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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
Key takeaways from the final presidential debate
"Presidential debate went off without a hitch with President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden not talking over each other in a particular tale that eruptions this time the commission on Presidential Debates announced Trump in Biden. We each have his microphone cut off at certain moments in deaf team coverage at 9 31. CBS News Special Report for a country in the grips of a pandemic Corona virus played center stage in the debate, The president said a vaccine could be ready by the end of the year by time line's going to be more right cured. I don't know that they're counting on the military the way I do, but we have our generals lined up one in particular, that's the head of logistics. Joe Biden pointed out, the more than 223,000 who have died nationwide. Anyone is responsible for not taking control. Fact not saying I'm take no responsibility initially. Anyone is responsible for that Money desk should not remain as president of the United States of America. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn. This was a more civil debate, but it was still contentious. It was a more substantive debate, but they still talked around too many issues. Bottom line is this each wanted to make their closing arguments about themselves and their opponents. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo John catch director of debate at Vanderbilt University, was pleased that the two candidates remain calm and were able to present their arguments and uninterrupted. As for the moderator, Kristen Welker, Koch had high praise for her. One of my complaints about moderators usually is they don't allow engagement or back and forth because they want to get through all the questions. They prepared, so I'll commend her on doing a good job of leading engagement happened, allowing back and forth happing, allowing both candidates task questions of each other, and I don't think she got through all of her questions. The last segment seemed relatively shorter. Wendy than the other. So I'll commend her on, you know, letting the actual debate and information engagement play out Naturally. Fox News Chris Wallace, who moderated the first debate that completely came off the rails tweeted out. First of all, I'm jealous. I would like to have moderated that debate.
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
Commission on Presidential Debates cancels second debate
"The political front. We did when we officially are now not going to have a presidential debate is I understand. Yeah, The Miami debate is off, which it was going to be virtual anyway because the commission on presidential debates had some concerns over the president's Corona virus status. He said he wasn't going to do a virtual debate s O. The commission basically said they were taking the debate and going home. And that leaves one on the table in Nashville on the 22nd. That, as of now is on, it would be the same format as what we saw in Cleveland. Where Chris Wallace more or less lost control of the asylum right off the bat. So if they do have that one still, I would look for some rule changes to try and keep things under control.
Mr. Vice President, she's speaking: How Kamala Harris beat the stereotypes during her historic VP debate
"So let's talk about the debate for a second before we get paid news what were your thoughts? I. Mean I enjoyed it is. Is this amazing to me that the vice presidents who debate comes off his more presidential than actual? Got It. You know what? I'm saying I presidential debate with more presidential. Presidential debate you know what? I mean like either one of those people on stage last night with make a better president than than the one we have now, which isn't saying much but but I also feel like last night represented like the future and the past like I just think old white male leadership is dead and when you watch it on TV, you can just see the clear contrast like it's time to let a black woman lead country the same way black we wouldn't have been leading our lives forever at least mine. Yeah. I would say I would say that I I would also say that pence surprise me. I thought he was going to get washed I don't think he got washed last night I'm going to get washed Iowa surprise with his rebuttals. I was surprised the way he spoke I was surprised the way he drove home. really surprise I didn't like the moderator I. I think the moderator allow pets to talk all over my I felt like what you just like the old white man just was able to do what he wanted to the white man white man when commonly Harris was speaking she was. She was like just let this just talk for three minutes. You can't give me fifteen seconds but I didn't lie too hard on the moderator though I think too hard on the modern make often like we need to cut the mic he kept going Bro I. Yeah. But that's what I'm saying like, what do you do in a situation like that? If you had a moderated and you're trying to direct traffic in this white man just talking over you just like the other way talk over Chris Wallace last week what he's was different when commonly went over her time like she stopped. She stopped. Stopped might she tried to stop Mike Pence? Vice President Vice President. He didn't act like he heard he just kept exactly because he the white man white man comma was Carmello was being resp- still trying to be respected she's trying to. Toronto follow a rule that she was trying to be respectful. Even though she no, she was getting hard time taken away from her she was still trying to be respectful. Was You know she got? She got she got something that might pence doesn't have and that's I would say integrity and respect for others. I pinch.
Sen. Chris Coons believes John McCain and John Lewis each left us an urgent message
"Chris coons welcome back to the PODCAST. Great to be on with you again. Jonathan. Let's start with the debate between president trump and vice president biden in Cleveland. You were there in preparation for a column that I wrote about the debate was looking for pictures as saw a picture in our system of you sitting in the audience in a mask and the look on your face even in the mask told a story talk about what it was like being at that debate in also given what we know. Now, what was it like being at the debate? Look it was bad enough with what we knew at the time Chris Wallace is someone I respect as a tough interviewer as a capable moderator. Struck, that from the literal opening sentence president trump was bullying him was insulting the audience was razzing in her racing. The former vice president did not in any way at any moment recognize or respect the rules that he agreed to. For this debate, I've been an elected official. Twenty years have been active in politics thirty. I've been to my share of rough and tumble debates particularly at local campaigns and I've had my share of unconventional onus but that was unbelievable. It was simply awful to sit through the rush the raw force of the negative aggressive insulting interrupting. Energy directed by President Trump at former vice president, Biden and the audience and our country in the world. One of my sons immediately following the debate texted me. They must be cheering in Russia and China the team of us that were out there to do sort of post debate spin rapid response for the Biden campaign were just silent as a group for minutes. Afterwards, it was really hard to endure. So Joe Biden Dr Jill Biden former second lady Joe Biden was about ten feet to my left and Mark Meadows and Don Jr. about ten feet to my right. And it was striking that they all walked in unmasked and sat there without masks through the entire thing even as staff person, I think a staff physician from the Cleveland. Clinic. Came around and try to get them to wear masks and it was striking to me at the time just how sweaty. Read how angry trump seemed through the whole thing. Later, when we learned that he was infected with Covid, nineteen may well have been covered positive for that debate. It added a layer of the and seriousness to the fact that he was literally yelling at Joe Biden for ninety minutes from a few feet away. I. Got Tested twice actually once rapid s one. The PTR test both negative, and then waited and waited hoping in until we got a negative test confirmation for a joe and Joe Biden there's now a covid nineteen outbreak at the White House that has infected I think at last count twenty one people including senators, senior members of the president's team as well as president trump and first lady Melania trump staff. Of the White House reporters and they are still refusing to do even the most minimal contact tracing ordered to publicly embrace a relevant public health standards. So what was already a horrifying experience being in the room for that debate? Then over the next week has sort of turned into a slow rolling horror as the president has made his own covert infection into. A piece of political theater and is now being replayed on cable shows all day a proudly taking off his mask and recording. Then re recording his triumphant reentry still infected to the white. House. I I was gobsmacked at the visual of Marine One swooping in to MED EVAC the president of the United. States to a military hospital then three days later watching this. One swoop back in and take him back to the White House for this cinematic return even though he is infected even though once he climbed all those stairs, you can see him gasping for air you have been in public life for more than twenty years you are on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. You travel around the world and talk to world leaders in this statesman position that. You're in how do you even explain this to the world if you can well Jonathan I, you know, I, do think it's important that Joe. Biden Joe Biden and the whole Biden campaign team step back they took down attack ads. They publicly expressed their concern, their prayers for the president first. Lady and their health as did I as did most liberal leaders in our country president trump. Does. Get absolutely world class healthcare. He was whisked by Marine One helicopter from the fortress like White House to a dedicated wing at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. There is a dedicated presidential sort of sweet over there and he was treated with a cocktail of the most cutting edge treatments that your average American doesn't even have access to the combination of the widely used disappear with the. Less, widely used steroid that's commonly applied for those who are in some distress and a new monoclonal antibody treatment that's not yet approved for general use and he comes back saying several days later. Oh I feel better than I've ever felt better than twenty years before there's nothing to be afraid of don't let this virus room in your life. He even said that he thinks he's immune. I mean. He is the world's leading source of. About this pandemic and has inspired imitators from the president of Brazil to things said and done by Putin who declared that he had a effective vaccine before there was any stage three clinical trials, donner results released.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"That, it kind of becomes noise. It's interesting to hear you characterize the president in that way I think I'm probably not alone in maybe being a little bit surprised in in hearing the president characterized in those terms. When you look at the presidential election this year, we're told that it is the most consequential election ever taking place in the United States. It is undoubtedly taking place in a moment that is without precedent. Does this feel like this is a consequential election for you in the context of all the election races that you've covered throughout your career so far? Yes. No is the answer. No. In the sense that I think every election that I've covered since I started doing this in nineteen eighty with Reagan and Carter people have said this is the most important election of our lifetime. It's really become a play shy and I vividly remember people saying this about trump and Clinton for years ago. There was something in your question now, which I will agree with when you said not that it's we've not had one that has happened in these circumstances. Well, we'd had them in pretty dire circumstances in the midst of wars in the midst of economic. Collapses but twenty, twenty in my. Long experience is a pretty special and challenging year we had this terrible pandemic. A painful economic collapse we've got serious racial tensions we've had each does not so much the pandemic, but certainly economic issues and racial tensions in the past I'm not sure we've ever had all three at the same time. So this does feel more consequential than other elections and return to the debate you moderated between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in twenty sixteen. I think you described it at the time as being very adversarial neither candidate shook hands before the debate began that's a bit of a convention these for these things pre Kovic at least do you think that we're going to see a similarly adversarial mood playing out this time around as well? Yes in terms of these two candidates. I started covering presidential politics in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty with the Reagan Carter election and that and subsequent elections said generally been about what direction the country should go in right or laugh liberal or Conservative this election both for the candidates in terms of how they framed it and how voters seem to be responding to would. Warrant choice between. Good and ban the way donald trump or trays it. The country's GonNa go to hell under Joe Biden. It'll. It'll to be the country as we know it I think in his acceptance speech he trump basically about the American dream being St. Joe Biden has done very much. The same here said decencies on the ballot characters on the ballot democracy is on the ballot. So when you've said that it's it's a lot more than a difference over tax policy. It's really a difference about who is going to be good for the country and who's going to be bad for the country. So I expect. The debates and the entire campaign to be very combative and as far as an shaking I'm not sure that would happen under any circumstances given the public health rules. In fact, I wonder. Whether. Donald Trump will go. To Joe Biden to try to shake his hand in the beginning just to throw him off because obviously the president has not been nearly as is observed and of public health rules as Vice President Biden has been and that's one of the joy of being on the stage is. There's all the things you plan for, and then they're all the things that just surprise you that each candidate has has gamed out with their styles. That comes back to the idea of listening the you mentioned earlier that you have to be whether you're a moderator or interview totally present. In the company of the person that you're speaking to totally aware of things that are happening even if they're that flashing by breakneck speed and knowing when to respond and how to respond in a split moment. Yes, and and that is actually one of the things that's most challenging. But I will say was I found most invigorating about moderated debate is that your and this is true of any live interview but on a debate in presidential debate, it's on steroids. You know you're you want to keep the conversation going you're thinking about, what's the the next subject, but also staying absolutely in the moment and trying to decide to pick up on that go I, let it go no matter how well you have prepared the real onus is on you to make the right split time decisions. Well Chris Thank you so much for making time for us on the big into today. It's been an absolute pleasure to meet you and talk to you. Well, thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed this and I must say take us through what you will. You're very good interviewer. I will treasure that through Chris.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"A presidential debate? Quite different than being an interviewer because it's a debate and you're there as the moderator, the referee and it's like being the referee prizefight, they're the two combatants and you're there to just make sure it's a good fair fight and so one of the things that I. I thought then and I have thought even more sense is it's not about you that the best moderator is when the debate is over that people say you know who moderated that debate I can't even remember then you've done a good job because to the degree that you inter- interfere or step in or intrude in the debate you have. Not Done, what you're supposed to do it's a very different. Interview with is you and the subject but a debate is the two of them debating and you're simply trying to facilitate the conversation I. Think unless you will. Then it'd be pretty hard too much for anyone exactly what it's like to be sitting in not seats on your own in front of the two people vying to be the president of the most powerful country in the world. Did you feel exhilarated while you're sitting there how how nerve wracking was it because I can't really quite begin to imagine what an experience that must be like expected that you asked us I've been thinking about it so I've done. Almost everything in the business I covered Ronald Reagan for six years I've interviewed foreign leaders been all over the world not blase I get still get excited but you know I've had those experiences to suddenly be a moderator of a general election debate and it was twenty days before the election. So twenty days later, one of these people on the stage is going. To be the next president was something I had never done before and while I went about it the way I go about my business, which is intense preparation and sort of games like wealthy says this Oughta, why where do I, take the debate? There were moments when the task ahead of May and the stakes were overwhelming and I would get huge waves. Of anxiety and then you'd come down and go about your business but I remember the night of the debate and the heads of the debate commission were talking to three minutes before the debate was going to start an I was. Standing in the wings just off stage and I looked up and I sad, dear, Lord literally. I've never done this before her I said. Dear Lord. If you get through the next ninety minutes I will never ask you for anything. So. Then I walked down and in the audience you know on one side are bill and Chelsea Clinton in the audience on the other side or Melania and Ivanka trump. was kind of somebody who's done everything. It was a democratic debate I. Sat there you had a couple of minutes as they were preparing. Just sort of get your legs onto the moderators desk and the debate began I read the teleprompter and and they both came out, and we a remember the first couple of questions. Maybe the first five minutes that I heard this voice asking questions and I kept thinking who is now It was may of course, but it was an out of body experience. But about five minutes in to this ninety minute debate I thought. I can handle this I. I've done this all my life, and then I had a challenging intense but very good time for the rest of the debate. And in terms of the idea of keeping things not tied to a script. I'm thinking of your interview that you did with the president in July this year and I wonder how you prepare for an interview like that with this president particularly. You know I don't know I can't say that it's so different than it is then preparing for an interview with any President I will say in one sense, it's easier with Donald trump and that's because. He uses the same lines and same facts over and over whether they're true or not. So. In a sense, it's easier to prepare because you kind of know. What he's GonNa. Sigh and that's a huge advantage to an interviewer. If you know when I asked this question, here's what he's GonNa say particularly, if you think it's not true that you can be. Well Versed and have the facts right and son of you to challenge. That wasn't what you go in to do but it's not like you know some people they'll suddenly a the sky is rain and they'd never said it before you haven't been prepared to. Challenge why the Sky Crane and so it comes out of the. Forgive me the blue. But with the president, you kind of know what arguments is GonNa make, which makes it a little bit easier to prepare for the. But how'd you keep you know you want to ask on track when for example, the series advances you've been getting maybe slightly off the script that you'd imagine in your mind that they would be how do you keep sight of what you want to get over all from the into the acids and folding? So the question the answer is you you don't you pick your fights and there are certain things you think I'm going to make an issue of deaths in there some that you've just. Let go which doesn't say that you are graying or you just you can't. You can't argue about everything. I didn't I interview you told President The you were surprised that he'd agreed to sit down with view he had in the weeks before you sat down with him at the White House bean pretty mean to you online on his twitter account went to the surprise come from view when he agreed to sit down with you. It's a funny thing about Donald Trump. I am people often ask because I've known him not well, but I've known him since well before he became president. So I've got a lot of experience with them. The thing that I would say about President trump is I've never seen a bigger difference between the private man and the public figure than with Donald Trump he's a very nice man as polite. I'm talking about in private is pro is polite is considerate is interested in you ask questions about you, which is very rare for a public figure and then there's the the Donald Trump I'm not saying that it's all an act, but you know there's the Public Donald Trump and you know so on the one hand, he certainly has gone out of his way over the last year particularly to write main tweets about me and at the first time that happen. You know it gets your attention even even if you know that it's something of a game on his part, he's the president of the United States and he's crawling you out and with me sometimes quite personal terms. But again, you know he he's calls me out. You know he says, you're not your father he said it and over. So first time maybe it stems a little and. After.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"The direction of. Picking aside. and to turn to Fox News itself Chris, and this is the only question I'll ask you about this, but it's my sense is not side. In some way td US media and I guess to a lot of people who maybe don't watch a lot of Fox News channel's coverage that Fox News is criticized quite heavily for having created the kind of polarized extremes of the debate. That is taking place in political discourse at the moment how do you respond to that? I think Fox News has contributed to it but so has CNN and so has MSNBC and so has the New York Times and it's interesting. I did a session at Columbia Journalism School I think in January February seems like. A lifetime ago but Creek Oh, good and Maggie Haberman, the very able New York Times White House reporter was there and I was getting asked a lot of questions about prime time at Fox News and I pointed out that she wasn't getting asked nearly as many about the very liberal editorial page of the New York Times. And my conclusion about that and I say this about a lot of. Writers you know not people who are covering the news but people who are covering the media I. Think the reason that we hear about were at Fox News is because most of the media writers are liberal and there were offended by the Fenian. Fox News while they're not offended by the opinion at CNN. NBC or the editorial page of the New York. Times. But I think it's just as legitimate question for them as it is for us. I was actually a student at can be journalism school many years ago by this stage and I arrived at not knowing a huge amount I'm afraid to say about. The US media's landscape or the giants of US Media Pasta and present but I was in twenty twelve, the that your father passed away and the professors that devoted a lot of time to going through. Just. How remarkable journalist you'll father was, and it really struck me watching a lot of your father's interviews in that context that he really knew what made good question that he knew how to craft something that would get the most honest answer and it strikes me that that's true for your career as well. I wouldn't. What for you now makes a good question. Well, it's interesting I. You know I haven't is not like I studied my father, but I think there's something on the DNA. I think the key to a good question is that a legitimate that it'd be fair that be grounded in fact that people even if it's a tough question that the person you're interviewing feel it's legitimate question Nada Gotcha question but that it it be pointed that there is little opportunity as possible for the person to get off the subject the point it other words I really I, work on my questions and I try to. Pair them down and make them as lean as possible because to the degree that you have some loose threads in the question, people can pull on those threads an answer that rather than answering the question you're really asking. So I don't know that it's an art form, but it's a skill and I have to say when I watch some interviews, I'm frustrated at how the interviewer has let the subject off the hook and you know sometimes I too. But things I try very hard to do I. Didn't my father tried very hard to do is to make. The ques- question. Respectful fact-based, and pointed and hard for the person to escape. I remember I, I remember a couple of questions I. Remember once when my father did an interview with John Ehrlichman during the height of Watergate and he just you treat and find it online and he proceeds to go through this long list of all of the crimes that have been committed by the Nixon administration breaking and entering obstruction of justice on and on and the shot was tighter and tighter on Erlich man's face, and then my father ended and said this all from the law and order administration. Of Richard Nixon. And there was long pause Irwin said is there a question there? and. As my father said afterwards I thought it was the best damn question I ever asked. And I remember Tom Brokaw one saying to me I think I think a lot about questions. So it's a very good question for you to ask me Tom Brokaw one saying. You know what's a good question just say, what do you think of some inside and I remember I was interviewing Margaret Thatcher in nineteen eighty two and it was during the Israeli invasion of Lebanon and statue was the hardest interview I ever had because she just was so quick and obviously all the preparation for question times she was so good at shaping your question to give the answer she wanted to go the only time that was even be A clause on her part is I said to her and this was at the height of the as Rayleigh invasion of Lebanon, which he very much opposed. I said, what do you think of knockin begging and she flinched just for a second but I, thought well I had you there for I had you there for a moment Even, interviewed so many figures president senior political figures from around the world during your career. Are there any moments? Any particular questions that? Stick in your mind that you felt at the time really landed that you really got what you're going for when you're asking it. You know I never other people's questions better than my own but in the two thousand, sixteen debate that I moderated between trump and Clinton, I asked about the fact that he. Kept saying that the election might be rigged and I kind of broke a little bit away from my moderator's role and said Mr Trump. Candidate one of the things that we pride ourselves in this country is the peaceful transition of power. Are you willing to say here now that you will accept the results of the next election and he said I'll keep you in suspense and that was the lead from that debate and I thought. You know. I often think the initial question is not the most important. I almost view that as a throwaway to get the conversation started the key and I'm sure you've found this is interviewer the key is to really lessen and a follow up and it's the follow up that gets the news. And to look back to the presidential debate of twenty-six. Chris Ye became the first Fox News host to be invited to moderate presidential debate. You moderated the final debate between Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump, and just reading some of your accounts of the preparations for that from years ago. What struck me is a phrase used in which he described presidential debates as this is civics this isn't just a television program. This is something very raw and. Real what was the process of preparing? What does that process look like when you are asked to moderate.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"Country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions, I'm appealing to you sir to do. And him too. Well, frankly, you've been doing more interrupted, but he just plenty well less than zero. Now. Less than you have I've done. All knows everything in the business covered Ronald Reagan. For six years I've interviewed foreign leaders been all over the world not blase I get still get excited but I've had those experiences to suddenly be the moderator of a general election debate was something I had never done before and while I went about it the way I go about my business, which is intense preparation. There were moments when the task ahead of me and the stakes were overwhelming and I would get huge waves. Of. Zayed. Chris Wallace speaking to us back in September about his first presidential debate as moderator. In Twenty, sixteen is the veteran Fox News anchor who moderated Tuesday nights fractious encounter between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland Ohio. Before Tuesday night's debate wallace at vowed beforehand to be as invisible as possible to ally the candidates and the issues in a consequential election year to take center stage. Well, initially, that's exactly what happened. But not for the reasons wireless had imagined he was drummed out by interruptions and the barracking unfolding on the stage in front of him before intervening as moderator over presidential debate has ready how to do before. Was told The New York Times the next day that he was disappointed with how Tuesday night's debate played-out I'm a pro he's. I've never been through anything like this. Many of US watching the debate at home would have empathized with that statement. Chris Wallace is one of the most respected news anchors and political interviews in the US his career spans fifty years and some of the most storied and capacity in US broadcast news. He was once the moderator of meet the press on BC he. Is respected for bringing fantasy to his questions trait. He learned in part from his father Mike Wallace, the late legendary TV news correspondent well, last month in the calm before the storm of that controversial I debate on Tuesday I spoke to Chris Wallace about that news casting heritage and about the state of US media I'm Thomas Lewis and this is the big interview. So. To start at the start. Chris you've been in journalism for so many years by the stage. Do you have a memory of when the idea of being a journalist I hit here? Is the person who wants to be in the job you wanted to do. In nineteen sixty four, I was an intern at the to national conventions. News had a a program which was your nepotism, but I think it was actually a good idea. They offered the sons and daughters of correspondents and producers the opportunity to work at the conventions to get a sense of what their mom or dad did for eleven. So I was Walter, cronkite gopher and the anchor both at the Barry Goldwater convention in San Francisco when I, say go for Gopher, coffee pencils, and Goldwater was there Dwight Eisenhower was there Nelson Rockefeller was booed off to the podium and I remember thinking to myself at age sixteen I can't believe. People get paid to have so much fun. To look back at the chopped of your career and when you look journalism the state of it in the United States now, the trajectories matchup of what you experienced in the work you did in the early days of your career with what is expected of journalism now in the US, would you say well, it hasn't changed for made, but I think it has changed for Journalism Writ Large, I get complimented. Praised a lot these days for being fair I can't tell you. That when you'd see people how many people come up and say, I, I liked the fact that you are equally toss on both sides and while I like being raised as much as the next person I, actually find it a depressing commentary on the State of journalism today because when I started full time in journalism and nineteen, sixty nine as a reporter for the Boston. Globe. Being, fair was the bare minimum requirement that kept you from being fire. You were praised for how you wrote how you reported how you broadcast, but you didn't get praised for being fair. That was just assume, and now it isn't anymore and the idea that you don't pick sides that you hold both sides to a pound is. Kind of an oddity and as I say I find that. Sale. And he's not any way that the tide can turn on. What would you say? Chris, who has news kind of blood into opinion too. I think that it has become. Our whole society is so polarized and I. It's not right last it's not liberal conservative. It's it's almost tribal. You know I think that what your views are tends to reflect. Not just your politics bought what part of the country lived in what your relationship is faith and organized religion. It has become so much broader than just I believe in this party or that party, and unfortunately I think that news coverage has gotten swept up and in that tribal view of the world. I'm not saying I'm the only person by any means, but it is Kinda lonely to be equally tough on both sides to not pick a party belief I drive the Barda but to try to do what I think is good old fashioned journalism to be not from. And that idea of good old fashioned journalism as he puts it that Chris. In a moment like this in an unprecedented time in the US and elsewhere in terms of what people want and the kind of information people expect from journalists. Is there something to be said more broadly about the return to a more old fashioned way of giving people these? Do you think the importance of that? Well I think there is but I don't think that's the way. Journalism is head of these days I'm not say it's GonNa to continue but when you look At Cable News and I would include all three cable news channels when you look at. At the major newspapers in this country I can't speak so well or really at all about overseas I don't see it headed in the direction. Of fact, generally I headed much warren the in.
Trump and First Lady Test Positive for COVID-19
"President Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the Corona virus. Now Trump announced the news overnight. A few hours after top aide hope Hicks tested positive herself for the respiratory illness. You sent out a tweet tonight, First lady and I tested positive for covert 19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this together now, of course. He had a lot of public events in the past few days, including rallies, and, of course, he did debate rival Joe Biden this week. No words no word yet on plans for him or moderator Chris Wallace to be tested as for now, How they're doing. The first lady says she and the president are feeling good in the wake of their diagnosis. The two are in quarantine and both have cleared their schedules to deal with this respiratory illness in the first lady encouraged everyone to stay save, adding, We will get through this
Chris Wallace says Trump 'bears the primary responsibility for what happened' at debate
"Trump insists the debate rules not be changed for the 2nd and 3rd go around a Jason Miller accuses the nonprofit host of bias for any changes. The Biden has moderator Chris Wallace says the president Bear's primary responsibility for Tuesday's debate chaos. House
Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine may be promising for elderly
"We? On the search for a vaccine for covert 19 Yesterday, Moderna published findings that the elderly and their ongoing trials are releasing more and stronger antibodies, and they thought they would Matt Harper has been taking a look at vaccines for partners that stat health medicine publication. He joins us now and Matt. Let's just go broader here. We've been hearing from President Trump that the vaccine will be ready by mid October. What are the experts saying? Well, there is one vaccine that could potentially have data telling us that it works. And that's the Fizer vaccine. That's the on ly one that's in the October timeframe. Moderna has said that They're looking at late November. Even if that happens, approval or even emergency use authorization may not be instantaneous. And distribution will not be Instantaneous, which is what Chris Wallace was trying to ask about during the debate the other night well and tell us who decides because we know the FDA made an announcement they were going to extend sort of the examination period of the results of the different companies. And President Trump said that that was political that they were just trying to hurt him and that he would be the one who decides But aren't there committees and commissions who actually have the final word on this? There is a worry that if they wanted to the administration could circumvent the entire FDA process. The much more likely scenario is that it will follow the normal process and that that has to go through the FDA and there is a committee. That the FDA convenes to get advice on the data before it makes a decision. You know, the companies hire these outside committees that watch over the studies, and those are the ones that would tell you at this point that the data from these vaccines are so good. That you're going to find out about them. Now it could take several months for us to get the data from the Madonna and Fizer vaccines. If wonderfully, there were fewer cases of covert around, but also if the vaccines turned out to be less effective than hoped. And just briefly. We know there are some top contenders for some of the first vaccines and they're in different stages, but most of them are pretty far in Into their testing. So what is left to be done to show that a vaccine is safe? So you have to show First of all that you're reducing the number of cases of symptomatic Cove it people who test positive for the virus and have symptoms and you have to show that There are fewer cases in the group of people who got the vaccine and the people who got the placebo. Some of the trials are saying they want at least two months of follow up on half the patients in the trial, and that's because most vaccine side effects would happen within that time frame. And part of the worries if you stop early, but you don't have enough data in the elderly and you don't have enough data in adolescence, then you might not have of those data ever if somehow releasing the first day that causes there to be issues with the trial. Ongoing visor says that they plan to keep their trial on going past the first analyses. But that's basically what has to happen. The vaccines have to actually prove that they work and prove that they are safe. A lot of the people who say to wait. Some of the critics are basically saying it's not that big a wait to get a lot more information right?
Chris Wallace surprised by wildness of the first presidential debate
"Wallace says I'm surprised what happened. Yeah, OK, good for you. In the meantime, he waas there is well, you lose a hand or Yeah, and I think he was genuinely surprised that it was. It was just Well as we all know, I mean, the whole nations talking about it was just a train wreck. Yeah, it doesn't matter what side you're on. It was just interesting to look at our Facebook post tio facebook dot com Forward slash T J V show Some of the comments that were made you posted some things. Some other folks posted some things and there was this rather was. I think most of the comments were a trump kind of And there were a few that were thought It was as we did kind of a disgrace. Disgusting, distracting, deliberative whenever you remember a single question getting answered by either candidate I couldn't tell you one definitive answer again. The state of Affairs, the rial, the state of affairs in our country, no matter how can you like this? If you think what do you think's going to get done? The circumstances in Rod Trump all you want, but what you have done over the past four years. Yeah, There have been some good things I've, you know, Philosophic. We have more in tune with him, and it would be certainly with the camera Harris and you know Biden's kind of a centrist, but it's the way it gets done. It's not. It just isn't the marrying. I mean, I have. We have trump supporting friends and family members who thought he was disgraceful and they're still going to vote for him. But I don't understand how anyone could say, Rah rah after watching that he was the least presidential president we've ever had.
Trump claims debate victory
"Yesterday. President Trump, who continuously interrupted Joe Biden and moderator Chris Wallace made this claim, you know, by lost badly when his supporters they're saying he should cancel the rest of the debates. Now I understand he's canceling the debates. Let's see what happens. I think that's not going to be a good Biden campaign says that claim is false. And the Joe Biden has no plans to cancel any Debates. CBS News
Debate commission promises changes after chaotic first face-off
"Debates is promising some changes to ensure that the process is more constructive. The move comes after President Trump ran roughshod over Democratic rival Joe Biden and moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News during Tuesday's debate in Cleveland. NPR's David Folkenflik has more Trump attacked Biden, his family and Wallace himself. Issues were often left on the sidelines. ABC is George Stephanopoulos called it the worst debate he's seen in his decades long life in politics and journalism. CNN's Jake Tapper called it a hot mess inside a Dumpster fire. CNN's Dana bash. Well, I probably can't repeat what she said live on the air unless I want NPR stations to incur huge fines. The commission says the debate quote made clear that additional structure should be added to the format to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues, and it promised more tools from moderators to quote. Maintain order. Presumably, both candidates would have to agree, and Trump's campaign says that would move the goal posts and change the rules. Mid match. David
Debate commission could cut microphones to limit interruptions
"Shutting off microphones is one possibility. The non profit group that produces the presidential debates is considering for the next debate. It comes after last night's slugfest where barely anyone could get a word in edgewise. CBS's Steve Dorsey after criticism of a disorderly debate full of insults, cross talking interruptions, the commission on presidential Debates. Says it's considering changes that would create a more orderly discussion of the issues. The group praised moderator Fox is Chris Wallace, but it follows bipartisan condemnation of the event, describing it as unproductive.
"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.
Debate commission says it will make changes to format
"Commission on presidential Debates is considering possible format changes following an unruly first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden. The commission said The Cleveland debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues. In a statement, it said it will carefully consider changes that it will adopt and will announce those measures. Shortly. The commission also expressed its gratefulness to Chris Wallace for what it called his professionalism and skill. White House correspondent Greg Clugston.
Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.
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A Look At The First Presidential Debate Of 2020
"Let's start today's program in the United States then which last night witnessed a chaotic and bitter presidential debate between President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden here's a selection of an use the term loosely highlights. I am urging my people I. Hope it's going to be a fair election of it's a fair election and what I am a hundred percent on board. But of I see tens of thousands of ballots being manipulated, I can't go along with that and I'll. Come accommodation does that mean? People to take. A fraudulent election is people aren't equipped to handle it number one, number two, they cheat. They cheat hey, they found ballots wastepaper basket three days ago they all had the name trump on them if we would have listened to you, the country would have been left wide open millions of people would have died not two, hundred, thousand and one person is too much. It's China's fault. It should have never happened. They stopped it from going in, but it was China's for. But if you look at what we've? Done. I. Closed It, and you said he's xenophobic racist and xenophobic Dr out she said President trump saved thousands of lives. Many of you are Democrat governor said, president trump did a phenomenal job. We worked with the governor a really go take a look. There's a deal. The fact is everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to call out his lies everybody knows he's a liar but you I WanNa make sure what it lasts. It lasts. Hi I. You agreed with Bernie Sanders on a plan how both? The. Aesthetic you have. Have you do this month? Your administration directed federal agencies to end racial sensitivity training that addresses white privilege or critical race theory. I ended it because it's racist. It was a radical, a revolution that was taking place in our military in our schools all over the place and you know it and so does everybody else. Racial sensitivity training to view a certain person, you had no status in life. It was sort of a reversal and really they were teaching people to hate our country and I'm not GonNa do that I'm not going to allow that to happen but. Just, as the rallies to left, would you? Listen, who is on your list Joe Just. The flavor of last night's heated presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Well, let's get more on this now with motorcycles US election correspondent. Thomas Lewis, and our news editor Chris show WHO's here in London Thomas. Let Me Cross to you first of all. Some up if you can what did you make that it was not exactly a particularly edifying spectacle I think it's safe to say, no, it wasn't Tom and it didn't really feel like a debate at all. There is in the sort of you know history of these debates as a sort of sacred toned the stages these candidates president take that when after debated finished, you're watching the US knees anchors who are trying to pick up the coverage afterwards, and they all seemed absolutely stunned and lost for words and kind of shocked by the kind of visceral experience. The the debate is offered them I think Joe Biden obviously seem much more prepared but Donald. Trump's goal. In the whole thing, I think was to fluster him to put him on the back foot to try and reignite this narrative that he's campaigners tried on largely failed to stick to Joe Biden that he's too old. He's doddery. He isn't really fit to lead the nation particularly in a time of crisis Joe Biden for sure had the set pieces if you like of the debate but a lot of the marine lost in the fog of the war of the shouting match and I think for the moderator Chris Wallace for someone who really is considered as one of the best in the business to also have been kind of sat there in silence. For. Large parts of it not quite knowing what to do really did speak in lots of ways to just how extraordinary presidential debate this really was Christiana. You were watching on this side of the you watch the whole thing I. Don't think you probably went into it with a great deal of expectation, but it's safe to say you would. Have to be disappointed by the standard of what you saw. Tom I've watched many debates over the years in the US and you know to Thomas Point there I've I've never quite seen anything like that in the US. The the irony in some ways is that US debates. Political debates kind of jumping off with Thomas said tend to be rather stilted affairs What's interesting for me in part before we talk about the actual substance is that typically that's because of the rules you know often it's very stilted in saying you know this candidate, you have two minutes thirty second rebuttal to the next one one minute rebuttal to you. Now we move. Onto the next topic, this one was an open debate there was always after each question there two minutes for each candidate's is start with that didn't work very well already to begin with because there was a lot of interruptions. But then after that, it was sort of this free for all that very quickly descended into a shouting match essentially between the two candidates the other Issue for me or I think. The. That's that's worth. Pointing out is. I do think that one could say donald trump will feel like he pulled off a rather good performance. This is the persona that he has cultivated over the last three and a half years when it comes to his style as well as the ideas that he has put forward, this is who he is and I think he will feel that he had energized even those supporters that he has to come out I don't think he's won any new supporters with what he's done, but he's energized his own base and by as Thomas said, really sort of. Failing to let by Biden in really to make any strong points because of the constant interruptions. Biden didn't make a very strong mark. I would argue and so that that works in some ways if you want to speak purely political calculations that works to trumps favorite because people are going to be left frankly just depressed with the political process as a result of that the big. Well, we'll come to you rather autistic said was the substance. I didn't detect creative air in a moment but I just wonder on that point about trump he seemed to be I don't know this sort of a twitter feed made flesh. It was just a series of spiky pronouncements angry it was delivered in the style we've come to associate with him on that platform Were there any actual substantive communications that will have registered or was it just about him preview once again he can shout louder. Know the worst some substantive points that that were made and a couple of them played in in those clips that I thought were were quite interesting and highlighted the two different ideologies. One was on the pandemic and the Corona virus you heard Donald Trump talked there as he often does putting all the blame on putting all the blame on China for the coronavirus coming in he also there were a number of exchanges where it was very clear that for Donald Trump it's time for. People to open up again, it's time for the country to open up. He bragged about the fact that he had many people at his rallies. For example, at his political rallies. He felt that was a good thing and he sort of Josh Joe. Biden for you know not being able to get people to his rallies and there was this very poignant moment in that way where the quote was along the lines of trump saying people want to open up and Biden responded. quickly, people want to be safe and so that was a very clear moment in terms of the ideology of the two. I think that will strike people and the second one was on race, which you also heard there there are some very strong moments that again highlighted the sharp differences between the two when it comes to race and protests and the violence that is happening in the US right. Now, there was the bizarre moment you heard there about racial sensitivity training. WHERE DONALD TRUMP DONALD TRUMP rather very depressingly. I would say really double down on this idea that racial sensitivity training is somehow leading to a radical revolution in the United States in education he also refused to openly condemn white supremacist groups. There was this moment where he was asked to condemn the proud boys a white supremacist group and he did not So there were there were moments there that we're really quite depressing. He focused his attention than on Joe Biden saying. You, refuse to speak about law and order I. Think Joe Biden tried to answer that maybe Thomas can speak to this as well. It was interesting how he tried to answer the law and order question I wonder if that is something that you know might lose him some supporters on the left because he was trying to be quite defensive of the polices result of that. So Donald Trump really use his own strategy, what he wanted to do to effect in his world. Let me bring you in. Then on I guess looking from Joe Biden's pointed viewed along with Christie's rated the. was rather difficult for him to. Seize control of the narrative given trump's behavior sort of in the room. What did you make of his performance and would there be any areas that he may find he landed any blows I think Donald Trump's goal was purely to fluster Joe Biden and to throw him off his. Uncertain moments it worked. There were other moments when Joe Biden was alive to speak that you know if they do want to characterize him someone who is a little bit of don't reason quite fully grasp of himself for the facts then Joe Biden did show that he is an accomplished speaker. He had some ideas that were quite forward-looking Donald trump had none of those things and he. was questioned at at certain points asking well, what are your plans and there were really no answers. All Donald Trump wanted to do was as you put earlier Tom to shout the loudest because Donald Trump. Now, to win this election, he readings debate either bring big swathes of voters to his cause which I think last night's performance by him is unlikely to do he also therefore if he Can't that might try and do he didn't twenty sixteen and not is to keep people home to stop people effectively to make the atmosphere. So angry and Sophie Brier the people feel so disenchanted with the electoral process that they just don't vote at tall that was successful for him to a certain degree in two thousand sixteen, I think if the polls are correct and the polling arguably. Is more accurate is more detailed is more specific this time around than it was last time. Then I think that it would take a huge number of people to stay home for Donald Trump to sneak victory in the Electoral College. There were some reports after the debate last night that Joe Biden's team that some sources close to his campaign suggesting that maybe Joe Biden wouldn't take part. In the next two debates, if those debates are going to be like we saw last night because really heat does arguably have the most to lose here given his lead is so large at the moment I'm for Donald Trump. This isn't about sort of setting out to vision for America. This is about just sort of keeping and clinging onto power in the angriest way he possibly can, and I think as Chris mentioned I think that was if that's what the goal was that was pretty successful for him. Last night I think that Joe? Biden? Obviously prepared well, obviously prepared in detail but just a lot of those. A lot of those ideas set pieces that he had brought to the debate stage just weren't really allowed to shine through given just had extrordinary. The climate was on stage last night. It's always great to me. Thanks for being with us, tell us in Chris both the Monaco's. Team looking ahead to November Thomas and here in London Chris China here
"chris wallace" Discussed on The View
"Right Across from the White House a lot of injuries to police. Officers are send things were so bad that the secret service recommended the president go down to the bunker we can't have that in our country. Okay. So I'm coming to Ali Y'all really quickly whose version are you buy here? I think that. Bar is covering his but here because we know that he's the one who gave the order to remove the peaceful protesters and use tear gas and rubber rubber bullets on them. So he has to cover his behind by saying it was Oh, it's very dangerous. Meanwhile, buckle boy is. Of. made he doesn't look like is not macho enough, and so that's what the problem is. But you know trump had to be careful because everybody will turn on him eventually to cover their own but exhibit a a bar. Sunny. Well exactly. It just seems to me at what I watch these protests I remember watching protesters being tear gas. And bullets rubber bullets being shot at them. So it doesn't feel to me like this is a country that's being very supportive of peace peaceful protests. And it's obvious that the president was rushed into into a bunker I've never seen a president having. You. Know tour a bunker. Plenty people work at the white tag do that. We have one. Chris Wallace next and I'd love to hear what he has to say. Well here's my opinion about this. We'll be right back. Fox News Channel Anchor Chris Wallace thing to president's push for law and daughter will resonate or backfire with Americans..
"chris wallace" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Arm. Out and it's the. Number number one low mortality. I hope you show the scenario because it shows what faked is okay. Don't think I'm fake news I will put you put our stats. Who said we had the worst tally rate in the world is? Past right, it's a little complicated, but bear with us. We went with numbers from Johns Hopkins University which charted the mortality rate for twenty countries hit by the virus. The US ranks of it better than the United Kingdom but worse than Brazil and Russia. The White House went with this chart from the European CDC which shows Italy and Spain doing worse, but countries like Brazil and South Korea doing better other countries. Doing better like Russia aren't included in the White House charge. Oh, see see. Chris Wallace did two things right? The trump absolutely hates. He proved him wrong and he made him do homework and the funniest part about this to me, isn't that trump used a bullshit charts to prove that America has the best mortality rate. It's even on a bullshit chart. It's still not true, I mean. If, you just want any. That's going to show. How well you're doing. Just go all the way with it, and that wasn't the only time. Trump tried to bring receipts that he didn't actually have here. He is attempting to prove that Joe Biden said. He wants to defend the police. They wanted to fund the police. Inviting wants to fund the big loser. He does not look. He signed a charter with Bernie. Sanders I will get that. One Guy was right in the mortality rate. Did you read that yard of the? He agrees talking about defunding. It says abolish, it says. Let's go all right well. You give me the charter all right. You've got to start studying for these. He says it's fun the police. Says defined the police. They talk about abolishing the police they talk about. Aliens lowering look forward to seeing Sir I'm not disagreeing with you on any of those disagreeing about fund police. White House never send US evidence? The Bernie Biden platform calls for defunding or abolishing police because there is not. Oh Man. I don't care how many times I watch it. It is priceless seeing trump flailing around trying to find effect that he made up and it actually shows you. How brain just kind mix up everything. He reads into one big information smoothie. Because clearly he read that Biden wants to abolish immigration detention and he also read that Biden wants police reform, and then his brain just mashed them up into Biden wants to abolish the police i. kind of want to give trump a book to read just to see how he would explain it back to me green eggs and As a tragic story about to. Want to marry him. They WANNA get married. He'll love each other, but again another great fact. Check from Chris Wallace. And I gotTa admit I love Chris Wallace the journalist. But Chris Wallace. The Dad must be a nightmare. His kids are probably coming home like yeah. School is fine. You know we just did a bunch of work. I just put my head down and work well. Actually I have photo evidence here of you spending all day under the bleachers vaping while making out with Samantha and honestly, it got to the point Chris. Wallace wasn't just fact checking trump. He was fact shaming him. Because for years now trump has been bragging about what a good score! He got on some cognitive ability tests and yesterday wallace flat out, told trump that his test score shit in the Fox poll. They asked people. Who is more competent? WHO's got? WHO's mind is sounder. Beats You well I'll tell you what. Let's take a test. Let's take a test right now. Let's go down Joe and I will take a test. Let him take the same test that I took. Incidentally, I took the test to when I heard that you passed it. How did you do not the hardest house now? Picture and it's night and it's an eleanor. Nah Get you see. That's all misrepresentations. That's what it was on the well so misrepresentation, because yes, the first few questions are easy, but I'll bet you couldn't even answer the last five questions about you. Couldn't they get very hard? The last one of them was come back from one hundred seven and let me tell you. Couldn't answer. You couldn't answer all right. What's across many of the questions I get you the test I'd like to give it, but I guarantee you the Joe. Biden could not answer those questions, okay. And I answered all thirty five questions correctly. While guys. This is sort of making me sad right now. Trump is trying so hard to claim his genius because he pasta test where you have to identify an elephant, be honest, even for trump is too easy. I mean if they wanted to test trump. They shouldn't have Austin to identify elephant. They should've Austin to identify his second daughter. Yeah, that would have been impressive. Is it it this one? No, that's jared Sir okay. But I was close right, and also counting back from one hundred seven is super easy. Anyone can one hundred. Ninety three..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Channel 33
"Really Weird drop of Al Sharpton name in their. People pointed out on twitter. Sure just a coincidence. That Donald Trump picked a notable black civil rights leader. To throw in there I mean that's just nuts. Yeah, but I it again I think that answer. It's subtle, but I think that answer comes from Wallace right the skillful interruption. That pushes trump in one direction. Then you let him talk, and then you get to the Al Sharpton Soundbite I mean to me to me. That's again. It's subtle, but it's easy to botch that it's easy to come in at the wrong moment to do too much or too little and he did just enough. We should say this about Chris Wallace David whoever occupies the role of Fox News Truth Teller. is going to get rave reviews right? You get like a thirty percent bonus ship Smith. Carl Cameron was in this role because whenever Chris Wallace like says something about trump on Fox. It allows liberal twitter to go. Look even Fox News. Has had to admit that the trump administration has gone too far well, and it also allows Fox News viewers to say. Look we're not let me look. We're even handed. It kind of comes both way I guess that that same that I just made cuts both ways. I'm not trying to make it seem like that's necessarily a negative. I do wonder if you're supposed to look at Chris Wallace. Obviously in the context of this interview in he does, he does have great interviews like this about once or twice a year and I find. We find ourselves talking about him. But as he technically. The, The champion of Fox News Truth telling or is he just the interim champion after Shepard Smith relinquish the title like that he did he has he earned it to I mean everybody as he undisputed at this point in this interview seal the deal will. He is big enough to host a presidential debate as he did in two thousand sixteen. Yeah, but he's not always a truth teller. It's not it's not all of these. Not a I mean I don't know that I Shepard Smith was at a much smaller platform. But but was undisputed champ for a number of years, but I agree with you. I I think that in some ways. I mean listen. Wallace has always been. Has Never Been A. Never been doctrinaire in any sense of the term, and certainly not in any sense that you would define the Fox News ideology right. He did seem to be. Become terrible trafficking and some of the more conspiratorial aspects, and not that that's overstating it. He believes in the liberal media bias I believe I. Guess, that's early. See Pres professed that he seems to be fairly. I think even for the people that are that are that are cheering him on twitter right now? He's he certainly much more comfortable with his place, literally on Fox News then. Some would like, but. You know. For someone who is, it's hard to find a lot of damning Intel on. It's not like he's a truth teller. In the way that like I mean I mean he doesn't have the. He doesn't have the Youtube Truth. Telling highlight reel that Smith did yeah, and I and I think that's partly because of his format right and he would come more through an interview like this one tough questions. Good Prep pushback rather than like I. Just have a essentially a news or talk show during the day were eventually I just mad as hell and can't take it anymore. Sure which is more of the ship Smith thing you're right now. That's totally right and one thing. That's interesting about his twitter. Cheering section, right. Right is that Chris Wallace is very purposely not a resistance hero came from. Network News as you said there is a sense about him that he was. He is uncomfortable with the way. A lot of news about trump has tweeted Michael Grynbaum. The Times had a profile in junior, says quit. Wallace has golden mainstream journalists for showing anti-trump bias, a big mistake in his words, but he's really trying to be like Tim rusher right, bring me a politician of any stripe, and I'm going to grill them on the air. and that's what I WANNA do right? That's his form of. It's not Rachel Maddow. Chris Hayes true telling. It's not Chris Cuomo. Because it. Certainly, the volume is turned way down, but I feel it's more rusty. Than anything else in that sort of what he's trying to carve out there is a sort of. I don't know if it's really an old school element to his presentation, but there's a yes kind of a smarmy nece to Thomas. Boca might have to do to create that definition, but smugness to his overall presentation that is. Feels a little bit old school, but there's. In a world, in which certainly the people that are the other people on his network or other people are starting to other Fox Fox News personalities who are getting this sort of energy. Interview Opportunity. Are. So far to the obsequious side of the spectrum that it is impossible to even compare them right. Even, those other mainstream media personalities. You know I mean I don I can't i. Can't even imagine I mean the other people on his level do art. Don't evoke that sort of old school i. mean that that's smugness you know. I mean doors Stephanopoulos might be smug person, but his, but his onscreen personality is not smugness in the way the Chris Wallace. He he puts this thing off and I. Don't and I'm not saying.
"chris wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"I, you know I wanNA. Take a look for just a minute at an exchange. Still talking about Wallace and trump I want to take a look at an exchange between a guy named Andrew Maher on the BBC and the Chinese Ambassador to Britain remember last week we played those just horrific pictures of Wieger Muslims, being on their knees hooded, shave, their heads shaved, being fruited onto trains like it was the Holocaust and we know that the we grew Muslims are being raped to there being. Re educated they so lovely. Lovely phrase they have fort in China. This is a an atrocity going on while our NBA's doing business with them, and then telling their players that they can wear black lives matter shirts Marxist black lives matter shirts while supporting and doing business with the Chinese Communist Party that is committing these atrocities, so you know when I talk about the end of institutions. They just make it out there there naked in front of us that they don't. This is not a moral thing. This is all about kowtowing. Is All about the money? It's all about fear. Being sued a fear of being seen as racist, which is like the worst thing. Anybody can be called in America. So Andrew Marr and the BBC is a stone leftist organization. The BBC is a an outgrowth of the of the Socialist Party. In Britain, it is just a socialist organization. You do not get the news from the BBC okay. Still still the professional journalists okay, they are professional leftist journalist. They're unfair. They're skewed. They're biased. I would even call them intellectually corrupt, but there's still journalists, and this is the problem would Chris Wallace did was not journalism and and you. You know not the guy who attacks Chris. Wall I have some problems with him, but sometimes I think he does a good job and I. Don't sit around and say this thing. I'm talking about a level of of quality in our journalism switching to listen to the difference. The Chinese ambassador basically tries to wriggle out of these drone. Pictures of we're Muslims. Being trained off to God knows where what retraining cans, and how Indra more of the BBC challenges him. What is happening here? Ambassador, I do not know. What did you get this obedience Clinton's on these these have been going around the world. They've been authenticated by Western intelligence agencies out by Australian. Experts who say these Ouija people I mean. Mutate this the so-called. Western Canada's keeping up. Make this. A force acquisition in China is that? Milam of. Has Been persecuted. Hey, you know how? How my knee population Xinjiang has. Just about. Forty years ago. It's a four five million. Now it's eleven. Million people and people say you know we impose. We have ethnic cleansing by the population has doubled in the forty years. A cutting I'm so sorry to interrupt, but according to your own local government statistics, the population growth in wiegert jurisdictions in that area has fallen by eight e. four percent between two, thousand, fifteen, twenty, eight, hundred, eight, hundred four percent. I mean that's that's a lot. That's not Gotcha journalism that is challenging a guy on vetted movies that he's got with vetted facts that he's got from the guys own government and it's not. It's not trying to get him. You can tell the difference. He's not trying to get him. He's not trying to have people on. Twitter say Oh, boy, you know. Wallace really took on Donald. He's just trying to get the facts out of the guy who is obviously skirting the response Chinese responsibility for the violation of human rights that we can all. All see right in front of our eyes. It's a different. It's a different profession. He's in a different profession than Chris Wallace was in last night when he was doing this with trump. And you know in some ways. It pains me to hit Chris Wallace because Chris whilst done some good interviews and he didn't lie down dead like the rest of the news media. During the Obama years, he did sometimes questioned Obama, people he did do some hard dry. Some hard interviews with Obama partisans during that time when the rest one ABC CBS and And NBC were firing. People have reported anything negative about Obama, so he has done good work and the only reason I go after him is because if he's going to do sloppy work if he's GonNa, do inefficient work. Who's going to do the work? How are we going to get the information that we need to stay safe to know whether we should move out of our city or whether these guys are GonNa come and destroy our homes and take away our property. We don't know we don't know. We have no way of knowing because. Because the left is running, the the press is running interference for the left, and we have nobody to step up and say I'm just going to cover the story and get these facts because my job is not to make a point, my job is to garner information from the people who are in charge. You know I think it's a really bad thing you know, and this is plays in to our sense that it's not the government or the people who are in control any longer. This is part of what it plays into. It plays into a sense of conspiracy. There's a story out of Jersey New Jersey. A gunman. Wearing a fedex driver's uniform. Went into the home of a federal judge, right in named Esther Solace of appoint a judge. Shot they're college educated son to death and wounded the husband and this lady was four days ago. She was put on a case involving Jeffrey Epstein and I'm obviously. Don't WanNA. Make a joke of a tragic story. So Weird Story Involving Jeffrey Epstein. It's a suit against Deutsche Bank. Accusing A..
"chris wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Hope you show this because it shows what does is. You know it's true and trump. Trump was more right than wallace was, and Wallace has time to prepare to trump is no questions are going to be asked that that. Nine hundred deaths one day I was back in April. The death rate has been steadily steadily declining, and there's so much stuff we don't know. And why don't we know it? We don't know it because we have no media. In this country have no news media in this country gathering information, we only have an anti trump movement trying to make everything you everything to make trump look bad. You know why as a trump's fault that the city's run by Democrats for thirty years or falling apart, they've been falling apart slowly now. They're falling apart fast. It's like I think Ernest Hemingway so about. About how people go broke I? You go broke slowly than you go back. Bro, quickly sustain thing. That happens the Democrats. Cities I go broke slowly than they fall apart completely, and that's what's happening. It's not trump's fault. How is the trump spoke? You know. He cited Russian on Wallace, that things like. He cited the Russian numbers on the Chinese flew as if anything they don't mean anything. He talked about Anthony Fauci, like any criticism of him was absurd. Thousand's meet a lot of mistakes. And he felt she recently said that. New York got things right well. That's ridiculous. New York has. been responsible for still a large large percentage of the deaths in this country when trump point trump said every you know wallace said well. You've made a lot of mistakes, and from will everyone's made mistakes. You know it is. It's a crisis. Everyone makes mistakes. The news media has been wrong, wrong and wrong again. Trump has probably gotten more things right than the news media so after he says. Says everything everyone makes mistakes. Wallace plays a montage of things. Trump said that were later shown to be untrue, mostly kind of optimistic up talking to America. You just think like I could do that. To anybody I could do it the Chris. Wallace you know you can always play people's errors. It's just ridiculous. They had a conversation about schools and in pointing out is just not. It's not about. About the anti trump -ness of it, it's about the incompetence sloppiness of it the bad journalism of it. They were talking about trump threatening to cut off federal funds for schools. If schools don't reopen and Wallace says well, those federal funds go to poor children. Yeah, but schools reopening health sport children, so he would fund them if they reopened if they don't open. That hurts poor children, so why should? Should they get the federal funds that won't be going to the children. It was a nonsense question and you know you can say well. Trump should be on top of this. He should be able to fight back. Why should it be a fight? Why not just try to solicit information about what's going on? We don't even have the information he talked about. Wallace talked about the number of. Acts of violence that are committed between and black people, but never mentioned this the incredible difference in the crime rate among in black neighborhoods. You know there was one section that really got me. I don't even know if we have this. Do we have the thing about Yes, about universities play the one about where he asked about universities. And trump speech. You said our children are taught in school to hate our country. Where do you see that I? Just look to a look at school I watch I. Read Look at the stuff now they want change. If fourteen ninety two Columbus discovered America. You know we grew up. You grew up. We all did. That's what we learn now they WANNA make it the sixteen nineteen project. Where did that come from? What is it represents I don't even know slavery I. That's what they're saying. They don't even know they just. WanNa make a change. We have a radical left destructive ideology and is being taught in our schools and don't act like you surprised to hear this. There are books written about it. You know. It really bothers me and it has bothered me since the debates with Hillary Clinton. That Donald Trump is not the guy who can turn to Chris Wallace and say what the hell. You don't sound surprise. There's this there's this there's this. There's the fact that Howard Zinn. A Communist anti-american textbook is one of the most used textbooks in the country. Okay, that's that's evidence. There's the fact that if I go to A. To a college speak I have to be surrounded by police officers me the single nicest person in America as to be surrounded by police officers while I'm talking we've had Ri- I've had riots at my speech. Benefit writes in his speech. What is what is Wallace talking about that? He doesn't know about this. Why is policies kind of ignorance? You know that he doesn't understand what's going on this. The president of the United States in time of crisis he should be utterly prepped and not trying to hurt. Trump should between to solicit information out of trump. And instead we got this exchange on some cognitive test. That trump was bragging about play the sling. It's not the hardest task now. Picture, and it's hot, and it's an elegant idea. He gets you see that's all misrepresentations. That's what it was on the well so misrepresentation, because yes, the first few questions are easy, but I'll bet you couldn't even answer the last five questions I'll bet you couldn't. They get very hard. The last one of them was come back from one hundred seven and let me tell you. Couldn't answer. You couldn't answer all right. What's across? Many of the questions I get the test. I'd like to give it her. I guarantee you the Joe. Biden could not answer this question. And I answered all thirty five questions. Correctly you're! A childish exchange. It's a child as exchange and you say we'll. Trump has been tried, but trump is fighting back there. What are they? What are they talking about? What are they talking about this test? I, it's it's you know it's ridiculous that that's what Chris Wallace with an hour with the President United States when cities are on fire when leftist Attaran tearing everything down when people are ill. That's what he's asking questions about Sharpie. It's sloppy. It's bad journalism and nevermind trump. This is what the problem is. This is the problem that we can't get the information that we. We need all right. Let us talk about the readers pass. This is for those of you. Who would like to get all access, but you're just cheap. You know you're just one of those stingy people who thinks it's more important. Feed your children. Pay Your rent and all this we have this readers pass, so you can subscribe for a little less money. Actually, it's a lot less money. 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"chris wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"The secret of how you spell Cleveland because no one. There are army was. So I watched this Chris Wallace interview with Donald Trump and you already know what the commentary is. Trump messed this up and. He Chris Wallace was really strong here and I'm going to speak really honestly about this. Because one of my frustrations with Donald Trump is, he very very often does the right thing. He doesn't describe it well unless he has a speechwriter when he's talking off the cuff, he's not that articulate. He doesn't put the ideas together. He doesn't really think in those terms. He thinks in terms. He's a fixer. You know he's guy says this is broken. Here's how you fix it. At his best, that's what he is, and that that makes him a target for bad journalism. It means that people can get in arguments with him instead of covering news stories and he doesn't while he fights back in a funny way, and he fights back in aggressive way, which is great, I mean as far as I'm concerned. He could literally kick some of these guys down the street like tin cans, and it would not be enough to express my disdain for America's news media. America's reporters, but I'm frustrated with trump that he doesn't always come back and say this is why I say this I. Say because this this this and this. You know I understand everybody who loves trump yells at me about this, and they say well. What do you want? You want him to do the wrong thing, but say the right thing. No, but we live in a democracy where in theory we've settle our differences with words, words are important tool George W. Bush had this problem, too. He was in articulate, and it doesn't when you're fighting oppress press that is articulate and is prepared, so I was really frustrated when I saw Chris. Wallace come up against Donald Trump. Now I'm not gonNA. Say Oh Chris. Wallace is a leftist age in all this stuff. I don't even know what Walsh's. Politics are. He has pretty much the same style with everybody, but sometimes he brings some kind of quality. I E very aggressive. Interrupt you pushing style, but sometimes he brings actual solid quality questions. In this thing it was, it was utterly absurd was either I mean they got in this fight over which just talking about defunding the police, where trump said that Joe Biden wants to fund the police and Wallace struck back. Here's that exchange. Liberal Democrats have been running cities in this country for decades fairly. Why is it so bad right now? They've run a poorly. It was always bad, but now it's gotten totally out of control, and it's really because they wanted to fund the police. Inviting wants to fund the fund. He does not slip. He signed a charter with Bernie. Sanders, we'll get that one just five guys right in the mortality rate. Did you read the chart of the he again he's. About the funding, really it says abolish, it says let's go all right. All, right, you've got start studying for the. So so trump gets the patient, and it doesn't say it never says Biden says de fund the police, and so trump looks like he comes up short, and of course all the anti-trumpers come up against them, but by actually did say effectively that he was going to defend the police. Here's an interview that he gave earlier where he called the police the enemy we have that. Instead of sending two police officers with deadly weapons to that Wendy's drive in Atlanta. We could have sent a wellness counselor and a tow truck, and then raise hard brooks would still be alive today. And his three daughters would still have their daddy. Are you open to that kind of reform. That of reform surplus military equipment for law enforcement. They don't need that Lassen. You need is an up armored Humvee. Coming into a neighborhood is like the military invading. They don't know anybody. They become the enemy supposed to protecting these people, so my generic point is that we agree that we can redirect some of the funding. Yes absolutely. So if you redirect funding away from the police, that's defunding police. The idea you know there are some people who say that the police. If they get too militaristic, they become the. Military Mindset most. Police forces in this country in these cities have been trained extensively and community relations and one of the problems with our attitude toward the places we think the police supposed to solve society's problems, just like we think the army supposed to go into Afghanistan and build a new society. That's not what they're there for there to protect people from crime. That's what the police do. They solve crime. They prevent crime they they arrest wrongdoers. That's their job. Their job is not to. Solve everything that the rest of US screw up and it's just ridiculous. They're the guys on the ground so wallace unprepared on this you know, and he catches trump out, because trump doesn't have that piece of information in his head, but Wallace's journalists. Wallace's responsibility to get the information out there and look I'm not this is not about defending trump. This is about talking about journalism in this country, right? Let's just take a look at this the thing about the mortality rates where they had that exchange about mortality rates. We have the seventh highest talapity 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 bath. The I think what we'll do what we have to travel ban to Chris I closed them off. If you remember I, was the one that did the European Union very early, but when you talk about mortality risk I think it's the opposite I think we have one of the lowest mortality rates. were. Nine hundred deaths on a single day. We will take this number one. I.
"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 The View
"Back I knew. Poll finds have eighty percent of Americans. Worry that the country is spiraling out of control, but ABC News correspondent agent banker says there's an easy way for you to be agent for change in her new book, your hidden superpower and she's here to tell us about it. Good Morning, girl welcome to the view good morning. WHIPPY! It's good to be with you. Hey, everybody! So. been discussing that there's a lot going on right now. In the streets from the protests to the pandemic and you're on the streets. You're journalists. You've been out there. What are you seeing? This is such a unique time. Because I the pandemic, it put us apart from each other, and so while we were in the midst of a very emotional time we were distanced physically, and that can affect us in ways that we don't even anticipate then with what happened this past week. And with the protests and demonstrations of what we do need to know is that there are a lot of people who are hurting right now and kindness means so much more today because we are in this visceral state. Even last month last year. Yes, you're bring quarantining in your apartment in New York City like so many people in this city. You're participating in the cheer for people on the front lines that happens seven pm every night very heart, warming, and wonderful thing that has happened in the city. Specifically mean to you though. I mean it was one of the most right moments of my time in isolation, because all these neighbors that I'll probably never meet. We're doing me a favor. They were reminding me that there was unification happening that there was hope we were all together there on balconies and fire escapes, and it truly is a golden hour. The fact that we're still cheering every night at seven PM. For frontline workers after all these weeks is truly telling that we can come together even in the most disruptive times. Now, Adrian You just written your first book, your hidden superpower, the kindness that makes you unbeatable at work and connects you with anyone, and you talk about how the world is demanding us to be kind under pressure given the climate in this country and the extraordinary pressure. We are all under. What is your advice to people? Well first of all. I would say that we all need to give each other a lot more mercy you know we've been through the most challenging time for all of us. Personally professionally mean so many journalists like me working from home, and doing all these different things to tell the stories, and yet also go through our own emotional processes of, but that goes for healthcare workers that goes for teachers who have been teaching students online because her parents who've had their kids homework, so we're all going through. Through change every single sector of our lives, and if we would take kindness and make it our personality, our lifestyle, our identity than our knee jerk response to challenge would be kindness. It wouldn't be this obligatory series of politeness or the right things to do or just trying to be nice. It would be really more about who we are, and just expressing that embraced to humanity that we need right now. We only a big hug, even if it's not a physical hug, we all need a big hug. I. Don't disagree with that Adrian, and one of your chapters is entitled Resilience Crazy. World, and it you talk about Greece both on a larger scale with everything that's happening on a personal level. Many people worry that they don't know what to say or do for someone who's grieving. What do you find helps the most? Well. It's interesting because there's two sides to this one is what I tell people to do is to be kind and schedule kindness in their day just like they were brushed their teeth, just like they would get their coffee. Go to the gym because being kind intentionally moving beyond random axe creates this muscle memory where you use your conscience for other people's benefit in doing that, you'll intuitively know what to do in your own life when you reach a crossroads or have a challenge at work or challenging conversation with neighbor or a friend, and when it comes to grief, it can hit us like this freight train, and for so many people around us rather than focusing on ourselves. We say okay what? What can I do to serve other people in serving other people? We get the encouragement we need. We get the fuel and the city that we need to keep going and most people are just looking for something consistent, because there's so much change happening in the world right now when you can offer that consistent kindness when you can do something for them that maybe they haven't had the time to think about like help them get childcare or help them with ordering Uber eats. Post mate so that they don't have to cook. You are taking a burden off of them and I'm telling you it's priceless right now. With everything going on in the world. We need those little things that means so much. So I wanted to ask you. What made you do this? What brought you to the fact that we're? You said I need to write about this because XYZ. What what? What made it happen? Well I've been mentored for many many years. My Mentor Bill Actually said to me Adrian you need to write a book on kindness a couple of years ago and I thought well. There's lots of books on kindness. Why would I need to write a book? People can pick them up at the library or the bookstore. He said No. It's your perspective and in studying myself and studying my journal Journalism Journey I realized that I really didn't want to go to work to have a job. I wanted to go to work with the intention of making someone's. Someone's day better and have a purpose filled career I mean so many times your job can chain. It's completely out of your control right now. The world is changing. It's partly a lot of ways completely out of our control, but what we do have the control in is how we treat people with kindness how we go to work and say you know what I'm not going to treat you like another position or a title I'm going to treat you like someone that I have one in a million chance of meeting and making a difference in. Well, thank you for common to the view. Thank you, thank you your new book, your him superpowers and kind this. Makes you unbeatable. At Work and connects you.
"chris wallace" Discussed on The View
"Welcome back. A new vital chapter of American history is being written right now as we speak and joining us to talk about. It is Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace. Who's also taking a look back at another historic era in his new book countdown nineteen forty. How you doing Kristin welcome back. Well, I'm doing great and I'm delighted to be with all of you. I've been listening to the first half hour, and as I during the break because I told sunny I learned more about de-fund police in her explanation of the top of the show that I've learned in the last two weeks. It's kind of amazing and you've been a reporter. For fifty years, I went with everything. You're seeing happening across the country. Are you hopeful that a change is coming. That will be beneficial to the whole nation. When you're talking about race relations and police I hope there's Change I. Hope that there's reform and improvement, but I can't say I'm especially. Hope fold that it's going to happen. Whoopie you when I guess roughly the same age. You know you remember one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty eight. You Remember Rodney, King you remember. Michael Brown, and Ferguson you remember Eric. Garner in New York City, and they all have a similar pattern, which is that there is a case of undue violence. There are protests, and sometimes they devolve into into riots. There calls for reform and. We are what we are enjoyed. Floyd died. So you know are? You. Hope that this time it's going to be different, but I have to say I'm not sure I'd bet on it. Sunny well. Trump is trump is positioning himself as a law and order president, but these movements that we are seeing. In the streets protesting law enforcement as we know it, he's also reigniting the fight now over taking a knee in silent protest during the national anthem. Is this in your view, the right tone for the president to be taking in this moment. Well I'm not gonNA talk about it and turns a right or wrong I. Mean you know the President has his base and he has his beliefs and he's entitled to them. Let me, talk about it in terms of politics and I would say that the last week it was a very bad week for the president in terms of politics in terms of his potential re-election prospects I. Mean when you're getting called out by the PISCOPO Bishop of Washington and the Archbishop of the Catholic Church of Washington when you're getting called out. Excuse me by everybody from Jim Mattis to former chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mike Mullen. And, even your own current secretary of Defense Mike for Breaks with you. That's not a good week. He had some good news on the economy, but clearly and you see there's a new poll and The Washington Post today that indicates by an almost two to one margin. People don't think the president has handled the last week properly. and His approval ratings and a standing in the balls drop so. You can argue as to whether he's right or wrong, but in politically I think it's been a bad week. Chris Fox News is the most watched cable news outlet in the country, nearly seventy percent of congressional districts yet some Democrats have refused appear on the network, and the DNC barred Fox from hosting in democratic. Primary debate was actually surprised to hear. Candidates say that they wouldn't come on. During the election I thought it was a completely missed opportunity on. Why should Democrats do more to reach out to the Fox News viewer? Wow, I like that question well. It's the same reason that it's the same reason. ERECTS, and Willie Sutton gave for robbing banks. That's where the money is There are as you say it's the top news network. It's the basic cable network. We beat TNT and ESPN and it isn't. You know despite what some people might think. It isn't all just right wing Republicans. There's a very large percentage that are independence that are conservative Democrats. and. Anybody is going to need the Fox. Vote whether you're Republican or Democrat to win the election we saw what happened. When the Democrats ignored an awful lot of Fox viewers or the constituency they stand for in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting. The candidates who appeared on Fox and the candidates who didn't appear on Fox. Bernie, Sanders appeared. Buddha judge appeared. An awful lot of the ones who went by the wayside like Cory Booker and Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren refused to appear on Fox I'm not saying that. That's why they lost, but boycotting sure and help. Okay well, there are plenty of Republicans who won't appear on MSNBC would burst both ways, isn't it? But that's not my question my question is this. You spent six years in the White House press corps during the Reagan administration, and we've seen the press secretary to berate journalists on on the types of questions. They should be asking name calling from trump. He's called the press which you are part of the enemy of the people. What do you think of that Sarah? How do you feel as a member of the president of the American people of the people? I think it's it's awful I. Think it's one of the most as I've said. This is not the first time I've said it, but I'll say it again, too. I think this president is involved in a most concerted campaign against the media in history now I said that in a speech and somebody wrote me, and said well wait a minute. What about John Adams Sedition Act eighteen hundred and I said you know what I stand corrected. John Adams was involved in the most. Concerted campaign. Against the Media Donald Trump was number two having said that I do want to say this that I think that some of the media has gone too far in response you talk about those White House briefings, I'm not very happy about him for from either side, I think that it's much too contentious on the part of Keighley, mcenaney, the press secretary and I, had much to contentious on the part of the lot of the White House. House reporters you know I. was there covering Reagan with Sam Donaldson and Leslie Stall? We didn't go easy, but we were basically trying to get information and I think the White House. Press Secretary is at the time under Reagan. Basically we're trying to dispense information. Now it seems to have become kind of a food, fight or ritualized performance where the the press secretary is trying to play Gotcha with reporters and the reporters are trying to play Gotcha. With the press secretary and I don't think the American people that served very well by either side. Right now. And you know what question but it. So because we got you say I was making a whole thing there about you got you and we're keeping you because we want you to stay.
"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.
"chris wallace" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Sunday with chris wallace yesterday and obama 's department homeland security secretary jay johnson admitted that the obama administration detained children and families he said quote we believed it was necessary in fact let me scour my audio sound bite roster very quickly here from now just preventing dead air here by mumbling die but ended up not they're not don't need it i just was checking had his own words this came out of i wonder what this guy's doing today jay johnson just blew the whole thing sky high right we have to show up an abuse anybody that cabinet and a restaurant department store out anymore man i can't wait vote democrat.
"chris wallace" Discussed on WLOB
"Temptations here's a guy that are usually quite often on the fox news channel and of course we salute him chris wallace chris wallace chris wallets chris wallace has got to be fifty two now i think chris wallace was older i believe he's probably sixty seven seventy but one down for the deborah gattone era the uk sammy winward sammy is she and a good look in one she's a soap opera is it cme with an eye no just so samm why oh wow it's even better or guys sammy with a why you gotta love a girl that spelled her name of the why i do yours all of us would you should try let's see sammy with ally goodlooking zabbra actress i'll put her at twenty eight thirty thirty one almost as you said thirty two you would have appeared via this lady is a tv show host i'd like to catcher show because she awfully good looking her name's cheji piper now i want everyone to understand the criteria see if he were to say ran on care about the content your awfully goodlooking we should get your show nobody would want that because she's goodlooking isn't care what she talks about just koshis goodlooking he wants to see the show that is correct i actually does radio that server katie piper above twenty six i would say should probably forty thirty all those three four furniture kd piper check our where her show was somebody let me know all right now we're getting i am i talking about the most one of the most indigenous people ever all his name is the christopher columbus them my question is the first celebration of columbus day in the usa held in new york city happen in what you're bob i'll say eighteen thirty one how botox he sell the ocean blue.