18 Burst results for "David Gregory"

Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Christie's will auction Isaac Newton's notes for his greatest work next month Christie's has announced hand written notes containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his master work the Principia will go up for auction July eighth in London Newton's mathematical principles of natural philosophy published in sixteen eighty seven set up the laws of gravitation and motion Christie's expects the revisions to sell for between eight hundred fifty thousand dollars and one point three million dollars the first edition of the book sold at auction for three point seven million dollars in twenty sixteen the page and a half of notes for a planned second edition includes comments and diagrams by Scottish mathematician and astronomer David Gregory hi Mike Crossey up

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"david gregory" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"david gregory" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And huge truncheons. They like to use the term truncheons around Russian. Huge crunches wagon loads of declassified information would be good for America, I think, especially let's start with UFO's We'll go with UFO's first Everything area 54. Let's do that. Declassify all that good stuff, Because if they're keeping secrets there, I want to know what they are. And you have my text all these years. Don't keep secrets from me when I paid for you guys to find out the secrets and and then the president should start declassifying all kinds of stuff like maybe the Kennedy assassination. Maybe we should do that. They're still holding back stuff on that. They literally are still 1963. They're still holding back stuff on that. I think we should get that it it is, But these these people they reveal themselves and if only we had a news media that was legitimate, and we don't with its largely Jim Acosta Times, 1000 and their political activists and their hacks, and they're angry and they're bitter. You notice how angry I mean, Obviously, everybody notices They're angry and they're better. It doesn't matter. They think Joe Biden one, and they're still attacking people and spitting in the faces of the police. And they're still just being vile, vulgar, repugnant Criminal Democrats and on the news media keep saying what? But there's nothing to see her. On dis this intelligence net, which is choking us to death in the United States. American from corrupt and I'm just looking What happened during the 2016 campaign. They had that this. You know this guy who was on CNN this morning because they know he's a confirmed liar. Andrew McCabe, next to another confirmed liar, James Clapper. So they can get to the truth, I guess is what the big ideas here. They're going to get to the truth. By talking to liars and again. These are the people at the center of the conspiracy. It's not a theory. We know what was done most of its public and and what much of it certainly And we have the Durham. You know John Durham. Hey calling gender and somebody ring the dinner bell. Maybe John dermal come running amazing stuff. But I'm looking at at all of this. Today You start putting the pieces together and we live in a scary time. We really do live in a scary time. And while there are lawsuits in several states still pending and and counts and recounts going on The Democrats and the media. But I repeat myself have they're acting like this is a technique used by like con men and scamsters grifters. You just act like it's over. You just say Well, now it's over. Now. Game's over. No game's not over. No, we still have. It's like a chess game We started. There's no check. There's no checkmate. We're still playing the game here. No, no, it's over where three moves out and you're over. No, no. It's not over until it's over. But they just declared to be over and then walk away Arrogant land smugly and their friends in the news media have these crazy things and And the Democrats that people they've got the CNN with David Gregory and Dana Bash is ex husband is a lawyer CIA during the Obama administration. Then he left because he was an Obama political appointee at the CIA, and everywhere you look, the tentacles are everywhere on it stinks. And I gotta tell you if this were flipped that flip this coin and make this a Republican thing, and the news media would be burning their own newsroom, they'd be rending their clothing. Be tearing pockets off of their shirts and wailing out loud. But instead, they're just saying, Hey, shut up, just shut up, which is what they've been saying for years. Isn't it? The lower third graphic on CNN this morning with Dana bash with her ex husband, Jeremy bash, and I don't think he was there on the set and that I don't think they talk anymore. It was. It was an ugly break up and and, of course, David Gregory of NBC News confirmed Democrat his wife's a big time lawyer. In Washington. Beth Wilkinson does not work for Democrats. Interestingly enough, but the lower third graphic says President Trump is hiding after election defeat. President Trump is hiding after election defeat. That's what That's what it says to the graphics and the the thing that because that's that's what they do, and then they have Andrew McCabe and James Clapper on Tonto get the truth to their dwindling and already limited number of viewers. Amazing stuff. This is our Democrat party slash media inseparable. No daylight between them. Today is also Veterans Day, of course, and it's 11, 11 and Armistice Day and the End of World War one, of course. Theologian power of the 11th Day of the 11th months is what I said, and 1918 bringing an end to World War one, which was, of course, the war to end all wars. The great war. A zit is or Woz known and may still be known as the great work we're expecting. It's in spite of the fact that, CNN said Why is President Trump hiding after the election defeat Well, that it's not actually officially defeat. We have an electoral college and, you know, CNN and Fox News for that matter, don't get to call the election on. Then tell the president United States to leave. You know, that's not how that works. But the president will today. So why is he hiding? He's going to go to Arlington Cemetery this morning for a wreath laying ceremony, which is tradition and custom at Arlington Cemetery, the tomb of the Unknown and and s. So he's not in hiding. We'll see if he takes any questions or Or short, but it is and who was it? Who was the other CNN person said. Why is President Trump hiding in the White House? 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"david gregory" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"david gregory" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Howie Carr. And unlike Chuck thought, I'm not gonna lie and tell you that there no political opinions here on this daytime television programmes slash radio program. How ridiculous is that? If a guy will lie to you about something that obvious, is there anything he won't lie about? And the answer is obviously no. Right, Grace. It's unbelievable. We always say either. They're so warped that they don't know what's true anymore. Or they think we're very stupid. This is a case of them thinking we're very stupid. If Chuck Todd things we can watch his show and not see a political slant. Huh? I laugh at Chuck. Todd, Check. How much did your wife make when she was working for Bernie Sanders Back in 2016. How much did you make when you were working as the flak? Former Senator Tom Stolen Valor. Harken. Did you make a cz much as Jake? Wrapper that when he was working for Chelsea, Clinton's mother in law as a flak Aura's Muchas George Stephanopoulos made when he was working as a Black for the horn dog in chief and running the bimbo eruptions you had on the side. It's just crazy. You could go down the whole list of people on NBC, you know, and and, incidentally speaking, speaking of media hacks All the sports world is breathlessly waiting for the scandal of the Sun Frances. It's a bombshell. It's actually It's the only real sports story that there's bad. Honestly, I'm hoping it's a bombshell. I'm hoping they didn't. They didn't blow this out of proportion because it sounds like this is about to take down a lot of people. Nothing. I wish that our anybody, apparently there's some kind of. According to all the sources, The Washington Post is about to break a big scandal story on the Washington Redskins are form the team, formally known as the Washington Redskins, and they haven't been read renamed yet specifically the owner. The Washington Redskin, right, and they just fired two people out of the front office last weekend. Guys have been with the team for a long time. The play by play Guy had been with him for almost 20 years. Just abruptly resigned yesterday, and now it's turned out that they got me on the subject is they've hired as their lawyer. Beth Wilkinson does that name ring a bell? But yes, it does. Beth Wilkinson. We brought her up to Joe diGenova before correct? Yes, Most recently she was working as the lawyer for Judge Solomon Judge Sullivan and before she worked for Judge Sullivan. She worked for Hillary Clinton's aides slash co conspirators in the espionage case and got the cases broom and they didn't have to testify against one another. They all claimed attorney client privilege. Even the ones I don't think that weren't lawyers air weren't practicing lawyers and By the weirdest the oddest of coincidences. She just happens to be the wife of David Gregory. 01 time at a breakfast brunch type situation in Park City. Very fancy, swanky place. I saw him while it was right before I ran into. It was right before I started working for you, Howie and I looked at him and he kind of could tell I recognized him And he kind of gave me that. Like, Don't don't say anything to me. Look. And I was like thinking I said I was going to say anything. I just, you know, you see the same guy who took the ratings. Grace was going to say, Don't don't say anything to me. You know, you're the one who took the ratings of meet the press and of the toilet. Yeah, That was that was made David Gregory Eso eso that Mrs David Gregory is now representing the the Washington Redskins as the the's Alleged scandal is about to unfold and to think that we were talking about the name change as if that was going to be their biggest issue. They got bigger fish to fry, Speaking of sports. Somehow I have a great sports story that I want to start. Grace's new This's such good news, especially for you. I know you're a huge baseball fan. I know you watch every game, you can have been. So sad Since it's ended. The Dodgers are taking the field on July 23rd and you I'm reading from a lycan email blast him thing, and you can be here too. But in cut out form thin cut outs are available in the dugout club or the new pavilion homerun seats for only $299. And in the field level or lodge levels for $149. Plus, you will get the chance to take your cut out home at the end the season. It will also be authenticated as game used by Major League Baseball players. It's awesome. You can't be at the game, but you're cut out Khun B there. Where do you go to pick up the cut out? You have to you have you can't social distance when you pick up the cutout Canyon? I don't think you know. Is he going to Chavez Ravine for the For the Dodgers game? $299. I think this thing cost us like five. Plus, we didn't pay for it. Someone else brought in. But I'm assuming with the artwork that I took it probably called you $5 to make this cut out $299 you don't even get to sit out there and watch the game. You just don't get it. What is the point? The point. Howie is, you know, Sometimes you like to look at your cut out and just see it and wave to it. People want to do that. Actually, no people want to do that. At baseball games. They want to watch my mon remote..

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"david gregory" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"david gregory" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Start which is the same as in these questions why don't we just I don't know I'll let this go Jude in Birmingham Alabama a Jude what's on your mind that I thanks for watching you two I was calling about the Tim Russert I was wondering if he had if he had been alive during the twenty sixteen election and he had called cop out over his taxes basically saying we cannot elect the man it does not really stack this could he have ended trumps campaign why not even Tim Russert would say explicitly something like we can't elect a man who won't do this but he's got you know Tim Russert was a tough question and usually I mean I I sometimes took exception with the the problem that the Tim Russert had in that David Gregory had at NBC now he's over it to see and I guess and does that Chuck Todd has right now and this is a very serious problem for for for guys who do the kinds of shows that they do where they interview a lot of politicians and of those politicians refused to show up they don't have a show if they don't have a show they lose their job and the network will replace them with someone who is willing to interview all the politicians the is that when you try to hold the line politicians to account aggressively on the air live those politicians line politicians the say Hey I'm not coming back on your show and all our colleagues get together and say we won't either we're going to punish you and in the Republicans did some of this back during the twenty six sixteen election in fact I think there was a week or two there were they were boycotting why the other the networks and it was a big deal so if you know the in the the interviewers if they want to keep their jobs in the networks if they want to continue to have the the the this imitation two sides ism they have to act like some of the allies.

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"david gregory" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is ineffective mayor of New York City yes one of the fifty richest people the world absolutely does he understand capitalism Willie destroyer economy no we take your gun yes we destroy the oil and gas industry if he has his druthers the answer is yes and as you already affected this race in this country true it has but I look at the people here in Oklahoma as a travel around the country outside New York I'm wondering is there a base for somebody who is getting close to the eighties is set this seventy who really would be the first one to tell you you have to lean into understand what he's saying he whispers and he's going against a guy who is bigger than life in the president of the United States will that indeed matter David Gregory of C. N. N. weighed in on the prospect of Bloomberg making an impact cut nine Michael workers has looked at running many many times and this is not a shot in the dark he has pulled out before he has decided not to run because he's concluded in those around in that he cannot win he's an opportunity to be a more centrist Democrat I mean this is what is the big power play on the left right now which is what is the future of the Democratic Party and there's a real split about that and he represents that splitter and sees weakness in this lane this more moderate lane so here's the thing I give Michael Bromberg a lot of credit he's a self made success story there's a ton of full answer be set up a great thing at Johns Hopkins hospital giving back to his business school he does a lot that no one sees I get it but here's the thing about my Bloomberg I don't resent his success it seems like everyone running for president resent successful people especially was with Warren and sadly it seems to be resonating she's going after Bill Gates going after Jamie Dimon going after Facebook going after going after Google okay fine not perfect organizations but they're American companies and these other people made a lot of money give a lot of money and one rich people have a lot of money and stay in business they hire other people and if you're good you become rich and successful too but this billionaire's tax hi guys I know your heart still go out for people who have more than I'll ever spent I get it but you should give credit to people who had employed people make a huge impact on society they did a forty eight Thomas Edison I mean the people resent Benjamin Franklin you know they said they would say well let's take him down the here's what Bill Gates said all of the a right wing extremists about this new billionaire's tax the new front runner on the left is proposing and some of the impact that they don't see the president Obama never saw cut fourteen I'm impressed that there are few candidates the go even beyond right view and I do think you do tax too much to do risk the art in all capital formation innovation U. S. is the desirable place to do innovative companies I do think you risk that I'd love to somebody to find a middle ground approach anyone I just say can Elizabeth Warren give a little on this he doesn't know cut thirteen and I'm not sure how open minded she is even be willing to sit down with somebody you know who has large amounts of money right and that's him is you mean bears by clicking I can't do the definitive biography of Bill Gates but yeah we hear the gates foundation the doing this thing trying to like be the whole continent of Africa I mean there doing some incredible things a lot of rich people have big hearts and they want to give back why if you take their money away if you don't incentivize them to invest more it does give people like us a chance to make our own success stories unless you want to work for the government and I don't know I've been to motor vehicle and I'm still waiting for my name to be called so the the other thing I'd like to bring up is Jeff sessions a terrible Attorney General worse off than if ineffective Attorney General what a nice guy and one of the first to jump on the tram train and those lawmakers told them he was crazy trump is never going to win and trump was so we're respectful of ME said Jeff what do you put job you want said like to be Attorney General only said a lot slower he hears what Jeff sessions I want you to hear his ad as he tries to make up with the president.

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"david gregory" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"So back to the shepherds I did like when Bill shepherd sat down with David Gregory. I feel like that house of cards. I do like these media hits. I do like checking out the different cable news shows. And like when we incorporate the real stuff, I do love that house of cards does make cable news appear to be you know, really calling it down the middle that they do not paint cable news as partisan at all. Now, they're just giving us the facts. They just really they're always looking at the constitution. What's legal? What's not legal? They never playing sides on cable news in house of cards. Well, we did have I was at MSNBC or one of the one of the clips that they showed where whoever that anchor was was saying that Claire he's like, oh, she has depression, and he's like trying to trying to diagnose he's trying to diagnose her. Like this. This this cable news anchor is trying to diagnose who who was that Lawrence O'Donnell or was that CNN. I think it was Lawrence O'Donnell was it. Wolf Blitzer wasn't wolf Blitzer captions were covering all the names. And I'm glad that you recognize that that was David Gregory. Because I was like I looked so familiar, and I was trying to figure out how I could figure out who that was because I knew it was a real person. I'm not sure we're David Gregory. I think David Gregory might be with ABC news at this point. He's he's at CNN. Now, he used to be at NBC's host. I think he took over at meet the press after the late great, Tim russert passed away. But I don't think it was working out. And he ended up moving on and Chuck Todd took over there. But David Gregory with a one on one with Bill shepherd. Yeah..

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"david gregory" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Lines but where did that come from somebody must've been been to an in that the case we actually know it was well don't to cool robot record he was also very interested in math and in fifteen fifty seven he wrote a book who wit stone of wit an in it him traduced symbol and he says i will settle as i do often work us for a pair of parallel lines of one length because no two things can be more equal so do we know who he meant it we know why he makes it because those two lines are always equal very hard to think of anything that's more equal than two parallel lines so quite a clever man another one to pick it random think the kissing number sounds interesting like a some coins the let's say the cool to their old time shape and you stick one of them on the table and then you arranging as many as possible around it to touch it you don't have to do a lot of experiments to discover that you'll get six coins surrounding the central one i little nice little hagen so the kissing them for circles is six questions wants the casino fees if you do tennis bowls what happens and there was a long historical argument one of the people always newton of course he's very very famous and newton said he full on so was twelve and the other one was a scottish mathematician david gregory is no i think fitness teams fear of this happened in sixteen ninety four it was a long time ago that newton was right the answer is twelve mathematicians have actually looked to higher dimensions as well and sometimes they know the kissing number on quite often they don't to still an open problem so there's a that she has applications to to codes.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Sean spicer or what sarah sanders does and chooses to do i think is really unfortunate but i think what's important is that the press corps you can't be led you buy a motion you can't get angry you have a job to do and you have to keep pressing and keep pressing and you have to work with each other john king our colleague at cnn often said you know when we will talk about questions to ask it's important that we feed off of each other instead of just play for ourselves we have to be listening and work as a grueling follow up on when followup and yes you know at the white house press pool core can be it can be there could be a pack mentality there could be group thank there can be laziness times if you don't work together you're just not going to you're not gonna get anywhere and i so i think that's the key to it that's the key to it and i think you know the efforts to to marginalize them is something that's unfortunate and and you know it's very easy to see through it let me ask you a couple more a personal questions i meant to ask you about your mom we talk yet your dad she had her own struggles uh when you're when you were yeah yeah my mom and it we had a big impact on me in terms of i would say you know my own sense of identity my ambition my mom was an alcoholic she's been sober now over thirty years good for yom in she she struggled with addiction early on and certainly when married to my father and you know it's when you're a child of a of an addict you know you do everything he can to protect that secret and it sucks in its.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I bet it up but but but i you know but i think i did i mean i think i was kind of immature times covering the white house especially in the briefing room in that i would i would really get angry and instead of kind of recognising okay brisk this job to do and and i i mean the truth is i fought a lot harder with ari fleischer and i would sometimes slip him note saying i'm sorry i was to obnoxious but you know i think i was always fair but in those moments i got i got pretty hot and and in that one math white beds i get a you just shouldn't title anybody like that addition do that and i was on meet the press we're talking about that and i apologize to you you must look at what's going on now through the per year here at the university of chicago things to apologize to do a to lead a panel on covering trump you see all kinds of friction between reporters in the white house press secretary's now what looking through the prism of your own experience how do you react to the way trump is being covered and the way the white house press course is dealing with the folks they have to deal with so i think i'd have a really hard time i really do i think i have a hard time covering this white house because i think they're unserious people in many regards and i think they've done things that show a lack of integrity but they are doing the job and you're you're covering it you know you're covering the institution you're covering the presidency and you have to respect the presidency i'll never forget foreign iran foreign again first a pool spray we had in the in the.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A really really uh decorated uh lawyer in this country prosecutor and without incredible history and then you get shipped to washington to cover the lewinsky case which by the way as we talk as we speak today were we're marking the twentieth anniversary of just one day after of that story breaking uh i remember all those reports calling me from washington as sitting here in chicago's in what he's going to have to resign bank right that's right line kinda misread the politics of the country uh talk about that covering that well i mean it was fascinating i think i felt really kind of in over my head at first coming to washington and then on a major story trying to keep up with all the other journalists and all the the other analysts and and you know just trying to manage everything that was there was coming my way trying to understand the politics of the country and i guess the question of morality in politics as well it became an issue but it was it was interesting to be around to get some upclose look at at how the clinton white house operated i was not somebody who i didn't have a lot of inside access i was a little bit more on the outside that i was getting a sense of what a generation of reporters were dealing with with the clintons and then i pivoted and i started covering bush and covering the bush years and it was interesting i think to to start covering up political figure like bush who pivots off of those years in a way where he positions himself as someone who you may like or dislike is politics but who was in a restore dignity was going to restore honor and dignity you know to the white house and that in that matter to a lot of people you a you'd as you mentioned covered that bush campaign.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Mad and rex harrison and uh richard harris a with whom my dad almost had a fistfight in new york your presence i not in my presence i was a little young but i but i was at home in la and it was on entertainment tonight it was the lead story and entertainment tonight at my father richard harris almost came to blows this was during the went went hbo was doing shooting the production and when each view did stuff like that so it was a very interesting career my dad was always a big adviser for me and uh incredibly of us i guess my question is did you never think about the show business billing today so so i did my father in stepmom k had a an apartment at trump tower and in the mid '80s and we went to live with them for a summer and my father had ups and downs in show business rough business and he hit a really bad patch where he was really really struggling financially in trying to get things together and i win worked in new york that summary worked in for one of his the general managers of one of his shows and i remember seeing the effect that had on my dad and and how just tough it was and i said oh no this is not for me i don't want to be business that is this cutthroat and as this unstable i won't deal with the irony of that right pay with by that i read somewhere by the time you were fifteen you a decided that brought broadcast journalism was something that interested you why.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And he you know so he was a tough tough guy grown up in the bronx and now finishing college going out to california to try to become an actor alternately became an agent had a really interesting career managed harry belafonte and it can fell out with belafonte over there were other things like money but you know they were issues around civil rights in belafonte uh you know activities in civil rights movement which my dad didn't always understand an end to their was that was an interesting dynamic but rohan and martin who did laugh yen and francorussian red buttons and bobby darren so my dad had this really interesting career he was in vegas and met my mother actually introduced by the comedian bob newhart my mother was really singer spiring dancer and so you know so they met each other and then they lived out in vegas and my father became a theatrical producer and i spent a lot of time on broadway as a kid is the son of a of a theatrical producer even though we grow up in los angeles and my mother my mother inro probably you what what kinds of shows said he purdue he did deeded camelot and my fair lady in 1988 e one those are the revivals of those shows he did he it's funny i sent you that picture 'cause you guys looked headed yes some similarities with your suggestion in nineteen no seventy i want to save seventy four he declarants darrow with henry fonda and they brought that to washington and i remember george mcgovern was there and i just discovered 'cause i'm good friends with tim shriver his parents arjun and younis shriver in a picture meeting my dad because i'm creating a book about my dad and so they had this thing it kennedy center that was a kind of a heady thing from my dad my dad loved mini love politics from afar but he loved the hedonists of of world affairs in washington and nothing pleased him more and he was a big adviser to me and my career in nothing nothing impressed him more than you know that the idea that i had this front row seat to history that i knew presidents and kings is he would say did you uh you you must have known say henry fonda you must have met him in yeah dr said he were i was young yeah richard burton i met.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And a sense of hatred that they sense in the media for trump area no you're out like hardcore trump i think that that is i think that that is true um i still think that um there is there may be a sense of exhaustion hero at the end of it that four years of this you can see people saying nama i can't i can't handle another four like this but a may not be look i would be the last to say because i like so many others under estimated him in two thousand sixteen so i would never underestimate him now but i need to get back to your story sure everybody knows about donald trump but i want to talk about your story and i wanna start with your your family and grown up in los angeles your dad was a producer yet tell me about him in tell me let's go back just a couple of your family your dad were is ju was jewish new mom halfway haflinger um but whether their families come from yes so you know my dad grow up in new york in the bronx off grand concourse and his father died when he was 4 and his mother was someone with whom he was not now is the father where when did the family get here the family had gotten here i think his father had been born in what is now belarus and he had come here in his in his dad was in the in the beat transportation business his uncle his his mother's brothers were very successful businessmen they owned a restaurant a delhi and they did very well but my grandmother on my father side always kind of struggled and kind of had a live off off her siblings and all of that created a real chip on my dad's shoulders so he was in wanted to be an actor he wanted to get in show business and everybody thought he was crazy don ginsburg he changed his name to gregory.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Yeah no i mean the the real irony of him is for all his complaints he he starves for he is starved every minute for that attack he loves being the center loves of attention and by the way i think this is one of the problems for the republican party going into november 'cause the truth is they've got a lot of things they can say i mean you know i don't agree with a lot of what he's done but the conservative judges the deregulation the tax bill you know he considered his base i pulled out of these global treaties i think that's these were bad may be disastrous decision but he did him and the economy a he he inherited a very strong economy and it's getting stronger he juice stood a little uh the stock market in particular with a tax cuts but the problem is he's still sits there in the thirties why because of him because of his behavior and that is a pathological thing that is an earn changeable thing and that's the reality that the republican party is staring at that they can't deal with a one thing that is holding their a his and their numbers back which is his own behavior i understand that would certainly affect him this year and effect the party but don't you think that once we get into a a an election cycle where it's trump against someone else you look at hillary clinton there was a lot about her deficiencies but they're still he seems to benefit a lot from this push did people feel went when i speak in different parts of the country i hear it all the time people don't like the media they don't like yeah if they don't like him they don't like the obsessive nece the tonnage.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And i i saw a lot of council on this and everybody from you know guys who became friends like jamie diamond and and other really interesting thinkers who said you have to get together in kind of imagine if i were gonna start this thing over again what would i do but the problem is that too risky europe do that if you're starting a podcast starting a new show couldn't take meet the press and say what if we were just tearing it up and do it again because there was enough that audience that has built an expectation rai and you have to show you how you need time is the real point you need time to evolve into that night but what your other point was for the exploration in conversation exploration in interviews is what i know is what i really care yeah and when i had those opportunities they were very satisfying yeah but it's but and my point is the format did noise you're even tim had a much better opportunity for that because in his when meet the even in two thousand eight when he was finishing uob before tragically passed away of fishing his tenure he would have hourlong interviews with people that spent one hour y'all unthinkable now on sunday show hi did that was secretary clinton her first hourlong interview as secretary of state it was it was great i had so much fun doing it i think she was comfortable doing and i think there was a lot of light and a lot of elimination in an interview it was good journalists yeah and we we had the ability to to carry that off but again just a lot of pressures and look i think the sunday shows have been benefited tremendously benefit a tremendously by donald trump and the irony of trump as much as he hates the media as much as he talks like an authoritarian and crosses line into fake news he's so available it's unbelievable.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Top and he starts going on biden does about family values and and the republicans and i and i just i just thought you know will you might talk about family values what about gay marriage president says he's evolved have you and then he's going on and on it is very long winter and he started saying you know our mitigate witted wedding last week and in this out in the and he's talking about the child than the love and i'm just thinking where are we going here in many mentions he said you know will and grace did more to change out through that homosexuality and i'm thinking oh my gosh home run but i still was so in the moment it took me till after word i thought did we was at what i thought it was and my producer says hell yes it was the white house you may be well i was part of it i mean i i you guys are 'allion later here's the thing the just to give you were for our end of the thing and for those of you don't remember this was back in two thousand twelve and the vice president jumped out ahead of the president basically in terms of endorsing samesex marriage and we really we really were planning on the president the prison was insisting on making a statement about this at the beginning of the two thousand twelve campaigned two thousand lemme said just someone's can asked me this question i'm going to answer it and you guys should be prepared for that and we actually had thought like in the next couple of weeks after biden was on that show hughes presidents can be new york he had a couple of things scheduled that would be a good time.

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"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Right and that is something that we witness every week on these shows in and i think part of you know some of times it's very informative and sometimes people do get off there talking points but a lot of times it it just becomes kind of a familiar sort of exercise does you know when i started doing the program as you were member you guys were just coming in yes and of course you're dealing with the financial collapse and i took very seriously the challenge the my wife gave me which is you need to really digging in on the financial system in this country in the banking system in this country and i had a number of injured of which she she as a very very prominent lawyer former prosecutor in all of that had a pretty indepth now she did and she was a general counsel fannie mae when the government moved in and then resigned wants the government did that uh a funny encounter president bush about all of that when i when i said to him uh i said by way might my wife was a general counsel of fannie mae so thanks for that he said well i know a lot of people over there thought they were doing the right thing here's the problem for your wife mungai hank paulsen didn't agree but but the boy was it in those conversations i really thought we got two we got to something real because there it was an illuminating conversation and there were some cases about that and i rang whether it's politics or the discipline of of going back and forth with you know the the the gatekeepers sometimes the push back was important and sometimes you know there were moments is vesey with with robber gives you know the press secretary who notably i think uh committed news without meaning to end up that's still not the most satisfying when joe biden commits major news on on gay marriage aviator yuille illicited there which which by the way was so interesting because we're we're pretape ing that interview with biden and a terrific producers now at abc chris donovan in we would always prepare six ways from sunday on the question of gay marriage especially with the democrats because we knew this issue is going to break um and on that.

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"david gregory" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"david gregory" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Entourage one of things lots of talk about germano david gregory lured codes ryan a gloria border were jared kushner's essentially saying look i didn't read the full email chain that that donald trump jr sent me there's no defence of don't from junior and this is essentially just saying i winced as meeting had no idea who the participants were a don't remember how many people there were and was boring as my mrs nicole me so i could get out right i keep us on a bad day saying you know just call me to get me out of this meeting i i what he didn't contest was the known facts about the meeting you know he didn't in his in his testimony say when i read down the email it was clear that these were russians and my and don jr was thrilled about getting the dirt i'm hillary clinton so his testimony was is interesting for what it didn't say as as what it is what it did say and i will also add that you know we have have known about these meetings and jared kushner had a lot of opportunities if he wanted to to say these meetings never occurred with with gorkov with kislyak and cetera cetera he portrays him as completely innocent and that may may well be but throughout all of this you know he didn't deny that these meetings took place no other one thing that the investigation will be looking at is inconsistencies in his testimony so on the one hand with the email about the trump tower meeting in june of two thousand sixteen kushner says well i didn't even read that whole exchange because obviously there was one part of that is very maybe incriminating out the word but very eye opening it says you know the russian government supports your father's campaign and we want to give you information to saying how i didn't even read that part nothing about the meeting.

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