39 Burst results for "Clinton Clinton"

Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on Forever35

Forever35

01:29 min | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on Forever35

"I've never seen it, which I'm embarrassed to say. You have to say that I have to have the Clinton is in it, the indigo girls are in it. You have to see it. So when that movie came out, a lot of people saw it, so it was a documentary about The New York Times crossword puzzle. And I watched that movie and I started to think that I could compete because it's all about this tournament. I was watching these people and I said, well, I can do a Monday and three minutes, and I can do a Saturday in under ten minutes. And I thought, I think I could probably do this. And like a lot of people, the movie was very popular. And the tournament which used to take place in Stamford, Connecticut, all of a sudden all these people were interested because of the movie. So they moved the tournament to Brooklyn. It's now back in Stanford because it's kind of settled back down. But for a few years because of the movie, people were so interested and wanted to partake. So as in Brooklyn, I'm based in New York City. So I said, I'm going to go, I'm going to compete in this tournament and I'm going to see what happens. And so I competed for a few years. About 6 or 700 people. And the way that I would describe a crossword tournament is just imagine a bunch of people in a room taking their SATs voluntarily and that's what it's like.

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Stephen Miller: Biden's Cognitive Mistakes Can Lead to Nuclear War

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 4 d ago

Stephen Miller: Biden's Cognitive Mistakes Can Lead to Nuclear War

"Cut ten. Here's more of what Stephen Miller said about the cognitive decline of Joe Biden and why it matters. I'm not sitting here just trying to take political pot shots at Democrats. That's not what we're saying. You have got to understand what the risk is here. Stephen Miller sure understands it. Of course, we can talk about Afghanistan, the greatest foreign policy humiliation in American history without even a close second, we can talk about the fact that this administration is now presiding over the first war in Europe since the Second World War, obviously you've had some conflicts, so I shouldn't say the first major war in Europe since the Second World War. There's obviously been some conflicts, but the first major war in Europe. And nothing like, for example, what happened in the Balkans or what happened in the Clinton administration, you're talking about something that could lead us to nuclear war. You're talking so that could lead us to World War II. So this could lead to nuclear war. Do you understand it?

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Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

00:58 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"It's things that you're thrusted into or a calling is literally you are called to do something. 9 times out of ten, it's uncomfortable and you don't really want to go that direction in the first place. Those are the people I want. Those are the people that I want to be there. The people that answer the call, not the people that figure out how to get somebody to call them to go do the job. And the first place. I completely agree. Either way, Joe Biden, we have no idea what you're talking about. And then also, I guess they're going to take this abortion thing straight to the midterms. I even read a report that every person that's going to put their name in the hat for the Democrats in 2024 to include Hillary Clinton is going to directly challenge Biden on the things that he's been doing, right? IE how he allowed this to happen with abortion and even get this, the border crisis. Yes, I read that the dims are seeing that America is literally going. And honestly, you can thank Ron DeSantis for this. Literally like, oh, you want all these immigrants so much? Here they are right here in the thing. And now all of a sudden reports are starting to come out that the Democrats that will run for the 2024 election are actually going to be pro securing the border. It's just going to be very interesting. I hate to say it because we get so frustrated with them and they've denied it for so long, but hey, even if it's taken this long for that to happen, that is kind of how the structure of government that we have is intended to work. It's a slow moving process. And so if the electorate, if the people of the country are this dissatisfied that it's leading to an entire party changing how they're going to perform, not hopefully it's not just talking points in a debate. Hopefully it is action. Hey, isn't that what we want? Kind of? Looking at it? I mean, I don't believe it. I mean, yeah. I've been looking at this. I believe it would be, yeah, it's a talking point to, as they use stimulus checks to buy votes last time. It's an attempt to get votes. Okay, all right, Zach. And Morgan, this is the topic that probably is going to take us a minute and it's going to be our last topic on this one today.

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Congressman Jason Lewis Talks Trump-Hating Republicans

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 4 d ago

Congressman Jason Lewis Talks Trump-Hating Republicans

"Explain to me. Again, talk about revisionist history or just changing history. I don't care what you call it. But how can you have, quote, and I'm tired of looking at this, you go on MSNBC, CNN, and sometimes even Fox or in others. And you see these Republican consultants who have not worked for criticized president Trump every day of the week. They criticize Republicans. They, I mean, they work against what is considered, you know, many of us consider conservative, but yet the mainstream media out there is because here's Republican consultants. No, those are not Republicans anymore. Let's at least move them to independent. Let's do something to say, they're not where the Republican voters are today. And if they were, they'd be out there being hired, but they just don't reflect it. That's the part where the media tries to make by using labels. Everybody look the same and that try to isolate those who are pointing out the deficiencies in their argument. It is hard to overestimate the falsity of Steve Schmidt or Rick Wilson ever be considered a Republican. And this whole notion of and this is I'm glad you brought this up because everybody thinks it's Trump's abrasive personality. And let's be honest, it's a different kind of politician. You and I both know that. Not afraid to say that. But different times call for different leaders. But it wasn't that buggy. I mean, oh, he's not humble enough. I think Barack Obama was humbled, Bill Clinton. It was the issues Trump was threatening them with. The end of globalism, the controlling the border, all of these issues that they were advising their Republicans on you. You really ought to come out with a climate platform. You really just need to do that. And don't alienate the Human Rights Campaign by being a traditionalist, you can't do that. And so Trump was threatening that status quo issue wise, and I think that's why they turned on him. That's why they didn't like him. And now from Bill crystal to Schmidt, Wilson, they are venomous in their hatred.

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Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:47 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on Mark Levin

"Cosby. Former adviser to president Trump and also president Clinton dick Morris, where do you see everything with the raid headed? And do you believe, as you said, it's a fishing expedition, and are you surprised that under the premise of national archives as you eloquently said at the beginning here, dick, and I think about all the back and forth that used to happen with the national archives, and it was just rudimentary, you know, there was always a president who had some documents and I never thought in a million years that a national archives issue would lead to a raid of a former president's home, my goodness. Well, it didn't completely pretextual. Where we are to find out whatever they can. And the community did not feel the evidence they wanted. And they went to malaga to see it there. Download all

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Jim Hanson on the Mental Illness of the Democratic Party

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 6 d ago

Jim Hanson on the Mental Illness of the Democratic Party

"Jim, let's go to a real fascist, not a alleged fascist. This is from independence hall, just a few weeks ago. Too much of what's happening in our country today is not normal. Donald Trump and the Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic, but there's no question that the Republican Party today is dominated driven intimidated. By Donald Trump on the maga Republicans, and that is a threat to this country. That is a threat to this country. It's just not normal. What's not normal is being drenched in red light in front of independence hall where our founding documents were deliberated. And calling 74 million people a clear and present danger to the United States. Now, on the one hand, it doesn't really matter, but I'm curious, why do you think it is Jim? That they never throttle back. They go from deplorables to clear and present danger. What's happened to this party? It's a mental illness. I think they are part of a secular religion. Woke neo Marxism is a secular religion. It's got dogma, they have a past date, you know, they do all the things that a very extreme religion does. I think you're absolutely right, but I'm curious, when did it move? When did it transition from being a political party where JFK and scoop Jackson could hang out or even Baba even Clinton could hang out to being a secular ideological extremist religion? That happened. Barack Obama. Yeah, he came in and what he did is he told all the groups all these activist groups and all the identity groups that they had put together. They said, you guys are oppressed. The man is keeping you down and you need to present your grievances. You need to set the streets on fire and take what is duly yours. And they did

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Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

00:41 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clinton " discussed on The Financial Guys

"And that keep listening to him. But think of the arrogance of the united nations, telling the world we own science. They're smarter than us. How scary is that? That a global conglomerate like the United Nations, telling the world we own science. And we're going to manipulate Google to let you know what the science is that we own. They're smarter than you. And it's not just global warming or climate change. It's about COVID and vaccines and boosters and masks. And immigration. And whatever status is that they want to end up saying, it doesn't have to be science. It's any statistic, period. If it's not what they want, they make up a statistic to make what they want. And then manipulating Google to put their agenda right there. But you know what, folks, you're smarter than that. And quite frankly, we are smarter than that, Mike. Yes, we are. I hope so. And it all boils down to, regardless, and especially, you know, we do always want to close on this point. And you're a 100% right. It's about the people that elect these clowns day in and day out, especially in blue states like New York. We keep electing these clowns and then we're expecting a different result. Here's what I'd recommend. Anybody that wants to go vote for John fetterman and you're probably not listening to this, you'll never hear this, but maybe we'll make a club of it. If you want to go vote for John fetterman, if you want to go vote vote, excuse me for Joe Biden, potentially Hillary Clinton in 2024 because that's a new story this week. If you want to vote for any of these people, just take a stroll down New York City at around ten to 11 p.m.. Go to San Francisco. At ten to 11 a.m., you'll see a lot of great stuff there.

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Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 6 d ago

Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

"We're talking about when you include gotta ways not just the people that were encountering and then we're counting but all the people that were not We are approaching now the entire population of frigging Ireland 5 million people coming into this country in the first two years It goes through those three and then education I got a first and a third grader I'm all for parents rights not for teachers unions dictating that my kid in first grade and I have a first and a third grader First graders being taught about gender identification sexual orientation I don't hear the president saying one thing about that So I go down the list and I can't find anything that this president has done right and trust me I'm an objective guy I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 when I was a young man because the economy was good and he liked to balance budget and he said that you're a big government's over All right good enough for me That doll guy looks old I'll vote for Bill Clinton So I can be objective But here in looking at it through sober eyes and lucid eyes I don't see it By the way you bought up Maggie haberman before And this is interesting This is the start of the year because this goes back to our media conversation Over the next 5 weeks there are 15 books coming out about the president The problem is that president is Trump That is what they're focusing on And you're talking to the one guy who wrote about Joe Biden in the past 9 months as far as having resembling a major name That's the thing 15 to one not one person can analyze and write about this president scrutinize the current guy in power No of course they can't do that They serve at the pleasure of the Democratic Party

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The Republican Leadership Has Come up With a 'Commitment to America'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 6 d ago

The Republican Leadership Has Come up With a 'Commitment to America'

"I want to comment on the House Republican leadership. This is McCarthy and Steve scalise, who's been on this podcast and Elise Stefanik of New York. And they have put forward one, say, belatedly, because this probably should have come a lot earlier, but nevertheless, it's coming in time for the midterms. Something called the commitment to America. Commitment to America. Now, if you have sense of perspective here, you'll recognize as a kind of a similarity to something that gingrich did. And the period leading up to the 1994 midterm election. Remember, Clinton was elected in 92. And this was an anti Clinton wave that the Republicans were able to ride brilliantly in gingrich was able to nationalize the midterm election, not something that is that easy to do with the contract with America. I would say looking back on it the contract with America was a mixed success and got some things accomplished. In fact, to some degree, it put welfare reform at the front of its agenda. It even got Clinton kicking and screaming to sign welfare reform and then later Clinton took credit for the effects of welfare reform, but it was the Republicans who made him do it, and they did it themselves. There were other things that the contract with America tried to do line item veto a constitutional amendment to balance the budget. And those things ultimately faded. They didn't work. But it was a, it was a brilliant maneuver, and of course gingrich was a marvelous articulator of it. And I think with that in mind, we have this new crew, which is basically McCarthy, who apparently thinks he's a little bit of the new gingrich. Now, unfortunately, McCarthy doesn't have the charisma of gingrich. He doesn't have the intellectual firepower gingrich who actually was an intellectual gingrich was a college professor before he got into politics. And with McCarthy, you know, I approached this with kind of a, well, I'm going to call it one sheer for the GOP plan. The plan itself is not bad.

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Democrats Want to See Gov. Ron DeSantis Fail

Mark Levin

01:26 min | Last week

Democrats Want to See Gov. Ron DeSantis Fail

"Folks you need to understand it I know you do But some people don't If you really understand what we're dealing with here they want desantis to fail That's what they want You heard how giddy Amy Klobuchar was Trying to tie this into the Democrats and climate change We've had Democrats a long time in this country They've had a lot of power for a long time Obama had 8 years This guy Biden was in the Senate for 36 years He served with Obama for 8 years He's been president of two years We had Clinton for 8 years As the weather gotten better is it climate gotten better Do they take responsibility for anything Schumer has been in the Senate in the house What is it now Over 30 years Pelosi another one Over 30 years They act like they're all observers They've had the levers of power forever They run the Environmental Protection Agency They run the interior department They run at all They run the universities and colleges They run the various science operations and the federal government and in the universities and colleges what's the issue The issue is they're full of crap That's the issue

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Gavin Newsom 2024?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last week

Gavin Newsom 2024?

"Might be a spirited Democrat primary. However, I think that there is a good chance that Gavin Newsom will run for office and will become the nominee Gavin Newsom raises buckets of money. He is unfortunately very well liked by the kind of donors of the Democrat party. He's more articulate than not, even though when you listen to him in some of these tapes, he thinks he's super smart. He thinks he's super profound. He's been taking acting classes. You could tell from DiCaprio and Brad Pitt with the pregnant pauses and the elongated, let's just say, focus on certain words, very dramatic. And so let's just focus on Gavin Newsom for a second because Gavin Newsom made a very interesting comment over the weekend where he decided to use his platform his interview at the Texas tribune event. I think that's the name of the event. Texas tribune event, Ted Cruz is there Hillary Clinton was there. Gavin Newsom was there. Liz Cheney was there. And some people said, oh, why was Ted Cruz there? I don't like that he was there. No, he got interviewed. It was an interview format. The Texas tribune far left wing rag. They actually did a pretty good job of interviewing Liz Cheney and as an appropriate follow-up question. And then they had some sort of duck doing activists that I think fills in for Rachel maddow now, interviewing Gavin Newsom. Gavin Newsom has a cult like following amongst, let's just say upper middle class, not very happy suburban women. Upper middle class not very happy suburban women are big fans of Gavin Newsom. They find them comforting, confident, they like his directional leadership. The polls reflected, I've heard it firsthand. It's weird, it's bizarre, it's perplexing. We don't have to fixate on it too much. But Gavin Newsom is able to raise a lot of money, the media loves him. He's not totally stupid or dumb. I don't think he's as articulate as he thinks he is, because I don't think he's ever had to go up against a true rigor of a Republican opposition. So I just think his muscles are not really built for a four quarter fight or a 13, 14, 15 round boxing match, if you will. I don't think Gavin Newsom will be able to withstand the conservative media such as this program, Ben Tucker and others going after him because he's been nothing but lauded and praised that his entire life from mayor of San Francisco eventually to become governor of California.

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McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

The Officer Tatum Show

01:57 min | Last week

McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

"It says McDonald's will face a $10 billion lawsuit against them for not advertising enough on black owned media. Now, let me just explain who this helps in who this hurts. The fact that the plaintiff are the fact that and I believe it was a black man that did the suing. The fact that we're suing people because you're not advertising junk food enough on black networks. It's asinine to me. Now the people who are making money from advertisement who wants to sell out the black community because they don't care nothing about your health, you know, one of the leading cause of deaths for black people in America is heart disease and diabetes, hypertension, I mean, literally obesity is rampant amongst the black community. However, you get people who want to sue McDonald's because they don't spend enough advertising to black people. That's like saying, why don't you sell us more stuff to kill us? How dare you, not sell things that's going to destroy our community on our network. Why won't you sell destructive things in our community on our network? Why you just sell it on a white people network where black people ain't listening to? But no, it's about money. Says the federal courts this week ruled that McDonald's will have to face a $10 billion lawsuit allegation that is discrimination or discriminates against black owned media channels by refusing to advertise on them. It says media tycoon, Bryant Byron Allen, a company Alan media group, we're bringing the suit against the fast food retailer with the U.S. district judge for Nando, outgoing, all going, I think it's how you say his name. Clearing the way for Allen to attempt to prove his claim in court. So they're

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Video Captures Juveniles Ransacking Gas Station in Philadelphia

The Officer Tatum Show

01:58 min | Last week

Video Captures Juveniles Ransacking Gas Station in Philadelphia

"Y'all all stupid. Ugly, stupid. Bro. Now, for the people on the radio, this is the KFC business they are tearing up the store. It's a whole bunch of kids that have gone inside the store and they're literally turn it up. They're taking their turn down racks that still in stuff, they're damaging stuff and it's a goddess a clerk. I think he's behind the portion, you know, the store where they cook breakfast brio's and stuff and some of these convenience stores. He's there, he's recording. And just keep listening because some arrogant young lady is gonna ask him to dumb his question on Planet Earth continue to roll the clip. All right, let's take it too long. Let me go ahead and she was probably about to ask question. I'm gonna do it for 'cause I don't have time to wait for her to do that. So she goes up to this guy he's recording her. They turn up the story. You can hear the chaos in the background. She comes up to him and say, hey, y'all gonna make some food back here? Are you gonna just keep recording? And he told her, it may take a while. They're tearing up the entire store, ladies and gentlemen. They're throwing, you can see bags of chips flying in the background. They tearing up the store. Let me say this because people always get upset with me because I said at the beginning of my clip in the video I said, guess if you close your eyes, read the headlines, you can almost imagine who's in the store doing that.

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Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | Last week

Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

"Cheney came out vowed that she would campaign against Kerry Lake, even if she's campaigning for Democrats. And so Carrie Lake was on Fox and gave this response road clip 8. I want to point out what Liz Cheney has said about you when speaking at this Texas tribune conference yesterday. She says, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure Carrie Lake is not elected. Your reaction. That might be the biggest best gift I've ever received. I mean, the people of Wyoming can't stand her. I'm pretty much sure that the people of Arizona don't like Liz Cheney. You know, here's the deal, Maria, the Republican Party, the new Republican Party, is the party of we the people. It is no longer the party of warmongers. And so Liz Cheney probably should change her voter registration. Turns out she really is a Democrat, after all. That's why I love Carrie. They mess with the wrong woman there. They miss with a woman that already know how to talk 'cause she's been on television and she has these one liners that are literally career ending campaign ending. Liz Cheney is a trash bag of a candidate

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Brandon Tatum: I Could Not Be Prouder to Support Kari Lake

The Officer Tatum Show

01:51 min | Last week

Brandon Tatum: I Could Not Be Prouder to Support Kari Lake

"Carrie Lake is a close second. With the amount of places that I've seen her in the state of Arizona, I mean, they got a fundraiser coming up. I think on Thursday, they asked me was I able to go and I have to go right from the radio show right there if I want to be involved. But she's literally in schools and people's houses and fundraisers at events, Steven Crowder came down here and had a tremendous comedy event she was there. ASU football, even though they trash. Sorry, Nick, they're trash. And Arizona is trash too. But she was at an Arizona state football game. I mean, the crowd was going crazy. Students would carry. I mean, all of those things are such an encouraging measure, at least for me being in the state of Arizona that I could not be prouder to vote for and support someone like Carrie Lake. Now, let's give the, what do we call it? The devil's advocate of Carrie Lake, the complete opposite of Carrie Lake, will be Liz Cheney. Now I don't know if it's a Liz Cheney fans out there watching this to listen to this, but Liz Cheney has to be the trash is Republican candidate that I have seen in a while. She is she is on par with Hillary Clinton. Liz Cheney is the Hillary Clinton of the Republican Party. And I'm telling you what, I have never met Liz Cheney. But I will bet my career that she is as dusty and as ridiculous as Hillary Clinton. They're like cut from the same cloth. I would have more respect for Liz Cheney if she wasn't trying to throw Donald Trump under the bus for her own political gain. For her own family legacy. And that's just my opinion. I believe it's her family legacy. The bushes, the Chinese, all of they can't stand that Donald Trump has interrupted their legacy in this country. And he's literally poo pooed on their legacy.

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Democrats Are Losing Support From Black People in Georgia

The Officer Tatum Show

01:50 min | Last week

Democrats Are Losing Support From Black People in Georgia

"So when we look at what's going on in Atlanta joy, we look at what's going on in Georgia. I want to say Atlanta Georgia but in the state of Georgia, they are lewd the Democrats are losing support from black people. And I can't pinpoint exactly why this is happening. I can make an assumption to say that when a Republican is leading, people are satisfied with what they're getting at in the state of Georgia, they feel confident in the direction of the state and these Democrats are aligning themselves with the most asinine positions that I've ever seen in my life. When you go out on a limb and you continue to preach this idea of victimhood to black folks, I want you to understand in Atlanta, there's a lot of successful black people. It's a pretty big hub for black people in general, but it's a lot of successful black people that live in and around the Atlanta, Georgia area, there's also half of the police department is black. So when you are pitching this message of victimhood to black folks that know better and you just keep pitching and pitching and pitching it, you are going to find yourself running away black people with common sense. Black people who know better than the Democrats or no better than what the Democrats are trying to push. Also, when you look at what's going on in the state of affairs with a Democrat president, people are also waking up and saying, well, wait a minute. My cost to live in was better, more conducive for family growth and for my family and our well-being, than it is under a Democrat. I think a lot of these people remember the mask mandates and all this other stuff and they were watching very closely how Stacey Abrams came out and spoke and how Kemp handled the state.

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Why Did the Democrats Choose Stacey Abrams?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:47 min | Last week

Why Did the Democrats Choose Stacey Abrams?

"Stacey Abrams rebutted, I had a response to, I don't know what it would be considered officially, but she had came through and I said, who is this woman? Because I've never heard of her before, she does not appear to be a part of the Clinton cabal or a part of the Obama legacy. None of those things. I've never heard of her never seen her before. And she looked kind of sloppy if you ask me, she don't really look like she's well put together. She's very smart. It seems like she's educated, but she didn't seem like she was someone that the Democrat party wanted to present as the next generation of Democrats, right? Because Barack Obama was a significant play for the Democrat party. I'm going to leave it at that. I mean, he was good-looking, very charismatic, you know, he was then presidential, you know? He could speak. He would say all the right things and the Democrats could really use him and they did to usher in this idea of the first black president and it got a lot of people fired up and a lot of people voted for him. A lot of black people voted for him just because he was black, understandably so I don't think he's right, but I understand why. But why did they choose Stacey Abrams? Is the biggest question? The Stacey Abrams ran against governor Kemp in Georgia and she lost. I mean, she got a butt handed to her. She lost by 55,000 votes. Now she keeps coming back, she keeps showing up, and of course she's running again. This year, find herself in a position of authority for the Democrat party.

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Keisha Lance Bottoms: MAGA Republicans Are a Danger to America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last week

Keisha Lance Bottoms: MAGA Republicans Are a Danger to America

"Here's a Biden adviser. Keisha Lance bottoms. I forget she's an Orlando? Is she from Florida? Atlanta. That's right. She's the mayor. Was she the mayor of Atlanta? I mean, she's described as a Biden, former mayor of Atlanta. Mayor of Atlanta, she's on NBC, MSNBC's Sunday show with host Jonathan capehart. Listen to this. Well, I think it will be important for all of us who care about the United States of America to call out what we see. And what we see again with this mega Republican agenda is an effort to disrupt our democracy. So whether it be through November and beyond November, I think it will always be important to call out any effort there is to destroy essentially destroy the United States of America. President Biden has been very clear. He wants to work in a bipartisan effort. He has worked in a bipartisan effort. He's been able to get things done on behalf of our country. But when you have a maga Republican agenda that has no respect for the constitution that has no respect for free and fair elections, then it is important to all of us, not just the president, not just me for all of us to call it out for what it is. It is a danger to our democracy. It is a danger to our way of life.

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Caller: Judging One Moment of Prayer at Trump Rally

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last week

Caller: Judging One Moment of Prayer at Trump Rally

"I saw the same thing on Facebook this weekend and they capture one image of a crowd raising their hands in prayer. And then they compared it to a cult and people Trump is just like Hitler and it just follows through people just don't have enough common sense to look past that. But I mean, think about how evil that is, you mean to tell me that the crowd was, they lifted their arms in prayer and Hillary saw that and compare that to a Hitler rally? It's not just, it's not just Hillary. Like I said, I saw it on Facebook yesterday with the same thing. You're kidding me. No, no, I'm very serious. I mean, I had heard something about music a QAnon music bed or something, where we go one, we go, whatever one of their phrases is, I don't even know what that's about, but you're saying it was more about raising your arms, their arms and prayer and then people claiming a heil Hitler gesture? Yes, think of them. They compare it to a cult. I hear that. That's the new word. I see that all the time on social media where they compared oh, it's a cult. It's a cult, but Trump called, look, I'm not a cultist. I'm not a cultist that I don't follow that. It's just the latest tactic that they have to do. And like I said, nobody has enough common sense these days to look past one image of something. They think everything out of context. And they see it and they go, oh my gosh, look at these cult that's following Trump.

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Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters to Nazis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | Last week

Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters to Nazis

"September of 2022, listening to a top Democrat compare Trump supporters to Nazis. I remember as a as a young student, trying to figure out how did people get basically drawn in by Hitler? How did that happen? And I'd watch newsreels and I'd see this guy standing up there ranting and raving and people shouting and raising their arms. What's happened to these people? Why did they believe that? You saw the rally in Ohio the other night, Trump is there ranting and raving for more than an hour and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised. I thought, what is going on? So there is a real pressure. And I think it is fair to say we're in a struggle between democracy and autocracy. I don't even know what to say, except to turn it to you. 806 5 5 Mike pardon my language. What the hell is she talking about?

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All Eyes on Gov. DeSantis' Response to Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last week

All Eyes on Gov. DeSantis' Response to Hurricane Ian

"All eyes are on governor Ron DeSantis and how he's going to respond to hurricane Ian. Fact of the matter is, if he doesn't, if he doesn't perform as expected, they're going to crucify him. And it won't matter what he does. It's going to have everything to do with the intensity of the storm. If the storm is catastrophic and God forbid that Florida faces another Katrina situation, they're going to blame it on desantis. There's no doubt about it. It doesn't even matter what he does. And isn't that terrible that that's where we live? Isn't that terrible that that's where we are? But of course, here's where we are.

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Preparing for Hurricane Impact in Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Preparing for Hurricane Impact in Florida

"The movie escape from New York. Well, I reversed it. Only dummy me escapes Florida to come to New York to avoid the effects of a hurricane. Hurricane Ian is bearing down on potentially the West Coast of Florida. You know, it's so funny to talk to a longtime floridians because I'm a relatively new Floridian. I've only been there a couple of years. People have lived there forever. Tracy and barbio. The spirits of Tampa, they always thwart a hurricane. It doesn't hit the West Coast. It always goes left and always goes east or west or north or it never really hits us. And this time they seem to be suggesting it could. So we had to make a calculated decision over the weekend, I don't love it. I don't love it at all. I'd rather actually be in Florida, but I got to be on the air and there's a little thing called electrical power that one needs to stay on the air. And even though they got a great generator system set up at Salem Tampa and I just did not want to flip a coin or roll the dice rather and hope to be and plus if the power goes out and I don't have AC now that's a catastrophe, okay? If I don't have air conditioning, we got a big problem on our hands. I'm not sitting around sweltering in the heat because the AC went out because the power is out. I looked up where my condo is, I mean a level a bright red evacuation zone for hurricanes. Because I'm literally on Tampa Bay.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

07:54 min | 6 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"You mentioned your mom wrote poetry and poetry also plays an important role in your books, including your memoir, Brown girl dreaming, which is written entirely in verse. Was it because of your mom that you were drawn to poetry or do you find it's sometimes just inevitable for what the story needs? Part of it is because when I was a young person, I was very afraid of poetry. I thought it was this secret language that only dead white men understood basically. And it wasn't until I was made aware of the works of Langston Hughes and Nikki Giovanni's poetry. I first heard her reciting on an album on a record album that my mom had. I didn't make that connection that was politics because I was like, what is this? This is going straight to my heart. And so when I started writing, I knew that the way things sound it was important, the way things looked on a page was important. The way a line ended was important. And I learned that was poetry. I love that. And everything I write, I read out loud, so that makes a difference too, and how it sounds. So I've thought about your book harbor me quite a lot in the last couple of weeks, because just looking at the crisis in Ukraine and that there were clues to 3 million refugees. And in harbor me, it's a group of kids who are aware of often issues that we think aren't appropriate for kids to learn about or to think about. And yet issues that affect so many kids in this country or around the world, whether issues relating to incarceration or the fear of having to leave your home, and so I just wonder, Jacqueline, what stories do you hear from people who've read that book or any of your books where readers say to you this really hit me in this way or this really affected me? So many, you know, I think the thing that happened with harbor me is I was talking to young people and then the pandemic came. And then I started getting letters from young people who would say, you know, this is my life. I am Haley. I am Amari. So harbored me was like both heartbreaking and healing because I heard so many stories of so many kids across lines of race across lines of economic class, the stories of their fear and their heartbreak and the places in which they felt trapped inside their own skin. One of those stories and harbor me is about a white boy who moves into a predominantly black neighborhood and what that means for him to suddenly be other by no fault of his own. He's walking home and he's getting his next laughter. He's keeping this a secret, right? That there's this down low bullying going on. And then the way the kids rally around him and say, we will not let this happen anymore. And I think that's another story that kids talk about is like, that's unfair. That shit happened. You know, why would they do that? And I remember going to a school. This was with visiting day and visiting day is a story of a girl whose dad is incarcerated and a teacher said, well, we don't need to read this book because no one in this class has any one in prison, and of course that made me mad, and I'm like, I'm going to read that book. Yeah. And then when I read it, one kid raised his hand and he's like, my dad's in prison. Another kid raised his hand. He's like, my cousins in prison. My brothers in prison. And there were about 6 kids who knew someone who was incarcerated and the teacher said, I never knew that. And I said, because you never opened this door for them. And we have this beautiful conversation where these kids have been living with the shame of it. And I think of that often how we, as adults, we too often get to decide what the tone is in the room. What that tone is going to be, and what kids are going to feel safe talking about. And harbor me came this huge conversation among all these kids talking about which character fit their own particular narrative. And it was so great to see that and teachers talking about, okay, we're going to have an art room now. You know, we're going to have a space where adults give kids the space to talk. And it doesn't even mean having to leave the room, but being comfortable in our own silence. I find even with my own kids, if I sit very quietly, I hear things I won't hear. If I'm actually talking, or if they are aware of my presence in the room. And just being able to be in that space where young people are talking about all of these seemingly very quote unquote adult issues and it's like, no, these are their every day. I do want to ask about Brown girl dreaming since it is autobiographical. And so much of your work is wonderfully in the world of fiction, but how and why did you decide to share your own story? I was trying to figure out how I got to this point of being Jacqueline Woodson. I had grown up Jackie, the regular girl on the block, you know, one of four children. And I wanted to go back to the beginning and I was falling apart through the three years of writing that. And it's so funny, 'cause I would just write pieces and I'm like, this is not making sense. Why isn't it coming out as chapters? Why does this even matter? It felt so deeply specific and my beloved part. It was like, just keep writing. And then what was your partner and your family friends? What were they saying on this journey? They were like, oh, Jackie's falling apart again. She must be writing another book. Jackie's cranky again. She must have had a bad writing day. Like the same thing they've been saying for 20 years. But I remember going to my friend toshi Regan. She had read a bunch of these little pieces, and I said, why am I even trying to write this? Nothing was happening when I was born. Like, this does not matter. And she's like, what are you talking about? This country was on fire when you were born. And it completely unlocked it to that first poem, I am born on a Tuesday, February 12th, 1963. And it really began to make sense why I was telling this story. And I really started thinking, I'm going to tell this story in the context of American history, because none of us are existing outside the context of our country's history. And then I thought I was going to talk about my life and my mom and all this. And in the middle of writing and my mom died suddenly at 68. And suddenly that door closed and I was like, wait a second, I had questions. There were things I wanted to ask you. And then the memoir changed, and it became about myself in the context of my mother, right? Because we are on these journeys because of the journeys our parents were on because of the journey their parents were on and all the way back in time. And that's when all of it started making sense and all of it started having this other history to it. And when I finally got the book finished, my beloved editor Nancy Paulson just had her hand on my back the whole time. I was still saying no one is going to read this. And so I was stunned. I still am stunned by the journey that book has had. I've talked to book clubs where the Brown girls are all Indian. You know, all southeast Asians are all Asian and to realize as so many people who see themselves as non white saw themselves in this book, but what really surprised me were all the white boys who came to me. Who wrote to me. It's like, I love this book. I loved your grandfather or I wonder what happened to your brother. Everybody seemed to find some part of themselves in this book. And then I get these letters from white men in their 70s who knew my grandfather who knew hope and that he taught me baseball, your grandfather was the nicest man in nelsonville, and that blows me away. So just being able to get these.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

08:02 min | 7 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"April, when you walked into that White House briefing room, how many other black women were there? I remember Sonya Ross, when they Associated Press and scales from the Boston Globe. So you weren't the only one, but no, you also were still probably not. It was not representative of what it should have been right. But I was the only one there focused in on the urban agenda focused in on news for people who were underserved. And there was a large content of black reporters that number said dwindled. So we've lost ground. We've lost ground a lot of ground. Yes. So April, could you? Just reflect on that a little bit. The White House briefing room that your colleagues have gotten less diverse over the last 25 years? Yeah, it's so sad. What happens is if you see a president come into The White House. And he has a leaning towards issues on race. He has a leaning on issues of diversity. They ten more to put reporters in that reflect the president's mindset are leaning. And are they the media organizations or are they The White House press office? Oh, no, no, the media organization. The White House press office has nothing to do with it. They can suggest or we would like to see a room that looks like America, but it's up to the news organization. So when George W. Bush came in, the numbers dwindled because the thought and even George W. Bush said this to make the thought is that he is not considered someone who is forward thinking what matters to rights. He said one because of his father. He's a Republican. He was governor of Texas and the fact that Texas had one of the worst death penalty rankings in the nation, not the worst. We talked so much about race on so many different levels and just said, you know, people don't believe. And I was like, really? And I said, the way we are talking, if you could talk like that, like you're talking to me, people would be more amenable and the George W. Bush that I saw at that time was so different than what we saw on television. I mean, Chelsea, we even had a conversation during the campaign between then presidential candidate John McCain and then presidential candidate Barack Obama. George W. Bush told me, he said, he saw the subtle and overt racism. In the campaign. And it was a moment I'll never forget. I mean, when you are around that rarefied air to find out what a sitting president is thinking on matters of race and issue that you cover, you listen. Because the division was happening. Political correctness was leaving the room. The racial divide was coming to the forefront. And the way I see it is that your father, former president Bill Clinton. Saw a need to deal with matters of race. He was willing to put race on the table when others did not do it. And when I first came into The White House, the first couple of months, people thought I was militant because I was asking questions about race. I'm like, what? And how much of that do you think was because you were a black woman that you were perceived as militant versus if I were asking those questions? 100%, they would think, oh, that's great for a moment. And then they'll ask you, why is she keep asking on Madison rice? Race is always on the table. Grace and money are two factors that are always on the table, but it's never spoken about. And I've learned this to Chelsea that The White House Capitol Hill, it's not about politics or party. It's about people. And it's about humanity. And that is what's missing. I think we forget as we have this crazy discourse. I think we forget it's about people, truth that humanity. And I'm throwing the word truth in there too. I certainly think one of the greatest existential challenges we confront in our democracy is the erosion of a shared understanding of what facts are and what truth is. Yeah, my history books didn't prepare me for this. Laws are made to be broken now. You never thought that a president could break the rule of law. He never imagined January 6th. Which now the Republicans say it was a legitimate form of political expression. Every threat against every person during those four years was made real on January 6th. And if that is embraced public discourse, we are really going down the wrong road. I've watched the Republican Party call for decorum in sacred political spaces. And that was a full on riot to overthrow the government. End of story, the executive branch at that time waged war on the legislative branch. And we all watched it happen on live television. The threats that so many of us received during those four years were made real that day. And I tell people do not take this lightly. I mean, this is a sacred political space that has been marred and forever changed. The body politic is moving in a direction that is totally juxtaposed to what the founding fathers put in place. Yes, the founding fathers did not expect in April Ryan. War Barack Obama or Bill Clinton or George W. Bush. Or Donald Trump. Well, arguably, they were worried about a Donald Trump. That's what they were trying with all of these pillars that they put in place to prevent, but now we're embracing what the Patriots contend they never wanted, you know? April you, during the Trump years, at times went from covering the story to being a story. And I didn't like it. 'cause that's not the job you were there to do. You weren't there to be a character in his narrative. You were there to help. Americans understand why we should be concerned about the narrative that he was creating and all of it weaponized hate. What was it like to be singled out by former president Trump? Every day, my stomach churned, walking in. I didn't want to make it about me and I tried not to make it about me I tried to put the issue on the table. And they continued with personal attacks. And it became very hot to the point where you had people like Caesar sayoc. Put me in his bullseye. I had to move my home with my children. And as a mother, I had to make my children feel safe as I was unnerved. As my oldest daughter was in school Chelsea, reading on a live feed in current events class, what was happening at The White House. She text messaged me. And said, mama, you're a cast of baby. I'm great. How do you tell your daughter who is 50 miles away in Baltimore, and you're at The White House, and there are attacking her mother. And she's like, are you okay? I'm like, I'm great..

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Engaged with many different administrations. 25 years. 25 years. And I never imagined that. Former president Bill Clinton was my first president. And I'll never forget, I got the bug to come to Washington. Reporting in Baltimore when your family came to D.C. to begin to 8 years and that big celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Stevie, wonder so many people were there. And I was like, wow, this is amazing. And never knowing that four years later, I've been covering The White House. What was that first day like? When you got into The White House briefing room on your first day, what was it like? I was intimidated. I was scared. When I started walking up to the building. You see this stark bright white building with these black broad iron gates surrounding. I said, wow, look at the history. It wasn't about the occupants inside. But it was about how it was built. It was built by the people who were in their negotiating for my right to be there. I always look at the history of things before I just immerse myself in things. And I was that was so intimidating. And I started tearing up. And like I said, a kid from Baltimore. I never expected this. Yeah, I'm supposed to be there because our founding fathers said it, but I'm humble enough to understand that not many people get there..

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Black and brown people we represent straight people we represent middle of America and to the coast. To me, I don't understand how people don't see how it's all connected. The way that our federation treated us with the dismissiveness and the lack of respect, rings true with Trump stalking your mom on the stage at a debate, which rings true with what he said about immigrants coming across the border, which is rings true with what Greg Abbott is doing in Texas right now attacking trans families and trans kids in particular. So to me, it's like the power structure wants everything to stay the same forever. And it just so happens almost everyone was cut out of the original design and the power structure and we're just supposed to find our way in there. I feel like whenever I'm sort of taking a stand with something, I never think of who I'm talking to, I think I'm who I'm talking with. And it's always way more than that one person. I mean, Trump, in particular, when he tweeted at me and tweeted at the team during the World Cup, it was obviously a page out of his old playbook, like go attack a powerful woman, hopefully throw her off her game, distraction, heap the whole of the troll world onto me and we'll just see how this person falls apart because it's difficult, but I always feel like there's so much more of us that there is a bem fighting for it. So that's kind of where I find my power and my strength in that, even though it is difficult to stare down your boss or stare down the president of the United States, unfortunate president, yeah. We're taking a quick break, stay with us. Charles didn't have just any coronary artery disease. He had Charles coronary artery disease. Michelle didn't have just any heart attack. She had Michelle's heart attack. At VCU health poly heart center, we know every heart is unique. And as Virginia's only nationally ranked heart program, we'll keep them beating healthy and strong. VCU health Polly heart center. Learn more at VCU health dot org slash heart. Introducing hashtag matter, a brand new 8 episode scripted podcast. We have a 9 9 9 shooting progress. Officer's down. Let me explain something to you about Gerald Hayes. He has one of those dudes that has that switch. You know what I'm saying? And by the time there was gunfire, that switch was turned all the way up. From shondaland audio in partnership with iHeartRadio. I'm author and journalist Kate bell. And this is hashtag magic. Listen to hashtag matter on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hi, I'm Elliott Caleb. Comedian, author, history buff and host of the who was podcast, a history quiz show based on the bestselling book series where kid contestants go toe to toe for a chance to win fantastic prizes. My co host B that's me. And I asked the tough questions like would Mozart, like TikTok. But that's not all we talk about on the show. Usually missing the true look is bed head. All right, I like it. I do gymnastics and I have two scars. Are the scars from gymnastics or will you like wrestling dinosaurs and things like that? I really like history, even my mom says I know more than most adults too. We've got fun games, silly songs, and don't forget to mention our amazing guests. It's me, Frida Kahlo. Hello, everyone. It's me. Aretha Franklin. Listen to the who was podcast, starting march 16th. On the iHeartRadio app,.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"From the very beginning, still has not used leather, any animal skin, feathers or fur in her designs, and she's looked to reduce waste. Now, she's pushing the entire industry toward a higher standard of sustainable practice. Estella says she is begging for government regulation of the fashion industry. An industry that accounts for roughly 10% of the world's annual greenhouse gas emissions and 20% of wastewater. For context, that's more than the entire shipping and aviation industries combined. Stella got her start in fashion at 16 as an intern at Christian LaCroix. From there, she went on to learn traditional men's tailoring on savile row, and after finishing her design degree at central saint Martins, she became the creative director of the Parisian fashion house Chloe. Just four years later, before she'd turned 30, Stella left Chloe to launch her own house in a joint venture with the Gucci group and showed her first collection under her own name in the fall of 2001. 17 years later, Stella bought out her partners and still remains the majority stakeholder of her brand of business. Today, Stella McCartney's brand is more than clothing for women. Encompasses everything from women's and unisex ready to wear, to accessories, to kids clothing, to a performance where collaboration with Adidas. And this month, Stella is debuting an outfit for the one and only Minnie mouse. After almost a century wearing a dress, many will be donning an original deep blue Stella McCartney pantsuit. Marking today's international women's day and the 30th anniversary of Disneyland Paris. Still a thank you so much for joining me today. I'm very, very honored to be here. I, as you know, have long admired you for so.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Hi, I'm Chelsea Clinton, and I'm so excited to be back with a new season of my podcast. In fact. Last season, we investigated what vaccines, stigma, climate change, and sex have in common. And why public health matters, even when we're not in a pandemic. We heard from experts and activists across industries and around the world who have incredible stories of courage and leadership. Now, as we celebrate women's history month, I'm talking with 12 trailblazing women about their personal journeys, the progress we've made or loss, and how far we still have to go. From soccer star and equal pay advocate Megan Rapinoe, to veteran White House correspondent April Ryan, to world renowned fashion designer Stella McCartney, and more. These are women who have risen to the top of their fields and are fighting, fighting for equal rights, equal opportunities, and so much more. We'll hear how they got started and who inspired them. The Baltimore city where they say the word failure is built into our very existence. She instilled in me. I can be and do anything I want to be. And I believed her. What it's like to be a woman with power in their industry. So I found myself being the only girl in most of my classes in engineering school and looking back a lot of those four years is what shaped who I ended up becoming as an adult and a leader. The strides we've made toward equality after the election of the former president, the twice impeached. Over 42,000 women contacted Emily's list within 17 months saying that they wanted to run for office. And what does it look like when women are finally given an equal shock and a seat at the table? I'm so excited that my journey is and was what it was because I feel like it could really help to inform the next generation on how they can be better in this industry and how we can build a better culture in this.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Now i could go on and on but it's not like doctors were prescribing. These drugs for kids because they were but they never been tested on kids. Then you know. We began slowly to try to get the government to require the pharmaceutical industry. To do this. And i at the announcement of this there was a white ceremony back in nineteen ninety seven. I talked about my friend. Elizabeth glaser and what she had gone through. She eventually died from aids. Did her daughter ariel they hadn't prescribed adt even though elizabeth was taking it for her hiv aids. The doctor told elizabeth they couldn't prescribe. Azt for her daughter. Because they didn't know what dosage to give children so this had like real world effects on specific kids. I'm curious given that you've spent so much of your career and even your life focused on trying to help protect and promote the rights of children are there other areas in public health. Broadly where you don't think we've paid enough attention tickets. Well i still. It's the case that poor children children of color children isolated geographic areas. You know they're just not having opportunity to access quality affordable.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"I was talking to an insurance agent. I said look. I can afford to pay for a good policy and the guy looked at me and he said you don't understand. We don't ensure burning houses so even well off people people who could travel people who were able to. They thought afford care for children with pre existing conditions. Even they were shut out of our system so my understanding and awareness of the inequities particularly with regard to children grew over time. While we're talking pfizer and madonna are studying there covid nineteen vaccines in younger kids and you certainly as a parent of three kids. I'm very hopeful that they will be able to gather your the necessary evidence over the next few months around what doses are effective and safe dealt protect kids from covid nineteen and yet a majority of medicines are on the market and available today actually weren't weren't tested in kids. In fact like for most of american history there weren't even very real or meaningful. Fda regulations on prescribing kind of correct had dosages federations tickets. So since i know this is an issue that you worked hard to try to help remedy. When did you first become aware that there was more kind of gets worse than actual like rigorous science in the dosing of medicines to kids. And how did you try to change that. I think i. I really became aware of it through to my friend. Elizabeth glaser who was the advocate for pediatric hiv aids treatment. Because for those. Who don't know the story elizabeth. She contracted hiv through a blood transfusion and she passed it on through breast milk. I to her daughter than to her son and when she got diagnosed and then the kids were found to be hiv positive. She's the one who really discovered in a very dramatic way. That people were just guessing at what kind of dosage of what kind of drugs could be given to children who had contracted hiv and she started an organization to really raise that awareness and she. She brought her concerns to me in the ninety two campaign. You know although her immediate an urgent request was to figure out how best to test and then treat kids with hiv. She had uncovered this much bigger problem that we were testing. Hardly anything on children and so..

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"You might know my mom. Hillary clinton as a presidential candidate secretary of state. And you senator but one thing you might not know is that she worked hard to change laws and regulations so that we'd have better guidelines around the right dosage of medicine for kids. I was so excited to have the chance to talk with her about this. And her lifelong efforts to include children are public health and policy. Make hi mom. Thank you doing this. Oh i am happy to do this chelsea. I know. I'm your daughter. And i've watched you over a few decades now that you've always been focused on trying to ensure that kids are included are given an equal rights equal dignity and and not forgotten. And so i just want to start with. When did you realize that kids were being left out. Left out of insurance doubt of kind of new drug therapy trials. When did you realize that kids were largely just absent. Well i think. I had some idea about the inequity in healthcare. Going back to my time at the yale child study center and then working for the children's defense fund so i was aware that children were often unable to access or easily. Get or afford the kind of care that i thought they should have. But i didn't really focus on that or immerse myself in what it until i was working. I in arkansas. On behalf of your dad's governorship. We were looking at how to expand health. Care to more people in arkansas. And i realized the paucity appear attrition. And the paucity of obgyn practitioners the total lack of you know midwives in many parts of arkansas particularly eastern arkansas which was predominantly black and in most places quite poor so i moved from knowing that kids and their families had problems accessing and affording care to seeing how the medical system itself wasn't really providing the opportunity even if you had resources in many geographic areas to get health care and i took on the mission of building up and improving the arkansas children's hospital because it was tertiary care facility but it treated everybody and it was able to take care of kids even if they had to be driven or or helicoptered some distance so i was aware of all of that from my advocacy work and my work in arkansas. Then when i began working on healthcare reform in ninety three after bill became president i really saw how disparate the care was just end with one story because it was so indicative and chilling to me. I was in cleveland at the children's hospital. They're doing a listening listening session with parents of kids with preexisting conditions and i was talking to a group of parents and i'll never forget a father saying to me that he said look. I own my own company. I do very well financially. But i cannot ensure my two daughters who have cerebral palsy and can't find insurance at any cost is i'll tell you the last time.

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Terry you raise a so many ways in which we fail to adequately think ever include women. Can you just talk a little bit about. We may be particularly still failing to include certain groups of women. I think first of. I always like to say that in the hiv context. It was kind of women of color incarcerated women of color. Who were the leaders in all of this. Who were putting these issues on. The map saying whoa. Hiv looks differently in me and then it was many of my clients who were also like. When i don't get medicaid and social security disability. I can't pay my rent and that means social services wants to remove my child so of course this was early hiv so everything was very extreme but we were often in court trying to preserve the right of the mother to see the child as she was dying because of this cascading set of events which kind of began with a physician. Not seeing that she could in fact have hiv and then a government entity saying she doesn't qualify. She doesn't have aids. I think what i saw as a legal services attorney and eighty nine doing. Hiv was a whole set of separate issues for women of color. Lgbt women we had to relitigate every single issue to to just get access. I was on the task force on aids drug development in nineteen ninety five. And one way that you can stop a trial if it gets too toxic or people start to get sick as you can issue something called the clinical hold so he played around with the regulation so that a clinical hold should be issued if women of childbearing potential are excluded from any trial. That is to test a lifesaving drug as you. Well know in the covid trials. We've tried to be very transparent about the number of people of color that were in the trials number of women. So i think we have made some progress but as you also know this question of who's keeping data by race who's really capturing the data on lgbtq why..

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Did love teaching. I loved research in unloved. Clinical care academic medicine allowed for that. And then i started to recognize probably if i became an associate professor. I got my eighteen year this as an associate professor at the university of kansas. I really started to understand how you could have impact on who was educated in trying and i started more than administrative focus of understanding. What influenced really means it to me is about how the decisions you make. Impact on the people lives so you were able to find a path to becoming a doctor. Even though no one ever presented that as a possibility to you what can and must we do to help other young people from groups go into medicine. We have to create a pathway. That students can first of all see themselves in the role and chelsea. I really believe that that starts in k. Through five so that you know the fact that morehouse school of medicine. We adopted a school. Tuskegee airman global adamy about three to five miles from the school. Ninety seven percent of the key is on free lunch programs. There's some economic challenges in the community but we adopted that spoon so that we could do nothing else but go there and where are white coats and have those students to see themselves in us. Now we've done a lot more. We partnered with the school we've increased reading proficiency increase map efficiency. We train our employees to be mentors. We have about one hundred twenty five hundred and fifty mentors who go there every week to that spoke in this all about the students seeing the possibility amen increase in their capacity to be competent in the sinuses which is required for any type of health career. So i believe that what we do in that case through five really doesn't matter. Do you have more people applying to the morehouse school of medicine significantly. So so this year. We got eighty three hundred close eighty four hundred applications. We saw the same thing with our. Pa program significant number more doubled the number of applications. I think the pandemic has led young people to think about how they can contribute with medicine but also in service wanted a great things. That has happened with this. Pandemic is that people see their ability to give more through their profession. And so yes we definitely have seen an increase in the number of applications. That's incredibly encouraging. So what do you say to people who like. Don't think it's that important to really focus on increasing the number of black doctors and healthcare workers or lot next doctors and healthcare workers. I'm a scientist. Make a lot of decisions by data. The data clearly shows chelsea that when you coach really competent providers and most of the time that cultural competence is aligned with either gender or race or some type of cultural identity. That means that that provider in that patient are lined in some way and therefore you see a higher rate of compliance and so i just gave my alma mater. Commencement speech and i was really proud to do that. I was also very proud to tell them. Stories of course happened to me early on at harvard medical school a person come in from the south and actually being challenged in some ways by the environment than i was in as a black woman one of only ten black students in the class and what that felt like and how that limited some of my engagement..

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

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"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"clinton " Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"We have to be very mindful that.