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"clare malone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Clare Malone, my king and have their long a true politics Power trio about some of the defining moments of campaign 2020 and in particular how the economic fallout from Kobe 19 has only widen The economic inequity gap in this country. It's definitely challenge number one for whoever wins this election and in particular, getting women back into the workforce. We've basically just wiped out a decade or more of gains for women in the workforce and The United States was already lagging behind other nations in terms of getting women into the workforce. So this is challenge number one, and it's been interesting. I think there's been a lot of pressure on President Trump, who really hasn't come out with an economic plan. He was said back in August. I'm going to I'm going to come out with this new tax cuts for the middle class. There was never a plan that was delivered and it's really interesting to me that this week was supposed to be a big victory lap for Trump to be able to come out and say, Look how much the economy rebounded in the third quarter. You know, we had the best GDP growth of in our history, and instead that was totally overshadowed by the corona virus cases surging again and the stock market almost almost nearing a correction. You almost having this big down sweet because people are worried about what this is gonna look like in the next few months and to your point about women, the It seems as if where the president is mostly focused as we heard from some of his rally speeches is He said. Don't worry, women were going to get your husband's backto work. So the focus seems to be on an economic reality. That is sort of trapped in another era. Definitely it's amazing. I mean, your eyebrows just went up. You heard that if there was any hope of tryingto were particularly some of these white women back wanted were willing to give him a chance in 2016. It just seems like everything that's happened in the last month has been The opposite of that, But as I stepped back, and it's kind of insane if we had had this conversation in February, you know people Americans raided this economy is the best since the 19 nineties as recently as February. And here we are sitting on the verge of the election and President Trump. It looks like he'll be the first president in his first term in modern history, having lost millions of jobs, and that's such a dramatic turnaround and just Eight months. Claire. That's what I want to get to as we as we close out the segment is, you know where we are now, versus where we were even in 2016, and I know that You all over at Fivethirtyeight have to spend a lot of time answering these questions. Right of well isn't isn't this a lot like 2016? I didn't. We didn't. We see it in the same situation where Trump was behind, and then it came back to win and All the comparisons back to then. But it seems to me that one of the biggest difference is is that in 2016 the last week of the campaign we were talking about James Comey and the FBI reopening the email case, and all the attention was on Hillary Clinton and her troubles. Now we're ending this election, as Heather said. With Spike in Corona virus cases, stock market downturn How does that you know? Sort of changed the closing bell. As we think about Tuesday. The biggest difference between 2016 and 2020 is 2016 actually had quite a lot of fluidity in the race. As you just pointed out. Lots of events were happening in the final days and weeks, but You know. Also, there were still a lot of undecided voters, which lent a greater, chaotic nous to the greater chaos to the race. We have to remember that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were each historically disliked. Candidates. People found them unfavourable on both sides on DH. So there were a lot of you know voters who were what was the trite phrase that we trotted out, holding their nose and voting for fill in the blank. And in 2020, we don't have that. I mean, Heather was alluding before to the strong opinions, their feelings that are elicited in 2020. People know who they're voting for. You know, there's so there's not There's actually quite a lot of steadiness in the polls. But I think that in and of itself makes people nervous, because obviously we're all human beings, and we all have Emotional reactions to what happened in 2016 good or bad and uncertainty about it. I think it was a surprised everyone, though. It's for something most people, so I think some of that's going on and you know there's I feel like I need thio mention every time I talk about election results. There is also the idea that Election day is being talked about. I think in a different way that it has been in any other year. There's been so much you know people are doing war games and newsrooms are talking about how to handle You know the eventually you know the potential eventuality that someone I either president wouldn't accept a clear election results, So I do think that there is a different while the Poles are steady. There is a different aura to use a Lulu term surrounding election day this year. My I'm curious if voters are thinking even past election day, you know what I mean? Like It seems we're so trapped in this election as it is, who's gonna win and of course, we're trapped in the reality of a pandemic that is still gripping the country. Are they allowing themselves to think about like what next year could look like or what they're hoping to get in a 2021 if there's a new president? I think voters are thinking about this in terms of how quickly life can get back to normal and what normal will look like under each president, each potential president. Folks, of course, want to get backto work. They want to be able to gather with their families safely. These are all things that That we've talked about. But, you know, I think reporters and pundits are thinking about what the lame duck will look like. We're thinking about this very much in policy terms and voters air just really. I mean, they want to know if they can get together with their families for Christmas. I think that's.

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"clare malone" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Clare. Thanks so much for joining me to be. My, King is a campaign. Twenty twenty reporting fellow at Politico David Nakimora is a White House reporter for the Washington. Post Clare Malone is a senior political writer, a five thirty eight. Issues of systemic racism police, brutality and reform are firmly anchored in our national conversation. The fury with which we approach, these conversations has ebbed and flowed at least since the killing of Michael. Brown in Ferguson Missouri Twenty Fourteen. But in the weeks since the killing of George Floyd, a new urgency has emerged I think what we're seeing now is maybe an expansion of.

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"clare malone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The year in review erase BBC news correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics but now the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here and get your ski an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial in an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans thinks that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent my support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga up play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know wild it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about a page yeah so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning of the process when there was a big shift in terms of.

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"clare malone" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"In politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind as the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just two blocks.

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"clare malone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back biting deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course Iraq was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments track S. and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually the impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to the idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just do you have a lot.

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"clare malone" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"With our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect the in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans think said there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent our support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know while it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about impeachment yeah so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning of the process when there was a big shift in terms of Americans favoring impeachment war impeachment and removal over what had previously been maybe a third or forty percent of Americans supporting that and so there was a shift early on and then the polls have been relatively steady sense but when it comes to the facts of the matter whether or not Americans think that the president did something wrong there is pretty much a consensus somewhere between fifty five and seventy percent of Americans will say that the president did something unethical or did something wrong so it's really what Claire mentioned here that there is some conflicting views amongst the American public where on one hand a lot of Americans do think that what happened was not perfect as the president would describe it on the other hand do they want to remove the president that seems like an awfully big undertaking as you said in a democracy now this is the public really prepared for this Senate trial so many of us remember the Clinton impeachment trial so many don't I mean is there is there any way the public can be prepared for what's about to unfold and and just how ugly it it may well get no I don't think so and I don't think that the Clinton peach mint is necessarily the right model this is a historic event that we don't have enough examples to predict what the next one's gonna look like it's a rare and and this president is so unique he is a bombastic street fighter that has said he wants this to be a blood that he wants to go to the mat now I'm not sure that Senate Republicans are remotely interested in that I think they'd like to tie this up as soon as possible but he wants to draw blood to make Democrats pay for this and if he gets his way could be very nasty ugly bitter fight there in the Senate Claire is you look at at some of the numbers that the support for the president in other corners seems to be fairly consistent sure I mean there's some interesting polling that has been done in about five or six swing states where you know people are less enthused about removing the president from office or impeaching the president or thinking that he did something wrong and obviously we don't have a popular vote system a United States we go by the electoral college so whether people like it or not there are certain states which are more important than others when it comes to vote count but Galen if the president turns the Senate impeachment trial into a a reality show starring him and produced by him and controlled by him is that going to play well beyond his core supporters you know probably not a lot of things that the president has done has not played particularly well beyond his core supporters which is evident by the fact that his approval has remained pretty steadily under water by about twelve points even with such a good economy the fact that you know a solid majority of Americans or talk about approval rating down not favor of impeachment the fact that a solid majority of Americans do not approve of the job of the president and have not for a long time shows that maybe that kind of strategy doesn't work beyond his core supporters but I think it's important to note that there's a good chance that the president will be allowed to turn the Senate into that kind of a circus because you have vulnerable senators there who are the senators who provide the Republicans with the majority gore looking out for their own reelection aspects people like Cory Gardner people like Susan Collins in Maine and if you have other senators like Mitt Romney in the summers kowski who are not up for election but gore and also not interested in playing that kind of partisan game necessarily and so without you know those players on the Republican team of on trump's team of trying to turn into something of a circus they simply will not be able to call the witnesses that trump might want them to like hunter Biden or Joe Biden or even Adam chefs for example so you know it's not going to be an all out partisan circus I don't think our guys spas and chat for a moment we have to take a quick break then when we come back we return to talk about twenty twenty twenty.

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"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news was six twenty nineteen the year in review erase correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen well it was a year in politics like nobody has ever seen filled with Twitter attacks allegations flying from every side Ukraine and Russia playing a role in U. S. debate impeachment hearings are huge panel of Democrats running for president and yeah the countdown to an election that's a whole lot going on and it leads us right into where twenty twenty will pick up as things get hotter in the election cycle so much is in front of us right now how we got here he's been a confusing past in the past year our colleagues over at five thirty eight who use statistical analysis hard numbers to understand the current state of affairs sat down to have a round table chat about the past year al Galen broke Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike a call and at five thirty eight let's begin by bringing ourselves back to this time last year color what were some key expectations that we had for how politics would play out in twenty nineteen that didn't necessarily go as expected so I was thinking about this so flooding on minor and and what I was doing last December was reporting a piece about the sort of upstart progressive left activists in the Democratic Party because we had just come off the mid term in the last six months had sort of been defined by their AOC rising star and you know there was a lot of coverage at the end of twenty eighteen in the first months of of twenty nineteen of what we now know as the squad and so I was kind of interested in the over ten window opening ideas that were percolating you know the idea that they were you know court packing and all that stuff and this is sort of the this is before any of anyone had run for president there was a ton of talk about how much there were these progressive litmus tests for the primary.

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"clare malone" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on WTVN

"Year in review erase BBC news correspondent Alex still twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics without the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here in the touristy an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans thinks that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a does not support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know wild it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about impeachment yes so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning.

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"clare malone" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on WTVN

"Silver Clare Malone and Mike a colon click what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course Iraq was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best election electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just what.

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"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Twenty nineteen the year in review erase BBC news correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics without the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here in the touristy an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment Eric in public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans think that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent our support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga up play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know while it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about a page yeah so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning.

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"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Where twenty twenty will pick up as things get hotter in the election cycle so much is in front of us right now how we got here he's been a confusing past in the past year our colleagues over at five thirty eight who use statistical analysis hard numbers to understand the current state of affairs sat down to have a round table chat about the past year al Galen broke Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike a call and at five thirty eight let's begin by bringing ourselves back to this time last year color what were some key expectations that we had for how politics would play out in twenty nineteen that didn't necessarily go as expected so I was thinking about this so flooding on minor and and what I was doing last December was reporting a piece about the sort of upstart progressive left activists in the Democratic Party because we had just come off the mid term in the last six months had sort of been defined by their AOC rising star and you know there was a lot of coverage at the end of twenty eighteen in the first months of of twenty nineteen of what we now know as the squad and so I was kind of interested in the over ten window opening ideas that were percolating you know the idea that they were you know court packing and all that stuff and this was sort of the this is before any of anyone had run for president there was a ton of talk about how much there were these progressive litmus tests for the primary.

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"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here in New Jersey an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans thinks that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent my support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga up play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know while it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about impeachment yeah so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning of the process when there was a big shift in terms of Americans.

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"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In review erase correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen well it was a year in politics like nobody has ever seen filled with Twitter attacks allegations flying from every side Ukraine and Russia playing a role in U. S. debate impeachment hearings are huge panel of Democrats running for president and yeah the countdown to an election that's a whole lot going on and it leads us right into where twenty twenty will pick up as things get hotter in the election cycle so much is in front of us right now how we got here he's been a confusing path in the past year our colleagues over at five thirty eight who use statistical analysis hard numbers to understand the current state of affairs sat down to have a round table chat about the past year here now Galen drew Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike a call and at five thirty eight let's begin by bringing ourselves back to this time last year Claire what were some key expectations that we had for how politics would play out in twenty nineteen that didn't necessarily go as expected so I was thinking about this reflecting on minor and and what I was doing last December was reporting a piece about the sort of upstart progressive left activists in the Democratic Party because we had just come off the mid term in the last six months had sort of been defined by the A. O. C. rising star and you know there was a lot of coverage at the end of twenty eighteen in the first months of of twenty nineteen of what we now know as the squad and so I was kind of interested in the over ten window opening ideas that were percolating you know the idea that there were you know court packing and all that stuff and this was sort of the this is before any of anyone had run for president there was a ton of talk about how much there were these progressive litmus tests for the primary.

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"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Every side Ukraine and Russia playing a role in U. S. debate impeachment hearings are huge panel of Democrats running for president and yeah the countdown to an election that's a whole lot going on and it leads us right into where twenty twenty will pick up as things get hotter in the election cycle so much she's in front of us right now how we got here he's been a confusing past in the past year our colleagues over at five thirty eight who use statistical analysis hard numbers to understand the current state of affairs sat down to have a round table chat about the past year here now Galen drew Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike a call and at five thirty eight let's begin by bringing ourselves back to this time last year Claire what were some key expectations that we had for how politics would play out in twenty nineteen that didn't necessarily go as expected so I was thinking about this reflecting on minor and and what I was doing last December was reporting a piece about the sort of upstart progressive left activists in the Democratic Party because we had just come off the mid term in the last six months had sort of been defined by their AOC rising star and you know there was a lot of coverage at the end of twenty eighteen in the first months of of twenty nineteen of what we now know as the squad and so I was kind of interested in the over ten window opening ideas that were percolating you know the idea that there were you know court packing and all that stuff and this is sort of the this is before any of anyone had run for president there was a ton of talk about how much there were these progressive litmus tests for the primary and so I think that that has proven half true for twenty nineteen right there were a lot of progressively tests and a lot of the primary was around dilemmas.

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"clare malone" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and they have different angles and actually the impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just what it might.

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"clare malone" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are similar report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually the impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just two blocks.

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09:37 min | 2 years ago

"clare malone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Atlantic and host of radio Atlantic podcast he seems to spend a lot of his time on the campaign trail he's joining us from Houston hi Isaac hi how are you clear Malone is a senior politics writer at five thirty eight she's a political analyst who can help us break down the data and the debate Claire thanks for being here thanks for having me and Jill pain was on the Clinton campaign in twenty sixteen he brings the insider perspective to the discussion Joel welcome great to be with the family I think I'm gonna start with you you were down there in Houston the conventional wisdom that has emerged of the debate was that it didn't really shake up the status quo the three current front runners fight in Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren are still the top three Biden is the study but still vulnerable front runner you agree with that assessment. but I think one of things we have to think about is that what what we could possibly expect to happen on stage it would have radically reshaped the race is over the course of two and a half hours and maybe that happened in the first debate in Miami when Kamel Harris at took on by then but even that was momentary and nobody thought would suddenly catapult her into first place and buy them would be finished forever and that includes people on Harris's campaign so yeah it didn't rate reshape the race we shouldn't expect them anyone debate is going to reshape the race what I think did happen was that there is a an elevation of the intensity of the primary and of the the candidates who are not those three trying to find their way and having lots of air time lots of time to talk through what it is that they are proposing and getting a lot of attention that they haven't had so far in the race that Rourke and Cory Booker both had lots of time where they were getting a lot of good reaction from the crowd we'll see whether that starts to translate but it's not going to translate just off a debate stage it translates from some of the media attention but then whether they can get that movement in that in the early states. will clear that's what I wanted to pick up on with you is you know the theory was that in these debates this is going to be a a small D. democratic process right here's a chance for the lesser known candidates people who don't have really big names to come in and and break through in these debates I can share the stage with the well known folks and yet as I said pointed out nobody's really been able to use these debates to propel themselves past the front runners we saw Kamel Heris and the very first debate get a Bob but it faded so. what is it that these debates haven't done more to elevate some candidates who have done a quite decent job yeah I think it's interesting I mean I I do think that our national political discourse is just that it's national and so figures who people already know and have relationships with that would be the top three I would say Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders American voters have relationships with them they know what they're all about and while there might be other you know kids characters in this this whole extremely large cast of players who people find interesting and attractive booted judge Rourke Heris there is a little bit of additional work to those people have to do to introduce themselves now I will say that at five thirty eight we do also pay a lot of attention to how the state polls are doing and how can answer are doing in Iowa or New Hampshire South Carolina and you know I was down in South Carolina a couple weeks ago and people still say listen I see the polls nationally but also there's a lot of organizing work to be done who knows you could have a surprise candid it you know I think that someone like Pete judges really hoping that he does well in a place like Iowa say and perhaps he gains momentum but we are in September and we are kind of coming down to as everyone says the race gets really serious in the fall so people are running out of time a little bit if you're one of those second or third tier candidates to actually make an impression so are you basically the positioning yourself for if one of those front runners stumbles you get a second look I certainly think that's something that a lot of candidates are hoping for I mean I think a lot of people are hoping that Joe Biden gets out of the race because he is he has always been the numerical front runner and bike quite a bit but that said I think people also need to know what these candidates actually stand for and I think you cycle which are included judge for instance coming out last night saying no I'm a moderate to and so if you like Joe Biden but you're maybe a little bit worried about Joe Biden being older. Hey I'm here so for me. Joe I want to get to this question that our caller Doris raised a palette she said I just want to find candidates that can trance trump and we hear this over and over again from voters democratic voters who say look the number one issue for me is electability who can beat trump. are these debates giving democratic voters any insight into who the best most electable candidate S. I think it is giving voters insight into a lot of things and I think among them are how these three people would match up on a stage with Donald Trump you know in the phenomenon that you talk about with the caller really reflects to me what I call the pundits occasion of the electorate you know these pundit the D. rather these voters who are more focused on what what are my friends and neighbors doing and how will they react to Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren people to judge and so on and so forth almost less man what do I feel what who who stirs my emotions the most and I think we've seen that on display we saw that at the Thursday debate that that these candidates are really trying to demonstrate that they could be a foil for Donald Trump I think what's interesting about the bond phenomenon the assumption being that Joe Biden is the strongest candidate to go up against Donald Trump but it's really not performance I mean it's really based on polling and it's based on perceptions and if you really look at it you know a lot of Democrats are starting to come around to the idea that maybe someone like Elizabeth Warren who you know present such a stark contrast to Donald Trump might be that type of a candidate who could really be that electable Democrat that could expand the democratic base and maybe even bring in some anxious trump voters I think voters are starting to consider that in greater numbers. we'll tell that's what I find really interesting about that point of maybe by then isn't the most a lack the bull or he's not the strongest candidate here they looked to Elizabeth Warren who has done a masterful job of avoiding getting into fights with other candidates of being sort of pushed by other candidates and I'm wondering that question really to me is about the. Bates as a stress test right here is an opportunity for the candidates to have to defend their weakest points and do you think that these debates have actually done a good enough job of doing that like here's where Republicans are going to come after you candidate axe let's hear you defend it I think the the moderators of certainly done their level best representing that in you know voters can kind of discern whether or not they think that's the case I think that Elizabeth Warren you know consistently throughout has shown herself to be the most adept at answering questions about her weaknesses mitigating those weaknesses and turning them into positives are talking about anecdotes and speaking very broadly about her perspective and why she would be a good president I think if you look at someone like Joe Biden I don't know if people can say the same thing and even if you go to Thursday you know Warren probably had to be very happy that a lot of the lines of attack were between Biden and Sanders and I think that you know Warren benefits when Sanders is presented as the foil to Biden and Warren is seen in a way is the compromise candidate or as the the kind of third way in a sense if you if you're looking at those top three you know no whatever cues Elizabeth Warren to being a moderate but in that situation she might seem like the third middle path I think that's a really interesting dynamic that emerged on Thursday as well Isaac I think it was clear saying that they were sort of a bonding of the moderates the judge in the clover charm bite and pushing back on Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren on health care do you think this is a trend that we're gonna see continuing about the candidates are going into lanes with Warren and Bernie taking the more liberal positions but getting real push back from those who aren't as far left well the only hope that the candidates like club which are would have over the course of the next debate in October remember they get on stage. at last the everybody was on stage and the September debate will be on stage in the October debate but that may be the end of it the polling threshold are going to move up we're expecting the donor thresholds are going to move up almost certainly in November it's going to be a smaller states a part of this is a race for for getting on to that stage. all right we are going to have to take a quick break more with Clare Malone Isaac to wear and Jill.

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