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"david preece" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

10:43 min | 8 months ago

"david preece" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"What does regular order look like. That's what we're going to follow him. And so i don't think there was anything untoward in general milley said in that episode. I'm david preece. And this is the law fair podcast. September twenty first two thousand twenty one a forthcoming book by bob woodward and robert costa contains reporting about several controversial actions by chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark. Milley in late two thousand and early two thousand twenty one regarding conversations with his chinese counterparts his discussion with senior military officers about following standard nuclear procedures. If need be and reaching out to others like the cia and nsa directors to remind them to watch everything closely where each of these reported actions proper for chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. And why and what about all of this coming out in books to talk through it all. I gathered the team on civil military relations. I peter feaver who is a civil military relations expert at duke university where he also serves as director of the triangle institute for security studies. He served in national security council staff positions in both the bill. Clinton and george w bush administration's he'll so had the misfortune of being on my dissertation committee back in the day. Corey shockey is the director of foreign and defense policy at the american enterprise institute who has worked in the joint staff j five in the office of the secretary of defense and in the national security council staff as well as the state department's policy planning staff during bush. Forty three's administration. She has also researched and written extensively on civil military relations. And alex bandmann is law fares pritzker military fellow and a visiting fellow at perry world house. His government experience includes multiple. Us army assignments and time inside the office of the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and in the national security council staff. It's the law fair podcast. September twenty first milly trump and civil military relations with peter. Feaver cordy schalke and alexander vitamin peter. Let's start off with the facts of the case as they are known that is and that may be a funny word to use here facts because what we have from what general milley supposedly said did is is filtered through the words in this new book as as written up so we're not sure exactly what happened but let's take the reporting at face value. What is it that general milley is said to have done well. What woodward win and cost to claim that general milley basically took over control of key policy decisions to protect the nation. Because millie believed that the president and the people around him might be inclined to do really reckless things and so that was in the very last days of the administration milly was overstepping his role but perhaps doing so because he had to quote unquote saves the country. That's the allegation. And whether that was in fact what generally was doing depends very much on the precise wording and accuracy of woodward's reporting. I know from previous work that that woodward is very good about getting verbatim quotes from what people told him many months after the event and of course he's very good at getting schedule and the calendar and megan contemporaneous notes. But in this case what really matters is the precise details in so we can't be completely sure what happened. Well let's break that down into the two elements that are getting the most attention one of them is that general milley reached out to his counterpart in china and essentially reassured him. That things are a little bit crazy over here right now but. Don't worry things are fine. Don't get concerned. Don't get trigger happy because of something happening here. Give us a little context for that because some people are reacting to that saying and literally some people use word. Treason saying that. This is insane that he was talking to the chinese military at a time of some domestic political dispute in the united states. Many other people who have worked within the national security structure and have analyzed it for years. Say this is completely normal and what you expect someone at that senior most position to be doing on a regular basis. Talk through that a little bit. Well i provide to deeper points context. And that is that. If you're in evaluating general milley you have to view him as an olympic diver and evaluate him on the difficulty of the dive. He was being asked to conduct. And if you just take from june one. Twenty twenty through the inauguration those six plus months that was the most difficult time for any chairman of the joint chiefs of staff from civil military relations point of view. The most difficult time of our professional lives so he being asked to execute some of the most difficult olympic dives ever and that weighs in as we evaluate his performance. The second piece of context is to recognize that even by the summer of twenty twenty the process of the inner agency process a national security policy making policy implementation process of the trump administration a process. That never was very clean was breaking down and then after the election so from the election to the inauguration it completely broke down altogether and it was the messy est national security policy making implementation process again of our professional lives in those last several weeks so those are two important pieces of context to keep in mind as we discuss specific charges now to the specific charge of talking to the chinese. That's actually part of milley's regular job. He supposed to develop mil to mil relationships with other senior military leaders both in our allied partners and in our adversaries so that in times of crisis if we need a back channel. We have such a backchannel military-to-military so he is supposed to talk to the chinese and that is not unusual that he was doing so point. One point two is. He was doing so in the october call. According to woodward's reporting he was doing so at the direction of expert. Right the secretary of defense so he had top cover. Now we could ask. Was there adequate coordination between aspirin me on the one hand and the white house on the other hand maybe not but that just points to the my earlier context point regarding how process was breaking down in inside the trump administration. We should say the spokesperson of the joint staff did issue a statement saying that the chairman as you just said the chairman of the joint chiefs regularly communicates with chiefs of defence around the world including with china and russia and that his calls with the chinese and others in october were in keeping with these duties and responsibilities conveying reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability the specific context for the october call is precisely when a duty duty-bound to make the call that is according to reporting the united states had reason to believe that the chinese were miss understanding what was going on and were believing that the us might be planning a sneak attack and they were taking steps in accordance with that fear that was not what the us policy was was president. Trump himself said no. I had no plans to conduct a sneak attack. And therefore when general milley is reassuring the chinese about what. Us policy actually was he was merely conveying. What was president. Trump's actual policy. Which was. I'm not about to conduct a sneak attack and so this kind of reassurance confidence building measures is best practice in crisis management and best practice in civil military relations and is not problematic however the precise wording of what he said to the chinese as reported by woodward and kosta. You could raise some questions about that. And so i would imagine when generally does his testimony before congress and a couple of weeks. They'll ask him about the precise wording and he'll clarify whether he said exactly what would claims. He sat or whether he said something else. That is perhaps less problematic. In what would cross the line from a sieve. Mill perspective from this is not only acceptable for a chairman to do but it is precisely what the chairman should do at some direction from the secretary of defense the civilian authority here. What would cross the line. If he said to the chinese you would say. He has exceeded his authority done. Something that is inappropriate. If he made a blanket promise that forever and into the future that the united states will never attack china without general milley. First alerting the chinese that would go beyond his retirement. But i doubt that he made such a blanket. Promise i think more likely what he says..

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"david preece" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"david preece" Discussed on The Corner

"That's what i don't like about these cuts because it could be used in other ways rather than have the same ten talent cycle in and out every single week doing the same thing with the same town. How many watch nakimora apollo now. Just the goddamn matches summer slam. That's ridiculous and then damian. Priest john larson. He's working his way to the title. Shameless all right a title that nobody cares about. No we gotta make disciples like mean something both make our titles stale for and then david preece at three three segments insane. Bided with god. You gotta tell. And rick shavers morris in a shameless british as a madman and all these matches for some reason. Riddle keeps losing almost setting up the team view. Which riddle should win with a returning radio. So i would like that. Who talked about keithly already. Reggie reggie just the toilet week. Free characters tadao about freedom of the gi. Like why are he still wearing a key. Still an injured inches up. So here's what theory original. Because now he's reggie over no they. They changed his name. Call him reggie now instead of reginald. Now he he's wrestled more twenty four seven. I imagine not the anyone in the roster has this year because he's done it three times in the last three weeks. Us on both shows matches like matches from rich like two things one definition get over that much longer. That should come on. In how barris. I'll be like you gotta take reg finishing this week. Really you know from a little garden and you have crowd in the crowding possible. Then his wrestling gear. And i'm like man if you're gonna make him a wrestler. Make him a wrestler but now he's an attraction and then attracting won't be here much longer. Now it sucks because he's wildly athletic but somebody who's a he's the most let like have you guys not seen ricocheted before they trampoline out there the The that's ridiculous. But now he's flavors months fifteen seconds enjoy. Reggie enjoy it. We have selena. Vega cannot get a win the safer life. How oh my god smack dab like this is she signed to eat pins internally euro. Please god this frustrates me to no end like some people like man. aws his ranking system. Sometimes matters sometimes. Don't yeah okay fine. Whatever but selena. Vega has not won a match yet however somehow she still keeps coming out here challenging people and somebody like bianca supposed to actually act like she somewhat of a credible threat. You how quickly. I don't know how nobody wrote this to say girl. You wanna fuck mash it like. Why hasn't anybody said this year. The i should get a title shot by society. Who who are you. Why did i pin you last week. And the week before why somebody posted. She's owen for involved as a shadab as learned this program no clue we have a fin. Baffler going into the program. It looks like him for corbin now for summertime. I like it. Go fine with it. I told you all my theory as long as we get. Roman reigns versus feeling. Ballard at one of these pay per views. And if we have to do it. Roman reigns demon okay. Fine we're on board on musso versus ministerials again summer slam. Whatever it is awesome. This sinaga you. Have you have at least one other competent acting like we get to the russo's versus sri prophets. Like that's want right. That's let's get a hard. I don't know and then and in the meantime if you wanna save it til like royal rumble season which i'm okay with give the sri prophets viewed to do now and have the zell's go against american alpha two point and no 'cause you're building them up as a pretty good tactic so put them in the spot. The mysterious be in the spot. It should be alpha. Rick so that's the biggest and then we have knocked apollo crews deke. We're just gonna see this again next week..

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"david preece" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"david preece" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Attorney General William Barr is giving federal prosecutors Thie authority to investigate any major 2020 voting irregularities that may be found. Bars memo excludes minor issues that would not change the outcome of the election. One by Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Now president elect the Trump campaign is pursuing legal challenges in several states related to mail in ballots and vote counting. There's been no evidence presented of any major vote fraud. With President Trump refusing to concede the 2020 election. Joe Biden has yet to receive daily intelligence briefings. Here's NPR's Greg Marie. This tradition of providing intelligence briefings to the president elect dates back more than half a century, according to David Preece, a former CIA officer. We've had the solid tradition since the 19 sixties, when the president's daily brief was first created. That he sitting president has offered it to the incoming president. But President Trump has not accepted the election result, and his administration has not yet authorized Biden and his team to start receiving government resources. This covers everything from office based desk in computers to intelligence briefings. Greg Marie NPR NEWS Washington The U. S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments today in a case challenging the Affordable Care act. This is NPR news from Washington. You're listening to K C r w I'm Cherry Glaser. Well, as you just heard from NPR, California Attorney General Ha ve your boss Sarah and 20 Other stay. A G's are scheduled to go before the U. S. Supreme Court today. They'll be defending the affordable care act, also known as Obama care. AH, Group of Republican attorneys general is arguing against the health law under which millions of low income Americans became eligible for insurance. The plane to say, because the Trump administration zeroed out the penalty for going without coverage in 2017 that the whole act is unconstitutional. But Sarah says that's not the case. The other side doesn't have standing to bring this case in court. The individual mandate provision his constitution. The remember has come before the high court before. As you know, it's still sending. The court has until June to decide whether to leave the policy intact, dismantle it in its entirety or rule that the mandate is unconstitutional, But the rest of the law can stand. It's open enrollment time for the States. Insurance marketplace known as covered California case here, W Matt Dillon reports on a few dates You should keep in mind in some unknowns to be aware off. Amid the Corona virus Pandemic. Supreme Court is hearing arguments about the affordable care act this week, High court could strike down part or all of the program that created covered California. Despite the questions swirling about the survival of the experts say a final decision in the case likely won't come down until well into 2021. That means people who sign up now could expect coverage to last through the next year. Now for the dates open enrollment for Californians lasts through the end of January. However, if you want to sign up for coverage that will begin at the start of the new year, you have to enroll by December 15th. If you're without coverage and needed for the month of December, you need to sign up by November. 30th. Millions of people have lost employer provided health insurance after being laid off during the pandemic. Officials with covered California say they expect to see a significant number of sign ups for 2021 coverage, with the threat from Cove in 19 and an uncertain economy. And voters in West Hollywood appear to have jettison the city's two longest turning council members. The results aren't official get. But John Heilman, a council member for 36 years, looks to be on his way out. Same goes for John Duran, who served for nearly 20 years but has been dogged by allegations of sexual harassment. Newcomers are leading the at large race, which included a total of 11 candidates vying for two seats. Support for NPR comes from Abdullah providing technology for business tax compliance using cloud base, real time rate calculation and automatic return filing more of a B A. L A are a dot com And from tire and offering a tire decision guide and user reviews to help people find tires that fit their needs and driving conditions. Learn Maura tire rack dot com It's 6 34 on Casey. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm David Greene. The 2020 election did not produce the blue wave Democrats wanted. The party lost more than half a dozen seats in the House. The Senate Republicans are poised to retain control, and that has huge implications for President elect Biden's agenda. His Cabinet picks his judicial nominees. Our co. Steve talked to Tom Perez, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, and Perez says he will not dwell on missed opportunities. He'd rather focus on Biden's accomplishment. Well, this was a historic, decisive victory. And then when you put the broader context, Eve, where were we in 2017? Where Where are we now? We had 15 governors in 20. 17. We have 24 Now we didn't have the house representatives and we have Speaker Pelosi. Now we're always disappointed when we lose seats when you look at the six or seven seats that we've lost. They were all in a very red territories. Let me follow up on what you said there. You're absolutely correct to describe Joe Biden's win as significant and his popular vote margin to be substantial. And yet it does appear that on the Republican side there was Something north of 70 Million votes is the country's sending You something of a mixed message here. Well, I often said when I was out on the campaign stop, Steve that our goals are to defeat Trump and to defeat Trumpism. Defeating Trump required 270 electoral votes or more, and we succeeded in that defeated in Trumpism is a longer term challenge because Trumpism predates Trump And I would argue that Trumpism and some of the underlying challenges there in some small no small measure may date back 400 years and we need to understand that and I could big of no better person. To leave that challenge. Then the president elect hey, is a uniter. What is the strategy for Democrats in these upcoming Georgia runoff races, which could decide control of the Senate? Biden has a very narrow lead with a recount coming is perhaps the best way to put it. But it's a state that has been more conservative than others. What's your strategy to expand the electorate and Stacey Abrams has led that effort dating back to her race for governor in 2018. You look at the number of first time voters in Georgia in 2020. It's It's a remarkable fusion coalition. We are organizing all over that state. Making sure that people registered to vote and you can bet your bottom dollar that we will continue to do that. Let me ask about the future of the Democratic Party. The disappointments in the House of Representatives have sparked a lively debate. One lawmaker blaming defund the police and the socialism label for hurting Democrats Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, saying people in different districts need to run different campaigns. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Democratic socialist pushing back on that What do you make of all that? We are a Democratic party. That is a big tent. I welcome that and I look at the platform of the Democratic Party, and it reflects. I think the bold level of inclusion across America It's a platform that stands for the notion that The person matters that we should trust science over fiction that we we can expand access to healthcare. That health care should be a right for all, not a privilege for a few. And this was the platform that one for Joe Biden. It's a very Ambitious platform. It's a bold platform. It's a platform that we can all embrace as Democrats and the discussions that we're having now again, the challenges were born out of our success in 2018. We want So many seats in areas that were beat red districts. And so it was going to be difficult when Donald Trump was on the ballot to sustain some of those victories because you had people coming out in force. Ah, again. I think it's really important to look at the broader context of Where we are now electorally versus where we were at the end of 2016. Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Mr chairman. It's always a pleasure talking with you. Thank you. Thank you, Steve..

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"david preece" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on KPCC

"Briefings. If you cannot give supporting evidence, this is another example of weak reporting that leads to loss of trust in the press. You know, we have a couple of reasons to assess that he does not read the president's daily brief regularly, if at all. One comes from Trump himself is, he said before taking office. That he does not like to read long documents. He prefers bullet points. If anything at all and then throughout his administration has made comments about having meetings and not wanting to read the same thing over and over again. That that's one. The other is reporting from those closest to him, and we have plenty of people who have left this administration who have talked about his aversion to reading. And We have to believe not necessarily one of them if it were one person coming out and saying that or one news report from sources inside the administration, but there has been a steady drumbeat. Of of such information, I'll put that picture together, and it sure looks like somebody who chooses not to read for whatever reason. Maybe he glances at it once in a while, we just don't know that. Now. I do want to emphasize that a president not reading. It is not necessarily a problem. If that president gets it in a way that is more conducive to his learning style, and that could be through Daily in person briefings to make sure that he has the advantage of the most up to date intelligence. There is There is no indication that he is taking those briefings on a daily basis, certainly not from an intelligence community professional to communicate those assessments and insights. We don't know what the national security advisor is doing to fill that gap. But that is a roll of the national security adviser to make sure the president gets the national security information. He needs the only statement we have from Mr O'Brien. Is that the president was not briefed. And the intelligence community briefer should have brought it up during one of her meetings with him. Well to me. That sure seems like a dereliction of duty on the part of the national security Advisor. Because that's where the buck stops on getting national security information to the commander in chief. And as you say, it calls up all kinds of questions in terms of how to keep that chain of information flowing so that decisions can be made in the future. David Preece is the chief operating officer of the Law Fair Institute and a former CIA officer. David Thank you, as always for your expertise. It was a pleasure. Up next some thing for the country Music fans, we will be joined by singer songwriter Mickey Guyton. We'll talk about her new single black like me, There's been times where I've been At a concert in Sol Confederate flags. Sloan waving in my face. And I felt very alone in those moments and this was a moment and a chance in a time for them to show that.

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"david preece" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"The problem is by the White House saying that he wasn't briefed on this. They're implying that this was not brought to his attention, but if the reporting from Barbara Starr and others is true, actually it was brought to his attention through the President's daily brief, which takes a few minutes to read, and he just chooses not to. Again if that's true, it leads to another question which is, why did the National Security Advisor the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of State and Who read the President's daily brief? Not Bring this to his attention if They knew it was in the PD. But they knew that he wasn't reading it every day. That's dereliction of duty on their part, and and as you know, there has been a lot of reporting about the reticence that people around the president to discuss things about Russia or bringing up matters of Russia because the president immediately has a very visceral reaction to that The prison obviously is reacting to this story by attacking the New York Times calling a hoax. Just just the prisoners daily brief. Telling about A. Hundred to two hundred page document I mean we're talking about a couple of pages I mean my. Recollection of this is it's A. Document and quite well organized and usually tailored to how the president likes. You know president gets information. is tailored to each individual president. You're right, therefore, it changes. Some presidents have had longer documents because they really wanted the details to get into it. Some presidents have had shorter presentations. We don't Know Donald Trump's PDB looks like he said to axios before taking office that he likes bullet points than he doesn't like long reports well, the intelligence community almost certainly has adapted to that and probably gives him a format that includes. Bullet points even then if he doesn't read it. You have to have a way of getting intelligence information to the commander in chief. That might be the oral briefings that he still takes one two sometimes three times a week irregularly from the intelligence community, but if that message wasn't getting through, then it's incumbent upon the people around him to get him what he needs to know now if they're choosing not to, either because the president has said, don't bring me anything. That's negative about Russia I. DON'T WANNA. Hear it or if they've simply decided to not even try because they don't like getting yelled at. That's a very serious issue for us, because then the president by. Is Not getting information about grave threats to national security, including the lives of US servicemen overseas in any form, and that's just dangerous for commander-in-chief. It's incredible David Preece I really appreciate it. Thank you, president. Trump's conduct with world leaders has also been dicey. He criticizes allies. We know, but praises autocrats like Russia's Vladimir. Putin, now a new report says the prisons conduct in private with leaders has been even more alarming than most people realize joining us with details journalist. Journalist author and CNN Landless Carl Bernstein Co report deals with hundreds of phone calls with foreign heads of state, the recurring theme, particularly with autocrats, Putin and Turkish leader air on facing reporting. I was stunned at how much access Air John has like basically free rein to call the president and go directly to him anytime and the response of a lot of people around the president to these calls. People's telling you about how the president deals with foreign leaders. Well the first point goes through exactly what you said in dealing with these autocrats, particularly Putin inherited one Air John in particular had a free press to get through the president of the United States. He would call as often as twice a week. The Turkish security services it appears would keep track of trump's movements. Get hold of his daily schedule. So where would know when and where to reach him? You would often reach him on the golf course, but their dialogue was in which has one person one of the sources. Putin Putin trump gave away the store to air to one in Syria. He allowed American troops as both Putin and heroin wanted to withdraw He ordered the withdrawal of American troops from Syria and the result was that the Kurds are our eyes were open for slaughter and that's what everyone wanted and and he had a willing partnership in it with Donald Trump. But the real thing about these calls is that they show that the the the president's closest national security. It's just secretary of defense. His chief of staff is secretary of state. State all came to the conclusion that in these calls. Especially they showed that the president of the United, states through being incompetent and being a bully, and beating up on allies, calling him all kinds of names in these phone calls that he himself. Trump is a danger to the national security that is an extraordinary thing unique in our history. Also, it seemed like they were concerned that he essentially was a kind of a trump to to these autocrats, and as as you said, gave him gave away the store that that that that a lot of the people. Around the president were really stunned at just how terrible he was, and how much he thought he was able to just kind of cajole and charm, bully people, but in fact he was just didn't know what he was talking about. Well as low as one of the sources, said a very high level sources in his administration, said that dealing with Putin Putin is like a grand master in chess and trump was like a weekend checkers player, and the result is back to what you had a moment ago in the segment, trump would not take briefings before the calls, which is traditional. Putin was well-briefed knew what he wanted to. To get in these phone calls and trump would sit there and the calls mostly build themselves up talk about Putin about what a great business man he was, he would trash Obama and George W. Bush's predecessors said that they were full of s that now Putin could deal directly with him, and the results would be better for all concern but in fact is national security advisers came away. By there are transcripts, voice generated transcripts of these calls which I'm told if particularly Republican senators were to see and read them and hear these conversations in in real time, and talk to those who have them. It's very doubtful that he could retain the confidence of Republican senators, because they are so extreme in their negligence, and his lack of competence. Competence is lack of preparation and his concern for nothing except his own goals including re-election well, I'm not sure we'd be surprised to Republican driving the we got the transcript or the you know such such as it exists of the call with the president of Ukraine, so Carl Bernstein Fascinating Report will more on the president's conduct just ahead this time stoking partisan rage. Lines Dr, Cornel West joins me when we continue. Prison comes mostly ignored the spike in coronavirus cases he did up time for two things this weekend golf and using race to stoke partisan anger, he tweeted than was forced to delete his support for what appears to be video supporters from a retirement community in Florida. When man is seen driving a golf cart, trump campaign posters chanting white power. The White House says the president did watch the video. He just didn't hear the man before he tweeted they were quote. Great people. Prison also said to condemn the use. has yet to condemn the use of the phrase white power prisoner. Wasn't done however today video. The Saint Louis couple of who drew weapons on a crowd of protesters, the no comment on this one, though the picture of an armed white couple facing off against white and black marchers certainly says. On speaks volumes joins us now dot Cornell West professor of the practice of public philosophy at Harvard Professor Emeritus at Princeton and the Co host of a new podcast, the tight rope Dr West. It's great to have you on I keep getting the feeling this weekend that the president is doing everything he possibly can to..

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"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And of course, JJ holds the record for the most saves in a World Cup match when he had sixteen saves against Belgium, which you in David Preece love to mock. Which is we don't my frankly, it's hurtful, I don't understand the vitriol also three hundred ninety nine EPL appearances seventh most all-time by goalkeeper. No, you very careering than there's no question scored a goal to as we almost now prophetically played last week. Like for no reason, we knew if you feel like we felt it in our bones. I I'm kind of curious now. And because this announcement only really just came down. I haven't had a chance to dive into it. But I would be curious to kinda like in my mind and even statistically stack him up with FreeTel and Keller. I like those three they're in the same era. They've all had tremendous careers. They were all successful in Europe. Like, yeah. I do wonder who people would say is gold silver bronze in that telephone? Yeah. I think I think probably and they're the two recent ones to retired into announce their tyrant. I would say Friedel Howard Howard, however, free to compete in for number one in my view. I think so too. The fact that Howard was the American keeper at three World Cups. I think has got a tiebreaker value for me. Yeah. I know Friedel was other-worldly for US to think Fritos the best part of Fritos career, which often happens to keep your stayed calm later than Howard's a little bit later than Howard's. Yeah. Could those those days with Blackburn were were his best is? Yeah. Another American player JJ Josie outdoor is he entering his final season with Toronto FC. Now, I might not have thought that. But here's a quote from him from the max and her podcast reset. It's been a terrific time. But at the end of the day, it's a business. He goes on to say when I say, it's bittersweet it's because I've spent four years there. I kind of have roots put down there, my family enjoys it. It's bittersweet in the sense that you have to leave that and go to something new. But that's the business was that's that sounds fairly certain the next, quote, I plucked from the Maxon her podcast was I'm excited for what's to come..

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"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And of course, JJ holds the record for the most saves in a World Cup match when he had sixteen saves against Belgium, which you in David Preece love to mock. Which is we don't my frankly, it's hurtful, I don't understand the vitriol also three hundred ninety nine EPL appearances seventh most all-time by goalkeeper. No, you very careering than there's no question scored a goal to as we almost now prophetically played last week. Like for no reason, we knew if you feel like we felt it in our bones. I I'm kind of curious now. And because this announcement only really just came down. I haven't had a chance to dive into it. But I would be curious to kinda like in my mind and even statistically stack him up with FreeTel and Keller. I like those three they're in the same era. They've all had tremendous careers. They were all successful in Europe. Like, yeah. I do wonder who people would say is gold silver bronze in that telephone? Yeah. I think I think probably and they're the two recent ones to retired into announce their tyrant. I would say Friedel Howard Howard, however, free to compete in for number one in my view. I think so too. The fact that Howard was the American keeper at three World Cups. I think has got a tiebreaker value for me. Yeah. I know Friedel was other-worldly for US to think Fritos the best part of Fritos career, which often happens to keep your stayed calm later than Howard's a little bit later than Howard's. Yeah. Could those those days with Blackburn were were his best is? Yeah. Another American player JJ Josie outdoor is he entering his final season with Toronto FC. Now, I might not have thought that. But here's a quote from him from the max and her podcast reset. It's been a terrific time. But at the end of the day, it's a business. He goes on to say when I say, it's bittersweet it's because I've spent four years there. I kind of have roots put down there, my family enjoys it. It's bittersweet in the sense that you have to leave that and go to something new. But that's the business was that's that sounds fairly certain the next, quote, I plucked from the Maxon her podcast was I'm excited for what's to come..

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"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That's all nineteen year old midfielder Mattia newsy joined from French second division job Laurie. Twenty two year old Uruguayan international. Lucas Tara a rifle from some Doria, both of whom have been successes in my view and double-whammy Gabrielle McCarty almost Symon taniwha dropped this article explaining why Amri said rather curiously last week that he could only make loan signings. In January and short refers to the decisions made last January on the money pumped into signing a bomb Yang McAteer Jons contract and re signing Ozil only one of the three of these moves have worked out, and it's a three year plan. That's going to see them hemorrhage one hundred fifty nine million dollar and if they sell os. Zil? They're never getting back the value. No, no. These guys are all in their late twenties. And that's why Aren Ramsey had to go. So you're looking at this here. I am re has no honeymoon period. He what he has I guess, but he's going to have to make the best of this. And this challenge for top four with what he's got. He's going to have to prove himself as a top manager this pretty dire stuff. These contracts are not nearly in their final stages. That's a lot of money to go out. When will ask they'll be able to sell again on a point that's made by Gabrielle Mikati in his piece is that it's not like cranky, flashed the cash, even when they have a lot of money. This is yes, it's bad you want. If you watch that team against West Ham at the weekend. They are short three four five defenders, maybe you wouldn't have necessarily thought. Now, I know that those are big name players. But like would you have thought that it would debilitate the club for at least a year moving forward? The money is owned believable the wages. I'm by the way, they only hear about his movie money being injected into clubs and arsenal. Or one of the richest clubs in the world. I mean, but there within the I guess they're operating within the constraints of of of the club itself of what the owner wants to do on. This just doesn't jive also was interro nine million. And he wanted twenty million a year, and they gave him close to that. According to the article. He doesn't play it's wild. It's obsolete. Oil and you're wondering if he's going to get the crack of the whip he thought he'd get up the club doesn't doesn't seem like it right now caught off sides man of the match JJ. My man of the match is Petter check. We talked about him a little bit earlier with David Preece, but I've got some more and we're gonna play. Check trivia dots. That's unfair. Why these are all with the exception of maybe one of these. These are eminently get I'm just not in. Okay. Go on. I have read known of the of going to say eulogies to check. He's not dead. But I've I've read known of the the tributes to him. So I'm not up on my stats. He will be retiring at the end of the season, by the way, this is not an immediate retirement. He's gonna play the rest of the year. All right here, we go check has two hundred and two clean sheets all time. That's most in primarily history. Who's number two on that list? Peter schmeichel. No, David, James. David James played till he was forty across how many jobs as they say in baseball. He's a compiler who are you mad at he's a compiler number two better. Check is one the primer league's golden gloves award four times. It's the award given out for keeper with the most clean sheets and a season this award started in oh four oh five by the way. I should say that could help you that can help you. He's won this award four times. One other keeper has also wanted four times. Can you name that keeper? A little tricky. Now vendors are no now when you say it's not like, what am I supposed to do with that? Is that your answer? Or are you cheating on I? Joe hart. Joe hard, by the way, Burnley have one three on the bounce. It's been drawn just saying number three Pedder check. Where's protective headgear? Of course after scary collision with this player from back in two thousand six Stephen hones. That's correct of reading accident. Marino called him a wolf you're on the board number four Chelsea signed Pedder check from this French club in two thousand four who know that..

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"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

"That's all nineteen year old midfielder Mattia newsy joined from French second division job Laurie. Twenty two year old Uruguayan international. Lucas Tara a rifle from some Doria, both of whom have been successes in my view and double-whammy Gabrielle McCarty almost Symon taniwha dropped this article explaining why Amri said rather curiously last week that he could only make loan signings. In January and short refers to the decisions made last January on the money pumped into signing a bomb Yang McAteer Jons contract and re signing Ozil only one of the three of these moves have worked out, and it's a three year plan. That's going to see them hemorrhage one hundred fifty nine million dollar and if they sell os. Zil? They're never getting back the value. No, no. These guys are all in their late twenties. And that's why Aren Ramsey had to go. So you're looking at this here. I am re has no honeymoon period. He what he has I guess, but he's going to have to make the best of this. And this challenge for top four with what he's got. He's going to have to prove himself as a top manager this pretty dire stuff. These contracts are not nearly in their final stages. That's a lot of money to go out. When will ask they'll be able to sell again on a point that's made by Gabrielle Mikati in his piece is that it's not like cranky, flashed the cash, even when they have a lot of money. This is yes, it's bad you want. If you watch that team against West Ham at the weekend. They are short three four five defenders, maybe you wouldn't have necessarily thought. Now, I know that those are big name players. But like would you have thought that it would debilitate the club for at least a year moving forward? The money is owned believable the wages. I'm by the way, they only hear about his movie money being injected into clubs and arsenal. Or one of the richest clubs in the world. I mean, but there within the I guess they're operating within the constraints of of of the club itself of what the owner wants to do on. This just doesn't jive also was interro nine million. And he wanted twenty million a year, and they gave him close to that. According to the article. He doesn't play it's wild. It's obsolete. Oil and you're wondering if he's going to get the crack of the whip he thought he'd get up the club doesn't doesn't seem like it right now caught off sides man of the match JJ. My man of the match is Petter check. We talked about him a little bit earlier with David Preece, but I've got some more and we're gonna play. Check trivia dots. That's unfair. Why these are all with the exception of maybe one of these. These are eminently get I'm just not in. Okay. Go on. I have read known of the of going to say eulogies to check. He's not dead. But I've I've read known of the the tributes to him. So I'm not up on my stats. He will be retiring at the end of the season, by the way, this is not an immediate retirement. He's gonna play the rest of the year. All right here, we go check has two hundred and two clean sheets all time. That's most in primarily history. Who's number two on that list? Peter schmeichel. No, David, James. David James played till he was forty across how many jobs as they say in baseball. He's a compiler who are you mad at he's a compiler number two better. Check is one the primer league's golden gloves award four times. It's the award given out for keeper with the most clean sheets and a season this award started in oh four oh five by the way. I should say that could help you that can help you. He's won this award four times. One other keeper has also wanted four times. Can you name that keeper? A little tricky. Now vendors are no now when you say it's not like, what am I supposed to do with that? Is that your answer? Or are you cheating on I? Joe hart. Joe hard, by the way, Burnley have one three on the bounce. It's been drawn just saying number three Pedder check. Where's protective headgear? Of course after scary collision with this player from back in two thousand six Stephen hones. That's correct of reading accident. Marino called him a wolf you're on the board number four Chelsea signed Pedder check from this French club in two thousand four who know that..

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"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

"What philosophical issues has been working on? That would be interesting to me calls. Macro goes over. He says take that strike with the outside of your boot. Okay. Also, what's your thoughts on Descartes? Could happen philosophical. He's right though. He's painted himself into the picture where he wasn't before. Yeah. Definitely. Let's talk about to heya 'cause he was obviously, I mean, this was as much of a man of the match performance as a keeper can can give you it was just one. Are you kidding me moment after another? It was more likely that a deflections was going to beat him. Something crazy. Are you know, someone gives away Lindelof are Phil Jones? These are gives away a penalty. Phil Jones fouls. Hurricane on that head or he's he's he's all over them. Any other place on the field? That is a free kick. It's just the I mean. Yeah, I was okay. I wasn't screaming for a penalty penalty for such a penalty. But anyway, Kane still got good contact, and yeah, he should've score should've buried it. Right. And also there was decision making like the Delhi chance whereas ruining through on gold. Why does he take that extra? Yeah. He's he's closing his own. I put himself in. A little too close. It was it was a game of chicken on day. Just read imperfectly look another day. That's two one three one. He's as good with his legs as any keeper I've ever seen. Yeah. On he he is thinking about some of the safety made like the one from out of her L. If he tries to go at that with his hand, it's lights underneath them. It's just brilliantly done. That's it's got to be just like how much how much is this instinct a lot of that's instinct, but it's also working on your work. I'm sure it has to be. Yeah. How about this stat? This has nothing to do with the Hayes skills. A keeper it has to do with my screaming at the television watching this game as this was all transpiring this blood pressure staff. Well it. Did you notice watching that game that he just took forever on every kickout? Yeah. Now, I actually have a number that can tell you how long he took this courtesy of Spurs statman on Twitter, forty five seconds. Oh, forty five seconds. Is that your guests? JJ nearly five percent of today's game. This was from over the weekend. Nearly five percent of today's game was spent waiting for data to take goal kicks ten goal kicks with an average of twenty six seconds per if that definitely came from the manager to four point eight one percent of the game was just spent waiting for him. But yeah. Var takes too long. Okay. But we'll spend five percent of game. Just watching guy stand there kickers boots against the ref Boca. Or even which was which was a tra- an abomination to refuse to get involved. They'll be talking about vire racial in books. I remember these really goalkeeper Lansdowne Road in a World Cup qualifier account. Remember the name? But what a clown. He did the same thing in a qualifier Artem went two-nil, Israel equalize and from two to onwards the guy soaked a life out of the game. In a way, I have never witnessed as bad as the Heo. This guy was on believable teeing up the bolts setting it on the grass thought took thirty five seconds alone. And I don't even mean it as like even if your tactics and husband if you're a neutral fan, though is like you wanna spend five percent of your game with that happening. I I blame the Spurs multiple boys in bulbs. They were off thrown. How dare you? They were on their game. I made specific notified quickly. They were getting the ball back in. I won't have that not on the show. I don't mean to take away from today though, he was phenomenal. Let's talk more about him now with one of our favorite guys to have on this program. Because anytime anything goalkeeper related comes up. You just lose your mind and start just like going through months of David priests tweets. Well, hang on. That's not true. And don't shame me in front of David price. We had David Preece on in the summer to discussing. Glint as well..

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"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

"What philosophical issues has been working on? That would be interesting to me calls. Macro goes over. He says take that strike with the outside of your boot. Okay. Also, what's your thoughts on Descartes? Could happen philosophical. He's right though. He's painted himself into the picture where he wasn't before. Yeah. Definitely. Let's talk about to heya 'cause he was obviously, I mean, this was as much of a man of the match performance as a keeper can can give you it was just one. Are you kidding me moment after another? It was more likely that a deflections was going to beat him. Something crazy. Are you know, someone gives away Lindelof are Phil Jones? These are gives away a penalty. Phil Jones fouls. Hurricane on that head or he's he's he's all over them. Any other place on the field? That is a free kick. It's just the I mean. Yeah, I was okay. I wasn't screaming for a penalty penalty for such a penalty. But anyway, Kane still got good contact, and yeah, he should've score should've buried it. Right. And also there was decision making like the Delhi chance whereas ruining through on gold. Why does he take that extra? Yeah. He's he's closing his own. I put himself in. A little too close. It was it was a game of chicken on day. Just read imperfectly look another day. That's two one three one. He's as good with his legs as any keeper I've ever seen. Yeah. On he he is thinking about some of the safety made like the one from out of her L. If he tries to go at that with his hand, it's lights underneath them. It's just brilliantly done. That's it's got to be just like how much how much is this instinct a lot of that's instinct, but it's also working on your work. I'm sure it has to be. Yeah. How about this stat? This has nothing to do with the Hayes skills. A keeper it has to do with my screaming at the television watching this game as this was all transpiring this blood pressure staff. Well it. Did you notice watching that game that he just took forever on every kickout? Yeah. Now, I actually have a number that can tell you how long he took this courtesy of Spurs statman on Twitter, forty five seconds. Oh, forty five seconds. Is that your guests? JJ nearly five percent of today's game. This was from over the weekend. Nearly five percent of today's game was spent waiting for data to take goal kicks ten goal kicks with an average of twenty six seconds per if that definitely came from the manager to four point eight one percent of the game was just spent waiting for him. But yeah. Var takes too long. Okay. But we'll spend five percent of game. Just watching guy stand there kickers boots against the ref Boca. Or even which was which was a tra- an abomination to refuse to get involved. They'll be talking about vire racial in books. I remember these really goalkeeper Lansdowne Road in a World Cup qualifier account. Remember the name? But what a clown. He did the same thing in a qualifier Artem went two-nil, Israel equalize and from two to onwards the guy soaked a life out of the game. In a way, I have never witnessed as bad as the Heo. This guy was on believable teeing up the bolts setting it on the grass thought took thirty five seconds alone. And I don't even mean it as like even if your tactics and husband if you're a neutral fan, though is like you wanna spend five percent of your game with that happening. I I blame the Spurs multiple boys in bulbs. They were off thrown. How dare you? They were on their game. I made specific notified quickly. They were getting the ball back in. I won't have that not on the show. I don't mean to take away from today though, he was phenomenal. Let's talk more about him now with one of our favorite guys to have on this program. Because anytime anything goalkeeper related comes up. You just lose your mind and start just like going through months of David priests tweets. Well, hang on. That's not true. And don't shame me in front of David price. We had David Preece on in the summer to discussing. Glint as well..

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"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Caught offside with Andrew gumming and JJ Davani. Off-side from the Upper West side of in hat, Andrew gumming, J J Advani, what's up. I was a nice. Oh, yes. Considering you feel a bit under the weather. Yeah. I wasn't gonna bring that up though. Because I don't want to. Selling whiny, baby. No. But I will say if there's a lag in energy won't become there won't be me won't be. You do look a little bit. I know it's not good. It's not good. But it's it's nothing coming out of the Bom Bom nothing coming out of the mouth, right cold. Yeah. Hopefully, that's all this, right? I wasn't talking about any of this. And now you've made me out into this. Just weak. Solis figure. What would you have preferred we open with Brexit? I wanna just hope we would start talking about soccer and sports. All right. This sports really like. Sports will put you on a real roller coaster. I know we know that but just like your weekend this weekend was wild saved kind of like the Manchester. United win over Spurs was probably taught them most gut wrenching loss of the shorn. And then the the eagles happened. And like I'm ready after the eagles to just check out on sports teams. I'll do that mainly for the when the eagles play off when their season ends. I sometimes feel like you know, what I need two weeks. I binge watch shows like I don't want to even watch sports centre. Whatever now happen to work in sports. So it's hard to do this. But I was like you know, what Monday night. Syracuse is playing Duke. As a Syracuse grad. Someone who's obsessed with the team. I gotta watch. I would I'd hate myself forever. If they lost that game. And then they go and beat Duke Indu in overtime. It was like one of the greatest games ever seen sports will just it's what's great and terrible about sports all at once. Just when you thought you were out they pull you back in. Yeah. And now I'm back in and now I'm watching everything again like like at all never felt guilty being happy yesterday after the Syracuse game because I was like the eagles deserve more of a period of mourning now because you're still reflecting upon the fact that you are reigning Super Bowl champions for another weeks. I wasn't angry. But I was really really kinda like it was a heartbreaking loss. I was heartbroken for spars who we're gonna talk about that. Oh, boy that was that was something. I don't wanna look I know that this is not a Tottenham podcast is a general soccer podcast. Try to have like a tone of of bitterness over at Manchester United fans, listen to podcasts just as much as Tottenham fan. We take down the down the middle OG is you're calling him on the run down. I can't type I you could ask me ten times to spell the last name soul Shire, and I might spell it differently on all ten of those times. Let's GS. Everybody knows what we're talking about. Klay tizzy used to say it differently. Original original gangster, soc our soul Shire. And then when he scored fell Shiraz done it. Yeah. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about him and whether or not momentum is starting to build in his favor to potentially permanently become the manager of Manchester, United, obviously, we're gonna talk about David heya and kind of a performance for the ages at Wembley the other day. We'll talk about it from Spurs perspective. Because not only did they lose a game that they probably felt like they should have one. They also lost their best player, and they didn't just lose him. They lost him for a while. And that is bad that is bad. Bad news bears. And we're gonna talk about to heya we're going to Pedder check even talking about Sunderland because they're making waves here in the United States with the Netflix documentary central until I die with David Preece who will be back on the program shortly red card man of the match. I'm really feeling good JJ about my red card and my man of the match. I'm feeling good about the mailbag because there was a lot of tasty things were thrown up ruin Ave Lampert. Jared watch OMO enter I better start looking for it. I found it. Well, it's mostly going to be a Lampert. Watch our rather who was watching him. On gerard..

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"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Caught offside with Andrew gumming and JJ Davani. Off-side from the Upper West side of in hat, Andrew gumming, J J Advani, what's up. I was a nice. Oh, yes. Considering you feel a bit under the weather. Yeah. I wasn't gonna bring that up though. Because I don't want to. Selling whiny, baby. No. But I will say if there's a lag in energy won't become there won't be me won't be. You do look a little bit. I know it's not good. It's not good. But it's it's nothing coming out of the Bom Bom nothing coming out of the mouth, right cold. Yeah. Hopefully, that's all this, right? I wasn't talking about any of this. And now you've made me out into this. Just weak. Solis figure. What would you have preferred we open with Brexit? I wanna just hope we would start talking about soccer and sports. All right. This sports really like. Sports will put you on a real roller coaster. I know we know that but just like your weekend this weekend was wild saved kind of like the Manchester. United win over Spurs was probably taught them most gut wrenching loss of the shorn. And then the the eagles happened. And like I'm ready after the eagles to just check out on sports teams. I'll do that mainly for the when the eagles play off when their season ends. I sometimes feel like you know, what I need two weeks. I binge watch shows like I don't want to even watch sports centre. Whatever now happen to work in sports. So it's hard to do this. But I was like you know, what Monday night. Syracuse is playing Duke. As a Syracuse grad. Someone who's obsessed with the team. I gotta watch. I would I'd hate myself forever. If they lost that game. And then they go and beat Duke Indu in overtime. It was like one of the greatest games ever seen sports will just it's what's great and terrible about sports all at once. Just when you thought you were out they pull you back in. Yeah. And now I'm back in and now I'm watching everything again like like at all never felt guilty being happy yesterday after the Syracuse game because I was like the eagles deserve more of a period of mourning now because you're still reflecting upon the fact that you are reigning Super Bowl champions for another weeks. I wasn't angry. But I was really really kinda like it was a heartbreaking loss. I was heartbroken for spars who we're gonna talk about that. Oh, boy that was that was something. I don't wanna look I know that this is not a Tottenham podcast is a general soccer podcast. Try to have like a tone of of bitterness over at Manchester United fans, listen to podcasts just as much as Tottenham fan. We take down the down the middle OG is you're calling him on the run down. I can't type I you could ask me ten times to spell the last name soul Shire, and I might spell it differently on all ten of those times. Let's GS. Everybody knows what we're talking about. Klay tizzy used to say it differently. Original original gangster, soc our soul Shire. And then when he scored fell Shiraz done it. Yeah. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about him and whether or not momentum is starting to build in his favor to potentially permanently become the manager of Manchester, United, obviously, we're gonna talk about David heya and kind of a performance for the ages at Wembley the other day. We'll talk about it from Spurs perspective. Because not only did they lose a game that they probably felt like they should have one. They also lost their best player, and they didn't just lose him. They lost him for a while. And that is bad that is bad. Bad news bears. And we're gonna talk about to heya we're going to Pedder check even talking about Sunderland because they're making waves here in the United States with the Netflix documentary central until I die with David Preece who will be back on the program shortly red card man of the match. I'm really feeling good JJ about my red card and my man of the match. I'm feeling good about the mailbag because there was a lot of tasty things were thrown up ruin Ave Lampert. Jared watch OMO enter I better start looking for it. I found it. Well, it's mostly going to be a Lampert. Watch our rather who was watching him. On gerard..

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"david preece" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Be like I'm going to give you my report, but you can continue to use my grand jury because it's originated from this. And this is the grandeur who's investigating these matters. But I don't have the answer to that yet either. But in my eyes, that's the I'm not gonna say I think that he's done. What I'm saying is if that's the way the report could come out at the end of February. Right. It was going to like a springboard basically for those who want to continue atone, right? This isn't the fully. This isn't his report is not the end. Yeah. It is the starting point. Yeah. Yeah. I guess it just depends on what you think Muller's and role is. Sort of in all of this. If you think it's more to like alleyoop, then totally February makes sense, right? And David Preece brought that up to he's like, I haven't looked at the charging documents for Archibald Cox in the Watergate and Ken Starr in the Clinton investigation. Maybe they said go all the way to the end and wrap it all up and then report, whereas we looked at together on the phone. We looked at the document that Rosenstein wrote about what Muller supposed to do is just investigate these matters of Russia. Anything that arises and anything that arises out of that. And that might signal to Muller it's not my job to reach conclusions here. My job is to give you what I mean. Yeah. And so these things can continue because he might have already found everything he needs in the Andrew Miller case. Yeah. That's a good point. But it still needs to be concluded. But it can be concluded by the department of Justice. Right. Totally kinda make sense. Yeah. Because I'm sitting here. Like hope it's the other. Like the latter. The that he's just going to see it all through till the bitter end and everyone's going to jail, and that's what I'm going to be dangerous to our. I mean, everyone will go to jail whether the J continues to tie up the loose ends that don't require any further investigation or require investigation. But you know, he's already got the starting point. And all the information that we need about it enough to prosecute hopefully, but he might be like, dude, if I wait until we tie up every loose end until this thing goes the next year through appeals with Miller or whatever. And then we have all the trials and the conclusions are drawn if I wait another three years, we could reelect this, man. Yeah. So this also might be one of his decisions that he's making. In favor of Justice for the democracy versus Justice for individuals. Do you know? Yeah. That makes total sense. Yeah. I hope if that happens DOJ can remain unbiased enough, and they're, you know, efforts through that plane to work. Yeah, they have so far and see why. Well, this this whole report in the New York Times about the department of Justice in the FBI re opening these counterintelligence in criminal investigations into obstruction as collusion. Solidify my faith that the FBI even though it's run by Trump's people will do the right thing. This gives this makes me feel better. I'm gonna sleep better tonight. Yeah. Knowing that they open these investigations, and and priests David priests it said that there's no reason going on to what I was talking about earlier. There's no reason that every to think that every prosecution that's an outgrowth of this investigation has to be concluded or all the appeals that would follow in those would have to be concluded for Muller defiles report. And that all those investigations that would need completing could be picked up by the department of Justice. Anyway. So that's kind of. If Muller filed his report at the end of February. That's how he can do it. Yeah. And even though there's probably two or three years left of trials and threads and investigations and indictments to come out further exactly in general. He'd really be putting pressure on the people in the congress and the OJ said do their jobs like he wouldn't be that like savior that everybody. I guess S included kinda makes him out to be. Sometimes exactly that's exactly what Joyce Vance's told us. That's what Ben widow said. That's what David pre said to me on the phone. He's not a white Knight. He's not here to save us. All he's here to give us investigate give us the facts..

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"david preece" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"I do think this is the way the Russians might wanna do you have to remember again? Resident Putin grew up through the KGB he spent his career KGB. He ran the Russian intelligence service, the internal security service, the people who make these arrests CFSP. And then he's been president for almost twenty years. He is wallowed in Ben in this world for years. He has done efforts to clandestinely film people with prostitutes to try to set them up. He has been involved in all of the defections and arrests and intelligence things of the last forty years. I think he understands how to play this game. And therefore, maybe calculating that. This is a good way to put pressure on in administration government who doesn't have that kind of experience. And so I think the wildcard here is President Trump is this something that he sees a problem sees himself as a great negotiator and doing this kind of swap or something would be something that would be. Useful to the government to move pass. And then build a better relationship with the Russians. I think most professionals and people in previous administrations and probably in this administration in the White House. Think that's a very bad idea. I'm David Preece. And this is the law fair podcast January eighth twenty nineteen the Russian government's recent arrest of American Paul Whalen and its charges against him at many politicians in pundits speculating about the possibility of an intended spice walk for Maria Boutin ah there's a lot going on here. But there's also a lot of misunderstanding about the history of spice walks what they are. And what they aren't earlier this week. I sat down with my former CIA colleague John cypher to talk about it all he joined me to discuss the history of spice walks. The current case involving Paul Whalen and prospects for some kind of a release. It's the law fair podcast number three hundred seventy nine Jon cypher on spice, walks past present and future. We're here in the jungles, Stu. Jio with John cypher who retired in two thousand fourteen after twenty eight year operational career in the.

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"david preece" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Peanut butter. Well, that's how to get rid of gum in the hair, a tomato juice bath. That is how to get rid of when you get sprayed by a skunk. Or when you're golden retriever does. But how to get rid of a president? They've tried guns and bombs and flying an airplane into the White House. They actually kind of tried that was thwarted they've tried impeachment. They've tried freezing the president out. They've tried denying the president of renomination and everyone's favourite president loses at the ballot box in new book called how to get rid of president is subtitled histories guy to removing unpopular unable or unfit chief executives the author is David Preece. Hello, david. How are you? Hello. How are you? So which president would be tomato juice bath. Who would that apply to you know, let's go with one of the lesser known ones. Got no one will be able to call us out say Franklin Pierce. That's his thing. So I loved the parts about Tyler and Taylor. And this is just a strong legislative branch. And you know, even earlier even maybe Monroe a strong legislative branch. Just denies the guy his agency, but with the presidency becoming more powerful is that even possible anymore. It is possible. There's no reason that we can't revert back to the article one legislature doing its job, and it's been an aberration for a while we have the imperial presidency and all of these powers both being taken by and being green to to the executive branch. But there's no reason it has to be that way. In fact, some people thought with the election of two thousand sixteen that we would institutionally see that happening hasn't worked out. But nothing stopping what about the Andrew Johnson lesson is that so far away to be inapplicable to today. Yeah. The the backstory on Andrew Johnson quickly was that he came into office when ABRAHAM LINCOLN was shot and killed, but he was from a different party. And he was generally an asset. He didn't treat people. Well, even his own friend called Joe faces, but the technical term was asset. We'd have to find the primary sources. But I believe that's the connotation, and he definitely didn't get along with anybody, including people he needed to get on his own side people who are inclined to believe in him still he alienated them. So he ended up becoming the first impeached president because he just couldn't seem to get along with anybody. Now that was a case. Yes of congress exerting itself. I mean, they they impeached him. They came damn close to removing him. But it was also a case of institutional restraint because the Republicans had a two thirds majority in the Senate, which is enough according to the constitution to remove a president who has been impeached, and they still didn't do it because they thought that they could do just as well if he was in office for a few more months, and then they get their own guy in is the failed conviction. So impeachment foul conviction. Did that in any way change the conception of the threshold to impeach president? And what I specifically mean is there was no underlying crime there were misdeeds, and he was terrible president and hated, but you know. It's kind of aid in the constitution as to the definition of high crimes and misdemeanors. So did this change anyone's mind about the threshold for impeachment? You know, it didn't seem to I phoned some of the contemporary accounts that talked about why some of the representatives and senators later regretted their votes one way or another. But almost always they regretted it in terms of impeaching him. And then voting to convict, but it didn't seem to change the national conversation about impeachment. It was still seeing that the impeachment by the house of representatives itself was a stern rebuke. And it was thought that very impeachment led to a change in the behavior of Andrew Johnson. He was a little bit less of a jerk after this. It seemed like this was his wakeup call. Not to mention that he made some promises about things he would do better in order to avoid conviction and removal, but it didn't seem to change the notion of impeachment itself as a rebuke that came much later with Bill Clinton's impeachment. You know, you mentioned there in that answer that impeach. Itself. I think with President Clinton it was seen as a failed process that there was an impeachment in no conviction..

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"david preece" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"david preece" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Now, thank you the following recording. May contain explicit language. I can't. Get more explicit than may say it may. It's Wednesday January second twenty nineteen from slate. It's the gist. I might pass the second day of our new year the thirteenth day of the government shutdown our long national nightmare. Maybe Jackley a nightmare. It's more like waking up for a drink in the middle of night. And a couple more minutes to get back to sleep thinking like, but then when you do you get paid? Our long national that thing that I just described drags on. Look, it's not that I'm insensitive to the pains of the shutdown. It's that the vast majority of Americans are insensitive to said pains, there are costs don't buy that there aren't costs. It is hurting the macro economy. It is diminishing the fees. The government takes in the government needs money to either going to have to tax you more or go deeper into debt. There are all these unseen functions that the government does that people actually do need, HUD approval here a small business loan there. A bureau of engraving work order over yonder. But this doesn't register beyond. The general sentiment of government is a shambles. These clowns in Washington can't get along which doesn't punish or favor any actor even the actor. Who said, you know, what I'll say, yes, if we don't get what we want one way or the other whether it's through you through. Military through anything you want to call. I will shut down to go, and I am throughout and I am proud to shut down the government for border security the sympathetic stories. You hear of those victimized by the shutdown include native Americans who need medical care people who rely on the department of agriculture's nutrition assistance programs in other words, the most vulnerable, but guess what the people who know or care about the most vulnerable are already blaming Trump. It's not going to move the needle. So in the Goshi ations, they speak of things called pressure points or pain points, and the problem is perverse. As this may seem the problem in why this shutdown is still going on why they're not shutting down the shutdown. The problem is there is not enough widespread. Pain to prod the talks along, although the national parks are dealing with a veritable shit storm the vault toil. Islets in the parks, and there are few flush toilets. So the vault toilets are near capacity. And there is no one there to empty them at the Joshua tree national park. So that park will be shutting down and shitting up. I did read the sentence in the Washington Post, quote once those porta potties fill up. There is no amount of cleaning. That will save them says Sabir Purdy who owns a rock climbing service there at that point. I think I'm going to have to tap out tap out pass out. Anyway, it reminds me of the old saying Kokos flows downhill, and like the Bard told Woodward and Bernstein, follow the feces, and in this case it's coming from all the way at the top on the show today. I feel about the leaked Louis C K set and the techniques he wants used that. He's now incapable or uninterested of employing. But first a political scientist who served in the CIA. During the presidencies of Bill Clinton, and George W Bush. He was a manager an officer and intelligence briefer. He's been on top of the latest Muller investigation while at the same time he's looking back. David Preece has a new book out. It's called how to get rid of a president. It's so astute that some in DC have been heard muttering who will rid us of this meddlesome priest not the gist. He's up next..

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