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Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses
"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.
Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts
"Is apple. Podcasts still having problems well some. Publishers have reported that some new episodes taking many hours to appear in apple podcasts. Sometimes as long as seventy two hours we wondered how widespread the problem was of apple. Podcasts simply not noticing new episodes so yesterday we asked you to let us know if you to have seen this issue. We don't many emails in response. So here's some of what we learned one podcast host reports around five customer complaints day. Where it's been more than twenty four hours. Their feet is valid. And then you episode is everywhere but apple podcasts and it does take some convincing customers that it isn't the podcast host fault and other publishers says episodes of taken a full forty eight hours to appear in apple podcasts. For another their record is seventy two hours now. Few have told us that. If you log into apple podcasts connect and change the frequency of your podcast in the interface that appears to get apple to rescan your feed although they do say that sometimes new episodes appear and disappear a few times before being there permanently a few hours later. And we've seen that happening to in our testing podcast which is called pulled clock now apple is seemingly aware their support team has responded to one publisher saying this was an issue on our end with our service. There's nothing your end you can do to prevent it from happening again. It shouldn't happen again but if you do notice. An episode not live on apple podcasts. After twenty four hours please reply back. Longer and more pained feedback includes one person contacting us saying i have a daily podcast and at least once a week. My episode won't release on apple podcasts. It appears everywhere else. I've written to support about it and they refresh my feed but also say allow up to twenty four hours episodes to appear. This is a daily show. A why does this only happen on apple podcasts. They can't answer this but the following day both the episode that didn't appear and the new one show up apple had better start taking podcasting seriously. They can lose their once seemingly insurmountable lead.
Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'
"Weekly shows. You'll often just there's a. There's a tried and true formula. You record you produce you. Release you record. You produce you release to do that with the daily show you know. Some people can do it. It may be a recipe for burnout. It's that's a lot to do every single day. So there are ways around that you can batch your tasks that is going to be the theme of this day is you can get all of you. Can you can do all of your writing. You can do all of your content planning and record multiple episodes in one. Go so one. One example of that is in the center here batch production. You have maybe two episodes of new content. You have one episode. That's just evergreen that you can run anytime you record all of those together. Do all the production at the same time and then you have three episodes and it's less time planning less time scheduling less time. You know getting out all the equipment. It's a little bit faster but of course not every show can do that. Some shows are more timely. Some shows are new shows so a solution to that might be kind of a blend you could do. The record produce release schedule for those really timely episodes that need to come out tomorrow but in addition to that so that you always have daily content. You could also have some evergreen stories that you you record all together and you have multiple episodes in one recording and production and session the for a science. Show what we'll do is a lot of our content is evergreen but will also cover things like you know the the venus missions that were just announced. You know we will. We can pop in and do a timely story in this process. It's it's very flexible but if you're not a science show like we. Are you know a news. Podcast could possibly run a primer on. How the electoral college works. During every election season or a comedy podcast could re run a segment where like a running joke head originally started so everybody can like here that that little bit of history. There's there's a lot you can do to have content for every day of the week and yet still have time to create the stuff. You really wanna create.
Why You Should Consider Creating a Daily Podcast With Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer of Curiosity Daily
"Talk about some of the benefits and maybe why you should consider creating daily podcast. So of course any podcast will. That's released on a regular basis will help you become part of our listeners routine. Or it's a weekly biweekly. But a daily podcast will really deeply see you in a listeners. Routine whether it becomes their go-to for what to listen to during breakfast or on their commute to work a five day a week thing will really make you part of their their day. honestly you also have the potential. They hit high download numbers daily instead of once a week with a long tail and this can reduce volatility in. Let's say the apple podcast charts. Ray like you're going to have a ton of downloads on wednesday if you release once a week on wednesday but you may not appear in the charts later in the week. Maybe the following monday tuesday. Because everyone's listened to your newest episode there. Volatility is reduced if you're downloads are distributed more evenly throughout the week so there's a little bit of a benefit there there's also if you're episodes are short like ours. There's also smart speaker appeal or more people are buying and owning smart speakers. People are going to start listening to podcasts. More on smart speakers. And maybe if you release daily and you're like a three hour. Joe rogan podcast. People may not listen as much but if someone again is just listening while they're eating breakfast or something like that maybe they'll throw you on their smart speaker and again not necessarily true. If that's longer i mean oh sorry. Curiosity daily really easily. Plays on your news briefing. That's why that's why he's it's short and a smart speaker. Go so well together you can listen to any podcast of any length on a smart speaker if you ask it to play it but specifically you can put a short daily podcast into that news briefing that plays in the morning or whatever time you tell it to. So that's why it really
Finding Your Niche with Lindsay Silberman
"Would you tell someone to find their nation developing lung. Think the first day. I would say you know you have to ask yourself. What is the one thing that you know or that you are an expert in that is unrivaled to compare to other people and i also think at least one of the things for me that made my audience so much more engaged people were so drunk falling at is sort of pulled back the curtain on a lot of things in the influencers space. That people weren't talking about the people. Were curious about or to send no and i was all about like sharing information sharing everything i've learned sharing travel tips beauty tips. You know just anything that i felt. I wasn't expert in that other people might not be and that i think something that really can be parlayed until a lot of what your team does is pulling the curtain back on. What your everyday as what people can look for when they're looking to sell or looking to buy. I mean i was just last night. I was thinking. Like if i had a chance to to follow a really prolific broker agent. What would i wanted to refer them. And i was like i have hundreds of questions in my mind like so many things you know what increases the value of a home when you walk into a space like what is the biggest selling point for your just things that i'm sure she to. Everyone here are so obvious monday. But to a lot of average people like we don't know lot of those things. I think just on your just really like honing in on what makes you unique your expertise and then sharing a lot of that with your audience
Look In The Mirror - The Importance of Measuring and Tracking Everything
"Little bit today about holding the mirror up to yourself a little bit and and creating something predictable for yourself and what we mean by. That is the conversation between peer. Nice started on the idea tracking and measuring. We're both big tracking and measuring people. And so when i say tracking. Let's put some definition on that. Peter so like when i say tracking measure. What does that mean to. You means image picking out some key metrics or versus say keeping different key metrics in your lifetime. That you'd wanna move. You wanna move the needle forward you want proven you want to become better at and and making sure that those metrics are the are the right metrics significant metrics that metrics that. If you move them forward you're going to see huge results in your life. So you know putting this mirror in front of ourselves on a regular basis is a great way to see where we're at and then measure it to where we wanna go. I'm really curious. Who has a really tough time kind of tracking and measuring goals or things that you feel are important to you but just who has a tough time with that. Yeah like a lot of people. Yeah me too. I have those issues to uae portland. Peter why is it important to track and measure. And i think i wanna throw context on this. Because we're going to dive into track and measure doesn't i'm not just talking about like your data For or your commissioning. I'm talking like track and measure. And and i know that sounds a little robotic for some people. They hear that near like a like you know. I'm not one of those people. But but why is it court. What makes it important. What makes it important for you. Peter where you don't track you don't track and measure things. What happens well. I mean i've i've done both ways. Dave in you know the ultimate not tracking and measuring is taking your bills and throwing them in the drawer not paying attention to your health. You know saying that you know. I just work hard. And whatever comes my way comes my way not measuring your business metrics and just basically taking a putting your head in the sand kind of a philosophy not balancing your checkbook not looking at your taxes not thinking about you know these things that that trillion gonna come by by bite you in the but if you don't pay attention and they will show up
Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher
"Skip the line is about how do you be not the best in the world at something but okay maybe in the top one percent which is a very much larger group than being the best at something and then how do you also monetize. Whatever it is. You're interested in if you're interested in gardening. How do you monetize if you're interested in making in sports. How do you monetize that. If you if you're interested in comedy podcasting or writing or or finance how do you monetize it. It's not so easy. And so. I wanted to write a book that covered both lanes as opposed to one or the other one hundred percent. James listen oftentimes fire nation. The gatekeepers to there are the ones that are kind of pooh-poohing being like. Oh you can't do that like no. There's a process. You have to go through like no you just got to get into the back of the line and i heard that over and over again when i was deciding to start my first daily podcast interview entrepreneurs and these were from the gatekeepers from cliff. Ravens craft the podcast mastermind. This even from our our dear friend. Jimmy who was my one on one mentor. Guess what they wanted the best for me and they gave me ninety nine percent. Brilliant advice that. I did follow but they were both adamant the john. You cannot do a daily podcast interview entrepreneurs you will fail just what everybody else is doing it in the back of the line. Do a once a week show. That's what everybody does. We need to do as well. So get in the back of the line in just put it in your raps and overtime. Hey maybe it's going to happen. But i said to myself. Does anybody get good at something doing it once a week or four times a month like i gonna put in the wraps. I'm a bad interviewer. A bad podcast host right now. I've never done it before. Let me put in those wraps. And i had the passion i combined. It was skills over time. Because i was doing every single day. Which is james said. Gave me the potential to make some money the potential for that monetization.
Drew Lock on Tuning Out Off-Season Rumors
"Let's start with drew. Lock the incumbent and he was asked to part question right off the top about how the quarterback competition effects his mindset as well as working with peyton manning but drew really thoughtful answers and I wanna you hear the whole thing. the entire press conference where actually. I don't know if i got to ask a question. In fact i didn't and i took exception to but it was remedied. I ask the first question to teddy so here though is drew talking about the mindset of the competition and getting the chance to work with peyton manning this offseason think being in a quarterback competition and then sort of say if you were to say last year not being in one your mindset does change. It'll come into your key. Dorothy quarterback for this team and that's the mindset. That i have right now. I'm excited to be able to be there at this competition in push myself to hold level that Wouldn't have gotten to without this as far as aden as he can be able to give. His time was worth a lot of to my game with more than i think. I'll ever realizing for him dating do that for me in taking the time on his day to be able to do that a. so subtle things where like i am. More is on on film on technique from guy. That's the best for best for a really long. Time was nice having my courtroom dealer with a couple of for you. How were you able to blackout the rumors of the broncos activity. This autism was stafford. Maybe watson maybe rogers maybe fields was that difficult on no or not no. It was not. Because i decided that i was gonna develop a plan in this offseason really long days but it was gonna be worth every single second of
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His Daily Podcast Got 5 Million Downloads
"Hey jamie thanks for joining us my pleasure so you have a pretty eclectic background you for your first entrepeneurship venture was a gossip website right. Yeah like a like about the full lifetimes ago. A lot of people say you know different times but they really were different times. It was lead to thousands and gossip was a real currency. It was a real it was it was it was a. It was a genre off journalism. Vats really road the first wave of of the internet and mainly because the internet offered speed anonymity and both both things like kindling to To gossips i. It was it was really interesting to watch that. What's that grows quickly as it did and it was it was quite futsi cheetahs to be part of the part of its uprising as well. That was a lot of downsides to it. What was the name of the website. It was called holy moly again most a lot of websites back. Then it's weirdest thing that a business could be built on just a website but that's how it was then and a lot of websites lived and breathed on that demand names as well and only molly was one that i got quite early on. It was originally going to be just like design web site for a bunch of my design friends and may But i kept hold of it. And then it kinda suited the the whole the gut the gossip side of things and and really took off in the uk. This kind of like pre pre tmz pre peres. Really it was. It was an exciting time.
Chiefs Land Pro Bowl OT Orlando Brown Jr. From Ravens in Trade
"News today with the chiefs and the ravens orlando brown junior aka zeus junior traded from baltimore. He'll be traded on draft night. I guess to. Kansas city has changed for a bunch of draft picks and on top of schefters report. Patrick mahomes just puts up five smiley face emoji now. They've got joe. Tony kyle long austin blythe and they're probably going to get the rhondda rene tardif back so we thought they might sign eric fisher down the road. That'd be only because of an injury when he gets healthy but orlando brown junior one to play left tackle. Obviously ronnie stanley gets all the left. Tackle money there. So and the run when he's healthy cell orlando brown junior change for the chiefs. Pick number thirty one and a couple of other Picks in this year next year's draft.
Biden says infrastructure plan should cover childcare and home care
"Biden's to trillion dollar infrastructure plan includes four hundred billion to expand home care for the elderly and yes he considers that infrastructure now. A second phase of the bill to be announced soon includes additional kinds our family programs and yes he says that's all considered infrastructure. If you ask the right people ask the moms and dads. The sandwich generation the folks carrying enormous personal financial strange trying to raise their children and care for their parents or elderly paris or members of their families with a disability.
CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts
"Biden and cdc director rochelle will inskeep. Were both pleading with americans yesterday not to let their guard down against covert while the vaccines are taking place. Director will linski used the phrase impending doom about where she sees the covert case numbers trending. They're on the rise. Even though vaccinations are happening so of course because she used the phrase impending doom. That's what the media ran with for all of their headlines even though that's like that's not the point the real gist of her statement that we're close to the end but restrictions are probably easing up too quickly and we're letting our guard down. We sort of feel like it's the end so or not seeing it through. So there's this increase. In cases she got emotional saying it. Because it's actually personal for her. She was treating covert patients before she became. Cdc director so she was drawing on her time treating patients who ended up just dying alone because they had cove and their family couldn't be with them another layer to this. Is that the more. The virus spreads the more chances it has to replicate environs are terrible at replicating themselves so they make mistakes in their dna. which is what leads to the variants. So essentially the more time it has to spread the more time it replicates in the ultimate fear is that it replicates to a point where vaccines don't protect us now. I don't know. I'm not ready to go that far just yet because psychologically people are just gonna get burnt out of hearing. We're all gonna die from some new cova development every single week like our brains can only handle and be nervous and anxious about so many things that eventually. It's just gonna burn out. Also vaccines are robust. They're strong and they protect so much better than a normal immune response they are one of those super vaccines so far and they have protected us against every variant to this point that said we have been close to that escape variant. I think is what they call it where it evades Debates are vaccines. We got close to that with a south africa variant. Because it's not really clear how well that's working with astrazeneca and now the one in brazil is apparently pretty troubling. So we're sort of playing with fire here and the longer we take people vaccines the more dangerous it becomes for all of us and that means worldwide. Not just us. We have to be concerned about places like brazil. We don't have enough vaccines which has got let the virus persist and as we've really seen this year we truly are all in this
Rachel Levine confirmed as assistant health secretary
"Dr rachel levine was confirmed as assistant secretary of health at the department of health and human services by voter fifty two to forty eight. This is notable because doctor levin is now the first transgender factor official to ever be confirmed by the senate doctor levin has a background as a pediatrician and was formerly the secretary of health and physician general for the state of pennsylvania.
Trump's Trolls Are at It Again, Suggest Biden Is Mentally Unstable
"All right so for this last part here. I just want to address something that has come up. You probably saw it a lot yesterday by these right wing trolls online. Or maybe even you saw a an article about it in a newspaper you read while online newspaper and it's set biden speaks too much from a teleprompter. He's the first president to fifty days without holding an actual like a press conference is just been him talking to this point. The way that the started yesterday morning. I have to think that maybe they were tipped off. Somehow these right wing people that he was going to give a speech that night because what timing is that that or they simply just looked at his schedule somehow maybe it was publicly available but either way all these stories were just trying to suggest. That biden is falling apart mentally in that they're hiding from us that sort of that sort of be s. I'm actually pretty sure that they're just not used to having a president who actually works like maybe they didn't realize but we are in a pandemic. Are we not but by watching fox news last night seen clips from it. I will never torch myself like that. Ryan's pre-bus and sean hannity were making the case. That biden was only reading off the teleprompter But it was good. It was maybe too good. He probably prepared too much so like which one is. It guys is e two brains advancing questions in in front of the media or is he actually some sort of mastermind who spends all his time preparing for his job or both. Now it's one of the other fellas you gotta pick one in the sad part is this is the part i don't get it just all projection from trump like they're saying that biden was just reading often monotone voice. I mean you heard the that's clearly not the case. That's just what trump did you always read like. He was reading the speech the first time he never knew what was coming next anymore than you did as audience member it was really quite something but for the record for what it's worth. I counted that it was eight minutes. Nineteen seconds before even misspoke. That's from the twitter version the version. That's on the white house's twitter page into think about it. Can you go eight minutes. Nineteen seconds without misspeaking once. I didn't think so. I mean i know i can't for god's sakes you should see my editing process in. He takes i do that is impressive so really. It's when they're not winning at all. They just need to make up some sort of controversy some sort of villain and in this case it is biden falling apart from dementia and the liberal media protecting him.
Inside Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill
"Start right there with a pass of that. Covid stimulus bill in the senate on saturday night. I do need to preface this by saying it does have to pass the house again because there were some changes made by the senate so it's not passed into law just yet but we'll go for what this bill will include when it goes through the house and i'm going to try my best to sound like i'm not rattling off just a bunch of dollar amounts but there's a danger. It might sound like that but just bear with me. There might be something in there that would be useful for you. Your family someone. So for helping the unemployed it extends that three hundred dollars a week plus the state unemployment end it makes the first ten thousand two hundred dollars of that non taxable for households making less than a hundred and fifty thousand dollars it also fully funds cobra. Health insurance premiums so that employees who have been laid off can remain on their employer plan for free. There's also going to be another round of checks fourteen hundred dollars for a single taxpayer. Twenty eight hundred couples indy. Get fourteen hundred dollars per dependent now the starts to taper off at seventy five thousand for individuals or one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for couples ended completely gets phased out at eighty thousand dollars for a single tax payer and one hundred and sixty thousand dollars for a couple it gives state and local governments three hundred fifty billion dollars to cover expenses related to covid through twenty twenty four gives schools one hundred and thirty billion for k. Through twelve in forty billion dollars for colleges and that's to help them reopen safely so parents can get back to work for businesses. they'll be twenty five billion dollars going to restaurants and bars. This max out at ten million dollars per company in five million dollars per location additionally there will be seven point two five billion for the paycheck protection program once again forty. Six billion dollars will be going to state local and federal governments to help with testing and contact tracing as well as fourteen billion dollars to help speed up. The vaccine distribution for healthcare there will be financial assistance for aca affordable care act premiums and this is just looking to get the number of people covered by insurance to increase into further incentivize. The south to expand medicaid since they're sort of the holdouts town there. The republicans are blocking that there are also increases in tax breaks to parents who have kids up to three thousand dollars per kid if their age six to seventeen and thirty six hundred dollars per kid if they're under six years old and that spread out over the twelve months according to analysis this plus the fourteen hundred dollar check would cut the number of kids in poverty by more than half. In addition there's changes to the earned income tax credit for this year in extends to people without children. And if you're looking for how much that would be for low to moderate income folks. It'll be somewhere between five hundred and forty three dollars in one thousand five hundred and two dollars. Lastly in the rental and homeowner category it gives thirty billion dollars to help low income and unemployed folks afford rent and utilities and at the state level states and tribes get ten billion dollars per homeowners. So all in all. I think thing that really struck me. Was this tweet that i saw saying that. Isn't it kind of crazy. That biden asked for a one point nine trillion dollar stimulus deal and he got a one point nine trillion dollar stimulus deal like i think that makes biden a pretty good politician. One of the main criticisms of obama was at he started out by compromising with republicans and gave them the compromise offer in the first place instead of starting out high. You can't say that for biden so far in this could be a sign of good things to come but like. I said they're hoping that this gets signed into law by the end of the week after the house passes it sometime this week.
What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Thailand and opposition journalist alter norman swan is tuesday the ninth of march two thousand and twenty one. So let's talk today about who gets vaccines when and let's talk about it from a global perspective because we've been talking a lot in australia about phase one a phase one b and all that sort of thing but really we have virtually no virus. It'll in australia. And it's running rampant around the globe and as we were saying yesterday when the virus running rampant in poorer countries. there's a high likelihood of variants popping up. That could cause problems with vaccines that we've got so ruth is ask us. Would it be betta for australia to vaccinate ourselves first and then turn our attentions to helping. Poor countries get vaccinated all to prioritize vaccinating people in poor countries first and then vaccinating australians. Second well there is a way through this but it's politically fraught one is that you could really go and make sure that all workers. That's everybody airport. Workers airport catering workers airline crews etc and their families and households are all unionized and preferably with the pfizer. Vaccines works quickly and his high performance. Hopefully against the variance and higher performance than astra. Also if you were to immunize. Australians before they come back home harder much harder to do then serious pretty well protected with our contact tracing and so on. And we've got time and therefore you could in theory divert two countries around us at an earlier. Stage the problem there is we would have to actually go into those countries and help them implement. It's not enough just to jump. Fis are at their door and hope that it actually gets there. We would have to devote resources to helping like we did with hiv by the way to helping. Those countries implement prevention and implement immunization campaigns. Many of them are pretty good at it but the probably need help to do that. So it's not just. The vaccine is the services in order to do it and the cold chain which is quite considerable so the issue could and it makes public health sense internationally if you could suppress this in countries where it's running rampant and have fewer variants being thrown off. Then you would actually make a big difference. But if you think of indonesia it's a huge country with a vast population and it would require concerted international effort to make sure indonesia it's enough doses and implements them and then you've got the pacific islands some of which are very competent. Doing this sort of thing and some of which might have problems. It's not straightforward australia's a rich country. But it's not particularly be country on the global scale would estimating vaccines really make that much of a difference. Mchugh difference to the pacific islands where the populations are small and we could certainly deliver enough vaccine to really get great coverage and places like fiji to value solomon islands and so on because the small populations and we can certainly devote enough vaccine there to get really great coverage the issues indonesia which is going too fast population as i said and chaotic health system in some parts and some of the islands massive cappella ago. So the question is what do you do. But indonesia howdy helping to nesia the sort of those. We could give would be a little bit of a drop in the ocean which require other nations to help out am and other suppliers to help heart.
FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization for Third COVID-19 Vaccine
"The fda gave emergency use authorization to the johnson and johnson co vaccine. Cdc has already recommended it. So distribution is scheduled to start almost immediately as i briefly went over in the past the main differences between the johnson. Vaccine and say the visor in moderna. Vaccines are johnson. And johnson is one dose. It's easier to store. It doesn't need those super cold. Temperatures so far it's been eighty five percent effective at preventing severe disease and at least in the trial was one hundred percent effective at preventing deaths from covid nineteen. Which are really the most important. Stance provides faster protection. Takes about two weeks to be prevented from getting a moderate to severe case of code and after four weeks there have been no hospitalizations reported or deaths. Obviously lastly there is a lower risk compared to pfizer in moderna of those allergic reactions. The nfl axis cases are already rare with those but in this one in the study there was one case of nfl. Alexis in forty four thousand people as for what causes these differences. This one is made with viral vector technology. According to the cnn article quotes a common cold virus called dina virus. Twenty six is genetically engineered so that it can infect cells but it won't replicate there cannot spread in the body and won't give people a cold like the pfizer and moderna vaccine. It delivers genetic instructions instead of being carried in little lipid balls. The genetic instructions are injected by the weakened virus into arm cells. Name make the pieces that would like part of the coronavirus spike protein which is the knob shaped structure that the virus uses to connect to sells it uses dina virus to get into our bodies and get our bodies used to. It was also this article in cbs. About the astra zeneca vaccine but honestly it just seems like a pr. Move like doesn't seem that impressive. The designer of the astrazeneca vaccine is saying that the plug and play sorta thing. We can easily updated in very quickly. Then when he read they still won't have that update until the fall. It's basically like the same cycle for a regular flu shot. Because it's like the same technology so personally. I don't know if i'd be out there bragging about how quick we can switch this out and updated if it's still until fall now. I don't know how long it would take to switch out the pfizer in moderna vaccines. I thought i read earlier. That the amarna is much easier. Because it's like straight up injecting the virus it doesn't have to wait to sort of replicated or grow it somehow again obviously. I don't know the specifics on that. But i do believe that would be faster than this one
What makes a variant a variant of concern?
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler. An opposition and journalists culture. Norman swan friday the fifth of march and give it into the second year of corona caster. But it gives you the year it's two thousand and twenty one. It still hasn't anyone even though time is both flying and travelling at a snail's pace but normally one of the things that we keep hearing about over the past few weeks and months is variant. So we we were all very critical of donald trump when he was talking about the china virus and the wuhan virus. But then since then we've been talking about the uk strain in the south african strain. And then yesterday all this week we've been hearing about a russian variant. That's popped up in queensland. So firstly what does it even mean and secondly doing it a better way of naming these virus variance where we're gonna way of naming them. It's just pretty obscure so. The russian variance so called is has the numbers three one seven at the end of it and it is a bit unfair naming them according to where they were i noticed or discovered so britain said africa brazil. New york california russia. It's not very helpful at all because it just sparks. Fear yet. A new variant. What does it actually mean. There's lots and lots of variance. And if i can take us back. Just a little less than a year is that even then there were variants developing and people panicking about them at that point and the bedford lab. Which was really one of the first labs to get into sequencing the variance in tracking them. Globally they found that in fact there was very little change in behavior between the variants. It was more. The people change their behavior but not the virus and that's only recently changed and it's only changed with two or three variants so it's changed with the south african variants. It seems to probably be more Contagious and certainly more vaccine resistant. The brazilian variant. We still don't know enough about that but that looks as if it's more contagious. And certainly also look. Civic could be vaccine partly packed vaccine resistant. The uk one. It's more about contagious. Nece and the american ones so far just not sure what their behavioral changes so more and more. We're seeing various but for every one of these variants you're seeing that are lots and lots of other ones which simply track the evolution of the virus and don't really mean anything and reportedly this variant which is three one seven being called the russian variant. Just seems to be one of these variants which has been thrown off by the virus through replication. And probably doesn't mean very much at all so one of the other pieces of lingo that we've been hearing this idea variant of concern and some of the naming conventions have the are see in them as well as like there's the be one one seven top naming convention and then this other naming conventions which just makes it even more confusing. What makes a variant of very of concern versus just add variant of not concerned. Just curiosity is. I'm sure that that is actually standardized internationally but it would just mean that. There is evidence that it's transmitting more than other viruses muscling other viruses out the ways so for example. The uk barely has muscled other variance out of the way. It's presumed to be more contagious. But probably less contagious than we originally thought the brazilian very. We've talked about it on a corona cast. It seems to be infecting people who were previously infected with the let's call it the wuhan variant which is really the regional virus to come out of china and the south african variants is also almost certainly able to reinfect from the previous one which also and there is evidence of reduced vaccine. Efficacy is gets this concern label when there's evidence that it is behaving differently and potentially dangerously
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"You're amazing example of sanity after four years. Anyone would be I. would be the majors example of sanity after what gone through. But I have great faith. I really mean this in the American people. There's not a single thing. We can't do we do it together and I think the country's ready I'm gonNA need your help. We need a dog back in the white. House. I got to two of them are names are champ and Major. They're great dogs I promise you they're backing away us. Me Joe Biden Americans right now. You are all of us. Well, let me tell you. Thank you so much. But I'd ask my wife five times to marry me joke five times in the fifth time I was coming back from a trip we knocked on her apartment door and Delaware and I said hi, she said Commodity Joe. And I said, no, no I said you've got my Irish minute I said, we're only ask you one more time. Frame for saying. To say when just if but if you don't then I, can't do anymore. So I looked at her I, will you marry me? She might like this. Okay Joe Biden. He stood up for gay rights. He said everyone should get married. Thank you Joe Biden. Look it's real simple I come from tweet. Love. To, you love. And that you should marry my dad I remember one time. He has dropped me often in the early sixties and I've walked out to men stand in the corner lead over kiss one another. Went different ways and I looked at my dad. Look back to made in with Joey. It's simple. They love each other..
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"Today is Wednesday October fourteenth and thank you for joining me on this Hump Day edition of quick. News daily. I'm going to be honest there wasn't really much happening yesterday trump had another super spreader rally and apparently dancing is new thing. So yeah, we'll have some fun with. Also get you some hot takes about day two of Amy Conybeare Barrett's confirmation hearings since it was the first day that she took questions from senators but we'll start getting caught up by taking a look at some disappointing news about the census the Supreme Court ruled that. Well, an appeals case takes place in a lower court. The Census Bureau has to stop counting the census. A lower federal court ruled just last week that they could keep counting until the end of this month, but the peels case is to overturn that ruling. So Bureau has to stop counting immediately critics of this decision say that. This will lead to cost cutting measures or basically corner cutting. This will probably result anymore inaccurate count especially, if minority populations, of course, this menderes big time because of reapportionment meaning electoral votes in house seats could be switched around and resources are allocated based on the census. So they may actually leave themselves with fewer resources because they can't stand the thought of minorities or undocumented immigrants being counted but I know what you're really all thinking what is going to be the new quick news daily sign off if you can't say fill out your census I, know I'm worried too but we're all in this together. Another day another corona virus treatment pause in the trial stage. This time he li- lily is the victim of having to pause based on safety concerns. They're currently in a late stage trial of an antibody treatment, but following a recommendation from us. Health centers it's being put on pause. There's not much known why this happened just yet I'm reading from Fox business here and it said that they requested comment but did not get back to them in time for publication Eli Lilly submitted an emergency use authorization requests. So they're trying to fast track this thing and they suspended that last week in that submission, they said, they thought that they could supply one hundred thousand doses by the end of October already and. Up to a million by next year. So you know I wonder what's really going on there at least it looks like our health experts at least on that side in the FDA or approving vaccines are holding strong but if anymore this happens trump is not gonna like that and he's GonNa shut him down real fast he's GonNa get his own. People in there and just start approving these things they're going out of style. It did have a little bit of a negative toll on. July. Lily stock was trading down three percent after the announcement, but still around one hundred and forty, nine dollars per share. So can't really say that they're too bad offer that they suffered too much from this so far. Is it. Okay. With you guys if I take a second bask in the failure of Bill Bar I'm going to anyway because well, this is prerecorded but I'm assuming you said, yes, anyway I'm talking about this investigation that just wrapped up that was trying to find that Obama was spying on trump's campaign as it turns out. Obama. Actually had some integrity which. I'm sure is a new concept to bill bar. The technical term they were using was unmasking is just a common request to change some redacted names from investigations to protected because it's in the interest of national security to know who the investigation is actually about, and it helps paint a clear picture of any schemes foot in this specific instance trump really tried. To sell that. Obama went after. Michael, Flynn too hard and that's why flood and ended up lying to the FBI as it turns out. The reason that Flynn is guilty is because he pleaded to it, he admitted it in open court but that was before bill bar swooped in and drop the charges for no reason apparently thankfully, there will not be in. October surprise on this front to my pure delight Bill Bartoli screwed up in also made Obama look like he had even more integrity in fact even though bill bar had this spokesperson break protocol and make a public announcement of this investigation, they're not releasing the findings publicly weird kind of seems like they've found Jack Squat. Congratulations Bill Bar you've earned it. I promised you we go over some of trump's most recent crazy antics. I can't go over the video of him dancing because you just really need to see it to believe it. But I'm dedicating this I sound bite from his super spreader tour stop in Pennsylvania. Last night to everyone who thought that trump is some cold calculating genius playing four dimensional chess in reality he almost always tells us exactly what's on his mind. He made a calculation when he was trying to dismiss the corona virus but that was easy because he just had to lie and say the exact opposite literally the exact opposite of what was true. But anyway here he is ladies and gentlemen. Suburban women. Would you please likely? I saved you damn neighborhood okay. The other thing I don't have that much time to be that. Nice. You know I can do it but I gotta go quickly. We don't have time they want me to be politically correct. Yes. Let's discuss it. Let's talk about it over the next ten years now now now. Now we saved. We saved suburbia. Between that display and Lindsey Graham begging for money on Fox News all the time I can't decide which one is more pathetic. That sounded exactly like every high school bully ever wondering why none of the girls are interested in him because it's totally their phone and has nothing at all to do with his behavior he's just the seventy four year old leader of the free world and owner of the new launch codes with the maturity of a fifteen year old bully and that's generous. To a guy like this. Never, come to Pennsylvania again I love this. They. Say he was born in Scranton but he left he left he abandoned you either. Give. Thanks. I love you. Totally. Not a cult. Totally completely normal behavior for grown human beings. Also, effects still matter to you. Biden was ten when his family left. So I wouldn't call that abandoning. Would you healthcare they're gonNA come for College Re College. I say sometimes jokingly sarcastically everybody gets.
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"Mike sure. We may get vaccine to save ourselves. But what are we doing in order to get that? Like? Are we killing sharks because we couldn't stay in our homes for a couple of weeks? I'll end with this newer guidance from the World Health Organization. The WHO announced that they are not advocating per lockdowns as a primary control of covid. Instead they say they should be used to regroup, rebalance resources, reorganize, and protect exhausted healthcare workers. Their primary reasoning for this is that it's making the poor people poor and the world poverty rate could double going into next year. Well, they don't have to worry about us because here in America were just like virus what virus I haven't heard anything about that. The one caveat they had in there is that to avoid lockdowns. They say you need widespread contact tracing and testing, which, of course we're not doing because I don't know if you've heard if you don't test, you don't have cases that's according to President trump. All, right. That's GonNa do for me here today folks I was GonNa originally mentioned in article about trump saying there's breathtaking new like Russian collusion news with Hillary Clinton coming. But I was just GONNA use it to make the joke like no, the news isn't breathtaking Donald that's just the covid because you're still sick but hey, I didn't have to read it and they're still made the joke if I could ask you to do one thing differently than usual in the description of the episode, there's a link to discover pods. It's just like a podcast community and they are taking nominations for. Awards different awards for twenty twenty. So it just comes up to like a form you can fill out and if you could put in Quick News daily podcast for a couple of different categories, they have best news podcast, best new podcast of twenty twenty most innovative podcast and best overall podcast, and you can just type those. NC. Can Enter in as many as you want in full disclosure I voted for myself so. Those are the ones that I put the show in for best comedy in Best Society and culture and stuff like that. But I didn't think this show really fit into those categories. So if you could nominate Quick News daily podcast for those four categories that would be awesome before we play that satirical clip from comedian Brenton Hoon plays a trump supporter online on youtube you should check him out. He's hilarious. I do WANNA. Thank our producer Cathy and executive producer. Gwen it is Monday and if you contribute to the show, you do get your name right off every single Monday or you know sometime during the week when I remember. But yeah, other than that stay safe. Make your plan to vote registered to vote request your ballot, drop your ballot off fill out the census and I'll see you right back here tomorrow. So today's Columbus Day. Even though you wouldn't be able to tell by looking out your window to all these antiques is knocking down statutes. How are we supposed to remember things? If we don't have statues thank God herself for things like TV and books in the Internet and calendars because otherwise, how are we supposed to remember all those heritage? Because I know when I need to remember some. I. Say a post. It note I just start carving a statue. That's how I've never forgotten things like nine eleven and the Alamo and my daily hydroxy chloroquine dray. It's because I carved a statue. Knee remember Christopher Columbus at least some of US still do. You remember the rhyme in fourteen, ninety, two Columbus went and triggered you. Talking about you liberals. Because he was looking for a trade route to China and he found some land and his first words were probably Goddamn. All these Asians look pretty black and Hispanic to me. But hell, a slaves, the slave go ahead and give them some diseases they won't be able to recover from. New People I do mean you people you want to celebrate indigenous Peoples Day and after I looked what that is, it started a fog up my Oakley's 'cause Christopher Columbus is the man we need to be honored today. Christopher Columbus. He discovered America. The same way white people discovered the blues in the same way. Cunanan. Predicted all this poorly an after the fact. So today, I'm going to be raised at my emotional support Christopher Columbus. I got. My Tri Corner hat around here. Somewhere I got a faulty GPS in his honor. So He's to you Christopher Columbus. Thanks for everything. Big Doll now, get off my..
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"From at Allison or Floyd on Twitter. And around the same time and tax stuff was breaking yesterday. You also had this news from Fort Lauderdale event Brad Parts. Cal Trump's former campaign manager was suicidal and I could be potentially looking at harming himself. His wife called the police and said he had guns and was going to arm himself. But thankfully they were able to resolve it peacefully press gal was taking the hospital and I saw something about 10 ish be guns were being taken from his property. So pretty easy to see how that could have gone bad. Now I know made fun of him, but you know suicide is no joke at all. Not everyone reaches out in time. So I guess the good thing is and he was saved in time and he'll be getting the help. He needs maybe that sounds Hollow coming from New Jersey but it really is the truth. You don't ever want to see that happen to anyone. She'll Biden was able to pick up another couple of key endorsements this weekend. The first time I talked about is Tom Ridge who was a former Republican, Pennsylvania, governor. He wasn't early mover against Trump in December 2015 was the first time he said he would never support Trump so good for him that. But in this in this column that he wrote Bridge said quote Trump is incapable of leadership and he lacks empathy Integrity intellect and the maturity to lead that's another good thing from the state of Pennsylvania for Joe. Biden. Biden was also able to get endorsement from a big entertainment star Dwayne The Rock Johnson. Let's hear a bit of that endorsement clip here every Sunday everybody. We are approximately 5 weeks away from election day arguably the most critical election. Our country has seen in decades. Now that said I'm going to be pushing this political conversation just a little bit more now, you know, like I've Got Friends in all parties, but the one thing that we can always agree on is a conversation and the dialogue and where that conversation lands is always the most critical part. Now, this is something that I've certainly not done in the past. So I'm going to go big boss. You guys know me if I go I go big so guys I had the opportunity to sit down with Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris to talk about a number of important issues that we're facing as a country. I thought it was a great and extremely productive conversation that we had and as a registered independent for years now with sensors off. Excuse me. Ideologies. I do feel that Vice President Biden and Senator Harris are the best choice to lead our country and I am endorsing them to become president and vice president of our United States. Now, I'm surprised that Dwayne describes himself as a Centrist and maybe he is compared to the people in LA but I don't know. I just wouldn't picture. I'm like that off and frankly. I'm surprised he hasn't endorsed a presidential candidate before it seems to me like Hollywood all of Hollywood loved Barack Obama. So I guess I'm really surprised that that wasn't at least one time and he supported him but in any case better-late-than-never and yeah, welcome to the team Dwayne The Rock Johnson. I didn't know where else to fit these in so I'll just put him in a real quick Jake Tapper had an interview with dr. Jill Biden Joe Biden's wife last night or yesterday. I guess it would be. Dr. Jill gave one of the best answers I've ever heard. Let's take a listen your home. Has been known to make the occasional gaffe. Oh, you can't even go there. You can after Donald Trump. You can say the words can't even say the word gas. Nope, but you know done it's gone. The Gap issue is over because that is how they should answer the Gap question. Every time they're asked it from now on whoever it is one of fantastic response. Then there's this response in a debate in our house race in Michigan's 8th District. This is the incumbent Elissa slotkin against her Republican Challenger. I don't know just saw it on Twitter thought it was pretty powerful. Thought I would played here for you with all due respect if you're going to Talk about my mother's case. Then you shouldn't talk about it without knowing anything about it. My mother's case. Wasn't that she couldn't afford insurance because of undue regulation. It's cuz she had a pre-existing cancer that she'd had thirty years ago and that forever and ever and ever every insurance company felt they can gouge her and charged her $1,000 a month and $10,000 deductible. Please don't speak about my mother as if you understand what made her health care unaffordable to her and I think it's crazy that every time we ask you specific details about the thing that really helps people know that they're going to be protected their kids are going to be protected from you deflect and start attacking me and raising my mother. Come on Paul like this is this about being a big guy and running for congress. If you're going to do it do right and tell people that how you're going to protect them and not some throwaway talking point, but a real plan man talk about a gut punch and talk about seeing someone just died in their eyes on live television like dead. Her her opponent. I don't know who he is really but man. It's like he saw his campaign dying in real time. Oh fantastic. I put her contact info in the description in case you feel like donating to her house real life. Again. That's Michigan's 8th congressional district. I saw one place said that it was a republican Plus for district. So like it leans Republican. Usually she was able to flip it back in 2018 and now it's sort of Labeled as lean Democrat, but you know, she could definitely use help. All right. I think that's going to do it for news here today. But as promised a little bit more info. I'm going to give out about Wednesday show. It's going to be huge. I really feel confident in saying it's going to be the biggest episode of quick News Daily yet. It'll feature our first ever guest and they're one of the biggest internet stars of 2028. Really? I have no idea why he agreed but we'll take him will take him every day of the week and twice on Sunday. So Make sure you're tuning in on Wednesday would be a great time to tell your friends tell your family because there's going to be a little bit something in it for everyone. So really tune in Wednesday that said I'm going to take Tuesday off tomorrow to prepare. You know, I just really want to make sure this goes right make sure I have all the technical. Sign of a Down. Yeah, I will say will be breaking down tomorrow night's debate between Trump and Biden. Whether it's a home run or whether it's a crash and burn situation, you'll.
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"Give. Black. Bob Woodward would go on to explain that was from a call on. July. Nineteenth. One hundred and forty two, thousand Americans were dead at that point in this guy gifts himself an a plus. In case, you missed it on. Friday show Africa is a continent of one point, three, billion people and they have. Thirty thousand people dead from his in no universe should the United States have over two hundred thousand Americans but there's a big story she spent two million dollars all. Okay. And of a Republican did that they'd be in jail you know that two different standard and it's a disgraced at nothing to see here just a president saying that an American congresswoman should be prosecuted. He's talking about AFC if you didn't catch that I remember this guy wealthy. He got hit on the knee with a canister of tear gas and he went down. He, didn't he was down. My knee. My knee. Nobody. Cares these guys didn't care. They moved them aside. And they just walked right there. It was like. There is the most beautiful thing now because after we take all that crap for weeks and weeks would take this crap and then you finally see men get up there and go right. Did. Really. A beautiful sight. Laura. Remember they hit the CNN reporter in the knee. He went down Allie belching he said. This is a friendly protest. It's wonderful to see such a behind him. It was all fire for block. It looked like Berlin during the war. This is a friendly. What are they doing? How does that help to be like that? How does that help we're joined tonight by he's breaking and put a reporter being injured by the police not once but twice? Two separate days. This really gets under my skin these reporters even though they don't always right the correct things at least for my opinion Morley are the only things between us into Fox News controlled world where facts mean nothing their families they were tough. And they were strong. You have good genes you know that. A lot of it's about jeans isn't it? Don't you believe the resource theory I think was so different you have good genes in Minnesota. One of the most vital issues in this election. Is the subject of refugees you know it. You know it perhaps better than almost anybody lots of luck. You having a good time with the affected. That's good. We want to have Omar. He said Lesser Beauty. Outta, hell did she win the election. I, Did she win No jokes, those two clips those are as dangerous as the clip breaking about police, targeting journalists, saying refugees, band including House Representative Omar who was born in. America. Then saying to a group that's ninety nine point five percent white that they have good genes. I mean, what is this in school spent a fair amount of time teaching us about a failure of a man who gained power by convincing people who were struggling financially that this group of other people were the problem. They were the reason for your struggles. This man lived in Germany and all you connect the dots on the rest. Your last hint is the number six million it's happening here folks democracies fragile in no true democracy has lasted as long as ours meaning we're overdue for something. Now let's get to the real important news. Tick Tock is saved as it turns out Oracle and Walmart teamed up with tectonics parent company Bite dance to create tick tock global which have its headquarters in the US bill still be majority owned by bite, dance but. All of TIKTOK US user data and will safeguard tiktok computer systems according to this NPR article. What's an in for Oracle in Walmart this will help oracle boost its cloud computing business and Walmart will have a new audience of younger people. Trump has said this is okay with him and why wouldn't he oracle CEO Larry Ellison is a huge trump donor, and if you remember a whistle blower, said that ellison was the one who told trump hydroxy chloroquine and a fundraiser that he hosted for trump in February. So you can think Larry for that wonderful piece of advice. Thanks Larry. All right that'll do it for me here today like I mentioned RPG's death took most of the oxygen in the news fear here this weekend. So that's why it was the story focused on. There are some potentially interesting stories in the works now. So maybe I'll have more info on those tomorrow. But one of them is definitely tropical storm Beta, and if you're in the path of that I'm thinking of you that looks hurricanes look nasty man seeing the lines at the gas station. Unbelievable also I have to ask what did you think of the clip show on? Friday was it useful? Should it become a Friday standard or should I stick to the regular format? You can use the Google form survey, lincoln the episodes description to let me know but Yeah, I'm just curious about that. I thought it went quite well I. Think it's good to hear all of those clips and just kind of review them also as of midnight tonight slash early this morning my second review of the avengers game became available. So if you haven't already today would be a great day listen to that owned by the way if you become a contributor on patriots fan steady pay pal, you get early access to those reviews so. Just one extra little incentive there otherwise stay safe make your plan to vote fill out your census and I'll see you right back here.
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"Who knows at this point? Let's revisit that stroke story for a second in a book by The New York Times is Michael Schmidt, which was released today new information was learned that Vice President Mike Pence was put on standby temporarily assume the powers of the presidency when trump made that unannounced unscheduled trip to Walter Reed in I guess the says November Twenty nineteen I remember did as December yesterday however, I think we may have to be a bit careful with his new reporting because the only source that Schmidt gives is that quote I learned he doesn't name a specific source or you know. Where that came from that he learned about the vice president being put on standby, but it does add another layer of this this whole mastery I guess the reason the vice president was put on standby to take over four trump is in case of a situation where trump had to undergo a procedure that would require him to be put under anesthesia or sedated in some way much like when George W Bush underwent his colonoscopy. Now, there were reports floating around out there that there was details about a cerebral event like stroke in the book but Schmidt himself. has come out and said, that's not in there at all. It was just online users that are trying to connect the dots again like I said that's kind of what I'm leaning towards nowadays. But of course, I have no evidence because they won't release the real reason that he went to Walter Reed that day I will say one more thing. There's a Lotta people jumping all over Schmidt for not releasing the book sooner or these revelations like literally ten months when this happened in his a pretty big deal to have the president of the United States have to. Be. Replaced because of a health event by the vice president, you think that would be something that we should know about but the scheduled release date was today. So it would have come out in time for this election and frankly the closer to the election that it comes out the better because we just don't have an attention span nowadays like it is very rare for this Walter Reed trip to be mentioned on the news anymore just because like there's just so much to be outraged about that. It's really hard to pick.
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"The other big story from the Middle East is the announcement that Israel in the United Arab Emirates agreed to normalized their ties on. Thursday. Now, this deal was allegedly helped along by Donald trump and his Mideast peace plan but you know who really knows in the agreement Israel, said, they will suspend declaring sovereignty over areas outlined in the trump administration's peace plan. Essentially, this is A. Big Deal because it's the first time Israel has normalized relations with a Gulf state relations between Israel in these states has been bad in the past just because of the ongoing fight between Israel and Palestine. But they've been growing warmer in recent years apparently because of a real, the enemy of my enemy is my friend sort of deal since Iran is really becoming dangerous in that region. In just basically nobody likes them. That's pretty oversimplifying it, but it is a big deal and moving forward delegates from Israel in the UAE, will be meeting to sign bilateral agreements regarding investment direct flights, security, and the establishment of embassies in each other's countries among other things according to the statement. So really I guess it's fitting to go over that Iran story in this Israel's story. On the same day, because they are related as around grows more and more hostile and their country is more and more economically not sound. They're becoming more aggressive even to the other countries in the region. So of course, those other countries can wanna band together and try to stop around man there is there's a lot under the surface here. That's ready to emerge pretty soon I think. Since Donald Trump is playing the hits again I think we'll end today by playing the hits. Yes. Yesterday in his press conference trump didn't really deny this new birth theory that's coming out about Kamala Harris. Now, people on the right are saying while she's not actually eligible to be president or vice president because her parents aren't from here as if that's ever mannered, that's nowhere in the constitution all you have to be as A. Natural born citizen at least thirty, five years old and a resident of e West for at least fourteen years i. mean it's just so racist it's the birther thing. Where's Obama's birth certificate all over again into that press conference about this when he was asked about trump said quote I heard it today that she doesn't meet the requirements. He's just repeating lies in racism because it's all they have what their remaining voters like the most. It's just frustrating in anybody who sort of denies that it's the same thing like what do you think similarity between Barack Obama the first black president income will Harris potentially the first black vice president is what other reasons there for them to be dusting off this old conspiracy theory this old favorite of theirs that launched on trump's career in the first place you tell me man so racist but hey, like I said, isn't it nice to hear the hits again? All right I think it's time to call it on this.
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