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"daniel coleman" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

"The tournament itself did not even mention once this explosive accusation against him that was backed by various well known poker pros that had analysed the whole thing. I would think that would be worth mentioning. They don't have to take position. They're not worried about getting sued. They they could say that. Daniel coleman said on twitter on this date. That sentence has happened and said that perry did this to him and such and such other people came out to support. It and perry has not commented on this. They can say that. That's not making any kind of statement about perry or making any kind of assertion about him saying that coleman said this about him and that others were backing it up in poker we that sure. That's exactly what happened. They don't have to take a position but they're choosing not to. Which is weird. So first card player wouldn't take a position on it and now we have Pocket fives doing the same thing on a podcast and at first i thought that he had appeared on this podcast but he didn't. This is a podcast from june eighth. This is hosted by last bradley and donnie. Peters land bradley formerly a bluff and donnie peters formerly of poker news. These are veterans of poker media. And i'm very surprised that they didn't bring this up. If you're going to talk about sean. Perry and here. They're not just giving like tournament results here. They're discussing him as a poker player and the way the community is reacting to hip..

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"daniel coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"USA band sounds like the princess is great really happy to see you because I know you as a as a as a a flesh and blood person the problem is that social media from drunk strangers can't get that done and as a result of that social media between strangers is not a it's not a compliment to real human relationships it's a substitute for real human relationship that does not give you the bio chemical on it does not meet your needs it even worse it's a contempt machine because it reduces you to some guy with a Twitter handle it reduces you to something that's literally less than human and kind of forbid it's anonymous and I can dehumanize you and I can dehumanize me and that's the reason that we're going down this terrible rabbit hole of contempt largely driven by the relationships that we see on social media so how how can you fix that without completely unplugging because you I've checked your Twitter account an hour ago before we got into the studio and you've been tweeting out practical things mostly from this book but ways to tackle the culture of contempt but using a medium Twitter that is largely at least in the political space I think sports Twitter is a foretaste of heaven yeah a little cold its it's main ingredient seems to be contempt hi how can we solve this problem unless everybody unplug because I don't think you're recommending that no I'm not and and I don't well even if I did it would be practical there's no reason for me to recommend that it's not gonna happen in the meantime but one thing that I do recommend is that that people think about the social media behavior and say is this complimenting my life or is this substituting for real relationships in my life and you can see both I mean I've got I mean my kids are sixteen nineteen twenty one they're they're pretty good on social media I mean they use it because they want actually set up to where they gonna meet for example in my oldest son uses Facebook to figure out where he's going to meet his buddies in college or they're gonna have a meeting for something he but he doesn't use it as a substitute for human relationships I think that people are actually not withstanding all the scary things we see I think it's actually getting better at one the things that I recommend is to say my substituting for real human relationships because if I am I'm gonna get an oxytocin deficit I'm gonna have less pleasure I'm gonna be more contemptuous I'm gonna be less effective I'm gonna be less successful and that's bad thank god I make sure it's a compliment for your real human relationships I recommend talking on social media with your real friends that you see regularly and not others the other thing that I recommend is to try to use it and and this is my experiment on social media so you know United follow each other you notice that I'm I I I I'm just not gonna say mean things on Twitter I lash myself to the mass I announced on social media that I'm gonna do John Gottman's rule you know yes it's five to one rule with couples five beautiful things for every criticism I'm gonna say five nice positive constructive aspirational loving things for every one thing that I say that's maybe a joke or maybe this will be critical in what I find is after I do the five and gets the one I just think I'm committing myself to using at using it as a positive meetings I mean I'm gonna get fifty million followers nope because it's a lot more interesting and fun to get that dopamine head which is another neuro transmitter another hormone in the brain that they give you this little reward when you get stimulated away either positive or negative that that you see when somebody's insulting somebody else unlucky part of that but I have to say Twitter doesn't **** me out because I'm only participating in a way if I feel like I'm lifting other people up you mentioned leaders who succeed with the two different tactics in this book you unpack coercive leadership and authoritative leadership which I think could also be called aspirational leadership is in the box you also said your pot you're optimistic about where we're headed why what what we have you covered the course of leaders succeed and don't we see more of that now yes of course of leaders and and then this is language is taken from Daniel Coleman from Harvard who's done work on thousands of CEOs and your political leaders were mostly CEOs and what he says is categorized and using a statistical technical factor analysis not that that's an important one as he breaks up into bins of different kinds of leaders and R. one polar renders these divisive leader because of course of leaders and that's kind of self explanatory there the ball is there the Yeller is there that the contempt towards you know they they they treat other people with contempt and they demand immediate compliance a lot of what we see in politics today certainly what we see a lot of media and entertainment on the other end authoritative leaders are visionaries they basically say they don't say come with me now they say do you see a better future do you wanna do you wanna come with me their winsome they they they make people want to follow them that's authoritative leaders work now one of the things that we know from American history is a course of leaders have succeeded and they have succeeded is significantly and and and they've had a lot of followers and they won elections but they don't last for long and when they go down they go down ugly they tend to fragment no this is not the case and naturally populous countries you know France is a much more populous place as a result coercive populist leaders tend to hang on for a lot longer but not in the United States what we see is generally that that coercive populist leadership only tends to be successful in the ten fifteen years after the financial crisis why because the financial crisis what it does is it it doesn't create low economic growth increased uneven economic growth we're really the economic growth comes after financial crisis it almost all the crews of the top twenty percent of the economic distribution was a lot of resentment it makes perfect sense is a lot of research that shows that leads to a surge in in support for populist politicians and parties just exactly what we're seeing now but then it ends when it ends it ends badly for this course of leaders the authoritative leaders they have an opportunity I believe we have a market opportunity and here's the key statistics on it I wanna I wanna talk to share and and and you know talk about this before but I'm really excited about this I'm happy about this there's a group called more in common other works in United States and Great Britain and it is kind of what it sounds like you know what we have in common and they do a lot of very high quality polling they find that ninety three percent of Americans hate how divided we're becoming as a country okay now the dark side of that is a seven percent of Americans don't hate how divided we've become as a country why because they're profiting from it they're getting famous and powerful ritual getting internet clicks and or there maybe just kind of sociopathic personalities but the ninety three percent of us which is most people watching us right now and you in me I know for sure we want something better and that's a market opportunity for authoritative leadership takes longer takes more skill but I like ninety three percent a lot more like seven percent Arthur Brooks interviewed by Republican senator from Nebraska Ben Sasse his book love your enemies so let me play devil's advocate one of the reasons we see so much contempt played out even when we know it's a bad habit for us to continue indulging in again and again surely seems to be because of the media the market signals we send back to the media is that these are the kinds of stories we want so one thing ninety three percent maybe just putting on rose colored glasses when the pollsters asking them a direct question but what's borne out in their day to day behavior is that we all kind of like that the quick put down yeah you know that that is possible of course but I look at the data the say that where we say we don't like it and it makes us unhappy and further more about research that shows that when people are participating in a climate of contempt either being treated with contempt order treating others with contempt that it enhances stress hormones but it makes people feel lonelier and these are all of the things that we see we see higher and higher levels of stress in our society we see lower lower levels of social capital more people say they feel lonely and they're they're pressed in this is this is non trivial loosely related to the political and ideological climate America today what this means to me is that we are an equal kind of a sub optimal equilibrium right now because we have leaders leaders and media leaders on campuses leaders in politics leaders in entertainment we're making a big profit by actually being in the seven percent in in what look what if that's all you got you're gonna take one side or the other you know I can take the other side screamers we're gonna take your own size but we don't like it we're looking for something better this is the reason I've always been so bullish on your political life is because you're not that one guy I mean the whole thing Braskem in it's a this is what's so good when I hear you talk because you're you're you're the man for the ninety three percent we need more people like this this is a this is a a pregnant moment this is a moment waiting to happen in American politics today we are sick of that and it's time for us to stand up to seven percent say look I will take it and and by the way I am addicted I'm an addict but there are lots of products this is another point that you're making they're a lot of products that we consume and we consume regularly and that we patronize to to great market effect that we hate you know one of the reasons that the the the the the the cigarette companies are now trying to make cigarettes less dangerous and even less addictive is because people started to figure out the tobacco was something that people are addicted to when they get to spend a lot of money on but they didn't like it because it was hurting them that is the product that we house in contemptuous politics today as as you know and with the vehicle things like social media we do it all the time we're stuck on it but we don't like her lines we want something better we're waiting for that something better this book is filled with fascinating social science research so I don't want to as historian force history on to you but since you just brought up the two thousand eight financial crisis and how this sort of division of unequal growth leads to a lot of envy and and contempt as a product and then these habits or form and then the reinforced on to do a little more history for us thirty years ago there wasn't as much contempt in American public life as there is today right what one of that historical reasons that led us to get here why do why why did we get into this vicious cycle will so thirty years ago there was less but that's it's not to say that that we're an all time high I mean there there's a lot you statistics historical statistics rose really tricky to use and and pretty easy to manipulate it is true that we are as politically polarized as we were at any time since the American Civil War however using waxing and waning of highly contentious politics again what you see is a generally following the financial crisis of a ten or fifteen year cycle of populism the the populist political rhetoric is almost always contemptuous it's almost impossible to be a very very positive populist if not I'm finding courage in people and and in this book and in this interview in our time together is for people to be positive populace to be authoritative populace in a way to grab that ninety three percent of that typically is not how we see populism take form so there's a lot of historical trends that that have happened along the way we see times like this in the late nineteenth century where in nineteen eighteen ninety to nineteen ninety six we had we had financial crisis one on.

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"daniel coleman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Check in with this is a business rockstars we've got one here today again James Arthur ray from harmonic wealth global C. James thank you it's good to see you man behind the secret which is one of the most empowering books and movies I've ever seen I mean by getting the inside out why would I was one of the guys behind them okay but yeah I for this but yeah you know I think I think I really have is from the inside out whether it's a run a business to run alive you know who you are your results a reflection of you and what is it about some entrepreneurs to feel like they have to be the boss they have to be that means that you know the main you know do what I say I'm sure there are still people like that around I don't know why but I mean how do you change those people who go in every day no you respect me my doors close you can come in as well first of all I my personal belief is that if you're the smartest guy in the room you're in the wrong room I want to be in the room or on the list at least until the room because that's that's going to be some synergy and maybe I'll get some through osmosis I think a lot of that is is it ignorance and we're all ignorant you know we think that's a pejorative term but in the literal sense it's a gig there and they can order on solve something some fundamental fact and I think that's you know conditioning that because I have a position I have to be the smartest guy or gal in the room and and you know when you look at the businesses that are really thriving like a Zappos for instance or for many other states they are really an amalgam of a lot of great minds a lot of great input there's a lot to being a people person to write I mean getting involved in power along with your employees yeah I mean Daniel Coleman who is the guy in emotional intelligence his research proves that emotional intelligence projects business success far beyond you know intellectual intelligence and so that's an ability that we have to develop or hurt if we don't have it inherently then we probably need to be smart enough to bring someone on our team who has a let them handle the people issues James Arthur ray is our guest from harmonic wealth global and you know I think it takes a big man I mean this that was somebody at work and you're the boss to be able at the end of that day put your arm around the guys who look with a little you know the problem let's get over and now bowls call with that on your on your mind right I mean I think everybody can do that that's a great start it really is in fact I just happened to me this week with all my team members I I sit down with her and I said Hey look you know I'm I'm really sorry how I handled that I could handle it better in many cases sometimes I think the point I'm trying to make is right is right well my delivery is wrong and so I think that was right there yeah there is a way to do that right sure disagree with somebody in the delivery of the right way there there is I think what you have to keep in mind that in my experience is that you can you can adamantly disagree with the behavior but you never minimize the person and and that sometimes that's a finance right but as long as you hold the person in the highest regard you couldn't you can separate that and both of you talk about the behavior and now that's over here right but I'm always going to respect and honor the person and if you get good at them then you're really good yeah I was talking to a guy that works that works with us here and I had some ideas form and I said what about this what about that what about that and he was saying L. with good reasons all of them so I finally said with this conversation and pointless right he said a hundred percent that's great and we're both fine with that were very good friends you know how do you empower your employees or people around you our guide for one thing but how do you do that how do you transfer that well the fact is you don't people have to empower themselves and is a great leader what we have the ability to do is to create a context in an environment where they hopefully will do that it's tough tablet soliciting gives entrepreneurs to to start today with treating people better at work answered well I think we all have to remember there were ten ninety nine employees to live right I mean the congressmen well the country is going to be a faster than we know yesterday we want for sure I don't care you know if you're the CEO I was running a ten million dollar business and it was gone in a matter of months you know it can be gone just like that so if we can continue to remind ourselves that everyone on our team as a volunteer you know even if they're on payroll they can go elsewhere there there's nothing keeping them here besides hopefully passion purpose and and hopefully you're paying them well you know they're getting they're getting rewarded but that's the least of the three according to research so if we can remember that then we might begin to approach people a little bit more carefully analysts because virtual fermented because I I actually think that the best thing I've learned in my life in the last ten years is gratitude and I get up every day I make a gratitude list the morning noon and night and I really miss that and because I I look at those and I'll write down things that are obvious you know I'm a very great work and it's not a nice car I write things that you know fresh air clean water you know I go outside there's this plant I think people either think that that's not for them and they don't really know you realize it but they don't realize how great that is for your soul to look at that well it's not great for your soul but it it's great for your results you know off you may remember I was the guy in the secret who talk about gratitude my first book the science of success had a whole.

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"daniel coleman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hole here four hours to try to overturn the result of an election we don't elected people giving gentleman whose end is order this would suit in or will be considered in an orderly fashion the gentleman will not yell out and when I said to him to decide to see ladies and gentlemen for ever more will be a transcript of this hearing and while individuals like Nadler in the sheeple that support him on that committee think they're winning the day they're going to lose the history as well chef they are burning down the house of representatives they're burning down the corn they are burning down the rules and Chuck Todd Anne his ilk have no problem with that whatsoever they don't explain this to the American people none of it none of it it's a disgrace what's taking place here but they don't much care do they where it down maybe these are the radicals hello we go mark your Barry Burk the Democrat judiciary counsel this guy was a real sleaze ball eve caster the Republican counsel in your heart Nadler and gone mark added a little bit cut to go did you look at how many times president trump mention vice president Biden in a speech rally leading up to the July twenty fifth call president trump goes to a lot of rallies there's a lot of tweeting I think it's pretty difficult to for all too many conclusions from his tweets swore his statements are rallies Mister chair all sorry German Parmley part very gentleman is not recognized for parliamentary Mister chairman what is gentleman is not recognized the gentleman that Mister Burke has the time we ordered a nor the rules now witnesses to ask the questions then gentleman on how many of the rules are you just going to disregard gentleman there so it will suspend parliamentary inquires are not in order at this time well out of order order for this is not appropriate to have a way of avoiding a question or a point was a witness gentleman will cessation just wrong gentleman will remain in the quarter gentleman well I made a point of order in you won't rule on it I have not heard a point of order the genesis there's points chairman finally there's a point of order you state your point of order yes Mister chairman original rule nor precedent for anybody being a witness and then get it is not a question and so I have ruled we with them form of order is he's an appropriate to be up here asking questions is not a point of order he's here in accordance with rule six six with money do you have to give to get to do gentleman will not versions no no no no we don't cast dispersions in the house Judiciary Committee the chairman never cast aspersions on the house Judiciary Committee and the media love it during here these clowns like John Avalon for a polished guy who looks very much like a French maitre de but he's a sleaze ball like the rest of the I can hear the frustration now here's Daniel Coleman the Democrat council for the house intelligence committee test flying at the house Judiciary Committee and of course a former MSL as the contributing can see all the incestuous relationships pretty grotesque cut three go as I remember going over the U. crank investing our team our leaders convincing.

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"daniel coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"November twenty first edition of the DJB program on the air again for another hour or two or three or four depending on much time you have in which you're interested somebody use the word refreshing yesterday and communication with me to describe what they thought or in this case what he thought was the approach we take for me interviews in conversation what's going on in the world so it was a like like us on Facebook Facebook dot com forward slash the JV show we are the DJ beers Doug Stephan with general line and return a Cuban graduations the carousel and for being chosen she's the lucky one she gets to control the works you know is a piece of the you can order call the work right the most beads Jaber's have something they call the works yet everything they throw everything but the kitchen sink on the pizza do you like that who likes a pizza that I know all right speaking of fans generous a fan of Donald Trump and it seems that it's hard in many hours of programs and not start with something that Donald Trump has done or is involved in somehow or other its the Trapster who makes it to the top of the bill so Jennifer what do you have the top us out of here this morning transatlantic out start with impeachment but that that's probably well enough to always be beet red as use the tribe does this have dropped as that figuring out how to get around him is difficult to his hand delivered well yesterday we had day four of the public hearing into the impeachment inquiry it in cat on Capitol Hill the house intelligence committee leading that and that there were three witnesses but their money what might as well only been one because we got the most attention was ambassador to the European Union Gordon someone's not just for some contacts Gordon someone was there and talked about it yesterday and admitted donor to president trump's campaign I don't he says that's not the reason he became ambassador to the European Union because this was his life's work but he has a a rich guy ran a hotel empire and two became ambassador he gave his story about what her judging the rent I know your member it was like it was enough all him to give a million dollars to trump so he's yeah yeah so something important it was it take a small it he calls it like a small hotel chain but obviously it's doing well for him but I'm not sure which one it is we can look it up Carol beyond it she's our fact checker today at zero evidence hotels but I haven't heard of them so I'm not sure if I'm not what if they're in Europe author here what do you think that might just be the name of the company that owns and we don't know what the brand is Tombo debt I believe that a light on it yeah that's right download at rand motel six I'm Tom bowed and I'll leave the last all right I'll leave from front porch light on this okay so without my political had on for a second Gordon someone's testimony I found to be a bit problematic for Democrats and Republicans this guy gave a at all over the place testimony where he stepped on himself a Brazilian times he would say there's quid pro quo and then he would come back around and say well no that's not what I mean not quid pro quo but he said quid pro quo in his opening statement and the media ran with it and this is where the political hot goes back on and all the headlines were Gordon someone says that there was a quid pro quo in that trumpet everyone around him knew about it well then you have the Republicans come back around and tested and ask him questions for his testimony Mike Turner is the representative from Ohio and he said did Donald Trump ask you direct you to to ought to tell you crane that there was no there would be no military aid without their investigation into Joe Biden he says no and he said did anybody on the planet tell you that there would be no military aid without an investigation into Joe Biden and Gordon someone said no so then Mike Turner did this thing where he said well right now because of your testimony in your opening statement every news network CNN the drudge report has also said that the president was linked to the withholding military aid is that true Gordon someone says no and immediately it was so funny I was actually my car when I listen to that testimony and I've seen the headline on CNN before I started my journey soon as I got to my office I looked at CNN and they had changed their headline so Gordon someone had a lot of I don't know there is a lot of holes to be poked into his testimony and I think he created some headlines that were helpful to the Democrats in the morning and then helpful to Republicans in the afternoon I don't know how great of a witness he was truly because I listen to all of his testimony I heard him stepping on himself like that throughout the day so what about having men what he had to the conversation Veneman was on Monday or the other which is for Tuesday no no he just had gore it we guessed it was corn someone by himself in the morning and then a there was to it to other people from the state department in the afternoon and literally it was after Sunland because it was just so exit like just explosive and back and forth and they were so much they actually didn't even do the extended questioning for the other two in the afternoon they they got rid of the lawyers so Steve caster for the Republicans to Daniel Coleman for the Democrats did it have any questioning I think they wanted to wrap things up before it went to lungs they want people to watch the debates and that's what's really funny about all this is that they're also Democrat debates last night and I talked to my mom who's when I need to know I said I don't have a chance to watch the debate it's on my DVR who one what did you think because I trust she's gonna tell me her honest opinion she goes on to say I was so burnt out from the day that she's like I couldn't even consume much is like Kamel Harris did really well Joe Biden was okay as mayor Pete took a few heads told the Gabbard was a jerk you know all the that was kind of her review and she watched the whole thing but she said I was so done after watching all that trick testimony was hard for me to actually focus in on it what was being said at the debate so I think the idea was that they were trying to get the testimony rap so people could watch the debates but I'm curious to know from my friends who are Democrats if it was just overload for most people and they couldn't really get into the debate because of everything else that's been going on one of the things that I saw about the debate team to intrigue people was that all of the the moderators all the questioners were women right is that something is what I design bodies and because why would they apply design because not all women are yeah the questions were certainly not all focused on women's issues though so it was just maybe to give other women a chance to be moderators when it's usually mostly men men here I'm guessing it I don't know if we want to see an end to tell us what happened they said that the winners and this is in their order and we close our engine Welling Kamel harass people to judge the losers they say are the debate because they didn't like them and Joe Biden healthcare thinking forested very essences does your wife yeah that doesn't mean it's good well I have been able to watch the debate so we kind of you know somebody to think so I looked at the stand out moment for me what and Doug you'll appreciate this I guess maybe I don't know but the stand out moment for me I watched in the middle we watch the Messinger and then we switched over and I was like oh gonna forget about the debate and I couldn't watch for the answers to tired so I experience a bit of the burn out Jan implement that the only thing to me that came that really jumped out that was important is once again one candidate on entire stage mention the farmers and its mayor Pete and he's he's surging in the polls in Iowa he's from Indiana I think that he actually has I genuinely believe that he has a handle on the issues that are affecting farmers and no one else because without that right I know he was asked about the trade war and and I have a few quotes here that he that he said that I thought were really important and he said we shouldn't have to pay you the farmers to take the edge off of a trade war that should have started in the first place I agree with that he said that subsidies are not making farmers hole and he said he pointed in particular to those who plant soybeans and those who deal in ethanol and he said many rural rural Americans are worried that things are not going to turn around and did that it's almost as on it we're at the point where it's too late soybeans in ethanol aren't being the people who are growing Serbians and ethanol all right being reimbursed if that's the right word or they are being there that is not enough help running back on their cars anyway yeah and most of the aid the checks that have gone out have gone mostly to southeastern farmers that put that in quotation marks because half of the money as it's been tracked by several of the farm groups has gone to people who haven't got a farm down on a farm they in last sources yeah and then on the golf courses they yeah Park Avenue in New York and it's out it's just this damnable as the people here Sonny Perdue is the executor comes from Atlanta saw his house in Georgia and Florida and the southeastern states are getting the huge the biggest chunk and it's so obvious what's going on yet nobody's doing anything about it and he learned not focused on agriculture now and the family farm it's now it is V. where where he he also said something that you've been saying dog he said that monopolies and consolidation or killing farmers yeah he said there are a few places that sell supplies and fewer places to for them to buy their crops I think I think that it's pretty obvious that he has been yeah and I was very obvious that he's actually been trying to reel farmers at a yeah I think he'd make a good vice president he's too young to be president but he would make a fairly decent job of vice president Frank absent as a Bloomberg invited judge before together would be a good thing at one of his eyes are talking about what's going on Washington I want to mention something that has troubled me throughout this administration but is troubled me before as well it was a radio rover Jennifer you've been to one or more radio rose I think since trump and president right is it one I didn't want it to the one at the White House that was that's what I mean for that already I'm sorry I meant yeah I'm at the White House radio rose so there's one this week and featured some radio stations that have been favorable and covering trump that I've never been to see that's a little different because that they just took our company and they put us on the lawn of the White House either that's not all is there really a real experience which I think would be really cool action well it would be if all of us it would be if there if it was done fairly and I said this once before I've been to the four of them over the course of my broadcasting history I don't like the fact that this is a the house belongs to all of us it isn't the Republicans that on it it is the Democrats they're people who are there from a four one bit of time but the whole thing that we don't get invited in a universal sense really bothers me it takes me off frankly I go to a I I would be to going to take you guys with me if there was some at least if it was fair if they opened it up so that everybody can come and they have the same access to these people whether it's members of Congress are weather's vice president pants are whether the press whoever it is it's just not right and it's a it's getting under my skin yeah I don't know well you know it's interesting because I don't know that eight I mean I've never been personally invited like as our show so I I don't know exactly what the process is but I do know that the process political well it always has been I mean think about the places that you've been about that are out there is this rations to return as you know I think everybody should be invited at some point or another yeah it really is it bugs the heck out of anybody worthwhile anyway right okay so there is the Washington report here on the JV program now it's time for me to report on the status of your body how is well actually you need to report to me are you need to think to yourself does this make sense to you do you have aches from toe to.

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"daniel coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"daniel coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That's how president trump and I communicate a lot of four letter words this case three letter Holmes then said that he heard president trump ask quote is he meetings a Lansky gonna do the investigation to which he replied he's going to do it and then you added the president's a Lansky will do anything that you meeting president trump asked him to do you recall that I probably said something to that effect because I remember the meeting the president our presidents Lansky was very solicitous is not a good word he was just very willing to work with the United States and was being very amicable and so putting it in trump speak by saying he loves your ads will do whatever you want math that he would really work with us on a whole host of issues he was not only willing he was very eager right that's fair because Ukraine depends on the United States as its most significant allies is that correct one of its most absolutely so just so we understand you you were in Kiev the day after president trump spoke to presidents a Lansky on the phone and you now know from reading the call record that in that phone call he requested a favor for presidents a Lansky to do investigations related to the bidens and the two thousand sixteen election I do not know that yes and you met with president alliance he and his aids on the day after that phone call and then you had a conversation with president trump from your cell phone from a restaurant terrace and he asked you whether public presidents a Lansky will do the investigations and you responded that he's going to do them or it and the president's alleged he will do anything you ask them to do is that an accurate recitation of what happened there it could have been words to that effect I don't remember my exact response but you don't have any reason to dispute Mister Holmes recollection correct I won't dispute it but again I don't recall after you hung up with the president Mister Holmes testified about a conversation that you and he had where he says that you told Mister Holmes that the president does not care about Ukraine but the president use the more colorful language including a four letter word that you just reference to just reference do you recall saying that to Mister Holmes again I don't recall my exact words but clearly the president beginning on may twenty third when we met with him in the oval office was not a big fan but he was a big fan of the investigations apparently so and it coursing by democratic counsel Daniel Coleman that you said the president trump only cares about the quote big stuff that benefits himself that's something that you would have said at the time I don't think I would have said that I would have I would have honestly said that he was not a big fan of Ukraine and he wants the investigations that we have been talking about for quite some time to move forward that's what I would have set because that's the fact Mister Holmes Alsos remembers that you told him in giving an example of the big stuff the right in investigation that Rudy Giuliani was pushing do you recall that I don't I recall the reason I'm not by and but do you recall saying at least refer it referring to an investigation that Rudy Giuliani was pushing is that something that you likely what is that I would have yes no even if you don't recall specifically mentioning the bite an investigation to David Holmes we know that it was certainly on president trump's mine because just the day before in his call with president the Lynskey he mentions specifically the bite an investigation and I want to show you that exhibit that eggs are from the call on July twenty fifth where president trump says the other thing there's a lot of talk about Biden's son that bite and stop the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great biting went around bragging that he stop the prosecution so if you can look into it it sounds horrible to me residents alliance you then responds with a reference to the company that he's referring to and two witnesses yesterday said that when presidents a Lansky actually said the company he said a resume so you would agree that regardless of whether you knew about the connection to the bidens at the very least that you now know that that's what president trump wanted at the time through the recent investigation I now know it all of course and at this time you were aware of the president's desire along with Rudy Giuliani to do these investigations including the twenty sixteen election interference investigations I right that's correct and you said president trump directed you to talk to you and the others to talk to her Rudy guiliani the oval office on may twenty third is that right if we wanted to get anything done with Ukraine it was apparent to us we needed to talk to Rudy right you understood that Mister Giuliani spoke for the president correct that's correct and in fact president trump also made that clear to president Alinsky in that same July twenty fifth phone call he said Giuliani is highly risky highly respected man he was the mayor of New York City a great mayor and I would like him to call you I will ask him to call you along with the Attorney General Rudy very much knows what's happening and he is a very capable guy and after this president trump and mentions Mr Giuliani twice more in that call now from Mister Giuliani by this point you understood that in order to get that White House meeting that you want to presidents elected to have and the president's alleged he desperately wanted to have that Ukraine would have to initiate these two investigations is that right well they would have to announce that they were going to do it right because they because Giuliani and president trump didn't actually care if they did them right I never heard Mister Goldman anyone say that the investigations had to start or had to be completed the only thing I heard from Mr Giuliani or otherwise was that they had to be announced in some form and that form kept changing announced publicly announced publicly and you of course recognized that there would be political benefits to a public announcement as opposed to a private confirmation right well the way it was expressed to me was that the Ukrainians had a long history of committing to things privately and then never following through so as an trump presumably again communicated through Mr Giuliani wanted the Ukrainians on record publicly that they were going to do these investigations that's the reason that was given to me but you never heard anyone say that they really wanted them to do the investigations I didn't hear either way now your July twenty six call with the president was not the only time that you spoke to the president surrounding that Ukraine trip was it I believe I spoke to him before his call and that's so that that would be on July twenty fifth the day before yeah I think I was flying to Ukraine and I spoke with him if I recall correctly just before I got on the plane so that's two private telephone calls with president trump in the span of two days right correct you have direct access center president trump correct I had occasional access when he chose to take my call sometimes he would sometimes he wouldn't well he certainly took your call twice as it related to Ukraine on these two days is that right yet now the morning of July twenty fifth you texted ambassador Volker and we could bring up the next tax exchange at seven fifty four AM and you said call ASAP ambassador Volker did not respond to you for another hour and a half and he said hi Gordon got your message had a great lunch with your mock and then pass your message to him he will see you tomorrow think everything in place Volcker though an hour before that in about a half an hour before the phone call had texted under your mock a top aide for presidents a landscape and he wrote a good lunch thanks heard from White House assuming president Z. convinces Trumpy will investigate get to the bottom of what happened in twenty sixteen we will nail down date for visit to Washington good luck see you tomorrow investors on them was this message that Kurt Volker pass to Andre your mocked the message you left for Kurt Volker on that voice mail that he reference you know I don't remember Mister Goldman but it very well could have been you don't have any reason to think it wasn't right again I honestly honestly don't remember but seems logical to me and if ambassador Voelker testified that he did get that message from you you have no reason to doubt he testified that he got that message for me then I would concur with that so is it fair to say that this message is what you receive from president trump and a phone call that morning again if he testified to that to refresh my own memory then yes likely I would have received that from president trump but the sequence certainly makes sense right yeah that's you talk to president trump you told her vocal to call you you left a message for Kurt Volcker Volker sent this text message to Andre your mock to prepare presidents a Lansky and then you president trump had a phone call where presents a lens he spoke very similar to what was in this text message right right and you would agree that the message in this is that it is expressed here is that president the lens he needs to convince trump that he will do the investigations in order to nail down the date for a visit to Washington DC is that correct that's correct now I'm gonna move ahead in time to the end of August and early September when you came to believe I believe as you testified that it wasn't just the White House meeting that was contingent on the announcement of these investigations that the president wanted but security assistance as well you testified that in the absence of any credible explanation for the hold on security assistance you came to the conclusion that like the White House visit the aid was conditioned on the investigations that president trump wanted is that what you said in your opening statement it is so let me break this down with you by this time you and many top officials knew that that coveted White House meeting for presidents allies he was conditioned on these investigations right the announcement of the investigations thank you and that includes secretary Pompeii right many many people as well as I could about bio yes and acting chief of staff Mulvaney and you testified that this was a quid pro quo is that right I did and you at this point by the end of August and knew that the eight had been held up for at least six weeks is that correct I believe I found out through ambassador Taylor is that the eight had been held up around July eighteenth is when I when I heard originally and even though you search for reasons you'll never given a credible explanation is that right that's right and no when you spoke to thought that the age should be held to your knowledge is that right I never heard anyone advocate for holding the aid and now by this point at the end of August it went public in the Ukrainians knew about it right I believe there was some press reports you know presuming or who knows but I think at that point it became sort of common knowledge that everything might be tied together and in fact president so lets you brought it up at that September first meeting with vice president pence that you are at right I don't know if he brought it up specifically but asked where the aid was I think was more I think you he sort.

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"It can be taken that way I'm not sure if I it seems like a reasonable conclusion and if that is the case that would be consistent with the text message that ambassador Volker sent to Andre your mock right before the call is that right seemingly so now you you've testified in your deposition that a White House visit an oval office visit is very important to presidents aligned ski why is that the show of support for presents Lynskey still a brand new president frankly a new new politician on the Ukraine political scene looking to establish his bona feet is as a as a regional and maybe even a world leader wouldn't want to have a meeting with the United States the most powerful country in the world and Ukraine's it most significant benefactor in order to be able to implement his agenda it would provide him with some additional legitimacy at home yes so just to summarize in this July twenty fifth call between the presidents of the United States and Ukraine president trump demanded a favor of presidents a Lansky to conduct investigations that both of you acknowledge war for president trump's political interest not the national interest and in return for his promise of a much desired White House meeting for presidents a landscape limit is that an accurate summary of the excerpts that we just looked at yes miss Williams yes all of them in the U. immediately reported this call to the NSC lawyers why did you do that at this point I had already been tracking this initially I whatever different described as a alternative nerve false narrative and I was certainly aware of the fact that it was our turn to reverberate gain traction the fact that it in the July tenth call ended up being pronounced fire a public official official investors on when I had me alerted to this and I was subsequent to that report I was invited to follow up with any can other concerns to Mr Eisenberg gonna discuss that July tenth meeting in in a moment but when you say alternative false narratives are you referring to the two investigations that president trump referenced in the call yes now at some point did you also discuss how the written summary of the call records should be handled with the and it's the lawyers there was a founder report there was a discussion in the legal shop on the best way to manage a transcript yes what did you understand they concluded my understanding is that this was viewed as a sensitive transcript and to avoid leaks and the fire call the term properly or something along the lines of preserve the integrity of the transcript it should be segregated trustmark group of folks to preserve the integrity of the transcript what it what about me I'm not sure I I I yeah I mean it seems like a legal term among tourney but it was I didn't take it as anything in the Ferris I just I understood that they wanted to keep it into in a smaller group if there was really interested in preserving the integrity of the transcripts don't you think they would have accepted your correction of a recent should have been included not necessarily the way these edits occur are they they go through like everything else a approval process I made my contribution it was cleared by Mister Morris and then when I returned it you know sometimes that doesn't happen there and there were our administrative errors I think that in this case I didn't see it didn't when I first saw the transcript without that the two substantive items I had attempted include I didn't see that as far as I just saw it as a okay no big deal you know these might be meaningful but it's not that big a deal you said to substantive issues what was the other one now there was a reference and and section so on page for the top paragraph I'll let me you find the right spot okay Alexander been men of the National Security Council questioning by democratic counsel Daniel Coleman are you can look into it lips are there are videos so if I recall the recordings recordings instead of in a let's see is there should be a bush should have said and to what you heard that there are recordings correct did you ultimately learn where the call record was put I understood that it was being segregated into a separate system separate secure system why would why would be put on a separate secure system this is are definitely not unprecedented but at times are you if you want to limit access to a smaller group of folks you put on the secure system to ensure that a smaller group of people with access to the secure system out at can't you also limit the number of people who can access it on the regular system you can do that by to the best of my recollection the decision was made for frankly on the fly after my E. after the fact I can after I conveyed my concerns to Mr Eisenberg Mr always came in he hadn't heard the entire conversation and when it was mentioned that it was sensitive it was kind of on the fly decision to just segregated this other system Mr Eisenberg and Mister Ellis or the and I see lawyers correct but it was your understanding that it was not a mistake to put it on the highly classified system is that right I'm not sure I understand was it was it intended to be put on the highly classified system by the lawyers or was it a mistake that it was put there I think it was intended to but again it was intended to prevent leaks and to limit access no you testified it both of you about the April twenty first call a little earlier and and colonel than men you indicated that you did include in your your talking points the idea of Ukraine rooting out corruption but that president trump did not mention corruption I want to go to the White House read out from the April twenty first call and at the I'm not gonna read the whole thing but you see the highlighted portion where it says root out corruption yes so in in the end this read out was false is that right that's thanks maybe that's a bit of our our it's not entirely accurate but now I'm not sure if I would describe as false it was consistent with US policy and these items are used as messaging's tools also source even that goes out it in addition to no category weeding out the meeting itself is also a messaging platform to indicate what is important with regard to US policy so it is a part of U. S. official policy that Ukraine should root out corruption even if president trump did not mention it in the twenty first April twenty first phone calls that right certainly and he also did not mention it in the July twenty fifth phone call is that right correct so even though it was included in is talking points for the April twenty first call and presumably even though you can't talk about it for the July twenty first call it was not included in either is that right for there to be April twenty first call not mention it in either rather correct so when the president says now that he held up security assistance because he was concerned about rooting out corruption in Ukraine that concern was not expressed in the two phone conversations that he had with presidents a landscape earlier this year is that right correct now miss Williams you testified that earlier that after this able twenty first call president trump asked vice president pants to attend presidents a Lansky's inauguration is that right that's correct and that on may thirteenth you were just informed by the chief of staff's office that vice president pence should not will not be going at her request of the president right that's what I was informed yes and you didn't know what had changed from April twenty first two may thirteenth is that right no not in terms of that decision what kind of a man since you you in particular a little bit more perhaps than miss Williams was a broader portfolio focuses on Ukraine I want to ask you if you were aware of the following things that happen from April twenty first two may thirteenth were you aware that ambassador you've on of its was abruptly recalled from Ukraine in that time yes were you aware that president trump I'm sorry to correct it so she was a call to prior Missy so she I beg notification occurred towards the end our end of April and she was finally recalled and I'm a time frame I think may twentieth if I recall correctly so she learned about it after April twenty first on April twenty four fourth is that right correct and were you aware that president trump had a telephone call with president Putin during this time period in early may I was and were you aware that Rudy Giuliani had planned a trip to go to Ukraine to pressure the Ukrainians to initiate the two investigations that president trump mentioned on the July twenty fifth call in this time period I was aware that he was traveling there and that he was he had been promoting the idea of these investigations I want to move now to that July tenth meeting that you reference colonel than men what exactly did ambassador Sunland say when the cranium officials raised the idea of a White House meeting as I recall he refer to specific investigations that Ukrainians would have to deliver in order to get the these meetings and what happened to our house meeting what happened to the broader meeting after he made that reference I thank Mister Bowman of very abruptly ended the meeting and did how did did you have any conversations with ambassador Bolton about this meeting I know I did not did you follow ambassador Simon and the others to the ward room for a meeting follow up there was a a photo opportunity that we I a leveraged in order to demonstrate your support software the White House visit demonstrating uses your support for Ukraine and the new national security adviser was attacked technocrat and then after that we went down to or a short post meeting parlor debrief where the investigations the specific investigations that ambassadors online reference in the larger meeting also discussed in the ward room meeting they were what ambassador Sunland say ambassador Simon referred to investigations into the divide and Sabri's ninety thousand sixteen how did you respond if at all I am I said that disagrees request to invent are to conduct these meetings was inappropriate these investigations was inappropriate and had nothing to do with national security policy was ambassador Volker in this meeting as well I don't recall specifically I believe is there for at least a portion of time I don't recall his there for that the whole meeting was where was this statement made in front of the Ukrainian officials hi I believe there was some discussion prior to the fire to the Ukrainians leaving now when it was apparent there were some discord between the senior folks about her someone and other White House staff myself they were asked to step out so I don't recall if they were there for the for the entire discussion the senior White House staff you're referring to does that include Fiona hill your immediate supervisor at the time correct now you said you also reported this incident to the NSC lawyers out right correct and what was their response our John Eisenberg said that he he took he took our notes while I was talking and he said that he would look into it why did you report this meeting in this conversation to the NSC lawyers because our it was inappropriate and following that the meeting I had a short conversation following that the post meeting meeting in the wardroom at a short conversation with ambassador correction doctor hill and we discussed that the idea of I need to report this so am I correct colonel than men that at least no later than July tenth meeting the Ukrainians had understood or at least heard that the oval office meeting that they so desperately wanted was conditioned on these specific investigations into bury some and the twenty sixteen election that was the first time I was aware of the Ukrainians being approached directly by a government official and directly linking the White House meeting to the investigations correct miss Williams you testify to that in your opening statement that you attended the September first meeting between vice president pants and presents a Lansky in Warsaw is that right that's correct what was the first thing that presents a Lansky asked vice president pence about at that meeting president once he asked the vice president about the status of security assistance for Ukraine because he had seen the political article in other news reporting that the security assistance was being held and you testified in your deposition that in that conversation presidents alliance he emphasized that these military assistance the security assistance was not just important to assist you crane in fighting a war against Russia but that it was also symbolic in nature what did you what did you understand him to mean by that president once he explains that more than just equally with the financial and physical value of the assistance that it was the symbolic nature of that assistance that really was the show of US support for Ukraine and four Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and I think he was he was he was stressing that to the vice president's really underscore the need for the security assistance to be released and that if the United States was holding the security assistance is it also true then that Russia could see that as a sign of weakening US support for Ukraine and take advantage of that I believe that's what the present president once he was was indicating that any signal or sign that US support was.

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