead cards. And all those kinds of things and those calculations are so much simpler in razz raza's absurdly simple share that i was able to figure out a lot of things that in hold them. Just you know took solvers. And i was able to just figure them out in a spreadsheet and some running some numbers. Because it's so much simpler to come up with..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"When i won the world series bracelet. I had it sized and his it shows it game. It was huge. It was like this big like it would never go on even mirus so i had it sized. I had them cut the links into eighteen parts. However many investors i had that year and so i had these little chunks of of the links to and then i had them i bought glass vials with sterling silver tops. Screw onto them. You can put them on like a keychain or a necklace or whatever you can keep up. And i put one of those into each of those eighteen vials when i sent out the package sent out this card that said you know enclosed as a piece of the world series bracelets. Thanks for having faith in maine and letting me achieve my dream and this was great and then enclosed as a piece of the actual bracelet so my parents invested a small amount that year which was the first time they'd ever invested so my mom's still has that on a necklace and my dad had the the cards like put in a frame on in his office. And i'm sure that was like a great like when people show up and ask about. That son won that tournament. And i have some other friends. There were multiple people at the wedding. Who had the piece of the bracelet on their keychain with them and stuff farther away one of the pictures of it actually kind of went semi viral on facebook up shared. Like forty thousand times or something. Wow wow bay. God's heart warming touching story. I you've written tomes about backing it about sticking and i imagine after you know showing that sort of gratitude for those who've invested in place their faith in you. You never really had a problem selling packages since then. I'm guessing if i've needed to. Yeah that that's certainly helps here. If you do that for your backers of people remember you absolutely man. The helps a lot. But good little tip there everybody could you perhaps quantified and for those of us like me who haven't really played you. Play the full gamut played two hundred dollar six games events did on fifteen hundred bracelets at ten kate. What sort of difference in in qualitative skill are you looking at when you sit down at the felton and how you adjust to these different skill sets or if there is a beach owners huge difference in the two hundred dollar. I think the the range is a little smaller than it is in no limit events at least compared to what it used to be elements. I think these days everybody's pretty good at no limit compared to five years ago but that ranges a little smaller where the in the in the lower by events the players are. Are maybe a little better than you would expect. And in the bigger buying events there may be not as good as you would expect. I think the the field in ten k. studied or raza or horse is softer than the field in the ten k parliament. Hold or some of these other kinds of specialty events. Almost everybody in the has really strong in the two hundred dollar events when people are making mistakes..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"But when i got to fifty one hundred than my opponents were much stronger and suddenly asked buying with jane harman mike madda sal and these people who knew these games so then i started kind of really studying making spreadsheets and learning things about the game that that just weren't taught in books anywhere running equity numbers and things like that and then Progressed up within the next like year so moved up to two hundred four hundred and had a summer where i played two hundred four hundred lot and made a lot of money and was really doing well but was stressed out all the time. Every time i moved up a level it would be stressful for a week or two and then we get used to it. And then when i moved from one hundred two hundred up to two hundred four hundred i just didn't i couldn't get used to it. The swings were so big. And you know if. I'm down eight thousand dollars at the end of the day. Like wanna be around me right and so i decided poker. Just shouldn't ruined my day anymore. When i moved back down to fifty one hundred okay thirty sixty. I was happy and i was still making good money and i was. I was happy now like after the swings in the bigger games those smaller swings didn't bother me. And if i was down two thousand at the end of the day just would be be be fine and i'd go to dinner and ninety wouldn't even bother them still play a game. Yeah and i was much happier them. That was a good life lesson for me. So i'm wondering that you're talking about elliott progression through the stakes for once all the way up and i couldn't help but we look at the result. He had this huge ten k. Horse sprays league. You're playing one over half a million dollars yet a week before winning that event you finish nice in a two hundred dollar horse tournament and binion's for about five hundred bucks so i'm kind of wondering why forgotten about.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"And then i had an income that was being generated from our poker training site and rake and we were had tons of players through that and all that was just immediately gone. Everything disappeared so not only my bankroll but my income just was decimated and it was. It was a rough day. So i had to just hit the road and and rebuild and make you know. Put it back together and really the by the time. The bracelet happened. I was comfortable with you. Know i've i've done this now. And i'm paying the bills easily. Think figured out right so that was easier than right i. It was a good three years between Type black friday and he's gonna bracelet obviously truly prolific admixed games And last couple of questions about that. But how did. I gain knicks games. I enter your life. What attracted you to stuff beyond texas was playing on full tilt and i get i get poker. Add i get bored with games. And i'd already played sitting goes for a living and had already played heads. Upset knows for living. And i'd already played cash games. Nullum oldham cash games already played limit holdem cash games and i was. I was playing two four. Three six nola games on full tilt and i was just getting pretty bored with it. So i jumped into a p. l. o. Game i was also doing a little bit of bonus hunting and jump to new appeal. Oh game on. Doyles room l. i. N. ap doyle's that sorta dates the whole story and And i got smoked. Inequity my firsthand but one anyway i i made the dumb beginner mistake of getting raising raising pre flop with aces and then piling it in on board with my with my two aces thinking good and of course the guy had a set of tens and this is this is what what i pray on now right but like superdome beginner mistake i was playing ten twenty. That's the the no limit holdem game. That i was playing. I looked over in the plo pots. Were way bigger. So i went over to play pilo. Is these holidays. Yeah so we piled filed in like two grand one like a forty three hundred dollars pot when the ace came on the turn in the guy berated me and told me how terrible i was an exactly why and he was right and it was the dumbest thing he could have ever done. Because i was going to give that four grand back right like an instead i mean i learned something just seeing the hand play out but i learned a lot more from this guy explaining to me exactly why i made the wrong way and how i should play next time what i mean he. This guy gave me this whole education. And so i said yeah right trying to teach me a lesson and what he taught me was..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Today's is an accomplished. Holding mixed game player is author a coach columnist and he even runs his own. A poker tour is a w. s. o. P. ten k. Force champion was also made deep runs in the main event with almost one point two million dollars in career tournament earnings. You may have heard the term short stack ninja but this man may actually be the short stack ninja. Because you literally wrote the book on chris wallace. Welcome to the cards jet podcast. What an intro. And i did not know. This was the most friendly poker podcasts. I'll be on my very best smiling behavior. Why all neck is the concertedly. Get on our way. I can't help but start up with a huge congratulations to you on your recent marriage very very happy for you to long time love jordan. How was the bay. It was fantastic. Thank you think it was crazy to try to plan on very short notice it was it was really a amount of work both before and after cleaning up after the whole thing i mean we. We tried to do it on a reasonable budget and ended up doing it on very short notice to try to get it in before we were things. We're gonna get crazy with the pandemic here again and So but it turned out to be an absolutely beautiful day. It worked out. Great was was wonderful. And i got to see a ton of people i haven't seen in years at the best and they sti- around town afterwards and Various dinner. I understand that did happen. And then and then once we got back to vegas yeah. It's been an ice stuck around town for a week to go to a writer's conference that a friend of mine runs a new a seminar on self publishing there and talk to them about that and that was really learned. A bunch of things about writing. While i was there so i stayed the next weekend as well and got married. Minnesota air in st cloud. Minnesota my wife's parents live up there beautiful home on a lake with flowers everywhere and it's boobs.
NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins Will Be 'Surprised' if Booster Shots Aren't Expanded
"Dr francis collins was on with chris wallace yesterday on fox news. Sunday had a pretty interesting thing to say about authoritative statements. Now i immediately thought of people. Like cuomo gretchen. Whitmer gavin newsom. Because there's just no question that the tyrannical impulses have been realized by a lot of major democrats. Listen what francis collins from the nih said to chris about well his view of authoritative statements. We'll have to see what they say ultimately about the youngest individuals because of concerns about benefits and risks. But i will be surprised. Boosters are not recommended for people under sixty five going forward in the next few weeks. But we'll wait and see you know chris. What you're seeing here is science playing out in a very transparent way. This is the way it ought to be a little trouble. That people are complaining that the process isn't working for them. The process is to look at the data. Have the experts considerate and then make their best judgment. At that point recognizing the judgments may chain if people want an absolutely authoritative statement about. Here's the right answer. Well that's not. What our country is all about moved to china. You'll get it there now. That could be interpreted in a variety of ways. Perhaps he's simply saying we're sort of making this up as we go. We admitted we're not going to give authoritative savings. that's how i read it.
FDA May Announce Full Approval of Pfizer Vaccine Soon
"It's looking like the food and drug administration could grant full approval to a covert nineteen vaccine as early as this week the US Surgeon General says he doesn't want to get ahead of the FDA's announcement but he's anticipating the full approval of Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine Dr Vic Murphy tells fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace that'll be important for a couple reasons number one there are some people who may have been waiting for this and who may come off the fence so to speak to get vaccinated so it may help increase vaccination rates to some extent but I also think that there are universities and businesses that have been considering putting in vaccine requirements in order to create a safer workplace are learning environment I think that this now surfing the FDA would likely encourage them currently the Fizer Madura and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are being distributed under the FDA's emergency use authorization Ben Thomas Washington
FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FBI joins a criminal probe of a possible voting equipment breach in Colorado the FBI has joined a criminal investigation into an alleged security breach of voting equipment in mesa county Colorado Colorado secretary of state Jena Griswold alerted federal cyber security officials within the U. S. department of homeland security of the suspected breach last week griz walled accused mesa county clerk and recorder Tina Peters of directing staff to turn off the video surveillance of voting equipment before a may twenty fifth software update non employee who Chris Wallace office has identified was allowed into the elections office at that time Peters a Republican says the investigation is an attempt to take over mesa county's elections hi Mike Rossio
How Did Biden Fumble Afghanistan?
"Morning glory america bones or high candidate. You hear at joined by jake. Sherman of punchbowl news on the most shameful day. I've been broadcasting in thirty years. Not the most shocking gay. That was nine eleven. This is the most shameful day for america that have been on the air in thirty years. Good morning jake how are you. How are you good. I wanna play for you. A number of reaction. Get your reaction your political reporter. I don't expect national security commentary from you. But i'd love your political commentary on various things that are said here is former secretary. Mike's state. Mike pompeo on with fox news with chris wallace yesterday cut number ten. He should be less focused on trying to a blame. It on someone else solving the problem of making sure that we protect and defend american security. Chris it's worth noting. This did not happen on our watch. We reduced our forces significantly. The taliban didn't advance on capitals all across afghanistan. So it's just a fact that this is happening under the bite administrations leadership now. Almost a quarter of a way into his first term. This is this is not the way leaders lead by pointing backwards. We had a bad deal. We inherited the jcp away. We got out of it. We secured america from the risk from iran. We inherited a horrible deal in syria. Where isis controlled real estate. This is of great britain. We crush them. Every president confronts challenges. This president confronted a challenging afghanistan. He is utterly failed to protect the american people from this challenge. Jake sherman. what do you think i mean. He's right right. I mean every president does a set of circumstances that are beyond its control And has to deal with them and i think that's there's no doubt about that. I mean listen the the the larger Question to me here. And this is going to be overarching. You is how did this happen. How how was. The united states is intelligent so flawed it's twins so app and it was exc- and even even so was executed so poorly.
World Asks 'Where's Joe?' While Shameful American Retreat Leaves Chaos Behind in Afghanistan
"We are absolutely devastated by the taliban seizing afghanistan and are is need to be wide open as the great ben dominant says this administration has failed and joe biden is silent. I gotta start there. Maybe we'll start with biden supporters. Maybe you didn't like trump's mean tweets. How's that working out for you. Maybe you didn't like the the bare knuckle style of donald trump. None of this happened under donald. Trump's watch there was a plan. I saw pompeo yesterday with chris. Wallace and it has completely imploded. The biden administration has imploded. And we've got to start right now with. Where is the president. I saw over the weekend. Where's joe is trending all weekend long. Where is joe biden. He's on vacation sitting in. They had a shot a still shot of him. Some big empty conference room looking at a blank. A bunch of monitors on the wall that was from the white house
How Poker Coach Chris Wallace First Got in the Game
"I started really hard for six months and Started playing online That was right when online started. I was planning like planet poker. Which is i think the first on a real real money website And was winning. As soon as i started Six months before. I had never played a hint of oldham in my life and and by the time that six months was up. I was making too much money to go to work. Now i would. I would make one hundred and fifty bucks a night. Driving cabin mc two hundred if i played poker instead so i could drive in cabin started playing poker and that was like nineteen or twenty years ago or something. That was my last job. It's funny how familiar. That sounds to me because i was younger than you. A decade younger but i was working applebee's nineteen and found poker and i took the theory of bucher oldham for advanced players. Because that's of course. That's where i would start because those books back then. Why wouldn't i start for advanced players. I'm obviously a smart person at nineteen and need the advanced version. I and super nobody wants to read a hold them for people who aren't good at broker. Well there was a poker for dummies. I think back then to I pass that up. Because i wanted to advance players And super system and every day. I would bring it to work and get to work an hour early and read and then i would stay in our after my shift and read more poker and with this just mindset of being held bent on being a professional booker player And that was all. I thought about and that was all right so i it just funny to me as i see myself in your story like it's just the the immersion the same books and just the mindset right.
Biden Visits Philly to Celebrate Amtrak, Promote Infrastructure
"President Biden wasting no time after this week's address before a joint session of Congress traveling to Philadelphia today to try and sell his spending proposals to the American people from jobs, the infrastructure, education and child care, the president's proposals will cost trillions. I spoke with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace about how the president will convince the public and Republican skeptics that it's all worth the hefty price tag. President the White House they've made a calculation. That because of all the money, and there were trillion dollar packages passed under President Trump in with the Republican Senate that that isn't a red line as much as it used to be in the past. And that there are would be greater acceptance for it. And, you know, look, you're talking about things that directly affect you're not bailing out Wall Street here. You're talking about money for community colleges money for four childcare. Having said that there's a lot of resistance from Republicans, especially to the tax increases and even some from more moderate. Democrats just that the enormous price tag So do I think they're going to pass something? Yes. Do I think they're going to pass the full $4? Trillion? No, probably not on those lines Criss. You had some high praise for the president's speech this week before a joint session of Congress, he said. It's going to be a popular speech with the American people. What did you think that and which people do you believe I could be happy with it? People who are getting something You know, I wasn't really saying that it would. The speech was good or bad. I just think as a political assessment, it's going to be popular, because basically what he's saying is, I'm going to give you a lot of stuff. $4 trillion with worth of stuff, whether, as I say it's child care or new bridges or You know, better airports or expanding broadband. And guess what? You're not gonna have to pay for it because big corporations and people making over $400,000 a year are are gonna have to
Sonos announces it's new Roam speaker
"Let sarah santos events ish. They announced a portable bluetooth speaker. Called the rome hundred sixty dollars. It's pretty cool. Yeah it's a uey boom with sonos logo. Very chris wallace because he likes scooped. The whole thing so like the element of surprise is like compared to the boom. It's got sun tech in it. You can also just like seamlessly move audio if your bluetooth thing it to that speaker you can move it to the rest of your center speakers which is cool. Yeah it seems like is about to dramatically expand this product line. Yeah you know it's funny. This is the first really portable sonos product like they had the move was at twenty thousand or something like that. But that was portable from like your kitchen to your porch. Nobody really is bringing that thing around. 'cause it weighs eleven pounds but this is boom sized thing so we're very familiar with that foreign factor. You throw it in a bag take into the park. You take it to the beach. Take it to a friend's house for whenever we can do that again. And like it's bluetooth speaker and then when you're home it's a wifi speaker in integrates with your wifi so system which is really bad so i think it's pretty cool. I think a lot of sonos customers have been wanting this for a long time. I don't know how many people outside of the sonos world will be interested in it but yeah that's a big question is is this going to be an entree into the living dishonest life or not. I love that. They may basically through every feature that i would ask for right. I'm like oh. What do i want to have bluetooth speaker with everything. Okay i google assistant. I want lexa. I want wi fi to connect to sonos. I want bluetooth. I want wireless charging office standard. She pat i wanted to charge a usb. And i don't want to be too big and i wanted to. You know have good sound like they just checked down the list. Like if i had to complain about the spec i would say that the the handoff feature uses like super super high frequency tones that nobody can hear instead of just using an ultra wide band. Or something like okay. Who cares that's really what's tv but a different kind of frequency. Anyway i mean really for for yeah. That's true so i like this thing. Is it worth seventy like. It will be for me. I think because i will. I have it integrated into my sonos system. I will say this in a question that only virtual would ask. We confirm that you cannot use surrounds versa. That's garbage. i take it all back. The only people who asked people care. But i personally loved the idea of putting my surrounds away. Bring you a so funny battery operated through. I don't think anybody else cares about that. It's true they've packed every feature into it. It's very competitive. I think that the idea that like most most days you don't get any value your bluetooth speaker right like it's just like at home. He put it in a closet. You take it out when you want to travel or like your house because it's part of senators. You might get a lot of value out of it. Might like keep it in your bedroom and use it there most days and then we want to leave up and go especially if you buy the charging dock but like patrick spencer. Good friend of our show give in to the yank protocol. He's like we're expanding. We're going to put this thing in stores. You might not expect like particularly outdoor stores looking towards that camping stores. They're moving to expand the product line out of its normal
Biden warns Iran to "be careful" after airstrikes in Syria
"President biden says he carried out the airstrikes in syria to protect american personnel. Politicians are now reacting to that decision. The chairman of the senate intelligence committee says president binds decision to launch an air strike against. Iran's proxy forces in syria was the right one. Virginia's other democratic senator. Tim kaine also weighing in saying the military action without congressional. Approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances. The two jets dropped seven laser-guided bombs destroying nine buildings used by iran's proxy forces on fox news sunday chris wallace asked white house press secretary. Jen psaki president biden was sending a message to iran. That talks about the us. Rejoining the nuclear deal. Can't happen if you troops are being attacked. T sending an unambiguous message that he is going to protect our men and women serving and our coalition forces. That's fox's lucas thomasson reporting meanwhile the biden administration says it remains open to talks with iran over the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal despite iran's rejection of an e you invitation to join a meeting with the us and other participants in the agreement a senior administration official says. The us is disappointed in the rejection but is flexible to the timing and format of the
10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers
"Jake. Seven dollars trey songz hundred and fifty dollars and someone named Kill boy is fifty bucks so there you go a bunch of wrappers on cameo just wanted to lay it down with some prices before we get into today's episode. We're going to do that right now. Ten questions unreal names famous rappers. Let's get into it here. We go it is real names of rappers time. Here's question number. one. Sean carter number one. Who is a rapper. Aka. sean carter number one and number two belka lease almonds are belka lease almonds are number three. Aubrey graham. who is that number three aubrey. Graham question number four. Christopher wallis number four christopher wallace and number five naseer jones naseer jones number six on ika meraj number six on onondaga mirage. Rapper number seven austin post number. Seven austin post anna berate dwayne carter junior number eight. Dwayne carter junior followed by number. Nine william drayton junior number nine to juniors in a row number nine william drayton junior and your last one number ten chancellor bennett chancellor bennett. Those are all of your real names of rappers. Let's see if you could decode who they were with their stage names. In just a second we are back with the real names of rappers number. One sean carter was none other than jay z. Rapper and mogul jay z. Sean carter throwing the diamond up number two belka lease elman. Czar cardi b. is the translation there cardi b. number three. Aubrey graham is drake from canada number. Three drake number four. Christopher wallace r.i.p. The dettori is b. I g number. Four chris wallace notorious. B i g number five naseer jones took the first three letters that name became. Now's a ass now's number. Six mirage is pretty close to nikki. Manosh that sounds like Like how my mom would be like. Yeah i saw that nikki massage. But she would get all wrong and she'd say mirage number six number. Seven austin post is post malone who i read got his name from online rap name generator which would be very interesting. Austin post post malone number. Eight dwayne carter. Junior is wayne lil wayne and number nine william drayton. Junior is flavor flav
The polls were wrong, is the system broken?
"A few days after election days, several US House races have you had to been to be decided as voting. Vote counts continue in tight races. But one thing is clear. Democratic hopes of expanding the majority in the U. S House did not happen. They lost seats to Republicans. Fox News anchor Chris Wallace called out pollsters for their quote really bad. 2020 presidential election, miss calling the industry Broken. On Fox News The daily briefing with Dana Perino on Thursday. Mr Wallace said, I wouldn't want to be in the polling business that just seems broken. Here's the exchange earlier. You know, polling. I wouldn't want to be in the polling business that it just seems broken. I don't know how you offensive We kept hearing in 2016. They were going to fix it that they had fixed it. It was really bad. This time. Wisconsin. One of the Poles said that Biden was ahead by 17 points. He wasn't on and you know the other big story of the night. Regardless of what happens for President is the big blow away? That wasn't even a big blue ripple look, looks not certain, but it looks like Republicans will hold on to the Senate on DH. Yes, Democrats will hold on to the House, but they'll of loss. It's not gain seat. So you know, if the Democrats win the presidency, they're going to feel okay about it. But the rest of the rice is it was not a particularly good night for Democrats.
Revisiting President Trump’s border wall promise
"Went and looked at the topics of the last presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Chris Wallace was the monitor. Here were the topics death and entitlement, immigration economy, Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. Immigration You know, in the entire first debate, no mention of immigration in this next debate that's coming up Thursday. No mention of immigration in the vice presidential debates, no mention of immigration. Why Well for two reasons, number one because the people support President Trump's policies on immigration and number two They've been a resounding success. So God forbid, we actually discussed them on the national stage. Joining us right now is the acting commissioner of U. S. Customs and Border Protection. Mark Morgan. Mr. Commissioner, you tell me, but I mean, that's my take on Why No one wants to talk about immigration right now. Wish the president would talk about it a little bit more, because it's really one of the great success stories. Look, I think what as the commissioner, I could agree more your spot on and look, this is been on enforcement of all time. And I'm here as acting commissioner CBP and I can tell you that this is a completely a political statement and the successes that we have achieved and we have achieved. A lot of them on the immigration front is directly related to this president. And this administration giving us the tools and the network of initiatives and policies. We need to address the threat. That's a fact and talk about I can validate that. And I can confirm that with his many statistics there you are your listeners need. Well, Let's start with one of them that I saw earlier today, and this, I think, is the most resounding one. You inherited a lot of broken policies the administration did with regard immigration and the worst of them all, was the catch him released policies. In fiscal year 2019 you had to release over 230,000 illegal aliens who had been apprehended this year, 1000. That's in incredible. And then no, no, nobody. Those this nobody hears about this Mark Morgan. They don't learn your listeners to think about that. Think of 230,000 down to 1000. And why did that happen Because of this administration what Congress and I've said this for for the last two years, I'll continue say Congress has continued to fail the American people by passing a single piece of meat, meaningful legislation that would address this crisis and what happened there. That this administration did. They gave us the network of policies and tools we needed. And that's just not happening. Give you fact NPP the migrant protection protocol. Mainly, I think most people know that to be remain in Mexico that policy that initiative alone where we get Mexico to join us. His true partners was one of the cornerstones to change an end catch and release. One of the biggest pull factors like they knew that they made it our borders. We were releasing him that has ended completely as because of this administration. Of course, the entire immigration policy that the president proposed when he was running. Was well down to one issue, and that was the wall and we know you know, whenever I mentioned it, I always say, you know, he said he'd build a wall. He also said that he would enforce our immigration laws as written, which is frankly, more important than the Waller just is important as well. But the wall means something. Give us the latest on this wall where it stands right now. Ah, again, you're spot on. So you did do your homework on this one for sure is that it is about the rule of law That was still Congress to you Don't like the laws change him. That's your job, And I tell people that come after us What he coming after after us for we're just enforcing the curtain along the laws of the book that Congress passed, you know, like him additional petitioning. And and picketing in front of Congress, Not men and women of law enforcement. And right now it gets all naysayers. They said. It couldn't be done. We're at almost 375 miles of new Wall system and we're still comfortable with and is here As promised. We're going to be at 450 miles of new Wall system. It has been a game changer, Don't you Don't trust me. Go out and talk to the men and women there on the front lines. Protecting this border and you ask them, they'll tell you the wall was significant tool to be able to perform theirjob. Can you describe it Just because I know that there's a lot going into the border wall and the and the barriers there. How important if you can judge it this way. Is the structure itself. A supposed to that that I know you've got this wide expanse of cleared out area where you can drive your vehicles up and down the border for apprehension purposes, And that's almost as important is it not, sir? It actually is. We called wake all access roads, and that's why this wall is so much more than just steel and concrete going in the ground, and that's one thing we've been trying to get out there. It's just not amount of words. When we say it's a wall system. It has integrated lighting, integrated technology, state of the art technology and access roads if you ask a lot of border regions In some areas. It will be a toss up between the steel in the ground that access road, but luckily they don't have to do to use because it is part of Wawel system. They're getting all what's very important to is the wall system. It's actually part of a larger multi layer strategy of infrastructure, technology and personnel. A lot of people hear about technology. Well, guess what. We're doing that too. We've got a considerable amount of technology that we're on the Southwest border. I always say we need it all, including the wall.
What was said in the Trump-Biden debate last night?
"Let's talk about what went down last night. Akilah quick first impression here. All right. So I was prepared for this debate to be just as annoying as the first one and generally speaking I don't think it was it was quieter and less interrupt. The mute button function was good for the majority of the first answers to the moderator's questions. By the end although senseless non sequiturs started creeping back in also say that the moderator last night Kristen Welker was way better like so far ahead of Chris Wallace several weeks ago you know she kept the candidates on topic she forged ahead with better more relevant questions whenever trump threatened to devolve into conspiracy theories and generally speaking she seemed comfortable being there. So that was the VIBE. But Gideon, let's talk about what trump did last night how would you describe what he had to say? Yeah I definitely agree that it was more toned-down but on the substance I, think trump still acts enlarge part like he's running into. Kept, trying to cast his opponent as a career politician and one who was corrupt he brought up that hunter suffer example, but it didn't quite and it was a little bit hard to follow, and that strategy allows him to evade questions about his own term as well as his vision for the future he failed for instance, offer coherent message on the biggest crisis of his presidency covert nineteen and he at times tried to make the Democratic ticket seem more to the left than it is trump. Seems to always have Bernie Sanders on the brain and several times. He came back to the same point about Biden being a longtime politician who hasn't gotten anything done. But there was at least one specific moment where the strategy failed and he pretty remarkable way by turn to the camera and said, the debate should be about the families of people watching and not what the two candidates were talking about and trump kind of fell into a trap with a terrible answer. Here's a clip of that. This isn't about there's a reason why he's. been up all this Malarkey. There's a reason for he doesn't WanNa talk about the the the substantive issues it's not about his family and my family it's about your family and your family's hurting badly if you're making less than if you're a middle class family, you're getting hurt badly right now you're sitting at the kitchen table this morning to decide what we can't get new tires their ball because we have. To wait another month or so or are we going to be able to pay the mortgage who's going to tell her? She can't go back to to community college there the decision making in the middle class families like I grew up in. Scranton claim they're in trouble we should be talking about your families but that's a last thing he wants to talk about I wanted to say I wanted to tell. Me What is it? Ten seconds Mr President go political stupid. Let's get off this China thing and then he looks the family around the table everything just a typical politician I see that's. Difficult politician. That's why I got elected that. Let's get off the subject of China let's talk around sitting around the table. Right come on Joe you. Okay. So if we're following the logic here, trump is coming off as saying I'm not a typical politician I don't care about your family. Almost. Literally, what he's getting at that moment along with one word trump backed away from raising the federal minimum wage were really out of sync with what's going on in the country among working families. So a Gila, what did you make of trump last night? So I mean personally, I'm not giving US seventy four year old man props for not screaming like an infant during a debate like he's been here long enough he I don't know how to act by now. But in terms of the content of his answers, there wasn't really much worth talking about like. You said trump didn't really WANNA talk about his record at all at one point. He did say that he takes responsibility for covert but then he immediately pivoted to the same old static about how everything is China's fault and other points he blamed. Democratic. Governors and criticized overall continued to downplay the virus saying that schools and businesses should fully reopen but he revealed no plan to deal with the spikes and infections. In fact, he claim that there is a vaccine that's ready and we'll be deployed in a few weeks wad squad we know
What If Trump Refuses to Concede?
"Lawrence Douglas era professor of law at Amherst. College Massachusetts you write for The Guardian and you've published a book called Donald Trump will he go about whether the president would actually step down if he loses. Interestingly. The rhetoric we're hearing now is an knew he was working from the same script in two, thousand and sixty, I can promise and pledge. To all of my voters and supporters. And to all of the people of the United States. Then I will totally accept. The results of this, great and historic. Presidential election. If I win. The remaining. When you started worrying about what you're hearing? will extinct many Americans pretty gobsmacked by the last presidential debate that he conducted with Hillary Clinton. Chris Wallace said, will you accept the results? No matter. What do you make the same until you will absolutely sir that you will. Accept the result of this election and I think trump just kinda refused to admit I will look at it at the I'm not looking at anything now I look at it at the time, and then for swallowed pushed him a little harder in that and trump threatened the tourist the answer I will tell you at the time I'll keep you in suspense. I remember watching that in gang Wow that's an astonishing thing to hear the candidate of a major party say and I have to say at the time I also thought, wow, he's finished. You cannot. You cannot refuse to accept electoral results match just kind of attacking norms of constitutional democracy. So I kind of thought at the time that he was. His own coffin shot. A so much for my prognostications, but even when he won they theme continued from him didn't it guess it did in fact, right after his election I actually started writing as a contributing opinion writer to the garden in the very first piece I wrote was about his claim that he had in fact won the popular vote as well except for the fact that there were these three to five million phantom illegal voters he stated that before I think he stated his concerns of voter fraud and and People voting illegally during the campaign, and he continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence that people have to him. Press Secretary Sean Spicer doubling down on the president's claim, but repeatedly unable to point to evidence that backs up the charge that has been debunked by Republicans and Democrats alike, and in this piece that route from the garden I really tried to ask what are the politics behind it claim like that I mean not only did he threaten dispute the outcome of the election if? He lost his disputing the outcome of an election that he want. But if in four years time, he trotted out a similar type of argument not to for the purposes of challenging his loss in the popular vote. But challenging his lost the Electoral College vote The damage this system should be hard to exaggerate. Okay. Say Things feel quite different this time because in the run up to this election, he basically got asked that same question again didn't he and he responded similarly you commit to making. Sure. That there's a peaceful transfer of power after the election going to have to see what happens. You know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are a disaster. We WanNa make sure the election is honest and I'm not sure that it can be i. don't I. Don't know that it can be on top of that. He's a lot to say about the workings of the election itself what is his argument and how much does it change now that he's the incumbent president Well. For one thing, he has spent the last three and a half years telling the American people that our electoral system is unreliable, which again is kind of unprecedented act in American history and what trump has done is he's kind of created this heads I win tails you lose situation in which the only way that the system can demonstrate its legitimacy is if he wins and if he loses well, that's simply becomes proof of what he's been saying all along. We having in yesterday's episode that Donald Trump is really hitting out at the postal system. And in particular state Sir automatically send out mail-in ballots voters. Why politically focusing on this issue There's a particular demographic that we need to pay attention to. These mail in ballots a recent poll indicated I. think that around twenty to twenty, five percent of. Trump's supporters intend to vote by mail in pallets that compares to about fifty five to sixty percent of Biden voters who are going to vote Mallon ballot. So we can see that trump is kinda tactically trying to discredit votes that are gonNA, break against him and very, very unfair to our country. If, they do this, our country will be a laughing stock all over the world because everyone knows it doesn't work how many ballots is sending in California's exit twenty, eight million or some massive number. Other states are sending out millions and millions of ballots I don't WanNa. See a crooked election. This election will be the most rigged election and history
"chris wallace" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Yes. Thanks for taking my call. Russia appreciated. You bet. I echo your frustration with Chris Wallace last night. I think he showed his true anti trump colors. What would even maybe frustrating mark. That's possible is that either Sean nor Laura Critique Chris Wallace last night. A couple of the guests did well, I mean, they already expect, and there've been Fox News Channel, and he is one of their colleagues. And he hosts Fox News Sunday that that that that it's understandable to me. Yeah, but this was more frustrating that you know, they always say they're faring balance, but they couldn't go that extra mile critiquing Chris Walton. I didn't know it, but it doesn't happen. I mean, you don't on NBC. You don't You don't hear anybody ripping Chuck Todd for screwing up on meet the press this past Sunday or ah ripping and Savannah Guthrie for wearing the wrong color lipstick on the Today show. You just you don't you? Don't you don't see people on The same network ripping, and in fact, this is one of the things it's always amazed me about radio radio. On the other hand, People on a single radio station will try to destroy each other. I mean, literally will you'll have the afternoon guy ripping into the morning guy or the midday guy usually admit that guy. I have to meet me. I mean, it's they're famous for it. And these rivalries that exist and the radio stations promoted, but you just don't see it in news divisions. Either broadcaster cable. And look, I needed to issue a caveat here. I'm not. I haven't changed. In any way, the affection I have for Chris Wallace. It matters to me that he is treated me with fairness and respect every time I go on the show. And it's It's even funny. He asks me. To tell you to not get mad at him. When he interrupts me that he's got to interrupt me that keep things going. It's a limited amount of time and sometimes he's got interrupt me and he always wants me to tell you not to get mad at him for doing that. And I, and I always do. But my appearing on Fox News Sunday is not anywhere near the equivalence of a presidential debate. I may never get to guys Seeking the presidency and you couldn't have a greater Contrast in the options. That are available and I think whatever happens on the stage where there's a debate, the debate should happen. Anyway. I appreciate I appreciate the call Glenn. But that does not surprise me that that you wouldn't see criticism on the Fox news channel because they don't want to Brooke that and they don't want that. To break out and become a daily occurrence across platforms on the network. It makes it business wise. It makes no sense anyway. It literally makes no business sense. Barb in Rodney, Michigan, you're next. It's great to have you on the IIB network. Hi. Green from Michigan rush, where he hoped to be a red state sewn. Yeah, that would be great. That would be great. You know, Watching the debate was, you know, made your eyes wanna bleed, but Chris Wallace set the pace with that first question about taxes. And don't tell me he didn't know that that $750 was the fee for an extension, not what he paid. He might not have known. I don't know. If if I know within the new well, you see, there we go. We're making the assumption that people in the news business no more than you do. Don't make that assumption. Well, in any case, he still was doing a hit job. Well, I understand your point. He was debating the president and he's not a candidate. What was he doing? Debating the president, right? That's your point, right? And he knew that the tax question being first. What's going to make. It was gonna push some of Trump's buttons. And yet he wouldn't let Trump bring in Hunter Biden. Cutting down every time he tried to say something about 100 bite. Oh, yeah, That's the way they were. They were gonna strike candids family members here. Yeah, I I understand why you'd be sensitive to all that. Look, I wish I had more time. But I don't. This is one. I can't move. Barb. I appreciate the call, but I got to go to the most powerful name and talk radio rush..
"chris wallace" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You in the course of these four years have never come up with a comprehensive plan to replace Obamacare. And just this last Thursday, you signed a largely symbolic executive order to protect people. With pre existing conditions five days before this debate, So my question, sir, is what is the trump Healthcare plan? Well, first, so I guess I'm debating you, not him, but that's okay. I'm not surprised. Let me just tell you something that because nothing symbolic I'm cutting drug prices. I'm going with favored nations, which no president has encouraged to do because you're going against Big Pharma. Drug prices will be coming down 80 and 90%. You could have done it during your 47 year period in government, But you didn't do it. Nobody's done it. Notice the way that Chris Wallace frames that question. You didn't do this. You didn't do that. Largely symbolic. These air analytic judgments in the question when he's saying it was a largely symbolic. Okay, Well, that's that's just Chris Wallace, his opinion man. But it's meant to box trump in and put him on defense with a question about health care, which Democrats still believe is their single other than Cove. It and Trump's a racist. They're their best line of attack against the president. Why would Chris Wallace do that? What? What's the point of Clearly favoring one side. Well, I think we all know the answer. I'm rhetorically asking why you would do it, but really the worst. The worst thing that I saw last night and I got to get this out of the way. Was What Chris Wallace went on to do on the issue of white supremacists and and Charlottesville and that whole the way the left still tells that story about what Trump said. You can't think that Chris Wallace Didn't know what he was doing. You're listening to the Buck Sexton show on the most powerful name and talk talk radio 6.
"chris wallace" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Chris Wallace. Moderates figure STAKES Feature of America Chris Wallace moderates The first presidential debate September 29 P. M. Eastern on Fox News Channel. America is watching. Home stretch. It's the guy Benson Show the gun. Actually, quite a lot of feedback on our home stretch is this week. A friend texted me yesterday about Papa. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, Go back podcast is free guy Benson show dot com and then Christine in a previous home stretch. It talked about a supposed that near death experience. Involving a pit bull. In the street shoes on her walk. She ran into oncoming traffic. She was so scared of the dog that seems like a rational Reaction and What some people picked up on and I had also made mention of this on the air. Christine basically forced a stranger to stop his car and let her into his car because he was afraid of the dog. And the guy drove her and drop her off. Talked about how she could have been abducted. I had a whole Liam Neeson joke. Not having a very particular set of skills. Christine proceeded in the telling of this story. I forget the guy's name, I think was Andre. She was then, like nagging him. She's like, Well, he's saved my life, quote unquote by letting this crazy random stranger into his car while she was shrieking that she starts looking around, she like as a little messy in here, so she starts criticising Andre on national radio. Over the cleanliness of his car. And people were like, Wow, that is, That's an interesting choice by Christy and I'm like, Yeah. In fact, it made me think, like, Let's say producer Christine somehow God. Hoodwinked into taking a special tourist trip for a special discount. To Asia. And then it turns out she gets to Asia and it's North Korea. And then producer Christine gets detained by the Kim regime. Now a sudden she's a hostage. Right? So you've got the Trump administration Robert O'Brien, Mike Pompeo, Everyone's trying to get producer Christine back. And they're making her read. All of these hostage videos, right Denouncing America, saying Christmas decorations should only go up on the 15th of December. All this stuff that's really antithetical to her beliefs. And then There's all this work done. A rescue mission is launched. They're able to get her release she gets on the plane. With like, you know, the top national security officials who secured her release. And she looks around. She's like, Oh, you know. I don't think these air life flat seats. To go. This the booze list is a little wanting. I was hoping for some Pumpkin Spice FACA. And you don't have it. Never mind right. It's like who Who does that? You should just be so overwhelmed with gratitude. You shouldn't be Vickie Wright and complaining, Christine, Do you feel bad about that? On behalf of Andre? I don't know. That's how my brain works. I'm grateful for Andre. I mean, he works by the way in quotes I'm putting quotes around the word works, but go on. Uh, I'm grateful to him. He potentially saved my life. We're not really sure I could have had a pretty big damage to a leg. Limon arm, you know. It was not a food food dog, but I have to say like If I was Andre like a moment like that, you never know what's gonna happen Exactly. You better have your car and ship shape so that if a streaking lunatic demands to enter your car At a moments notice in the middle of the street. You need to impress them when you're doing them this supposedly lifesaving favor, so I got a few. Ah few notes on that one. Christine. So here's a new a new argument. A new crusade that you want to take up. And in this case, you are teaming up with Rick Scott and Marco Rubio, both U. S senators that Florida both have been on this program. They have new legislation that would keep the United States on daylight savings time. Into November there tagging this to the pandemic, But this seems like every year, there's a fight somewhere about making daylight savings time permanent. There's reasons for it, and I don't quite understand the reasons against it. I really don't care about this issue. I'm sure some people do. I'm sure there are coaching arguments. I just I can't get Excited about any of them. But you are very much on board for this. Do you happen to know what bad is? S a D dad. I'm in. Now Bobby's life. I'm not sure Go on. It's called seasonal affective disorder, and it's something that happened to a lot of no, no, no, don't laugh. No, I'm laughing at your gas. Go on. Do you understand what seasonal depression is? No, that's a that's a real thing. Yes, that I have. I have bad. I no idea. I mean, I haven't gone to a doctor about it. I know you can or you. Frances, Seattle based radio host joins.
"chris wallace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Channel. Chris Wallace had the president of the United States Donald Trump for a full hour. And they will back and forth. I mean, they were throwing bombs at one another, not just jabbing, throwing palms back and forth back in force. I don't think we'll ever see a debate. Like we saw yesterday when Joe Biden finally agreed to one he couldn't keep up with that kind of pace. I mean it Wass Gatling gun style. And it's going to give all of you an opportunity, listening throughout the tri state area and beyond some of you on terrestrial radio, some ofyou and streaming audio some of you on the W A. B c. AP To make a determination of how the president did. Seems so far from everybody that I spoke to. It's like split card. You know if you AH, referee you know the referee tosses in with the judges at ringside and it seems like no decision. Although I can't believe that I mean they were, they would throw in leather at one another. In fact, let's start it off with Chris Wallace on the mortality rate. Involving Corona virus victims in the United States versus the world. But Sir, we have the seventh highest mortality rate in the world are mortality rate is higher than Brazil. It's higher than Russia and the European Union has us on a travel bag. I think what we'll do what we have them in the travel ban to Chris, I close them off. If you remember I was the one that did the European Union very early. But when you talk about mortality rates, I think it's the opposite. I think we have one of the lowest mortality rate from the way we had 900 Cats in a single day. We will take this week ready. You can check it out. He's get me the mortality rate. Caylee's right here. I heard we have one of the lowest maybe the lowest mortality rate anywhere in the world. You have the numbers place. Because I heard we had the best mortality rate..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Very competitive combative tone and I don't remember anything when Obama was president that was really like that Dr Paul and we watched most of it, but it was interesting how Fox produced that segment. They would give you a section where Chris Wallace would interview president trump, and then they would cut from the interview and show some things on their own screen fact, checking the president as As they went. That seems unprecedented to me. Unusual I do WanNa mention, though before we go further that being a Monday we will be thinking are super chat participants at the end of today's show. These are people that kick in a few dollars during the week as part of the super chat to help us keep the show going. We're deeply grateful for those people, but it was. Was An interesting interview, and as you point out trump. Maybe he's watching the show. You never know, but he's said what. We've been pounding the table saying for weeks now all of a sudden it's it's hase's instead of death that they're counting. Because deaths went like this which they continue to do with very very minor fluctuations but cases now because they are ramping up the testing. Have increased quite a bit, but what they call cases are not traditionally. Call cases. You feeling sick, you go to the doctor. The doctor tests you. You got a case of the flu. You got a case of the mumps. You've got a case of this. Trump pointed out in the interview when when when walls was being so combative, he said. Most people are getting better in a day. They're young people these cases. We're not seeing what we saw. and. It was his attempt to blame the whole thing on the president. There's trust me. There's plenty that we blame on the president, but it was an interesting exchange. Absolutely, it wasn't. It caused a lot of people. Have a headline here. I want to read and get a comment from you. is not urges governments to be as forceful as possible on mask rules well, it's been a lot of force being used sometimes you don't know who the most forceful. Sometimes people can't figure it out. Because sometime a suggestion becomes the law of the land, and you can have all kinds of things happen to you. There is the social pressure to put on. That's might be the strongest thing. Your neighbors and your friends are saying. What are you doing? Yeah, but. She's been on both sides of this issue. He said it was you know doesn't do anything, but now be as forceful as possible forces for as forceful as possible by government guests my. Dander up. That's exactly the opposite of protect people's Liberty. Let them figure things out. That's what we need now. When someone in his position, unfortunately it's. It's undeserved that he's so respected. Because we know a little bit about his history, we've talked about it on the program is history with HIV and other things, but when he says that officials should be as forceful as possible. He may not mean this way, but to me. It sounds like. The police are out there. The roughing you up. You've got people yelling at you. I saw an article on Yahoo yesterday. It's okay to yellow. People who don't have a mask on. It's okay to harass them, but this is the funny thing..
"chris wallace" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And again in the Chris Wallace when he set about trump in the media in the next half hour I got to react to that holding contacts and get back to the phones here to Portland Oregon next Tony I'm glad you waited Sir hello they rush to happy Friday to you thanks for taking my call yes Sir yeah a couple five three we are one run by a president trump by nature is entrepreneurial he's always had a knack for scene need or opportunity and is driven by just creating and building answers or solutions and I I think the other day and long going after over time here basically fighting back against false information false narratives accusation basically fake news you ever think you would consider when he's out of office after another four years starting his own cable news network I think it's I think it's possible I think it's possibly what yes you could even call it the perfect the NRP could call it CNN trump news network everything else is fake news you know well it does it'll have trump in it and the and the and the I come along will be gold trump network trump real knows T. R. and T. dot TFM trump no fake nose yeah I've never known anybody I've never been the best network to December vandal be news done better than anybody's ever don't be perfect will be perfect now is Sean Hannity will host from twelve noon to nine PM exactly I've never known anybody in the market that has had such an impact no it's three PM to midnight is what I meant Sean Hannity from three PM to midnight with guest appearances by Shep Smith were every lives for a while what else are you gonna say or so you know I was the thing that in my lifetime rushed I I've I've never seen a person have such that's why he might do it I wouldn't be surprised and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK telephone is up to the light.
"chris wallace" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Okay I'm Chris Wallace we're going to have to a Chris Wallace segment every day on the show Chris Wallace to set yet to set a live television Boris Johnson was not the most popular person in the world do he just crossed labor in the west result for labor since nineteen fifty five well miss well since I was a seven year old kid in England living under Margaret Thatcher Chris please stop right now blimey I need help in the real world you might enjoy Chris take your calls Jimmy line one Brooklyn welcome to America because to me great show you know we usually hear about ask the American people you better off now than you were four years ago and of course the answer is yes I think the more interesting question is asked the drug cartels you better off than you were four years ago there that's good how to write these down so first the you said the cop tells of a better off who's next esta Muslim terrorists are you better off now than four years behind these better off I love it S. the Russians you better off now the four years ago who else right right are are you better off now than four years now now what did you come up with this did you read this I love this alright come up I've been studying this stuff for half a century man this this is my life this is what I do line though yes you're the guy who was comes and collectors us about the communist history that we've all forgotten this is superb I'm gonna quote Jimmy in Brooklyn this is forget about how well we don't forget celebrate how well we've done as Americans but how does Russia during the jihadis doing other cartels doing house trying to doing I have one disagreement with you Jimmy what's that Russia Russia is not doing well we've killed that most reason Syria with squeezing men's shoes is simple with used to say on NYPD Blue when it comes to energy however you know one thing that Russia is laughing all the way to the bank about that laughing about what the Democrats their allies yes in here impeachment you got it Jimmy salute the prices go up as a great great cold I'm gonna quote you're gonna write something inspired by Jimmy from Brooklyn that's why we have the best coals in talk radio canton Georgia line three welcome can Hey thanks Sebastian subject to my call I have a question for you guards to the swap people are I wonder once I started rambling the web that is all of the Russia hopes and you know the impeachment stuff do you really think they're gonna go all the way up to Mr bomb I missed playing where all of this stuff will lead to are they going to do what they've already done which is find some low level lawyer blame it all on I find it very hard to believe can if I look at the reputation of William bomb and Joan Darrah that they're gonna do what Horowitz stated that the just gonna punted the fact that it's flipped from an administrative review to criminal investigation is huge and I think I think it's absolutely it's so significant remember what what what we heard foot more than a year with with the IG reports it's coming it's going to be it's coming it's gonna be and it was always a delay delay delay this week thank you let me let me finish up this week Eiji bar actually told us way in the US attorney d'armes investigation is going to go public that's you don't get that unless they know they have the goods and the issues that working I the fact that he said sprint late spring early summer you're going to know the details that is massive my friend truly massive well I'm hoping so because they're American justice is supposed to be blind but if these guys at the top get off then there's two justices on systems one for me and one for them and so I I agree I agree but but full faith my look I've also on the show live without rehearsal I've lost the the the most hard bitten cynic coal Sirius truth tellers on the show about Bon about dar repeatedly and whether it's John Solomon whether it's yesterday Joe if you didn't want you guys you need to watch a full hour listen to do it Joe to Jennifer and Victoria Toensing in studio on all of these issues and then Chris Farrell for senior Sirius counter intelligence officer in the US army put bad guys away every single one of those persons said have faith you've got to have faith because if anybody's going to root out and charge people with felonies it's Eiji bomb that it is the US attorney darn so can I understand the frustration but justice yeah look I I I it's it's it's hard to remind yourself of this but it's important to remember and it's in my book it's it's a bonus chapters the interview with the president I also the tough question I said what's the biggest mistake you've made all what's the thing that you would have told yourself for two years ago he said my biggest mistake it was disastrous was making Jeff sessions Attorney General nice guy not up to the job for three years he was absent without leave what happened it took until February of this year it can to get a real Attorney General and he's a honey badger so we only had ten my nine months of Attorney General but they are working day in and day out and the fact that he gave a long interview a long interview right off the Attorney General of the IG report drop saying there are much bigger issues than what you found is the real deal god bless you can thank the caller will go back to calls don't go anywhere Fred breath Nick but William the number is eight three three three three goal because.