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"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"That was the whole balking say that carry. This is why go back to you know. It's a pretty simple equation. Gary johnson plus hillary clinton equal joe biden but the the none of the above voter twenty sixteen lanes right and they also voted for seems to vote more more often. They voted republican below by. That's right. I think that there's another important 'asymmetry to point out here. That isn't just in our. That isn't just built in to our institutions. Though which is an. We're seeing this play out sort of as we speak. But at least don democrats and joe biden particularly in his messaging has been about reinforcing confidence in institutions. Right has been about lee. We need to build american unity. We need to listen to experts You know let's debate things civilly in the media. Republicans are not playing by that same set of rules in the sense that There is a especially on the part of the president. There has been an effort to de-legitimize in some major american institutions. So i think. I think it's important to point out that there is an ace symmetry. They're and democrats are reckoning with that. The choice of joe biden. I think signals to me that voters are pining for some more faith in in those kinds of institutions everything mortar religion to the military to being able to trust information. That seems to be the message from voters. But i think some of the debate that you're seeing on the progressive side is progressives raising their hands and saying. Is it possible for us to win if we're not playing even on the battlefield. Will you know in bounty. This is a part of this where i get a little depressed where you know. Voters do not reward compromise. They punish it and and so what. I'm curious is what do you think the two parties are taking away from this election. I mean we already see what the republicans are taking away which is what they can lose a. They don't have to win a persuasion election. they can lose a persuasion election. And i think that's a scary place to be as a country when one of your two parties doesn't believe it has to win persuasion election. Yeah i would definitely i that would agree with. That's where the republicans think think we are right now. I think that what the democrats i think. Even the fact by got the nomination refers place means that the democrats because there isn't embrace there should be and i think there is the democratic party's side right now and embrace this idea of what you call incremental incremental approach 'incrementalist. I think that the the left side of the democratic party has lot of bold ideas. Wants to enact. And i understand that. But like there are seventy million people out there seventy one plus that voted for donald trump. And it's not even about in some of this is about the institutions come lawrence just like look. One part of the country wants to run as fast as a canada future. The other part of the country would really like to hold onto something. Go back to something that used to be. You could see where those tensions are right. That's really pulling at the country. The only way the country is going to move forward. The coming apart is to go very slowly And i will i guess. I guess we'll get a better sense from joe biden in the next couple of months. Where he what he thinks. That message was selection. I i get the sense..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Let's don't let them court pack. Let's don't give them too much power. And so the result wind up getting was a joe biden who defeated president trump. That says. Hey i'm gonna practice unity. I'm gonna go. After the corona virus but doesn't end up giving him a democratic congress release of powerful democratic congress and certainly democratic senate to really affect really big change on the kind of change at the elizabeth warrens and the bernie sanders were really pining for. And so when you look at those two big messages actually think. That was the whole balking say that carry. This is why go back to you know. It's a pretty simple equation. Gary johnson plus hillary clinton equal joe biden but the none of the above voter twenty sixteen lanes right and they also voted for seems to vote more more often. They voted republican below by. That's right. I think that there's another important 'asymmetry to point out here. That isn't just in our. That isn't just built in to our institutions. Though which is an. We're seeing this play out sort of as we speak. But at least don democrats and joe biden particularly in his messaging has been about reinforcing confidence in institutions. Right has been about lee. We need to build american unity. We need to listen to experts You know let's debate things civilly in the media. Republicans are not playing by that same set of rules in the sense that There is a especially on the part of the president. There has been an effort to de-legitimize in some major american institutions. So i think. I just think it's important to point out that there is an 'asymmetry. They're and democrats are reckoning with that. The choice of joe biden. I think signals to me that voters are pining. I have more faith in in those kinds of institutions everything mortar religion to the military to being able to trust information. That seems to be the message from voters. But i think some of the debate that you're seeing on the progressive side is progressives raising their hands and saying. Is it possible for us to win if we're not playing even on the battlefield. Will you know in bounty. This is a part of this where i get a little depressed where you know. Voters do not reward compromise. They punish it and and so what. I'm curious is what do you think the two parties are taking away from this election. I mean we already see what the republicans are taking away which is what they can lose a. They don't have to win a persuasion election. they can lose a persuasion election. And i think that's a scary place to be as a country when one of your two parties doesn't believe it has to win persuasion election..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"Is happening. I'll be talking with doodle. Fundraiser michael whitney about the wild west of amman fundraising for political campaigns. There was until four a fairly big scandal where the college republicans essentially a disguised their fundraising appeals as a supporting george w bush's re-election and they did a direct mail scam essentially targeting senior citizens getting people to donate to george w bush but all the money went to the college republicans. And that's two thousand four. You look sixteen years later. And that is the mo for probably one hundred different democratic groups. That's this week on. Why is this happening. Search for wise is happening. Wherever you're listening right now and subscribe. So i want to shift gears slightly here on shifting gears or just sort of move move the conversation a bit and that is going to be in sort of. What did we learn from. Voters was there sort of national mandate or not a friend of mine mark gave me. This used this construction with ban. And i said i'm going to borrow this because i think it's pretty smart. He said we were centre-left nation with center-right institutions and and. I thought it was pretty smart because look if on a popular vote basis this country lanes left. We know it. We see it in the popular vote. We see it in polling on social issues culturally. There's certainly is a left lane. You could make an argument. That that's because of the dominance of the coasts right but obviously our institutions whether it's how we elect senators from every state right or the electoral college itself because those areas are are are more evenly divided within the electoral college or in the way the senate sort of skews toward smaller states. It allows you know so when mitt. Romney says we're centre-right nation. No or not. Our institutions are centre-right so therefore yes we'll be governing from a center right perspective but the country center and that to me is the real sort of challenge for joe biden right the popular the population may be with them sentimentally but the institutions are just sort of structurally center right. And they're almost forcing incremental ism whether the less likes it or not and the question is whether the left will sort of see the structural disadvantage air and accepted chuck. I liked that construction a whole lot. I'll give you one other might one other message takeaway. I think from twenty twenty is that we end up getting the two large messages from the parties that they campaigned on in the final months. So joe by. And said hey. Let's unify the country. Let's tackle the corona virus. That really was the major national message. That democrats ended up. Having it wasn't hey let's elect democrats up and down the ticket. Let's push for health care and of course you know those were like planks the party but the major message was unity. In the corona virus from joe biden from president trump. The message was don't let these radical dangerous democrats changed this country. Let's don't let them court pack. Let's don't give them too much power. And so the result wind up getting was a joe biden who defeated president trump. That says. Hey i'm gonna practice unity. I'm gonna go. After the corona virus but doesn't end up giving him a democratic congress release of powerful democratic congress and certainly democratic senate to really affect really big change on the kind of change at the elizabeth warrens and the bernie sanders were really pining for. And so when you look at those two big messages actually think..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"And i'm not i don't i think i'm gonna i don't understand why florida's being put in that same column. I just disagree. There's no evidence. There's nothing we learned how to florida. That indicates anything of the battleground state. You had a uniquely bad set of messaging in one county but you take that county away and everything else about the state was was super. Duper battleground I think when you look at the other to florida looks a lot more like texas georgia north carolina and arizona than it does ohio and iowa. I think on on that score But i i take your larger point man. Those other to carry our friend at the university of minnesota. That's smart politics blog. That i probably over forward stuff to you. The political unit about he made a notation. it was something. This is the for a democratic victory. These lawless sort of gains at the mid west was sort of not as not as big of an engine to the democratic victory as it has previously played. And frankly i think it goes to the fact that you could argue that georgia arizona replaced iowa and ohio. Right you know. We were so used to idaho the other two major main stage in the midwestern battleground and instead maybe george nares them. Well that's right. And i kind of want to go back in time. And when we're talking to democratic operative say in the presidential. You're gonna flip the three rust belt states. You're going to be leading in georgia and leading in arizona and you're still kind of like not gonna feel great about election day because of how these changes really don't feel permanent me and that's because of what happened down the ballot you know. Democrats and republicans went into this election with republicans fearing that. They were just gonna get absolutely clobbered down the ballot but they were gonna lose some of the senate seats indefinitely on the house. Side that they were just going to get annihilated Especially in some of those you know in some of the sunbelt states in the suburbs just didn't happen and i think we're going to have to spend a lot of the next four years kind of unpacking what those voters were trying to say in some of those key states when they were repudiating donald trump but not necessarily repudiating republicanism. I mean some of these changes like you know the colorado in virginia is marquis talking about. I mean those those feel like very permanent changes to me with the margins that you see in the big cities and suburbs but in other places. You know this. These victories for joe biden. Don't necessarily feel to me like we're really cementing. A coalition for anything other than this very unique presidential election. Dante will we in twenty years. We look back on twenty twenty and say oh. Joe biden was one of the last democrats who could carry wisconsin michigan and pennsylvania and he and and in twenty years the democratic path. Frankly the the path that presidency the swing state path is going to be almost entirely through the sunbelt. With maybe minnesota you know. As as sort of the the indiana what indiana has been for republicans in the midwest that it's minnesota with for the most part in twenty years from now the path that the presidency goes almost entirely in some it..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Hello from washington. I'm chuck todd and this is the chuck todd cast. We are a week and a day away from the election. We're starting to get a good look at what really happened. And since we don't really have exit polls to us we got to do it. The old fashioned way look at the returns. One thing is clear. We're still in the middle of a realignment of the electoral map. Because we're still in the middle of a political realignment. We're seeing a voter shift from the rust belt of the sun belt but this was an election that seemed to straddle. The map from previous years and points in the direction of the map is going to change in the future. This is very much a transitional map that we're staring at right now joining me now to dig into these numbers some of the best people around here to understand the vote. My colleagues from the nbc news political unit mark marine carried dan and are walking and talking data download himself. Dante chinni dante. Of course Not only contributes to us here to be seen news but he runs the american community project. as well and markarian dante looking forward to this podcast for a few months because it meant it would be post-election and we could start unpacking the election so there's sort of a obviously we have a very simple way to talk about twenty sixteen to twenty twenty. Which is gary johnson. Plus hillary clinton gives you joe biden That's the simplistic way to look at. Twenty twenty but mark. Murray me to start with the sort of this idea that the political map we're looking at unlike the two thousand political map which became sort of the foundation for the political map of the next twenty years. There was some gradations the additions of pretending colorado being the two biggest And now since now the subtraction the map were staring at now. Feels like it's still shifting and it just we just sort of key were in the middle of. We're not fully fighting for the presidency in the rust belt anymore and we're not fully contesting it in the sunbelt right now yet. Chuck look i think overall you're exactly right that this twenty twenty election was basically twenty sixteen that in democrats at the very top of the ticket to run better and you end up seeing performance but i in the big cities in the urban suburbs dante Able to chew on go into more detail. Joe biden did better with independent voters and so like almost kind of across the board in the places. Joe biden needed win. He did better than hillary clinton which gave him his victory. But to your point on the map. I actually think it's fascinating that places like colorado in virginia which were battleground or even not even battleground of the beginning of the century. You end up. Having joe biden with ten point double digit leads in victories. In both of those states. Ten points in virginia even more than that in colorado and on the flip side places like colorado in iowa seemed to be tougher than ever for democrats despite some of the polling that showed. Hey maybe those races in those states are going to be close. And so you know the colorado's in virginia's getting bluer. And i think as we end up heading maybe in the next cycle and twenty twenty four and i kind of get the shivers even thinking about that but all of a sudden in ohio iowa maybe even florida or a lot more out of reach..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"Welcome back to the chuck. Todd cast one of the things is that we did with our with our group of voters. And we're GONNA always try to add second third story ideas when we sit groups of voters down particularly in our candidate county. Johny project is what it's the local consumption of news. It's like all of it is op ED. Now when you when you look at the main line news in you look at main line print news whether it sucks or whether it's MSNBC they're we're all so heavily biased at this point in time. It doesn't seem like there's any one current media outlet that is delivering a true. You bipartisan objective source. Everyone has bias and it comes out in this fast paced polarizing media environment. It can be difficult to find those sources versus but if you work hard enough there so if I want to know what's going on in my small community I find out on facebook I can no longer read it in the grand rapids press. This is the nightmare scenario area with local journalists. I've for so I have to say it didn't surprise me so But the work I do and I'm out here or the Journal. I run the American community project. Donald George Washington and we were looking at all the survey data the sheer and we did a huge report in rural America. FACEBOOK is everybody goes all the time just to find out what's going on all it's kind of. It's where they go in so news creeps in there. It's also in some of these rural place. This is the way to keep in touch with people facebook messenger because phone numbers chain. This is change. But that's the one place you can always find somebody. Everybody is getting news off facebook. Yeah this this gets at Allie facebook. They just they. They just are in denial that they have destroyed local newspapers and local community news organizations now when I used to destroy them without trying to repair it they work what I was in local and local news. Not even that long ago that you know we sort of I worked at a PBS station. So you want people to come to your pbs station's website because maybe we can get a donation. Maybe we can get a sustained membership that kind of thing. We had to go on facebook. Otherwise we weren't going to be seen by anyone. Okay you're held hostage. All digital media is held hostage by facebook because of their but it does prophesy scale. Yeah and eventually you're still you'll just you're handing them too much money in order to to think of. We underestimate how much people got their political news through very with their local stations and then through facebook and it's also a Dante. The local newspaper helped reaffirm that we weren't full of it in the national press. Okay Lakes People's connection that like there was a everybody shared the same local newspaper and everybody getting the same. Local newspaper was reporting according to the same okay. So there's clearly something to this without the local verifier sort of the local newspaper person or the local news. person was our advocate. The national media advocate and the local community. And if they're gone then. Our advocate is is Sean Hannity on facebook in some retweeted thing. Like that or Ben Shapiro and you know nothing good for them for building audiences but not at the expense of local the local TV does what it can but it's a half hour when he's just it's just there's most on whether a newspaper look rapids is not a small city and the grand rapids press ones. When I interned there a million frigging years? Ago Was the third largest newspaper in State of Michigan and it was the newspaper for I I had to make police calls to like thirteen different counties. He's when I went in there it's a regional paper. The local paper the Western for Western Michigan. Yeah so and it was. It tracked all this stuff. It was a huge building on the river with a big newsroom. It's all gone. The buildings gone. It's just a little entrance for mlive. which is now? It's funny so many by the way so so many great cities. The newspaper headquarters was on the river. Whatever what does on a waterway because it allowed? It was really for the to get your newsprint supplies. All the Miami Herald at this wonderful wonderful building in the Miami Miami River. The Austin American statesman is also on all we'll and then they all as they went under and they and they realize oh it's valuable real or somebody nobody else Miami that's gone and the Miami Herald building is now I think they may you know condos high rises because it's beautiful waterfront. You know it's like I will say like grand rapids. What's press when it was? There was a thick newspaper and it was a it was a good newspaper. This is where facebook's this is where Zuckerberg is just wrong he. He is a publisher. He has to accept that their publishing and they have to figure out how they have screwed up local news. He's a Republican. He doesn't publishes everybody else. That's right he has to accept this fact and donations to news. ORGANIZATIONS AREN'T GONNA cut it that because if you talk to these grand rapids voters that we talked to they. They can't find a new source. They like they don't like social media absorbed they like podcasts. But I mean I don't understand the grand rapids press should run grand rapids news. Not Anybody facebook. Did I mean there are different models you can do why. Why shouldn't we want? Who's going to run the news page for for grand rapids for facebook? Well should be the grand rapids press. I will say this to this. Is the most important part of this entire discussion. Is that when that local newspaper goes away. The one thing that has everybody read the news it was it was the news out of grand rapids so everybody goes on facebook now but the news that people are getting up in grand rapids over facebook. They all getting different stories so just getting different versions of the soap opera plots from their favorite cable channel. Yeah getting if that's that's absolutely right so it's one to track actually in this county to county projects was we wanted to ask people what they're seeing on their facebook feeds because we we don't see it here it's Seoul. It looked those things that there's an olive algorithms determining what you're getting in there versus the clippers is what you even leave on the screen. I say this disclaimer all the time. If I ever knowingly reporting false news I'd be fired. There's not I don't I don't get suspended. Don't get rewarded. I don't get anything. I just remind people and Dante have you ever did something false. You'd likely be fired an avalanche. You'd be fired. That's how a news organization works and infotainment Tehmina works differently. We're not infotainment where news organization. So look you make somebody may tell you what we're doing is fake news. If we were I'd be out of a job. Fired him. Jenny Alexander Congratulations. You still have jobs including it's week to week day but then again don't we all you've been listening to the chuck. Todd cast from meet the press. Today's episode produced by Justice Screen Ryan Brown and Liz Brown. Kaiser Matt Rivera's our senior producer crisper digital and John Races our executive producer Steven ties. They had a podcast premise news. The theme music is composed by spoke media. I'M CHUCK TODD GETS MEET THE PRESS DAILY ON MSNBC every today five two PM on the West Coast or there's the big show every Sunday morning dvr at now all stream it however you want to watch it just want to think soliciting and until we upload Agai-.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Welcome back to the chuck. Todd cast one of the things is that we did with our with our group of voters. And we're going to always try to add second third story ideas when we sit groups of voters down particularly in our candidate county. Johny project is what it's the local consumption of news it's like all of it is op Ed now when you when you look at the main line news in you look at main line print news whether it's Fox or whether it's MSNBC they're we're all so heavily biased at this point in time. It doesn't seem like there's any one current media outlet that is delivering a true. You bipartisan objective source. Everyone has bias and it comes out in this fast paced polarizing media environment. It can be difficult to find those sources versus but if you work hard enough there so if I want to know what's going on in my small community I find out on facebook I can no longer read it in the grand rapids press. This is the nightmare scenario area with local journalists. I've for so I have to say it didn't surprise me so But the work I do and I'm out here or the Journal. I run the American community project. Donald George Washington and we were looking at all the survey data the sheer and we did a huge report in rural America. FACEBOOK is everybody goes all the time just to find out what's going on all it's kind of. It's where they go in so news creeps in there. It's also in some of these rural place. This is the way to keep in touch with people facebook messenger because phone numbers chain. This is change. But that's the one place you can always find somebody. Everybody is getting news off facebook. Yeah this this gets at Allie facebook. They just they. They just are in denial that they have destroyed local newspapers and local community news organizations now when I used to destroy them without trying to repair it they work what I was in local and local news. Not even that long ago that you know we sort of I worked at a PBS station. So you want people well to come to your pbs station's website because maybe we can get a donation. Maybe we can get a sustained membership that kind of thing. We had to go on facebook otherwise we weren't going to be seen by anyone and so okay. You're held hostage. All digital media is held hostage by facebook because of their prophecy scale. Yeah and eventually you're still you'll just you're handing them too much money in order to to do you think we of we underestimate how much people got their political news through very with their local stations and then through face. But it's also a Dante. The local newspaper helped reaffirm that we weren't full of it in the national press. Okay Lakes People's connection that like there was a everybody shared the same local newspaper and everybody getting the same local newspaper reporting according to the same. Okay so there's clearly something to this without the local verifier sort of the local newspaper person or the local news. person was our advocate. The national media advocate and the local community. And if they're gone then. Our advocate is is Sean Hannity on facebook in some retweeted thing. Like that or Ben Shapiro and you know nothing good for them for building audiences but not at the expense of local the local TV does what it can but it's a half hour when he's just it's just there's most on whether a newspaper look rapids is not a small city and the grand rapids press ones. When I interned there a million frigging years? Ago Was the third largest newspaper in State of Michigan and it was the newspaper for I I had to make police calls to like thirteen different counties. He's when I went in there it's a regional paper. The local paper the Western for Western Michigan. Yeah so and it was. It tracked all this stuff. It was a huge building on the river with a big newsroom. It's all gone. The buildings gone. It's just a little entrance for mlive. which is now? It's funny so many by the way so so many great cities. The newspaper headquarters was on the river. Whatever what does on a waterway because it allowed? It was really for the to get your newsprint supplies. All the Miami Herald at this wonderful wonderful building in the Miami Miami River. The Austin American statesman is also on all week and then they all as they went under and they and they realize oh it's valuable real or somebody nobody else. Miami that's gone and the Miami Herald building is now I think they may you know condos high rises because it's beautiful waterfront. You know it's like I will say like grand rapids. What's press when it was? There was a sick newspaper and it was a it was a good newspaper. This is where facebook's this is where Zuckerberg is just wrong he. He is a publisher. He has to accept that their publishing and they have to figure out how they have screwed up local news. He's a Republican. He doesn't publishes everybody else. That's right he has to accept this fact and donations to news. ORGANIZATIONS AREN'T GONNA cut it that because if you talk to these grand rapids voters that we talked to they. They can't find a new source. They like they don't like social media absorbed they like podcasts. But I mean I don't understand the grand rapids press should run grand rapids news. Not Anybody facebook. Did I mean like there are different models. You can do why. Why shouldn't we want who's going to run the news page for for grand rapids for facebook? Well should be the grand rapids press. I will say this to this. Is the most important part of this entire discussion. Is that when that local newspaper goes away. The one thing that has everybody read the news it was it was the news out of grand rapids so everybody goes on facebook now but the news that people are getting up in grand rapids over facebook. They all getting different stories so just getting different versions of the soap opera plots from their favorite cable channel. Yeah getting if that's that's absolutely right so it's one to track actually in this county to county projects was we wanted to ask people what they're seeing on their facebook feeds because we we don't see it here it's Seoul. It looked those things that there's an olive algorithms determining what you're getting in there versus the clippers is what you even leave on the screen. I say this disclaimer all the time. If I ever knowingly reporting false news I'd be fired There's not I don't I don't get suspended. Don't get rewarded. I don't get anything. I just remind people and Dante have you ever did something false. You'd likely be fired an avalanche. You'd be fired. That's how a news organization works and infotainment Tehmina works differently. We're not infotainment where news organization. So look you make somebody may tell you what we're doing is fake news. If we were I'd be out of a job. Fired him. Jenny Alexander Congratulations. You still have jobs including it's week to week day but then again don't we all you've been listening to the chuck. Todd cast from meet the press. Today's episode produced by Justice Screen Ryan Brown and Liz Brown. Kaiser Matt Rivera's our senior producer crisper digital and John Races our executive producer Steven ties. They had a podcast premise news. The theme music is composed by spoke media. I'M CHUCK TODD GETS MEET THE PRESS DAILY ON MSNBC every today five two PM on the West Coast or there's the big show every Sunday morning dvr at now all stream it however you want to watch it just want to think soliciting and until we upload Agai-.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Two hundred the electoral votes Because Biden is such an acceptable alternative trump. They only had themselves to blame but they have put themselves. They're doing their best to either. Do One of two things things defeat him in the primaries or soften them up for the general. Yeah because I think they think when so look they are not playing politics away and I do. They don't think about the way that you and I do. They are focused on key. The types of voters in several state don't believe in persuasion. This is that right and the only person I know it's going to like minded people and getting them fired up and angry the only personally see as a threat as Joe Biden because they they think that that's the only person that can take some of these voters in Kent County and take some of the blue collar vote from beaver county where we're going. Peel some of them away. A. And will has enough connection through Barack Obama to to the African American community to bring those voters out. That's what they're scared of. They see the equation. Everything with them as an equation an and they see the equation but Biden is being scary. You don't see the equation with I think was sanders and Morrinsville problem with the problem with their math equation. is they don't right now so there is no strong third party effort anywhere. Well this is we don T on down. We talk about this all the time. The margins are so so small small if he wants to recreate 2016. It is very difficult to replicate that because basically quickly just life this is what Donald Trump sixteen the dealer got twenty twenty. What exactly? Yeah and the fact is if you're blackjack dealer gets twenty. Most of the time you lose is your hand. You don't win three hands in a row when the dealer gets twenty and you hit twenty one it happens. That's when you're supposed to walk away from the table that's not doubled down and at the end the day. He's gambling that the same dealer is going to show up and he's going to get twenty one twenty casino guy so he knows how to rig casino. We know why just to break back. This is why the county project is is really cool because in my biased opinion. It's really cool. Because they are the small little margin that have to fall in that particular way for either side to carry us and here at meet the press. Our job is to prepare you for what everything you need to know about the election and not make you feel better or worse about yourself. It's just simply to give you the information. You need to understand why people think our job is to be their therapist. I I trust me. We we all need it from time and against it go find it somewhere else of an imminent one account on us and just to reiterate like by particularly why Kantar so important. Donald Trump won Kent County by the smallest margin of any Republican president presidential candidate for fifty years. And that's in a year when the Republican candidate won Michigan. That's remark that was not a popular. Just a remarkable. It's a it's a great place for us to dip into. It's fascinating all right. Excellent conversation real quick quick break. You're listening to the Chuck Todd cast from. Hey guys is Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit down. PODCAST I get together with Jennifer Hudson to talk about her leap from American idol to an Academy Award and starring in the highly anticipated stupid. Do cats movie get now for free. Wherever you download your podcasts?.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"Two hundred the electoral votes Because Biden is such an acceptable alternative trump. They only had themselves to blame but they have put themselves. They're doing their best to either one of two things. Thanks defeat him in the primaries or soften them up for the general. Yeah because I think they think when so look they are not playing politics away and I do. They don't think about the way that united they're focused on key. The types of voters in several state don't believe in persuasion. This is right and the only person I know it's going to like minded people and getting them fired up and angry the only personally see as a threat as Joe Biden because they they think that that's the only person that can take some of these voters in Kent County and take some of the blue collar vote from beaver county where we're going. Peel some of them away. A. And will has enough connection through Barack Obama to to the African American community to bring those voters out. That's what they're scared of. They see the equation. Everything with them as an equation an and they see the equation but Biden is being scary. You don't see the equation with I think was sanders and Morrinsville problem with the problem with their math equation. is they don't right now so there is no strong third party effort anywhere. Well this is we don T on down. We talk about this all the time. The margins are so so small small if he wants to recreate 2016. It is very difficult to replicate that because basically quickly just life this is what Donald Trump sixteen the dealer got twenty twenty. What exactly? Yeah and the fact is if you're blackjack dealer gets twenty. Most of the time you lose is your hand. You don't win three hands in a row when the dealer gets twenty and you hit twenty one it happens. That's when you're supposed to walk away from the table that's not double down and at the end the day. He's gambling that the same dealer is going to show up and he's going to get twenty one twenty casino guy so he knows how to rig casino. We know why just to break back. This is why the county project is is really cool because in my biased opinion. It's really cool. Because these are the small little margin that have to fall in that particular way for either side to carry us and here at meet the press. Our job is to prepare you for what everything you need to know about the election and not make you feel better or worse about yourself. It's just simply to give you the information. You need to understand why people think our job is to be their therapist. I I trust me. We we all need it from time and against it go find it somewhere else of an imminent one account on us and just to reiterate lake by particularly why Kantar so important. Donald Trump won Kent County by the smallest margin of any Republican president presidential candidate for fifty years. And that's in a year when the Republican candidate won Michigan. That's remark that was not a popular. Just a remarkable. It's a it's a great place for us to dip into. It's fascinating all right. Excellent conversation real quick quick break. You're listening to the Chuck Todd cast from. Hey guys is Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit down. PODCAST I get together with Jennifer Hudson to talk about her leap from American idol to an Academy Award and starring in the highly anticipated stupid. Do cats movie get now for free. Wherever you download your podcasts?.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Good afternoon from Washington. I'm Chuck Todd and this is Chuck Todd cast as we debuting last month. We have five counties. We've identified five swing states for twenty twenty that range and diversity that are essentially different types of swing voters in this election action so for these five counties are counties that we are going to be checking in with from time to time on various hot button. Topics are five counties to remind you. There's is my Home County of Miami Dade Florida place it we wanna look at the diverse Hispanic electorate there that there is a slice of the Latino. Vote there that we'll be a swing vote. There is Milwaukee County where we WANNA see African Americans who swung between voting and not voting. That's a different type of swing voter but that is a swing boating. Reading Group area tracking there is beaver county again. This is a swing voter group of trump's supporters people who didn't vote for a long time. Suddenly trump made them voters again and again. These are people that swing between voting and not voting. It's a trump strong trump county but there are swing voters in that county. Different type swing. butters Maricopa the largest suburb in America in Phoenix Arizona. Honestly simply because we can call a state accounting. I have kid no. Arizona is sort would've suburban America and there's grand rapids Kent County which is the swing. Republican vote in America is probably the best way to describe it. These are the Gerald Ford Wing of the Republican Party that no longer feels welcome in the Donald Trump wing of the Republican Party and they truly are vacillating. It is a fifty fifty county. What used to not be a fifty fifty county so so there are different things and in order to understand the impeachment story? We believed that Kent County of our five counties was best representative of explaining well. Why haven't the moderate Republicans jumped on board impeachment? And with that I bring in my folks who were on the front lines of the grand rapids project project here Dante Chinni who is a heads up our data analysis both for us at NBC News And at The Wall Street Journal and Allie Sanzo one of my senior producers At meet the press. So there's your setup so we find this group voters ally uh-huh let me start with you. What did you what did what did you expect? And what did you end up with. Well we expected people all to be conflicted on impeachment. But I didn't expect as much of a feeling I mean I. I thought you know right off the bat when Dante as the first question the best analogy was put. I've heard from people after watching the show on all sides of the fact that you you have recorded a football game you and you get a spoiler push notification on your phone you find out the score. So do you still watch the game. Only if you really love football only if you WANNA let's see every little in and out those are the People Watch impeachment people that like political back and forth. They like the game. That's those people who are paying attention because otherwise it's already it's already decided dont`a I know some people look at these voter conversations and I know they're very they're like well that doesn't represent me and it's like that's correct. It's not designed you too and that's the point of our county project is we know there isn't one county. Although I do believe Kent more than others as goes maybe so goes the country this cycle only that said the way we set up our county project was to educate people that swing voters come. There's different types of swing voters so this Republican Group. These are new swing voters swinging for the first time. They're openly thinking about not voting Republican. What's now the second time? And they're the they're if they start to lean impeachment twenty Republicans in the Senate will follow suit right. The point was to us why we thought we wanted to single out this group of voters. They're the group of voters that it decided that they disapprove of trump's actions and don't think you should be thrown out. There are our goal was to find out. Why do you think you understand why now? Yeah I think I do and I think the most interesting thing to me. The question I had going in was so well is if if anybody is going to move on impeachment because people are dug in pretty hard. It's going to be this group of people a Masha district. That's right this is the disatrous. There's another reason congressman over this barrier issue no longer Republican Congress because of it so trump I mean because of trump and this constituency of here. It's fascinating and so the thing that was interesting to me was. How are they paying attention? Because if anybody's going to peel off it's going to be these guys are the first ones out. And the first one's back that trump like this is why we're so this is why we're going to spend so much time there vacillators on on trump. Because they're they've been Republicans are whole life in republicanism. Yeah absolutely server that means trump is redefining. It that's right well. They don't think he's a true conservative. I mean that's really a he's a true well and so the interesting thing is we're not gonNA talk about who said what but like three of voters are on that people are voting for Donald Trump and twenty twenty as of right. Now let's make was. We knew that there was half and half. Or maybe he's going to vote are considering buying for. The Democrat is considering leaving it blank just exactly but but the thing. The thing to keep in mind was impeachment. The question we had was is impeachment doing anything to these voters. There's isn't making and it's not because their mind was made up before the impeachment. Everybody loves the football analogy. I Football Guy Alley is the one that said we knew what we were getting and that is. This is something that you know. Everybody knew that he had that. This is a guy who would gripped on the government if necessary. This is a guy who would you know he. He would lie about his business deals he would lie about. Is there so they. It was factored in for many. They chose him despite these things. Because many of these voters thought Hillary Clinton wasn't that much better on the personal corruption. Stuff whether that's fair or not. That's what those voters thought and they really do worry about fiscal issues. They brought up. I think it was a our people said his. Does he do something wrong. Daily they all by the way. That was the moment you're like well. This is why I sit here sometimes. Thank how does trump even have a chance. These are people people that are actually still open to vote for him and you say Oh God does something wrong. Every Free Group for Kevin McCarthy. It was a good focused. I think for Mitch McConnell Donald You have it. I don't think it was a good focus group for Donald Trump. No by. We're figured out of control because there's other debates happening. These voters are going to hold their nose and vote for trump or at least vote. I I'd go back Dante. which is what with this is? There's been a question here. Will the Republican Party be changed forever by Donald Trump or is this a temporary takeover. Yeah these voters. I still hold out. Hope that it's a temporary takeover. You have. They have not decided that the party is dead yet. Now just a mosh may have MHM they're not yet there but boy close. They don't have a lot of faith and where things are going right now. And they are willing to take on Mitch McConnell. I thought was fascinating by somebody. They singled out for and they singled him out. Not about trump knows more like even care about the deficit anymore with the idea that you're only gonNA care. There's a democrat. You did stop being so disingenuous. She's and she's a Republican. WHO said one of the problems with Mitch? McConnell is like look when Obama's elected they just said we're going to defeat this guy in her mind. It's like look this has been Republican. Again she's repulsed Republican you know. Got Her words but you know her thought was like look. You guys started this. And now we're trapped in the the other side of it and that's just where we are and she does not like the direction of the party overall. He's pro-life she it all her definitions of what. It's like to be repulsed Republican right now right but I do think that she is a repulsed repugnant. To the point out. I'm not going to more than her mouth or anything but I I get the sense. He's probably GONNA put the Democratic in in twenty twenty voting for Donald. NBC News Team met her at a county Democrats from her. We actually shot this thing. Yeah absolutely so which brings me to a larger question about impeachment. which is Were them Dante I WANNA talk about the public opinion minute. We're basically in our third month of this and make the Ukraine story and the polling basically hasn't budged. Now some people will say that's organic. I think it's fascinating that it hasn't budged and I look at it as a huge problem for donald trump because he had to fight they had to spend millions millions of dollars to fight to a draw. The Democrats didn't spend any money on this They did not turn this into a a political exercise. One might argue was that might be a long. Maybe that was a mistake. But maybe it's a long term Upside to this should trump campaign feel good that they've fought this to a draw like I think they look at it and think 'cause they think of the basis happy they're happy but after all of this. I guess the good news is they fought a draw but they had to spend so much money to get to a draw had they not keep would be below forty right now I the way I view who it is they have their they have never left twenty sixteen. They're still in two thousand sixteen the campaign the trump campaign. They're they're going to try to win. Two Thousand Twenty the same way the same way so they don't need to grow their base if they get it the way you need to grow their base. Well that's a whole different question but if they get it the forty-five they're thinking like a forty five th they are probably the only political campaign in history in a two person race and what's going to proceed to be a two person race or get a forty five percent and it feels good. Yeah I really think that's I you know it's funny funny just in a mosh doesn't look like he's running for President Ali. Did you see any sign of out there. That he's GonNa run as the Libertarian nominee. I mean now if trump abyss counting on a F- on forty five percent being a winning number there there is no evidence that he's going to have third party candidates that will help achieve that five five to seven percent that he would need to make that a winning number. Yeah they need to make sure all up there also banking on the Democrats nominating tasting. I think Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders. Still I think they're still banking on that. Of course there obviously outwardly. Very nervous about Joe Biden besides the voters odors that Kent County People Those are the candidates Ca Canada strategically the trump. Campaign's been really smart about Biden in this respect on either you've softened up for the general election Or you do not come out in the primaries so whether you here's the thing you've you've thrown yes you're throwing your best punches. That's the downside. But the upside is. He's underwater. Biden is underwater nationally and he wasn't doesn't when this campaign began. Yeah I think the trump folks while I still think that they they may have I think the the absurd it really Guiliani. Juliani is almost. Maybe in hindsight will guarantee by denomination like. We'll we'll say boy if it wasn't for Ukraine Biden and win this nomination.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"Good afternoon from Washington. I'm Chuck Todd and this is Chuck Todd cast as we debuted last month. We have five counties. We've identified five swing states for twenty twenty that range and diversity that are essentially different types of swing voters in this election action so for these five counties are counties that we are going to be checking in with from time to time on various hot button. Topics are five counties to remind you. There's is my Home County of Miami Dade Florida place it we wanna look at the diverse Hispanic electorate there that there is a slice of the Latino. Vote there that we'll be a swing vote. There is Milwaukee County where we WANNA see African Americans who swung between voting and not voting. That's a different type of swing voter. But that is a swing. Voting Reading Group area tracking there is beaver county again. This is a swing voter group of trump's supporters people who didn't vote for a long time suddenly trump made them voters again and again. These are people that swing between voting and not voting. It's a trump strong trump county but there are swing voters in that county. Different type swing. butters Maricopa the largest suburb in America in Phoenix Arizona. Honestly simply because we can call a state accounting. I have kid no. Arizona is sort would've suburban America and there's grand rapids Kent County which is the swing. Republican vote in America is probably the best way to describe it. These are the Gerald Ford Wing of the Republican Party that no longer feels welcome in the Donald Trump wing of the Republican Party and they truly are vacillating. It is a fifty fifty county. What used to not be a fifty fifty county so so there are different things and in order to understand the impeachment story? We believed that Kent County of our five counties was best representative of explaining well. Why haven't the moderate Republicans jumped on board impeachment? And with that I bring in my folks who were on the front lines of the grand rapids project project here Dante Chinni who is a heads up our data analysis both for us at NBC News And at The Wall Street Journal and Allie Sanzo one of my senior producers At meet the press. So there's your setup so we find this group voters ally uh-huh let me start with you. What did you what did what did you expect? And what did you end up with. Well we expected people all to be conflicted on impeachment. But I didn't expect as much of a feeling I mean I. I thought you know right off the bat when Dante as the first question the best analogy was put. I've heard from people after watching the show on all sides of the fact that you you have recorded a football game you and you get a spoiler push notification on your phone you find out the score. So do you still watch the game. Only if you really love football only if you WANNA let's see every little in and out those are the People Watch impeachment people that like political back and forth. They like the game. That's those people who are paying attention because otherwise it's already it's already decided dont`a I know some people look at these voter conversations and I know they're very they're like well that doesn't represent me and it's like that's correct. It's not designed you too and that's the point of our county project is we know there isn't one county. Although I do believe Kent more than others as goes maybe so goes the country this cycle only that said the way we set up our county project was to educate people that swing voters come. There's different types of swing voters so this Republican Group. These are new swing voters swinging for the first time. They're openly thinking about not voting Republican. What's now the second time? And they're the they're if they start to lean impeachment twenty Republicans in the Senate will follow suit right. The point was to us why we thought we wanted to single out this group of voters. They're the group of voters that it decided that they disapprove of trump's actions and don't think you should be thrown out. There are our goal was to find out. Why do you think you understand why now? Yeah I think I do and I think the most interesting thing to me. The question I had going in was so well is if if anybody is going to move on impeachment because people are dug in pretty hard. It's going to be this group of people a Masha district. That's right this is the disatrous. There's another reason congressman over this barrier issue no longer Republican Congress because of it so trump I mean because of trump and this constituency of here. It's fascinating and so the thing that was interesting to me was. How are they paying attention? Because if anybody's going to peel off it's going to be these guys are the first ones out. And the first one's back that trump like this is why we're so this is why we're going to spend so much time there vacillators on on trump. Because they're they've been Republicans are whole life in republicanism. Yeah absolutely server that means trump is redefining. It that's right well. They don't think he's a true conservative. I mean that's really a he's a true well and so the interesting thing is we're not gonNA talk about who said what but like three of voters are on that people are voting for Donald Trump and twenty twenty as of right. Now let's make knows half or maybe he's going to vote are considering buying for. The Democrat is considering leaving it blank just exactly but but the thing the thing to keep in mind was impeachment. The question we had was is impeachment doing anything to these voters. There's isn't making and it's not because their mind was made up before the impeachment. Everybody loves the football analogy. I Football Guy Alley is the one that said we knew what we were getting and that is. This is something that you know. Everybody knew that he had that. This is a guy who would gripped on the government if necessary. This is a guy who would you know he. He would lie about his business deals he would lie about. Is there so they. It was factored in for many. They chose him despite these things. Because many of these voters thought Hillary Clinton wasn't that much better on the personal corruption. Stuff whether that's fair or not. That's what those voters thought and they really do worry about fiscal issues. They brought up. I think it was a our people said his. Does he do something wrong. Daily they all by the way. That was the moment you're like well. This is why I sit here sometimes and thank. How does trump even have a chance? These are people people that are actually still open to vote for him and you say Oh God does something wrong. Every Free Group for Kevin McCarthy. It was a good focused. I think for Mitch McConnell Donald You have it. I don't think it was a good focus group for Donald Trump. No by we're figure out of control because there's other debates happening. These voters are going to hold their nose and vote for trump or at least vote. I I'd go back Dante. which is what with this is? There's been a question here. Will the Republican Party be changed forever by Donald Trump or is this a temporary takeover. Yeah these voters. I still hold out. Hope that it's a temporary takeover. You have. They have not decided that the party is dead yet. Now just a mosh may have MHM they're not yet there but boy close. They don't have a lot of faith and where things are going right now. And they are willing to take on Mitch McConnell. I thought was fascinating by somebody. They singled out for and they singled him out. Not about trump knows more like even care about the deficit anymore with the idea that you're only gonNA care. There's a democrat. You did stop being so disingenuous. She's and she's a Republican. said one of the problems with Mitch. McConnell is like look when Obama's elected they just said we're going to defeat this guy in her mind. It's like look. This has been Republican again. She's repulsed Republican. You know. Got Her words but you know her thought was like look. You guys started this. And now we're trapped in the the other side of it and that's just where we are and she does not like the direction of the party overall. He's pro-life she it all her definitions of what. It's like to be repulsed Republican right now right but I do think that she is a repulsed repugnant. To the point out. I'm not going to more than her mouth or anything but I I get the sense. He's probably GONNA put the Democratic in in twenty twenty voting for Donald. NBC News Team met her at a county Democrats from her. We actually shot this thing. Yeah absolutely so which brings me to a larger question about impeachment which is We're Dante I WANNA talk about the public opinion minute. We're basically in our third month of this and make the Ukraine story and the polling basically hasn't budged. Now some people will say that's organic. I think it's fascinating that it hasn't budged and I look at it as a huge problem for donald trump because he had to fight they had to spend millions millions of dollars to fight to a draw. The Democrats didn't spend any money on this They did not turn this into a a political exercise. One might argue. That might be a long. Maybe that was a mistake but maybe it's a long term Upside to this should trump campaign feel good that they've fought to a draw like I think they look at it and think 'cause they think of the basis happy they're happy but after all of this. I guess the good news is they fought a draw but they had to spend so much money to get to a draw had they not keep would be below forty right now I the way I view who it is they have their they have never left twenty sixteen. They're still in two thousand sixteen. The campaign the trump campaign. They're they're going to try to win. Two Thousand Twenty the same way the same way so they don't need to grow their base if they get it the way you need to grow their base. Well that's a whole different question but if they get it the forty-five they're thinking like a forty five th they are probably the only political campaign in history in a two person race and what's going to proceed to be a two person race or get a forty five percent and it feels good. Yeah I really think that's I you know it's funny funny. Doesn't look like he's running for President Ali. Did you see any sign of out there. That he's GonNa run as the Libertarian nominee. I mean now if trump abyss counting on a F- on forty five percent being a winning number there there is no evidence that he's going to have third party candidates that will help achieve that five five to seven percent that he would need to make that a winning number. Yeah they need to make sure all up there also banking on the Democrats nominating tasting. I think Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders. Still I think they're still banking on that. Of course there obviously outwardly. Very nervous about Joe Biden besides the voters odors that Kent County People Those are the candidates Ca Canada strategically the trump. Campaign's been really smart about Biden in this respect on either you've softened up for the general election Or you do not come out in the primaries so whether you here's the thing you've you've thrown yes you're throwing your best punches. That's the downside. But the upside is. He's underwater. Biden is underwater nationally and he wasn't doesn't when this campaign began. Yeah I think the trump folks while I still think that they they may have I think the the absurd rudy. Giuliani Juliani is almost. Maybe in hindsight will guarantee by denomination like we'll we'll say boy if it wasn't for Ukraine Biden and win this nomination.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Her town hall recently two thousand eighteen as we want to get back to work for the American people we're the one we and I okay man so president on is not the responsibility to take some money a lot of trouble if you can and do the look on her face during all this was one of scorn and indifference she care didn't matter at all she showed up with this town hall in obligatory way meaning she had to go there but she didn't care what these people were saying and you can see it on her face she didn't even try to look warm and engaged she's had a flat blank glare on her face can draw Hornets now let's go to audio somebody number for me the depressed center a correspondence out to Michigan Kent County Michigan the correspondence Dante Chinni and I want to go out there talk to Republican voters about impeachment and here's a montage of a what they happen to say again this is N. B. C.'s telling reporters to Michigan I don't even.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"They know the strategies they applaud themselves but bitcoin short my first target. Now. I'm not hedged. So whether you want to try consistently long-term or you just wanted to so that you can buy Szekely slate. Well, it not because you've got your portfolio hedged trading. Something you should be really looking into. Because if it takes us four years until we say bitcoin get a twenty thousand again, why not profit on the way down as well. As on the way up right on man. I like that profit on the way down not just on the way up. What is your strategy checklist? You just mentioned you have to file your strategy checklist. What is that checklist in? How do you recommend people to follow that? There's a lot of emotion. There's a lot of you know, a couple more pennies I could put in there, and then they lose all their shit. How do you tell them to follow his checklist in keep yourself in check? Well, it's literally it's all it's all structured so with a lot of other providers of education that they take everything that's technical. Whereas I died because it's really. Pointless. You know, I don't need to go into a pantry and every single ingredient to make an omelet. I just need to know how to mackinac teach you how to mackinac that's one of my Dante Chinni about how to make a phone do because it's gotten a relevance to what I'm trying to create right now. So I take that approach to my trading, which I take the individual ingredients that are going to be applied with the strategies that I use and then go through practical, all of those you not gonna come everything to do with the market by working with my you're going to become a master of trading those strategies because it's an outcome by stole process. I don't want to look at guy yet. I want to rot doesn't have this. Yes this. Yes. No move to the next shot. It is a literal checklist. That allows the discipline to come in. When you've got a routine, and then you've got disciplined to apply that that's how you kill a Mushin because you have a plan of attack. You have a way of Bank consistent in your approach. When you're consistent in your approach your outcomes, become more consistent. And also what happens is if he fully through and tighten the screen shots as recommended show. You hats, it's very very clear way you stuff up. And when it's clear what you get things wrong. Guess what it's much easier to fix them. So that's how we take the emotion out by having that structure, three trading strategies. That's all okay. There's a couple of areas to that when you combine them together. But essentially the last eight years at least exclusively try to those three strategies you need everything you just need to find nation be good at it. So that structure helps take the emotion away is traditional trading..

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"dante chinni" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"There's probably even worse stuff than blood in the water and probably not a lot of magical powers Meanwhile is there? Some magical power in the Republican wave that has been spreading across industrial counties in the United States Story in the Wall Street Journal it's eight very thought provoking analysis by Bob Davis and Dante Chinni And they. Write the Republican party has become the party of blue collar America After the nineteen ninety two election They circulated they were able to specify the twenty most manufacturing intensive congressional districts in America In other, words the congressional districts that were most. Economically dominated by factories and, in, those twenty districts fifteen of. Them were. Represented by Democrats five were represented by Republicans okay so they did that again This year The twenty top manufacturing district's the twenty districts that had the most domination in the district of factory enterprises of. Manufacturing enterprises Every one of those twenty districts is now represented by a Republican So? What is going on what is the issue what is driving this and what's fascinating to me Is they report that it's it's, not just Republicans clearly connecting with. Blue collar voters on issues? Of values and hard? Work and patriotism sometimes? A religious related as well But it's actually that these are different counties once upon a time Pittsburgh was very prominently associated with blue. Collar factory jobs it isn't anymore And the. Number of blue collar factory jobs of jobs in manufacturing. Across the country Has gone down so dramatically That it's shifted almost entirely very few of the counties as recently as one thousand nine hundred eighty two that were most dominated by manufacturing are still dominated by manufacturing is the US factory workforce, diminished in size fifteen point four percent of the US workforce in one thousand nine hundred eighty two The factory workforce now is just eight point five percent And as it declined it moved out of, big cities that were union. Strongholds and into blue-collar suburbs the northeast and New England strongholds for Democrats largely disappeared from the map of manufacturing. Intensive counties according to analysis by the Wall, Street Journal There are no manufacturing intensive counties any longer and Massachusetts or in Connecticut And the shift of these jobs is indicative of what and how is this a beneficial trend for the Republican party a we'll, get, to that and. To your calls coming up one. Eight hundred nine five. Five.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"And men and particularly collegeeducated with any numbers as to how strongly college educated women come out to the polls to vote any more or less than the average person somebody else that vote yesterday thrown email and uh it it look at it depends on election to alexa right but trout numbers very different things motivate voters and different issues are kind of in the air but as a general rule uh college educated people vote more the boats without a college education that higher at a greater rate higher percentage and women both at a greater rate than men so collegeeducated women generally vote more and 2017 the elections we've had in 2017 taj indicated women have made a very large part the electorate that's why like if you're republican and you're looking at these numbers that they're so great right because if you get turn out anything like we're getting in 2017 was this group of voters really coming up so the polls and you see these numbers this disturbed at your point gap uh that's that's something for you to be concerned about we're speaking with dante chinni of the wall street journal dante what do you democrats need to get out the vote in two thousand eighteen and try to capitalize on this number if they can right now remember or worse still in 2017 for their end the point seven km but were still in 2017 so there's nothing saying these numbers are going to hold but if they do hold and that the question of turn out for the democrats 2017 is proof of the democrats seem ready to vote they seemed really energized this is a really uncommon the party out of power midterm elections is often motivated to come out they don't like what's going on in the country it's it's harder when you win actually when you win it's harder to get people come out because i voted we want what do you want out of me i i you know i'm i'm not as enthused as i was now that now that my team has the white house whereas if you're if you're dis the folks that you want to win lost your much more motivated general so the democrats look to be in terms of the.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And men and particularly collegeeducated with any numbers as to how strongly college educated women come out to the polls to though to any more or less than the average person somebody else halfmoves yesterday thrown email and uh it it look at it depends on election to election by a numbers very different things motivate voters and different issues are kind of a near but as a general rule uh college educated people vote more the bucks without a college education that higher at a greater rate higher percentage and women both at a greater rate than that so collegeeducated women generally both more and 2017 the elections we've had in 2017 contradicted women have made a very large part the electorate that's why i look at their republican and you're looking at these numbers said they're so great but because if you get turn out anything like we're getting in 2017 look this group of voters really coming up to the polls and you see these numbers the status started two point gap uh that's that's something pretty to be concerned about we're speaking with dante chinni of the wall street journal dante what do you democrats need to get out the vote in two thousand eighteen and try to capitalize on this number if they can right now remember or worse still in 2017 there end the point seventeen but we're still in 2017 until there's nothing saying these numbers are going to hold but if they do hold and at the question of turn out for the democrats 2017 has proven that democrats seem ready to vote they seem really energized this is not really uncommon party out of power midterm elections is often motivated to come out they don't like what's going on in the country it's it's harder when you win actually when you win it harder to get people to come out because i voted we warned what do you want out of me i i you know i'm i'm not as enthused as i was now that now that my team has the white house whereas if you're if you're dis lost of appalled folks that you want to win lost your much more motivated general so the democrats look to be in terms.

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"dante chinni" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dante chinni" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Politics reporter dante chinni about his piece entitled can democrats win the house these counties hold clues are what is it that the republicans point to here after all this while army whether wanting to work they have been pending darker longtime took no big of pride and i think altener republican can point out eject it you know even though note among the date by a lot he didn't whenever it county by ally and likud actually the frigate opponent from and we need to talk about air which the new republican candidate did much better nb well educated talent they both of the county but the eu at the lowest percentage of college graduate edgar let the actually did better than republican candidate of four years ago a kootenai of estates uh so that's something were they can look at that look word done appealing a bluecollar voters voters that kinda feel like they've been left behind economically ad did better than conviction i did you go through a good time first uh but that again think virginia beach cover such important how to quit because they look a lot like the 62 competitive how district it look a lot more than like the nation at large frankly in terms of the cultures asian uh it it is a really only appealing to the people of the blue power voters with lower percentage of the college additional communities that's not a good thing for them they they even if the run margins in these world trade places martell world were work less beat it better even if the run margins are not going to help him up there losing places like chesterfield virginia beach which again i don't want to cater the education there there they look alike with the country and if you a republican that's what should worry more about the jinya it's not really about the five amid the big margins for naughton should him concern everyday concern anyway for republican but the fact that you look at these kinds of places virginia beach county on the fact that republican inland there uh democrat did when they're that bagged rave alive wrestle name thanks dante that his wall street journal data and politics reporter dante chinni ladies twenty minutes now in front of the.

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