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Amazon to Cover 100% of College Tuition for U.S. Hourly Employees
"The stakes in the arms race for workers just got higher. The online giant amazon announced. It's offering free college tuition to its hourly employees and it's not alone. Big companies have learned that pay raises. Just aren't enough to attract talent in the tight hiring market joining us to explain. Moore's chip cutter. He covers work and corporate issues for the journal chip. Thanks for joining us. Good morning mark. Thanks chip let's talk about exactly what amazon is offering. Well amazon is rolling out. A new benefit is expanding its educational benefits for seven hundred fifty thousand hourly workers and it's going to offer those hourly employees the chance at a fully paid bachelor's degree this is in addition to programs offering associate's degrees high school completion english as a second language so range of courses here but the biggest development is this idea that amazon employees would be able to get a four year degree on the company dime. And who are they targeting so amazon is targeting hourly employees and amazon hired four hundred thousand people in the pandemic but it still needs tens of thousands more and as we reported continuously over the past couple of months. This is a super tight labor market. And it's no longer enough to pay fifteen dollars an hour which amazon's base wage many companies feel that they need to offer even more perks even more reasons for people to one apply or wanna stay with the company and so i think this is really an effort meant to not only lur new people to the company but to keep those some of those existing employees for a little bit longer
Amazon Offers Free Bachelor's Degrees to Entice and Retain U.S. Employees
"Will be offering free bachelor's degrees to its us employees as it races to entice more hourly workers and reduce turnover. The program is set to launch in january amazon's more than seven hundred fifty thousand. Us hourly employees will be able to enroll after ninety days with the company other big employers like walmart and target herald up similar initiatives wall street journal reporter chip cutter has more amazon hired. Four hundred thousand people in the pandemic but it still needs tens of thousands more and as we reported continuously over the past couple of months. This is a super tight labor market. And it's no longer enough to pay fifteen dollars an hour which is amazon's base wage. Many companies feel that they need to offer even more perks. Even more reasons for people to one apply or wanna stay with the company. And so i think this is really an effort. Meant to not only lur new people to the company but to keep some of those existing employees for a little bit
First Civilian Flight Departs Afghanistan Following U.S. Withdrawal
"Not sure if we should have seen this coming. I certainly didn't see this coming but look this plane. We're going to see on your screen right here right here. This is a cutter. Airways boeing seventy seven. Excuse me boeing seven seven seven That is the first passenger flight to depart from the main airport in afghanistan kabul airport since. Us troops withdrew from afghanistan last month. The scene at kabul airport today was markedly different from what we saw. Just weeks ago Instead of us marines we had taliban fighters patrolling runways. The talibans white flags or surrounding the airport on those flagpoles the fact that. Us forces are in control. There and the taliban clearly are today. One hundred and thirteen people including americans canadians brits germans ukrainians all left on that cutter airways boeing seven. Seven flight flew out of kabul and landed in doha in cutter. More flights out flights out again have started. Maybe not just this one may be more to come in a statement today. Secretary of state anthony blinken said that today's flight quote was the result of the departments regular close engagement with our regional partners particularly with the cutlery authorities and taliban officials said today that another flight is expected to take off tomorrow that the taliban is expecting to let it go for its part. The biden news station says it won't divulge details about any upcoming flights due to what they called the ongoing terrorist threat to such operations. Clearly it is still a very fluid situation there. But by all appearances the evacuation flights from kabul appear to be back on as of today with the likelihood that more flights will continue at least tomorrow and maybe beyond that and that is something
Civilian Plane Departs Kabul With Over 20 Americans
"The first international passenger flights depart kabul since the us military withdrawal landed in cutter today again. This flight was non-military was an actual commercial airliner. Those on board included americans brits canadians germans italians ukrainians the qatari assistant foreign minister telling nbc news. Another flight from kabul may take off as early as
First Civilian Flight Leaves Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule
"Tonight. I civilian passenger flight to leave afghanistan to leave kabul airport since the us military evacuation ended arrived in doha cutter. More than one hundred passengers departed from kabul. This is actually the couple departure right now. This is an airport fully controlled by the taliban flying taliban flags this is them taking off from cutter The people on that flight included canadian ukrainian german british and us citizens from from doha. They will go to their final
First Civilian Flight From Kabul Since US Exit Lands in Doha
"The first time since the us military withdrawal from afghanistan the taliban allowed a plane carrying americans and others to leave kabul that plane landing and cutter just a short time ago while others are trying to cross my land in neighboring pakistan. Nbc's mollie hunter. Is there tonight. The first international flight taking off from the taliban run kabul airport. Tonight americans on board a us facilitated evacuation plane to doha cutter the first since. Us troops left and a far cry from the chaotic runway scenes. Two weeks ago the state department said they invited more than thirty american citizens and permanent residents but not everyone took up the offer. There will be more flights but the nfc says due to an ongoing terror threat. No details in advance on board one hundred thirteen people and alongside americans canadians brits ukrainians and germans. Nbc's raff sanchez. Was there. This is it. After a perilous journey that started in kabul through an airport controlled by the taliban. These passengers are coming down the steps here in doha. Finally to safety and security but for those so desperate in the last two weeks overland has been the only way out we headed up pakistan's khyber pass to the torkham border-crossing with afghanistan. This new taliban guard we spoke with says pakistan isn't letting all these people through there are people waiting who can't get over. Okay okay so the pakistani military's having moved back but sisters mersal and manisha mayday if you had stayed under taliban rule what would that have been like the big problem school. Not as they're headed to ottawa soon to be canada's newest refugees now if international flights really are starting back again that's potentially very good news for the tens of thousands of vulnerable afghans left behind.
At Least 200 Dual National Afghans, Including Americans, Permitted to Fly out of Kabul
"Ago. Roughly two hundred afghan dual nationals including about thirty americans have been granted permission to leave afghanistan. The airport the manifest for the cutter airways flight granted permission for these two hundred eleven individuals to leave from kabul. This is going to be. This is going to have a lasting effect. This is gonna leave a mark as they say on the by administration. No question about it. Great analysis by rich lowry over the last. Now we're really seeing the true biden presidency. This is the real biden presidency.
White House Blames Paperwork for Delay in Flights Leaving Afghanistan
"The president of the united states abandons american citizens on direct command told everybody. We're leaving if you aren't board by by august thirty first too bad that's on. You should have gotten out. So americans are abandoned. There are hundreds of them. Private contractors are going in trying to extricate them from their circumstances behind the talibans enemy lines and the state department blocks them from leaving making sure that they stay hostages. Meanwhile the press secretary comes out and tells the media that the americans are not being held hostage. That's an important thing. I thought you were talking about the build back better agenda on no that is not what we would characterize it as those were points That was those were comments made by. A republican congressman. This weekend so maybe very clear. We're in touch with american citizens working to get them out. There are four who were able to depart. Overland's war who were able to depart overland because of private contractors not because of the effort of the biden administration or the blinken lead state department Our secretary of state is in cutter right now. Working on a range of options including getting up lights up in operational undying and he's in cutter now getting a pedicure who are you kidding. Have you seen that weak little weasel and what we have seen is that individuals who have documentation are able to depart or that that is what we have seen but again We don't have a great deal of understanding of every individual on these manifests. Course you don't and you didn't have a great deal of understanding of every individual on the cargo planes that you sent out one hundred twenty thousand strong and brought to the united states only six percent of which were americans.
Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan
"It's more real than ever now even many in the mob the media recognizing what we have been brightly reporting that. Yeah we abandoned americans behind enemy lie ally wines and that they are hostages. Yup twenty four days even. Cbs news correspondent christina. Ricci fini reporting that multiple flights are being held on the ground and mazaar-i-sharif isseri airport in northern afghanistan by the taliban email sim by the state department of congress members. Explain the flights held by the taliban have permission to land in cutter but only this is our state but only quote if and when the taliban agrees to the take off okay. The taliban is holding them hostage. A congressional source tells cbs news. This is not the sean hannity news department. Cbs news so it's not exactly your right wing conspiracy telling you any of this anyway. There's a a group of people they have been now waiting for six days to take between six hundred and twelve hundred people including nineteen american citizens and permanent residents out of afghanistan or as we should now call it. The islamic emirates of afghanistan and the group teaches young women leadership through athletics told. Cbs yeah. they've been waiting for six days. Not well does that sound like a hostage situation to you biden administration is now even saying there's little we can do. We do not control their airspace. You kidding me.
Texas Congressman Michael McCaul Says Taliban Holding Americans Hostage
"A ranking member of the house foreign affairs committee says the taliban is holding americans hostage during an interview on fox news. Sunday congressman. Michael mccall said. The taliban prevented six airplanes filled with american citizens and their afghan interpreters from leaving the country on saturday clearing their points to depart. The they've sat at the airport for the last couple days. these planes and they're not allowed to leave We know the reason why is because the taliban wants something in exchange. This is really turning into a hostage situation where they're not get allow american citizens to leave until they get full recognition from the united states of america. The chartered planes are at an airport. In the northern city of mazari sharif an afghan official confirmed four. Planes have been grounded but he claimed the passengers afghans not americans and that they did not have passports or visas to leave the country. The flights were headed for cutter but it was not immediately clear. Who chartered them. Meanwhile a small number of commercial flights have resumed at kabul's international airport. All are flying. Domestic routes telephone leaders continued to insist. They will be more tolerant than they were. During their last time in power on sunday the education department issued a statement saying women could continue to attend university but classes must be segregated by sex or at least divided by a curtain so men and women cannot see each other. Female students are also required to wear a robe and
Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him
"Two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.
President Biden Defends America's Exit From Afghanistan
"Day two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.
US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Complete
"Us military though completed its withdrawal from afghanistan ending a twenty year war. major general. Christopher donahue is the last soldier to board the final plane that left kabul yesterday and jeffers joins us now with more morning aiming good morning. Joe yup america's longest war ended yesterday at three twenty nine pm eastern time and unfortunately joe. Us officials acknowledged that there were americans who were not able to get out who were left behind in afghanistan. Anthony blinken secretary of state yesterday said that there were under two hundred americans who still wanted to leave who remain in now the. Us now has suspended. Its diplomatic presence in kabul. It's transferred operations to doha cutter. So for now. The diplomatic operation will be from a distance in terms of dealing with afghanistan. The us is going to work to reopen the kabul airport for civilian traffic as soon as possible and the commitment he said to get. Our afghan allies out has no deadline. So that mission is going to be ongoing. How they're going to get out. Though is the trick blink and explained yesterday what's going to happen next. Here's what he said. We're also working to identify ways to support. Americans legal permanent residents and afghans will work with us in who may choose to depart the overland routes we have no allusion. Any of this will be easy or rapid this will be an entirely different phase from the evacuation. The just concluded now. General kenneth mackenzie. He's the head of centcom said yesterday in a briefing with reporters at the pentagon that there was a logic to why the united states decided to leave even as there are. Some americans still left behind. Here's what he said. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But i think if which stayed another ten days louis. We wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with so the calculation was for force protection that is the us soldiers and afghan soldiers who regarding that airport ultimately the risk of taking on more casualties overwhelmed. The potential benefit of getting any more americans out as general. Mackenzie said
U.S. Conducts Drone Strike in Kabul
"Breaking news. Of course out of afghanistan president biden making good on his promise to retaliate for isis k. Attacks on us military and civilians near the kabul airport last week rap. Sanchez is in doha. Cutter raffled can you tell us tom. A little after five pm local time as the sun was starting to set over kabul. The us military says it carried out a drone strike against an isis cave vehicle heading for the airport. The drone tracks the white cars drove through this residential neighborhood just west to the airport and the strike happened around two miles from the perimeter. Us central command says the vehicle was packed with explosives and posed imminent threat. When it was hit those bombs went off and cause significant secondary explosions. You can see this happened right next to houses and there are reports that an afghan child was killed in the blast. The us military says it's looking into that but has no indications at this time of civilian casualties. No us personnel were injured. And this doesn't appear to have had any impact on the evacuation effort. President biden did warn last night that an attack was highly likely but just because this flawed appears have been thwarted doesn't mean the danger to. Us troops is over. The white house has said all along that the most dangerous hours of this operation would be the final hours ahead of tuesday's deadline for
China Protests US Navy, Coast Guard Ships in Taiwan Strait
"China's defense ministry is protesting friday's passage of a us navy worship in it coast guard cutter throw international waters between china and taiwan china claims ownership of the island of taiwan and called the exercise provocative. The us navy says the ship's transit through the taiwan strait demonstrates the us commitment to a free and open indo pacific.
Can We Transform Criminals With Love? With Ex Convict Daniel Collins
"We lock people up in prison we eliminate crime. Now we die. We we take it out of the public. I put it in this private underworld right which sexual assault still happen. Which murders still happen in which drug abuse still happens. I mean everything's still goes on because our whole mindset is meant to be punitive and nothing about rehabilitating right then. We wonder why he wanted people to get better. You wouldn't throw them in a cage and the idea is that it's justified behind the criminals. But you're not taking society into account you gotta detach emotionalism from this. You gotta use some objective reason and look at it from a point of view that if you really want society to heal even the most harder we should never lower our human rights as a society are principles that we are guided by to meet those of our most sickened or hardened criminals. And that's what we do. We matched them at their level instead of trying to bring them up to the level of society and they need is love. And that's something. They probably have never got abs number and then issues. You're searching to fill a void and if the only thing that can make your energy flow through your body is to commit a crime or do something violent. Because that's how oppressed you were as a child is a baby could express yourself as a teenager growing up then. Of course you're going to resort. It's like it's almost scientific. The the human mind will resort to those types of things. If you are repressing any side of yourself. As in that's the thing i've had to d program myself in unlearn everything that i've ever learned about life about relationships with people you know like i said with faith with masculinity with Drug addiction and all the underlying issues. And i've done it without therapy. I've gone through trial and error bumping my hand against one million times and i still have issues with it. You know what i mean. I inner demons all the time. And i'm thankful that i've got some people that are helping out with it but this is the other thing you get out of prison. They don't offer this kind of access in prison in if they do. The label of being a psychological are being a site inmate in prison is not good you get thrown into camps so you could be like somebody who may be suffering from a high functioning person suffering depression or something. Yeah you need some but you will get thrown in the same box with the saint with the people that are way far. Going in the you know the level. It's a one size cookie cutter approach to mental health in
Afghan Allies Are Worried About Being Left Behind As Americans Evacuate
"Less than a week away from the deadline to get every last american out of afghanistan along with every deserving afghan on an outbound aircraft as they were told to expect months ago the taliban all the cards now the administration and many americans have so many questions they want asked. And as you'll see in here tonight our chief foreign correspondent. Richard engel asked the taliban directly in tonight's report from kabul. The taliban is stressing. It's time for the us senate allies to pack up and get out transport planes and civilian aircraft from around. The world are evacuating vulnerable afghans. But there's a huge bottleneck at transit hubs at the us base in doha cutter thousands or crowded in holding areas temperatures. Well over one hundred degrees ever in kabul. The taliban are helping speed up the evacuations today keeping crowds away from the airport handling food and water but many afghans field. They're being abandoned especially women and girls who are oppressed when the taliban ruled twenty years ago now the taliban promised to be different but have they changed or are they just playing nice until the americans leave tonight. I met zabihullah. Mujahid taliban spokesman. The united states is evacuating and it is taking out americans who worked with us forces but not everyone is going to be able to make it out. Will you let those people leave in the future. Can you guarantee their safety no autism. We don't want our countrymen to go to america whatever they have done in the past. We have given amnesty. We need young educated professionals for our nation. But what if they want to leave. It's their choice. What would you say to women. Afghan women who are terrified. They our sisters. We must show them. Respect should not be frightened on. The taliban are humans and from this country they have fought for their country. Women's should be proud of us not scared.
John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.
"Back to the analysis of what's happening in kabul in afghanistan. Returning to this this incredible Press conference today from the pentagon. This is john kirby who's asked a question about the tara threat to america as linked to the refugees stream from afghanistan and his response is stunning cup. Ten play cuts and just one more. How many individuals on cara watch lists have been screened or found at any of the screening points. Either in cutter ramstein or in the us. I don't know we'll have to take that question and get back to you know just terrorists. I'll circle back.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"It was door knocking or social media or earned media or phone calls or videos you have to figure out how people want to be communicated where an adjuster strategy so not a not a black and white situation. You know you're totally right. I'm a nerd. Built my first computer with assad during iron. I'm that old. But i always say a great sign of a bad campaign as at ninety percent of the talk is about the plumbing. Not the water. Because messages everything in their million coal ways to distribute it and some are more efficient and others stuff you can optimize but if a campaign is meeting all day about. Hey there's a new kind of digital sign that will read a license plate and target the car but the contents no good. It doesn't matter. I mean i remember asks weird some panel after two thousand eight and i said then and i believe now and i don't think you disagreed with me. You can now through believe so that barack obama would have won in two thousand eight without the internet because the message was superior and people found they get now the internet health. It was a huge amplifier. You guys did amazing things with it but we overestimate the tactical trickery as important as it is and forget about the core stuff probably. We needed the money that the internet produced for us in that campaign. It was it you know. It was a valuable thing at particularly at the beginning of it. It fed on itself and it became you know hugely important. But yeah the you're absolutely right. Message is is the key. An and jason understand You don't decide who to talk to Based on social media. Social media's tool that you use to talk to people there's data that's valuable valuable but there are other means of understanding who it is that you're trying to reach and should be reaching and what messages Resonate with them. So ty lets see for mike murphy. Do you think the gop can become the party of wisdom in the future instead of the party of reacting looking backwards. I hear a lot of comments. Even on the podcast. Wow about communism and unions and snowflakes. I don't know who he's talking about. But i rarely hear about a building a better future are you are hope and optimism principals only found on the left these days or do you see a way for the right to turn things around great question. You snowflake i actually don't throw the snowflake thing around maybe not enough. It's true i. I'm an old soviet area studies guy. I actually was in russia. Pre gorbachev i was there today. They announced andropov is the new leader in so. I can't resist peppering. The stuff with old comedy analogies as i like to say when the red star fits where it comrade axelrod. But i do that mostly for levity. You are right in your assertion. Dear correspondent that optimism winds campaigns most of the time you can run a grievance campaign has been very successful when you have a grievance country when people say things are very much on the wrong track and we've had a lot of that bernie was a grievance candidate of one flavor trump of course was the master cancerous grievous candidate but i hope the republican party does move back to a message of opportunity and growth and breaking down barriers. So people can succeed in the american dream no matter where they're from. I think that is our best winning hand. That is our best policy. And that's where we've got to get. It's going to be a battle. In the short term to get there. Because both parties have found the grievance weapon can work and it becomes self reinforcing in the electorate. But ultimately i prefer and why i'm so guarantee anti-trump and anti-populist knucklehead henry i prefer the reaganite message the jeb bush message of opportunity for everybody and optimism about america. So yeah that's the recipe. We gotta get back to it if we want to become a national governing party again. all right. Our final mega question from tyler for brother axelrod tyler writes. I'm a twenty something congressional staffer who works in the field for a moderate republican member but my ideological home is always been within the democratic party. Give me one sec tyler. We need to look into this and the internal charity. Yeah exactly trader in our midst tyler. Your fight for that moderate member. We need say about people three members you might be talking about but anyway go ahead. Yeah no exactly. We've just probably probably tyler if i were you. Change your name and go into hiding. But there's a question so he works for itchy. Really named tyler. Yeah actually ted cruz crafty. So anyway tyler's ideological home has always been. He writes within the democratic party. I hope to marry my political experience to campaigning for candidates that are more ideologically in line with my principles in other words abandoned the gop. What is the best way for me to go about. Pursuing campaigner political work on the democratic side of this midterm elections. I would say step one. Stop working for republican guys. How do you crack democratic world. Yeah it's an interesting. That is an interesting journey to make. But the truth of the matter is that there are a lot of Centre-left moderate Democratic members of the house remember two thousand eighteen. The the vast majority of those members came from swing districts And our Are are you know. More moderate in their approach a lot of them in suburban areas And they're going. Have you know there's going to be A lotta contests In these places this year. I mean the suburbs will continue to be a battleground where republicans will try and claw back and democrats will try and hold onto it They have and you know. I would just look at the roster of those races and And inquire of them how you might get involved. D triple c probably could help you put. They will ask you exactly. They're going to ask you about your journey. Tyler and You know what. But here's what i feel if a kid is working for republican member decides. That is not where he wants to be. I think that should be encouraged. I think that should be embraced. I think it's okay to have your first job. And then evolved the file your heart. The other thing. I'd tell you tyler is the smart dem's operatives will understand that somebody who has field experience with republican voters. Suburban can speak center. Republican is a useful tool for the democrats speaking. Aoc twenty four. Seven does not grow their pie. So you have some skills. I would end republican career before you try to start your democratic. Don't be too clever by half but follow your heart and stay in politics. Exactly cutter agrees do already so send your resume to both of them. Leave me alone traitor. I kid tyler. I'm staying in for. The fight is hopeless as becomes and stephanie. Let's wrap up by thanking you for improving hex on tap as you always do by guesting with us. Thank you for having me always coming on this and keep the campaign gone where we're all fauria. Hollywood we're we're going to organize. David knows a few people in chicago. Who specialize in finding votes overnight in the hundred so send a merola hundreds of balto. Multiply your support. Not we gotta get rum in on. This already talked to you next time. All right brother.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"With that it was a fascinating race because one it is a big electorate is probably the biggest single in size you know. Democratic primary progressively inning electorate in the country and it was a rejection of that stuff. Now i think our local factors the crime rate. I think is part of it Kind of revulsion. A bill de blasios failures was part of in and under old school. Politics adams had a great base. He was a borough president. Yep good story. He was african american. That's why i was always short. Yang one a few beds on that because the voters of color moved late in these primaries particularly in new york. And we've kind of seen this happen before but it's pretty impressive and i think democrats i. I was on television on nbc with a nice progressive who was pounding. Now as a matter of we didn't energize. You know the magic. No you gotta you gotta wake up and smell the coffee here The cop thing is not the easy winner that i think some people in progressive politics fought. I mean miley had despite her bring campaign under the leadership of precision strategies else yet. Afc's endorsement right in the middle of aoc land. Now i think endorsements were always massively overrated but still it was a pretty good litmus test of that sorta messaging in a modern urban large democratic electorate Verses a little more traditional back to the tom bradley days first. African american mayor of la Also an ex policeman and you know people people like a mare who stands for some stability order incompetence and i think the pieces off fit together form and he had a very diverse coalition for him or middle class voters latinos. He became the outer jackley and any dominated african american voters despite multiple black candidates. Wish make a few points though. Here one is you. You say the crime issue animated this race. Crime is up a thirty percent in big cities across the country so this has national implications donald trump And i know we. We don't like to speak his name. That often here but he was out over the weekend. And you know in between his bleeding is about the you know the martians. Coming in and changing votes in In in montana He's now backed up by the pentagon on that martian. I'm going to reread his comments. But he You know he made a big law and order pitch and i think you're going to hear a republicans doing that. What adams's saying is we've got a better answer. You know which is a balanced approach to this yes support Safety support Policing but also support civil rights and You know he may have hit. He may have hit the sweet which sweet sweet spot. We'll see what was just real quickly. Just don't underestimate that biography. You know everybody is a liberal till they get mugged and once you're a mugged white liberal voting for an african american cop with real. Experience is kind of your dream outcome. 'cause you can make a statement about diversity and he can also make sure that there's going to be a squad car going down your street once a while so he was it. All kind of work for my thought but that cop thing was huge. This is by the way how your democratic parents from detroit explain what happened to you so no no. I was never mugged. My father went on the record. The detroit news. Saying i fill out of the stroller sue. The price he paid was me becoming a report. Speaking of republicans. Mike pence was out this week or last week at the reagan library and i thought his remarks were really Interesting strategically let's listen to that and kick this around truth is there's almost no idea more un-american than the notion that any one person could choose the american president. The presidency belongs to the american people and the american people alone. If the clip ran. You'd hear he got applause at the reagan library for that but he also has had some conservative forums recently murphy where he got booed and called a traitor He's obviously he's. He's made his bed. He's going to sleep in it. He knows that there's no crossing the rubicon back. He praised trump I should should. I say he at this event but he but he. He drew the line on on this issue of the election in january. Six stuff what has his level He pulls well because his name is known He's closely evangelical z- Is is pence is pence viable as pence is pence. What is pence's standing relative to twenty twenty four while he has enough to be in the hunt and they are out doing things. I am reporting in from the accent tap. Underground bunker in new hampshire and a pence definitely is trying to set up to run. I think he thinks his is Coalition would be traditional conservatives and evangelicals. So he doesn't wanna give up any moral high ground. He knows he'll be off under that attack. So he's trying to build his perch. I think he's also doing what a lot of candidates want to do after an experience like this which is kind of himself and his clear he was uneasy. You know his activity and he's paid a political price for shows at so. I think you're gonna see authentic mike pence now. I think it's going to be a hard run for him because he's kind of french. Vanilla ice cream is not over knocked. And he's not beyond trump because he was in the middle of it all and he's not pure trump. You know you've got others out there. I mean we viewed as visha franchise cream by some of the republican. His definition is for you there. Oh my god hang on for minute. Where we all a moment of silence for the death of the american pun. But but let. Let's listen to nikki. Haley the most cynical person in republican politics who was out on the stump in iowa to get kind of a little pre-primary taste of what they're doing so pence is doing conservative. Good soldier honest man wouldn't go there on the sixth. Now let's listen to what haley who's been on both sides of the trump thing and saint out in iowa. Her speech centered on three big challenges. He says america faces right now stopping what she calls a rise in socialism saving quote american culture and stopping the us from becoming quote weaker when it comes for foreign relations. Joe biden has been a gift to every country that hates america and wants to hurt us. He's the polar opposite of donald trump. Yeah there you go. So she has gone from pro-trump to not sure about trump. now she's back to if only we had another trump vets pure iowa caucus Music there and that's that's hit she is trying to play not nuanced at all and shall have competition. There will be ten people saying that. Yes she actually had a forty eight hours or so where she condemned trump on the election stuff and then got rebuked and came back. She she's been Stephanie more Agile shall we say about trying to skate. This terrain Than anyone else remember. She was ardently anti trump when he ran for president and scrambled back and became as un ambassador. Managed to be one of the few people left the administration You know in his good graces and not under indictment or any other issue. She's one of the few cabinet members that.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"With lester holt and seeing how. Much controversy at caused a wouldn't wake wait a week or ten days to get down to the border. You know that precious going to continue to build you. Don't want to be forced into it. You need to go on your own terms and it does look like she was forced into it. They should have gotten down there. Right away. Reminds me of Remember when we're going. When the vice president biden came out for gay marriage on a sunday we move pretty quickly to for the president to come out for gay marriage Because we knew it was a matter of time and we need to get to their first. We also learned negative lesson in the spring of two thousand and ten. I think with the oil leak in the gulf frightened. We didn't get the president down there. Fast but murphy and we used to call a stuff like that like what happened down there with that leicester whole interview. We used to call that call cutter moment at the i. I don't know something is going on. There is the worst monster in politics. If you're in her position is the bad narrative monster and godzilla has awakened because starting with their campaign. There were some really good days and they're allowed to stumble bum. Days is very uneven. And it's the same pattern and once that starts to set in reversal got staff defections. Going on a bunch of people leaving her office. The washington casino of conventional wisdom is highly attuned to that kind of stuff and it starts to compound amplify which is why to stephanie's point is very important to be very adroit to spend the thing on a one day dime not so much to kill the story although that helps but also the show all these these bookies who were always making the odds of our unit competent fools not gonna not gonna last that. No no we're on top of this. They didn't do that. So it festers worse than all i can say is one magic word for people who doubt the power of a narrative setting in and get being hard to lose. That magic word is potato. Dan quayle one stupid spelling bee photo op and he was a moron for the rest of his political career. So i don't know who's in charge of ring the alarm bell that we don't have our bleep together inside her world but whoever that is should be hammering the red button how this wet concrete is going to set after year one and if that if that happens then for sure she's got a primary if she runs an open seat a biden dozen renfrew second term. There will be talk. If he does running his to energize somebody else. There will be the racial dimension the democratic party which is a very tough thing but i it is a first class train wreck. And we're you know we're starting to hear the loose bolts on the wheels. So they better get out the wrench and tighten them fast or it could be her to it could be unfixable which is always the worst thing we're saying. The thing about the potato thing with dan quayle is is a partisan attack. No no no not a partisan attack. This is not a parson. Tackett all the things that stick are the things that reinforce narrative like there was questions from the beginning about quayle. How smart was he should. He have been on the ticket and so on. And so that kind of thing reinforces a narrative and as you say that that narrative is the setting concrete. And she's got she's got a break it up and that's my point changed the narrative but she is a juggler who drops the ball. So that's what has to be fixed because there hasn't been a catastrophic one yet but we know she's more likely than not to drop the damn bowling pin when she's doing her act and that's got to be fixed. Yeah and i think you know one of the concerns that you hear privately not publicly. Is that that. Act may be the center ring. Come twenty twenty four and It was really. I must say. I don't think that they have done her. A great deal of favor By handing her her too big assignments were the you know the border and central america and assignment. By the way that vice president biden had in the obama administration and understands is very very hard and then The second one is this voting rights fight Which is also very hard and so you know she doesn't. They haven't handed her a big piece of economic stuff. Now that that's there. They gave her the toughest jobs which is not really a loving act. Yeah you want a car. We got a car out back. You can handle carburetor carburetor but you can drive it off the lot of few there. You go be a magician. All i know to kind of cap this as we move along is if this were a movie we would cut from talking heads talking about the problems to stacey abrams. Unrolling a map of new hampshire. Terry mcauliffe Who is likely to be reelected governor of virginia. I wouldn't be surprised if if if if biden decides not to run If there's a you know interest in him in quarter some course. He's got a nice car because he can say i'm the most biden like the replicate the old formula all white will. I'm i'm a white denim cards but that's how we won with biden. Let's not throw away a winning game plan there. you're right. it could be a wider. The weaker she gets the more people. Enroll that map in new hampshire. Okay.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Hundred percent. She knows exactly what she's doing now. Of course. I do think that she wants a pretty sizable reconciliation bill to come over from the senate but politically she. Is you know. Criticizing the white house laying down brent lines but nancy pelosi is a pragmatist in a realist and it she knows how to deliver her caucus so this is the beginning of what we're going to see over the you know this could be done in a matter of a month or six weeks Of her trying to move her caucus towards some sort of a compromise with the senate with senate democrats not just republicans that senate democrats about what to get through. Is it fair to say that. She probably has a more challenging progressive revolt. Just because when they're about ninety members and progressive caucus their chairman is out really hitting the hidden speakers on this And most of them are very safe seat. So they're not as politically astute as maybe some of the senators are so. She's got the heavier lift. I think internally to kind of tamp down the war hawks and You know again go to the fundamentals if you break it up into pieces. Biden gets a big win on by person infrastructure and then you can have world war three going into the election on the progressive stuff versus not and let the country decide. It's pretty clean way to do it. I i think in some ways and the republicans will attack on this to progressives are being a little chicken. why won't they fight for a clean shot at their agenda. What are they have to wrap it around infrastructure to make it more popular than it is. Which one of the one of the democratic members actually admitted the other day I think i think it was actually elizabeth. Warren said without the poplar infrastructure concrete stuff to wrap all the social things around. We may not get it through. Well you know. Let's let's have the fight. It's not bad it's a good old school fight you know we're back to normalcy and politics. That's the nub of the issue right there the fear that This ship will leave port. And the the the the larger boat Will never get out of the dock. And there's a lack of trust you know there's lack of trust between the progressives and mansion. I think that's why i mentioned went out this weekend. And said yeah. I'll vote for reconciliation. It may not be the one you you may not be as big as bernie wants but i will vote for reconciliation bill and at some point. You know everybody's going to have to get in a room and and have the discussion Face to face and And figure this thing out but But the and the other thing that's going to happen and i'm sure that this this was discussed Stephanie is that the presence can have to color within the lines here in his comments on this and keep the stuff In the thought box above his head. That fat belongs there. Yelling you guys about that. What is the working theory. And the democrat elite world of y biden. Who's been pretty good. Went back to like early debate but bad biden and basically tripped over shoelaces during a high stakes moment. I i was a little surprised. Well look i don't think biden first of all you know Finest biden right. He's an exuberant guy. He's always there. You knew this is. This is priced into the stock. Right there are going to be those moments. He has been incredibly disciplined. I think in the exuberance of the moment he he got this deal. It was very very good Negotiating on the part of his team and the members of senate who got it done he understood the next obstacle was to get the progressives on board and he he his instinct was to send a signal to them. That i'm not gonna leave you behind. he just overshot the runway. A lot i.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Who are anxious about how you pay for something like a six trillion dollar reconciliation package and Mark warner Coons senator carper. They're all gonna have real questions about how you pay for something like this so it's not just mentioned in cinema. They've got a lot of work to do to bring the entire caucus along and don't underestimate the republican windmills ability with a lot of republican house very happy to try to change the subject away from trump and space lasers To explain to the country that six trillion dollars is one and a half times the cost of the second world war. It's not a small thing and that is very comfortable republican territory to say you know what we had a brilliant trillion dollar plan to bridges in for your kids water everything care about but bernie sanders and afc in the squatter so liberal. They wanna bankrupt the country. Instead and joe biden folded like a chair that we go on full old school offense a thing which every republican is todd starting in third grade. And that's going to turn up the pressure. Which is why i think there's a high stakes gamble here for biden. But i think if he plays chicken with the left in the end. I don't think they're going to deny that. Bipartisan bill because if such a huge political victory to the ours if if it blows up i'm stephanie. I'm thinking of the thing you know we were together during the affordable care act Fight and i'm thinking about nancy pelosi and that back in two thousand and ten you know we lost that seat up massachusetts. You painfully remember Didn't have sixty votes to change the bill that the senate had passed the house had passed the senate bill. They hated the senate bill. We were twenty votes short. And you know. I watch pelosi now. She's sort of flaying the white house a little. She's poking the white house and it reminds me of how smart she is Because her members need to see her doing as she tries to bring them over to the to the deal that they're going to have to support nobody is better at this than pelosi and that may be One of the best things. That biden has going for him here in terms of trying to make this thing cohere one.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Leverage. Yeah i mean reality bites and the reality here is that mansion in cinema are not going to be at least right now for a six trillion dollar human infrastructure bill. It's going to take some time to figure out what exactly they will be. Four mansion opened the door to it over the weekend on a sunday show And said that if we can't get something done he'd be open to reconciliation but he's not going to be for a multi trillion dollar bill. They're going to have to work on it so that is a that door. That swung open should be taken seriously because they're not going to get it done otherwise. Yeah well swung. Open is a little bit of overstatement. He opened it to about two trillion dollars length. It an open all the way. Yeah and that's the point. I mean the point is that The you can't get this infrastructure bill without progressives and progressives can't get their reconciliation bill without mansion and this been the flaw all along when people say well screw the republicans. Let's do it ourselves it. I've said this before here. We talked about this last week. When murphy wasn't he murphy. Was i think doing his vegas nightclub act. Last weekend wasn't here but he week try to deal but anyway You know that this is the reality that they need each other and there is. There aren't fifty votes without mansion and cinema. And so yeah reality bites. The question is are are are progresses feeling it and can they land the ship here yet and it's not just mantis cinema. We should say there's a lot of moderate summer democratic.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Said house mitch. Mcconnell ever going to be for something like this. If joe biden is putting down ultimatum that he's only going to move infrastructure if you can get the other larger bill done but when i heard biden say that You know i did say holy shit and the speed at which they moved to try to fix it Told me that that was not a plant talking point. Oh no no no no. In fact on your mcconnell point we got a little snippet of mcconnell who on the floor of the senate literally within minutes of biden saying what he said but laugh at optimism. Short lived less than two hours after publicly. Commending our colleagues. Actually in the bipartisan agreement. The president took the extraordinary of threatening to veto it. It was a tale of two press. Conferences endorsed the agreement in one breath and threatened to veto. It and mcconnell hasn't even endorsed this bill himself and yet he's He's already a crying crocodile. tears about the about this misbegotten scheme and sawn. Well yeah but but biden gave him an easy show no question he dunked the ball you know. I mean he'd have to be a black granite not to figure that out but go ahead. What was your no. But i mean it's my point is i think mitch mcconnell would be. He'd be happy if the thing Went down destroyed by where he could pick. He could portrayed as being destroyed by the left because in a sense yes everybody wants the infrastructure but if biden gets this dunk this up. Big thing for biden right. I mean he campaigned on the idea that he could work with republicans And this would be evidence of that. That doesn't help. Mcconnell whose fundamental goal is to elect republicans defeat democrats. Yeah i i think mitch is looking at a fork in the road and smiling you know i can. I can hear him almost hitting the intercom button. Jasper bringing martini. Because things are looking pretty good. This is a you know. A dem's of set him up on one hand they can go ahead and they don't have the republican vote shit. There's some controversy in the republican party about this because some republicans say. Look a big bipartisan infrastructure. Deal i mean just talking about the politics of it is really good for a president of any flavor so this is good for biden. Good for biden is bad for us. So why are we for this thing again and then people say well we gotta show the world we can do. The country needs infrastructure and all. These paul's live a life. Where the phone's ringing with the local people the polls in their state all wanted of either party most places so one path for mcconnell where he thinks he wins is yep biden. Gets a win here. But my guys can cut ribbons. We have something to say we got done and we can go back to total warfare on the big social spending which is our natural thing and we think we can win that fight. Let's have it. The other route forum is the democrats and their fight between their trotskyites their mental a big blow up a powerful infrastructure. Bill a crown of bipartisan. Ship that i mitch. Mcconnell of work so hard for and they get to wash the senate and crocodile tears and politically. That works pretty well too so either way. Mcconnell can see a win here. I think some members of his caucus most hardcore politicos are like no blow the whole thing up others really want to be able to go out and say you know they've done something. I mean this thing. This infrastructure bill reminds me of the old joke of. I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out because they wanna fight over the big social stuff. The democrat left and centre with some concerns wants wants. The programs biden. Wants them the republican who oppose him. It's a classic liberal conservative brawls. Very normal but there's i think enough of them with some republicans to agree on classic infrastructure. Bill so that's where we were. But now mckenna's more than happy to reinforce any biden errors and i think as We're talking about the the bind guys balanced off as quick as they can think shed zell you know set a land speed record running to the capitol and did a pretty good job of firefighting but now the progressives are threatening and mcconnell's is gonna cackle and buy popcorn yes stephanie. You know I said when this whole thing started that ultimately because people are saying well can he strike a deal with republicans The big negotiations between democrats right. And that's just beginning right now and you can see That you know. The progresses are watching a mansion and cinema. And they're saying well wait a second week at decisive votes here too. We can be the goes. Why do they get all the.
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Law. We should point out to make like of well one is Stephanie which should give her the credit. She's do she was the brilliant architect of the Democratic convention to the thing from from start to finish and just just did a wonderful job with us. You also the communications director for John Kerry in two thousand and four, and so this issue of the military vote you know John Kerry was a decorated war hero and they went right at that and that was a major sort of a focus of of that campaign. So you've had some experience with this. And those communications amongst veterans or active service, you don't see that. you know people like us don't see those conversations until it's too late if they're going against your guy or girl. So I'm pretty confident. Those conversations are being had right now and like we said earlier you know it would be a so leave -able it wasn't so believable. With this guy. So it's hard to see anybody out there other than you know his immediate staff around him really defending him. So it's label. There's an opportunity now for Biden to keep up with the supply lies and fill the zone was some veteran messaging about data issues like the be a where there's no reason why he can't go on the Offense on trump and reassure people Because Joe has the advantage of a you know the perception of being lunch paled school Democrat, which is an advantage with that vote, which does tend to be more culturally conservative than worried about some elements of the party. So you know Biden has a hole in the lines now in the unexploited, like any good brain would. well, and he has any as the resources, which is probably a star Dad. So he has the credit totally got much more of a military connection than trump. You know the only thing trump overland was studio fifty four. So I I would expect this to the Max. Let's talk about what is orange hair a dark soul and eight hundred, million missing dollars the President United States you know and I I have to take one insufferable make A. Very, quick happy lap here because when Brad par scale, the Ferrari collector who was running the trump campaign was blowing endless money on paid digital. Early in the year those of us who've been around Republican politics knew it was the Republican obsession with small dollar donors in fundraising spent but there was a huge panic in the Democratic Party about Oh. My God, they've got a brilliant digital plan. This is all going to lock in the reelection. Oh my God some. Bad, wedding as the saying goes and you know campaigns bed wetter smart data is a staple of campaign. Yeah. Exactly. Like the joke that under trump were the stupid party in the dumpster the neurotic but some of the timer saying, no, no no, you can't believe they're just blowing it all on fundraising prospecting. That's what they do. This guy's just out of control and now appears in a great New York Times Story. That's must read for political junkies they blew eight hundred million bucks on dump TV and massive donor prospecting before the convention and now the trump campaign the former titan of fundraising has cash flow problems. And is being beat on the air in the swing states by Biden by four to one and spending and television it's incredible which is why when you say that he ought to that by not a capitalize on this he has the resources to it, which which is something that no one anticipated remember earlier in the year the one of the great criticisms of the Biden campaign was that their fundraising particularly their digital fundraising was anemic they raised three hundred, fifty, million dollars in August at just blew the doors off of of all records but Stephanie the thing that interests interested me as about that piece was par. Quotes I don't know if you saw the Times piece but boy, I mean if he if he could have drawn a map at night right to right to jared. APPRO- whatever and right there in the paper I mean he basically said he was the guy in charge. This is not this is not a good sign for campaigns on labor. Day. When you know they're in a circular firing. His words were no decisions were ever made without the blessing of the family or the family without families of agreement and the family, and this can't showed several times as Jarrett. So I'd love to be a fly on the wall. In the White House this morning a hallmark. God. Yeah. You can last night the F. mcmuffin bouncing off the White House walls as president screams the. Bad family. Business Opera here you know one of the there's so much good stuff in this article, but they actually got the woman who you could hear without amplification a blanket Kimberly guilfoil former first lady of San. Francisco. Under a democratic mayor now governor I might add but anyway, they have her and another trump daughter-in-law on the payroll of the media. Byron because I'm sure experts and say graphic target. You know. Transparency all hidden all Paola. It's like one of his bad real estate deals. I mean, Casino Accountants would look at this and be offended plus they're paying Tanzi ten. Hours legal defense because they are raping aren see and they are defrauding Republican donors, it is unbelievable. And he's making money and they're not says, yes gripped through all of this trump properties and putting his family on the payroll. So yes, that is his special genius isn't it monetize ing everything I guess this is not just so greedy, not a huge surprise that he's going to get what he can get out of this. But yeah, you wonder how those Republican donors are feeling this morning over there. Coffee is a revamp the automobile like fools. The other thing is I had a friend who was one of the Best Republican direct response guys for twenty years and he used to say you know whenever you're a little too cynical or you you walk around the building and see wasted money go. Down to the caging operation. This was when we didn't get a lot of credit card but actual paper checks and read what direct mail people call the White Male, which are the little notes people sent with the fifteen dollars about how they skip their medicine this week as they know, the party needed the money for the emergency appeal, and so these grafters they ought to be ashamed because it is that there are people who give money trump because they believe in the Republican cause and they believe the direct mail and the digital material they get saying it's urgent and just..
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"PM on HBO, and then it'll be streaming on HBO Max. Poll chair tax on tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy. It's a disgrace who would say a thing like that. Only an animal would say a thing like that. There's nobody that has more respect for. Not only our military but for people that gave their lives in the military, there's nobody and I think John Kelly knows that I? Think he would know that I think he knows that from me well, maybe an animal with bone spurs. What do you think acts? Yeah I agree I think everybody would agree with President only animal would say that the question is whether he would be said animal to help us answer this and other questions. We we have our old friend, the Brilliant Stephanie Cutter, My old colleague, aboard today Stephanie Good to good to see also have a little. Welcome. Welcome to the Hacker Ruan here boy a lot of talk about including the fact that the president apparently can't stand the US military and I think at least behind closed door they don't like him either that is clear and present said yesterday in this very weird and meandering and frantic kind of press conference that he had yesterday that the. That the rank and file in the military love him. But the brass doesn't because they are profiteering off of war and he's not pro war present at but actually the military times poll. Yeah. In August suggested that the rank and file is more for Biden than for for Trumpet Stephanie, my question is does this stuff really move anything? Does it? What does it do because it really seems like if trump denies he did there no matter what the evidence that he said? It is His supporters are going to be inclined to believe it or discount I. Think it's not really about his supporters I think it's about people who may have been his supporter in two thousand sixteen and now are on the fence or people who are looking for a rationale to vote for Biden is just one other arguments piled on many many other arguments about whether he is suited to be the president of the United States or in this case, the commander in chief. I think in the history of this country, we never had a story like that of a president disparaging the military or verbalizing that he doesn't understand what's in it for them and putting their lives on the line for this country. That's incredulous. To. Move. US and I think that the fact you know they can deny it. But I also think it doesn't surprise anybody that he said those things. Well, that's the point. That's the point. So before two, thousand and sixteen, we never had a presidential candidates say that a a hero like John. McCain. Who spent five and a half years in Hanoi prison being tortured was not a hero because he got captured but Murphy I guess my feeling look I'm as outraged about it as anybody it's it's it's appalling. But as a practical political man I can tell from your hysterical tone that you're famous work not I'm I I'm totally with you on. Quite, we all lived through the McCain thing which didn't really hurt trumpet. I think this one's a little bit different and so it's working out a lot of levels. All bad for trump level. One is this is a whopper even by trump standards and it's very credible even Fox News is verified it. So it's big to and this is a point David you've made before that I totally agree with two thirds of the country already admits polling they know trump doesn't tell the truth. So nobody believes his denials he oh, he doesn't have any real framework credibility to say, Oh, it's a stinking lie nobody's GonNa believe him and finally the whole strategies since trump is behind in trouble was to. Start changing the topic of the election from firing him to what's wrong. Right right. That that I believe in this gets in way because they wanted to start with a convention and ride it through the first debate and clobber Biden in the first debate on the twenty ninth and September on deep. So September was about Rick Lacking for trump but they've had a little luck and that the national topic as been rioting and disorder, but I think Biden's fought back pretty well but that's not his ground. Now, trump's clam this thing up for another week hurting himself getting in the way of any offense he might have had burning precious days. So I think it's really bad for trump and it may breakthrough. At one other point that if you think of who are the veterans across this country, you know he ran twenty. People. With a very strong message that he was GonNa have the backs of working Americans and particularly white working Americans and if you look at in Wisconsin Michigan Ohio. Pennsylvania new in a lot of veterans in those states who will be paying attention to this and think you know when I was serving if my president said something like that I would think twice about whether this person was fit to be commander in chief and I think that will way on people you know I think people are disgusted by this. I would think you right. But experience tells me that we are. We are in a such a tribal environment that I think the effect of. That will be limited I. Think the last point that Murphy made is is absolutely true though you know if you're playing defense, you're not on offense and this put him on defense for several days. It may for for for more days there may be spinoffs off the story plus you've got a you've got Michael Cohen's book coming out this week you have strokes, put Peter Strokes book coming out this week the F. B. I. Agent and Bob Woodward's book is coming out in the next few days each of which are going to create firestorms that he is going to have to respond to and those days that he cannot go on the offense. Against Joe Biden. So I don't know that this will change the structure of things. I'm not sure I I mean I you know you're right. Most of the you know you've got a preponderance of rural white whites among these veterans and among military families and that that is a core constituency for trump. If this is stories believed by them, they will maybe they'll be some effect of that. But the biggest effect is they are behind by seven points and they need to make up ground and it's hard to make up. When you're back. You know there's one thing though I'm GonNa Hallelujah Stephanie 'cause I I'm like you I've been suspicious of anything breaking through on trump could so little has but one even if it doesn't if it only takes two points off his core, he's.
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"And founder of Cutter Consulting Group, and also the author of the brand new book selling with authentic persuasion transforming from order-taker to quote a breaker here is your prospects are afraid heck everyone is afraid of something heights, sharks, public speaking clowns, something but your prospects, all have one fear in common in. It's the fear of change in the BBC space. The most dominant fear outside of that is the fear of making mistake or looking bad and they don't want to agree to buy your product or your service. And have it fail, and then that reflects poorly on them. So fundamentally, you got to remember the primitive part of our brains does not like change why well change equals death. Now, of course, it's not really that dramatic anymore, you pick a new Chinese restaurant to go to and most likely you won't die of embarrassment or bad choices but there's people who literally won't go outside their own comfort zone to venture to new restaurants travel to new places explore new cities. Their comfort zone is so strong. They stay in their bubble evolutionary picking a new berry could cause us to get sick and die. So it totally makes sense at that. Part in our brain at least five, ten thousand years ago. But not so much anymore. So always remember your prospects are afraid of change. Now, what can you do about it? I, understand that it's likely to be their largest fear that they have. You got. No that's you've got to go into the conversations into your approach knowing and remembering and keeping that top of mind that they are afraid of change second and I believe in brutal upfront honesty. So let's call it like it is. When not if you're prospect starts to wiggle and doubt moving forward with you bring up the fear discussion just be open and honest they're not. GonNa. Expect it most sales people who are either lack confidence or are GonNa try to use manipulation. They're not gonNA, call it like it is. So this will set you apart but say something like Hey John I totally understand that you WANNA do some research I've been doing this for a long time and in my experience, most people are worried about making a change and potentially making the wrong decision and looking bad it's why most people don't even try new restaurants and this of course is a much bigger decision that my goal is to help you feel comfortable with how our product will help you do acts and I want to make sure. That once we move forward you know it's the right decision. You don't have to worry about. So use some language like that. When they give you the I need to think about it I need to research, send me more information use something along those lines to call it what it is that most likely they're just afraid and there's nothing wrong with that. It just means you've got to help them feel safe, which leads me into the next part third make them feel safe safe is an acronym forced successful at fear elimination. Your goal is to help them feel as safe as possible in buying from you in the same way they. Are deciding to try to buy a brand new brand of paper towels right give them a lot of emotional assurances as well as a assurances guarantees money-back stuff how much you support them how much is involved on the back end once they become a customer and then of course, offer testimonials case studies social proof I don't always throw a lot of social proof at people. It's usually just when I can tell that they're scared or they're going down that path. So be careful because a lot of times. If you throw out a lot of those things, it makes you sound desperate and worried and that will actually trigger them to. Be More scared and be more fear if you offer too much of the guarantees and assurances because then it's like, wait a second why are you having to do this and give me so many assurances so crazy how much that can backfire on you and then fourth use the old feel felt found may most people are familiar with this but it works really well especially when dealing with fear and so you might say something like this Hey John I'm guessing that you might be feeling hesitant if this is the right decision worried about this being the best decision for you for your company and for your current situation based on what? You told me regarding goals we both know that this is the ideal situation for your company. I worked with the marketing manager last week who felt the same way and what they found was that when we went through some testimonials and case studies from our clients, they were excited and ready to move forward. This is a great conversation to use scripting to us so that you can then transition because they just told you to send more information you use something like this, and then you pull from them what information they want. Hopefully, you can continue the conversation without defaulting to kind of an email rush off that they're trying to give you..
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"Argument. You got them all wrong. He's not. He's just trying to. He's trying to people at home. Are People at home in the future? Listen to this their home thinking. What is you know we're talking about deer? So, he's just trying to clear that up. Yes, now I'm just. Totally. Understand your point that you're saying I I have studied a variety of different species I have studied product from around the world and muscle responds the same way that some of the timelines are different, and so for example poultry, for example a chicken, it will go into rigor mortis in an hour and a half. Of A. Beef animal might take eight or ten hours before it's fully into rigor Mortis, if you take a goat or sheep therein therein four to six hours, that's about that's about what I'd anticipate for deer as well so the the biology of muscle, contraction and Rigor Mortis, and all that that's fixed. It's it's going to happen in all all of the different species that we're talking about now. We have to think about most of the time when you think about that. Beef steer for example that animals neutered, and so it doesn't have. The access to all of those hormones that. An intact male would have and so the sensitivity to hormone fluctuations might vary a little bit from species to species of and depending on what sex or gender you're dealing with, but at the end of the day the biology says. All mussels go through the same sequence the same kind of process. What I've tried to describe. Can you. Explain a term I hear now and then. I thought it was a red cutter but Spencer. Convinced me otherwise the does not actually thing and he was saying. Do you mean dark cutter? Like what is the dark cutter? So when we talked about that drop in Ph that happens normally when rigor occurs. That gives us the national collar that we're used to sing inside the muscle. If the PH stays high than the me is very dark in color, and so in beef cattle, they call it a dark outer. Have you ever heard rain cutter? I've never heard read. Until.
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"You met the woman who saved him and met my mother. He met my mother. She had been radio on January Jack Davey and During the war when they all left whole Raider unit left at two GB. She took a job as radio announcer in camera and then she was offered a very big job as a publicity us and for Colgate palmolive which was an enormous radio presence and my father had to go and meet. Gory van bought and all about his life so she could publicize him and then I think eight months later the publicity was all about them when the headline engaged and they stood in Hyde together job to that they married had he been open with her out. He's shall we say colorful past? Yes he had he had. Apparently he put the tram in shaky with And charged all the way out to cruise. He told her about his cost and it took that long before they arrived at that as a nation family had she said yes. I will marry you. And and she changed his bad luck curse side about that long line of Lavas in and wives. Who'd preceded her did it all the her. I found out about this long line of dogging. Don't worry about being the I. Just make sure you're on the left which he was. What was it about your mother? Do you think that that allowed your father to commit to that relationship? Or put down roots here in on the other side of the world. From where he he'd been raised in made his career. My father had fallen in love deeply while he was in the in. The heat loved the stray and character and then he loves Sydney and then he loved my mother and I think recognizing her the same date need that he had because my mother's Taua had deserted her when she was a baby she only saw. She never told him when she was growing up. Even though he didn't in Sydney said is on hand and my father. My father's mother and father deserted so I think they both had this need for security and the security of a picket fence. I don't think they wanted any of the glamorous well the tool. He's live really changed. You've said dull enough to marry. No mom and settling down and having new and then some years later. You'll you'll sister Geraldine. Was there a moment wayne? He turned his back on his career as a singer or as a performer. Or was it something that happened progressively? I think the family always came a but he continued to politics career injuries fifties and he would sing Jim Gussie and his orchestra and he would sing at clubs and She'd say on TV a couple of times but and he's fifties a he worked Nikki. They wanted younger faces.
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"This conversation with Sarah can ski on. Abc Right Yeah. Him All conversations any time on the ABC Lisa got ABC dot net dot EU slash conversations. Dulling you would describing how your father was arrested one night while performing at a concert in La he was implicated in a scandalous Hollywood divorce between his love Lover Ruby and her husband the producer. Lloyd Bacon what happened next than countersuits candidate. Bacon and not that was sort of the beginning of of headline news across America tradition nasty and messy marriage and then another messy to go. Tell me about the the coverage. Do you remember any of the headlines that would have been reported then yes it made the front page. There was a photograph of Lloyd Bacon and Ruby. Resplendent on they yours and above it was a with my father and the headline read. Creena arrested in film a love case so that that was the beginning of what on what happened with the charges against him. Well because Ruby Reeves divorce settlement again made headlines across America. It's quite outrageous. She wanted much money for her servants. And how border she had identified three hundred fifty. Pez shoes in a closet. And she said to the judge about the kind of. I don't just wear them and web reasonable and this is America in the depression too isn't it or just emerging out of the Great Depression. I can't imagine the judge was too sympathetic to that argument. Neither that's why scandalous. You know she had something like two hundred fifty dollars which was a lot. I mean a lot of money for medic and then was money to serve anyway to resolve that divorced She asked my father to drop his case against Bacon which was very strong and he would have received quite a few months after the charges against him he was singing in what must have been a big at the. Eighth Academy Awards ceremony. Way was that held. What was the the building like Adobo? App Food Extraordinaire I. I've never seen a causal as as my never sent any in any my mobile which stars with watching at the time I was caught. Gabe on Katherine Hepburn. I think that day might have been that You know it seems extraordinary to us but you know the Oscars for a new contract. Really and Hollywood was a small town at that point in time. Who else was in the audience? They're watching your father alongside Davidson Clark Gable and Katherine Hepburn. Unfortunately like Bacon. He Lloyd. Bacon didn't get an award that you wouldn't have been terribly happy to my father when he caught a glimpse of him sitting just a few yards away from my he ran the micro didn't miss a piece but He said they look very uncomfortable. And I'm sure he didn't relish the fact that he was sitting in the man that most people in the room would have taken his life way. It was a pretty macy. Stott to your father and Ruby's relationship but did they go ahead and get married. They didn't break my Kussin would well. They went ahead before the divorce was complete and that begin me while they would be they were big say got married in Mexico and I'm sure they knew what they were doing. Nothing came up. Good good They remarried six months later. Or whatever I I have no idea really I think just like getting married with this alimony payments from her. Hollywood husband had access to money. I suppose your dad hadn't really been exposed. To what kind of lifestyle did he laid when he was living with? Ruby he had all of that sort of Hollywood glamour and have money and he also had this thing. That was coming to him. He was absolutely at his prime his gorgeous to look at and Everybody wanted to hear thing and I think it must've gone to his head. The glamour and a lot of alcohol. He started gambling and all of the things that he didn't ever wanted to pursue Honolulu he turned to its and and I think must undermine their relationship that that marriage then the drinking. I think he had a car crash with RUBY IN THE CAR. And you know she had a break in color and he was out seen talking all the time and she's sitting at home with had broken. Corbin I can just see rigby so enough's enough and she went back to La and then Being really went off and married someone tells Harry to my father and then back on the front pages again because my father confronts her on her new husband in a hotel. Foyer and fisticuffs a happen. And then he and reducing husband taken off to the police station again and headlines again so it was. It was clearly Tom. Few Dad to get out of town for a bit. What did decide to do to to try and make a clean break. He had some wonderful musicians friendship and he would still be singing. Jay whidden was the man who really stop by him but he couldn't get the jobs that he used to have in. The fame was swindling and he was sitting in and his manager's Office one day and head the truth spoken he. He's manager said Bob. You can't get arrested in this time with all the bad publicity. Dad had the bright idea of changing his name. And I imagine I imagine you the Window Brooks Brothers Clothing Store. Because he said that's why he got the name and name. Who did he become Cada? He became broke so he went from busters child to Robert to Bob and and then he became learnt when he gets through stray. He like Oh good Australian and get show Laurie. It's quite a listening in reinvention. Why Strategy and with this new Monica of Lawrence soon to be Lorie Brooks long well. Jay whidden was very well bandleader and there was the world tour that was scheduled and stray was number. One Stop and then there are planning on going onto London and then to New York when my father had always wanted to end up and find a singing career that but when he got to stay why what what happened when when he first arrived. Well he's hanging shively and he had a lot of Travel he's saying in New Zealand and Sydney and and then he became seriously ill with earning months to live if he didn't have an operation and while he was in hospital. The band was still touring but the Entrepreneur. Who bought them out a sculptured with all of their wages. So my thought that stranded in Australia but Jim Davidson. Who was the most famous conductor in strayer played the ABC? He immediately gave my father job when he recovered from his own. That's show my father thinking that he would still finding way to kneel began singing with Jen Davidson Leverage. And then of course the war broke out. How did he spent the war years while the war broke out and Jim Davidson and my father on one other musician from the band with us to walk through the gates in Paddington at the barracks in Gun Register for a unit called the entertainment unit. And they were the number one concert party as they were dubbed and a lot of money down with strand behind gend it grew and grew and grew and many concert potties than Woj concede that they were the original high professional people who went over to the Middle East on played that followed the troops to element to the first time and then they would call about Stralia to go up to New Guinea sorts of full years. My father entertained troops saying to about nine hundred thousand so to embiid amid calming Vanda. And and you know they lost spend as the the troop they they set up stages anywhere sometimes really big stage so He talks and he peel potatoes and he lost friends who was killed in the sky mission. There Sharon's would be interrupted by Japanese bombers and strangely enough. He never really told me about it but that was a really interesting part of my lease such after the war. He returned to Sydney Australia and went back to working in entertainment and radio. Who did he meet? While he was working in radio.
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"It. It wasn't even a stage of America at that time it was considered to rival on the Riviera And beautiful uncluttered. Hr NEEDED TO GORGEOUS. Hotel sitting on and Just go out. And all that amazing tropical platform Frangipani and Jasmine. I must have just been a feast for the senses. Yes I remember my father telling me that How much she loved Fan and I and he said whenever he went out and lanes. You never took an umbrella because you said you'd be dry by the time you arrived. How did he I break into music? Then he'd gone over there to work in the family paint business. How did he get into music in hall? The well my lovely Auntie best to more or less raised. Jianlin sister disappeared and She was living in a timely. She was quite a lady and she had a musical Suarez House and A man who ran the radio station had my father saying Gave him the opportunity? T- to light and feature in a radio program so that would arrive at the radio station. And he's great big painting truck and his Paint splattered jeans and Rice into the studio and do the show and right show and do you for the name of the of that radio. Show CREAM FREEZE. Us Rise and they were selling ice cream. He was called the initiative. Elvis there was. There was an article in the newspaper. Had been faith or dead in the middle of those mis developed and they had cut ice cream kind of bodies so we were doing at votes. -Ment Radio shows and busy singing in clubs as well. He went from success to success. And when Harry quick climb to start and really he's saying also sorts venues in churches and colleges and the cat a serious serious things but He he got a job at the Royal Hawaiian and when Harry and the sewage. A wonderful musician came to Hawaii. He was the lead singer with Harry. You wire and they cut two records and popularized that whole Hawaiian Steel Guitar Music Into Popular American Music Harry Student Aid that Hawaiian sound of the forties and fifties. Yeah he did. And my father found Travel to became very famous as steel guitarist. He found or local musicians for Harry and promoted that Hawaiian Sound. And how to you? They really started to become popular in America and made food fortune through his music. But instead of dad counting the requisite was been close by that point. Well couldn't be your dad. I guess it's okay that it was being so he's career is really starting to go. Great guns there in Honolulu. What happened with with he and Catherine did she come over and were they reunited in Honolulu Lot planned. She did very glamorous. Write about the newspaper shaded dad meeting her the dog with laze around the neck and he had rang and it was very romantic for for a while. They didn't last so they did have a child together before they separated your half sister. Did you know about her growing up? I did my. She doesn't remember that for for a while. But but I did and my mother Irish remind my mother reminding my father about Nikki and had send a gift and then mater as I grew. He was always writing alleges to making and Their correspondence really formed to the this. Okay for me because I she grew because he couldn't get custody of the last time she saw students earn your toddler and so she was hungry for all facts about his family and his life and she was very fullest writing to my father says she with us cod questions and he would act. I had a huge amount of material from the and she'd gone back to live with Catherine when the marriage split up they'd gone back to the states to live together. Your Dad was in Honolulu successful singing at these beachside hotel single again. Imagine there were plenty of women interested but who really knocked his socks off. Wow here's the Hollywood bombshell cold Ruby. And she was married to a very powerful. We most powerful director in Hollywood at the time for Loyd can and she was restless by the time she got another in said is on my father and totally seduced him. He said he felt like around to the floor. He keeps photos of Ruby. There's one yes. Oh well he I found another one. I. I didn't see the one that my sister so she was about. I think with pop something. Maybe a little bit older. And she's going to does or he was going to us and she was standing by and some Asian. Rubies photograph was and she. She was amazed because she'd never seen a strapless sequin form fitting dress like Batman and she. She couldn't understand how it was kept up. And you know really was quite curvaceous. She she was. You know the typical Hollywood lump and She asked my father who was in and she said she remembers him sighing Ruby and putting the picture and he's talked it and none of us ever show that picture again so they had these passionate romance in Honolulu and then came back to California and your father was performing and recording. What happened one night when your father was performing classical concert in Los Angeles Ruby Husband? Bacon or my father as the reasons for the divorce he had taken out patients with his. His name is curtis respondent but my father had attended to be the meeting at the and selfish that tree text of my father not turning out but his office he contrived to. I believe to learn my father's Chris. Oh my father is saying the Panama which was the space into city blocks the most wonderful looking face with palm trees and and thousands of change of what close tables and people would go there. And they're gonNA jacket and had beautiful long evening dresses and have dinner dance and this particular man. I in the middle of my father's song to paceman strides through this huge cod and onto the stage. An arrest my father. While he's singing put hand saw on him and take him out through the room. Put Him in In Fan and take him to the slammer where he stays overnight..
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"This is an ABC podcast in Honolulu in the nineteen thirties. There were two beachside hotels. The Moana with its towering anion tree and the pink stucco Royal Hawaiian Hotel Rub it. Cut US saying at both hot spots. He was dark haired and handsome with appeasing Lee true ten voice and there was quite a bit of romance on the swaying palm trees after his stint in Hawaii Robert Performed at the Academy Awards in front of Katherine Hepburn and Clark Gable. And at the time he's records were outselling Bing CROSBY'S ROBOT. Australia changing his name to Lorie Brooks. On the way and here he married for the fourth time to a local radio. Sta named Gloria and this time the marriage lasted Gloria and Laura had two daughters who never really knew the story of their Dad's glamorous past a Hollywood heartthrob until the eldest dialing set out to uncover it. Darling Bundy's book is called Daddy Cool. Hide Elaine parents Tell me d'alene about the tea chest that was stored under the house. When you were growing up what was in it. Well actually. We didn't my sister and I didn't really take any notice of my fathers collecting everything and to do with it. America within a huge teach by the time my parents moved to Newport shepherd stored underneath the house on a sandy floor. And all of the other. The alpay's eight zero warping and No his publicity in the newspapers from the thirties and forties. You know the agent by paper Mites and totally forgotten and It was any when I had to clear the house that I found and saved cleaned and put all of those papers. Fussell family paved his into boxes and they sat in my study cooling out to read and understand father was he stooped performing when you were growing up yes he was. I I would hear him on the radio singing. Abc Parade some voters and also wonderful songs. And I once went with my mother. This is the anytime I really thought. My father might be different to other father. We went to the state and shit magnificent and up through the floor. My father rides with the organist and I thought wow you don't see too many fathers doing that. He was just an ordinary dad. What about his his singing at home d'alene did he sort of seeing around the house? Do you have memories of that when he did? I I remember going into the bedroom and wondering what said shooting full was all about. He'd he had you know he's cups like their goal fashioned announces on the radio but I was growing up. He King All all the time and we mainly sang when we would doing the dishes at night and my mother and I wouldn't put question and he would be needed because nobody else in the family has a singing voice Jordan and I just shocking. What was his voice like? What did it sound there is? He was doing the dishes and putting them in the cupboard. Nope it was wonderful but you know crying out with having something wonderful right next. Show all the time. You don't totally appreciate it. Tiny racing listening to all his coding and heating these beautiful sweet high nuts that I realized how special it really wasn't how to have have him singing for us every day and I remember when I went to overseas. He'd sing that song. Cold comeback to air and Megani comeback against the land of your birth and that would really affect me on the phone to you. How would you sing it now? When I came home I'd come have every Christian And you know that was one of the repertoire. Lot of Irish songs because we have Irish relatives and they've always loving folks i. My father wouldn't be the leader in in the evenings as well. You say that apart from the time you saw him rise majestically out of the ground at the State theatre he. He was just a an ordinary dad to you and your system. What kind of father was he? What was he like when when you were just a kid? He was slightly absent because he had to draw but whenever he was around she was very sweet and he make out. Grimes for me When I was in my 'cause I could get out of my car. I was a toddler is about three that I used to read my golden books. And you made out the Ryan. I have this dreadfully though name because when I was being Chris and I didn't have the same name so he gave me Cecilia. Who is the patron saint of Music? Divine went down in the book. Sits in her car and read. Books should call her. Mother Cooks Dying Tonelli pieces easy books so he and he was very sweet dad very sweet but certainly not hands on like mother would about his parents Darlene. What kind of family was your dad born into? He had decided child so the and and whenever my mother was defending his misdemeanor which always concerned alcohol because alcohol changed him. Unfortunately she would say to me. You must forgive him because he had such a terrible childhood and I knew that he did but I never really understood how lonely at much to being an sad to him. My father was born in California. Judge off to the great heads. Quaking sound transit on grew up in a very small town called Maria His parents divorced when he was about three or four and it was a terrible divorce case. It was something like Nineteen ten so it was quite scandalous. He never forgot what the judge said to. The judge said that they would guilty of moral turpitude there but not and and he was sent to be raised by his grandparents. He shed a bedroom with these crabby old alcohol and It wasn't until he made friends in high school. Then he he really had any sort of Konczal. I think there was a tragedy that is his mom dad just before he was born what had happened. Yes and I think I think he might have felt guilty about that. I never thought about that before but I think when he was born two months after he was a sickly child. They didn't expect. My father did two months after he was born. His brother Ronald she was the midst. Apparently the most intelligent beautiful balancing the boy died suddenly and he thought that because he needed so much care. There wasn't enough attention paid to Ronald Prada and I think the shadow of his brother's death. Just just follow him. All of his life. You say he was raised by his grandparents. Did they have the sense of his musical? Talent was that fostered at home. A certainly did my great great grandfather. Who was biblically. Called if Ma.
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"As part of project. Antique apple shifted some of its iphone. Business away from qualcomm. Then apple sued qualcomm saying the company's licensing fees were too high and blevins was dispatched to apply even more pressure right after filing the lawsuit suit attorney went to Taipei Taiwan and brought together the companies. That make apple's funds. These companies were paying qualcomm the the licensing fees that Apple Abbas paying the companies. They're paying qualcomm. Tony said we're going to start paying you so you do what you want. If if you WANNA pay qualcomm fine but basically the message was stopped paying qualcomm and over the course of the next two years. QUALCOMM said about eight billion dollars. Payments were withheld a huge amount of money and qualcomm stock tumbled considerably. And then you know cut back on its research research and development where it was in really kind of against the ropes in this legal battle and was really. Being weakened by apple's practices qualcomm and apple reached a settlement in April of twenty nineteen and apple had to pay qualcomm billions of dollars but the fight damaged qualcomm to I won't point qualcomm stock lost. Roughly a quarter of its value and a company had to lay off employees. The episode laid bare. Just how big of a fight apple what was willing to pick to try and protect what could amount to a few more dollars of profit on every iphone you know. We're accustomed him to hearing about codenames at apple when it comes to developing new products. I think it's fascinating. That apple has codenames first strategies of how it's GONNA pay. LS For the parts in its existing products right. I mean that tells you how important controlling costs are at this company. I mean they hatched a strategy energy blueprint in order to try to pay less on a key component in the IFA but apple isn't just devising strategies to get suppliers to charge less. Sometimes the company will also cut the players out entirely. Tony has become the face for a lot of these suppliers of an ongoing effort inside apple to make and design more of its own chips rather than buy it from somebody else. It is more often designing those chips itself and then going join straight to a factory and having made and that's cheaper for apple take for example imagination technologies imagination was providing graphic processor hustler units which essentially help with the animation in the video. Interactivity that we see on smartphones and what ended up happening with imagination technologies. Oh jeez eventually apple making those chips that it wants relied on imagination for and Tony goes to sit down with the leadership leadership at imagination. And says you know. We don't think we need to pay you for the technology we've relied on in the past anymore going for we're going to have our our own technology that is independent of what we've needed from you. When news broke about Apple's plan imagination technologies share price dropped by seventy seventy percent which nearly put the company out of business imagination. Technologies declined to comment all these tactics. You know like playing things suppliers off each other taking acknowledge in house. It all sounds very aggressive. Certainly are aggressive. Someone who worked at apple with Tony. Tony said that his job was to Viking town and get every resource out of it. Wow is there a risk though. That apple takes this too far. I mean gene that they'll either kill suppliers. Will maybe make suppliers not WanNa work with apple in the future or they'll squeeze them so hard heard that it'll limit those suppliers ability to innovate on new technologies. If you talk to people in the supply chain they'll tell you that the risk for apple in implementing this strategy is if at any point there's weakness or a slow down and it's business and it's not as strong as it once was then. There's the risk of retribution from suppliers suppliers finding themselves with the dominant position at the negotiating table. And taking advantage of that. The one thing that you can look back historically adhere as when other phone comedy company saw their margins declined it signaled. The end of their dominance so Nokia Motorola blackberry when you saw their margins agents begin to erode a little bit it was kind of the beginning of the end but signs of a similar. Fate don't seem to be materializing for Apple Paul earlier this week. The company reported earnings. That showed apple had made it past. Its iphone slump posting record revenue. Some of that was due to growth in services like Apple Apple. TV and apple pay but sales of iphones were also up with help from a fifty dollar price cut. Even with that price cut. Apples margins are still the highest in the industry. What do you think it says about apple that accompany with this iconic founder and innovator in Steve Jobs that now you are focusing on and people are talking about Tony. BLEVINS is cost. Cutting leading expert. Apple is always in the mind of the public connected to these visionary leaders like Steve Jobs and increasingly the people at At the forefront of the company are Tim Cook and Tony Blevins. I mean these people out of the operation side of the of the company and this company was once it's defined by being the kind of small scrappy upstart there was vying against. IBM to be the leading technology. The company in America and prided itself on that and over time. It's actually Kinda come the big giant company. It's kind of become the IBM of today. And just as like product excellence defined a years ago operational excellence increasingly defines..
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"This week's theme is commute cutters. The curator is Priyanka Mathu. co-founder of Aereos. Here's here's why Priyanka chose this theme. She says Hi. My name is Priyanka to. I'm a CO founder of Aereos Women. Run podcast network and the theme. I chose commuter cutters. I chose the steam because it's January. I'm back at work. I'm stuck in traffic crisscrossing Los Angeles and these are five episodes. That make me feel like time is flying even if technically I am not hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Priyanka. Monday's episode comes from the big ones and is called the notebook. Slash Angela Timber. It's sixty five minutes long. Here's the description. It's the season Finale Anneli and who better to have on to close out the season than the incredible Angela Trevor. We discussed the most beautiful love story. There ever was the notebook and how we would go about choosing between what are head tells us and what our heart tells us Tuesday's episode comes from the dream and is called wants women cash. It's forty minutes long in in this episode. There's nothing as intoxicating piles of money unless the feds are watching you count it. Wednesday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is is called perfume. Genius Slip Away. It's twenty one minutes long Mike. Hadrian's has been making music under the name perfume genius since two thousand eight in in May two thousand seventeen. He put out his fourth album no shape to widespread critical acclaim in this episode. Mike Breaks down the song slip away. Thursday's Thursday's episode comes from ask Rana and is called the eight days of Ronca. It's one hundred twenty two minutes long. Here's the description. The days of Rana car here her. It's just Rana and Brian. This week in the carriage house offering their guidance on listener questions and giving advice on the best gifts this holiday season plus Rana and Brian and break down the four different price points. They're discussing as well as exchange gifts themselves. Friday's episode comes from Ghost podcast and is called second Saturday return plus horoscope. It's thirty nine minutes long. Here's the description. Did you know that we go through multiple Saturn return transits in a lifetime. They occur once every every approximately twenty nine years this week. Jessica answers the listener's question about their second Saturn return in capricorn. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen chosen by Priyanka for this week's theme commute cutters. Hopefully you'll find some podcasts here. That'll make your commute. Just a little bit better you can view analysts into these episodes. Let's play list on Pod. Chaser head to POD CHASER DOT COM and type commute cutters in the search bar and all the episodes. We'll be right there for you. You can get in touch with Priyanka on twitter. Her handle is at Nanking. That's N. A. N.. King joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Commute cutters next. Let's discuss what's going on in the podcasts world here are some headlines from this week in the industry brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter. I first this week. spotify launched a new advertising service called streaming ad insertion or Sai for short essay. I use customer data to target ads ads within its exclusive podcasts in a company blog post VP and head of global advertising business. Jay Richman said that this service is quote taking formats traditionally personally have been more of a static experience and making it a more personalized and attractive. One end quote that said in a story for the verge Ashleigh Carmen explains that while spotify's new technology algae breaks ground in the industry it also puts consumer privacy at risk quote. PODCASTS are sensitive listening data. The topics can be niche and revealing so users rightly might have privacy concerns about how what they consume. We'll be siphoned back into brands and quote says Carmen when Richmond was asked about these issues he responded that consumers members can opt out of data targeting. If you want more information on this topic head to the snacks daily podcast hosts Nick and Jack share some information about how the strategic added insertion will appear in your listening experience. You can find this information in there. Episode titled These Delivery Apps are like Mafia Families Next Story Mermaid Palace. CAITLYN priests new production house is bringing the heart back to the podcast airwaves. 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