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"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:16 min | Last month

"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

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"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:38 min | Last month

"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Maybe it's because we met at work and that's the context. We've always known each other, first and foremost. Maybe that's the answer. You have said your career has been like an exercise in patients. What does that mean? There are a lot of overnight successes. There are a lot of people who just either have a moment and then goes into the stratosphere, they get their mojo really young and none of that is true for me. Like I said earlier, I've almost hit the 29 year mark at CNN. And it's been a very steady, almost tortoise like situation for me. And I think that's fine. I really do. And what I mean by patients is that my motto has always been put your head down and do your work. Are there times where I get competitive? And I say, excuse me, I should have this position or I should have that assignment. Absolutely. We all have to stick up for ourselves, especially women. But that has not been the trajectory of my career. And that, for me, has served me well. It's been the best. There is a stereotype of Gen Z and I would say the younger millennial generation, not having patients. But I'm going to say with reason. Why? Because many of them, including myself, graduated college, entering a financial crisis. Come of age during a pandemic. A lot of things that other generations have been able to sort of wait out. Younger generations haven't had the ability to. So there's the negative stereotype of they move jobs a lot or they're not patient at work. I'm curious how you sort of reflect on that because in your career like the patients has really served you and clearly been an area that you've leaned into as a great strength. What is your advice for those that are kind of newer in the workforce? Facing a lot of external things that have nothing to do with them, but as a result, have created a generation that's known as impatient. Yeah. I think that you're right that there is good reason for them to be impatient because things do move faster. I mean, I know I'm going to sound like such a dinosaur, but when I started.

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"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:06 min | Last month

"dana bash" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"I've almost hit the 29 year mark at CNN. And it's been a very steady, almost tortoise like situation for me. And I think that's fine. I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Hey everyone, it is Carly. Today, our guest is Dana bash. Dana is an Emmy nominated journalist from logging tape to producing hard heading segments and covering multiple presidential elections. She is basically done everything under the sun during her career at CNN. These days, she is CNN's chief political correspondent and co anchor of the program State of the Union with Jake tapper and Dana bash. Dana, welcome to the show. I'm so glad to be here. You know, I'm a big skim fan. So this is I'm fangirling right now. Thank you. I'm fangirling. I feel like over the last two and a half years, I'm like, who do I talk to the most? And while I didn't talk to you, you were just like on my TV all day every day. So I just have this connection. I definitely, I was sending you messages through television. Exactly. Well, we like to warm up this show with a lightning round here. It is quick questions, quick answers. Are you ready? I'm as ready as I'm going to be. All right, I'd like.

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Is President Trump in Legal Jeopardy? Victoria Toensing Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

Is President Trump in Legal Jeopardy? Victoria Toensing Explains

"Of the January 6th show trial. I'm going to use that phrase show trial. Is the target stuff from a boss president Trump. That's not what you Victoria. How great is his legal jeopardy? Because I've seen a couple of different avenues of attack. First it was, he calls the insurrection. He incited the violence. That's why they've never showed the clip of him saying march peacefully and patriotically to the capital, which of course would negate that. Now, they seem to have switched tactics amid way and say that he's, he raised funds to investigate fraudulent election activities and then did nothing with it and just kept it for his own purposes or political campaigning and they're going to try and use some kind of financial charge. Whatever it is, is he in legal jeopardy? I can't see any basis or legal jeopardy. The latest is what you had at Adam Schiff talking about at the beginning of the hour. Oh, the alternative slate. Yes, let's unpack this. The electors. The alternative electric slate, which was done by the Democrats in 1960, by the way, and nobody went after them criminally. What would the charge even be? Well, that's why Dana bash is such a suck up. Reporter, she didn't report, please report her. Oh, okay. Please. Suck up. It would be a conspiracy to defraud the United States government of faithful electors. That's what it would be. To fraud the United States. But I don't know, but it's got to be something that's going to be something illegal about that. And when it was done in 1960, what is the difference between having a slate of electors, and here's what was in the documents that said, if Trump wins, legal arguments. I mean, language to that effect were in there. It wasn't like we are the other elections. It wasn't we're going to make up the results. No. Only if he wins in court decisions because there's a certain deadline by which electors have to be chosen. So if they weren't

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Adam Schiff Cries Wolf, Says He Has 'Evidence' Once Again

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | Last month

Adam Schiff Cries Wolf, Says He Has 'Evidence' Once Again

"Here he is again Jim cue up for me cut 5 he's on CNN with this past weekend and one of the weekend shows something like that Adam Schiff he's on with Dana bash Saying again he definitely has evidence this time January 6th the insurrection worse than Pearl Harbor Worse than 9 11 Jim he has evidence this time Just like he had evidence of all the other stuff I'll play in a second too But this time he definitely has evidence now Check this out We'll include evidence about Trump electors in battleground states who submitted fake Electoral College ballots even though Trump lost these states that we're talking about We have already heard that campaign officials Trump campaign officials were involved in that Do you have evidence that the former president himself Was involved Yes who will show evidence of the president's involvement in this scheme We'll also again show evidence about what his own lawyers came to think about this game Now reading Adam Schiff with the meatloaf what is he doing back there theory for Adam Schiff Adam Schiff doesn't have meatloaf Adam shares doing nothing back there He's just making all this stuff up Whatever Adam Schiff says you do the dipsy do flip a roo right You turn the story on its head and it's probably true Meaning if adds very simple rule to apply it's not complicated on advanced trigonometry If Adam Smith says he has evidence of Trump collusion for an insurrection it means watch him That Adam Smith has no evidence whatsoever of Trump's involvement in this alleged insurrection That's what it means Take it to the bank cash that check sped that money This guy doesn't have a shred of evidence Why And basing that on this shocking thing Jim called evidence

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Alejandro Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Eminently Qualified'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Alejandro Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Eminently Qualified'

"Alejandro mayorkas tried to make the rounds to do some damage control yesterday on the Sunday morning news shows. Listen to him with CNN's Dana bash. Republicans are criticizing your decision, the administration's decision to choose nita jankowitz to lead this disinformation board. They say she is not somebody who is neutral. You're response? Eminently qualified a renowned expert in the field of disturbing information. Absolutely so. Would you be okay if Donald Trump were president if he created this disinformation governance board or if it is in place and he wins again in 2024 that he's in charge of such a thing? I believe that this working group that gathers together is gathers together best practices make sure that our work is coordinated consistent with those best practices that we're safeguarding the right of free speech that we're safeguarding civil liberties. I think it's an extraordinarily important endeavor.

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Gov. Larry Hogan Reacts to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Criticism of Disney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Gov. Larry Hogan Reacts to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Criticism of Disney

"The governor of Maryland. This guy's ostensibly a Republican. Larry Hogan, who goes on national television, admits he didn't read the bill, but it's absurd for, for anybody to push back against Disney, supporting teachers teaching 5 year olds about transgenderism, which is what this bill addresses. Listen to Larry Hogan with CNN's Dana bash yesterday. Your fellow Republican governor, desantis in Florida. He suggested that he will retaliate against Disney after it criticized Florida's so called don't say gay Bill, which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom. What's your reaction to that? And then more broadly, what do you make of that legislation? Well, I did a lot. I didn't really actually see the details of the legislation, but the whole thing seems like just crazy fight. I'm not sure. It concerns me. The Santa is always talking about, you know, he was not demanding that businesses do things, but he was telling the cruise lines what they had to do. He was telling local schools with mandating and now he wants to criticize Disney for expressing how they feel about that. That Bill. I mean, they have every right to it. We have a thing called freedom of speech. They can come out and say what they think. I think the bill was kind of that he doesn't even read the bill. I'm not too familiar. Do you know what Dana bash said? Prohibiting teachers from teaching transgenderism in the classroom. Of course, she leaves out to kindergartners. Kindergarten to third through third grade. That's the only age group that's impacted by this parental rights bill.

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Joe Biden Backtracked on His Comments Three Times

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Backtracked on His Comments Three Times

"Make of that. Dinah Dana bash over at CNN was wondering aloud, maybe he didn't mean what he said. Hello, I'm Dana bash in Washington where the state of our union is wondering if President Biden meant what he said. You're watching a special two hour edition of State of the Union. Did he mean what he just, I mean, and then the walk back, the furious walk back, they're calling it the world wide walk back. Yesterday's Warsaw address writes

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"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

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"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Mansion and senator cinema are headed down to the white house to see joe biden separately today to to talk through a lot of this. I think there's a compromise to be had. I'm going to change a little bit of what what what bernie sanders told till danna as his kicker. Which is it would be a shame. If this if these things went down for america would be a terrible thing. If these things went down for the democratic party. I'm i don't know how you make a referendum election into a choice if in controlling government regardless of the margin. You can't see this over the line. And i think in the end that's what will get their joe manchin. We'll have enough to go back until west. Virginia i stopped crazy I think quite frankly progressives if they step back and look at what happened in the recovery plan What's happening in bipartisan and the structure. And what's going to happen and reconciliation will see a number when you start to add all that up somewhere. Probably close to five trillion dollars total. That's that is almost five. Probably five million trillion dollars more than they envisioned. That did they get in the beginning. Because sedans board they thought here comes moderate. Joe biden this this. This is the date the dangerous and we saw it with affordable care act when we couldn't get a public option in and a lot of progressive said. It was a failure. It was a surrender that they're gonna accomplish something that's truly Unprecedented and historic and they'll be democrats In the you know in the progressive base saying you know this was a surrender. We didn't get everything we should have gotten. this was. This was squandered up to me that would be. That would be a huge mistake. Yeah but but but is let's let let let's say let's say barack obama says okay. You know what we didn't get a public option so screw doing healthcare right right within the last eleven years would we have gotten healthcare reform dot right next fifteen years. Would we get healthcare dot. Let me let me put a finer point on it. I've met countless people over the last Ten years Who have been helped by that bill. Who who some people who say it saved my life saved my child's life. I would hate to have told those people you know what we would have liked to save your child but we couldn't get a public option. This is what governing requires. Yeah it requires making compromises in order to make progress. Even if you can't make all the progress you want. okay. I gotta go. No that bernie sanders. You sang what he has to say. He's going to wave the white flag. Now will that's what i was gonna say. He's played at very smart everybody's using their leverage leverage because of because of the of the number of progressives in the house. Joe manchin is doing exactly what you'd expect to a mansion. You right i mean. There is a calculated level of leaks. He gives a speech at a west virginia chamber of commerce. And all of a sudden that pops up on the dc press. You know like maybe we should. We should pause this and all of a sudden like some reports that from washington. Which i'm sure you know. Google maps had them get through to west virginia chamber of commerce speech. He's very calculated. He knows what he's doing on his say. All to bernie and bernie bers bernie is bernie knows. He's not getting three and a half but he's not walking away from three and a half. I think the thing for bernie is as long as he gets his vision dental and he may not get care of well. That's that's going to be a problem for him because he's made that his sin quantum that will be the real test. Well the the problem is is that that point. Then you're that probably means you walk away from a more permanent expansion of Of of obamacare in in bernie's hope of getting mirai air for all polo services bernie light right now. Put my five on on. Nancy blows in that. I'd here's my admonition to democrats who have listened to the last twelve minutes and have gotten closer to the edge of Of their window sills. Don't job there's a lot of public posturing going on. There's a lot of absolute worker laying. That's going on and i can assure you of this if everybody has something to bitch about the signing ceremony it probably means. It was a pretty good thing. Well i think a lot about them. Lines are going to be discussed at these white house meeting a.

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"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"A said that but robert. It struck me that bush is not. He's not at home in his own party anymore. Even he got sort of attacked for saying what he said for maligning the insurrectionists which he clearly was we've come a long way in by the way by the trump by the way what he he he attacked bush on ground that bush's You know vulnerable. Which was you know. He kind of left He he rather than pursuing al-qaeda in afghanistan and making that the focus of his efforts we shifted focus to iraq. And that's one of the reasons. We were in afghanistan for for twenty years. I it's a good point. But so was bush's i was struck. I think like all of us were The words but in the fact that he did it. I am and and i i don't i mean i think it was and to do it on such a big day. I mean this is a no day shaped the bush presidency over eight years more than that day did And to twenty years on reflect on it and draw parallels to what happened on january. Sixth I think is impressive. Look you we have to go back and recall you know george. Bush went to a mosque Not long after september eleventh And you know. I'm struck by september seventeenth. I looked it up because thinking the same thing and you look now. I mean remember You know we. We've we've traveled a a a a road around the vilification of of caricatures For a long time. And i think george bush tried to hold some of that back when he was president and quite frankly we know donald trump not only unleashed it but played to it every chance he could get and i think that's the difference between the parties. Now look i'm glad bush said it i i'm i'm. I'm also a little sanguine that i think it's impact outside of people like us Is going to be very smart. I think the people that are that feel this ray. He's not going to change. Minds are not listening to this and they're certainly not dinner. They're not likely listening to george w bush. I think it's now that admits that i think a lot of republicans have to say it. I think a lot more have to say it. And i think a lot more has to be done in order to get this guy out of their body politic because it's It is stuck and it is you know. Donald trump knows the easy applause lines and he knows the very the cultural arguments to make the nativist arguments to make any. He knows that nobody else can do it like he can't nothing about what happened in california. I mean if they're lodge if they're sensible they'll say we we're on a losing. We're making a losing bet here but Nothing about it says to me. The republican party is is about to emerge from that. No no. I mean that republican party is gone. Just is it just as the the bush. Republican party has been and was completely subsumed by trumpism. And even more so now and the one thing i will say is watching that an and i covered His administration i i started covering it right before the iraq war And so i covered the george w bush who was iraq. War president the when you ran against successfully The notion of of Of the iraq war it and and so he obviously left and that was that was his legacy that was his legacy and as i was listening to that speech was sitting on the grounds of the pentagon for for cnn coverage. And i just all. I kept thinking was this is now part of his legacy. I mean that is. It was one of those speeches that.

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"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Joe biden passes these and we'll talk about the second these big bills that will be to his credit at you know if the economy improves if if he gets a handle on the virus all those things may redound to his credit but this is not gonna be if democrats democrats are going to resist all of this pressure against them. They can't make this election about joe biden. They can't make it about joe biden. they have to. They have to do what they didn't california. And they have this scare. The shit out of democratic voters about one could happen. And i'll tell you something it's not just about trump or about the virus. Although vest this has become a big theme of we'll see where it isn't twenty twenty two but it's about the texas abortion law in voting rights and trusting and truth itself. I mean yeah. I mean i think that was the big message. Joe biden delivered out in california. Like this is like there's a lot going on here and you heard a newsome's quote the they people have. They have to inculcate democrats with that sense of of of fear about About you know what what's going on on on the other side. Well part of it was. You know we had you know. There's always great pre buttle messages about the outcome of the race you know but but the pre butter we got in on the republican side in the recall was fraud right and and i think the democrats are gonna. I hope put this. In front of republicans republican elected officials people running for office so that people in the suburbs and everywhere else can hear this. A close election doesn't mean fraud right. And i think larry elder was probably had that gun loaded last night. I'm going to go out and talk about fraud and then kind of hard to argue fraud when you're down like four million votes. That's a. that's more than a few trucks full of fraudulent votes coming in from nevada. You know why they have to argue fraud because donald trump demands exactly. He's doing it. He did it on this on. This race led the way in a couple of statements. He he cannot let go of this theme because if if his theme is that by definition mail in ballots lead fraud And you know. Eighty percent of the ballots in this race were mail in ballots sustains his big line narrative and you have to pledge fealty to him by accepting that narrative you saw in the cnn. Poll this week where you know. Fifty nine percent of republicans sort of embraced this as as part of their understanding of what it means to be republicans saying the election was was fraudulent yet. Another thing that is gonna is gonna just bedevil people like mitch. Mcconnell is how many races you gonna win. If three days beforehand you come out with a statement says when we lose it will because the other guy's cheated i cannot think of a better get out the vote operation for democrats than having the leader of the republican party. Say hey don't bother voting exactly a steal it anyway. It's what georgia. Yeah well and i'll tell you something else if you keep telling republicans at mail in ballots or fraudulent Then you're just discouraging them from using a tool that frankly republicans used to be pretty good at using So the whole thing is i mean.

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"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"File all right. We'll take that. He liked. That i feel a t-shirt coming on aware proudly so what were your big takeaways danna from from last night Because i think there were some offerings there beyond california. Well my biggest takeaways that you had the line of the night on cnn. Which is that. The french laundry dinner was the most expensive dinner. Dinner's but but but in terms of the actual recall it. There was a lot of concern. And you you to know this far better than i. That gavin newsom himself and the people around him just like weren't getting it this a real thing and that the recall was going to happen. This is you know months ago. Of course and that they weren't taking it seriously enough but they did. And then something. And i just thought from an observer's point of view and somebody who is watched a lot of campaigns and the way they do things right and wrong with regard to messaging. It ended up being pretty pitch perfect. Because it's not often that somebody who is going through an election that is by definition a referendum on them. This isn't just a regular election jets. Upper down you yeah Turn it into a referendum on everybody else on trump on rhonda santos and florida greg abbott in in In texas and did a pretty pretty well now. We had the right audience for it. Which is the state of california which is pretty darn blue. But it didn't mean that people were jazzed up enough to actually vote in the recall and they did in large part because that message resonated. Don't you think yeah. Gibbs i i mean i i totally agree with that Know you and. I worked a lot of campaigns and when you have an embattled incumbent and there's no more embattled incumbent when you're you've got a recount your mission number one is to make sure that it's not about them the That it's a choice in that a referendum mission number two is to make sure to frame that choice in a way that gets your people Energized bryant.

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"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

"I mean he was in favor of the party and he's he totally aced out. What did he say to you about this. How does he look at this. You know twenty years on because he was the favourite of the party base. They do listen. He he was was not an is not happy. He says that that schwarzenegger's Time in office look just like the democrats would. He said that he he he. He governed just like ray davis covered and that he pretended like it was not Like he was not a republican. He also at the same time. Told me that schwarzenegger stole his playbook. And how to run. And the recall. To which i asked schwarzenegger about that and he. He has some colorful responses. Which give us jesus which with the new say give us give us one little tease. I will use one i will. I will use one word he used and that is hack. Oh oh man this episode like five or six. And i can't wait to see the download the podcast you'll get it off. Oh yes. I encourage people to do this because this is i listened to as i said the first one of the first one is available for listening. And it's very good and it's anyone who's falls california politics or if you're just a political fan. It is really fun but schwarzenegger ultimately is you say. He left office with the same approval. Rating is gray. Davis twenty two percent despite the things that the major things he accomplished. What this does he have I'll know the answer this. But i've got to ask it. Does he have any regrets does he. You know he ran up a huge death himself an office does he look back. And disea- do look into his enter arnold and have any regrets. He had a A list when. I talked to him of of the accomplishments written down on a piece of paper and at the end he said to me that I can't remember who told him somebody who was his friend. Who was a governor before maybe it was bush. I don't remember exactly i have to. I have to think about it but a former governor told him that if you leave office with fifty percent of the things you wanted to do done. That's a huge accomplishment. And he says that he did that But he knows how but like you said he. He he lived it. He knew how hard it was and it was a lot harder than probably he even thought it would be or. Let's let's get into the fun stuff now. Because i i got as i said listening to that first episode babies a little wistful for two thousand three. Because then i don't know how how close he been paying attention to this Recall but it's it's certainly not as fun as now not even close not even close we other we have john cox has been with the bear with the bear. The ball of garbage. But that's that's been it. We don't have the unholy trio of gary larry and mary i. Now coleman larry flint. Mary carey we. Don't have the ferret guy. The guy who was about the fare wasn't this performance artists and seema wrestler sumo. I forgot about the rest of the guy who would address in blue every day of the campaign..

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"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

"The title of your podcast is called the californians political circus. And we'll get into that in a second but there was also an arnold certainly contributed to it. But if arnold had not been governor there was some great things that actually came out of the recall through his governorship among them. The top two primary Here in california. That's where the top two candidates getting the most votes go to the general election. John mary the Juggle that's an east coast. That's a dc dc politics and a and the and the citizens drawing the redistricting trying political maps in in the state. these are arnold schwarzenegger. Thanks what else like with other positives that you found that came out of the recall. What other positive well. We'll came out of the recall or out of the out of the schwarzenegger. Schwarzen- the schwarzenegger because without him some because of as you to without being a moderate some of that stuff. I mean i think climate is the number one besides those those political changes climate is the number one and i really studied about this when i went out to interview. Caitlyn jenner when she announced and i was kind of the first and only real national interview that she did all resented you dana. We all let me just have to call your political reporter new for that yes. I'm sorry but i was trying to represent well. And i really dug deep on all of the All of the climate and all of the in general but particularly the climate initiatives. Because i find it so fascinating because california is such a leader on that issue and it. It's because it has been bipartisan. You know a really really real way and it. It started before schwarzenegger but he really cemented it with with his His push to have have goals. I think by twenty thirty five or something. I think i think that's right now. Bumped up a little bit. Yeah it again. It's this back to you. Cram for the test and then you kind of forget grand for the test. But in any event that i think truly has been One of the most fascinating things to watch from outside california. How far ahead you guys are trying to get the climate crisis under control and And starting at home and that wouldn't have happened with a it would have happened with the democratic governor. probably would. it wouldn't have happened with a different kind of republican right who could coax along some republicans because there wasn't the supermajority back then so that's yeah. So that's that's a very key thing..

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"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"dana bash" Discussed on It's All Political

"Welcome to it's all political. The san francisco. Chronicle's political podcast. I'm joe foley the chronicle senior political writer and today our guest in cnn's chief political correspondent. Dana bash. data is here because she just completed a documentary podcast series on the two thousand three recall of governor gray davis and we'll be talking about how that report compares to this. One should a great. Sit down interview with former governor arnold schwarzenegger who had some interesting things to say about gavin newsom strategy in this current rates as well about his former rivals and that former race ex. Lieutenant governor cruz. Bustamante and congressman. Tom mcclintock yes. It is another pool to recall addition of the. It's all political podcast and now. Here's my conversation with dana bash. Then.

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This Is the Question CNN's Dana Bash Should Have Asked Cori Bush

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 year ago

This Is the Question CNN's Dana Bash Should Have Asked Cori Bush

"So let's listen again to the To the moronic question that Dana bash of CNN asked. But let's listen to the response cut 20 to go. So I know you've seen that Republicans are pointing to the fact that you said you have your own security while almost in the same breath advocating for defunding the police. I do want to emphasize I understand you have security protection because you have received multiple death threats. But the clip that I just played as being used in attack ads against not not you, but not just you. But other Democrats. So Could those comments end up being Harmful to your fellow Democrats. Politically speaking, no, stop there, So it's all about politics to CNN and Dana Bash. She doesn't demonstrate a scintilla. Compassion for the people who are being slaughtered in in these communities, not a scintilla. She's all about Washington, D. C. What goes on in their little political bubble. She would have been thrilled if she could have been invited The masses vineyard and all the rest. Like the rest of her ilk. This is not a serious journalists. Here's the question. For Cori Bush. You understand that your ideology is resulting in the death. Of scores of individuals. In fact, thousands of individuals And I'm talking about black on black crime. Do you understand that if you do not have police People get brutalized. They get raped. They get murdered. They get maimed. Do you understand this? That there are evil people, regardless of race. And that you're doing people No good in the inner city. Do you understand that? That's the question.

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Cori Bush Is Contributing to the Murder of Police

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Cori Bush Is Contributing to the Murder of Police

"I'm gonna tell you something. I want you to listen to this. Cori Bush on CNN yesterday. Cut 20 to go. So I know you've seen that Republicans are pointing to the fact that you said you have your own security almost in the see. Here's the problem with the media. It's always a political game. Dana Bash is a fraud and a phony and a fake. They all are. They all are says about Republicans accusing you of this site and there. Why is Cori Bush on? CNN. On Sunday. When she is a piece of crap who hates this country who hates her fellow man? And I might add ST Louis. She is contributing to the murders that are taking place in our inner cities. Cori Bush from a policy perspective has blood on her hands. No, she hasn't done it herself. You understand my point She's putting pressure on these police departments to be defunded. So if we had sent social Service personnel to that stop in Chicago, what do you think would have happened to them? You think those three passengers would say Yes, Please, I need counseling.

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CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 1 year ago

CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

"Let's go to cut 17 go. President Biden did accuse social media platforms of killing people. Do you think conservative media like Fox News are doing the same? Are they killing people to with rhetoric? Hurt person, A serious person or an idiot? Did she get her job through nepotism through who she knew? How did she get the job on the merits? Well, you can't say there's merits there. So as Fox News, killing people Hey, is Fox News? Killing people? Please tell us as Fox news, killing people. And she'll get a bonus. Maybe she'll get a Polk Award. I don't even know what a Polk Award maybe. Who knows? But they'll patter on the back in the media committed. You know, Dana, that was a good one. There's Fox telling people all right, go ahead. Well, then I think all of us, including the media, including individuals, health professionals have a responsibility to share the truth about health. And what is the truth? Genius? Mr Surgeon General. What is the

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Networks stick with Trump in his unusual goodbye speech

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Networks stick with Trump in his unusual goodbye speech

"The media is marking president trump's departure from office The New York Times exhaustively documented every single person president trump insulted on Twitter before Twitter suspended his account The Washington Post updated its count of the number of lies and misstatements he's told thirty thousand five hundred thirty four on CNN Dana bash watch president trump walk out of the White House for the final time and said he looks small he just looks like a small man fox and friends host Ainsley Earhart lamented the many people watching the president apart from she said have a hole in their heart this morning I'm ready to fall lay

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Fox News shuffles daytime lineup; CNN makes changes

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Fox News shuffles daytime lineup; CNN makes changes

"Some line up changes are in the works in a couple of news networks as a result of the election it's often the case that the news network shuffle their decks when a new president takes office and so both fox news channel and CNN are tweaking their on air rosters first fox it's seven PM eastern time hour will be led by a series of rotating host that means a move from Martha MacCallum who had held down that time slot though her ratings have been slipping lately on CNN Jake tapper will be getting more air time running from four to six PM eastern that leaves less room for wolf Blitzer situation room tapper will remain as host of state of the union but will job share with Dana bash each anchoring two Sundays a month I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Debate commission promises changes after chaotic first face-off

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Debate commission promises changes after chaotic first face-off

"Debates is promising some changes to ensure that the process is more constructive. The move comes after President Trump ran roughshod over Democratic rival Joe Biden and moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News during Tuesday's debate in Cleveland. NPR's David Folkenflik has more Trump attacked Biden, his family and Wallace himself. Issues were often left on the sidelines. ABC is George Stephanopoulos called it the worst debate he's seen in his decades long life in politics and journalism. CNN's Jake Tapper called it a hot mess inside a Dumpster fire. CNN's Dana bash. Well, I probably can't repeat what she said live on the air unless I want NPR stations to incur huge fines. The commission says the debate quote made clear that additional structure should be added to the format to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues, and it promised more tools from moderators to quote. Maintain order. Presumably, both candidates would have to agree, and Trump's campaign says that would move the goal posts and change the rules. Mid match. David

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"dana bash" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"It's somebody's watch presidential debates for 40 years as somebody who's moderated presidential debates if someone is prepared candidates for presidential debates as someone's covered presidential debates, that was the first presidential debate I have ever seen. Okay. Thank you, George Stephanopoulos. Meanwhile, Jake Tapper and Dana Bash again, agreeing this is the worst date ever after, you know, extraordinarily extraordinarily high pitched coverage of how Trump was a Russian cats ball for four years. It turns out that now everybody's upset with 10 of American politics. Well, I wonder how we got here, Gang. I'm highly irritated with this notion. It is very central to American politics right now that every bad thing began and ended with Donald Trump, Donald Trump didn't appear and then speak words and politics came into being. Donald Trump is a result of the system, a system built by the people on cable news. Anyway, There are people in this house being very upset last night. That was a hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside a train wreck. That was the worst debate I have ever seen. And it wasn't even a debate. It was a disgrace, and it's primarily because of President Trump. One thing for sure the American people lost tonight because that was horrific. You just took the words out of my mouth. Use high minded language. I'm just gonna say it like it is that was a show. Okay, And it was, But I'm just not willing to hear it from the members of the media who have been pursuing the BLEEP show for years and years and years mean Jeff Zucker was having phone calls with members of the Trump campaign in 2016, advising them. Spare me the spare me the outrage. And I'm not saying this about. You know any one of these individual parts? Maybe Stephanopoulos. Maybe Dana bash a little bit, but The media is shock and awe at this debate. You created this. This was all you know. Now the media have a new narrative, and the narrative is maybe this is the last debate game. Maybe this will never happen again. Now. The Biden campaign has already said that they want more of this. They've already said no, no, no, we're gonna do more debates. I, You know, maybe it's because they think that they're they're guided. Okay last night, and in essence, he didn't lose last night because nobody won last night. Buy today. Here's what you're trying to put it out there. I would not be completely shocked, Abiding, simply pulls out of the rest of the Bates. I wouldn't be surprised by the way if this is the last presidential debate between the president of the United States and the former vice president of the United States, But we shall see how badly to the media want Joe Biden when they were they were being this argument a while ago, right? Nancy Pelosi was saying Maybe there won't be any debates because they figured the Biden was winning. So hide Biden in the basement. That's their strategy, and they hope to continue that going forward because they still don't want to answer any serious questions. Remember in this a major by refusing them, Antifa called all of America's systems racist. Then refuse to answer whether he would stack the Supreme Court and that's the debate he supposedly won. That is. That's not a good showing by Joe Biden is just that again. Donald Trump's tactics were so distracting, that was very difficult for people to actually. Fully grasped what the hell was going on already Coming up.

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"dana bash" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So Paris, Camilla was asked about it about whether wearing a mask would be The standard or a mandate going back and forth with Dana Bash Clip 11. None of us likes wearing a mask. Nobody likes between the city and the sacrifices. There's a difference between a standard and a mandate. Would it be a federal mandate under the Biden Harris administration, it would be a standard Oh, a standard not a mandate. Okay? Yeah. You know, you can't keep up with these people. She's also flip flopping on fracking. Where she came out and said Fracking was clip seven, Please. This is back in the day. When she was I'm sorry, was clip six when she was against Fracking. Listen to the person at the town hall asking the question The Harrises response Cut. Six. My family lives in western Pennsylvania, where fact gas wells have become a common sight. Get the toxic impacts of fracking on men's contaminated groundwater to poisonous emissions. Not true. Will you commit implementing a federal ban on fracking your first day in office, adding the United States the list of countries who have banned this devastating packed There's no question I'm in favor of banning, tracking? No, starting with what we could do on day one around public lands. And then there has to be legislation. But yes, And this is something I've taken on in California have a history of working on this issue and to your point, and you know that we have to just acknowledge that the residual impact of fracking is enormous in terms of the impact on the health and safety of communities, So thank you. So would you be an offshore drilling? Yes. And I've again worked on that. Okay, That's good. That's enough. Yeah, So remember now, remember Obama's trying to take credit. For the huge boon in energy production that we've had under President Trump. You know that started under May? Yeah. All that all that extra energy that started under May. No, You did everything you could to stop it. You were like Harris, you stopped any new fracking on public lands? That we're federally controlled. The increase in fracking that happened under Obama was all on private lands. And what we've done now, since Obama since Obama's been out and Trump has been in as we have become An energy surplus nation. We are exporting natural gas. We are exporting oil. We're the number one producer of oil and natural gas in the world. And this woman asking the question of Harris wants to end it all because it's just been devastating. No, it has not been devastating has been awesome. And so that's when she was against it. But now that she's running with Biden and body used to be against it now they're both for it. Now they're both for it. Clips. Seven. Police quote. I am not banning fracking during your primary campaign. You said that you supported a ban. Are you comfortable with Joe Biden's position? Yes. Because Joe is saying, Listen one those air good paying jobs in places like Pennsylvania. And to that we need to also invest and put a significant investment in the good paying union jobs that we can create around clean energy around renewable energy..

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U.S. coronavirus deaths top 100,000 as country reopens

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:57 min | 2 years ago

U.S. coronavirus deaths top 100,000 as country reopens

"Joining us now. Our chief medical correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta and our chief political correspondent Dana Bash Sanjay cases of this virus. There clearly rising across the south. And there's new model predicts hospitalizations will actually take up up by mid June. Could we actually soon see certain areas of the country? Go the other direction. Shut back down. Yeah I mean I think that's a real concern wolf if you look at four of the five states that have had greater than a fifty percent increase in overall infections They're all states that have reopened early at the end of April or the beginning of May and we may be seen now the impact of that or people out more people getting exposed and more people will get sick as a result. So that. But that's GonNa be the real concern wolf which you're raising. We know there's going to be more infections as you start to reopen will surge and start to go into exponential growth in these places which would then require a possibly having to shut things down again will it keep it a sort of higher baseline level. We don't know yet but it is concerning that we're starting to see the correlation between early reopening now and this increase in infections and we do know. Sanjay that that Model that the White House coronavirus task force relies on from the University of Washington. Medical School is projecting. Yes one hundred and one thousand deaths so far over these past three months in the United States. But they're still projecting by early August and that's not very far down the road it could be more than one hundred forty thousand deaths in the United States. That's their assumption right now. That's their assumption and it constantly changes. I mean these models are tough. You know if you look at at one point that same model said there might be sixty thousand people who have died by the middle of August and obviously the number greatly surpassed. You gotta take these models with a little bit of grain of salt. I think the big question here wolf is that this isn't a bifurcated either. You're open or your shut in terms of these states Is almost like a policy issue versus a people issue. The policy is these states are reopening but if people are still being careful maintaining physical distance not having long interactions with people which is defined as around fifteen minutes Not Being in close spaces together not gathering emerged groups all those things that can make a significant difference. We now have evidence of that here in this country. There's evidence of it around the the world. So if opening doesn't mean pre March sixteenth could hopefully be a beneficial thing in terms of not letting these infections start to go into exponential growth. And these these new concerns come as the death toll clearly has now surpassed one hundred thousand one hundred one thousand right now but it took the president quite a while to make any comment at all on this very very grim and sad milestone. What does that tell you he? It's not who he is. He did eventually put out a tweet and say exactly what a president should say but it did take longer than perhaps it should have and he didn't come out and make a statement and that is kind of in keeping with the way that he and his administration but particularly he with his towards reelection or he hopes. Reelection is Doing this now. At a distance at an arm's length the time of him being on about this hour on a daily basis for sometimes ninety minutes to two hours. That seems like ancient. History now because backfired. He wanted to be a wartime president And for while he tried to do it. It didn't work Because it backfire because of this statement that he made and he never did it again but there is a middle ground and that is to be a leader let Americans here from the scientists and to not stoke cultural differences when it comes to masks and other things. But he's not dealing

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"dana bash" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Go through it fine tooth comb is that the story that's VS I mean they they they gavel dating gaveled out in under two minutes this morning so it's not terribly I don't know bailing you out if you are affected by this doesn't really matter because well we got to make sure that things like gas from rhino Newseum's are paid for right now or at the post office gets bailed out yes there's nothing to do with this pandemic right now or that you know we have a new what what is it new emissions guidelines for airlines yeah that's reduced the group the one we're gonna try to shoehorn in tax credits for wind mills and dead yes is as employees that need the money right that is true I lease or something there Gee whiz this so Nancy Pelosi I I was glad to hear this because Dana bash was doing an interview with Nancy Pelosi Dana bash on CNN by the way a shock to me last week by saying that president trump is being the leader he needs to be yes you wouldn't know it from a lot of media but she did say that I think maybe social distancing has gotten Dana bash out of the bubble a little bit so it's finally working may because she's interviewing Nancy Pelosi and Nancy Pelosi is trying to sell or this bill of goods that everything that the house once in this current relief package is directly tied to covert nineteen or the corona virus right at it's not but that's what she's trying to argue and data bash actually stopped her in her tracks good listen to this all of everything we're suggesting just relates to covet nineteen it's not about making law for the future it's about public well except for income nineteen is for the future.

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"dana bash" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on KTRH

"The media has decided that at this point the program trump's doing too well for it's going to get a job you want to know you know how good a job he's doing CNN's Dana bash actually said on a year to a shocked panel she actually said the residents doing a good job I mean that can't be allowed to happen the Democrats are licking their chops all my god we're going to get trump everything was going so great and then this virus and he had no control over comes in and this is going to do it we're gonna drive the unemployment rate up small businesses are gonna collapse everybody's going to be angry we're gonna say that all this happened because of trump that's why we can't blame the Chinese we can't blame the Chinese for hiding this we can't call the Chinese virus before it's done it'll be Donald trump's fall and the Chinese Communist Party the CCP is pushing this and now that's why we're seeing that lamp because writing article C. N. N.'s that that that's part what we're gonna do is we're gonna have we're gonna do everything we can to destroy America's economy and when we got that done and everybody's mad about it we're gonna say well it didn't have to happen but it was Donald trump's fault none of none of it had to happen we didn't have to have all these problems but Donald Trump let it happen because you this president is terrible president we should impeach him because he got on the phone with Ukraine and everybody got sick and the Muller investigation proves that Muller best kitchen said that he was holding a respiratory respirators but his son in law Jared was had them in the basement in there but they didn't give them to anybody and now everybody got sick everybody got the corona and it's all it's all bad and that's why he keeps going Chinese virus because really Donald trump's issue it is his fault and please let Joe Biden that would be silly if it weren't so real when it but trump's doing such a good job that Dana bash actually for a moment CNN didn't have a chance to tell him Hey don't say anything nice about trump she accidentally did this is just coming back to where this conversation started after the press conference out here with Jon J. saying about twenty patchy giving you know a little bit more wiggle room than than others but if you look at the big picture this was remarkable from the president of the United States this is a nonpartisan this is it's an important thing to note into applied from an American standpoint from a from a human standpoint he is being the kind of leader that people need at least in tone today and yesterday in tone that people need and want and you're in for in times of crisis and uncertainty what are are you wait but you won't hear that again not between now and November so relish this moment the irony of this is just coming back to where this conversation started after the press conference out here with Jon J. sang about twenty found she giving you know a little bit more wiggle room than than others but if you look at the big picture this was remarkable from the president of the United States this is a nonpartisan this is it's an important thing to note into applied from an American standpoint from a from a human standpoint he is being the kind of leader that people need at least in tone today and yesterday in tone that people need and want and you're in for in times of crisis and uncertainty about two hours ago the president spoke on the issue just a few of his reversing factories one major manufacturers.

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Coronavirus takes center stage at Democratic debate

AM Tampa Bay

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus takes center stage at Democratic debate

"Will take a break here and talking about the coronavirus as the Democrats held their first debate between the last two candidates last night then Michael did you feel that there was a clear winner in that I feel like there there were some clear winners in that I would also say that I think coronavirus invaded the entirety of that debate last night not just because the podiums were spaced unusually far apart for social distancing not just because the two candidates didn't shake hands but instead bumped elbows awkwardly like two old white guys you'd expect and then you add that no audience at also the weirdly weird dynamic last night for the debate lot of people on social media seem to like it seem to appreciate the concept of not having an audience there we did end up getting up fairly revealing night between the two of them one on one format which made for much more interesting topics and much more subdued portion of what was happening on the stage but I think that it wasn't a perfect night for Joe Biden but he's got to be walking away from this feeling pretty happy on how things went because as the front runner and your Joe Biden who's not only leading in the delegate count but also appears to be leading by most states in tomorrow's portion of the primary by double digits you needed Bernie Sanders have a big night something dramatic something to try to turn this around and that did not happen for Bernie Sanders last night so while you did have Sanders attacking Biden on his voting history and even at one point in time had by defending his record on social security which he may have actually lied about a little bit last night you're starting to see this the get down to the brass tacks between the two and frankly this might be and what appeared to be the last debate that Bernie Sanders will be apart of depending on how things go tomorrow in the four states in the primary yeah you really you really think that Bernie really need to take the headline last night but I think Biden took the headline with basically committing his vice president as a woman yeah and even then when they followed up with a question of Bernie Sanders he still sort of had very single you I'm I'm kind of leaning that way but not really committing to anything whereas Joe Biden moments earlier had completely committed to that I sort of stole the show even to the point where Dana bash would ask the question because the better cameras not only was she popped arise over like wow that's a really big news that the headline right there and I think that's a part of the case you know again if you were and I don't know that job I was looking to steal anything away from Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden is a leader in the clubhouse but at the end of the day he did exactly that and and everything that seemingly came from Bernie Sanders last night was all the same kind of stuff we've heard before so there wasn't anything new there wasn't anything necessarily ground breaking everything was kind of tainted by this corona virus and everything you know became that topic or something coming back to that topic almost made any other topic look like a side show but for the most part I think it was the same old song and dance from Bernie Sanders and you saw a Joe Biden who really seemed on the ball last night

Could John Bolton be an impeachment game-changer?

Mark Levin

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Could John Bolton be an impeachment game-changer?

"To this it's a game changer cut five go tell me what your thoughts are and if you had a chance more importantly to speak to your colleagues as things have really been stirred up here and scrambled to witnesses I think this is a game changer because I sat there and listened to the president's lawyers and this weekend and their whole case was this didn't happen basically this didn't happen look at they read out of but it didn't happen what happened what happened you any at all no you don't understand she's smart when she's not abusing her staff I mean she's one of the the women of non color endorsed by the New York times editorial page is going to be good she was a doors with the other woman of non color all my goodness well then how dare you question her the game changer because apparently gordinier times trump did in fact do what they say he didn't do and what did they say he didn't do treason bribery other high crimes and misdemeanors including quid pro quo but there wasn't a quid pro quo it never happened but it's a game changer what's a game changer this whole thing is sympathetic go ahead and now you have the national security adviser the gate keeper and all the information basically saying they did happen me tell you something lady if you ever present the United States in your national security adviser to chief of staff thank god for bid if you ever are by the way your light weight but just imagine you think they're gonna let their NSA then the security adviser the chief of staff to see what you think they're going to let these these people just testified before Congress **** nilly no did Obama now did Clint didn't know but listen now they talk like morons to one another Hey Dana bash in any clubs here no I had and how they're going to vote on I don't know how they denied the American public the truth how they came to me Slade in a second you're not voting on impeachment this you understand how the constitution works Mister producer it's a trial you're voting on infection or innocence you're not voting on impeachment not go ahead go ahead we called involvement to testify eve got Susan Collins now saying it's tell me something genius why didn't the Democrats who control the house call both the test of why did they force the issue well let and this is where they they lose it and this is where the media let him go well you see it would take too long to make take pretty much we didn't have time for that we got to get rid of them well how does that change in the Senate the Senate I don't know I we need it go ahead I met Ronnie already saying the Bolton chin testify so now we have Democrats left wing Democrat she's no moderate centrist now with these left wing cook Democrats running for president quoting Susan Collins and Mitt Romney quoting I could never vote for Susan Collins of Maine I know what you're thinking up their look it's called what he wanted to here's the thing I can't stand her she's a front Mitt Romney Utah I can never vote for Mitt Romney another front another fraught utterly unprincipled look you don't have to be a an ideological conservative although from Utah I don't understand why the main maybe not but but you have to be a two million I can't vote for chameleon I will like to millions but that said that Cheney club but you're quoting Mitt Romney and Susan

"dana bash" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To proclaim that impeachment is urgent because if president trump is not impeach and he will steal the election so again it's a preemptive impeachment they don't have evidence that trump committed bribery don't have evidence that from committed a crime there and even alleging a crime actually but Adam Schiff believes based on his long years long experience I believe in the twenty sixteen was stolen I believe the twenty twenty will be stolen because after all president trump is the type of steely person who's easy Steely Dan likes to steal things as Adam Schiff in overt wire saying things on TV given that the president has made clear he's not going to stop seeking for intervention our election he's out on the White House lawn saying that if we're being honest there's a simple answer I want you created to this investigation right his lawyer even this week was in Ukraine sinking did they get the same kind of dirt so the timing is really driven by the urgency and that his national security issue yes a national security issue an issue of our election integrity yes I'm I'm sure I'm sure I'm sure Adam Schiff that really what you care about this election integrity it really is not about the fact that Democrats have never accepted the fact that Hillary Clinton lost this election now does any of this make a difference in the end the answer is of course it does not of course it is not and everybody understands this whole thing is ridiculous and over the top what was the media try to play this off as this is just Democrats doing their sad sad duty Dana bash on CNN says it's a great moment for the Republic a grave grave moment you see the excitement in her eyes but it's very grave on the historic moments Dana bash explain the history the history laden impacted this moment you can feel it in the air here it feels.

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"dana bash" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"dana bash" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You to talk about the potential of a lesson lets you watch it no I didn't they're like not what my pleasure I watch the debate live you don't have to you're lucky I had to all right well anyway can you guess about what they said and then you and I can argue about it I bet there for a bit have Medicare for all yes that did come up how is that going to be paid for Mike the rich and famous will pay for it that's all a guide of Republicans or know of anybody who fears I didn't know there were rich Democrat all you've you've kitten or a lot more of them than there were Republicans what exactly can valley for example in the Warren Buffett and mark Zuckerberg they're all Democrats all my goodness you're right George Soros okay all right thank you John yes Sir okay I've got a Gretchen sound here I only have three little bits I couldn't stand to do anymore and she was very helpful in getting those recorded from I gave her the eighty some odd page transcript and she had to find the thirty five seconds that I want to just go to that okay the question came up about whether or not we should decriminalize what is now the illegal act the felonious act of crossing the United States border without permission they call this decriminalizing illegal border crossings except they don't like to use the word illegal senator Warren is flatly in favor of decriminalizing it so the question was put to her by Dana bash three moderator Jake tapper Dana bash and don lemon by the way Jake tapper Wally leans left is is one of the few relatively fair media liberals don lemon is very liberal Dana bash is liberals well not as far left as don lemon okay so here's the question let's put to Elizabeth Warren by Dana bash and listened to her answer senator Warren you say the provision making illegal border crossings a crime is totally unnecessary please respond so the problem is that right now the criminalization stature is what gives Donald Trump the ability to take children away from their parents it's what gives him the ability to walk up to people at our borders we need to continue to have border security and we can do that but what we can do is not live our values I'm down to the border I have seen the mothers I have seen the cages of babies we must be a country that every day lives our values and that when someone they use and just to clarify would you decriminalize.

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Vanilla Ice on Quarantined Emirates Flight at JFK

Dana Loesch

01:48 min | 4 years ago

Vanilla Ice on Quarantined Emirates Flight at JFK

"Crazy. There was a plane that landed from emerets, you a United Arab Emirates, and it had to be like that people had to be quarantined or something the air. This is crazy story. It was at JFK. Passengers are apparently super ill. They were coughing. They had fevers. They're quarantined crew was taken away. Ten passengers were it was a quarantine flight from you a ten passengers were removed y'all vanilla ice is on that plane. Crazy pilot raised concerns that passengers appear to be sick with fevers over a hundred degrees. And it was from Dubai to New York it landed a little bit after nine AM eastern time. No one's officials are investigating. I swear to you. There's like a scary series. That's on Netflix that started legit just like this. But without but not with Manila is like with somebody else, and they all ended up being vampires. You guys know what I'm talking about? Like it was on. It was crazy. It is insane. They said that I mean, it's surrounded by all kinds of emergency first responders, and they got I may just add five hundred passengers ten of them were taken off. Holy cow. And they're still investigating. They were all asked to fill fill out a CDC form, and oh man they had to they had to leave and like the edges crazy. They said that one of the passengers said worse flight ever the plane was basically a flying in. Memory mope, many of these people should have never been allowed to board. And oh my gosh. This just crazy and one passenger said that sick passengers run a lower level some not everybody was sick. But they quarantined everything they said they had flu like symptoms. Oh my

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Senator John McCain, Barbara Kusak and President George W Bush discussed on Warren Pierce

Warren Pierce

00:18 sec | 4 years ago

Senator John McCain, Barbara Kusak and President George W Bush discussed on Warren Pierce

"Secretary of. State Mike Pompeo said the US will continue to hold accountable those responsible for what he described as the horned ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in. Myanmar the common came on the one year anniversary of the conflict that drove more than seven hundred thousand Kinga into neighboring.

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White House says Trump “disagrees” with Putin’s offer to interview Americans

Steve Dahl

03:42 min | 4 years ago

White House says Trump “disagrees” with Putin’s offer to interview Americans

"In a devastating fire at a prospect heights condo complex Catherine Catalin, has details Lisa now, believe it was a twelve year old child possibly playing with a lighter that touched off the massive fire now hundreds will look for a new place to live the fire. On MacIntosh court, destroyed ninety six units crews have been boarding up what is left of the place firefighters on the scene today checking for, hotspots many residents want answers ABC seven reports they confronted the prospect. Heights police chief l. Stephens as to why, the fire burned for so long upset at the preliminary 'cause as to whether or not the. Child started the fire on purpose but the chief says he has. No comment on that so far. Stephens adds it appears to be accident Catherine Catalane WLS. AM eight nine news, the White House says the President Trump disagrees with Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to, allow the US to question, twelve Russians accused of interfering. In the two thousand sixteen election in exchange for permitting Russia to interview Americans the Accuses of unspecified crimes correspondent Dana bash has part of, the, statement from the White House. Press secretary on the proposal Sarah Sanders is saying it is a proposal that was made insincerity by President Putin. But, President Trump disagrees with that hopefully President Putin will have the twelve identified Russians come. To the United States to prove their innocence. Or guilt the White House has said had said Wednesday it was under consideration. Even though the State Department, called Russia's. Allegations against the Americans absurd and the president and those around him are trying to make clear that they agree with intelligence. Officials that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen election after some responses, to reporter questions that brought conflicting statements Bob Costantini reports. That agreement on Russia's efforts stops when it comes, to the idea of who, benefited US. Intelligence agencies say much of what Moscow did with its election. Interference attempts to hurt Hillary Clinton and conversely elect Donald. Trump who was the Republican nominee but at the Aspen institute economic forum homeland security secretary cures to. Nielsen Still sensitive to. The. President's sensitivity to the idea he benefited but we've seen on the foreign influence, side is they were attempting to. Intervening cause chaos on both sides Russia's Vladimir. Putin said at the Monday news conference in Helsinki he was pleased. That Donald Trump on the US presidency since, as a candidate Mr. Trump called for better relations with Russia Bob Costantini Washington the White House says President, Trump has extended an invitation to Vladimir Putin to meet in Washington this fall discussions are underway and during an appearance at the economic club of Chicago this afternoon Bill Cameron says mayor Emanuel. Made himself the most vulnerable we've ever seen him got emotional and revealed what he considers the most miserable part of, his job as mayor Rahm Surjit rips the soul out of him to talk to families by gun violence here's what he says he tries, to tell him as a, father I, don't want, you to be alone I love you Watching you And as many as tomorrow's this. Is takes. We're here I think. It sucks I'll take. Any fight you wanna give me. On. Politics anyone you take this I don't wanna do. It anymore it just. Sometimes just the hardest piece of. Crap. Of this job And I don't. Invite anybody I don't go with the media I just think it's And. Then you meet somebody Who you know Figured out how to get up the next day and get back in that. Gives me energy you wanna do it if they, can do it we. Can do it, the mayor said Chicago is not a tale, of two cities but a tale. Of two investments, and he says we should all sees the current good economy to help the guy on the corner who would take an opportunity if he could get one at city hall..

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Trump offers support for both Republican immigration bills

Glenn Beck

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Trump offers support for both Republican immigration bills

"Immigration meeting players lawsuit i'm elliot francis president trump is promising gop lawmakers that he'll support either of the immigration bills making their way through the house right now as protest grows over the policy of separating immigration immigrant children from their parents at the border correspondent dana bash has details on tuesday's meeting on this issue of children and separating children from their families what i'm told that the president did behind closed doors is really talk about it in the political context talking about the images and the optics about how bad it is politically much more so than about the policy in general and that rubbed some republicans the wrong way who i talked to who are saying wait a minute it's not just about the optics are not good it's about what we're doing to these children and trump administration getting out of the un human rights council us is halfway through a three year term on the un rights body and had long threatened to quit if it wasn't reformed it's also accusing the fortyseven member geneva based body of being anti israel lendvai player sterling brown is sowing the walkie ambitious police department over his stun gun arrest sierra crawford has more wonky bus player alleges that he was wrongfully arrested in mistreated because of his race by police department with the history of excessive force against black people also that one of the officers violated his rights by training a parking violation as a criminal offence mr brown hopes that real discipline will be issued for the violation of his constitutional right attorney mark thompson says the suit is not motivated by money but brown is seeking a change in the way the department treats men of color milwaukee as an example to the country of what a city can do to turn itself around i'm sierra crawford extra big ratings this weekend for a pair of world cup matches that thrilled and shocked fans mexico's one win over germany pulling four million viewers i'm elliot francis are you looking for senior care for.

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