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"department treasury" Discussed on KOMO

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07:49 min | Last week

"department treasury" Discussed on KOMO

"Studies dot org, and John calls them from Elyria, Ohio. Good evening. Hi. Good evening. My question. I have a few questions for the guests, and I'll try and make them quick. And I'll just listen for the answers. Uh, number one. Vladimir Putin denied any Russian government involvement in interfering with the 2016 election. Was he telling the truth in your opinion? And if not, what did Donald Trump hope to accomplish by taking his word publicly over that of her own intelligence agencies. And also what do you make of the reports of the 2020 Russian government hack of the U. S. Justice Department Treasury, etcetera. And, um Okay, We got it. We got it. Yeah, a couple evidencing points. First of all, I certainly am not a person who thinks that everything Donald Trump ever said or did was smart and taking. Vladimir Putin's worried about the 2016 election struck me as one of the low points even for Donald Trump, so I'll just throw in my two cents worth Jim Hanson. Yeah. No, I 100% agree with you there. The Russians have attempted to influence you know, and as the Soviet Union and now is the Russians pretty much everything that's happened in the United States since the 19 hundreds. So I think they do the best they can, and they take certain risks and try to do stuff, but their influence was not in any way large enough to even be a blip. Compared to the influence of, say, the corporate media or the other things that go toward influencing public opinion. The Russians? Well, it's spend a couple $100,000, maybe on Facebook ads that did not beat Hillary Clinton. That was a bug spot on the windshield of that election. I mean, I'll give him an a for effort, but really, I mean, it didn't amount to diddly. After the 2020 hacks of the U. S government. I mean, all of the hacks that come out of that place at the very least. Russia is looking the other way, and at worst, they are actively complicit with these hackers. I mean, there's no I don't think any way around that the idea that you can do anything behind the the national boundaries of Russia. Like that. And and the Russian government not be aware of it and not, uh, allow it without forward to even be happening. I mean, you can't pull off stuff like that if the Russian government didn't want you doing that. And there would be no doors, doors knocked down and people would be busted in a hurry. Yeah, they have a habit. Putin does radioactively poisoning people who aggravated. Yeah, I don't think there's any way those things happened without acquiescence. Or maybe they were just testing to see what they could do. And that's really the scary thing it is is if they're kind of knocking on doors to see where they're locked and things like that. Our cyber defenses are not up to snuff. That's an obvious thing. And we should be a little bit more concerned about that. And I think we really are absolutely amen. 100% agree with you entirely regarding that now. The announcement. That there would be no joint news conference that I felt very, very telling. I mean, let's face it. Any good summitry is nothing more than theater. The deals such as they are have already been worked out. Nobody enters into a summit without the deals. Having already been worked out at the lower level. The leaders were there for the photo ops. The handshakes. And and and the like, And it is entirely predictable except For that post summit news conference. You don't know what some reporters going to ask, and you don't know what the other person is going to ask, Especially with that other person is not a partner, but an adversary and This essentially told the world, Okay. Do we trust our president to Ah to go one on one with Putin in a news conference? No, we don't. Whoever we are. No, we don't. And we felt that we had to do this, even though it makes that admission that we don't trust that outcome, because it's better than seeing what happens if, in fact it actually occurred. That is an unfortunate admission. But if I were in the position of whoever we happens to be, it might very well be that that would have been my decision. But I think it it automatically shows a sign of weakness. And you know that Putin is entering into this salivating at just what he may be able to obtain. Across that table. My hopes for the end of this summit are that President Biden does not give away the ranch. Your thoughts Jim Hanson. Yeah, I think it's just the fact that Biden is not up to that. He's not up to the softball questions he gets from the media that he owns. You know, I mean, the people who serve as his Adjunct press corps. You know his his own team who throw him softballs. He can barely deal with those and the idea that he would stand next to Putin in front of the world would have been a debacle. And so they're giving away the fact that they don't have any faith in him and all of us know it. You know anybody who's been watching him through the campaign knows he's he's struggling to get through every day. And I think that you know, Okay. Press conferences are one thing, But like you said, he's going to be across the table from Putin. And the scary thing People like to pretend back When Trump was sitting at that table, he was going to give something away. Trump gave away Nothing. I I share your concern that Biden may try to do something. That makes him look like some sort of hero and ends up causing the United States and the world immense damage. He is. He's just not up to the game, and Putin certainly want to take advantage to exploit to do whatever he can I guarantee you they have gamed this out. Let's try this will try that. Uh, a little frightening. Brody calls in from Pittsburgh for Jim Hansen. Our guest. Good evening. Good evening, Jim Bohannon. Thank you for your service. It slide day today. Anybody that takes the needs of flag needs to leave the country. Um, you know, I'm not. I'm not a violent person, and Jim Jim Hansen, not Jim Hanson. Not to be confused. That's correct. So thank you. Thank you for being on the Jim Bohannon show. I would just like to have out there. Maybe you to configure this out. How long is this facade going to go on? I mean, are they going to have like facade? You mean the facade of Joe Biden is in charge? Yeah, Yes, As long as they can pull it off. I guess I will offer my two cents worth and we probably well, that'll take us to the break because I want Jim Hansen to have enough time to give an answer. My mother died with dementia, and I saw her gradually. Shrink mentally. I watched it happen. It was very unpleasant thing to watch. And she maintained her her her sense of who she was and what was happening around her most of the time until the end. And let's let's let's face it. Joe Biden is not drooling. Okay, He's not confined to a wheelchair. He is simply showing some of the early signs of the onset of dementia. I'm sure he has good days and bad days. The later in the day you go. The worse it probably is early in the day is probably the best part of the day. For him. It's unfortunate. And I don't know of anything. We can quote do about it necessarily. But it is progressive. And there's nothing we have found so far that will reverses or even stop it. So that would be my two cents worth and Jim Hansen will offer his answer in a moment news, traffic and weather updates weekday morning and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense.

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"department treasury" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:19 min | Last week

"department treasury" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"President of securities studies dot org and John Calls in from malaria, Ohio Good evening. Good evening. My question, either a few questions for the guests, and I'll try and make them quick enough. Just listen for the answers. Uh, number one. Vladimir Putin denied any Russian government involvement in interfering with the 2016 election. Was he telling the truth in your opinion? And if not, what did Donald Trump hope to accomplish by taking his word publicly over that of our own intelligence agencies? And also what do you make of the reports of the 2020 Russian government hack of the U. S. Justice Department Treasury, etcetera. And, um Okay, We got it. We got it A couple of interesting points. First of all, I certainly am not a person who thinks that everything Donald Trump ever said or did was smart and taking. Vladimir Putin is worried about the 2016 election struck me as one of the low points even for Donald Trump. So I'll just throw in my two cents worth Jim Hansen. Yeah, No, I 100% agree with you there. The Russians Have attempted to influence you know, and as the Soviet Union and that was the Russians, pretty much everything that's happened in the United States since the 19 hundreds, so I think they do the best they can, and they take certain risks and try to do stuff. But their influence was not in any way large enough to even be a blip compared to the influence of, say, the corporate media or the other things. That go toward influencing public opinion. The Russians? Well, it's been a couple $100,000, maybe on Facebook ads that did not beat Hillary Clinton. That was a bug spot on the windshield of that election. I mean, I'll give him an a for effort, but do it, But really, I mean it didn't amount of deadly After the 2020 hacks of the U. S government. I mean, all of the hacks that come out of that place. At the very least, Russia is looking the other way. And at worst, they are actively complicit with these hackers. I mean, there's no I don't think any way around that the the idea that you can do anything behind the the national boundaries of Russia. Like that. And and the Russian government not be aware of it and not, uh wow it without forward to even be happening. I mean, you can't pull off stuff like that. If the the Russian government didn't want you doing that. And there would be no doors, doors knocked down and people would be busted in a hurry. Yeah, they have a habit. Putin does of radioactively poisoning people who aggravated. Yeah, I don't think there's any way those things happened without acquiescence. Or maybe they were just testing to see what they could do. And that's really the scary thing it is is if they're kind of knocking on doors to see where they're locked and things like that. Our cyber defenses are not up to snuff. That's an obvious thing. And we should be a little bit more concerned about that. And I think we really are absolutely amen. 100% agree with you entirely regarding that now. The announcement. That there would be no joint news conference that I felt very, very telling. I mean, let's face it. Any good cemetery is nothing more than theater. The deals such as they are have already been worked out. Nobody enters into a summit without the deals having already been worked out at the lower level. The leaders were there for the photo ops, the handshakes and and and the like, And it is entirely predictable except For that post summit news conference. You don't know what some reporters going to ask, and you don't know what the other person is going to ask you, Especially with that other person is not a partner, but an adversary. And this essentially told the world, Okay. Do we trust our president to Ah to go one on one with Putin in a news conference? No, we don't. Whoever we are. No, we don't. And we felt that we had to do this, even though it makes that admission that we don't trust that outcome, because it's better than seeing what happens if, in fact it actually occurred. That is an unfortunate admission. But if I were in the position of whoever we happens to be, it might very well be that that would have been my decision. But I think it it automatically shows a sign of weakness. And you know that Putin is entering into this salivating at just what he may be able to obtain. Across that table. My hopes for the end of the summit are that President Biden does not give away the ranch. Your thoughts Jim Hanson. Yeah, I think it's just the fact that Biden is not up to that. He's not up to the softball questions he gets from the media that he owns. You know, I mean, the people who serve as his adjunct press corps. His own team who throw him softballs. He can barely deal with those and the idea that he would stand next to Putin, Uh, in front of the world would have been a debacle. And so they're giving away the fact that they don't have any faith in him and all of us know it. You know anybody who's been watching him. Through the campaign knows he's he's struggling to get through every day. And I think that you know, Okay, press conferences are one thing, but like you said, he's going to be across the table from Putin. And the scary thing people like to pretend back When Trump was sitting at the table, he was going to give something away. Trump gave away Nothing. I I share your concern that Biden may try to do something that you know, makes him look like some sort of hero and ends up causing the United States and the world immense damage. He is. He's just not up to the game. And Putin is certainly one to take advantage to exploit to do whatever he can I guarantee you they have gamed this out. Let's try this will try that. Uh, little frightening. Brody calls in from Pittsburgh for Jim Hansen. Our guest. Good evening. Good evening, Jim Bohannon. Thank you for your service. It's flag day. Today. Anybody that takes the needs of the flag needs to leave the country. Um, you know, I'm not. I'm not a violent person, and Jim Jim Hansen, not Jim Hanson. Not to be confused..

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Secretary of State Pompeo says hack was 'pretty clearly' Russian

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00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Secretary of State Pompeo says hack was 'pretty clearly' Russian

"Cyber attack that has struck at least seven government agencies. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was the first Trump administration official to publicly blame Moscow for the hack. He talked on the Mark Levin show. Significant effort to use a piece of third party software to essentially in bed. Code inside of US government systems and now appears systems of private companies and companies and governments across the world as well. This was a very significant effort on and I think it's the case, but now we can say pretty clearly. That was the Russians that engaged in this activity. The growing list of federal agencies compromised in the hack includes the State Department, Treasury, Homeland, Security, Energy and Commerce departments. As well as the National Institutes of Health. Where can you

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"department treasury" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"department treasury" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Landlords can and will check your credit before giving you a lease don't let your credit put you in a bad place go to control your credit dot gov brought to you by the US department treasury and the ad council whose real honest opinion real cops they claimed in Los Angeles last Wednesday night a rookie deputy named angel Reynosa reported that he was being fired on by a sniper while on a parking lot police soon blanketed the area while shutting down roads in evacuating nearby residents but it turns out Reynosa made the whole thing up he also told investigators that he had because the holes in his uniform shirt by cutting it with a knife there was no sniper no shots fired and no gunshot injuries sustained to shoulder completely fabricate captain can Wagoner in addition to being relieved of his duties Reynosa's facing charges of filing a false report of an emergency his motive is under investigation Karen McCue fox news checked out of the west wing several key White House aides including the president's daughter it's not what you think Ivanka trump senior counselor kellyanne Conway top economic adviser Larry Kudlow and some members of the White House legal team have been relocated from there west wing offices while workers rip out materials that could be hazardous the work to remove us best does is being done on the ceilings and attic spaces in the west wing second floor that work which should be completed by the end of August will cost about two hundred fifty thousand dollars that's fox's John decker reclaiming Dayton's entertainment district after a deadly massacre wrong Stevie Wonder already did a sound check Kanye west hosted a Sunday prayer service joining host Dave Chapelle in Dayton for a block party and benefit concert called Jim city shine Chapelle lives in the area I'm saying that's for and this is a fox news WGY accu weather forecast mostly clear tonight low fifty a nice day for tomorrow mostly.

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"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A parody tried to undo sanctions on Chinese companies which are accused of violating sanctions on North Korea. Ed Baxter has global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed, what is this story about? This is this is I spent time trying to figure this out today. And I think we have this basic clarification rich rush on what was very confusing over the weekend. When the president tweeted he was reversing the sanctions Bloomberg. Soleil emotion says treasury put the sanctions on at its own discretion the last of the week, given the treasury department some discretion to decide what to do and on Friday. We don't know what triggered the tweet. We just know that he was unhappy with it. And it was a few hours of different an officials from the State Department treasury department trying to figure out where to head from that point. Yeah. So to clarify the apparent confusion between the president and his treasury department. In public the sum. Total is that he apparently wanted to take the sanctions off and we stopped tomorrow. UK house of Commons conveyancing control of all Brexit options with presumably the goal of finding the best one that can be agreed on by the EU. Bloomberg's rob Hutton says. Meanwhile, it appears the may plan is gaining some support is a conservative hard Brexit tears realize they could be walking into an abyss. You just grab it. And we'll we'll fix it later. Michael govan. The cabinet is an advocate vamps dishes. The problem..

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"department treasury" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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14:56 min | 2 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Yes. In the blow. Hi, I'm greener Lova journalists in exile journals from Russia, and we, of course, know that Russia is a is a is a state where there's this messy propaganda state propaganda machine. And we don't need an assessment to you know, to decide whether those that rogue actors or not we know that the rogue actors. And I've been calling for sanctioning at least the top officials at the state propaganda machine ACA. You know, the chief editor RT channel and every time I talk to people is rob. I'm being told that now there is this in the first amendment, and including some congressional staffers on the democratic say, so Ben MC question is we know that the Obama administration aggressively lobbied against the Magnitsky act. State Department treasury national Security Council, they didn't want the Magnitsky act to be passed. Hope thankfully did. And we now know that he was a mistake to lobby against him. And my question is aren't we like the US making this same mistake? Now when we do not sanction Putin's as states propagandist. Thank you. This is air. She spread radio programming from Monday WCBS be from Washington. Well, when when I was an assistant secretary of state, I very much wanted to sanction the propaganda, but Roberson ski told me I couldn't do it. Do you want to explain why that's true? So I sort of kidding. I'll take the opening I think we can all agree of about the nature of Russia's state propaganda. And it's terrible effects of the Russian and elsewhere. The bottom line is we look at the two Magnitsky act is they simply don't apply to to sanctioning propaganda. We go back and look at what sorts of crimes are covered. And there was early discussion that looks like the Trump administration is applying the definitions a little bit more broadly than the Obama administration did, but essentially the covered crimes boil down to murder rape torture, enforced disappearance, and yes, the holding of political prisoners are unjust imprisonment. It's important that the crimes that these sanctions given how. Cooercive a tool they are. It's important that we all have a common understanding of how could be applied. This is a very serious penalty. And it is one that absolutely should not be applied on illegal or unjust grounds. And I say as a human rights advocate that this is a tool that if misapplied could be extraordinarily damaging to any number of classes of people, but not least of whom are activists and journalists so when we're dealing with propaganda. It's just an incredibly tricky landscape, and at the end of the day, we need to be very careful when we're talking about freedom of expression. I know this is the answer you you've heard before an expect. But that's not to say that there aren't other means by which the US government should be approaching the. Effects of propaganda. And I think we need to be very creative in how we address disinformation. As anybody that has read the headlines over the course of the last three years could tell you at the mater moderator's discretion, I'm going to interject with my own question for the panel. I I always find it. Interesting to probe unintended consequences of policies. The United States does harkening back to our Patriot Act and are anti-terrorism laws in the years after nine eleven we've seen countries all over the world, adopt around anti-terrorism laws, which have been used to crack down on expression. Is there a potential that that Magnitsky could also be misapplied? Instead of like, I don't know. But if I were a creative dictator, I'm pretty sure I could find a way to accuse a dissident of a human rights violation because he upset the public stability or something like that. Can you can talk a little bit about maybe the nuance here in trying to propagate a set of human rights laws that ten not be misconstrued. The do the exact opposite of what we want them to do. So the bottom line is that the dictators already have tools at their disposal to use against activists. Including the misapplication of the law and up to and including murder. I don't think we should let that argument. Stop us. Now, we should have safeguards in place. And this is a topic of conversation with the Europeans. They think about their own law. We need to make sure that anybody that's designated input on what's called the specially designated nationals list that the treasury department maintains that the evidence evidentiary base that went into that designation is airtight. It's very important that the person designated be able to show at the end of the day that they either were designated wrongly, and that that designation can be challenged either administratively or through a quarter of law which exists in the United States war, and this gets to the heart of what sanctions are all about the person has changed their behavior and that should be delisted because the global Magnitsky act is so new that hasn't occurrences. Not yet. Come up, with the exception of the Turkey case, I mentioned earlier after Brunson was released but in other sanctions programs. We have seen instances in which the designated individual petitions, and ultimately is is delisted given a change in behavior. But coming back to what dictators are going to say, they already have all the tools, so I don't have much sympathy for us necessarily needing to rebut that that line of thinking. I would say it's important for the United States to realize the role that it plays around the world. And so you alluded to the terrorism laws, and you know, to put things in perspective, the most common charge that is used to jail. Journalists in the past three years have seen record numbers of journalists. Jailed more than two hundred and fifty each year. Is anti-state charges such as supporting terrorism, I'm providing support to a terrorist group, terrorist, propaganda, etc. So it is and now we've seen it with fake news as well. As the fake news rhetoric has spread around the world. We're seeing that more countries are proposing fake news laws that would restrict and punish criminally. Punish the dissemination of so-called fake news? We've seen the number of journalists imprisoned on false news charges rise since not rhetoric has increased. And of course, we can look at specific examples going back to the Russian propaganda one where the whole discussion about faira in the foreign agents registration act over RT in the United States led to retaliation in Russia creating their own approach to faira and using that to apply not only to US government funded. Entities media entities, but also to CNN and other broader media entities. So it's an issue. But you know, as rob said, I think it doesn't seem to concerning in the Magnitsky act at this point. Courtney radish committee to protect journalists. Thank you very much interview. Based in Beirut, Lebanon reason said about Beirut Lebanon, because we have the national criminal about a Hariri was assassinated. But in this case, we have more evidence about has you case who was murdered in the embassy and instead of going through the sanction route international tribunal could be. At least. Agreed upon or at least we should take the legal you've been in the congress to have. Or whatever. Turkey by itself, by the way, called for such thing. So I think protecting journalists probably the legal approach with an international law or. It's more probably acceptable either nationally, then sometimes the selective application of sanction on on certain country to be perceived as really selective morality or selective. Justice. I can take that. I think when I was a US diplomat the prime example, the critics of the United States pointed to to argue that America was selective in its use of human rights tools with Saudi Arabia. So I think if we are if we use a strong human rights tool against Saudi Arabia, actually, a fairly good example of the United States. Placing values ahead of its relationships. It would not be seen as selective that said if there were an international judicial or legal mechanism that could be applied here. I would be very strongly supportive of that. My guess is that it would be harder in practice to put that into place because I doubt that Saudi Arabia would cooperate. I doubt that they would produce suspects to be to be tried especially since the chief suspect is potentially the absolute ruler of the country for the next fifty years. If if that is allowed to happen. And so the Magnitsky sanctions tool becomes something that we know is at least available to us, even as we pursue other traditional mechanisms with response to your question around the international role. So at the committee to protect her analysts. We don't believe that there is only one path to Justice for the murder of Jamal choke. She in so we have called for an international United Nations criminal investigation by the secretary general. We held a press conference at the UN with Human Rights, Watch reporters without borders and amnesty calling for this we've met with the secretary general's office and with several Member States, and we understand that Turkey has expressed its openness to that. So we would like to see the UN secretary general launched their own investigation. I think that the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killing and her initial fact-finding mission to Turkey indicates again that there is very significant. Evidence that the crown prince was involved and so further the call for an international criminal investigations, though. I don't think that it's an either or it's both. Right here in the Thai. Thank you very much. Alex hasn't independent newsagents Toronto. And appreciate. According to case, I think we should keep in mind that imam Ali of sedation. We had a congressional action. Durbin amendment was actually calling everyone every single person involved in his case could be sanctuary. I think that's strong. Government took it. Quite smart little that. Hey, you know, they they are they gonna come after president everybody involved. So my question that my colleague from Russia. Us. We know about what we know about John contests where the first family MAC. They are the ones ordering is no res- or they decide who gets in an obstacle in this station. Going after some small, let's say let's say highlights somewhat smaller. Listen officials really. Doesn't restart effective. If you go after the robot. Discussing you know? Money that we have another draws in prison. I've come what what we heard from his? Station. In jail that some high level officials in jail are basically trying to get involved into Turtur because they are to a fact that they might get promoted because names will get out of their governments with talk about them. They don't have an interest. They they don't wanna company US in the first place. So is that how much should we align on knowledge about how conscious being managed and what kind of assets do they have what I go off of that? When we think about sanctions on my second question, if you don't mind, I appreciate the congressman being here. And thank you for being involved. We heard for missing last weekend. He drew a red line against those who are naming his crown prince. And I think this is sweat. And I also think it's actually about congress because congress just passenger solution, and ultimately, how would you respond threat? What we will respond to that threat. I hope by passing legislation that crosses his red line. Congressman Tom Malinowski threatened members of congress. If you want to influence us, that's a very very bad idea on your first point around. You know, how this is being used having meant to answer beige on twice including on press freedom mission related to to journalists who are in prison. I think that. The interest that the alley family house and visiting Europe and vacationing there and all of that indicates how important it could be for the EU to adopt as the more type of legislation. I mean, I think US global Magnitsky act is great if you have that relationship with the United States, and if you keep your money here, and if you own real estate or all all of these other interests, but again, it will improve an strengthen the impact if we can see this globally..

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"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ongoing discussions were, in conversations with the EU about trade issues and I think you know on China we've been very, focused on the trade relationships with China so Carol of, course that is Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Speaking back in June at the finance ministers meeting of the g seven seat Mnuchin former Goldman Sachs partner maybe producer really hopped on the Trump trained early in the campaign of the general election wound up his Treasury Secretary, and. He has. Held onto that job and some have said he saw? An opportunity to be. A part of this. Administration and took it others have also said that he's a voice of moderation even reason if you will within. The White House Devon Leonard has been our go to guy BusinessWeek to help, us understand some of the key figures, of this administration how they got there what. They're, doing and what they're Future may be here's Devon it's interesting when you look at the, Trump administration there's there's a lot of. People who wound up in these very important you know sensitive positions in government who probably wouldn't be. There if if it hadn't been for Donald Trump and they sort of got on board the you know the, the Trump train or whatever to Washington time and this is totally true Mnuchin when a lot of people thought that he's not gonna, win or or people you know Republicans were like, they're never Trumpers wish to stay awake for. This guy but he's he's a guy from Wall Street and Goldman Sachs was in the head so business sort, of opportunistic I. Think sort of philosophy about jumping into. Things jumped into this and Landed. In the Treasury Department's Treasury Secretary which is a really important prestigous job when you look, back at. The people, who've had that job for. Hank Paulson Bob Rubin Tim Geithner I, mean the, following in their, footsteps? That's really something it's, often about though you know controlling economic policy right but in some. Cases? His Treasury, Secretary is different from what we've seen in the past right he's conceited You. Know some responsibilities and he's taken on some others well I mean that that's the thing, when when. You look, at the people in the. Treasury secretaries that people consider to be, great they, re people that, were? Able to largely sort, of dictate economic policy to the bosses I e the US president. In? This case Mnuchin say he. Didn't say a whole. Lot toss be said I think the president listens to me. They sometimes he agrees sometimes he doesn't it he disagrees but I think that's a lot, different from Bob Rubin who, whose whose, economic policies were called Ruben. Makes people think he was largely responsible for. The economic prosperity during the Clinton years Hank Paulson. Really Bush let him handle the response. To to the financial crisis point, Bush wasn't very popular and you know if he'd gone. To, congress and ask for things they probably would have said you know beat it and guidance case he had a lot of influence, with Obama so I think that's sort of irony you can you can sort of ride. Into Washington we know what Trump wind up The secretary. Of the treasury but then you have. To deal with the president who Even even even nuisance as he doesn't. Always listen to them and that's that's been very clear in the last eighteen months the other interesting thing that that comes through in your, story and has become apparent is. That while Mnuchin is of Wall Street in name he is not of Wall Street in. The same. Way of the guys you mentioned were Paulson was CEO of, Goldman Sachs Mnuchin did it did a. Tour at, Goldman Sachs is dad worked there but he was a hedge fund guy you. Know he was a movie producer LA very much a part until he doesn't command it. Feels like this. Same gravitas or doesn't convey. The same, gravitas Jason to me hasn't let's face it he hasn't as Treasury. Secretary I mean this is the guy. That a lot of people know the guy they, saw the picture with his wife. Louisa Lytton his third wife who who's an, actress they were holding the dollar bills this last November With. His signature on it and she was pouting for, the camera and she had a. Black black so In those, pictures went viral that an AP photographer took one commentator said look bond. Villains You know Mnuchin you considered a bad way to, deflect it but I just think that's not what you would. Have seen Bob Rubin do Hank Paulson so so, I mean that's at the same time he's also been very He's he's he's almost as the guy that. Trump can always count on to defend. Them in situations where no one else will are very few very few people will either good, examples when, you know when Trump, basically, said there were very, fine people on both, sides after the you know. The demonstrations in Charlottesville Between neo-nazis and counter protestors which. Left? One person dead and Larry Summers former, another? Former Treasury Secretary he called Steven Newsome may be the you know. The the most biggest sycophant in cabinet history and Treasury Secretary is generally do not come out and slam the sitting successors. Right well it's interesting, to that part of his success or his longevity right is not kind of outshining the president. Right, and, not talking to the press a lot and the president does I think you're right in the story that he does listen to has. Gotten the president of back down on. Some things the other thing though I think with the Treasury Secretary is how the world sees, us a, little bit about that Well that's that's one of the things the things that have to remember about the treasury secretaries that along with. Being in charge of, managing the national dad and doing sort of domestic economic policy the taxes and things like that The the IRS is part of the treasury, department you know he's an awesome Involve economic sanctions and stuff like that but there's. Sort of the you know the main person overseeing economic diplomacy around the world so people around the world are sort of looking to to the to. The Treasury, Secretary because he represents the world's largest economy and free for decades, you know the US has basically, been the leader. In global economic policy, guy met the Royal. Bank and things things like that so so he's he he, represents America globally when we, when it. Comes to when it comes to economics you wrote about Treasury Secretary Steven, Mnuchin he's, been there for a while is that the point of the story the longevity what I think, about our readers and our listeners? Who are going to go through this story what, is the, important takeaway here I think part of it is. Sort of, despite you know This guy's, weaknesses are. Foibles I mean you know we said it before about the you know, the may, be lacking Simpson gravitas and at times being someone who looked the Washington Post you know Dana, Millbank call them boot a bootmaker? Despite the fact that that a lot of people, know him You know defend Trump at all At all, costs despite, maybe maybe you know Putting your own. Personal credibility. At risk thank you so much thank. You you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up Carol president Xi of China has. Made a lot of both promises radicalizing poverty how that's. Actually being executed is raising. Some big questions we'll get into that story this is Bloomberg The art and you can.

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"department treasury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Wanna walk you through, this the American people and by the way since then we've learned there. Was an FBI informant Four, different Feis applications and original one with three extensions And this left wing conspiracy clown dressed up as a. Journalist contributor, to the Washington. Post still doesn't get it go ahead one exhibit one this is all public Head street. Who separate, slapped his head. Street a news website Go links to the counter intelligence community have confirmed that the. FBI sought and was granted a Arn intelligence surveillance act court, this is fine In. October giving counterintelligence Examine the activity of quote US arsons in Donald Trump's campaign. With, ties to Russia wow, pretty accurate They had pretty decent information just a. Little, pre accurate And I read it go ahead go on So. Let, me say the first vice requests sources, say name Trump was. Denied back in June denied by the court but the second was. Drawn more narrowly and was granted in October after evidence was presented of a server possibly related to the. Trump, campaign and its alleged links to banks now sources suggest that they face a warrant was granted to look at the whole continent of emails and other. Related documents that may concern you as person. So let's. Stop there The vast majority of the information in the face application it's been released has been redacted. That is blacked out So I'm reading from this news article from this new site They. Got information probably leaked from these top officials at the FBI Is that a, right wing conspiracy go ahead hung up with Trump's? Where wiretapping well how did they get access to the server information does it really matter if it was tapping electron. Surveillance or whatever it was exhibit to see. Miss this this reporter so never even listened to what I said Never? Went back and even listening to what I said go ahead and well known right wing British paper here it is. So stop I'm reading now from the guardian The. Guardian, go ahead. Glaring the FBI applied. For a warrant from the foreign intelligence surveillance court over. The summer in order to, monitor for members of. The Trump e suspected I. Let's stop that's to media sources That say there was another request. In, the summer before the Tober one We. Still don't have any information about that other than what these reports say. But these are. News reports, as to home in, or whatever. The hell your name is go ahead contacts with Russian officials even mind this was towing a presidential election The sitting president the. Incumbent party is now, investigating a presidential candidate of the. Republican party. And his campaign and that is exactly what took place and that's exactly what, still taking place and the media are schizophrenic on the one hand they. Pretend it's not. Taking place, on the other hand, the reporting. It is taking place go ahead The court turned down the application asking FBI counterintelligence investigators narrow its focus according to one report the FBI was finally granted a warrant in, October exhibit three my quasi another, McClatchy a. News organization go ahead right wing newspaper here they have agencies headline FBI, five other agencies five other Obama administration agencies pro, possible covert Kremlin a to Trump the FBI and five, other law enforcement intelligence agencies have collaborated for months. In an investigation into Russian attempts to influence. The November election including whether money from Kremlin covertly aided stop so people at the FBI, in the intelligence agencies at the top. Levels no doubt are leaking this information to the media and we. Know there leakers they've, been caught as leakers but this. Information is being leaked, to the media they are sources. For the Media Now my sources I didn't write these stories It's just I put them together one. After, another after, that's not right wing conspiracy News stories Go ahead by Donald Trump to people familiar with the matter said the agencies involved in the inquiry are the FBI, the CIA, the NSA the Justice department Treasury Department's financial crimes, enforcement network and representatives director of the national intelligence? Are you so as McClatchy line What's the guardian line Let's head street lying? Are they right wing Are they not saying that the Trump campaign or individuals? Associated with the Trump. Campaign had been surveilled That? A number of Obama administration intelligence and FBI are are working on it do they not say that Go ahead Barack, Obama didn't know it was As. You hold on okay keep going not done I need to make the case because the media seems..

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"department treasury" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News reports, has to home in or, whatever the hell. Your name is go ahead the contacts with Russian officials keep in mind this is a presidential election The sitting president. The incumbent party is, now investigating the presidential candidate of. The Republican. Party and his campaign and that is exactly what took place and that's exactly, what still taking place and the media are schizophrenic on the one hand. They pretend it's. Not taking, place on the other hand, the reporting it. Is taking place go ahead The Pfizer court turned down the application asking FBI counterintelligence investigators our what's focus according to one report the FBI was finally granted a warrant, in October exhibit free McClatchy another, McClatchy. A news organization go ahead right wing newspaper here they have agencies headline, FBI five other agencies five other Obama administration agencies, pro possible covert Kremlin a. To Trump the FBI and, five other law enforcement intelligence agencies have collaborated for. Months in an investigation into Russian. Attempts to influence, the November election including whether money from Kremlin covertly aided so people at the FBI in, the intelligence agencies at the top levels. No doubt are leaking this information to the media and we know. They're leakers they've been, caught as leakers but this information. Is being leaked to, the media they are sources for. The meat Now my. Sources I didn't write these stories It just I put them together one. After another after that's. Not, right wing, conspiracy these are news stories Go ahead Donald, Trump to, people familiar with the matter said the agencies involved, in the inquiry are the FBI the CIA the. NSA the Justice department Treasury? Department's financial crimes enforcement network and representatives at the director of the national intelligence. Are you McClatchy line Was the guardian line Was head street lying they right wing Are they not saying that the Trump campaign or individuals associated with the Trump campaign. Had been surveilled That? A number of Obama administration intelligence and FBI are are working on it do they not say that Go ahead Barack, Obama didn't know it was As you hold. On hold on okay Kiko I'm not done I need to make the case because the media seems. To be confused about their own reporting, time, another well-known liberal outlet. Intercepted Russian communications John The New York, Times Not me The New, York Times Mr. Homan go, ahead into. Trump associates January nineteen the FBI, is leaning the investigations, aided by the NSA, the CIA treasury. Departments financial crimes unit the investigators have accelerated their efforts in recent weeks but have found. No exclusive conclusive evidence Rhonda listen to this one official said intelligence reports based on some of the wiretap communications have been provided. To the. White House all right Wow I didn't make that. Up that's a report in the New York. Times we all believe the New York Times don't we give them their incredible records historical, record porting the. Truth So what were they investigated. Investigating the Trump campaign they use the word wiretaps I didn't make it up they use, the, word wiretaps Go. Ahead is the New York. Times or another right wing The. New York Times again wait a minute the New York Times Wow Go ahead say gets more latitude to share intercepted. Communications in the final days of the Obama, administration the administration has expanded the power of the NSA, a why is that? Important because it makes it easier to leak the information and harder to find the, culprits the perpetrators right Mr..

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"department treasury" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Inspector general about this he said that the jc estimates were widely considered to be reasonable unquote view dispute that i think they are reasonable hissar i would say saturday i mean once you move into predicting the future right there's a wide range of reasonable estimates that can be made the secretary who i've talked to daily feels very strongly that the economic activity will create enough revenue for the tax bill to pay for itself and i also believe that's within the range of reasonable estimates here's the issue feeling is one thing analysis another would you agree i mean we'd all love to say that whatever we're gonna do is generate by stop at three percent breath went out four or five but the reason you do analysis is to get your best estimate says it's gonna add two trillion dollars to the debt and and you and i give you full credit just said the cbo analysis is a reasonable analysis so what are we supposed to believe so the analysis on the debt may have been made center i've just not aware of it at the treasury department well if it's been made i'm going to ask you to make that available to the congress because i think the american people do whatever work product came out allison of tax bill and so i would ask mr chairman that if there is such an analysis that the committee requested from the administration i have no issue with that obviously they're typically internal documents were internal to the executive branch and always have been but if there's a document that we can get we should well this is just an analysis of the impact of the tax bill and the debt i'm not looking for any kind of work product information and given that the secretary continues to make these statements it'd be interesting to discover what the basis of it is because most people believed that the cbo analysis was reasonable one so i would ask you to that i appreciate that mr chairman and thank you for the last question i have did you do distributional analysis at the department treasury.

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"department treasury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The republican party and his campaign to some extent the pfizer court turned down the application asking fbi counterintelligence investigators to narrow its focus according to one report the i was finally granted a warrant in october exhibit three mcclatchy another well known right wing newspaper here they have the agency's headline fbi five other agencies five other obama administration agencies pro possible covert kremlin a to trump yet the i in five other law enforcement intelligence agencies have collaborated for months in an investigation into russian attempts to influence the november election including whether money from kremlin covertly aided presidential elect donald trump to people familiar with the matter said the agencies involved in the inquiry are the fbi the cia the nsa the justice department treasury departments financial crimes enforcement network and representatives of the director of the national intelligence are you telling me barack obama didn't know was as you on how are you okay keep going make the case because the media seems to be confused about reporting new york times and other well known liberal outlet intercepted russian communications part of inquiry into trump associates january nineteen yet the is leading the investigations aided by the nsa the cia treasury departments financial crimes unit the investigators have accelerated their efforts in recent weeks but have found no exclusive conclusive evidence wrongdoing.

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"department treasury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The passage of tax reform and this is going to be huge not just in terms of achieving something legislatively in his first year in office but the substance of the tax cut is going to be huge the american economy is roaring the federal reserve new york city has raised their thereof their forecast for fourth quarter gdp growth to near four percent barack obama never exceeded one and a half percent economic growth by the way there is big news from politico over the weekend that's also being ignored politico and the headline all bothma let hezbollah run cocaine into the us in order to facilitate the iran deal getting done i'm going to take the damage this man and his administration have done to this country is still largely unknown and it will continue to dribble loud and we will have more revelations of it in two thousand eight the d e a launched project cassandra to track hezbollah's trafficking of drugs and weapons money laundering and other criminal activities some of which were happening in the united states as project cassandra carried on the obama administration through a series of roadblocks in its way political reported sunday when investigators sought approval for prosecutions arrests financial sanctions obama's justice department and treasury department delayed hindered or denied their requests it was a policy decision said defense department illicit finance analyst david asher it was a systematic decision they really ripped apart this entire effort that was very wellsupported resource that was done from the top down and it was all the make sure the iran deal didn't get derailed now the iran deal is obama's grand achievement of ensuring that the iranians will secure our a nuclear weapons in less than ten years if they're not already on the precipice and in order to not derailed that obama told his justice department treasury department to stop pursuing hezbollah as they're running cocaine into the us conducting money laundering it's a bombshell it's a literal bombshell it not that he knows about even though it is in the political gotta take.

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"department treasury" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on WLAC

"And in order to not derail that obama told his justice department treasury department to stop pursuing hezbollah as they're running cocaine into the us conducting money laundering it's a bombshell little literal bombshell that nobody knows about even though it is in the politico gaza can at a time out quickly but back before him away the now a look back at this week in history this week weekend nineteen seventy two the last lunar landing mission ends apollo seventeen and the last three astronauts to travel to the moon splashdown safely in the pacific ocean from ninety sixty nine to nineteen 72 there were six successful lunarlanding missions and one aborted mission apollo thirteen although apollo seventeen was the last lunar landing the last official apollo mission was conducted in july of nineteen 75 when and apollo spacecraft successfully rendezvous and docked with the soviets soya's nineteen spacecraft in orbit around earth this week a 1993 philadelphia starring tom hanks the first major hollywood movie to focus on the subject of aids opens in theaters in the film hanks plays andrew beckett against attorney who was unjustly fired from his job because he suffers from aids hanks went on to win best actor at the academy awards this week 1950 six a baby gorilla named colo enters the world at the columbus zoo in ohio becoming the first ever guerrilla born in captivity weighing in at approximately four pounds colo a western lowland gorilla whose name was a combination of columbus in ohio was the daughter of million mack two guerrillas captured in french cameroon africa who brought to the columbus zoo 19 fifty one and this week in 1937 new york.

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"department treasury" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on WTVN

"The passage of tax reform and this is going to be huge not just in terms of achieving something legislatively in his first year in office but the substance of the tax cut is going to be huge the american economy is roaring the federal reserve new york city has raised their thereof their forecast for fourth quarter gdp growth to near four percent barack obama never exceeded one and a half percent economic growth by the way there is big news from politico over the weekend that's also being ignored politico and the headline obama let hezbollah run cocaine into the us in order to facilitate the iran deal getting done i'm going to create the damage this man in his administration have done to this country if still largely unknown and it will continue to dribble loud and we will have more revelations of it in two thousand eight the d e a launched project casandra to track hasballah's trafficking of drugs and weapons money laundering and other criminal activities some of which were happening in the united states as project cassandra carried on the obama administration through a series of roadblocks in its way political reported sunday when investigators sought approval for prosecutions arrests financial sanctions obama's justice department and treasury department delayed hindered or denied their requests it was a policy decision said defense department illicit finance analyst david asher it was a systematic decision they really ripped apart this entire effort that was very wellsupported resource it was done from the top down and it was all to make sure the iran deal didn't get derailed now the iran deal is obama's grand achievement of ensuring that the iranians will secure or a nuclear weapons in less than ten years if they're not already on the precipice and in order to not derailed that obama told his justice department treasury department to stop pursuing hezbollah as they're running cocaine into the us conducting money laundering it's a bombshell it's a literal bombshell that nobody knows about even though it is in the politico gonna take at a time out quickly but back before him away.

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"department treasury" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The passage of tax reform and this is going to be huge not just in terms of achieving something legislatively in his first year in office but the substance of the tax cut is going to be huge the american economy is roaring the federal reserve new york city has raised their thereof their forecast for fourth quarter gdp growth to near four percent barack obama never exceeded one and a half percent economic growth by the way there is big news from politico over the weekend that's also being ignored politico and the headline all bomber let hezbollah run cocaine into the us in order to facilitate the iran deal getting done i'm going to create the damage this man and his administration have done to this country if still largely unknown and it will continue to dribble loud and we will have more revelations of it in two thousand eight the d e a launched project cassandra to track hezbollah's trafficking of drugs and weapons money laundering and other criminal activities some of which were happening in the united states as project cassandra carried on the obama administration through a series of roadblocks in its way political reported sunday when investigators sought approval for prosecutions arrests financial sanctions obama's justice department and treasury department delayed hindered or denied their requests it was a policy decision said defense department illicit finance analyst david asher it was a systematic decision they really ripped apart this entire effort that was very wellsupported resource that was done from the top down and it was all the make sure the iran deal didn't get derailed now the iran deal is obama's grand achievement of ensuring that the iranians will secure are a nuclear weapons in less than ten years if they're not already on the precipice and in order to not derail that obama told his justice department treasury department to stop pursuing hezbollah as they're running cocaine into the us conducting money laundering it's a bombshell it's a literal bombshell it nobody knows about even though it is in the political gotta take a.

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"department treasury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The passage of tax reform and this is going to be huge not just in terms of achieving something legislatively in his first year in office but the substance of the tax cut is going to be huge the american economy is roaring the federal reserve new york city has raised their thereof their forecast for fourth quarter gdp growth to near four percent barack obama never exceeded one and a half percent economic growth by the way there is big news from politico over the weekend is also being ignored politico and the headline all bomber let hezbollah run cocaine into the us in order to facilitate the iran deal getting done i'm going to create the damage this man and his administration have done to this country is still largely unknown and it will continue to dribble loud and we will have more revelations of it in two thousand eight the d e a launched project cassandra to track hezbollah's trafficking of drugs and weapons money laundering and other criminal activities some of which were happening in the united states as project cassandra carried on the obama administration through a series of roadblocks in its way political reported sunday when investigators sought approval for prosecutions arrests financial sanctions obama's justice department and treasury department delayed hindered or denied their requests it was a policy decision said defense department illicit finance analyst david asher it was a systematic decision they really ripped apart this entire effort that was very wellsupported resource it was done from the top down and it was all the make sure the iran deal didn't get derailed now the iran deal is obama's grand achievement of ensuring that the iranians will secure are a nuclear weapons in less than ten years if they're not already on the precipice and in order to not derail that obama told his justice department treasury department to stop pursuing hezbollah as they're running cocaine into the us conducting money laundering it's a bombshell it's a literal bombshell that nobody knows about even though it is in the political gonna take him at a time out quickly but back before your mode hey america we need to have oddson we've got more food than we know what to do within this country yet seventeen million kids in america are.

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"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Us rather than make them here it's a both of those effects are positive for growth and that you could say well how how positive and we put out a study a few weeks ago where we estimated that ten years from now gdp would be between three and five percent higher i want to talk about this study and just won't gouge let me play something for you we have bob came at who are used to be numbertwo treasury other positions we had him on uh early in this program are we asked him because he was the general council actually the department treasury in eighty six when they read the less about the growth possible in he agreed with shortterm and he hit school concerns of the medium and longterm just listen to what bob had to say i think it will certainly boost growth in the near term where i think we need to watch very carefully as one of the mid to longterm effects and personally in that regard i think we have to go back to doing what we can to keep our deficit and debt under control so kevin what he was saying was bacne six they were much closer to revenueneutral that what this proposal looks like should we be concerned about the effects on growth quite specifically on growth of the sort of deficit worldwide here john right well absolutely free and anyone who says it doesn't is just wrong but the fact is that the numbers that we've been banning about about the costs of this bill are static scoring a numbers and egged on the corporate side especially firms aren't creating factories very much at the us at all they're putting them in ireland and other places and we're barely get any revenue at all we have the highest corporate tax in the developed world that almost no revenue because they're just moving the money offshore to us tax and so the idea that if we become an attractive location it's going to blow a hole in the deficit is just one that i would i don't accept the other way to think about the joint tax committee score in the 10th here is that this will reduce tax revenues at a static by about seventy billion dollars cbo gdp apps at the growth affects of this.

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"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Treasury secretary steve mnuchin continues to urge congress to raise the debt limit as soon as possible by his estimation the us government will have trouble paying its bills on or around september twenty nine civilians staff director on the senate budget committee now he's with the bipartisan policy center in washington dc joins me now stick we ask you first of all the give away the secret sauce if you would how does here analysis differ from what the cbo is doing with the treasury department's too peace this together cbo department treasury and should be p say i think we all agree late september the congress is really has to act i win seems to politics into the natural disaster we're seeing unfold here in texas which you bring up tropical storm harvey could that that make this more untenable make congress more willing to get this done because of the complications there have to deal with in texas i think congress is going to be much more anxious to get all of this done the big player in all of this is going to be the president and he has a very controversial decision and make is he going to insist on the wall between mexico and a very in the united states and i think i think it's noble answer right now whether the president will say i want that wall despite which happened in texas because of already hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day free book called the radio mobile app and on.

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