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"cnn usa" Discussed on KOMO

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05:16 min | Last month

"cnn usa" Discussed on KOMO

"24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 He's the managing editor of media resource centers called Newsbusters. And his name is Chris Hock. He researches stories. They're sure daily through the media and TV, radio and imprint looking for error or accuracy. Recently, he worked on the Donald Trump's multiple phone calls story to election officials in Georgia. The Washington Post recently had to issue a high profile correction to that story in January. About one of the phone calls. Chris Hoke spoke with talk show host John Carlson on our sister station K V. I about the findings take us through how the media got this so wrong and then tried to be so circumspect so low key. About admitting that they were completely wrong about well, there's the problem is there's still a lot that we don't know. They tried to bury this. With a two paragraphs correction, saying that, uh, two months after the publication the story that Georgia Secretary of State released an audio recording of the number call, Um The recording revealed that post misquoted Donald Trump's comments and the call. And, of course, they cite their anonymous source They blame learn anonymous source for not having had their ducks in a row. Sure enough, they believe they burned their anonymous source to have been an assistant. In Wrath and Spurs office instead of saying Find the fraud. Donald Trump told them to infect scrutinized ballots because she would find in Fulton County, Georgia. She would find dishonest to me the issue here. Of course, John is There's no accountability here whatsoever. Who? Sorry this happened. Mistakes were made. We owned up to it. Kind of not really. And we're gonna move on here. And the issue is yeah, they're gonna expect There, heat on their side in Washington and throughout the country blue areas to just move on, you know, for the rest of us actually care about facts and care about your actually, we do care. We do care about journalism We don't have. You know we're going to stay on this case because it goes beyond The Washington Post with other news outlets having independently confirmed this betrays his questions. About how everyone shares sources now, you know, but we don't know that we don't see how the sausage is. The obvious question to ask is since the Washington Post Had reported on this conversation. Why didn't they get the recording and why didn't they Confirm the accuracy of their story. Correct. They didn't know And they did try to bury this. You know, their headline was recording reveals details of Trump called to Georgia. Chief elections investigator. It wasn't You know the post issues correction after false reporting about Donald Trump. Or something. Anything to that effect. There's none of that whatsoever here. So yes, we haven't again. Then what chance of the Wall Street Journal just like with the Governor Cuomo investigation doing actual journalism. Dotting their I's crossing their teeth. But I guess the post you know they've applied the mic Wolf Moncur to this, which is if it rings true. It is true. They were so desperate to get this to the air. They wanted it to be true, so they drop their standards. That's what I could stand that the issue here. We don't know. And this is where we the public outside these newsrooms. We don't really know the details about how a lot of these stories come to be or these news outlets. You know, The Washington Post was the lead story on or outlet on this, but ABC NBC, CNN USA Today PBS All independently confirmed this And we don't know if they used the same source. That's the issue with a lot of these stories, especially is re soldering the Trump administration. A lot of these Trump and Russia stories a lot. In a lot of these cases, they were all sharing, likely sharing sources. Same person was talking to all of these outlets to make sure things get spread out. So then that raises questions of coordination. Here I say collusion, but we don't get to see any of that. Because we the public. You know, we're supposed to be good little boys and girls and trust what these news outlets are putting out there for us The recording of the conversation. Didn't actually Show what the washing Post reported that The Washington Post got it wrong. Secondly, the conversation was between Donald Trump and the chief investigator for the secretary of state in Georgia. Her name is Francis Watson, Francis Watson. As far as I know, I've been looking around here. I can't find her corroborating that would have been that would have been documentation that would have been authoritative. Instead, they say, well, Francis Watson, talk to somebody. Who has said this is what Donald Trump said Exactly. And this is the issue you had a person mentioned earlier. The deputy deputy secretary of state Jordan poops was their source. But you know, there's a question then becomes did all these years. Alice speak the food, Have they? Were they a source for anything else? Chris Hulk of Newsbusters. We'll talk show host John Carlson from our sister station K V. I Got 10 bucks..

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"cnn usa" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:17 min | 9 months ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Guest today is Katharine Matisse Zundel. . Catherine is CEO of civility partners. . Clients include Fortune Five, , hundred to government to small business. . She's served almost every industry you could pick out. . Katherine has appeared on or in NPR, CNN , USA Today Forbes and more as an expert in his a bestselling author of three books. . Thanks so much for joining me today Catherine. . Thank you for having me. . So it is my pleasure and I gotTa tell you that I just love the name of your company. . Thank you civility such a great word. . So. . Today we're talking about. . The pandemic and reopening and and really thinking beyond this idea of safety and really thinking about. . Your employees and What it feels like what everyone is going through so <hes> as companies are reopening, , how do you think should respond? ? When their? ? Staff has a flexibility requests. . Well I think that we have all been through some trauma and couple Cova with black lives matter. . There's a lot of emotions flying high and I really do think people are probably feeling somewhat traumatized and exhausted and burnt out, , and so if you can I mean obviously if you can't, , you can't but do your absolute best to give people the flexibility that they need and one of the reasons that. . So important in addition to creating loyalty for your organization if you're working with your employees, , make sure it's a win win situation but something else flexibility does is creates resilience and you know resilient people. . That's one of their qualities is that they're able to be flexible and. . That's one of the reasons they're able to get through hardships as they. . They're not walking on a straight line, , and so I think part of. . Our you know an employer's role in all of this is they're bringing people back and making sure they're physically safe. . You WanNa make sure they're psychologically safe. . You want to figure out how to create loyalty in the ways that you bring them back but you're also responsible for helping your people be resilient and. . So <hes> flexibilities a big part of that. . Oh. . That is so great. . I love that. . I never would've thought of it that. . Way. . But. . But then when you explain it, , it makes so much sense to me that. . I mean the whole trauma thing I totally get but this thing about you know resiliency. . Flexible people are resilient. . If we can as employers. . Be. . Flexible. . With these requested than we are helping at what I'm hearing you say is that we are helping our people really the able to bounce back more easily, , right? ? Right. . Exactly and so there's gotta be an Roi on the side of that. . In addition to just the human condition and caring about humanity, , there is a business <hes> reason for it as well. . So yeah, , that's exactly what I'm saying yeah. . Okay. . So can you share with me? ? I'm like some strategies for maintaining like employee engagement and loyalty to the company. . Yep and I'm going to answer that question a little long winded Lee, , and start by saying that <hes> I'm coming from with all of my thoughts around reopening is that I'm an expert in toxic work environments and rebuilding <hes> culture, , and so I go into organizations all the time and have been for years where people are really torn down you know the they've been knocked down if you pay, , they're sad their traumatized by maybe what they've been hearing about that's been going on in the organization, , and so I do I think about returning to work from. . Kobe. . I do think there's a lot of similarities in how people are feeling when I'm in A. . Toxic work environment and and Co Ed <hes>, , and so you know because the feelings are the same and so the I'm just going to share some of what I think you need to do when you're rebuilding toxic culture because I think it applies. . So step one is to have lots of two way communication and understand what it is that your employees need from you and you know I've learned over the years that managers aren't really very <hes> good at having kind of emotional conversations. . You know it's it's all very performance based in numbers based etcetera. . So in addition to maybe doing some surveys or some focus groups with your employees, , your managers really need to. . Have some important conversations with their employees about what they need, , how they're feeling <hes> how can the manager help and those conversations need to start at the top and go all the way down to the bottom? ? So that's step number. . One is to just you know have two way conversation and collaboration, , and then secondly once you understand what your employees need then you know kind of rebuild a culture or rebuild and reopen in a way that meets those needs and everybody talks about the new normal. . But what does that even really mean you know so we all know probably means more zoom meetings in the future <hes>. . You know maybe they'll be more flexibility people like twitter are. . Basically. . Saying. . We're not going to reopen for a couple years. . So yeah that that's all new normal. . But what does that mean for your own organization? ? So really partnering with your? ? Employees to define that new. . And work together to create the new normal. .

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Beyond Safety In Your Reopening-the-Workplace Plan

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:17 min | 9 months ago

Beyond Safety In Your Reopening-the-Workplace Plan

"Guest today is Katharine Matisse Zundel. Catherine is CEO of civility partners. Clients include Fortune Five, hundred to government to small business. She's served almost every industry you could pick out. Katherine has appeared on or in NPR, CNN USA Today Forbes and more as an expert in his a bestselling author of three books. Thanks so much for joining me today Catherine. Thank you for having me. So it is my pleasure and I gotTa tell you that I just love the name of your company. Thank you civility such a great word. So. Today we're talking about. The pandemic and reopening and and really thinking beyond this idea of safety and really thinking about. Your employees and What it feels like what everyone is going through so as companies are reopening, how do you think should respond? When their? Staff has a flexibility requests. Well I think that we have all been through some trauma and couple Cova with black lives matter. There's a lot of emotions flying high and I really do think people are probably feeling somewhat traumatized and exhausted and burnt out, and so if you can I mean obviously if you can't, you can't but do your absolute best to give people the flexibility that they need and one of the reasons that. So important in addition to creating loyalty for your organization if you're working with your employees, make sure it's a win win situation but something else flexibility does is creates resilience and you know resilient people. That's one of their qualities is that they're able to be flexible and. That's one of the reasons they're able to get through hardships as they. They're not walking on a straight line, and so I think part of. Our you know an employer's role in all of this is they're bringing people back and making sure they're physically safe. You WanNa make sure they're psychologically safe. You want to figure out how to create loyalty in the ways that you bring them back but you're also responsible for helping your people be resilient and. So flexibilities a big part of that. Oh. That is so great. I love that. I never would've thought of it that. Way. But. But then when you explain it, it makes so much sense to me that. I mean the whole trauma thing I totally get but this thing about you know resiliency. Flexible people are resilient. If we can as employers. Be. Flexible. With these requested than we are helping at what I'm hearing you say is that we are helping our people really the able to bounce back more easily, right? Right. Exactly and so there's gotta be an Roi on the side of that. In addition to just the human condition and caring about humanity, there is a business reason for it as well. So yeah, that's exactly what I'm saying yeah. Okay. So can you share with me? I'm like some strategies for maintaining like employee engagement and loyalty to the company. Yep and I'm going to answer that question a little long winded Lee, and start by saying that I'm coming from with all of my thoughts around reopening is that I'm an expert in toxic work environments and rebuilding culture, and so I go into organizations all the time and have been for years where people are really torn down you know the they've been knocked down if you pay, they're sad their traumatized by maybe what they've been hearing about that's been going on in the organization, and so I do I think about returning to work from. Kobe. I do think there's a lot of similarities in how people are feeling when I'm in A. Toxic work environment and and Co Ed and so you know because the feelings are the same and so the I'm just going to share some of what I think you need to do when you're rebuilding toxic culture because I think it applies. So step one is to have lots of two way communication and understand what it is that your employees need from you and you know I've learned over the years that managers aren't really very good at having kind of emotional conversations. You know it's it's all very performance based in numbers based etcetera. So in addition to maybe doing some surveys or some focus groups with your employees, your managers really need to. Have some important conversations with their employees about what they need, how they're feeling how can the manager help and those conversations need to start at the top and go all the way down to the bottom? So that's step number. One is to just you know have two way conversation and collaboration, and then secondly once you understand what your employees need then you know kind of rebuild a culture or rebuild and reopen in a way that meets those needs and everybody talks about the new normal. But what does that even really mean you know so we all know probably means more zoom meetings in the future You know maybe they'll be more flexibility people like twitter are. Basically. Saying. We're not going to reopen for a couple years. So yeah that that's all new normal. But what does that mean for your own organization? So really partnering with your? Employees to define that new. And work together to create the new normal.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And I yield back the balance of my time German from California thank you madam speaker I am more than delighted to refer to the testimony ambassador Volker and Mister Morrison ambassador Volker who acknowledged that in retrospect he should have recognized that when they were calling for investigations abridgement really meant the bidens and that to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival was wrong Adam Schiff referred to his testimony as well as Mister Morrison who went to the national Scritti counsel lawyer immediately after he listen to that telephone call and you also testified that he was informed by master song one that the president wanted to Lynn ski in a public box that he wanted him to be forced to go to the Mike and announce these sham investigations happy referred to their testimony as well and I'm happy to recognize the gentleman from California for two minutes represent a spear channel is recognized for two minutes thank you madam speaker my father fled **** Germany for America because he saw what happened when a despot he came untethered he fled because he believed in democracy and the rule of law and the right to vote before he died he asked to be buried in a simple pine box with an American flag to symbolize his love of this country today we are called upon to do our duty out of love of country the president stands accuse me must judge him as we judge any of our fellow citizens on the facts and on the law the facts show that the president's north star is Russia not the constitution there is no question that president trump delayed military aid to Ukraine our ally as they were under attack by Russia our adversary there's no question the president with held a meeting with president salen ski at the White House giving Russia the upper hand in peacenik patients with Ukraine there's no question the president trump promoted the Russian hopes that Ukraine attacked our election in twenty sixteen a canard that has been proven to be a lie a Russian line the only question is his motive the fact is his conduct in crimes are reprehensible and unquestionably impeachable when I go today my father's legacy is the very deep within me my father loved America and I love America and that is why I will vote to impeach the president of the United States I the gentleman from Georgia thank you master roughly how this is playing out instead of coming to testify for seven or eight hours and answering all questions we don't do it in pot shots is we go into I guess but again let's talk about Mister Volcker again he never testified that anyone wanted to investigate vice president Biden what he did testify to which was left out was it they wanted it to did he if the Ukrainians doing bad things place hunter Biden on the board of response to avoid anything that needed to be investigated and found out Doug Collins story again had plenty of time to do this an actual hearing not here this is what they want is what the mid morning Jordy has played this the whole time so we'll play this out as long as they won't do it would've been better though if I actually had a case to made it in the proper setting instead of not coming in not testify with that I yield a minute now has to the general from Texas Mister Weber Germans recognized for a minute and a half thank you madam speaker you know it's very interesting to hear the socialistic left Democrats that have a new found appreciation for the constitution and our founders principles with those same socialist madam speaker would afford unborn babies the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness as well madam speaker history tells us the first three impeachment in this country crimes were involved Johnson violated a law that Congress had just passed over his veto Nixon was involved in a cover up from Watergate Clinton lied to a federal grand jury instructed Monica Lewinsky to falsify an affidavit crimes all instances of crimes now comes the socialistic cleaning days in my opinion is that Madame speaker offensively reading the president's minds knowing what his intent wasn't dictating to us and the witnesses that were in the hearings what his mindset was in that quite frankly didn't believe that he had the right to be in charge of foreign policy we heard ambassadors and yes we heard career bureaucrats career diplomats whatever you want to call and they get to ride the bus they don't get to drive the bus the president is in charge of foreign policy we had they said that the president had the audacity to you all data to use his judgment on foreign policy instead of their opinions opinions suppositions indeed the very swampy is draining is objecting who knew who knew today now during the early a real debate comes the floor manager of the other side from Massachusetts chiding fat not facts not packed witnesses but reduced paper orders CNN USA opinions editorials unbelievable madam speaker Americans are washing watching the dangerous illusion old deleterious areas and in deep yogurt are you back the gentleman from California I'm just remind my colleagues at the master Walker said that the attacks on Joe Biden were meritless and he tried to persuade Mister guiliani of that there was no factual support for them how to recognize the gentleman from Georgia Mister Lewis for two minutes it's Adam Schiff live on the house floor gentleman's recognized for two minutes photon articles of impeachment in the U. S. house expected about seven PM eastern madam speaker I want to thank the gentleman for yielding madam speaker I rise with a heavy heart to support this resolution we came to Washington in nineteen sixty one to go in the freedom riders we chose that day we came here on August twenty eighth nineteen sixty three for the March on Washington it would draw is for we met with a young president president John fitzgerald Kennedy when we came here on August sixth nineteen sixty five with the signing of the voting rights act we'll find it for we've met Linda Johnson but to date this day we didn't ask for this this is a bad day it is not a day a drawer I'm nation is founded on the person who yeah we do not have teens we have president's and the constitution is our compasses when you see something that is not right not just not have a moral obligation to do something our children and their children what else well what did you do what but we have a mission NMN date to be on the right side of history I yield back the balance of my time.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Six twenty one thanks for hanging out it's raining I when the bad rhinos me something it didn't rain after the show yeah I don't know it was a time we didn't step I said all I said it's going to start let no it's not I did the tears no tape anymore heather it is D. eight degrees outside and it's it's gonna be raining throughout the day looks like sixty six Maryland you for the high by the way my owners with the penguins yesterday came back before to deficit in the third period one in overtime five four islanders have points in fifteen consecutive games there fourteen in one hottest team in the league suck it everybody else all right tomorrow fifty eight now they're going to call what are they gonna say what are they gonna say they lost they're gonna bring us molds lose they say one the championship in the last like twenty years or something all right you know what yesterday they lost so of course last week they be down is over time but I don't I don't remember that anyway I am just look really quick before three December for CNN I mean dried G. is full anti trump I am all I know it's like sit and of all the stuff that's happening I think I'm on like C. N. N.'s website he has links to a story testimony could up an impeachment trouble the ambassador Republican witnesses are helping trump once the hell you target whatever it is what it is free market will rule remarkable so let's play really quick ride this when you know it's bad again when when CNN USA was CNN says I'm done which you and that's pretty much what is happened down about sh first number forty down a bash she actually will she said this on CNN the word bribery and that is it was a political shift we all her Nancy Pelosi do it in a press conference last week it was blatantly obvious that to use the word bribery intentionally because it packs more punch rule it is more understandable for people because her goal is to penetrate public opinion has is very open about that in quid pro quo doesn't cut it and that is a political aim and at it you know it is what it is and what is your goal it is what it is is is that matches how what is the one with the public so again what a meeting and I'm shocked they said this there are no actual facts that back up anything for impeachment they can name a law that was broken this is just to win over the public opinion to not vote for trump twenty twenty the end they can it sucks of it no this debate tonight too apparently for why Democrats I have no what is anything care now exactly what's going to be on this time probably not the economy transaction Rancic Anami exactly it's not really that good did things and and stuff and we'll see Joe Biden's I exploded in I'm not gonna watch this crap all get highlights in men who cares you know I'm I'm sure there's like everybody else in this nation we're just tired of all the stuff that doesn't matter there's a lot of crap they'd spend all this time on and money that doesn't matter I have a story about that there's a Democrats are actually I hear from constituents that again they just don't care we'll get to that let's play one more should be in and I don't know this guy is but he went right after Diana bash number forty one and he's talking about more why again they're literally saying you think this is only on talk radio I don't care about fox and fox's god lefty except for a talker in yes some of the night shows but they on CNN even there are calling out the Democrats for changing words just to try to get political points and it's failing which is why I'm thinking they're gonna have to get a new word let's listen to this and to your point about public opinion so last week after the hearings morning console politico indicated public support did not increase independence went down negative ten on impeachment NPR Marist seventy percent of people in both parties say I can't imagine hearing anything in these hearings that would change me off of my current position asio has focus groups today they're reporting on swing voters in Wisconsin saying they're unmoved by what they've heard so far so it's obvious why they're having to change the political tactics because it has not yet penetrate Sunday penetrated is not is not working the word quid pro quo bribery is not working penetration from those exit please he said earn no wages rise so he's a hundred percent right man is a hundred percent round what would what would penetrate these people into thinking the things that they want to thank I don't understand what words you could use so if you describe a situation that they're trying to put the president into are you done yet no are you done I'm trying to get an answer from you service question is it yeah because if you discover what what what makes somebody tech then maybe the other side you don't see the word penetrate a thousand times so it did not you did yes you did not so I got that it penetrated my brain see yeah so yeah I mean all these things that are that are taking place all these things are happening that again is blowing up if people are paying attention in the media I don't even know what they're saying on honestly besides of these things on in base alle reporting on the NBC nightly news because I don't watch I don't I don't care I don't waste my time my breath it doesn't matter but I mean member what they were saying interment over there real quick to my right what they're saying church trump in danger he he held back the money we have sound bites that are there are single he held back the critical military aid really we put our country in danger really by not giving money and that turned out to be a live at first I wanted to hear this real quick a least a phonic the great Republican congressman she's really good you know not bad she she's she's she's I mean really stepping up I wish we celebrate intermix alley by the way is living in an alternate universe she is not she still isn't saying anything about this this the biggest story in DC not the country countries like in but you know I'm saying I mean it's kind of a big deal so anyway listen history her this this stuff on again Alexander vin menu ago lieutenant colonel when when you spoke extensively about the importance of defense of legal aid to Ukraine specifically javelins this was in your deposition correct finally the javelin's again are the anti tank mystics right yeah right under that that the take down the Russian tanks and you testified that the javelin in particular because of its effectiveness in terms of influencing the Russian decision calculus for aggression it is one of the most important tools we had have when it comes to providing defense of legal aid the system itself and the signaling of your support yes and it is a fact that that aid was provided under president trump and not president Obama that is correct well then so how is trump put us or the Ukrainians our great ally wages corrupt is on what day been put him in a bad position I don't think so and one of the Ukrainians on such a pedestal bad tracksuits exactly that's okay you wanna keep out Russia Russia taken over got a sub Russia gotta give to them but whatever it Russia would crush him in a heartbeat I know that we're that we're trying to stop the water rushes trying to get in there and then we are backing that so we are we are giving them what they need to fight back on that because we don't want Russia to gain any more power spring there we country they're trying but I have one more play after the break I mean wouldn't the other countries around the Ukraine NATO they're supposed to if I stayed in stopping this there's always they're supposed to wear when Germany also has a deal to get their energy supply from Russia that's a problem member though yeah so anyway we'll get this one more will play coming up where all he he gave a big he was a big big danger didn't give the money to the to the the aid the military aid to the Ukrainians it's actually a lie you heard that nobody do an annual here one coming up don't go anywhere it is your morning ritual with me Gary Lewis can as T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"New England Patriots is charged with soliciting prostitution at a massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida as part of the police sting operation. The seventy seven year old building their business managers one of hundreds of people. Arrested during rates over the past two weeks on CNN USA today. Sports columnist Christine Brennan on what kind of punishment. He could receive from the NFL. Is that there is some kind of a guilty plea or conviction? We don't know that yet. But if in fact, that's the end result, then in class would easily be fined and also suspended its history. Sean, perhaps six games and absolutely half million dollar fine. Crafts spokesman Aaron Salkin issued a statement categorically denying craft engaged in any illegal activity. No response yet from the NFL are retired NASCAR legend will be getting behind the wheel again as we hear from USA's. Chris Barnes shale Earnhardt, jR, who retired from full time racing and 2017 has announced he'll compete at Darlington raceway series race on August thirty first degree that tracks southern five hundred weekend Dale junior rally expenditure race at Richmond last September and finished forest. He said the big reason he's picked Arlington to race. Again was the track surface puts a premium on these smart and managing tires, and he says it's one of the few stops on the circuit that provides that challenge. Fox News reports. Comedian Brody Stevens has died, and what appears to have been a suicide. He was the hangover due date and the hangover part two for USA radio news. I'm Rick, Vincent. Just screens. We offer batteries the specialized tools like the open iphone seven nowadays, and they needs this really special tool to be able to get the battery out and be able to get the screen out of the phone.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Administration official has learned a job at CNN USA's. Chris Barnes reports from Washington, Sarah is your floors who served as the Justice Department's leading spokeswoman under attorney general Jeff Sessions is joining CNN he'll become a political editor next month will coordinate political coverage for the twenty twenty campaign across all of the networks TV and digital platforms. Sources say it's a brand new position. And she won't be replacing anyone at CNN is is will reportedly play a role in covering the DOJ, but will occasionally appear on the air analyzing politics over the past two years. He also served as senior counsel at the Justice department and had previously served as deputy campaign manager for Carly Fiorina during her failed Republican presidential bid

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CNN draws fire for hiring ex-DOJ spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

CNN draws fire for hiring ex-DOJ spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores

"Administration official has learned a job at CNN USA's. Chris Barnes reports from Washington, Sarah is your floors who served as the Justice Department's leading spokeswoman under attorney general Jeff Sessions is joining CNN he'll become a political editor next month will coordinate political coverage for the twenty twenty campaign across all of the networks TV and digital platforms. Sources say it's a brand new position. And she won't be replacing anyone at CNN is is will reportedly play a role in covering the DOJ, but will occasionally appear on the air analyzing politics over the past two years. He also served as senior counsel at the Justice department and had previously served as deputy campaign manager for Carly Fiorina during her failed Republican presidential bid

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"cnn usa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

13:47 min | 2 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You so much for listening this Sunday morning. We are always the show of ideas, never ever ever, the show of attitude. In the recent past a few days ago. It seems like we had the perfect storm. The perfect storm of irresponsible media reporting the perfect storm of Maat of mob media, if you will media violence, we had the perfect storm of a cultural clash we had all in one moment. Native Americans make American great big ugly, red make America great hats, Christian conservative teenagers from a upper class Catholic school. We had the Lincoln Memorial. And we had not to be denied a black activist group called the Hebrew Israelites all captured on video all not very happy to be around. Each other. The media had a field day. The public had a field day and everybody everybody got the story wrong except for except for this morning's guest with that introduction Robbie. That's a that's a tough row you have to hold now with that introduction. I'm happy to introduce my friends out there to Robbie Swazi Robbie is an associated reason dot com. He writes at reason, he's a columnist at the Daily Beast. He's written for the New York Times New York Post CNN USA today. US news and World Report and Forbes named Tim in two thousand sixteen as the thirty under thirty category. In the cat. In the category of law and policy and Robbie broke. What are the most interesting stories in recent times, the UV a fake rape case Robbie with that is your deduction I'm happy to welcome you to the show this morning. Thank you for having me. I hope I live up to the height. Now ravi. You're you're in the in the Forbes thirty under thirty list. I guess that's the list. You cannot stay on forever. I'm pretty soon you get term limited out of that. Would I guess? Yeah. I just passed that that that point there. But I now it's just to remind me of my up my mind lost you. So you got your term limited out on the thirty under thirty category. Now, robin. Robbie sorry Robbie I introduce you and part of my introduction was I associated you with a wonderful piece of journalism that you did almost single-handedly the UVA rape story. The hoax in December of two thousand fourteen we will come I want you to if if you don't mind tell us briefly, what's the UVA rape story. Hoax was in two thousand fourteen because it will have some relevance to this morning show. Yes. Absolutely. It just sort of related there. This was a story. This is a piece of journalism produced by the magazine Rolling Stone. The author was a freelancer for them Sabrina Rubin early and she was writing about sexual assault at the university of Virginia. She had interviewed a young woman whose name was Jackie, isn't that? And that was the woman's name. But her laptop was not giving in the story. Point that when I was a freshman at UVA she'd been she gone on a date and her gay took her to a fraternity party and lured her upstairs. And then she was she was. She was ritualistically gang raped by by like ten men. The fraternity brothers day dragged through glass, it was they treated her like an animal, and this was part of some initiation ceremony for their fraternity or something like that. And then her friend later, discouraged her from going to the police out of atoms fan, and even but of students didn't want to do anything about it at this horrible horrible tale. Turtle. The author had not at not forced yuppie who gave all to the name of the person because she was on a date with this guy. He knew who he was. But the author didn't verify this person existed, nor try to interview Jackie's friends. She took yacky word for it that her friend would wanna talk to her. So I was one of the first people to say this sounds fishy. And it seems that some of the basic journalism steps a tiny verified story. We're not taken. And for example, of why you always have to take those steps befriend eventually revealed that Jackie had been happy thing them, which is when you make up a fake fake identity. And then you said let the ges per like pretending. You're some other person he had made up this. This guy who has taken her on a date. He does not exist. More. And also the party did not happen on that party at that fraternity on that day. Jackie by by all appearances were they struggling with mental issues. Probably and then was really gone to elaborate steps to with this complete live and for this Rolling Stones reputation was largely ruined they still produce journalism. But they were they were sued the paternity members through the dean of student after being misrepresentative the story, and it's just the kind of iconic failure of good journalism. And what happened was of course, UVA was in the spotlight for a while they got in the nobles about of negative, publicity, obviously. And of course, nobody except for you Robbie no other. Journalists question distort. Nobody tried to do a deep dive at all even a shallow. Dive to see was this really true. The instinct the story hits a pages if there are still pages of Rolling, Stone magazine, eight became absolute inviolate truth, and nobody questioned that except for you. And that lesson will be kind of the subtext of this morning story. So nobody else questioned that it became instant dogma instant absolute truth. Did it not? Yeah. It into a sort of a narrative about what's happening on campus is out of control sexual assault problem and narrative, I've been I bid skeptical because I've done some reporting on the statistics and the the idea, for instance, this among activists kind of victims advocate, circle, the problem is these serial predators. They're young men on college campuses who commit so much so many sexual assault over and over again. And if that's the problem that there'd be these predator predator men, but I've actually looked into the science of this not true. Not good evidence for it at all. So. Incident. What had been an example of that? But I was just so skeptical of it because how would they how would they expect to get away with this? What if she went to the police, you know, most psychos soul actually happens on campus? If usually everyone is very is very drunk, and then some boundaries are cross or some other drug or toxic interviews, and this was a and she was fully conscious, and she was not cheap and drinking and drugs. So it just it just seemed a wildly unlikely to be I would have never seen it in another case of sexual assault. Where intoxicants were not involved. I'd never seen it other case like that. So if. It just seems very unlikely. Now, I think other people native workout in it. But we're afraid to say anything about it. Because it gets very you get, you know, you get you get attack as a rape denier heater of women. If you point out that actually this problem on college campuses is different than than the active is kind of taken out today. Actually, you're more likely to be young women are more likely to be sexually assaulted. They're not in college. Then if they are in college. So now, we now we fast forward. A wonderful piece of investigative journalism and skepticism we fast forward now all the way forward to the middle of January of two thousand nineteen and we have the Covington boys Covington is a small town in Kentucky. Interestingly it's near Virginia Kentucky is. But no coincidence. Coincidence the Covington boys, the Washington Monument, a native American with a drum, and we again have journalism run amok. But for Robby, Robby, the facts, tell us if you will the story of the Covington boys, how they became instantly got the attention of media throughout. The country. What happened tell us the story of what happened at the Washington Monument and the aftermath? I it was the Lincoln Memorial. Just just correct. Sorry. Robbie you're right. Sorry. Sorry. This happened at the Lincoln Memorial. And a a short clip. Just just a few minutes long. A video went viral on social key on Twitter. The video showed these young men. The high school age boys from from carbon can the Catholic school. Mostly white many of them wearing the red make America great again half, and they appear to be racially harassing this native American man may take them Phillips older native American man, who is was drumming and singing engaged in some kind of kind of. The prayer of his heritage. And and the boys are harassing him and one in particular appears to get in his face and give him this, very corny. Threatening smile right Afghan Blake. It's disturbing. If you watch the video hop dole and aggressive and everyone who saw this went. Oh my God. This is what is wrong with these boys. Look at how bapley they're tweeting this poor man instantly became kind of a, you know, a tale of the Trump year of the young Trump loving kids. Who were there for us for a conservative reason they were there for the for the March for life? Eighty four. March. And then either either, you know, Trump loving hateful. Young white people bullying this marginalized native American, man. And this is just awful. And this is what we've allowed our site. And everyone was so worked up about it, and they call and journalists on the rights were eager to disassociate themselves from these boys because they didn't want the pro-life caused look bad because they were condemned financial review and by lots of other conservative, not conservative, but other people calling for these kids eat off, which is for their for their personal information revealed and their addresses phone numbers, and those kinds of things I mean, people death threats poured in. Just just unbelievable. Hey, everybody wants to punch the kit. They deserve it. And that it's all because of this just a couple minutes clip that that initially went viral. What would they would last weekend on think on Saturday is when did that Robby Robby wanna make one point? I'll ask you to continue the narrative, but you said in describing the expression on the young boys face who went viral, you said appears to be smirking, and that appears to be was is really relevant to me. And it should be the everybody. We are talking about an appearance on a video that went viral. We don't really know whether it was a smirk, a smile, a grimace or whatever, but Ravi said appears to be smirking and the apparent smirk was very important to enable or to give that video the viral legs that had had. Absolutely. Absolutely. And and like, I said, this was just a this was such a embolic short clip. So I was going to write something about this. I would actually at a conference student libertarian conference walls. This was kind of kicking into high gear on media. So the next morning. I thought you know, I'm going to write something about this off the you know, what it's about. And you know, my. All right. Something about how you know, we need to.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Lasts. You know? I don't know if you guys have noticed, but there's been a little bit of calm, and I'm not talking about the hurricane. There hasn't been a little bit of common the news. And there is an one topic that has it come at us. That was coming at us over at over again, even on our social media sites. Some of us had to swipe left multiple talking. And unfortunately, he's back in the news that Anthony Weiner. Anthony Weiner is back in the news there, we talk about it. Apparently he is going to be released from jail early why because he's behaving itself. He's been good. Boy. So we're being told by CNN USA today that Anthony Weiner is going to be really, I don't think it's weiner's Weiner. Anthony Weiner is to be released from prison early. Now if you guys are kind of new to the whole app. Tony Weiner saga. Yeah. Tilly probably gets the credit for Trump winning the presidency. If you guys don't remember how that all happened. Let me remind you. But let's go back a few years ago. Back in two thousand ten thirteen. Congressman Anthony Weiner went from being a congressman to want to run for mayor. And as he tried to run for mayor images emerged of him. And some tidy white. Remember that? I think that's when smartphones were starting to become more popular. So we did some southeast and the mayor of him and his underwear. Now, I don't know if he sees male models and ads in magazines, but usually the what tidy Whitey underwear that. That's not what people model it. They usually modeling boxer briefs or underwear is burgundy or green or blue or black something a little sexier. But anyway, he thought his white underwear was sexy. So that basically cost him the mayoral run in New York City. Although some people said he would have done a better job than the Blasio. But that's neither here nor there. Then, unfortunately, he never stopped. He actually got divorced Houma Abidine his wife that just had a baby with him divorced him. Recently, and he had in two thousand seventeen got busted. For sending sexually explicit pictures to a fifteen year old on social media sites. The visit occurred back in two thousand sixteen. So in may two thousand seventeen he pleaded guilty to one charge of transfer obscene material to a minor and this occurred in federal court in Manhattan. So he was sentenced to prison for twenty one months and that had to start November two thousand seventeen so 21-months made you would be released August two thousand nineteen but apparently accords Vero prisons. He has been on EBay. So he gets out about three months earlier. I don't think I don't think he qualifies for parole. But if you're really really you could knock months off your. Prison time. So they expect them to come out may two thousand nine hundred. So, unfortunately, some of these explicit text messages that were sexually charged with women other than his wife got into the hands of a minor. And that's where he got in trouble. So is a strange wife was a top aide to democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. We don't really see much versus Hillary didn't win. But Anthony Weiner became so significant in our politics is while this was going on in two thousand seventeen. Before his sentencing. The FBI confiscated his laptop. And they did that because they want to see what sexually explicit messages raw there. What he did? What the Clintons didn't realize is. This was a share laptop Houma Abadi, his wife and his wife. Had emails from Hillary Clinton. And these emails potentially were classified e mails that Hillary was never supposed to have on a private server. Let alone. A possible child sexual predator. She's Anthony Weiner. So after the FBI had originally concluded that Hillary Clinton was Claire. James comey. And who's now very notorious for what happened. Had to say everybody hope we have had to reopen position. Or re look at new evidence. They fished through that very quickly. I think three days thousands and thousands and thousands of emails. No, we're good. But by the time that happened Hillary Clinton's team claimed that Mr. up for the elected. So when people said what break Kevin how can the FBI do a thorough examination in seven days while they share the hell moved quickly with Hillary Clinton issue. Anthony, Weiner, computer and her private emails. So. Anthony Weiner, had it Sexton done is tidy Whitey trying to hit on a minor which is sick and discussing. There's a chance that Hillary Clinton will be president today. Now, I do not urge anybody hailing him as a hero. I do not urge anybody making a special day for him. Because again, he and even admitted he said, I was I have no excuse my crime was rock bottom. I victimized a young person who deserve better. And he's as admitted that he was you know, he's sick or he had a problem. But such a, you know, I. Such drama. You thought this year was drama with everything going on with? We forget what happened in two thousand seventeen. So, you know, if he did the behavior I like that I think people that are really good in prison. And have gotten help for whatever brought them to present. I'm absolutely fine with them coming out of jail. Now, do I think he has a. A sex addiction disorder or a addictive texting disorder. Or did..

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"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I can only speak to the personal accounts that those of us have as well as the records that we have that are substantiated through a very detailed and thorough background investigation process and again cnn usa today and others with new reports this evening on involving rear admiral ronnie jackson and his drinking on the job wrecking a government vehicle in freely passing out prescription drugs he can redeem tales online meanwhile another member of the trump administration is also under criticism and the new york times has this headline how scott pruitt plans to defend himself on capitol hill spread the blame lisa friedman in curl davenport right to following as epa minister straighter scott pruitt prepares to testify before congress tomorrow amid a series of spending an ethics investigations in internal epa document indicates that he may blame staff staffer many of the decisions that put a cloud over his tenure at the agency and there is this from the sierra club a newly released ads saying it's time for scott pruitt to leave epa administrator scott pruitt wants to be treated like he was the president so he spent millions on first class flights and outrageous security ignored trump administration orders not to give huge pay raises to his friends broke the law when he waited more than forty thousand on a phone booth and now pruitt's facing questions about cozy relationships with dc insiders draining the swamp renting an apartment from the wife of a washington lobbyist president trump haven't you had enough that ad released earlier today by the sierra club you're listening to washington today thursday on c span radio the epa administrator scott pruitt testifying before house energy and commerce subcommittee on the environment live at ten am eastern crude expected to get questions not only about the epa's budget but about some of the f ethics issues he's been facing and personal spending on his office that's live thursday ten am eastern on c span radio listen anywhere in the free c span radio app on your smart speaker say place he's been radio.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"His unique position of trust and responsibility dr jackson's background and character were evaluated during three different administrations dr jackson has had at least four independent background investigations conducted during his time at the white house including fbi investigation conducted as part of the standard nomination betting process during each of those investigations dr jackson received unanimous praise from dozen of witnesses any investigations revealed no areas of concern dr jackson has received glowing evaluations from his superiors including several from president obama which said such as dr jackson should continue to promote ahead of his peers and already at a level of performance and responsibility that exceeds his current rank these allegations about over prescribing the other one that i just mentioned that moment ago i think that makes them pre clear in terms of very thorough investigation and betting process has taken place none of those things that come up we're continuing to look at anything beyond that charleena despite what he just said there as the white house doing additional looking into dr casts there's been again a priest thorough vetting process done by the fbi as well as three other independent investigations but that's part of what the nomination process of congress should do and what it's supposed to look like and why they should move forward with a hearing since you are the white house our standing behind last veterans committee to be schedule our continuing to work with members on the hill one on this so is the position administration the people who have raised these allegations are line that's not what i said i said we've done multiple background checks have taken place and we're continuing to look at the situation credit worse i can only speak to the personal accounts that those of us have as well as the records that we have that are substantiated through a very detailed and thorough background investigation process and again cnn usa today and others with new reports this evening on allegations involving moore admiral ronnie jackson and his drinking on the job wrecking a government vehicle in freely passing out prescription drugs you can redeem tales online meanwhile another member of.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The new york times the washington post the los angeles times cnn usa today we'll help msnbc every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's ninety percent of the time every day opposed to it trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change records trump has announced he's going to get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on illegal immigration he said today doc is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this is numbers and be plummeting but they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending unreasonable attack on trump is going to have a backlash is going to cause a backlash at somewhat only because i've always believed that people's emotional reservoirs eventually fill and then begin to drain you just can't you cannot maintain fever pitch emotion over anything pro or con at one hundred percent intensity for very long.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on WLAC

"Seriously how does trump kept the fifty percent approval by the way rasmussen is the only polling outfit does this now rasmussen is the only bunch that polls likely voters on a regular basis on presidential approval on a regular basis some of the others will dibble and dabble at it but rasmussen is it the others have gotten out of it in large part because results were so inconsistent so here's trump in the only poll on this that's taken regularly at fifty percent he's been hovering at forty two to forty five forty seven now breaks the fifty percent barrier the new york times the washington post the los angeles times cnn usa today will help msnb's every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's be ninety percent of the time every day opposed to it trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change records trump has announcing going to get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on the illegal immigration he said that they daca is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this is numbers it'd be plummeting but they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending unreasonable attack on trump is going to have a backlash is going to cause a backlash at some point only because i've always believed that people's emotional reservoirs eventually fill and then begin to drain you just can't you cannot maintain fever pitch emotion over anything pro or con at one hundred percent intensity for very long.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"News radio fourteen ten wto v spec fourteen ten wd ob seriously how does trump got the fifty percent approval by the way rasmussen is the only polling outfit does this now rasmussen is the only bunch that polls likely voters on a regular basis on presidential approval on a regular basis some of the others will dibble and dabble at it but rasmussen is it the others have gotten out of it in large part because results were so inconsistent so here's trump in the only poll on this that's taken regularly at fifty percent he's been hovering at forty two to forty five forty seven now breaks the fifty percent barrier the new york times the washington post los angeles times cnn usa today we'll help msnbc every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's ninety percent of the time every day opposed to it trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change records trump has announcing gonna get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on the illegal immigration he said that a daca is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this numbers it'd be plummeting but they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending on reasonable attack on trump is going to have a backlash is going to cause a backlash at some point only because i've always believed that people's emotional reservoirs eventually fill and then began to drain you just can't you cannot maintain fever pitch emotion over anything pro or con at one hundred percent intensity for very long at some point people begin to ask where is the beef you know we've had a year and a half at trump's this and trump's that but we haven't seen any evidence of it all the news you want to know china or facebook the news you need to know guarding our border with the military stay in the.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KELO

"Seriously how does trump got the fifty percent approval by the way rasmussen is the only polling outfit the does this now rasmussen is the only bunch polls likely voters on a regular basis on presidential approval on a regular basis some of the others will dibble and dabble at it but rasmussen is it the others have gotten out of it in large part because results were so inconsistent so here's trump in the only poll on this that's taken regularly at fifty percent he's been hovering at forty two to forty five forty seven now breaks the fifty percent barrier the new york times the washington post the los angeles times cnn usa today we'll help msnbc every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's ninety percent of the time every day oppose trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change records trump has announcing going to get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on illegal immigration he said today doc is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this is numbers it'd be plummeting but they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending unreasonable attack on trump is going to have a backlash is going to cause a backlash at some point only because i've always believed that people's emotional reservoirs eventually fill and then begin to drain you just can't you cannot maintain fever pitch emot over anything pro or con that one hundred percent intensity for very long at some point people begin to ask where is the beef you know we've had a year and a half trump's this and trump's that but we haven't seen the evidence of it.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The way deseo rasmussen is the only polling outfit the does this now rasmussen is the army bunch that polls likely voters on a regular basis on presidential approval on a regular basis some of the others will dibble and dabble at it but rasmussen is it the others have gotten out of it in large part because results for so inconsistent so here's trump in the only poll on this that's taken regularly at fifty percent he's been hovering at forty two forty five forty seven nine breaks the fifty percent barrier the new york times the washington post the los angeles times cnn usa today we'll help msnbc every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's be ninety percent of the time every day upholstering trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change your cards trump has announced he's going to get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on illegal immigration he said today docket is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this numbers it'd be plummeting but they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending unreasonable attack on trump is going to have a backlash is going to cause a backlash at somewhat only because i've always believed that people's emotional reservoirs eventually fill and then begin to drain you just can't you cannot maintain fever pitch emotion over anything pro or con at one hundred percent intensity for very long at some point people begin to ask where is the beef you know we've had a year and a half a trump's this and trump's that but we haven't seen the evidence of it news time is ten thirty good morning i'm rick worthington.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Seriously how does trump got the fifty percent approval by the way rasmussen is the only polling outfit the does this now rasmussen is the only bunch that polls likely voters on a regular basis on presidential approval on a regular basis some of the others will dibble and dabble at it but rasmussen is it the others have gotten out of it in large part because results were so inconsistent so here's trump in the only poll on this that's taken regularly at fifty percent he's been hovering at forty two to forty five forty seven now breaks the fifty percent barrier the new york times the washington post the los angeles times cnn usa today we'll help msnbc every media outlet out there is lined up one hundred percent let's be ninety percent of the time every day opposed to it trump has announced he's pulled out of the paris climate change your cards trump has announced he's going to get rid of the iran nuclear deal all of these great loveable things obama did that we were told the nation totally supported trump is so ticked off over the lack of cooperation he's getting on getting a handle on the illegal immigration he said that a daca is dead screw it i'm tired of working with people on it you would think that with all of this is numbers and be plummeting what they aren't doesn't mean these newspapers and cable news networks are ineffective it just means they're not fooling as many people as regularly as they have been and it could be and of course it's just one poll so we have to take all of this with some guarded sense of perspective but i have long thought that this never ending.

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"cnn usa" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cnn usa" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The favorable views of the democrat party dropped to the lowest mark and more than twenty five years yes only thirty seven percent of americans have a favorable opinion of the democrats that's down from forty four for forty four percent in march of this year a majority fifty four percent have an unfavorable view matching their highest mark and polls from cnn and c c a s s r s cnn or c cnn usa today gallup poll stretching about the 1992 the raving includes low favorable ratings from some core democrat groups including non whites their favorable rating of the democrats as 48 percent people under35 the millennials 33 percent favorable rape of the democrats numbers come amid recent feuds divisions the party is former interim chair donna brazile you new book has unveiled new questions about the infighting during the 2016 presidential campaign but the republican party in doing much better with just thirty percent of americans holding a favorable view uh that's essentially the same as september when the reading hit its lowest point in polling back the 1992 but down from forty two percent in march sixty one percent have an unfavorable pending that the republicans it's amazing how they ever unfavorable opinion of the republicans unfavorable opinion of trump won the presidency and they are in control of.

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