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President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic
"The White House was trying to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict with the quote deal of the century, but the Palestinians were not among those signing the so called Abraham Accords today. It was the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain, agreeing to open diplomatic and economic ties with Israel. President Trump's staged an elaborate ceremony to mark the occasion were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were at war with Israel. They had been working quietly together to counter Iran. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked the the US US president, president, You You have have unequivocally unequivocally stood stood by by Israel Israel side. side. You You have have boldly boldly confronted confronted the the tyrants tyrants of of Tehran. Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Palestinian see the deal's as a betrayal by their Arab allies and an effort by the Trump administration to undermine the Arab peace initiative. That plan calls for normalization with Israel after the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved. The Trump Administration took a different approach, says Aaron David Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They reserved all the honey for Israel in the key Arab states and all the vinegar for the Palestinians. The idea is that as Arab states normalize ties with Israel and get big arms deals with the U. S. They will put pressure on the Palestinians to make peace with Israel on terms more favourable to Netanyahu. Miller says It's known as the outside in approach, and he recalls numerous conversations about this with Trump's son in law and advisor Jared Kushner. It was just easier for them. It was more attractive for them. It was much more in keeping with the pro Israeli sensibilities both for political reasons, and in the case of Mr Questioner and others emotionally To align themselves with the eyes outside in approach. It's starting to pay off. But the Trump administration is still short of its ultimate prize, Miller says. Getting Saudi Arabia on board. My only concern is that they have hyped and Who plotted to the point where That may not yet be wanted. But if other Arab states join the party, particularly the Saudis, then I think you've got something that will be much more enduring. The Arab foreign minister say they're not turning their backs on Palestinians and Moradi Abdullah bin Zayed, speaking through an interpreter reminded Netanyahu that he agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the Israeli occupied West Bank. You can look after dark cell. Um thank you for choosing peace and for halting the annexation off Palestinian territories at position that reinforces our shared will To achieve a better future for generations to come. In this time of a pandemic. The men didn't wear masks as they signed their deals with Israel. They did, however, avoid a public handshake. And while the ceremony was taking place at the White House, Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel.
Ryan Murphy announces birth of his third son, Griffin
"Murphy announces the birth of their third son, Griffin. On Tuesday. The Glee creator announced the birth of his third son is third child with his husband, David Miller. In June. Murphy, who has been married to Miller, since 2012 revealed that the little one was on their way. They're family is now blessed with Griffin Sullivan Miller Murphy, who's £6.13 ounces when he came into this world,
"david miller" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Sort of reception have you gotten a received how much what kind of reception have you received from your colleagues but other Ivy League people when they hear you recommending that people look at the Bible for business advice and for wisdom? I mean as gone over. Well have people booed. How's it going? Well for starters I frame it a little differently. The article the newspaper articles for this is not how I would describe what I do. So I I look at I'm really interested in wisdom and guidance for life and if that comes from a scientist great if it comes from an artist or poet great if it comes from the Bible great so all truth is truth in my view and and I think many people will say the embrace that idea that That all truth is God's truth regardless of the source so the reason I think this is landed. Well is that that. I'm taking a wider view of the question. What is your relationship like with Philip Morris? International did they did. They have some sort of involvement in underwriting. Your study or walk us through that That that relationship yeah. We'll very simple First of all I'm private about discussions I had with any client. Whatever consulting work. I do As this was a published paper you on the frontier could've put note that This is my independent work with my colleague. Michael Tait that we call through but we were completely independent. What we wrote and by the way the paper isn't about them it's about could be any organization it can be Boeing Who's having some challenges this past year it could be wells Fargo Bank who are still having challenges It could be governmental body. It could be the church. It could be a university so it's written for generically organizations and and I acknowledge up front so that there's that I received compensation to write the paper Just as full disclosure as an episode to me. That's just it's just the right thing to do but I do make clear that the opinions are not that of my university. Not that of the client there. What my colleague and I there are opinions based on our research. Well I have. I have a lot of questions for him. I know doctors. He's GonNa wind up me here. Dr Z. We have on on the phone here. We have a Dr Miller is a guy who knows clearly a lot about how to gain trust within your organization. You have hundreds of employees there you work with and I think sometimes you kind of get can kind of take the high level concepts break down sometimes to the very simple man like myself z? What questions do you have on behalf of all the simple people like me out there that are maybe going? How can I apply this to my life? I you know I can only say one thing. I gotTA. I gotTA say they're clerk of. I actually have family that hails from Tulsa yes. I think you're dumb as a Fox when you say sample people. I know how that works. I'm I'm staying alert here. Standing on his toes he probably drinking energy drinks right before this. I think I mean. He's helped me out doctors. He helped me out. What's up. Well I you. What so. This shows really geared for entrepreneurs business owners guys gals that want to start or have started a business and one of the things that I think happens is trust with a patient or a customer breaks down because one of your employees drops the ball your concept dummy it down maybe a little bit for the guy listing out there that has a chiropractic office and he has an irate patient and he's trying to teach his employees how to gain their trust. Try to walk them off. The Ledge or he himself has been called into. It is faced with the patient. That's just a dentist. Irate patient guy that has a tire shop I mean. Someone's out there and they are. They're swinging Haymakers Adam. Right verbally mentally physically walked in through some steps just some quick easy like simple steps of how they can get control the situation and regain trust and maybe turn that ship around turned dude or do walk through that. Dr. Yeah so there's no formula but but that always work every which would here a couple of quick things I would say. I make sure you're listening carefully and Hearing what their complaint is And if you're a really good listener often the presenting problem in other words. What they're screaming at you about may not be the real problem that might be a symptom might the An outcome of an underlying problem. So if you're really good. Listen to what they're saying and what they might actually be meaning but because they're are so angry. They may not have the composure or the the skilled actually articulate what they're upset about so that's maybe the first thing Actually maybe before that is if you think of the whole fight or flight reaction that we have as human beings all your your Stops flowing and more you. You gotta like control yourself and make sure you don't Out of defensiveness or or hurt or angry License sort of lose your temper and start drifting into them or or blaming blaming a hold on to roll here. Sorry Dr David. There is e. Was David Okay Dave. He was scalding is because he remembers the last time my accosted customer about fifteen years ago with a megaphone for filing a complaint. That was bad phone. Don't don't buster and a half. Remember that moment I remember. It was like yesterday I remember. It was just a couple of seconds ago. Actually I'm sorry about okay. David continue continue on. I'm sorry for the roof. Megaphone interruption transmitter. Yeah I mean th so they try to get some logistics left him though and there's no technique it's simple assistant isn't in the paper kind of common sense to say. Let me see if I hear you right. You're saying the following is that correct so they can Lisa someone finally heard. We are now still. Don't have it right so you might you know. Take a moment to do that. And so then with. That person knows they've been heard so they might simmer down a little bit And then you kind of have to real quickly on the spot figure out Did I is the person right and like oh my gosh. I'm not proud to that And you might begin to say well. This is really the case. The courses needs to be fixed up. I'm not proud to hear it. I'm really glad you told me during Based on Hell Simpler Complex. It is you might. Then you could say let me look into this and come back with an update. An answer But there in sometimes when the complainant shall we call him or her. It's just wrong that they're noxious or they're a liar or trying to scam me or something or and that's trickier when when you have someone who's whether in good faith bad safe inaccurate and what they're describing and that's that's a trickier one. Yeah and you'd vice on that one that nefarious actions of somebody in the anything. You can eat a little little little gum ball little pearl you can throw away. Yeah haven't called DR Z. Now there you go good. He answered that Mega..
"david miller" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The bottom. Now on the top the systems to give what we got into books. Books sees bringing some wisdom in the refine. So if you see my wife and kids please tell them see nc now three to what he did. Yes yes yes and yes threat out there today. This is the. It's very rare that we will trick highly educated people to be on the show. It's very rare that we we have interviewed Dr Lori Santos for from Yale. Yes we have. We had the late Great Clayton Christensen from Harvard on the show. Yes and now we have yet another person who is smarter than me on the show smarter than both of us put together. Dr Miller here the director of Princeton University Faith and Work Initiative Dr Miller. Welcome onto the thrive time show. How are you sir? Well I'm fine and I just can't wait to see how this flows are. You guys are pretty hot. I've never heard opening music like that before I love it. Oh man just wait. We're just getting started. Just getting warmed up. W- I tell you what if you brought us onto the campus of Princeton. There'd be a lot of complaints soon. Everyone would have their own interests. There'd be restraining orders shortly thereafter and and it would be chaos. Cats dogs would be living together. By the time we got out of their best censor the click and clack of this business right. Absolutely all right. So here's the deal now. I had the article that was written about your research. Emailed to me by a person and then text to me by another person. And they said. You'd like this. That's basically the summer and the article was titled Davis. Turns to the Bible for advice on trust for those who haven't read the article. What are you talking about you know? There's their study after. Study and articles. both academic studies as well as just sort of common sense As where people are saying that they increasingly do not trust the institutions of society and that could be government it could be the corporate world. Frankly it's a number of things And and the the trust is that people talk about a trust deficit. I got to thinking about how 'cause most companies I know. There are fine people and find organization. They're trying to do the right thing. And even good companies Screw up your time to time and have mistakes but actually have a mistake whether it's sort of been suspended part of who you are or off the mishap of how do you restore trust. How do you get your your shareholders stakeholders your clients or even your employees to have trust in you again and and I was having a conversation with it with a client. I do consulting work with and they said well. What do you think that's the way you might turn to religion for some ideas? And they looked at me like a tree is. And what do you mean? Well religions are really good at helping people. Think through path back to get right with God to get their neighbor or their spouse whatever it might be the pathways to healing pathways to getting back into a state of trust with community. So that's what prompted this whole Venture into with led to this white paper that we wrote. Let's say that I am the CEO of McDonald's or former CEO of McDonald's. And I decided to date an employee pop up and I was in fired in Europe in your opinion totally hypothetical. How does somebody go about getting trust back with the organization? How do you do that? Should ensure boss be fired for violating their own policies and dating their employees? Well Gosh is it a few questions for for starters yesterday. What the policy at the policy says you know you cannot date anyone who reports to you and if you're the CEO by definition that means everyone reports to you directly or indirectly so you gotta follow the policy or else your employees quickly view you as a hypocrite and your leadership will be damaged and your credibility slowly erodes. So if you have that policy you gotta follow it And more and more companies are not Say they're not giving someone a or a second chance you breach it. It's proven you're gone even in even in small business. What have you have twenty employees? I think people small business Mama's every doctor it's a small business and even though it's a small big what would you? What would you say if if this is here? Here's a specific situation. We had a thriving who emailed in a question and they have a business. That's doing over one hundred million dollars of revenue true story over one hundred million dollars of revenue and they know that their boss is having an affair with one of the core emailed in wanting to know. How do you handle it? What would you say to boss out there? That's having an affair with a co-worker walk us through this idea. It should the boss be fired immediately. Done no questions boom done. Well that's a trickier conver- conversation because chances are it. Company of that number of employees may not have formal HR policies dealing with this scenario Chances are there's not an ultimate recourse. Because if it's owner founder they hold all the cards. There's asymmetric power There's unless there's a true independent board but chances are that just might be fellow family members so the your your options are few I it also. I think another differentiating character. Church expect fact. Plan that your of affect pattern you're describing is Is in an affair or they both single consenting adults. There's slightly different dimensions to it Different more ramifications as a quick editor's note they were. We let him off the hook. But.
"david miller" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Jim Taylor spoke with Aaron David Miller a senior fellow at the Carnegie endowment for international peace and a former state department Middle East analyst and shader in Republican and democratic administrations what do you make of this first money into it the Saudis have their story although they don't seem to get your story straight and they're sticking to it today's today's verdict I not only didn't indict actually there the three key officials that were implicated according to our own intelligence assessments but the story line that was put out is that this was somehow some role accidental murders that in fact they were questioning Jamal Khashoggi or maybe they wanted to render him back to Saudi Arabia it was a struggle he was killed and then this cover up occurred in the cover up of course and in the Saudi story is completely untethered really untethered from the crown prince himself so just another turning call would you want white wash conspiracy cover up it's centrally travesties what do they do Mr Miller did they actually go out and find five guys that they can just pin this on and and the heck with them no these are these words these were members and again they have an idea of genocide the other problem with this trial it's it there's been no transparency began in January former presented as a limited number were were able to to to attend but they had basically sign around disclosure agreement no these five appear to be five movie eleven or fifteen man Saudi ops team that went to we stumble and actually murdered Jamal Khashoggi no there's there's almost no doubt in my mind that the five that they have sentenced to death with a laundry carried out in let's be clear the Saudis executed a hundred and forty eight people in twenty eighteen so this is really not with respect to capital punishment this is not you know some to reciprocally harsh and severe punishment no big they they're they're they're going to execute the hit men but then again of course and you don't have to be you know a mafia special snow this that'll guarantee their silent so I I I think this is all part of a a not so carefully calibrated cover up what do you think it's going to do to US Saudi relations I assume it was publicized to its improve the relationship between the two entities you have an administration again I work for Republicans and Democrats and voted for them to so this is really not a part of a partisan comment we enabled for the last twenty five years the Saudis in many different ways we flatter than we acquiesced but frankly never have I seen in twenty five years of working for both the Republican and democratic administrations administration that that has taken the Maybelline acquiescing to completely new level the president has essentially given MBS woman in some on for many different reasons huge margin of error and the latitude essentially and support to pursue his policies and unfortunately there's very little reciprocity seems to mean you SRT relationships are no I don't think this is going to affect the with Saudi relationship the media is angry and they should be but business is returning to kind of normal you know the Saudis will host to get ready for this the Saudis will host the G. twenty in November of twenty twenty so the process of legitimizing and normalizing Mohammed bin some minor I use a reformer there's no doubt about it very popular in Saudi Arabia but a very repressive toward during that same time that is Aaron David Miller senior fellow at the Carnegie endowment for international peace yes nine twenty five twenty one sponsored by Shane company sports gambling enthusiasts can place their bets with draft games but soon investors will be able to place their bets on drafting in a series of moves designed to make itself a public company the online sports gaming platform is selling itself to diamond eagle acquisition which will fold it's other gaming efforts into draftkings than registering for an initial public offering wallstreet propelled forward again finishing at new records Dow up ninety six nasdaq up twenty nine as a B. five hundred up three indexes got a big boost from news from China that it's cutting import tariffs on a wide range of goods including food medicine and electronic device components move is not directly related to the U. S. trying to trade war but to investors it signals more openness to companies that want to do business in China another troubling sign for US manufacturing orders for US made durable goods sharply decreased in November biggest drop since may biggest drag was aircraft orders thanks in part to the ongoing seven thirty seven MAX issues at Boeing I Mander O. day Bloomberg business for KCBS.
Trump says he will stop trade negotiations with Turkey, raise tariffs on steel
"One president trump says he's issuing new sanctions holding trade negotiations and raising steel tariffs in an effort to pressure Turkey to stop its ongoing offensive attack in Syria against Kurdish forces for more we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Aaron David Miller senior fellow at the Carnegie endowment for international peace and former Middle East analyst for the state department Mr Miller thanks for your time this morning do you expect these efforts being made by the president to have any effect it may give repair to on a certain degree of reason to pause but in the end he has so much invested in this he's a very divisive polarizing figure enters politics but the one thing Turks appear to be United on is their determination to stop any Christian trick entity from establishing a Thomas area along their border as a consequence I think for him to back down now would be devastating up politically the real question is how far is the president prepared to go canceling a hundred billion dollar tree deal imposing tariffs on steel exports all it's fine but he the question is is the president prepared to to go further to block Turkish access to dollar counts and to impose primary and secondary sanctions which would have a devastating impact on the Syrian economy excuse me on the Turkish economy I'm not sure despite his threats that he's prepared to go that far and even if you've got a cease fire and they're made to be broken even if you've got a ceasefire the reality is stands to reason that the that the game is changed in Syria the Iranians Turks the Russians have much more influence leverage and add more will than we do and they're going to direct traffic they're not not the American ask you perhaps a naive question Mr trump opens the door to this by saying we're pulling our people out entering the Kurds lose to fend for themselves and then with the predictable response fired one decides it's time for sanctions what's up with that well I think I mean look I work for Republicans and Democrats and and and voted for them this is not a partisan comment but I think this is just another example of the president coming up with a solution to a problem that America didn't have in the process creating additional problems we've seen this with withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement we seen it from withdrawal from climate so he in in in in the end he plays the role of both of arsonist in this case and fireman and it reflects I think you know the worst aspects of of this particular administration's foreign policy tendency to put domestic politics above the national interests no sense of power of policy process of coordination and frankly not much thought given to what the impact that this is going to have on America's partners abroad or on its adversaries lawmakers on Capitol Hill say they're getting ready to make up legislation that would require the White House to impose tougher sanctions something that is brought to people together we never thought we'd see work together democratic and SP house speaker Nancy Pelosi and senator Lindsey Graham how much power does Congress have in in pushing those additional sanctions that you alluded to earlier it's a really good question look if they can create a veto proof majority that is to say the president probably preempted Congress by at least imposing these tentative sanctions and and making it clear he'll he's prepared do more but unless Congress is prepared to will override the presidential veto the constitution gives the president enormous discretion and leverage and authority and power in in making foreign policy it could be that on this issue and frankly I've never seen Republicans and Democrats so United on any aspect of any policy foreign or domestic that the president has undertaken over the last several years it's possible they could they could create enough enough leverage in Congress to override a presidential veto I'm not yeah I'm not entirely sure it's going to come to that the Russians are now patrolling in northern Syria you're going to have some deal worked out which is likely to stabilize the area along that border we will not be the central drivers the Russians and the Turks in the Syrian government will will probably do that and I I think it reflects the fact that over the last two administrations under both of mom and this president United States simply and that includes public opinion in Congress is is never determined that carries a vital national interests and if you're not going to do that then you're not going to be able to invest blood and treasure and frankly after the too long is worse in American history in Iraq and Afghanistan I am I am I am absolutely persuaded that we should not invest the kinds of resources that would be required to actually compete with these other powers on the ground series a mass we're in the middle of it or we were and it's going to be left others to sort it out right now thanks for your time this morning Aaron David Miller senior fellow at the Carnegie endowment for
"david miller" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"But if you thinking about breakaways getting into a breakaway toward France is a bit like buying lottery ticket the chance, any writer, however, have a good. They are in that situation. I pulling off a breakway when the told what is at two hundred to three hundred two on and is communist, she's chance of winning sprint the toward FRANZ winning the first brand in Brussels, which let's face it, if you won that, that would be enough MO. Than enough and is it better than three hundred twenty probably is the, the thing about the breakway. I mean, no one goes in them. I mean even last year, you know, you wouldn't have seen dimension data riders coming in certainly in until the racist kind of settled down a little bit. They've got no one in that no one in that perspective lineup that's going to know. No. When it gets harder. Two white until probably after lap launch. Be good opportunities to share for guys like Ben king. Yeah. I mean, I, I think it hinges on comedy health on presume, the team been monitoring not just a result, since the Vigna high, he's been writing highways been recovering health is like an if, if he is healthy. And you could imagine that he still you know, that, that it could just be a top waiting to be turned on. And if the circumstances are right the, you know, the tour although there all these Spence's air, we were remembered by two twenty thirteen thirty. And if you recall in Corsica, this huge crash that to a low of and David Miller, ended up second in the bunch sprint was second or third on the bunch sprint albeit wanna think by Marcel Kissel wasn't an he was, but he was about the only sprint third left. I'm not suggesting that, you know, so many similar could happen, or we want to top, and you just never know and some of these sprinters might be boxed in or taken, I or not there and common dish with the skills e. Has in those situations there might be a chance. And if he's there, he's the sort writer, chance, do you think that waiting to see how he does in British championships in Norfolk of the weekend? I'm not sure not show. He even knows exactly what the time line is. I'm when the choices can be made. I think Steve Cummings is in a similar position dimension data. He didn't finish the dolphin. I was hoping to put in a good performance of the definite and to write his last toward France didn't happen. He fell out by pull out their owner, so. You know there's a lot of uncertainty. And I think the one thing you can't say with with not team with comedy. He's not there isn't anyone obvious waiting in the wings, young rider whose, whose position he would be taking who's opportunity candidate would be taking. It was thrown in. So you know, I still think that he has a decent chance of being selected. Kospi's is supported.
Latest airport ransomware attack highlights how cybercriminals hold data hostage
"This past week Cleveland's airport began to recover from a computer attack that took down its flight information, baggage displays and it's Email. The FBI says it was another ransomware attack on a sensitive government network, ransomware locks up victims files until ransom is paid more. And more critical public service networks are the targets before Cleveland. The city governments of Newark, Atlanta, and Sarasota were hit and San Francisco's transit authority. The Colorado department of transportation and the port of San Diego today. Twenty six percent of cities and counties say they fend off an attack on their networks every hour, perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals have been held hostage across the country. In January twenty eight teen the night shift at Hancock regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs. Of indianapolis. Got it CEO Steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that I read in the journals. And I say, oh, those poor folks. I'm glad that's never going to happen to us. But when you come in, and you see that the files on your computer have been renamed in all of the files were renamed either. We apologize for files or were sorry. And there was a moment when I thought, well, maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact, they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network. Well, the as we've said still had long told nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electron. It could be trusted. This is a ransomware. So this is a virus that has gotten. To the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an IV pump could have jumped to a ventilator we needed a little time just to make sure about that time was a luxury not offered in the ransom demand. Your network has been encrypted if you would like to purchase the decryption keys you have seven days to do. So or your network vials? We'll be permanently deleted. And then it gave us the the amount that we would need to pay to get that back and that came to about fifty five thousand dollars that was the same price demanded of the city of Leeds Alabama three weeks after Hancock hospital near David Miller was surprised his town of twelve thousand would be a target not much to notice in. It's at least not since Charles Barkley graduated from the high school. I didn't know that this Mauer attack was actually a ransomware attack soon as we've found that out that took it to the different level. How do you make? Well, it was. Going to cost us money white the hospital. The city of Leeds was cast back into the age of paper. No, Email, no access to its personnel files or financial systems can all companies and local governments expect to be attacked. I think everyone should expect to be attacked the FBI's might Chris man says cyber-crooks, no governments in hospitals are likely to pay because they can't afford not to until his recent promotion Christmas was in charge of the FBI's cybercrime unit. You're waiting for the day that somebody says we have the nine one one system held hostage in a major city, and we need ten million dollars today. I hope that day never comes. But I think we should prepare for that possibility. Crispin says in twenty seventeen seventeen hundred six cesspool rent somewhere attacks were reported. But he figures that's less than half more. Most businesses. He says would rather pay in admit they were hacked on the wear of one ransomware variant that affected all fifty states that had some thirty million dollars in losses and over six million dollars in ransom payments. I would tell you that the losses are very significant and easily approach one hundred million dollars or more just in the United States that ransomware variant. He's talking about is the one that held handcock hospital hostage. It's cold Samson. After one of its file names experts told Steve long Sam Sam is unbreakable. There was nothing that we could do to unlock those files are only choice was to wipe the system and hope that we had backups or to purchase the decryption keys to pay the rent. Indeed. That is exactly what that means. But Sam Sam had infected the hospitals back-up files, the FBI adv-. Vise long not to pay. But after two days after his staff filled out ten thousand pieces of paper, he paid the ransom. The crooks demanded digital money known as bitcoin ransomware is possible only because bitcoin is so difficult to trace mayor Miller held out two weeks before he paid his bitcoin ranson after a little bargaining at the said to grit my teeth and realized that this was a business decision. And that was the way to do it. So they asked for sixty and you paid eight how did you get there? Well, I agree and
"david miller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Really see any tire tracks being made by the cars. That's how bad the conditions are got off on the Wadsworth found a stall big rig truck, this guy just can't move up the hill. And so he's getting out and he's putting chains on his truck on Wadsworth and his people. Go up and down the hills. Here those ups a lot of people having trouble getting up those hills in Lakewood, Jerry, bell, KOA NewsRadio dots. Eric Michael says they've got a lot of plows out right now. Our plows are hard at work and trying to mitigate this as much as possible and CBS four is David Miller says the storm will stick around through tomorrow morning. Here's what we're expecting still a winter weather advisory Oliva down the front range and the northeast about two to five inches here. In denver. Moore's you, go up into the foothills two to six boulder up into Fort Collins and about one to four as you go along I seventy six out to fort Morgan and sterling way out there. The snowstorm is. Causing so many problems that state government offices in the Denver metro area are closing early today. They've actually closed just about two minutes ago, all state facilities. Essential to public health and safety will however stay regular operating schedules. Essential personnel will maintain the regular schedules. But state Colorado. Offices in Denver. And the surrounding suburban counties will be closing. That's an addition to Adams county government offices closing at two thirty and you can assume nearly all the metro area. Police jurisdictions are on accident alert KOA NewsRadio will continue to bring. You traffic updates? Every fifteen minutes during the Mandy Connell show. A United Nations report is warning the Islamic state terrorists are still the main in best resource terror threat report also saying that Al Qaeda remains resilient and active in many regions of Iraq and Syria. But the president is insisting US military efforts are paying off in the fight against terrorism used the internet brilliantly. But now, it's not so brilliant. And now the people on the internet that used to look up to them and say. How wonderful and brilliant. They are not thinking of them as being so brilliant because they've been decimated. The secretary of state Mike Pompeo saying earlier today. United States must recommit to permanently defeat. Islam estate militants Wall Street closing negative today. The Dow losing twenty one points the s&p five hundred off six the NASDAQ down twenty-seven our next news updates at two thirty. And of course, we've got traffic updates at two fifteen right here on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one.
"david miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Next. We hear the case for Brexit do over no top British leader's seems quite ready to call for a second referendum in the UK. But after two and a half years of failure to work out an exit from the European Union is called for in a first referendum in two thousand sixteen. A former British leader is talking about voting again, David Miller band was once a leading member of Britain's Labour party and the British Foreign Secretary he's now the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee in New York City. He was watching from afar this week as Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit plan was overwhelmingly defeated in parliament weeks remain until the UK would leave the EU with no deal at all. What is this week's politics in Britain shown about Brexit? I think that the deadlock that you see in Britain at the moment reflects a couple of factors. First of all. People voted to leave the European Union without any model for what Brexit would mean. And the government has been unable to come up with a coherent definition of what Brexit is. Secondly, there are rising levels of concern that parliament itself is so split that. There is no way of bridging the divide, and that leads people very worried that Britain might in the end is so-called crash ounce of the European Union without a deal at all. And that would be the most damaging outcome. Do you see this as a tactical problem by which I mean, perhaps Theresa May could've negotiated things differently and managed this better? Or do you see a strategic problem that that Britain is simply attempting the impossible. Well, I think that it would be impossible for Britain to achieve the Brexit. That was described by the leave campaign in the referendum, the leave campaign claimed that money would flow into the UK. The trade deals would be ready the day after Brexit. None of. Of this has come to pass. And so there is a structural problem. Relating to the way Brexit was sold essentially the lie on which it was sold. However, it's also the case that we didn't need to be in the situation two and a half years off to the referendum that we're in today. People like me who oppose leaving the European Union. I think would have had to swallow hard. We'd been sad. But if Theresa May had chosen a more, pragmatic course, I think she could have found compromise which meant that we did leave in a way that was planned and planned full and left people like me saying that it's the wrong outcome, but not one that we can object to. So what is the case for a second referendum, given that you will be told that you simply want a referendum because you didn't like the first one. Yeah. The case for a second referendum constantly be the we didn't like the outcome. I think that the case runs like this. I the Brexit that people were promised is not an offer second the first. Referendum had no, quote, unquote, informed consent. The was no detail that allowed people to know what they will voting for Thirdly. And I think critically it's better safe than sorry. And when you buy a house you put it on offer. And then you got a survey done. And if the survey reports that the substance in the house, you can revise your offer or not by the house. Oh, the home inspection. Okay. All right. The home inspection. Sorry. We you. So. So what we're saying? I'm a supporter of a second referendum both on democratic grounds. But also on economic and social grounds is that it's better to be safe than sorry, and people should be able to now they know what the home inspections revealed now that we know so much more about what leaving the European Union means they should be in a position to affirm that decision or choose not to. And so this is a situation that I think isn't about a retrial or repeat it's about some country that should be famed for its pragmatism for its maturity for the seriousness of it's a parliamentary system of government able to take the long view. I mean, it's I was minister for three years from two thousand seven two thousand ten am. I spent those three years fending off voting against leading my party colleagues against proposal for a referendum because referendums give power to demagogues and dictators and their loved by demagogues and dictators and a parliamentary system of government has to restore the balance. Which allows passion to be tempered by reason? Although you're getting at some of the complexities here, you're saying a referendum was a bad idea. And so what is needed is another referendum? Absolutely, right. And there's a paradox in this because we can't take away while the people who voted for without giving them the chance to affirm or rescind. But I do think there are big questions here about how countries like Britain after all you're going through your own trauma of the shutdown yourself. There are big questions here about how the leading western liberal democracies show that democratic systems of government can mobilize the wisdom of crowds. And not fall foul of the screams of the moment. David Miller band. Thanks for taking the time. Enjoyed it. Thank you so much. David Miller band is the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee. If British politics have been a mess this week Sweden has been without a government since September after an election delivered no clear winner. But this morning the Swedish. Parliament voted to give the previous prime minister centre left, social Democrats. Stephan Levin, another four years in power, Maddie savage has been following the story from outside the Swedish parliament Sweden's been in limbo for four months after one of the tightest elections in history ended without a clear winner, partly due to the rise of nationalist anti-immigration party, the Sweden Democrats. They took votes away from traditional parties on the center right as well. As the social Democrats who are on the center left and have a very different agenda despite this similar name. So he's been a complicated process as the different parties have tried to figure out who should lead a coalition government today. Stephan Levin, finally got enough support to do it. Here's the speaker of the Swedish parliament Andrey's Nolan announcing LeVine had won the vote. Abc's? Stephanie starts minister. What is important about this vote? Is that a number of smaller center right parties, essentially switched sides in order to help? Stephan Levin back into power. They said they tolerate a centre-left coalition rather than risk a center right government that would have relied on support from the heart right nationalist, be prime minister has had to compromise to he said, he'll cut taxes, I'm relaxed the country's strict labor laws leaving away from his typical social democrat agenda, which many think is controversial his Samuel Ingram. A spokesperson for one of Sweden's largest trade union organisations, the thing that we have a government. It's taking longer time than usual in Sweden and longer time than usual in most countries, we're worried that it would become more easy for employers to fire people for the wrong reasons to circumvent dismissive protection legislation opinion poll suggests that all of this has rocked confidence in politicians in general. Many people think the fragile new government is in for a rookie ride, which might end up helping the nationalists. When even more support.
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"You talked about valid harvesting bell at harvesting legal now in California as of this last election when you can find two hundred and fifty thousand ballots after election day, you can move a lot of different seats, mice e to we wanna early votes who want absentee votes, we won election day votes. This station. Carl David Miller flying that the results of your election are invalid, no, it's legal in California. And California's going to win Republican seats back Republicans had better figure out how to ballot harvest as they haven't other. So you're less had nothing to do with President Trump, and your view it had to do with this quote unquote, ballot harvesting if you look at polling numbers, the president was pulling almost even right before my election. We were up by eight points. Miss murphy. Let me ask you a question about going back to the house in January Democrats is the first item going to be impeachment. And how do you feel about that? I haven't heard that the first item is the first item is actually going to be about cleaning up congress and passing reforms to campaign finance to restore the Merican people's faith in this institution. The people in the room gasped, then became clear, what this is about the fact of the matter was he was crook. This is a story that is not well known this grave constitutional crisis thing, but it really should be especially maybe now, that's really the legal expression hit the fan. Oh my God. We're on tenterhooks. It's absolutely unprecedented. Policed. It was then meadow in MSNBC present bag near being all seven episodes. Wherever you get your podcasts..
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"Millions of lives to tell us how i welcome david miller band it is really a great pleasure and honor to be here at the commonwealth club tonight i read that almost every ex president has come and spoken here and i was told they even spoken for free someone said they were worth every penny of of the fee but i feel really pleased to be in this crowd tonight four i hope will be a genuine conversation daniel emigrate admira of the world that you're doing with tipping point extraordinary civic leadership and in a way the basis of what i'm going to talk about tonight is why and how when governments are in retreat from various social economic international challenges it's four civil society in the private sector step forward and it seems to me that you are a shining example of how that can be done something that we tried to emulate in some of our work and i hope we'll make for productive conversation i want to start with a story and it's a story about a young man who was born in budapest in nineteen thirty six budapest is in the news for all the wrong reasons those of you who who have been following the election campaign there this young man he was jewish and he had rheumatic fever as a young boy which left him with a permanent hearing problem but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six after the events of nineteen fiftysix subjugation of the hungarian people he fled and he fled thanks to the international rescue committee we helped him get to new york in new york we helped above all the biggest change in his life we gave him his first hearing aid and we enrolled him in the city college of new york he studied chemical engineering and he discovered he'd got a talent and from the city college of new york he got to do his phd in berkeley and he came to berkeley he was a great success there he went into business is name was undress graph but in the us he anglicized his name he he he he changed his name to andy grove andy grove some of you obviously know was founded the ceo of intel he literally changed all of our lives and his leadership meant that he was called the world's greatest ceo he was time magazine man of.
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"Millions of lives to tell us how i welcome david miller band it is really a great pleasure and honor to be here at the commonwealth club tonight i read that almost every expresident has come and spoken here and i was told even spoken for free someone said they were worth every penny of the of the fee but i feel really pleased to be in this crowd tonight four i hope will be a genuine conversation daniel emigrate admira of the world that you're doing with tipping point extraordinary civic leadership and in a way the basis of what i'm going to talk about tonight is why and how when governments are in retreat from various social economic international challenges it's for civil society in the private sector to step forward and it seems to me that you are a shining example of how that can be done something that we tried to emulate in some of our work and i hope we'll make for productive conversation i want to start with a story and it's a story about a young man who was born in budapest in one thousand nine hundred eighty six budapest is in the news for all the wrong reasons those of you who who have been following the election campaign that this young man he was jewish and he had rheumatic fever as a young boy which left him with a permanent hearing problem but in one thousand nine fifty six after the events of nineteen fiftysix subjugation of the hungarian people he fled he fled thanks to the international rescue committee we helped him get to new york in new york we helped above all the biggest change in his life we gave him his first hearing aid and we enrolled him in the city college of new york he studied chemical engineering and he discovered he got a talent and from the city college of new york he got to do his phd in berkeley and he came to berkeley he was a great success there he went into business his name was undress graph but in the us he anglicized his name's he he he he changed his name to andy grove andy grove some of you know was actually the founder the ceo of intel he literally changed all of our lives and his leadership meant that he was called the world's greatest ceo he was time magazine man of.
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"Is it should be a natural an innate in us to tell yourself this refugee crisis is manageable nor unsolvable and each one of us as a personal responsibility to help make it so because this is about the rescue of us an hour whose as well as the rescue of refugees analyze thank you very much indeed david miller band he runs the international rescue committee and he's written a book about these issues it's called rescue you can see his full talk at ted dot com today on the show the big five the biggest challenges we all face and whether they can be solved and another one of those challenges political instability i think that's right and one of the reasons why this geopolitical period is going to be so uncertain this because we don't yet have the answers of what comes next this is ian bremmer he's a political scientist the comparative stability of the geopolitical environment led by the united states was a long cycle it started after world war two obviously the cold war was a big part of it but still the us had driven all of the architecture of the wto the united nations the imf the world bank of in all of these global institutions those are now unwinding and he and says these institutions are unwinding because the united states is abandoning its leadership role in the world no one's in charge now the us is still the world's only superpower but it's absolutely not leading the world in bremmer explains how we got here from ted stage over here because does the united states right i mean we spent two trillion dollars on wars in iraq and afghanistan that were failed we don't want to do that anymore we have large numbers of middle and working classes that feel like they've not benefited from promises of globalization so i don't wanna see it particularly the americans don't want to be the global sheriff for security or the architect of global trade the americans don't want to even be the cheerleader of global values well then you look to europe and the most important alliance in the world has been the transatlantic relationship but it is now we could end has been at any point since world war two china does wanted you more leadership they do but only in the economic sphere and they want their own value standards currency in competition with that of.
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"If million people i've been forced to flee their homes as a result of war persecution and economic desperation it is a migration crisis which is generating immense human misery and alarming levels of political discord my guest is david miller band head of the usbased international rescue committee and a former british foreign secretary countless politician tan humanitarian explain why governments worldwide are failing to meet the migration challenge what the truth is that we have that distorts the dying and to provide the basic modicum of dignity but it takes politics to stop the killing and the humanitarian sector inevitably is dealing with the symptoms of political failure you can do a much better job at dealing with those symptoms knives david miller band on hardtalk off the news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan eyes odd these imbaba in military says talks with president robert mugabe are continuing and there has been significant progress in the operation got what it calls the criminals surrounding him speculation about whether and when the 93 road president might resign has been intense since he was placed under house arrest on wednesday ben brown in zimbabwe dole we've had the suarez zimbabwean armed forces as saying significant progress has been made in their operations but not specific nato he about those negotiations and they do seem to pay negotiations state house with robert mcgarvy who is under house arrest and a general she why your head of the armed forces jair the man who is effectively put him under house arrest so a rather bizarre situation you saw pictures emerging if the twoman shaking hands and smiling yesterday with south african mediators a catholic priest brought into mediators well the former head of the sicilian mafia toto riina has died in prison at the age of eighty seven it was one of italy's most feared crime bosses turns havilland reports toto riina died in the prisoners wing of a hospital in parma he was serving twenty six life sentences patient in july riina.
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"The white car and again in all one you walk into the white house in it looks far too much like a a retreat for goldman sachs executives roller closest to the present a whispering in his ear all wanner tax cuts for a one one of you've trickledown economics bank tatters leisure wealth these people in the country and hope down and they say it's by june neutral they say it will raise wages it's never done that throughout her as other unidentified ag fake yet is a rich white middle lives off other rich white man rushed making making believe he hates whiteman this is the latest stupid gain of they're playing how did that happen to me where do they come the rich white men who live off the better fact that the benefits sense of rich white men attack white men how does that work then he goes on this guy shared brownies is a very very important man believe me very he so important here's clip two from the important man sherrod brown i agree that steve bannon is a whites are asas david miller seems to be and i know however studies have shown that they have their ally sprinkled around the white house i wa i think that you know what what's really interesting about the stand as when the president attacks people like that he almost never calls them by enough already he he i they're losing see guys like sherrod brown are actually defeating the advancement of their own party i'll tell you right now the smartest amongst them is gavin newsome now he is a liberal there's no question about it but gavin loosen was quoted about two months ago was saying this constant around the clock trump bashing is terrible for the party we must have a positive message we must actually do something other than attacking trump but you don't hear them anymore because the vermin in the media i'm sorry to have to use that phrase again the varman in the media live off division the if there was no division if there was no crime if there was no rape if there was no war the vermin in the media would it would not have a job the phone number here as eight five five hundred.
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"On the cage you'll live line is david miller david miller is the former dj from k y geo radio in nut in denver who was a key used of uh of sexually assaulting taylor swift they were in court this of the causes tasr week uh she sued her four i guess designation 'fruit for saying that he did this he says he didn't then you've got fired and does she sued unocal assume for dollar for sexual assault and then let this leak i guess her but i guess was monday that the jury came in and they cited with taylor slipped so we'll do one more segment if you have any questions or any comments from mr mueller respectful questions eight zero eight zero eight one zero is tough on the razor late surly 10 i'm brian copeland this is conceal since razek from the tilton autobody traffic desk one accident appears to be outside of cell they'll westbound won 16 just west of 121 some hot hall were there could slow you down this afternoon it's afforded that this needs to happen eastbound twenty four right inside at the left four of them caldecott tunnel say maybe down a lane there and fire reported four berkeley less ad alongside of university avenue traffic is slow from golden gate fields and then remains heavy beyond ed down into the maze getting at a san francisco year down to just pour lanes on the lower deck and that's why traffic backed up onto northbound one one from says chavez getting out to the east down baybridge fire stone complete auto care brings you traffic right now at firestone complete auto care.
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"Says he'll have an mri later today taylor swift gives shocking testimony on the witness stand forever civil trial against former denver radio dj david miller she says miller grabbed her bear rear end during the 2013 photo out mbc news legal analyst rene sandler says the photo and the testimony any may not match here that with cutting evident her her work push forward as a result of groping which he get impression and not a gesture napa work meal claimed sweat cost him his job at ky geo after falsely accusing him of groping heard during that photo op in 2013 and is suing her for defamation swift accuses mueller of sexual battery her countersuit rockies are back in action tonight as they started threegame series went the miami marlins our coverage starts at fourth thirty our next update's at 1230 rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm gucci to the mentoring freeways couple of slow spots that may impact to drive heading out to the airport on pena boulevard from i seventy to the airport speeds relaunch slower than normal you can find them down in the fifth these you're gonna find also you make the time on ice seventy across town there's nothing slowing you down on six to lakewood c 470 and he 470 in pretty good shape phone i 70 25 that is going northbound you're gonna find from thirty six to a 128th it's going to be slower than normal due to very sling closures in that's the ongoing roadwork that's taking place recipients will weather after an overnight low of fifty six it's going to want to eighty one with rain tomorrow.
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"Chosen to inflict on the north korean people the resolution were also banned countries from giving any additional permits to north korean laborers now the source of money for kim jong ones regime errand david miller's with the woodrow wilson center for public policy very tough nikki italy laid out today under your resolution all export to north korean coal iron ore led led or in seafood are going to be created as the usdrafted measuring the goes unity with north korea's neighbour and ally china is aimed at increasing economic pressure on pyongyang to return to negotiations on its nuclear and missile programmes which should shown no inclination to do the marines now say what had been a search and rescue operation has turned into a recovery mission off the east coast of australia three marines disappeared when they're osprey aircraft crashed 2003 were rescued no word yet on what went wrong during the training mission and explosion at a minneapolis area moss just before early morning prayers cbs news correspondent wendy gelasio we're as many as twenty people inside preparing for morning prayers they were able to extinguish the flames before firefighters arrived no one was injured the fbi is leading the investigation at this point our focus is determined yoohoo and why those affiliated with the mosques has been the target of numerous heat messages emails and calls and say they believe this incident is a hate crime hate is not okay we need better america targeting people because of the race ethnicity or religion is absolutely unamerican no arrests reported yet the other fox news personalities under investigation this time for allegedly sending allude photo to coal workers bumped into sean spicer my k by so what's going on i got a little conversation a walk through the roman grant previous lost by waving to them it eric bolling spent suspended while a law firm looks into his behavior off postponed sources saying bowling had sent an image of male genitals failure to three colleagues several years ago his lawyer denies his client did anything improper and threatens legal action fox has been rocked by several similar cases supporters of the.
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"Hired impersonation of sean spicer the white house press secretary who resigned later this hour armour changes ahead what do they mean also who had would've president wire respected council and david miller band of international rescue committee with a call for the world to pay attention to the globes largest humanitarian crisis first our news casted saturday july twenty second 2017 live from npr news in washington on giles snyder in syria fighting has calmed in the eastern suburbs of damascus russia's says a new ceasefire deal has been reached without position fighters and state television says the syrian military has as declared a cessation of hostilities it's part of a plan to freeze frontlines in the country is npr's ruth sherlock reports donald trump announced a ceasefire in southwest syria will make two weeks ago that the syrian regime he's the quiet that to move troops against rebels in gupta this is the last main rebel holdout near the camp to damascus is somehow rise a spokesman for the southern front rebels told npr this week that trump ceasefire would collapse if gutic kept being attacked so look happening old law is neither of us and that's threatening the deal of its might make you ceasefire russian now says it has secured a deal to end the key to fighting moscow is an ally of the syrian regime the test is whether russia can enforce the agreement reached shanoch npr knees beirut president trump has launched a series of tweed seemingly sparked by reporting from the washington post the president characterized suppose story about attorney general jeff sessions contact with the russian ambassador during the presidential campaign as a new intelligence leaky also ruled that while he has the complete power to grant pardons you only crime so far have been leaks against his administration the pentagon has confirmed a us air strike on a compound in afghanistan's helmand province where u s led nato forces and the afghan government are battling the taliban local officials say more than a dozen members of the afghan national security forces are debt in peers to your had the.