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In empty white out, No. 3 Ohio State beats Penn State 38-25
"The number three ranked Ohio State Buckeyes started the season two now picking up a thirty eight to twenty five victory in Happy Valley over number eighteen ranked Penn state's Justin fields put up another remarkable performance going twenty to thirty four for three in eighteen yards passing and four touchdowns very confident you know I mean just just going back to what I said earlier I think we put in so much work in the office you know we're in my **** out you know just just try to get better and I eat she said aspect of the game so I think it's it's been over an hour the second time in as many games both Kerr Wilson Chris alive in over a hundred yards receiving a piece Ohio state dominated this game on both sides of the ball three of five hundred twenty six yards of total offense and only Penn state to just forty four yards on the ground hi Maxwell Cohn
Biden Leading Trump in 6 Battleground States
"Polling four days out Fox News has done. Their final national poll shows Bahn's lead over trump narrowing to eight points. North Carolina new NBC News, Marriage Paul Has Biden leading trump by six in Florida YouGov Today Has Biden leading in Florida by to in Georgia WSB TV has a statistical tie between Biden and trump. Of course, can we trust polls given what we all experienced and twenty sixteen to address that worry at the New York Times nate Cohn keeps up a chart that is the if the polls are as wrong as twenty sixteen chart which I find. Very comforting. The columns on the left here. That's the current. Twenty two thousand polling average in these key states this year, the columns on the right in both cases That's what the polling average would look like if you adjusted it to correct for the polls being as wrong as they were in two thousand sixteen. So like in Pennsylvania, you see Biden is leading on average this year by six points in Pennsylvania. But if the polls are as wrong as 2016, than Biden would still be ahead by two. In Florida Biden's average lead right now is three points in the polls. But if the polls are as wrong as they were in two thousand, sixteen in Florida, than Biden, would be leading by less than one point, which is you know Florida's Mo less than one percentage point differences is the way they do business. What would this mean? Overall election today as nate Cohn notes polling sleeves translate perfectly to result, and they won't then Biden would win the electoral college three, hundred and fifty seven to one eighty one. But if state polls were as wrong as they were in two thousand sixteen than bite me what still win but by a smaller margin three, thirty, five to two or three. Anyway, that's what the polls say even when adjusted for your post two thousand sixteen eighty. Four days left will know soon
Activist Frank Nitty's Walk From Milwaukee Concludes At March On Washington
"By by taking taking a a look look at at yesterday's yesterday's march march on on Washington, Washington, which which was was held held here here in in Washington, Washington, D. D. C. C. Thousands Thousands of of people people came came to to the the National National Mall Mall to to participate participate in in the the action action known as the commitment march to protest police violence and racial injustice. So we figured we let you know Whether we talk shop Fact or skinny, light skinned about skin black lives matter black people. Face a symbolic tell Cohn Every time we walk, speak up. SAP. Job drive and, yes, brain. No, just there's a knee upon the neck of democracy, and our nation can only live so long without the oxygen of freedom. We just march 750 miles from Milwaukee was causing 24 days the gear because we're not going to stop until we get Chang That was the Reverend Al Sharpton, Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Martin Luther King. The third and the final voice you heard was Frank's Ncba, better known as Frank Nitti. He is a Milwaukee activists who like he said, walked 750 miles from Wisconsin to Washington, D. C. And Frank Nitti, miss with us Now. Welcome. Thank you for joining us, man. That's amazing. I haven't watched any media or hurting any of anything. But I really never looking myself religions of myself or anything like that. I'm all about like the message and coming together. So how do you feel? I mean, as you say, you know, you walked A long way. How you feel you tired? Is your body tired? Um, actually, I feel amazing. Believe it or not, I don't know how it was like a very spiritual journey for some reason. Even the last day I had walked 40 miles that morning, and then the group walked 42 miles in the Washington D. C that later on that evening, and my body was so fine And so is that like, literally, The last 20 miles, and there was a lady that came up. She came out. She said she was looking for me for four hours, and she was crying. And she had her kids, whether she like you're doing what nobody else could do. You know, Um, you're doing it for my kids. And you know this is such a big thing. And you almost There's a little bit more to go and she was crying and everything. And I started crying and everything, but he gave me so much energy and I was able to walk from there in the last hour. It was just some of my legs are so sore, But other than that, I sat down. I couldn't like walking my feet for two hour the hour and a half once I said it, and now I find I'm ready for the world. Like I woke up this morning like like I hadn't walked for him for the last 24 days. But there were also some some ugly things that happened along the way. I understand that members of your group had many trials that some members of the group were arrested members you know, a member of the group was accused of shoplifting after she had bought like hundreds of dollars of supplies that you were shot at in Pennsylvania. So I was just wondering if you were expecting sort of vitriol to be directed at you. What was crazy Wass? As soon as we got into the state of Indiana, some I was like, Get out the road spoke. You know, and we laugh. We just laughed or whatever you know to me, but it was like You can kind of predict as soon as you cross the state line and take like 15 steps. You know, it was about two blocks, and someone has said that, you know, and we knew about the racism there with at the time I didn't know like Over the home of the K. K K like there's supposed to still operating at Knox, Indiana, and then, like the head of the Aryan Brotherhood, lives in Warsaw, Indiana, So we didn't know when I was like looking at the map and the role we were taking. I didn't particularly picked these places, but yeah, I was extremely rough being called the n word every Five blocks people through boots at us people threw food at us. The police were black and golf, gas stations and Indiana so that we couldn't get gas at them. Telling gas stations and businesses to close could say We were there to burn him down. The women can use the bathroom. We had someone brought us a portable toilet. So Indiana was like 100 degrees for two days. We are these like 30 Miles stretches where there was only one gas station and we weren't allowed to use it. And we're walking like 12 hours a day at that point, so we had to deal with racism, and we had to deal with the heat. And then we had to deal with the police actually spreading the rumors that we were doing these things and plus they were also telling us we can't go down the street or industry and we were. We would always go down whatever street we needed to go down. I would always tell him like no matter what You're not going to stop us from walking and actually established from from from getting the D. C.
The Queer Eye Guys Take on Gritty, But How Do You Improve on Perfection?
"Netflix's queer eye for the straight guys to Philadelphia for its fifth season, and they released a mini episode on Tuesday where they gave a mega over to none. None other than gritty. Who of course prides himself on being rough around the
President Trump's executive order criticized for not addressing racial bias
"A series of executive actions introduced this week in the rose garden by the president were aimed at curbing the use of deadly force by police encouraging a ban on chokeholds and setting up a database for police departments to share information on officers with the history of misconduct and excessive use of force so they aren't we hired elsewhere Jon Cohn is an ABC news contributor with an extensive background in law enforcement he told me the president's executive order could have done more I thought it was a missed opportunity you know I've worked in law enforcement and homeland security for thirty four plus years I've worked with police departments around the country I've been involved both the national level the local level present really had an opportunity to come out and make a strong statement saying basically police are vital to our society they protect our communities from violence and the need the people of this country will not tolerate individuals or police organizations allowing racial bias to influence the decision making officers aware these organizations and you know we're we're seeing a very strong statement being made by the people of this country through these protests as somebody who's very proud of that a police officer and who has worked closely with law enforcement officials you know across the country for years hi I really urge them and our elected leaders in Washington to listen Johns a former police officer and he worked with the department of homeland security knows a lot about law enforcement one of the questions that people I know ask about constantly as wide a police officers have to shoot to kill why can't we train people to shoot for the leg yes you might not be as is as accurate every time but white we you wouldn't have a person die I mean that's an interesting question I can just say that the way you're trained is if you're going to use lethal force if you're gonna use your firearm it's you're shooting to stop you're shooting to make the person who is a threat I'm incapable of taking those actions what you want but when shooting somebody in the legs do the same thing when that stopped that person if that was the goal positive it's really hard I mean I've been involved in shootings and you teach an officer to eighteen center mass because that is where you're going to have the highest likelihood of not only striking the individual but striking him in a way that stops them from doing whatever action is that Yasser deem to be a threat it's not easy particularly when you're in those situations to a team you know to hit a hand that may be carrying an item or or lack and that's why they train officers to essentially aim and nationally for the percent of mass I know when I've heard that over over again but in the case of of of ray sharp drops in in Atlanta if he had been shot in the foot he would have stopped it would have been as easy I understand that and I get that and then you would have done that but when they're talking about changing police training in police tactics is what I'm suggesting just completely out of there not something it would even be considered yeah I think I would be difficult I my belief is that where we have to focus our training is in the area of teaching officers how to at the initial point of a call I set the tone in that call so it doesn't escalate you you hear a lot of people talk about the idea of de escalation de escalating something that has already gotten ratchet up is very difficult so the key is making sure that an officer approaches a situation whether it's J. responding to a call for service or an interaction with somebody on the street at the an officer initiates that you handle that call in such a way so that it doesn't escalate to a situation requiring the use of force if you've lost control of the situation there's a high likelihood that the result is going to be something that isn't good so if you're drawing a gun in your firing you were in a life or death situation but a lot of these calls the officers approach the situation correlate they allow you to get under competitiveness role and then they use deadly force with deadly force wasn't necessary with someone's running away from you it doesn't matter where you you know it and you're shooting a gun at them it doesn't matter whether you're shooting game for their leg or their back you shouldn't be shooting your gun
Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing
"Lot lot of of comedians comedians not not comedian comedian while while comedians comedians I I guess guess technically technically they they are are comedians comedians and and and and talk talk show show host host and and tons tons of of celebrities celebrities of of course course are are speaking speaking out out about about the the and and the the the the death death of of George George Floyd Floyd here here in in the the Twin Twin Cities Cities at at the the hands hands of of a a Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer and and it it kinda kinda know know Brian Brian did did a very a very serious serious show show last last night night he he made made opening opening comments comments and and then then he he spent spent the the rest rest of his of his time time with with van van Jones Jones here's here's part part of his of his show show open open we we have have a a ritual ritual now now in America in America whenever whenever something something terrible terrible happens happens our our nation nation goes goes into into shock shock and and hundreds hundreds of of people people like like myself myself come come on on television television and and try try to to make make sense sense of of it it all all we're we're rightfully rightfully second second by by the the needless needless killing killing of of a a black black man man named named George George Floyd Floyd our our national national crisis crisis is is that that a large a large and and vital vital community community in in our our country country is is in in real real pain pain pain pain because because they they do do not not feel feel safe safe or or dignified dignified or or seen seen and and most most important important of of all all they they do do not not feel feel hurt hurt eight eight you you know know it's it's kind kind of of on on the the same same sentiment sentiment throughout throughout you you know know from from people people commenting commenting like like Cohn Cohn and and I I really really appreciate appreciate that that they they do do step step away away from from regular regular programming programming to to do do just just a a dress dress the the seriousness seriousness of of the the situation situation and and sometimes sometimes it it can can make make I I I I I I think think that that you you know know news news outlets outlets obviously obviously they're they're working working around around the clock the clock on on this this kind kind of a of thing a thing in in there there they're they're they're they're used used to to dealing dealing with with serious serious tumble tumble when when you find you find someone someone who who is is a comedian a comedian by by nature nature and and a a downshift downshift into into more more of a of serious a serious tone tone to to address address something something I actually I actually think think that that they can they can have have it it as as an an opportunity opportunity to have to have more more of a of a profound profound impact impact on on the the hearer hearer the the listener listener the the audience audience yes yes because because it's it's just just like like well well why why don't don't you you decide decide and and then then let's let's listen listen what what this this person person has has to to say say absolutely absolutely I'm I'm at at Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon also also had had a serious a serious tone tone to to his his show show last last night night on on that that we've we've got got part part of his of his message message about about you you know know the the recent recent civil civil rights rights protests protests and and concerns concerns the the silence silence is is the the biggest biggest crime crime that that white white guys guys like like me me and and the rest the rest of of us us are are doing doing we we need need to to say say something something we we need need to to keep keep saying saying something something and and we need we need to stop to stop saying saying that's that's not not OK OK more more than than just just one one day day on on Twitter Twitter we we all all need need to to be be talking talking about about this this it's it's not not going going to get to get buried buried it's it's not not going going away away we we can can just just hope hope that that everyone everyone loves loves each each other other we we can't can't say say be be the the change change and and just just sit sit around around tweeting tweeting be be the the change change be be the the change change what what is is the the change change how how do do I I change change how how do do I I do do it it this this is is such such a long a long route route in in the the ground ground it it is is so so long long indeed indeed but but we we gotta gotta get get in in there there we we have have to to dig dig it up it up
Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing
"Lot of comedians not comedian while comedians I guess technically they are comedians and and talk show host and tons of celebrities of course are speaking out about the and the the death of George Floyd here in the Twin Cities at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and it kinda know Brian did a very serious show last night he made opening comments and then he spent the rest of his time with van Jones here's part of his show open we have a ritual now in America whenever something terrible happens our nation goes into shock and hundreds of people like myself come on television and try to make sense of it all we're rightfully second by the needless killing of a black man named George Floyd our national crisis is that a large and vital community in our country is in real pain pain because they do not feel safe or dignified or seen and most important of all they do not feel hurt eight you know it's kind of on the same sentiment throughout you know from people commenting like Cohn and I really appreciate that they do step away from regular programming to do just a dress the seriousness of the situation and sometimes it can make I I I think that you know news outlets obviously they're working around the clock on this kind of a thing in there they're they're used to dealing with serious tumble when you find someone who is a comedian by nature and a downshift into more of a serious tone to address something I actually think that they can have it as an opportunity to have more of a profound impact on the hearer the listener the audience yes because it's just like well why don't you decide and then let's listen what this person has to say absolutely I'm at Jimmy Fallon also had a serious tone to his show last night on that we've got part of his message about you know the recent civil rights protests and concerns the silence is the biggest crime that white guys like me and the rest of us are doing we need to say something we need to keep saying something and we need to stop saying that's not OK more than just one day on Twitter we all need to be talking about this it's not going to get buried it's not going away we can just hope that everyone loves each other we can't say be the change and just sit around tweeting be the change be the change what is the change how do I change how do I do it this is such a long route in the ground it is so long indeed but we gotta get in there we have to dig it up
"Since one thousand nine hundred sixty. California has officially been known as the Golden State. And that's because as the plaque reads California's development and remarkable prosperity began with the discovery of gold humanities. Love of gold is fairly bizarre of all the hundred and eighteen elements in the periodic table. Gold is the only one which we humans have always gravitated towards gold was used earliest currencies. Gold joined us in marriage and was used to produce most precious artifacts. Maybe the secret to our love of gold is simply that it's beautiful and never tarnishes in eighteen. Fifty-three my father's great grandfather Henry. Cohn traveled from a tiny stelle. In what is now Poland to Hamburg where he boarded a boat and six months later. After walking across the isthmus of Panama Henry ended up in San Francisco. Henry Cohn was part of the Goldrush the largest mass migration in American history bringing about three hundred thousand people to California. It all started in eighteen. Forty eight when James Marshall found gold in his piece of land at Sada's mill in Coloma. The News of gold quickly spread around the world. At first the gold could be picked up from the ground but later on it was recovered from the streams and rivers with the use of panned. The gold rush peaked in eighteen fifty. Two and after that the Gold Rassoul getting thinner and harder to reach soon largescale and more environmentally damaging methods of traction cold hydraulic mining were employed. One hundred and seventy years later on the environmental legacy of the gold rush a significant and yet acknowledged as we'll discover in today's episode mercury which is a deadly neurotoxin was elemental to the process of gold-mining today large quantities of mercury from the gold. Russia's still polluting California posing a risk to every kind of living organism including us. I travel up to California's gold country to meet with Izzy Mountain. Izzy is a community organizer and environmental advocate with over forty years of experience working in rural communities to economic and environmental justice. She is what with a wide variety of constituencies from tribal leaders to Maynas and from farmers to forest is is. He first entered local politics. Nevada County Planning Commission at during the nineteen ninety s and later while serving on the Nevada County Board of supervisors. Miss Martin led the fight to put the South Yuba river into the state. Wild and scenic river program is he became. Ceo The Sierra Fund Sixteen years ago she conceived of and led the effort that resulted in the publication of the Sierra Funds. I report on the impact of the Goldrush mining's toxic legacy and has worked for the last decade to bring attention to golds dark shadow on a very hot day. Is Ian. I climb to the top of a damn standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining.
Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen released from US prison
"President trump's former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen was released from federal prison today he'll serve the remainder of his sentence at home due to the corona virus pandemic wearing a surgical mask and a baseball cap attorney Michael Cohen arrived at his Manhattan apartment building in the morning after he was released from a prison in Otisville New York he removed boxes of legal documents from the trunk of a car a uniformed doormen at the luxury residence carried them into the lobby on a luggage cart Cohn who pleaded guilty to tax charges campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress began serving his sentence last may he had been scheduled to remain in prison until November twenty twenty one I actually have blurred
U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape
"Federal authorities were in Harvard mass this morning were former U. S. special forces soldier and his son were arrested for their alleged role in the escape of a former Nissan chief executive ABC's Erica Turkey with more on our top story the daring escape from Japan to Lebanon by ex Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was aided by three men the Japanese have said including former US green beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter both of whom have now been arrested by the U. S. Marshall service in Boston Japan requested extradition on charges of enabling Goans December escape before he could stand trial for financial crimes court record said Michael Taylor carried a box in which Cohn supposedly hid the Taylors are due to make their initial appearance in court by video link Erin Qatar ski ABC news
Can the US economy recover from coronavirus?
"Nation last week another three million Americans filed for unemployment retail sales and factory output recorded record declines silenced the economic damage from corona virus tonight on sixty minutes Scott Pelley talks with the most powerful man in the finance world federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell here's a preview what economic reality to the American people need to be prepared for well I I would take a more optimistic cut it that if I could and that is this is a time of of great suffering and difficulty and it's come on us so quickly and with such force but you you really can't put into words the the pain people are feeling the uncertainty there realizing and it's going to take awhile for us to get back but I I would just say this in the long run and even in the medium run you would want to bet against the American economy this economy will recover it may take awhile it may take a period of time it could stretch through the end of next year we really don't know can there be a recovery without a reasonably effective vaccine assuming there's not a second wave of of of the corona virus I think you'll see the economy recover steadily through the second half of this year for the economy to fully recover people will have to be fully confident and that that may have to await the arrival of of of a vaccine scuttle interview the fed chairman airs tonight on sixty minutes we go now to Gary Cohn he's a former director of the national economic council under president trump he joins us from Long Island New York good morning good morning Margaret you just heard of a federation chairman say and know full recovery until there is a vaccine thought is the logical extension of that that there will be widespread unemployment well into next year so first five by chairman Paul did a very good job of summarizing the economic situation with some optimism and saying look if we don't get a second outbreak in the fall which is just predicted we don't know if that will happen or not we we we will continue to grow our economy and our economy will continue to have a natural recovery so and he was quite optimistic and and I am quite optimistic the U. S. economy is quite resilient and I and I have to remind people that we end up in this economic situation by necessity we made a conscientious decision to shut down our economy and have everyone stay home to flatten the curve was the right decision but we created this economic situation we can on wine this much more quickly than some of the comparisons that we're making in time where were were there were situations where our unemployment data happened over a long period of time because I think the climbing employment declining sales I think counter to that is there are people in immediate and severe pain now I mean the fed revealed this week that forty percent of people making under forty thousand dollars a year lost their jobs in just one month in March we were hearing that food in security the fed chair pointed to Congress and you just turn the speaker of the house say time is of the essence do you agree with her that more emergency aid needs to happen now or can you wait as Republicans want to do so I I think I agree with fifty percent of what the speed with the speaker saying so part of the heroes act was to get money or is to get money to the states the state local government and I do think that is very important to stay local governments have been hard hit the last thing we want to see a state local governments in our time of need having to lay off firemen policemen teachers first responders frontline people that were relied upon for everyday life that would be the complete wrong outcome here so the federal government does have to step in and help out states just like that help small businesses and big miss Bates big businesses they should help the states that doesn't mean they should respond return the states to perfect financial condition on the other half of the bill eight you did ask me about that there are some things in there that are much more aimed at a a recovery then the current position we're in in addition to that if we really want to get the people back to work that the chairman Powell was talking about we need to reopen the economy those people earning less than forty thousand dollars a year are very important and we rely on them but think about the health care system healthcare system is twenty percent of our GDP if we get our healthcare system back up and running a lot of people in the lower wage bracket end up working in the healthcare system we need that to happen if if we get people going back to work think of what it means to go back to work you get are you did it's not it's not an either or it's a half right and part of what Congress should be doing is figuring that out policy wise the administration is floating the idea of a payroll tax cut slashing the corporate tax rate suspending capital gains on assets but between now and the end of the year how does any of that help the people who are in pain now what we have to decide where we are are we responding to the crisis we trying to stimulate recovery Hey look this is a very difficult situation because the federal government sits on top and then each state is going to decide what we're doing if we're trying to respond to the crisis were right and this is where I agree with the speaker we have to get the state's money to help them respond to the crisis if we're trying to stimulate economic growth which would be the second half of the equation we would use a different set of tools to stimulate economic growth and we have a huge tool box of tools we can use to stimulate economic growth but but those specific proposals payroll tax cuts lowering the corporate interest rate does that do any of what you're talking about will a payroll tax cuts puts money in the pockets of people who are working right right now we're talking about the unemployed people exactly all tax cut doesn't help an unemployed person so I'm not in favor of the payroll tax cuts so what are you saying are you back to work okay are you also saying more direct aid to people because one of the the questions around extending unemployment benefits as they are now this unintended consequence of people actually sometimes making more on unemployment then if they take the option to go back to the employer that maybe for low down so what's the solution there the market look I think you just had a very important concept when we first started the enhanced unemployment benefits we did it for a specific person purpose we wanted to and we needed to get people out of the economy we needed them to stay home so we changed the definition of unemployment we said look stay home don't look for a job we don't want you to leave your house now I think we have to go back to the more traditional definition of unemployment if your unemployed you get benefits but if you need to be looking for a job if you get offered a job you should have to take that job and you should come off of unemployment benefits we need to transition out of the extraordinary measures that were justifiable sixty days ago ninety days ago into the the real world of what it is they they they continues definition of unemployment to think that do you think equity markets are behaving rationally and are you accepting the idea that the tax cuts that you personally helped usher through from the trump administration may have to disappear as so many on Wall Street are predicting to pay for all this first I have I have said it I'll say it again we now understand that we have to be in position the federal government to spend two to five trillion dollars in a moment's notice to support our infrastructure support our economy that said we need to sit down look at both sides of the equation we need to sit down and look at the revenue side of the equation and we need to look at the expense side of the equation so I would say yes the tax situation United States has to be readjusted everything should be on the table but remember at the expense side equation everything should be on the table as well as far as the stock market goes remember the stock market so you're talking about your name you accept would likely have to go I said so I think everything is on the table Hey remember remember my market I think the tax cuts are completely misconstrued we get a big tax breaks too to lower income earners and we taxed higher income earners in fact in the heroes bill you'll see they're trying to roll back the SALT deduction the salt production it was a way that we tax most of the higher earners only the top thirty percent of earnings really use the SALT deduction they're the ones that own the big homes and pay the big real estate taxes and pay big state income taxes than they're using that deduction rolling that deduction back does not make sense right now when the federal government needs money in in this environment I'm a stock market like a stock market very forward looking and I think the stock market like chairman Paul is fairly optimistic of where we're going to get to an end and there is a path forward and I want my people it's also it's made up of the largest companies might occur and a lot of those companies have actually become more essential to our daily lives today not less essential your current index a small local businesses I think that index would be trading at depressed
Ex-Trump Lawyer Cohen To Serve Out Prison Sentence At Home
"President trump's former attorney Michael Cohen will serve out the rest of his prison sentence at home Michael Cohn was scheduled to be released from a prison in upstate New York late next year fourteen inmates and seven staff members have tested positive for corona virus there so phone is being released to serve out his term at home prisoner advocates have pushed for such releases because of the inability to practice social distancing in prison more than seven hundred fifty federal prison inmates and staff have tested positive for
Allen Garfield, ‘The Conversation’ Character Actor, Dead at 80 From Coronavirus
"Allen Garfield a veteran character actor who starred in nineteen seventies films including the conversation and that Nashville has died of complications from the coronavirus Garfield is being remembered throughout Hollywood James woods who co starred with him in citizen Cohn called him a superb actor Garfield died at a retirement facility were several staffers and residents tested positive for cove in nineteen he was eighty
Blue Jackets rally past Canucks 5-3 to aid wild card push
"Overcoming a three one deficit going into the third period the Columbus blue jackets one five to three over the visiting Vancouver Canucks the Canucks were in control for most of the game but Columbus as that much of the year came back from behind and picked up a crucial win late in the season returning from injury defenseman Ryan Murray came up huge for the blue jackets public assistance two third period goals as well saccharine skeet made his impact felt having the game tying goal from the point with five minutes to go in the third period Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
San Francisco declares state of emergency over coronavirus
"San Francisco health officials have declared a state of emergency because of coronavirus concerns as KQED's Shannon Lynn reports the announcement comes as the disease forces tech giants to cancel trade shows and stole production targets there are currently ten reported cases of cove in nineteen in the state none of which are in San Francisco the department of health officer Tomasz ari Cohn says this new status will strengthen the city's preparedness efforts everybody needs to be better prepared not just outpatient clinics hospitals public health there's a lot of work that we have to do to make sure that people in the community are prepared for community transmission should start happening the declaration will streamline the city's resources and coordinate across agencies to educate local communities the city will also qualify for federal and state reimbursements San Diego and Santa Clara county have also declared similar state of
Bemstrom's OT tally lifts Blue Jackets over Senators 4-3
"The Columbus blue jackets beat the Ottawa senators forty three on a game winning overtime goal from a meal bans from the game became a back and forth affair with each team equalizing the get the game back to a tie halfway through the second period I was immersed like it's went down to injury and was replaced by Jonas Korpisalo finding his first game action on the ice in months corpus stepped up and had fourteen saves in thirty one minutes from the start to see something up that kind of stuff happened tell us what is he what what really happened there but you know it's not fun but you know jump in there and you know seeing the spending relations are lost that was pretty pretty cool and you know just go out there and have fun Nicolino also had two goals taking his season total to nine Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Muhammad scores 22, No. 25 Ohio State tops No. 7 Maryland
"Number twenty five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes upset the number seven ranked Maryland Terrapins seventy nine to seventy two in front of a sold out crowd for the big ten matchup the game was the Luther Muhammad show as Muhammad scored a team high twenty two points and the first time in his career was the leading scorer in the game for the Buckeyes starts in practice so to work on in practice a close push as they ought to hop on a hog the cultures heart and we make each other better Ohio state's defense was smothering holding Maryland's top two leading scorers Anthony Collin and jails but it's only a combined eighteen points the upset win pushes Ohio state's eighteen and nine overall eight eight in conference play Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Merzlikins gets fifth shutout, Blue Jackets beat Red Wings
"The Columbus blue jackets continued on their hot streak and beat the visiting Detroit Red Wings two to zero in front of a sold out nationwide arena in the beginning of the second period following a failed power play opportunity for the blue jackets saccharine ski put Columbus up with the seventeenth goal of the season the most goals in the league of any defenseman I listeners likens continue to stellar play collecting another shot out and now stands the league leading five shutouts on the season with the win the Columbus picked up their tenth straight game with the point registered Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
"cohn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Three six three eleven ten we go to Carl Carl Cohn is from Texas I Carl good morning general good morning they are a bit I'm partner for a number of years now what a change is made in in my portfolio following your on SNL acacia models with my question this morning deals with money my grandchildren's college fund I was fortunate enough this past year who solar in a parking lot fortunately I own a business that handles the mother of assets and was able to get my grandchildren but ten thousand dollars each the question I've got is what how to best the manager of my oldest grandchild is leaving for college this call the next one is three years in the third one has six years to wait so probably a little different planned could manage to leverage those funds would be about that order yeah I mean it's difficulties you know now do you believe that these all three of these grand children will use this money for college you need this money for college or is it something that might go beyond college first you absolutely need it for college the second one their families doing much better however believe in a truck college fund yet but all three of them were okay down yeah so here's here's my dilemma so I don't believe in I've been saying this for awhile fortunately and I had this yesterday and I never talked about it but even the Wall Street journal yesterday are talking about bonds and bond funds they were talking primarily about municipal bonds but none the less they were talking about risk there and I believe there's a great deal rests there I have some information I want to share the top of the next hour about bank in the banking sector but I I think that is a concern for me I'm not I'm I'm not necessarily a fan of the notion that the conservative thing to do is all way stop at the risk of the markets and going to bond funds I don't know I don't believe I should say that there is a less risk in those bond funds and I I I suspect I could make a case of I had to that there's more risk in a bond fan fine then it might be in equity so that would be that that that really I don't see that as an answer or a possibility even though there may be in the near very near future some return on investment as it pertains to dividends but not necessarily our security that the fund itself could drop dramatically so I I wouldn't do that that leaves two options that leaves equity and at least some cash options and if we wanted to equities I would look at a couple of those foundational stocks that are pain decent dividends they are large cap med cap maybe but mid cap large cap funds that are paying decent dividends and have consistently paid decent dividends and our foundational stocks now I'm not I don't wanna make it sound like there's no risk of their because anytime you have a three or four year time horizon there's going to still be some risk there so that would be on a scale of one to ten I'm going to say ten being very risky I'm gonna say the bond fund might have a scale of risk of seven equity funds might have a scale of risk of of six and a half and are these kinds of large cap individual.
"cohn" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Them in these impeachment hearings. Were you surprised when this impeachment came up. I mean the Ukraine issue in particular dealer or does it comport with your experience. I I wasn't there during any of this so But the way get him down the freezing of the funds I guess I was surprised by it. I guess I'm surprised by it. Because it in many respects Y-yo the Congress Congress authorizes funding and you would assume when Congress authorized fundings that these things go through like I i. I never thought for a second wives in the government government Once you know it went through the proper legislative channels of authorizations and appropriations and spending that it didn't get spent. I assume the Dow spent it plus. Yeah everything I saw. They spent one hundred percent of what we gave them. Plus a little bit more and it seems like maybe this is a consequence of you. Were talking about before. Which is the absence of people people to say now it? I don't know but it may be Gary Cohn it's great to be with you. I could talk for another several hours with you. And you're gonNA talk to An audience here at the university in a little bit. And we're grateful for that. Thank you for for your time. Thank you thank you for listening to the files presented by Luminary Media and the University of Sakado Institute of Politics the executive producer of the X.. Files is emily standards. This show is also produced. By Aaron Buckner Samantha. Neil Katie. O'Brien and Allison Siegel for more programming from the IOP visit politics dot US.
"cohn" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Isn't the banker in a better position to understand The risks than the waitress trysts in Las Vegas who thought this thing was and maybe was marketed to her. In a way that said well this is a this is a pretty good deal This look it's an interesting question now is is is. Are we also close to play big brother. So if you're a waitress address and you've already bought the house and you bought your six house and you're doing no docks no documentation no income verification advocation loans and the bank gives you one and there's a rental market that justifying buying the house. I don't know who's guilty in that. I I my point is everyone is equal everyone guilty in that what information should have been given to the waitress about the risks associated with I. I wasn't part of that but I bet you the waitress was given all of the risk disclosure and she side. I guarantee you because the the bank regulations are still pretty tough now did did. Did the entire industry go too far down on lack of documentation lack of income verification lack of down payment hundred percent loan to value. Of course they did. I'M NOT GONNA sit here and say the industry was was perfect. Perfect I'll ask you. I know you're supposed to be asking me but when you when you when you click on APPs today this is not the cone funnel. No we knew. Click on APPs today and and you get nineteen pages of disclaimer and it says you accept or not. Have you read. Have you read all that. No because it may say that you may lose your house in it may say you may lose. Lose your car and it may say that we may take your information and sell it. It may say all these I asked you. Click on it I I do. That's a good point. Click on I click on it. Yes okay I have some intuitive sense of of of risk and if I think there is a risk I probably show it to my lawyer and say what are you you know the waitress in Las Vegas probably had some intuitive sense to and she said they can do lose the house right and guess what she lost the House. Yeah I And and and the country went into a deep economic Spiral because of that. But did they do. You have regrets about how you handle the how Goldman handle it. How the industry handled it? So there's there's many different ways to answer that question. There really are so so look my job at Goldman Sachs was to to to act as a fiduciary for my shareholders so acting as a fiduciary for my shareholders and protecting them and protecting the net worth of the firm and protecting the value of the firm. I think we did a pretty good job. Maybe did a very good job and sometimes not losing money is is. I always say sometimes not. Losing money is more valuable than making money. So from that standpoint did a pretty pretty good job to a very good job on the reputational risk standpoint which is always a much more difficult thing in something that we probably spend the next ten in years discussing was reputational risk and we got to this interesting saying in the firm. I shouldn't say we I haven't been there for three years. Yo It's the old can we. Should we just because we can do something should we do it. And it's a very interesting discussion and it fits in almost every industry. Sorry just because we can do. It doesn't mean we should do it On the can we should we. I think Goldman like every every financial institution small and large and start with every tiny mortgage.
"cohn" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Actually I actually think there's a real concern also that the trump administration is blackmailing people or or a threatening them and I think a lot of maybe the more moderate. Republicans have been who dared to challenge him have been scared out of the media because there have been reports that the the trump administration met with cell phone hacking company in Israel spyware company and then you have Lindsey Graham for example is still there but then you have trump this is this is spyware. All they need is your cell phone number and they have trump in two thousand seventeen reading Lindsey Graham cell phone number to the crowd and it it seems then he goes golfing with Lindsey Graham and suddenly Lindsey Graham's no longer such an opponent and yeah and we're that we just found a bunch of those stingray devices around the White House for misery and their reports that trump are raising millions of dollars to and come up with dossiers to investigate journalist and we even heard phony dossier. Toss US know the real dossiers. Maybe I don't know but they're they're. GonNa threaten journalists and I think it's absolutely a concern that there have done this certain certainly certainly to members of within their own party Jeff Flake for example. I have concerns about retiring. There's no republican primaries in certain states this this year as well. There's four states. They're pulling but to be fair. The Democrats have done that in the past as well sure. I didn't know they did it but it seems especially a distinctive now considering that trump is their candidate Obama emitted. If he were white he would still be pretty decent candidate right like I think the idea is that trump is is not the norm and for them to cancel the primaries while he is the president that special I don't I don't know I think I might disagree a little bit. I think canceling primaries Mary's is kind of thing. That's done. You think you have it in the bag shirt. What the fuck is trump though trump has eight percent of the Republican vote. He's got a bad yeah. Yeah you're right. That is the problem what the fuck is going on. That makes no sense to me. I know they don't we know that trump rigs polls right. I mean that's what Michael Cohen testified that he and in court he bribed twelve thousand dollar bag with a boxing glove in it and so yeah it's really it's really hard to now. Sometimes how how his approval really is yeah. I think canceling primaries significantly ignificant diminishes voters feeling of the efficacy of their vote. I don't agree with it but yeah it just have huge issue with the Republicans doing it really I mean. I have a huge issues with everything that they do. I just wanted to make sure that we know that Obama did cancel said there were some tough primaries cancelled yeah and in Clinton as well right. I think trump is there Obama but assure my bias showing generally speaking Obama is is that good and trump. Is they evil so to say that trump is your Obama is ridiculous but I get what that means is just holy Shit. You're Bama Obama's the antichrist Chris Tucker. He makes no sense right and you said it's eighty eight percent of Republicans but only about thirty percent or truly hardcore fans right. That's what a thirty percent of American voters. Republicans Republicans therefore trump shit right. There's only just like six Republicans. That's it yeah I I want to say back back. Shut me on this next week if you want but I think Hitler had about eighty percent of six people yeah well eighty eight percent of fucking people that can decide if they want to speak up like eighty eight percent of neutral people shirt but thirty percents of hardcore funk in Trumpian ends those of trump or whatever they call them. Those people make all the difference the people that like they they do nothing they just allow those thirty percent of people to be that much more powerful. You're right. You're not one of them but you're that's awful. Hello final question thank you. Seattle is lucky to have your three brilliant rains here thanks for and my question is specifically related into the awesome guest. You have to know thank you but two things one is what should the Democratic candidates be talking about right now in the debates to make make the election security issue for front and secondly. What can they do in between now and November of two thousand twenty. What are we doing to ensure this election not after after we have a Democratic president and Democratic Senate. What are we doing right now about this election doing Mitch McConnell right. There were two questions chains right. What was the first one again residential candidates saying now to bring this to light to activate all of us. Yeah that's for do something in the presidential candidates have not done enough in terms. They really need talking points and we were talking about this backstage. I think Democrats are really bad with talking points so they should be saying hand marked paper ballots. They should be saying there's this thing called. Barcode voting and holding up bar code and can you tell if this is Elizabeth Warren her Donald Trump when you look at the bar code food so this should be doing that they should talk about how systems have remote access the centralized computers have these vendors have remote access to them. They installed it and they lied about it and nations talk about how they connect to the Internet and the vendors lied about this and I think that that would get real interest out there and they need to add that hand-marked prefixed. Eh Kamala Harris is doing this on twitter. I don't know if she's done it anywhere else. I don't know she said hand-marked but she's done it. At least several times on twitter. Ron Wyden is really. He's not a presidential candidate. He's the one who does the Most Elizabeth Warren has called for hand marked paper ballots in her written camp her written description of what her election security plan is which is fantastic but I haven't heard her actually say it out loud and the problem. Is You know the vendors calling these barcode things paper ballots paper because the paper ballots that is propaganda. Sunday studies have shown that to overcome propaganda you need to you need repetition and that's where for example. Fox News is so good. Their content is crap but they're very good at repetition edition thank you yes yes and so important. The Democratic candidates are completely failing at this and I'm finding myself. I've actually been nicer on the Democratic candidates for a president but with Amy Club Shar. I've done a lot of deer Amy Klobuchar. Where's the hand heart hand-marked prefix. Why are you not telling people about the barcodes. Because so what are they what can be done between now. I mean certainly at a minimum we can get the safe act passed does if it's done by the end of September which is just a few weeks from now. Oh there might be some hope that way if that doesn't happen we still can have the house the peanut vendors and I do think transparency and shining a light and letting people out telling telling him we need to know under oath who owns you who is controlling you. I think that this could be a deterrent and even if it's not a deterrent it could open investigations and you never know who's there are a lot of people because isn't focused on who could earn a position to do things really good litigators for example. You never know who's listening. Someone might be listening and maybe they'll file some lawsuits. We really need more lawsuits so definitely do not in general election security coalition for good governance is the only really act in town. Thank God for them but they need. We need more. I think also get five your friends to register to vote show up at numbers manipulate late. We just have to show up absolutely biggest even with all. This corruption ended sixteen hundred polling places closing hundred hundreds of thousands of uh-huh votes being dropped. We still kicked their fucking ass. In two thousand eighteen and we lost. We lost a few seats but did gain very important. One Ends Twenty twenty has to be even bigger what that absolutely and I think that it will be. I think people will turn out you guys are amazing and I think that everybody who who it kind of is part of this community is just so plugged in and so awesome and before we get out of here. We're going to do a little thing. That's my favorite part okay. We're going to divide at the three parts you guys over here. It's actually four parts you guys in the middle and then you guys over here and then you guys up front. Oh you have a special part so first of all you guys over here. Sing this note keep going you guys phone. Keep it going now. I'm GonNa go like this and you stop and then you guys go. Oh really high soprano and I'll give you a cue all right sound good. Now who's fucked today. I would say we discussed it briefly. I'm trying to remember which guy we thought was. I didn't trump. I really do exactly you can you you. Can you know you can shit all over it. If you want Department of Justice we opened an impeachment inquiry on your ass today so Thursdays. We're impeaching the fucking president of the united the States and I hate that we're cheering for that because it's a very somber and Shitty fucking the thing but I hate his fucking face so let's do trump. Trump is you guys I've been. AG thanks to Jennifer Cohn job back and see Road Moiseev is producing engineer by AG with edit in Logo Design Federal Lisa.
"cohn" Discussed on I Have To Ask
"Welcome to slate. I have to ask I might charter were doing something a little different this week for a couple of reasons the first and most important is that we had an election on Tuesday. And we are going to discuss what happened in that election with my guest Nate Cohn from the New York Times. And the second reason it's a special show is because unfortunately, this is the last episode of my podcast. I'm going to talk about that more at the end of the program. But for now, I want to turn to neat who is at our podcast studios in New York City and covers elections for the times at the upshot, which is part of the New York Times and just lead their election night and pulling covered so Nate thanks so much for being here. Thanks for having the Isaac. Do you feel bad that you've never listened to the podcast, even though we're friends? I do not. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I should say Nate ni- worked together at the new Republic, and and our friends, and I thought that another way to make this a special show was to have him on. So Nate guests. Thank you for being here. And tell me just the first question I have for you is. Is what's your what's your big takeaway from what we saw on on Tuesday night? I thought it was good night for the Democrats. You know, it wasn't the night of their dreams -sarily, especially in the Senate. But I thought that their performance in the house is really really impressive given the formidable structural disadvantages. They face in the chamber. I think in the end they're probably gonna win something like thirty nine seats right now, they're currently at thirty. So there are a lot more democratic seats to be picked up that. I don't think people have realized, you know, clearly, the Democrats after disappointed by their performance some high profile contests in the sun belt in Arizona where they may yet win when all the votes are counted. But at the moment, it was not clear victory for cinema that a lot of people expected and in Florida Bill Nelson still has an outside shot to win. But it looks like they will narrowly lose both the governor's race and the Senate race there. But overall, I don't see how you can conclude was anything other than a great night for the Democrats, probably when the national popular vote by seven points better than what the Republicans got in twenty ten and hundred ninety four. So I think that by most of the standard..
"cohn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Dot com you can find this article so it's a long article but it's a very intriguing and interesting tale about how donald trump came to be donald trump by being mentored by this disgusting horrible person who has no ethics morals in the story they say that when roy cohn was the the chief deputy the top lawyer to to joe mccarthy he wants so relentlessly question he was so brutal to a witness that the witness went and committed suicide right after the testimony and royko never showed any remorse that shows you who the these are monsters and and roy cohn helped to create donald trump made him who he is in very large respect okay now part of what politicians do is affectively communicate right donald trump is very obvious who he represents in who he's talking to so they use the philadelphia eagles we know a lot of the football players are african american right there were eighty members of the eagles organization that rsvp to end committed to attend this event as recently as friday as well as over a thousand fans the eagles organization and the eagles are the ones that tried to change their commitment at the eleventh hour and the president frankly thinks that the fans deserve better than that and therefore we changed the ceremony to be a focus on celebrating our great country white fans deserve better ari pick a fight with black people who will not take orders to stand at attention during the national anthem from a guy who forgets the words to god bless america this is how politicians do it they set up this is the white house with the fans against those restive negroes eagles are the ones that change their commitment at the last minute.
"cohn" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"Take this and what we're seeing is not a lot of republicans who wanna come into the administration and so my question is like who is going to staff the white house new to some reporting actually did a lot of reporting how that uh resignation went down which you find how to unfold right well as i said it had been awhile in coming and based on the people i talked to about it gary cohn it told the president a little bit over a month ago that he was going to leave at some point in early 2018 i need signal that two other people there's been sort of a gary cohn death watch going on for several weeks now so it wasn't as you leslie in our inboxes in like everything all day gary leaving so that was that was happening that was on the table than the president asked him to stay through the davos meeting the big international gathering of bankers and financiers in switzerland the gary cohn is a veteran of and the president suppressing people by going through so he stayed to help without trip he stayed held the state of the union in the roll out of the infrastructure package and there was no moment i'm told on this week when gary we went to the president said you know i can't take this anymore you were tariff stuff is awful and i'm leaving they didn't have a shouting match anything like that he just signal to him that you know this is the time uh i'm gonna be resigning and then the president put together a nice quote to release with his resignation so there wasn't a you know a come to jesus meeting where he came to the president said this has become untenable but it was clear there's a lot of tension in the meetings on tariffs were you'd have gary cohn there could have wilbur ross the commerce secretary peter navarro the top trade advisor arguing vociferously about this sometimes even in shouting matches between navarro and cone aso it was clear that they were getting to a point where this wouldn't be tenable eddie more and it happened to be this week when gary lost the.
"cohn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This was trump's top economic advisor gary cohn deny i phase name right you i had a moment of panic right there thought oh that's somebody i know now that's michael cohen that i know gary cohn uh in any case gary cohn has now resigned and there's a lot of rumors swirling around about you know what really happened behind the scenes one of the rumors and this is just an right on off it's true was that he did not agree with this plan but after trump came forward and made this decision that he went back to gary cohn and asked him to endorse it and that is when gary cohn said no and i'm out but that's just a rumor and i do like to spread those not gonna lie right here on the dana barros show sometimes we like the gossip stroke uh but in any case that is why gary cohn has left it may have been pressure to to endorse the idea or may have just been you hired me to be an adviser i'm giving you advice you're not taking it i'm leaving i feel like that would have been enough for me i don't even need the pressure i just like if i'm here to be an adviser this happened with a lot of this member of those others trump set up at the beginning i'm gonna bring in all these technology experts and they're going to be on his council and then he would listen to them and then walk out and do something completely different i think that's gotta be frustrating like what's the point how many times of ugandan meeting in your corporate life and giving your opinion on for the boss only to do something else my hand is like way up high right now if you're just listening on the radio you can't see it on facebook live it's up because i i i can't tell you how many times i'm like i have some advice i know i'm right on this one you might want to listen to me and then the bosses like new p kennedy the other thing well if you need the money you stay i don't think jericho needed the money so he's out now the question will be who replaces him and you know one of the things about gary cohn at least from my understanding first of all was that he was very instrumental in getting the.
"cohn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I'm i'm a free trader but i'm also a believer in fair trade and a president makes a very compelling argument that this country has been taken advantage of i eat china and the ability to get certain goods into certain markets that we offer free markets on their end and there's no reciprocity a i actually think the president is just negotiating more than anything else than than this will actually materialize but time will tell but all right so you're rent but here's the problem i have gary cohn gary cohn id showboating gary cohn makes a big deal as if it's about him gary cohn has always known is a bit of a globalist i don't have a problem with what they did on the tax bill it could have been better in my opinion but you know gary cohn acting like he's the the man of great principle he knew the president's trade position when he went in that's what bothers me it's it's it's almost like everybody that goes into serve in washington it's always about well how do they come out looking in this hata they feel about this and he has to go out with great fanfare making it about him and that's what annoys me about him and a lot of other people that go to serve in dc rao work and you have a point i i'm we i s i thought conscious state because he too was worried about the anti grow and the tariffs and that there might be better ways to do this okay i think you did a great job on tax or call on i think you that have very good job in other areas deregulation energy sometimes you disagree with the president uh so.
"cohn" Discussed on The Takeaway
"This is the take away i've todd's will iq and it's good to have you here by our side today and at the white house the president will have his sometimes beloved sometimes ostracised economic adviser by his side no longer gary cohn is leaving the white house announced in the same week the president says he's charging ahead with global tariffs on steel and aluminum gary cohn fought against those tariffs and ultimately lost it appears gary cohn got the praise from his boss on twitter when he announced that he's leaving the white house the president tweeted that gary has done a superb job on historic tax cuts reforms he called gary cohn a rare talent and thanked him for a service to the american people now gary cohn nearly resigned after the president's response to charlottesville in the white supremacists marches there in august when the president said there are good people on both sides of that debate that apparently wasn't the last straw for gary cohn at the time but steel and aluminum tariffs well they were i have a couple of experts here to talk about gerry cones time at the white house in those tariffs that appear to have finally driven him from what he calls his dream job at the white house gary rivlin as a fellow at the investigative fond who most recently tracked gary cones role at the white house for the intercept he joins me now in the studio gerry thanks for being here i give and also here alex lawson law 360 senior reporter and co cohost of the law 360 pro se podcast alex thanks to you thanks for having me we'll gary it's been a tumultuous 10year for gary cohn as economic adviser were you surprised in the end it losing the debate in the white house over tariffs in the president's apparent intention to charge ahead with these tariffs is finally what's driving gary cohn to resign not really i mean he he he's been on the edge of resigning for for months now to me he got done largely what he came to do i mean slash corporate taxes by 40 percent cut the personal income tax uh there's been some roll back of financial regulation.
"cohn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Yeah that is certainly what happened you have had this contingent call the globalists' continue call the nationalists and gary cohn stood for very classic republican economics of free trade recognizing that wall free trade isn't perfect and what we've made a lot of mistakes in terms of how we've taken care of the losers from free trade on balance the country has done much better from free trade and any allowed would you call the butler and the royal tenenbaum peter navarro who is not a well regarded economist kind of sneak around get into the oval office get sort of trump's year get the last word in and you had this this circus where they brought in the steel executives trump had this meeting and then on the way out the reporters asked him what are you going to do any kind of announced this policy in a press scrum on the way out of a meeting when there was no policy it hadn't been through the office of legal counsel hadn't been fully vetted and gary cohn is a process guy and i think at some point you set himself what do i need this for gary cohn was a big player in the white house he was considered for chief of staff job a couple of times uh president trump tweeted about this and he said this will be making a decision soon on the appointment of a new chief economic adviser many people wanting their job will choose wisely as we discussed yesterday on the show joe i'm not sure a lot of people want the job i'm not sure anybody really wants to walk into that white house today thinking about potentially facing you know tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal field the fees depending on what they get embroiled in i think this is a very different white house and quoting a friend i was talking to last night this past year might be its best year which is frightening john fedorowicz from the bachelor to reality.
"cohn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"It's the tariff decision is a leadership fiasco that cost mr trump a key ally it is a loss and this presidency cannot afford more like a lot of people were last night were criticising gary cohn saying well g he should have left after charlottesville or he should've led after this or after that gary cohn just for those that don't remember and we were critical of gary cohn and said he needed to speak out after charlottesville he did speak out after charlottesville and anybody that knows how the white house works knows that vat caused him most likely the fed chairmanship and so he stayed in there and he fought like good people are staying in there and fight like secretary mattis and and others but but yeah i just enough is enough we're pretty close to people around this circle and i think his departure is a real sign that even gary cohn who is trying to stick it out trying to be there as a sense of duty to try and help out could felt he could not do anything any more to rein in this president casey obviously a lot of republicans on capitol hill that have been very concerned about donald trump concerned about the fact that he's a lifetime democrat that he's a lifetime liberal from queen who actually discovered birtherism discovered racism as a way to get ahead in in the republican primary they're still concerned about his economic policies gary cohn always seemed to be a person that combed the waters for this queens democrat but no more what what what's the rate reaction going to be on capitol hill he always was somebody who at least behind the scenes and meetings they understood him they understood where east where he stood on on the issues for the most part they were all on the same page i mean cone style was one that was more wall street than washington i would say but at the same time he was a force and somebody they could call somebody that they can rely on this tariff decision it is really i think the first enormous policy break republicans on the hill have felt up until now that while yes the president was a huge problem for them in so many ways every news cycle was crazy they didn't really want to keep getting asked about the tweets the end of the day they.
"cohn" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"We're speaking with gary rivlin the author of a new book that was taken from an article written for the intercept wall street's white house how gary cohn wrecked the global economy and parlayed it into a white house job and then all adenauer's fleecing the american public with his tax scam that is likely to pass through the senate tonight um gary cohn put forth the through the one page document back in april how did but the rest of the thing how did it come from gary cohn in the white house or did it come from from congress ray caper everywhere i i do do the it was just a work in progress who is you know the the big four you had koehnen mnuchin for the trump administration and you had um kevin brady uh chair of the house financial service excuse me i chair of house ways and means and his equivalent in the senate uh meeting uh and and talk over the details and it was just great uh quoted in a article new york times and it was thursday that you know w with each with each new development was like another kissed to the donor class and so you know let's leave the the uh uh carried interest a loophole that um of the tax advantage that people in private equity venture capitalist had that they pay taxes at a high rate of or top rate of fifteen percent rather than thirty five thirty nine percent uh let's leave that alone and meanwhile all these random things you know um teachers who buy supplies losing their right off or the ability to write that office and expand yeah th riding would soon.
"cohn" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"It's more of investors edge with gary cohn bomb his crisps investors edge with the crowded judged done be here sooner on a boy repair we called bone come highly recommended feel better if you talk to uh uh so why am i doing this right now uh why am i doing this little dissertation all right now there's a reason to i think that the troubles at hand na the market ex fine remember with technicians first we will deal with the market as it gives tests if it decides the top out next week that will be name we just want to continue to bring it up a little bit more because of why it block chain riots block chain uh jerry what the hell is riot blocked chain well why blocked chain as of september was was a biotech company with no sales and loses a lot of money against simple our i ot uh uh it was called by optics uh mm and october seventeen to october 19th they changed the name from riot blocked chain excuse me uh change the ticker from end name by ops ticks to riot watching and of course uh because block shaded may be one of these bitcoin oda held those stocks gone from three to sixteen uh uh uh three the sixth fleet companies still has all the big losses the company still doesn't have a sale if we started eliminates them today in sold one glass eleminate uh we'd have more sales than this company and idle deal with this company is going to turn to win i'm not trying to put them down i don't know the people who runs a what i do knows this back in ninety nine you had a bunch of scam companies announce that the change in the name of their company to blablabla something dot com the stocks would go up threefold fourfold fivefold and insiders with sell the crap out of their own stock and of course they all ended up going to zero while the symptoms or characteristics of these bubbles is this talk kind the crap uh and as i see more visit uh i'm gonna let you know and you guys can talk blue in your face about bitcoin but any thing that goes up in price from wherever it was one hundred bucks the eight thousand.
"cohn" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Very many events were heads got bashed and it was the left did this in order could think of was gary cohn of and these empty five people were chanting no trump no wall low usa of all these are the people that the media's defending as they attacked trump in of trump's out there saying hey you know uh that site on the left the day at some bad actors in their tours of a bunch of to go around the media when had a cow and just like gary cohn trump's economic advisers at normal though those your people standing up for equality and freedom and you can't grudges pictured you cannot say that the people on their way to the moon hordley this is the point it's the people on the left who are using violence to deny it quality specifically equality and specifically freedom and they're chant no trump no wall no usa at all now you can say russia it's a small van of people let's just typical leftwingers protesting they've been around since the sixties he didn't gonna matter don't look at it that way what was happening in the '60s is largely what's gone wrong with our country to day those people now are in position in taiwan's like vince new mauled him more than ever rush on the eib network fox news.
"cohn" Discussed on The Young Turks
"I i have enough money that unless are working with the president who is openly embracing the uh the white supremacist groups i mean when is a her i don't understand these decentralised model for these and for gary cohn you know i was a little bit grow stop by that comment that he is not gonna let this if those comments replaced this jew or whatever he said yeah that because he is giving them then cover because he is jewish any openly talked about him being jewish right and he's working with trump and and manage munitions working with trump and they're supporting him it gives trump the dili's say i'm not anti semitic riot jittery here but also in fairness he'd they're saying that by staying i'm devil's advocate in here by staying there saying all right we're not going to let the white supremacist win if all the jews and the cabinet resigned well you know charlottesville went well for the people who wanted to go that way so it's a i understand the can i i get that she can take the job in the first right right um but i mean i get they can cut both ways i totally get it but you know he is now unknowingly and willing the working for an administration that is hostile towards the jewish people and bear racist not raissi's nazis areas lord that's when he was that assurance is crazy it gives to the civil war against atmosphere that allow these politicians have at this red this i'm me get.
"cohn" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"To be able to enact significant tax reform maybe they'll be tax cutting the prospects for structural reform which was the aspiration the president laid out are minimal at this stage let's bring in britain books global business correspondent stephanie bega stephanie the two people that were effectively charged with delivering this tax reform gary cohn steve mnuchin what did the prospects look like right now do you think they will remain within the white house yeah you know i think they were put in a very uncomfortable position standing right next to trump on tuesday when he does incendiary remarks that they're both jewish they have gary cohn in particular has you know join the trump administration and he didn't agree with everything trump said during the campaign that i think he joined thinking that this is a great opportunity to get real probusiness policies through tax reform infrastructure spending and they need him to stay on message relentlessly to get something as tough his tax reform through congress at that is a hard sell in the best of circumstances trying to balance competing interests and the longer it takes the closer we all get to their 2018 midterm elections and then it gets even tougher to try to sell something to congress right before they have to go in our election campaign by the way stephanie did you see.