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"daniel strauss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In the Republican party is that you have an establishment candidate and then for that part of the party that feels like the candidate is not aggressively conservative enough is not healing to the party line enough. There's an insurgency in he, I think reference, Pat Buchanan's campaign against H W Bush, and that's what we saw. In fact, in that primary challenge of than sitting Republican president. But here we have a Republican president, who isn't just an I kept trying to press him on this, because I think it's so important isn't just supported by so many self identified Republican voters has the broad support uncharacteristically for an establishment figure, which is what President Trump is now of the party's base. I mean, they are rapidly enthusiastic about him and. So it it's almost like a backwards insurgency he's trying to run. And if he's gonna make a dent in there, and I see what he's doing with many of these states than allow crossover voting because of the Republican National Committee rules and trying to amass some delegates, but that can only get you so far. Well, it can get you at least your name place, the nomination on the convention floor in Charlotte, which is ultimately as far as anybody could possibly get. And I think that, that what he's going to need to do that, though, is some sort of organization that if there's any element of support out there Republican voters who don't like Trump can can corral it and without least even a loose organization, then it's just him and that's not enough. But Daniel Strauss, if you look at history, the last time we saw insurgent candidates against a sitting president nineteen ninety two George H W Bush, Pat, Buchanan, nineteen Eighty-one, Ted Kennedy was challenging Jimmy Carter. But if there are two or three or four Republicans vying for that insurgent role. Where does that put a Bill weld? Or governor HOGAN gets in or governor casing. I'm still skeptical that, that would make much of a difference simply because the presence approval ratings in the Republican party are so remarkably high higher than any incumbent president in their own party, at least in the last two or three presidents. I don't think. So I just I don't know. I mean but at the same time, Larry HOGAN is one of the most popular governors in the country in a blue state, Charlie Baker, another governor from Massachusetts also has been messing mentioned, although not as frequently as HOGAN as possible presidential candidate. But like I just don't see a groundswell across the country for these candidates in the same way that you would need to even make a dent in this primary. And I think if some more formidable Republicans got into this race for whatever the race might be. I think any support for weld might move over to Larry HOGAN or John casick somebody who's a little bit more established as seen as a little bit more of a consistent Republican in recent history, Bill weld was a member of a libertarian party ticket and his views in terms of what appeals to Republican primary voters have been a little bit all over the place. So what he's trying to do. Is appeal to those Republicans, who don't necessarily have an issue with all of Trump's policies. And you try to kind of get him to talk about this with your question to him fill in the blank at the end. It's about his unorthodox behaviour, that is a problem for the president, and it's a problem in a general election in twenty twenty but Republican primary voters like him. And they have decided either that they like him or they like what he has achieved. And unless there is a new development which with Trump is always possible. Then there's not going to be a lot of room for a primary challenge to make any headway. Don't forget in the nineteen Ninety-two primary George W, H, W Bush was coming off of raking, his no new taxes pledge. At least there was something that had the base of the party upset. And even then there was only so much you can't and could do let me quickly, ask you about the economy. The president is in Japan this weekend. The fed chair says, for the moment he will not raise interest rates. But are there warning signs with the China trade deal that may not be resolved until June at the earliest or the stock market that's been all over the place this week? So I think that, that in terms of the economy, broadly, I haven't seen. I've seen it concerns that eventually our luck will run out every business cycle has a beginning. Middle and an end. I think the more immediate danger for the president politically related economy is not so much that we're getting to the end of an expansion, but that the president's own policies, particularly related to trade mess with what has been his best area where he gets his highest job marks. He is trying to do something that a lot of voters want him to do, which is stand up to China, and a lot of it's unfair trade practices, whether economically related, or national security, related, the problem is this is not easy because China's playing a longer game than we are. And their second access to US markets is their secondary concern. The first concern is the plant in the United States as the world's preeminent superpower. And if the president thinks this is going to be easy. You could end up with an economic backlash that hurts in exactly where he was the strongest in two thousand sixteen where he needs to remain strong in order to win reelection. Those states across the industrial heartland, Daniel Strauss, these Technica, these trade negotiations really are causing whiplash in. In the stock market, and it calls into question, the actual source of support, maybe not in what President Trump sees, but his advisors have have stressed again, and again, and again, focus on the economy focus on the economy. Judges in the economy isn't always do that. I think that is the source of his popularity and if there is a dip, if there is a recession as a communists have been predicting for a while. I think that could really put this presidency into jeopardy. But we haven't seen that yet and I don't know if it's going to happen before before voters cast their ballots to veteran political reporters. Daniel Strauss have politico, and David Drucker of the Washington Examiner for your insights and questions. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having. On C Span's the weekly this Memorial Day. 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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"On the bike still running been hit yet. So good. And how long did it take for you to get back on the bike for the first time after the search? That's a while. You're what was that? Like the first time. Real nerve wrecking. I was going about seven miles an hour. I thought it was about the Dan resist. It was kinda comical actually if you were there, but it was nerve wracking mound. More nerve racking than the hours before the fight. I think so because I love writing stuff much, you know, what I mean? I don't wanna I don't wanna get that up. I don't wanna get nothing up. I wanna get his five or not. But riding a definitely don't want to give up. You know, you go down you big yourself up, whatever. But I don't wanna have to give up something that I love so. Yeah, I think it was nerve-wracking take over a year to get back on the bike probably about a year a little under year because I wasn't supposed writer, obviously. But. But you're gonna tell me. Have you have you ever seen the doctor who told you that you would never fight again that it was like an obvious thing? I haven't I definitely wanted to go reach out to the gab put a. You know, I never went back and seeing those it's water, underbrush. Although I have seen my therapist over. His name's gay over at a narrow fit three sixty guy. Definitely put a lot of work into me. And if anything he's the one that I wanted to see more because he put a lot of time in effort into me, and he did believe in. He did believe in me, and you know. Doc is gonna tell you whatever they're gonna tell you. You know, I don't really did there for a reason they gotta make money, whatever. But someone that time and to me that's who I really care about. So that's why. I went back and show, you know, their progress. Wow. Did you did you did you see the fight? Yeah. That's amazing. That's incredible. What a story when you want to return. Tomorrow fuck in. Ready whenever I think I wanna get something in the summer. You know? The past couple of years been a little lackluster with the injuries and sit down while, but I wanna get back on this. I want to get back on my group, man. I wanna just give fighting stay stay healthy, stay active. I'm very happy for you, man. I'm also happy that the hair is has grown out because I was like man, it was devastating when you have to cut that that was my heart bled for you on that one. So the hair is back. You are back. You're close to one hundred percent. What a great story well done to you. You're an inspiration. Really incredible to see what you were able to overcome. Congratulations on all of that. And congratulations on the win a couple of weeks ago. I'm looking forward to your next one. Appreciate thank my pleasure. There is Daniel Strauss. What a story on our YouTube page on YouTube dot com slash ESPN, m a couple of weeks ago. We posted a video that I believe to produced of his recovery. It's a little bit about the the accident. Self say, there's not a lot of footage of that. But then a lot. Of great footage really inspiring footage on the recovery. And so if you want to see more on what Daniel Strauss had to overcome. I highly suggest checking it out he defeated Shane crutch in on March twenty ninth into Mexico beat him in the first round via rear, naked, choke part of that he had lost to enroll and. Like, I said, he's a former bell tour featherweight champion two time built or featherweight champion. And now, I'm curious to see what this new Daniel Strauss. Does in his return after that horrific motorcycle accident? Okay. One man who knows a lot about Daniel Strauss is our next guest. We're efforting as they like to say the TV business corporate Jake loves to say efforting, that's one of his favorite lights corporate shape was in Atlanta with us for the first time corporate, Jake and your Rick were in Atlanta for different reasons, different.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"So there are some young guns that have this type of style. And I'm really kinda hinting more towards Israel at Asana where I keep thinking a crafty veterans going to Phnom some like Johnny Walker this past weekend. Some of these guys that are striking. And it's kinda like at another level seemed to be giving fits to the veterans, and I'm gonna go with and we've I don't think daily can get it done two years ago. Daily coulda got it done. And that's how long this fights been simmering. But I'm gonna go with I don't think so mad. I think he's going to put on a clinic. Right now, I'm starting to lean towards daily, and I'm gonna tell you why guys I feel like this whole time. It's been daily that's been wanting to fight MVP not the other way around. And if you look at what's going on in MVP life right now, he's got some personal issues. And it's kinda rough to go through that. When you're going through probably will be the biggest fight of your career, and every p her daily has been in that situation before but we've also seen what you guys have been talking about. And that's Paul daily get frustrated by fighters when that happens he gets taken out of his game. And I think that he can do those things but right now on mental warfare. I'm going to lean Semtex, Paul Semtex. All right there. You have how the voting broke down. Seventy percent said no thirty percent said yes. Five hundred eighty four votes came in. And that's our daily Bateman brought to you by the radio team and former bell time for the way champion Daniel Strauss. All right. So we got a close up shop, and I wanna thank Daniels jobs for not only. Being a cast. But a co host as well as Felder tomorrow are in-studio co host will be rob van dam. Former WWE world heavyweight champion king MO will also stop by. And we might have one more guest. Don't want to say his name just now might decent..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"And these are flyweights. Sorry. Sorry light. And they are featured on the main card that is headlined by cave. Alaska's and Francis and gone. All right. We're also joined by former two-time bell toward for the way champion Daniel Strauss. He's got something for you. Daniel what do you have for Paul was going on, man? Hey, what's up, brother? Question for you with you being close to now, you said, you think you have, you know, three fights to you're in the mix or whatever with you being close to to get that that title shot and commission. San know who do you think your next three fights assuming that you win this against Vic who do you think your next fight would be to put yourself into a title shot? Good question, man. Well, obviously, some of it depends on how you know the fights. After me mix up you got gay CI and Barboza fighting in Philly just about a month after me. So I'm definitely watching that fight very closely, especially if if I pull off the win next week, I would. I would love the, you know, a winner of that. But they're up there to Kevin Lee still out there, and he's been a staple in the division for a really long time. So I think he's tough match-up. I'd have to get past potentially a guy like gay Chee. Maybe even a poi- a fee if he maybe lose the fighting these take somebody lower ranks. So I think is like that like employees a or or a bar Boza. Maybe somebody even lower ranked just to get a win. So you know, depending on how Dan Hooker wins his next fight or something like that. So a lot of a lot of fights out there to get me up there. But I think the big ones would be a gauge of our Boza, obviously, I'm trying to avoid Pettus who's my teammate. I'm not gonna fight him. I don't wanna fight cowboy because I turned him for a long time. But he's he's gonna move up there angst now. So there's a lot of things and big names that could catapult me up the. That possible title shot. In that all those names who who would you like to fight the most NAN, I think I think just engage. You just something about that guy. Feel like it was destined to happen. Just 'cause how using greedy he is. And that's with no disrespect. I just love his style calorie fights. And I think the fans that just eat that up at me and him ever got matched up. That would be a good one. Yeah. I wanna see me to. All right. First things. First though, you got James Vick on ESPN one hypothetical. Exactly. But, you know, just answer the question and be honest. But yeah, I got a tough challenge ahead of me next week. But I'm more than prepared for an excited to get to. Stay healthy..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Kenny foster, Zach Makovsky, defeated Chad Robin show, it was before these so Wilson Hayes wherever this local guy. Carlos. Carlos Carlos you sound like you're the guy. That was katie's were heavyweights. Do you? Remember being a big news, a smaller guy? So maybe not too small ago Tyler by Leckie channels like the guy. Yeah. Sin looks. He he's the guy to me. The bantamweight. Oh. That is definitely hit. That's him. That has to be Nick Piedmont was a feather way. Piedmont. I don't he doesn't sound like a guy. PR sounds like. Zona? They took my they took something officials Bill to officials. I can't remember what was my passport and stuff because I wasn't doing go over the the border right there at I've never been, you know, Mexico Mexico, right down the street. Let's go can't go down there. We took your password. And then we have done it. Oh, yeah. I didn't know like fuck it. I can go to Mexico. Be back. Have you ever been to Mexico never been to Mexico? And he's like, that's the reason enough that the reason why I was like, oh, I'm going. So we'll see how we look we don't even don't even go. Fuck that. No. It's the wild west right now. I mean Cancun. Yeah. Kabul. San Lucas probably I don't know about the border town. Here is kinda. Yeah. Yeah. It is. But that walls coming and Mexico's gonna pay. All right. What we have a call kinder- from Humboldt Kendra from humble alright. She was the marijuana talk. What's up how you doing? How in the world? Did you know? Feeling. I know you northerners nor North Carolina now, of course, well and having met Daniel Strauss and Jack in commendable. It's it's really nice to have you in studio. I've been for. Rear. Took that picture with you and John Jones, and we had all eaten are in. And out burgers looking at the top of my stairs. That has that picture and the twins always wanna know K who's that Daniel who's that John who's that George and my son says, George not nice. Oh, no. No idea. Anyway. I'll probably the nicest guy out of the three mentioned. You must be mean mugging in the picture. A nice ABM mean mugging or something. But I don't know. I'm okay. Maybe doing. I could see you being per game that second one. All right. I'll take that one. I've noticed Daniels that you have some fun for ship with a cannabis company. And I'm wondering as you're touting the recovery effects of TVD the norms like component of cannabis. Have you noticed any shifts in fan base or any changes with other sponsors? I haven't really to be honest with you. You know, I'm just out there telling people, my experiences what you know. I'm working with flavor X. And and no new people have came a have had a lot of people, you know, inbox ni, you know, different questions. You know, how it helps me how to help my recovery. How do I use it things like that which which best ways do I like to use it? But as far as a fan base follow me because it I haven't noticed that or new sponsorships or anything like that. Nothing's knocked him undue or anything. But if y'all out there hear me holler at me. I'm here. But yeah, I love it too. You know, I think more people need to just kind of, you know, be more open about the. You know, just the healthy market of the the non psychedelic, you know. I don't know just the way that we treat our bodies. And and beat our bodies up to things that are helping us. You know, we need more advocate people for it. Put her own. Oh, no, please. Go ahead. Kim. I was gonna say knowing the benefits that CD and THC because both of them can act to combat pain and fatigue and eighty and skeletal issues. It's definitely got to be hard. When people are asking you for input on how it works for you. And what you'd recommend because it's really individual. But I absolutely appreciate the fact that you are out there and open and and providing this information because a lot of us stand. We've either been exposed will. Maybe we've been exposed negatively and have some some connotations of marijuana cannabis that we don't realize it's so affected. Well, commandment question muscular, skeletal, what are the benefits there that seems like broad?.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"You know, I'm on me. Me. I'm ready to here. Pretty sure for some reason. I was dreading the last five minutes what you said, I can't walk. I'll tell you the same. I'll tell you that much. I was like oh boy wonder if that means even though the next better, even though you're not paralyzed like you were at the time of the accident or told you are now we're gonna walk again. Did that mean that you you weren't going to be able to compete against them? That's great news, Dan. You mean, here's the thing in reality. There's changes to my body. You know, what I mean, it wasn't something that was a light Tappin of you'll be good in six months. You know, my body went through some shit. So they are you know, difference in my body's, but it isn't stopping me from, you know, fighting it's not stopping me from getting down getting hit getting punched gin slam getting up. You know, what I mean so much Dr is there my body can hold up to it. So I'm going to continue. You know what I mean? So that's all it was for me, if my body couldn't continue our hold up than it's no reason for me to try to continue to. But even with you know, what everything going on a can note up. So I will continue you've already had hard training sessions that resemble a fight or you have the lifespan. A Doma head since then too. So all really it wasn't who did that. Give that person to look dog. Man. It wasn't a I don't think it was his fault. Just you know, we sometimes you get in screaming with the undertaker tombstone. A little bit like that. But yeah, we just in scramble, and that's another part of it have been able to be in scrambles. And you know, move way I have to be able to still do that, you know, and all that all those key. So I've passed all those tests, mentally physically medically. You know what I mean? Range of motion. Still have. Again, like, you know, the neck that I had before you has to, you know, issues to go to car Proctor and all that get adjusted stuff like that. But yeah, I'm good. You know, still working? I'm still strengthening still. Rehabbing. But like I said before I'm able to move forward. Now, I don't want you to go up to that doctor and give them the finger or cursing out. But I would like you to stop by his office and say. Was it a young guy or an older guy? It's Otago tonight. Listen, fellow you may be on your way to check in on retiring, you tell people all these years. I think you jumped the gun here a little early. I was gonna say it was the young guy. You could say learn learn a lesson for the future say, I'm not here to confront you or anything, but you can't give up on the human spirit. You know what I mean? Look at me, I can walk and I'm going to be competing or I've already competed depending on when you see him. But I don't think you're too old to ever learn a lesson, you know. This is you know, it's been a huge lesson from me. So you know and at his game. I'm now having to learn on news from fighting. So you know, it is never too late to learn and the doctor I'm spoke to anybody about it. I haven't really, you know, once I said, I was gonna get better. And I was gonna move forward. A lot of people said, you know, it's not gonna happen after that. I never really gave to fucks about it since then I've just put my head down to work. You know, what I mean like so? I just you know, I guess it. I've had ups and downs. But from the time that accidents happened. I've just put my head down work times. I didn't feel like I get here. But. Details on new here. Just not just went for it. You know what? I mean. It's crazy mass this Daniel Strauss, the bell tower former belt or heavy featherweight champion two time featherweight champion. He's our guest user guest co host, and we're gonna take a break..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"But then when I would mellow out. I was like, yeah. Chilling. So I just regret that whole missing that whole night that whole night that night was actually called queens day, which is the equivalent of like a mardi gras. Okay. It's the Queen of Holland her birthday's the thirtieth of April. The twenty ninth is just a big day. So actually, it's it's celebrated mardi gras style. But it's really like a little bit of a fourth of July. Maybe you know. So it was just must be a massive day. Where all the canals in Amsterdam, everybody's just partying. And and having a good time. And I fucking blew blue to this day. I regret the is there like a celebrity or fighter that can bring you out of retirement where you go like I can't pass it up with this, dude. We're at the Santana concert the other night, if that fool tells you to smoke a joint, you gotta do it. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I'll do that. But I I gotta learn how to do it. So I just don't make fool myself. So if somebody just goes, here's the space cake all do that. But otherwise, I I don't know. I wasn't a room with. The crew, you know, they don't mind, we know they're all about it. And they're in Sacramento. And everyone's just like there was this big old balloon and smoking this on my I wouldn't know where to start hold it. Breathe don't breathe in Haley. I don't know. So I was like rather than do that. I'll drink my Heineken. You know, just not make a fool myself. I guess I'd have to go and say, all right. What what are we doing here and get get those get those jitters out first, and then figure it out Daniel Strauss. I'm a to are you really go small loans. Okay. So do you ever run into celebrities and just kind of get wild a little bit you ever do some because of that get in their world when we see fighters we wanted to shout or something, right? I'm just usually quite like if I like you and I'm a fan of you. I I want to say what's up or my wanna meet you gotta just still so I guess, Tennessee. Your question like snoop. If you were to say, you wanna play his up or whatever I'd be like, let's do this. Yeah. I was suppose, but I don't know about you for for the right celebrity. I would do it. Yeah. Yeah. Or stitch? Yeah. That was a good one for steals. It was really. Yeah. You wouldn't know? No, okay. He'd forgive me. Amsterdam is just kind of like we were about four years removed from the movie Pulp Fiction, but the movie Pulp Fiction brought that to light that just how legal that is. You know, and you can do it and no repercussions. Nobody judging you been over to. Renounced never gone to done done. Some Dutch kickboxing training. Not yet want to though one to. But I haven't gotten over there yet. So. That's in the future. We'll try to get over there. Okay. All right. Well, listen, again, if you wanna call in about Nick DA's question for Daniel or just want chat about UC to thirty four does take place on Saturday for us Sunday for them. So don't get confused. Don't get it twisted. It's the regular start time of ten PM eastern seven PM Pacific for the pay per view for us in North America adjust from there, anyone that's in Melbourne Australia. It'll be like Sunday at ten AM or something like that. So the athletes are going to be performing at a different time that they're used to. But that's why they go ten days early to figure that out. And of course, y'all know that Robert Whitaker, we'll be facing Kelvin gasoline in the main event the event is Israel out of Sonya versus the legend himself Anderson Silva. So I'm sure we'll discuss that at some point maybe Daniels thoughts on on that fight. But circling back to you. I got it. Right, right. December two thousand seventeen you had the exit December seventeenth. Yeah. Had the so that's what you're recovering from correct? Okay. That when when you were talking about your neck earlier, can you update us on that? Yes. So. Again, went to the accident. What was going on? Through my spinal cord, the I had swelling blocking passage on my spinal fluid..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Former belt or time bell tower featherweight champion. So we'll tackle some of the latest news. We'll see what's next with Daniel. And he had a serious accident at the end of two thousand seventeen. So we see worries with that. And we'll take your calls again. Eight seven seven five ninety three y'all scored away wiggles. Yeah. I don't know. You know, we had the Clearwater beach bad. Boy, it was here the other day. So. Okay. All right. Well, what did you think of the news? I don't think he's coming back. No. You think that's really I think that's it. Well, I think in his mind once now. Appearance pay why do know cannabis is blowing up. It's everywhere. I have a buddy who works for CHP California Highway Patrol, and he said that they landed the contract they escort armored trucks from some of these Canada's business, really. Yeah. And because I even joked with them like, what are you guys, the sons of anarchy, or or what you know because if you watch those fictitional motorcycle club TV shows on FX sons of anarchy or the Mayans that's kind of what they do. They kind of get paid to s or you know, you watch those shows of cinem- didn't really so that was my job to know, we really landed that contract, and it pays us. Well, and and the there it's just very lucrative. Now. He works more in the northern Cal area. Where of course, people begin high up there, you know. So maybe it's just a lot more prevalent over there. But of course, Vegas legalized statement disassembly. Recreationally so and the other day I dropped off Sammy the squid at an unnamed location. Cancel him out. But near that area. Why it looks like a shopping mall? I saw some of these. Yes, there was two of them. They almost look like little hotels. We're all light lit up and everything. You guys got someone spinning here. Whether you just show up and go give me this give me that and you bounce. But they look like. You know what I mean? So I'm gonna probably go back there and do a field trip. You know? Hey, I'm a beginner what what's the deal here? Just to see what it's all. I I it caught my attention, man. It was flash at you got to buy something. Right. Every and just walk in and be a full on my. Yeah. Yeah. Go down the route of the city's cake. I did that once to them. Oh, man. And we were there. No. When I went there with Matt lucky say that was on that trip in two thousand four I went, and I had to space cakes and. Well on top of like six heinekens in a bunch of shots Daniel Strauss outweighs JAT hill, man, we were being taken to my Buddy's house to sleep off..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:56 min | 2 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"On. Interest that right legislation in the dead of night. And I know. I have compassion. The courage and the fearless determination to get that done. Daniel Strauss should two things there that the setting of the late show with Stephen Colbert. And also the announcement of an exploratory committee. What does that mean to set up an exploratory committee? I mean, it is not fully jumping into the race is taking preparatory steps and started the precede the. It's complicated. But basically, it's it's doing the groundwork. And allowing a candidate to able to fundraise and set up the infrastructure to run for president. And it also offers a candidate a little suspense this way Jila brand or Warren can have an announcement about an exploratory committee and then later on also announced their actual campaign. Even though the strong implication is not every candidate for president announced an exploratory committee a great deal of time. And not every person who set up an exploratory committee runs for president. But most of the time they do we've got calls. We'll go to Cody whose first up in Aurora, Colorado Democrats line good morning. Good morning. My question was how likely do you think it is that Andrew Yang? It's going to be successful in twenty twenty because he was he is the most exciting part of this upcoming election for me preschool. The candidate is the man is Andrew Yang. Tell us who he is. And why he's running he's a long shot candidate from New York. His profile is actually pretty low and small, but he is actually a contender for the presidency in the United States. Look, I if Andrew Yang can increase his name recognition to a point where he is able to compete with. Jila brand or Warren or President Trump? I think that would be a remarkable. Twist in this election cycle. But right now, he's a relatively unknown care. Let's hear from our Republican line next Anna in new castle, Delaware. Good morning. Yes, I'm coming. Great person that Joe Biden date for tragedy. Book secrets. Jazz by John, John Kerry. Love guy billion dollar deal with the guards every China and twenty fifteen and I said what what he was trying to do is catches on church. And and and Kerry, Sean, I Chris pine. Every there in in China, and they all right because it the picture in the book. Biden, cocky stage, and John Kerry and Valerie Jarrett there they were all in filed in this multi billion dollar deal where the businesses over in China and Daniel Strauss does Joe Biden had political baggage. I mean, that's the feeling that his would be opponents have it's I mean Biden's been in public office and run for president multiple times before. I think in the cycle, you should expect. If he does run a lot of questions about his handling of Anita hill and her questioning in the early ninety s. I there will be questions about his tenure as vice president is handling that end Biden has a pension for speaking off the cuff, which can sometimes backfire the headline this morning in the Washington Post reported this story, I online last night advisors to former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz looking at him running as an independent for president in twenty twenty. We already heard from Tom tire the billionaire financier saying he made a big announcement denouncing was he's not running. Do you expect to see more sort of independent voices? I'm ready to run for president. I think it's a possibility. Scholz was definitely one is definitely one of the more high profile would be independent candidates in the past few years. It's a little bit of a surprise that he's decided to run as an independent because. It is much more difficult to set up access to getting your name on the ballot two other sort of basic advantages that competitors running in the democratic or the Republican primary. So there could be more. I doubt there will be that many Lumberton North Carolina next up Brock on our Republican live rocket morning. Good morning. Gillibrand clip he just. Represents a bigger problem because he'll getting bigger on the democratic side. But they still have the had no clear message every candidates gonna say the same thing. And that'll be a problem. Have a good day rock in North Carolina. Let me ask you about your reporting on Sherrod Brown. The peace one of your one of your many pieces we've been seeing the past few days past week or so of shared Brown, planning to tour other early states what advantages and disadvantages to share it. Brown have coming in coming from an industrial state like Ohio. I mean, he and his advisors feel that he has a unique set of appealing qualities in this primary as someone who's one Ohio multiple times, especially since turned. More Republican in nature. They also feel that he has a distinct appeal to Trump voters and voters who might cross over and vote for Democrats. He has a strong background with unions, and sort of a the ability to appeal to working class voters that went for Trump last. What does it what does it mean to go out and talk to Iowa when a potential candidate goes to New Hampshire or I o how do they set up the mechanism where they go talk to voters? What are they have to do to set up that structure who do they who do they organize usually they reach out to and set up they retain someone who an activist or local strategist who knows the state and can facilitate those things Brown in recent days has been doing that. And it's been publicly reported that he's lined up someone to sort of be sherpa in New Hampshire and the same in Iowa. And he's likely to do that in South Carolina. Someone who's locally politically familiar with the ground game. Let's see here. From Brooklyn Connie is on our Democrats line. We're here with Daniel Strauss. We're talking twenty twenty politics. Good morning. Good morning. Yeah. I turned on TV. And the first thing was how is politics in our state, but. The gentlemen, gave Daniel here are eerie seen more politics people getting into politics because they're not happy with what's happening. And they have strong views on what's going on. And they want to get out there and try to straighten this mess that we find ourselves in. And yes, there are more people getting involved, which is very good. I see it at my age seventy-five. I see a lot of different things going on. That are not very some of. It is not very good. And that's why more politics people are getting more involved with politics. The sad part is that they're older people that probably can't afford newspapers. They don't watch TV. They don't have cable here in Wisconsin near Madison, we have cable and our local stations. Don't talk about politics, but cable does and so gives you more insight into what's going on. Now. I do have a question the night of the elections Trump. Trump trump. I was flipping channels, and I'm sorry to say this. Well, I'm not sure because I have to say it because it bother me very much a camera crew caught at one of the campaign headquarters of Trump. The gentleman that got the word. Trump one raised his hand in the Hitler sign and some people in the audience responded back that shocked me, and of course, I hadn't voting for Trump. But when I saw that I was thankful I didn't. But over the past couple of years, more and more of his behavior is very radical, very, unstable counties in Brooklyn, Wisconsin. She leads us into the store. There's a store this morning. The President Trump is ramping up for for twenty twenty. Staffing and things like that. Do you see any possibility of a of a primary challenge on the Republican side to the President Trump and his team are taking steps to prevent that. They're trying to make sure that bylaws and RNC rules insulate him from any real threat. But those I mean there've been rumors about that for a while, especially from Ohio governor, John casick, former Ohio governor John casick who has run for president before and strongly suggested that he's planning to run for president. He says he's open to it. So it's possible. It would throw a wrench into Trump's plans. Because there are there is a small segment of the Republican party. That's dissatisfied with him and would like to vote for someone else. Also in recent days, Maryland, governor, Larry HOGAN has taken steps toward. Signaling that he's thinking about running for president in the Republican primary. Daniel Strauss is campaign reporter for politico. Joining us on Washington journal, you're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C span radio WCS PFM Washington time now to continue our broadcast of the Sunday network. Talk shows this week on Fox News Sunday. President Trump makes Democrats on offer to end the longest shutdown in US history. The standoff throwing the state of the union a democratic trip possibly even the Super Bowl into disarray. You'll breakdown where things stand with vice President Mike Pence and we'll discuss whether the president's offer will jump start negotiations with congressman James Clyburn. The number three democrat in the house all this week on Fox News Sunday the ball is now in the Democrats court after the president made an offer yesterday trading full funding for the border. Five point seven billion dollars in return for temporary protected status for the dreamers and for refugees in this country, as well as reopening, the shutdown the disruption keeps growing after the standoff over the president's border wall reaches day thirty yes, we are into the fifth week of the shutdown, and we are honored on this very regular program to have the vice president of the United States Mike Pence, Mr Vice president, welcome. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Chris. Good to be here. Okay. So we're going to have a piece from Kevin Corke explaining everything that's in this plan. But I'm just gonna ask you briefly. What are the president will offer? With president offered was a a good faith compromise to address what is a genuine humanitarian and security crisis on our southern border, and and the government shutdown and the Senate leadership Senator McConnell have agreed to bring this Bill to the floor on Tuesday. Congress will begin its work. But really the president did over the last month and notably over the last two weeks was direct our team to meet with rank and file Democrats to find out what they were looking for, you know, the legislative process traditionally is Republicans would offer their solutions Democrats would offer amendments. But the president said look we want to we want to put it all on the table in a very real sense. What President Trump did here was he he set the table for a deal that will address the crisis on our border secure our border and and give us a pathway to real. But as you well know House Democrats rejected the president's plan before he even offered it speaker Pelosi called it a quote nonstarter, and I wanna point out specific objections. They say that it doesn't reopen the government government, I which they say that it doesn't provide permanent protection for the dreamers and the TPS. Refugees. It's only three years, and they say that the full funding that the president is still demanding five point seven billion dollars for the wall as a waste of money. So I guess my question is is the president willing to sit down and go she ate the differences or is what are you offered yesterday? His final offer. Well, there's a legislative process that he's going to begin on Tuesday in the United States Senate and. And. Pointing to see speaker Pelosi. Rejected the offer before the president gave speech. I mean, look. The president is offering a solution. And what we have from democrat leadership so far is just sound bites and the American people want us to work together to resolve these issues. When you say work together. Does that mean that you're willing to negotiate from what the president said? Or is that the final offer? Of course, the legislative process is an ago, she -ation and up to this point literally for the last month while the president, and I have stayed here in Washington, and and been engaging continuously with democrat leadership an with rank and file members in the house and Senate what we've heard again, and again is we will not negotiate until the president reopens the government. Well, this this Bill would reopen the government. Well. Reopen the government first and then negotiate about border security and immigration. You're are you rejecting that? Well, look, I think it was about a week and a half ago. The president looked at speaker Pelosi. In the situation room and said, look, if I gave you everything he wanted if I reopened the government and gave you thirty days to work with us on homeland security issues to address the crisis on our southern border. Would you give me border security and Sunday for a wall? She said, no. So the president said to us, let's let's go to rank and file members. And since that time, our negotiation team has been sitting down talking to House Democrats, we've been in contact with Senate Democrats and the president told us to listen and what the American people heard yesterday. Was was statesmanship was was the president laying out a genuine compromise even this morning even this morning. The Washington Post said make the deal. Okay. Because they can see the both sides are getting what they want the president's made it clear that we want border security. We want funding for a wall steel barrier on the southern border. We want money for additional.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"That has not been on the radar at all says it has not been particularly competitive, right? And it and and I think that speaks to that. But like look at their these three races in the midwest are competitive, Wisconsin, Iowa, and and Ohio and those are all states Trump won in two thousand sixteen and look, I I I don't think I think one important point to keep in mind here is that Elizabeth Warren has really come out. And I think she's playing to stump for cordray in the final few days. I think I saw pictures of them doing just that much better on the on our way over here. I'm she's she's aware. Like, I think the Trump team is aware that having a friendly governor who owes her in twenty twenty if she decides to run for president, which seems likely is a good thing to have Chris. And we know Trump will be in Cleveland coming up. I I would say if you look at the the map of governors races. And even some with some overlap of the Senate races. I kind of wonder if in the end the place that they will be they will most regret on the Trump side not visiting as Michigan. And I think part of it is just you have these competitive races part of it is the overlap for twenty twenty. I just don't see a huge downside in him, adding a stop there, and he hasn't so far. And folks have talked about him doing it. And and and it's funny. The downside. I see is ego. Right. Like he loves backing winners. He loves touting his record. It's already shaping up to be a tough election. Obviously most of the stuff he's doing is in the Senate where it's less tough for Republicans. But the trouble is going to Michigan is that John James and Bill shooter, you're probably going to lose and Trump was an early backer of Schutte, actually, the thing to remember there is that one of Trump's earliest gubernatorial endorsements was Bill Schutte, but I picked up some grumbling from Republicans about. That that the Trump administration and national Republicans didn't invest enough in John James or Bill Schutte, and they they both would have been more competitive if they had that national support Daniel Strauss, thanks for coming in the governor's races for us really curious to see what happens on Tuesday. It's finally here. We're going to see what happens so almost over. All right. Have a good time on the trail Daniel, and Chris thank you so much for coming into chat as well. Always. Thank you. All right as promised. We are going to turn things over briefly to one nerd cast superfan here at the end of the show this week, David Gibson of Florida's eighth congressional district. It's going to help us out with credits. This week your cast is produced by Michaela Rodriguez with help from Adrian Hearst. Dave Shaw is the executive producer. And they're illustrator is Bill cookman if you like nerd cast. And you're listening on apple

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"There are thirty six governors races happening this year out of the fifty states. And there are potentially some big surprises in store. We'll unpack them now with Chris and our next guest Daniel Strauss, political reporter with his eye on governors raises. Daniel thank you so much for being in here. Thanks for having me again. All right. So let's talk about some of the marquee races. That you've had your eye. On. And then we'll jump into some of the stranger more surprising stories, but you if we're starting with marquee raises. You gotta start in Florida swing state in the country biggest governor's race in the country, and it's partially because of the candidates on the one side, we have Andrew gillum who was sort of the Bernie Sanders grassroots candidate who came and won the nomination in a surprise on the democratic side on the democratic side and the Republican side. There's Rhonda Santa's who was a Trump supporter. I think longer than most of the big Trump's arrogance in Congo. Yes. Oh, gee, Trump supporter. I remember actually when when to Santa's ran for congress in two thousand twelve he came to Washington to meet some reporters and that day in particular, he was showing off on his broken screened iphone that Donald Trump, then private citizens. Donald Trump had tweeted something nice about him and was apparently going to donate to his campaign. This was in two thousand twelve right? So like this. There's some sort of relationship there that goes back long before his gubernatorial run, right and. As far as all indicators suggest is that Republicans in Florida like that. That's why they elected him. He was not the sure candidate to win the nomination. He had Adam puck Putnam the agriculture. Commissioner to fend off in his bid. So these two forces these these proxies between President Trump. And if you sort of squint and tilt your head in the right way, and close your eyes. They see sort of a democrat sort of when Obama like figure in Andrew gillum. Well, it's it's really the IDs of both parties going up against right. You've got the Trump endorsed Disentis. And Chris Trump has sunk a lot of energy into the Santa's campaign going back before the primary. Right. And then and then in yet and Gillam you've got this kind of future focused young African American candidate that that has Democrats all excited. Yeah. Two of the last rallies that Donald Trump is doing over the last week are. In Florida, obviously, that's for Rick Scott. But but in a lot of ways it's for Disentis. And I think people underestimate how important some of these big swings dates are going to be in having an ally in the governor's mansion at the time. So I think it's sort of it's a combination of, you know, Donald Trump has lended his name. He's lending his support. He's really him. And I guess him in a combo of like Fox News have helped pulled a Santa's up and now host though. I mean Gilan is has led in most polls, right not all single digits. So, but this is this is a much more competitive race than I think a lot of Democrats had expected at the beginning of the cycle in their favor. What what else what else are the big ones that you're keeping an eye on? We're talking about Gillam in the historic nature of his candidacy. We gotta talk about Georgia to write with Stacey Abrams. This democrat that Emily's list and a lot of party leaders had been grooming and hoping would run for governor someday. Against another big Trump supporter who came out from behind Brian Kemp. And what I love about this race is that it is an argument for to views on voting rights. Kemp is has prided himself as secretary of state as being one of the most hardline secretaries of state on voting rights and pushing voter ID laws and on the other side is Abrahams who for years before running for governor spent a lot of time working to expand the number of registered voters, especially among minorities in Georgia..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"And I think he's an interesting example of the types of candidates that Democrats are nominating for governor in the mid west, and maybe in some of these house campaigns to this year. David, you wrote this week about how kinda by and large doing a survey of the candidates. Mid western Democrats are not really at least the the voters aren't really lurching to the left the way maybe has been written about. Kind of writ large in the party this year. I think at the gubernatorial level, that's the case. And and so there's been a stream of candidates who are older white, mostly male. These are long term public officials technocrats who are are carrying the nominations. I don't think that that's necessarily that's not true in all the congressional races in districts that are are more liberal of at least in these statewide primaries at the top of the ticket that that's what we're saying, what what does that? What does that tell us? Do we think about kind of the way the party is setting itself up ahead of head of twenty twenty? Well, it's one argument for a kind of milk and water candidate November, but I think what what the real can you milk and water? Can you explain that? Well, as opposed to whiskey and you know, or fires. There is. Yeah. Yeah, I think Daniel Strauss, our colleague called these people each spinach Democrats, and maybe that's right. So it and it's not necessarily an ideological difference, although in some cases it is, but it's more stylistic and I, I guess that's why I say milk and water, but, but what's interesting is maybe less. So what happened on Tuesday is what it sets up for November because the winning a primary is one thing. If if for example, Tony Evers this elderly white, long-term politician of Wisconsin is able to be the Walker slayer after all these years. I think that will get some twenty twenty candidates to take notice of of what kind of people are successful in the midwest. That's an interesting point. I, I was struck in this primary that you had tin walls who who was a pretty moderate democratic congressman who had formerly had good ratings from the NRA and. Who did not win the state party endorsement that went to a very progressive state rep, Aaron Murphy, but who comes through the primary and you know, kind of win one pretty comfortably, and you know, kind of following in the footsteps of like Ralph north in Virginia in in two thousand seventeen. And you know? Yeah. Well, a lot like Evers who maybe had had some potentially more progressive or at least fire-breathing challenges to his left. On the flip side you see on on the Republican side you you had, you know, the state Republican party, the activists in Minnesota lined up with Johnson who won the primary over Paul anti in Wisconsin. They lined up with levek mirror in the Senate race, and she won the primary over Kevin Nicholson who had a ton of outside money spent on his behalf. I just wonder if like, does this tell us something about the the relative weight and control that the party like the real core activists have in both parties that maybe liberal. Activists do not have the sway in bigger democratic primaries that that maybe we might think. So from San Diego to Pittsburgh, I kept hearing from voters that they wanted somebody who was gonna win, and that means different things to different people. So that sometimes you know, comes through as you know, take like Mike Levin. Somebody who was supported by the activists in that in that district, somebody who was very popular forty, four, forty, nine, exactly. They didn't go for sort of an outsider voice or the person who who had the most money spent on their on their behalf. And it looks like again, Connor lamps seventy who was obviously selected by conferee process. So not exactly a perfect primary, but he got a ton of support by Democrats because they knew even though he wasn't necessarily this a progressive star, he knew that they knew that he was going to win in a district like that..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Pr and this is a team that actually could really use his skills that especially if tyreek evans moves on and so with those thirteen guys under contract right now they are ten million dollars short of the tax and it seems very unlikely especially with the amount of money that rubber para just had to shell out to buy off sif kaplan daniel strauss that they will be going into the tax especially for team that you know was up for good last year so they got about ten million to work with they have the full mid level exception available that's about eight point five million but that's probably going to be a little rough if you use all that unless you can get off of some other money because then you're just you've basically got a million a half bucks before the tax and that's probably not enough room of you maybe you could see them trying to move durell martin ben michael moore you know that's pretty toxic but you know they don't really have any assets with which to move these guys unless you're gonna talk about potentially second rounders so it's going to be tough for them to get more money so i i do not for see them using the full midlevel exception it also gets complicated because tyrod's evans signing a one year be a deal that means the bursley is only half non burke writes on him and this paralleling what the celtics are going through with aaron baynes so if if evans wants more than about four million it's three point nine technically they have to use the middle of leagues i think that will be a kind of a poor use of assets unless you think memphis is closer to contention even just the playoff picture next year than i do especially because it's so dependent on health of guys that are now getting much older so if they do that basically tyreek is is their summer that in the draft picks but they have four they have four and thirty two so if they.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"All right folks our first guest today daniel strauss former world champion abil tour anime in the featherweight division and he joins us now on emi junkie radio well daniel how you doing good how about you good man i'm grinding trying to get back to where need be but a i'm good you know loving license just veteran on right i know i you know it was public knowledge that four months ago you did have an accident and obviously junky nation are huge fans of yours we had many times on the show but out of respect for the privacy of of what happened you know i think other than sending you a message thinking about you hoping the best the really hasn't been much context so i understand that however it was really inspiring to see a lot of your social media posts just seeing you back you know doing rehab and some training and being in the gym so you know that that was my reasoning for reaching out again and i also wanted you to know that a lot of people do ask a seriously how is daniel doing and and and you know please pass on our best so i guess those why i pushed to have you on i'm glad you're doing this interview thank you guys you know you guys and i've always appreciated love and try to get it back and you know i think all you guys in the fans for all the support and and other wellwishers and the prayers definitely means a lot and yeah you know everyone knows i've been going through you know a little rough time with the accident you know haven't really got into this of the accident with people but you know i came away with a gnarly injury you know i had a some compressed it by no at some you know some bulging disks in my c three four all the way from my t1 c three four you know i lost a lot of muscle and my my legs i just i've been going through it through the ringer.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Has been the trigger for almost a kind of national resurgence happened in the 19th century when japan was forced open by american gunships within a few decades of that it a gone for being a basically feudal medieval country to being an industrial power in the world and the other of course big sample is the defeat in naughty 45 at the end of the war the country was was literally ashes parts of it be bombed to smithereens yet by the midnineties sixty 1970s it was a rich country on its way to becoming economic superpower so we know we wonder this i remember talking to colleagues and say we'll may be this tragedy will in some ways galvanized japan and a half to say that six years on the hasn't happened japan is an affluence assertive i successful society in many ways but it hasn't found its way yet the hasn't been any of the resurgence and a return of confidence and an incentive mission the we thought might have been that walls richard lloyd perry talking about the ghosts of tsunami it's published by jonathan cape ann it's out on august 31st you're listening to monocle 24 you're listening to the daily with me andrew mullah now when donald trump appointed the as yet on sex jeff sessions attorney general he created a vacancy in session senate seat where he represented alabama today a republican primary in alabama will begin the process of replacing sessions there's little doubt about the establishment favorite luther strange appointed to temporarily occupy session seat by the governor endorsed by the president and backed by millions raised by mitch mcconnell but we'll all that be enough to see luther strange properly inducted into the pantheon of great american political names along with zach ramp dick sweat butch otter and of course alabama's own state treasury young boozer i'm joined now by daniel strauss from politico and daniel festival the primary itself how does it actually work.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"And you could see the president you know talking about immigration lot in arizona i think in his mind he affiliates arizona with with immigration and over wall and with the sheriff i can't remember his name off tower pile pya joel bio the toughtalking sheriff even you could see trump really using arizona as a cudgel two to have a broader message on immigration and bash flake pretty r ryan he he in flake are definitely not coming from the same place on ron immigration well that's gonna be a fun one to watch we're gonna get to watch it for over a year because arizona has late primaries and then of course there is general election after that so uh should should be if unwanted keep an eye on especially if like those stay out there josh thank you so much for joining examining let's take a quick break to hear about one a politicos other podcasts i am i think they're they're feel like politicos other podcasts you will love off message or entry politicians and celebrities from both sides of the aisle and all walks of life start with the arnold schwarzenegger episode the terminator night commandeered an empty committee room in washington to talk gerrymandering bodybuilding why he gets under trump's skin and how austrian arnold and american arnold sitting on either of his shoulders argue with each other all day long look for off message and apple podcast or your favorite podcast app all right for our third and final segment this week we are going to talk about alabama which has a senate special election special primary coming up in a few weeks and here to talk that we have daniel strauss uh one of our political reporters who has been covering that very closely welcome daniel thanks for having me all right so our data point is eight million dollars that is how much money senate majority leader mitch mcconnell political network can chiefly here we're talking about these superpac that's aligned with him and run by his former chief of staff eight million dollars is how much they are prepared to spend in the upcoming alabama senate special election and election that republicans are virtually assured to win because it's alabama the primaries coming up on august fifteen two of fill.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Uh weird because any feel anything in in aquino when i go back at a general through the search training like my hand you start earn excuse me i'm just extremely painful and what the fuck and then i gotta x ray at mori in their lights yet it you have in brooklyn and if up doughty healed thought hop outlawed if they should a thumb in both lose sadat laws repealed an actual factors self i got themselves uh last week journey international fight week and now a ocoee to be mocking islam philosophic operatives for many people would sit here and he'll he'll he'll eric dipper full training camp i got their break that record uh you know if you said the oh cool so it sounds like maybe the the two thousand seventeen we can't see back in the octagon yeah absolutely operate in our at that that proposal 42 good news like daniel strauss from belt or he took like a year to cover man injuries i know that on deaf different degrees of of the hand injury so you you're a uh obviously not on the most extreme side that's good news one last thing here is malki negotiating a new contract or just the the the bout agreement towards your next title shut nakajima he got that aliban operated by know on lomu bully abernathy onboard making part of the you know the mighty team uh we can do to gear you know at the pattern will the advise knee he climate monte pal i mean i've been known penalty for other on eu kakuma hopping good after m a mukalla at a by john jared employees amine great i mean the judges got in trouble i don't know he lied on guaranteeing that a guy oh i don't know yet but mike he's like a great guy he flew mccain vardi that with the icc he wanted to look at it however with the dinovite for the epa determined throw at the back door.

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