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Protesters vow to tear down Emancipation Statue in Washington, D.C.'s Lincoln Park
"After a couple nights of clashes between protesters in DC police the area near the White House is the site of unrest once again new developments with the fence around Lafayette square going back up as we speak the National Park Service tells WTOP that Lafayette park will be closed while it assesses the damage and begin repairs to statues and other park resources but another group of demonstrators or at least some of the same demonstrators and some new ones as well making a new group park in another part of DC to protest a statue that's been in the city for a long time let's go there tonight WTOP's Ken Duffy yes Dimitri were in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Lincoln Park and protesters here assembled to protest the Lincoln statue you're the official name is the emancipation memorial and the problem here is you may think well Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation but they have a problem with the visuals here with this statue one it is a white man standing over a black man it's Abraham Lincoln standing over a freed slave on the other is the optics as far as Abraham Lincoln holding what appears to be the Emancipation Proclamation in his right hand and holding his left hand over the slave as the slave is Dick kneeling on one knee below him so they have said that they're going to come back to ME tree this Thursday at seven to take down this statue no DC congresswoman Eleanor Norton has introduced legislation to do this but as we know Dimitri when it comes the statues lightly patience runs very thing with the protesters back to you interesting that they would telegraph exactly what time they're coming back in effort to tear it down shortly police have something to say about that well truth be told we came down here with the possibility that that might happen in DC police and park police were expecting that as well we saw about thirty or so officers they're still here I in the background as people are still milling about as this demonstration came to someone and your but yeah that's the the the the group leader made the announcement to the crowd as they were symbol that they did not want to do it tonight but they're going to try to do it in
Arctic records its hottest temperature ever
"But it was over a hundred degrees in Siberia this weekend yes Siberia that's likely a record if the number is verified it is the hottest temperature ever recorded above the Arctic Circle the triple digits were measured in a small town three thousand miles east of Moscow Siberia's been hotter than usual since December a pattern that Georgetown University scientist Dimitri stir that ski has been paying close attention to what is more important for me is that in fact it was warmer in January it was warm inside where it was warm in March one in April if you look at an average temperature map of the arctic right now Siberia's stands out in blazing red stir Leschi says record breaking heat in the region could threaten infrastructure and fragile arctic ecosystems events like that's a very short term and run around and say kind now allow us to become a
President Trump Sides With Churches Asserting A Right To Reopen
"Afternoon president trump is demanding that the nation's governors re open houses of worship he considers them essential the governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now for this weekend trump says if the governors do not re open houses of worship he will over ride down the Washington post's Bob Costa moderator of Washington week talked about this earlier with WTOP's with Dimitri's Otis had a Memorial Day weekend this is part of the president's push to re open the nation despite what his critics say in the states that he's moving too fast in some areas he believes the economy is central to his own reelection campaign and he's eager to see the country re open and this is partly a plate of his political base evangelical conservative voters who have expressed to the White House and others their desire to head back to church in places of worship the people you check in with you they say that the president can somehow override the governor's though it's going to be a complicated constitutional question a legal question governors have wide power over their own state about what's allowed to reopen if the governor had to stay at home order which includes blocking congregations are gatherings at places of worship in churches it's hard to see how the president even as the commander in chief could override that governor but it's going to be something that could be mired in the courts so give me for a slightly longer wind up here before you take the pitch we had the study in the lancet it shows hydroxy chloride Quinn doesn't help covert nineteen patients we know the president just finished a regiment of that drug and zinc there was Columbia University reporting social distancing even one or two weeks before we started doing it would have saved tens of thousands of lives the president pointed to what he considers the school's liberal bent even saying it was a political hit
Los Angeles explosion: 11 firefighters hurt as 'hash oil factory' burns
"An investigation is under way into a massive explosion and fire late yesterday that sent nearly a dozen Los Angeles firefighters to the hospital KCBS this Peter finch says that happened at a downtown building that produces a cannabis extract forty five years of being a journalist here in Los Angeles I've never seen that many LA city firefighters injured in one incident ever radio dot com reporter Pete Demetriou with K. on acts in the Los Angeles says the safety officer knew something was wrong and yelled at firefighters to get out seconds before the explosion occurred there outer coats caught fire helmets melted none of the firefighters were killed though Dimitri says it was touch and go for a few of the eleven who were injured two of them are still on ventilators additionally they came in a critical condition they were put on ventilators as a precaution because there were some incipient damage to their ways and their long for super heated air four others are in the burn care intensive unit right now suffering from first to third degree burns extremities hands back of their necks backs here's things of
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov has been hospitalized for coronavirus
"So that Vladimir Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has tested positive for the coronavirus that's right he's confirm that the and he has said that he is being treated in hospital of course the prime minister here in Russia and a couple of other government ministers are also they have also tested positive for corona virus Dimitri Peskov said he hadn't seen that president Putin up physically in person for over a month I'm certainly not Mr Putin himself has essentially been working from home in his residence enough I got over people heckling at the bunker he hasn't come out of his funk of for some time and it appears he hasn't been in touch with his spokesman either for
"dimitri" Discussed on WTOP
"It Dimitri at the start of the operate domestic airlines were really quick to waive some penalty fees for those who want to play it safe and cancel their tickets and recently many carriers extended their grace periods and while checkbook and other consumer advocates give the industry credit for waving those change fees at extending the expiration windows they remain disappointed with policies and make it difficult or impossible for ticket holders to get refunds even when the airlines themselves cancel flights now in April just a few weeks ago the U. S. department of transportation responded to growing consumer complaints about this and the agency said the airline's enforcement notice reminding them that they are required to provide a refund for a flight is cancelled or when they make a significant schedule change and the passenger chooses not to accept the alternative is not something you do as a courtesy they are required to do this by regulation so when the airline cancels your flight or makes a significant schedule change what does it have to do for you well pretty O. T. regulations the airline is required to refund all the money for the airline ticket and any ancillary fees such as money you paid to get an upgraded cedar check an extra bag in cash and I should point out the DOT's order applies to both domestic and foreign airlines with service with the end to or from the U. S. now what if you decided to cancel your ticket and the plane is still flying in that case if you cancel the ticket the most you can expect is a credit if you cancel a nonrefundable ticket and the flight has not been cancelled you're gonna get hit with the steep cancellation fee if the your light is a wave them for your flight by the way keep in mind southwest never charges a change fee so if you have a ticket for a future flight and would rather not travel the smart move is to wait until the last minute to see if the airline cancels if it does and you can get a full refund as Charlie Lee okay president of travelers United a consumer group based in Washington DC told me quote if you wait and the airline cancels it's good for you if you cancel you're going to lose what if you made your travel plans with the travel agent which we should mention some people still do especially for overseas travel I sure do want to that case of bush you did that there's going to be a problem unfortunately people who used to travel agent or travel website to book a trip or finding it really difficult some cases Dimitri impossible to get a refund for unused airline ticket travelers United just posted a list of eighteen international carriers including Emirates Lufthansa group and Scandinavian airlines that are refusing to allow travel agents to request a refund for a refundable ticket they purchase for their clients the ticket holders have to contact the carrier directly and people who book travel packages are also finding it difficult or impossible to get a refund for trip they want to cancel because of the pandemic they just don't want to travel right now Consumer Reports is hearing from people who are calling Expedia for instance and be told to call the airline when they call the airline the airline says you need to contact Expedia.
Maya De Vitry's "How to Break a Fall" Track by Track
"Hello and welcome to folk where we have honest conversations with folk musicians. It's Cindy House Here we are is a great to be here. Thanks for listening I am pumped about our guest today. Mike vitry she has a new record out and she's going to do a track by track for us Which we will get to very very soon. I will tell you a little bit about my victory. If you do not know she used to be in a band called the stray birds and she is not in that band anymore. The band originally from Lancaster Pennsylvania. Maya lives in Nashville these days and she has quietly released one of the best records of the year back in. March the album. How to break a fall on the podcast today? She goes through the album track by track with us. The record ranges in sound from Gazi beauties too sick grooves to jagged rock. Bangers there are a lot of themes on this record. Like celebrating women and reclaiming your own self and your body. It fully acknowledges past Traumas in Unique Metaphors for instance. There's a song called baking bread for the circus. It's about survival in an abusive situation. The circus being like the show where there is darkness behind the stage and the bread is whatever you need to do to survive the circus. Maya breaks down this and all of the tracks in insightful and entertaining conversation. She was one of my favorite people and musicians. Everything she creates and says totally blows me away. And I'm so glad to get her back on the podcast and if you haven't listened to Maya's first appearance on basic folk. Make sure you go back. She's on episode eleven. I've linked it on my website Just want you to be as obsessed with my individually as I am. Listen on and I guarantee you'll be all about this amazing person. We get a track by track by Maya Dimitri on Basic Bob. It's so funny. 'cause like doing like social distancing. I feel like really sick of myself and like not amused with myself. So like digging into your record and hearing about all the themes was made me feel like maybe. I'm just being just a little judgmental on myself but I'm happy to I'm happy to like dig deep into your album. It's really it's really good. Thanks so the record is called how to break a fall. It was released on March thirteenth. And so there are a lot of themes. On this record celebrating women women reclaiming their own selves and their own body so before we dig deep into like what each song his is about. I was wondering if you could talk about like what your feelings on being a woman are like. And maybe how has your relationship with your gender changed like if it changed at all after this album? I think the album was my way to process on things and so yeah I think it is different now. I think it was a lot of the album is like a self examination and excavation and you know holding myself accountable to have deeper self belief and kind of letting go of a lot of these paradigms and belief systems and things that were really internalized and really ingrained in me not necessarily from any specific person in my life but just over time like our culture and media and then different relationships and I think a lot of a lot of it is as a as a woman like holding yourself accountable as a woman and to know that a lot of a lot of our strength comes from reorganizing our interior and knowing knowing that that is that work is up to us. And it's very private and it's very it can be shared and it can be a collective kind of thing but instead of like instead of leading with like some kind of outward anger or rage I think my process has been yet to just reorganize kind of from the inside out and and that's a personal journey but I think it's. It's also in this record in on these songs. It's something that I was exploring like from other perspectives to and other other stories of women in that process and Like a lot of female artists in that process. And what that. Just look what that kind of thing feels like to live through a. Can you talk about the different perspectives? You're taking into account. Yeah so one of the perspectives. One of the The people who I don't personally but this author sue monk Kidd really influenced this record. She wrote a book called the dance of the dissident daughter and this book is about her journey. She was For a long time she was like a writer in basically just An a Christian tradition and she had this epiphany and the middle of her life in the middle of her career about the fact that she didn't have any any feminine divine presence to Lean On. It wasn't like any and so even if even if Basically she was she was realizing that there is something deep within her kind of embedded from the Christian tradition to lean on and look for approval from the cultural father. Whatever that is and whether that's like a a you know a man or whether it's just Some kind of male dominated culture or space. That women are not in Lake not even not invited or welcome but just like not present because of the because it may be as space that hasn't traditionally been open to women and so so that I was I was reading that and I was processing a lot of my own and kind of unpacking a lot of my own experiences in pleasing the cultural father and what that meant for me and whether it was people I had worked with in the music business so far people I had played music with And then people like even not as close to me but you know some random guy and and feeling that I needed to have some kind of approval or some kind of you know that I needed to be okay by that person and that was this conscious thing that had been running through me for. I don't know how but it was. It was really unsettling and and when I started to read her book and it was like you know it's like if you find a book that is like kind of you could use it as a map for your own thing. At that time it's very it can be really unsettling and so that's one person in in
"dimitri" Discussed on WTOP
"T. O. P. dot com here is Dimitri Sirota regions to governors are reacting to the consequences of coronavirus first Virginia where governor Ralph Northam wants to release some jail inmates he's also launched a task force to examine coronavirus at nursing homes team coverage starts with WTOP's Michelle Basch Northam wants to give the department of corrections the authority to grant early release to people with one year or less left on their sentences they must have demonstrated good behavior and not be a threat to public safety the general assembly would have to approve that when it reconvenes April twenty second the governor has also formed a task force to help nursing homes and long term care centers better prevent and fight to the virus it will also track the number of cases and deaths at those locations Michelle Basch WTOP news DC mayor Muriel Bowser has been under pressure to free more inmates from the DC jail because of covert nineteen in the spread there the mayor now says the twenty inmates are eligible to get out right away others about thirty eight in all are eligible for early release and she's working to all but empty that facility earlier this week almost thirty inmates at the DC jail tested positive DC delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is pressing the federal bureau of prisons to ensure the DC still has a halfway house this follows news that hope village which handles former inmates returning to DC from federal prisons would not renew its contract with the bureau of villages the nation's largest federally contracted men's halfway house in a letter to the bureau of prisons Holmes Norton says it's essential that those leaving prison be near family and necessary services and be able to get driver's licenses and a job to help them prepare for re entry to society the delegate also says as many residents as possible should be released to home confinement during the crisis and to Maryland covert nineteen is dealing a devastating financial blow to the state governor Larry Hogan responded with a budget freeze your WTOP's Kate Ryan assuming that Maryland stay at home order is in place until June thirtieth the state can continue to expect to be slammed by the economic impact we're estimating two point eight billion dollars lost in just general fund revenue anti shuffle with the Maryland board of revenue estimates delivered the news and that prompted governor Larry Hogan to announce a spending freeze across all state agencies the exceptions are coded nineteen related expenses and payroll necessary to support our employees Hogan also announced a hiring freeze and in the meantime the labor department announced it's beefing up staff and starting next week call takers will be working Saturdays as well more than seventy three million dollars in unemployment claims have already been processed according to Maryland labor officials Kate Ryan WTOP news was jobless rate spiking more people are turning to local food pantries for help now those pantries Raskin for your help to at area food pantries big and small the situation is the same we've given out over a hundred and fifty thousand pounds of food in the first two weeks alone that Susan Thomas executive director of the Anne Arundel county food bank it comes as these same groups say donations are down substantially since groceries doors don't have inventory to donate like they normally do just in fact last week we've purchased forty five truckloads of food to be able to meet this growing demand Rodham a fire the C. E. O. the capital area food bank says that's because pantries they help stock say police for help or up between thirty to three hundred percent that's the entire number of truckloads that we would have purchased over the course of the last year John Dorman WTOP news it's a confusing time for sure and some people are panicking and doing some unusual things like ordering from websites they don't really recognize and not taking good care of their packages when they arrive at home we'll talk about all of that with security nerd stay with us he does.
"dimitri" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Cart Dimitri said a walk through the store showed a lot of empty shelf space hygiene supplies bath tissues toilet paper water all of that is shelves are empty please what about things like you know dried foods soups things like that noticeable shortage no rice very little canned goods except maybe sooner but a thing such as rice possibly microwaveable meals those type of things are in shortage he called it panic buying no other way around it and he said the only thing that might stop it is when people's perception of the risks change or at least become a little more realistic reporting live in the mid Wilshire area I'm Peter material can extend seventy newsradio additional steps being taken at the city and county level of LA LA mayor Eric Garcetti has ordered a ban on all events or conferences on city owned property expected to draw fifty or more people end the temporary closure of the city hall complex to visitors these are common sense measures to make sure that this critical period we do everything that we can in LA county next week's board of supervisors meeting has been canceled with officials looking at rescheduling county events county superintendent of schools Dr Deborah demarco says there have been no cases of corona virus in any of their eighty school districts we are looking at each school and monitoring situations very closely we will issue exclusion orders as needed and determine what action should be taken I should a school clothes and at what point they would be able to re open she says the prevention of spread is a priority with health screenings being done for staff students and visitors on all campuses they've also cancelled or plan to cancel all large gatherings in downtown LA Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news radio in our America's hospitals prepared to handle an outbreak of coronavirus patients experts say no as more people get sick from the corona virus there are those who believe that America's biggest vulnerability during this pandemic could be our hospitals many of them are running very close to capacity at all times especially during flu season and so there just isn't that much gear Dr Aaron Carroll of the Indiana University School of medicine it's not that so many people or how many people might get sick over a year with this virus it's that it's a ton of people get sick very quickly and increases are very quickly we were very rapidly overwhelmed what we are able to deal with that so we're seeing in Italy right now put simply Dr Carol says the biggest concern for most doctors and hospitals is that the U. S. will see too many cases too fast Chris Eden's can extend seventy newsradio another check of the message arrives out there coming up at five fifteen and there are three sick alerts to on the one eighteen it's all coming up in less than four minutes it's five eleven delivery you loading up.
Coronavirus Update: New York Confirmed Cases Up To 44, Debate over how long virus can live on surfaces
"Wins city officials are raising new concerns about corona virus even as the name of the number of cases continues to rise local health experts are skeptical of the World Health Organization frame of how long the virus can live and given surface while giving an update on the spread of coronavirus in New York City department of health official took issue with how long the World Health Organization said cope with nineteen can live on a surface asked how long scientists here think the virus remains viable on a surface Dr Dimitri desk a lock is said on the order of minutes pressed further he said ten minutes would be a long time there's studies that are done in laboratories that does actually look like real life conditions so we think like other coronaviruses in cold viruses this one also has helped a lot of fun on services and short the World Health Organization says corona viruses can live on surfaces for hours and sometimes days under the right
Washington D.C.: Man Accused of Trying to Blow Up Car in Pentagon Parking Lot
"Lot nineteen year old Matthew Dimitri Richardson of Fayetteville Arkansas is being charged with maliciously attempting to damage and destroy by means of fire as well as other offenses after he was found at the Pentagon north parking lot trying to light a piece of fabric inserted into a gas tank Richardson was confronted by Pentagon police officer on patrol yesterday morning telling the officer who was going to blow up the vehicle and himself Richards and then ran and was later found at Arlington National Cemetery barber brit WMAL in W. one A.
"dimitri" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com here is Dimitri so more suspects now under arrest in this week's shooting death of a seventeen year old in his driveway in Charles county WTOP's Mike Barolo with the very latest from county District Court has seventeen year old Dale Freeman the first person arrested in the killing of seventeen year old Bradley brown was being told by a judge that he would be held without bond on first degree murder charges the Charles county sheriff's office announced the arrest of nineteen year old Mikhail Kali he according to court documents admitted that he was involved in what happened he also said that he and the other teams went to brown's Bryans road home to rob them of ten THC vape cartridges worth three hundred dollars that he was selling the arrest didn't stop with how we as a sixteen year old kid Sean Velasco was also charged in the killing he's being charged as an adult at Charles county District Court Mike Morello WTOP news also new tonight Arlington county police say a former soldier was found just outside joint base Myer Henderson hall with a stockpile of stolen weapons and ammunition in his car our news partner NBC four reports twenty one year old Curtis wells is charged with receiving or buying stolen goods a felony the Fairfax county man is a former member of the old guard one of the army's most prestigious infantry units wells was discharged from the army last year according to court documents earlier this month he was seen just outside joint base Myer Henderson hall where he used to be stationed talking on the phone and gesturing toward the base Arlington county police searched his car and found an A. R. fifteen with five loaded thirty round magazines a nine millimeter Glock pistol a smoke grenade and other items the army says the weapons were reported stolen not long before wells was discharged Michelle Basch WTOP newsradio six how should guns be stored it's a question lawmakers are currently debating in Annapolis the mother of a Maryland school shooting victim weighs in Melissa Willey sat before a Senate panel in Annapolis and told lawmakers her sixteen year old daughter Jaylen was asked to go to the great mills high school prom in March of twenty eighteen she didn't get to go she was murdered at great mills high school the shooter was a seventeen year old and he had access to a guy and he should have had been able to really who lives in St Mary's county was testifying in favor of a bill that would require firearms be secured in the home even if they are unloaded senator Justin reading whose district includes Carroll County expressed concerns especially for people who live in rural areas oftentimes people keep a gun handy is not the same is leaving like a loaded handgun around for kids to play with Kate Ryan WTOP news of former daycare worker is now accused of duct taping a child's legs twenty five year old Cynthia Escobar Gomez was arrested last night and charged with assault and battery police say the starling woman restrained the child's legs last month during a class four four and five year olds had open arms child development center in Ashburn the child was reportedly not physically hurt during the incident Escobar Gomez is accused of assault and battery and at last report she was held without bond we've got the latest on the corona virus outbreak including whether there are still fears that we could have a lot of cases here in the U. S. we'll talk to the editor in chief of health affairs coming up for you on WTOP now a does have bills.
WPI professor develops 3D model of coronavirus
"With growing concerns about the corona virus a local university is taking action a professor and some of the students at Worcester polytechnic institute have been successful in creating a road map of sorts of the deadly new virus here's WBZ's can Tunnicliffe the day the federal government release the viral genome for the corona virus was the day W. P. eyes associate professor of computer science Dimitri core can started working on creating a three D. model of the virus with his graduate students I got my group I said let's work on it professor corking compared the new disease with the older and similar sars and murders viruses and is figuring out how to tell which populations are at the most risk for contracting the disease that in turn could help predict where the virus will turn up next is population will be more resistant and populations will be one that the both will probably get find the natural areas where the virus like what you are and be a nurse can time the class WBZ Boston's newsradio
Boston: WPI professor develops 3D model of coronavirus
"With the growing concerns about coronavirus a local university is taking some action a professor and some of his students at Worcester polytechnic institute have been successful in creating a roadmap of sorts of the deadly new coronavirus that day the federal government released the viral genome for the corona virus was the day W. P. eyes associate professor of computer science Dimitri core can started working on creating a three D. model of the virus with his graduate students I guess my group I that let's work on their professor corking compared the new disease with the older and similar sars and murders viruses and is figuring out how to tell which populations are at the most risk for contracting the disease that in turn could help predict where the virus will turn up next its population will be more resistant and populations will be one that the both will probably get find the natural areas where the I was like you thought your and be Americans on the cliffs WBZ Boston's
"dimitri" Discussed on WTOP
"Dimitri sodas we have met small at the editor's desk coming up the Senate rejects calling witnesses in the impeachment trial the Senate turned away from true thank Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller the U. S. declares a public health emergency over coronavirus that means Americans coming back from China will be screened and maybe quarantine Wall Street has a two percent loss over coronavirus what parents can learn from the high profile pack of a home security camera turned into a baby monitor and they can clarity seven thirty one developing tonight the Senate has voted down a motion to call witnesses and president trump's impeachment trial as things now start to wind down there is a new timeline for when the vote on the articles of impeachment will take place let's take you live to Capitol Hill in W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer had pushed hard for witnesses in the trial he had this reaction right after the vote it's a grand tragedy one of the worst tragedies that the Senate has ever overcome America will remember this day unfortunately with the Senate did not live up to its responsibilities where the Senate turned away from truth and went along with a sham trial during the debate on the Democrats motion the president's attorney Jay secular told senators they were being asked by house managers to do something they shouldn't have to do they're supposed to investigate you are to deliberate but what they're asking you to do is not become the investigative agency the motion was rejected on a fifty one forty nine vote with two Republicans joining Democrats senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins the vote the most critical of the president's trial now insurers it will wind down soon okay so Mitch what's going to happen next and over the next couple of days well Kyle right now senators are about to vote on the second of four amendments that are being offered up by Democrats tonight they rejected one earlier to subpoena several current and former White House officials this one specifically is to subpoena former national security adviser John Bolton then the Senate will adjourn until Monday when closing arguments in the trial will take place and then from that point through Wednesday senators will have a chance to speak on the floor to explain their votes on the president's impeachment a final vote on the two articles of impeachment when the president is expected to be acquitted is now scheduled to take place on Wednesday a day after the state of union address us WTO please Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller live in as long as that send trial goes on tonight at any time it's on you can watch live at WTOP dot com there was a candlelight vigil in DC tonight to celebrate the life of NBA star Kobe Bryant who died Sunday in a helicopter crash about one hundred people gathered at the African American civil war memorial in north west some wearing Brian jerseys and Lakers purple and gold WTLV is Michelle bash was there and talk to two friends Frank and the mod you've got to let a gear on yeah yeah.
"dimitri" Discussed on WTOP
"Dimitri sodas with Matt small at the editor's desk coming up tonight president trump's defense argues the articles of impeachment can't force him out of office on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell mill and John Bolton was reportedly concerned president trump did favors for autocratic leaders Bolton is writing that in his new book investigators comb the hillsides west of LA's searching for clues in the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven other people it's ten thirty one president trump's impeachment trial is over for the night a high profile attorney this evening made a legal argument against the president's conviction on articles of impeachment the defense comes amid intensifying battle over whether former national security adviser John Bolton will be called as a witness W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz argues that for a president to be impeached the law must have been broken and that the two articles president trump is charged with are overly broad the framers of our constitution implicitly rejected and if it had been presented to them would have explicitly rejected such vague terms as abuse of power and obstruction of Congress Senate Democrats meanwhile are pushing hard for John Bolton to testify after excerpts of his upcoming book were published in The New York Times golden state's that president trump withheld aid to Ukraine because he wanted that country to investigate the bidens Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer we have a witness with first hand evidence of the president's actions for which he is on trial he is ready and willing to testify how can Senate Republicans not vote to call that witness while many Republicans say Bolton doesn't change anything some say his account may make GOP lawmakers more likely to accept witnesses in a vote later this week on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news also new tonight Bolton privately told Attorney General bill Barr last year that he had concerns the president trump was effectively granting personal favors to the autocratic leaders of Turkey and China that is according to an unpublished manuscript by Bolton that the times got a hold off bar responded by pointing to a pair of justice department investigations of companies in those countries and said he was worried the president trump and created the appearance that he had undue influence over what would typically be independent enquiries ten thirty three here on WTOP CBS news update actual transportation safety board has joined the investigation into Sunday's helicopter crash that killed at LA Lakers great Kobe Bryant is thirteen year old daughter and seven other people recovery of the victims continues so far three bodies have been removed share of Alex Villanueva has moved to protect the crash site from paparazzi and curious citizens status a perimeter and now we have it on horseback ATV and we're going to maintain that presents twenty four seven until the entire area is done Brian's death is generated a massive show of support from the community CBS's Dana Jacobson all the fans have flocked to this plaza across from staples center all day long to mourn together they also reduce the news the NBA has postponed tomorrow night's game between the Lakers and clippers what would have been the first since the accident for his former team and news from the basketball hall of fame Kobe Bryant will be inducted this year postion right was a five time NBA champion and two time MVP CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon the latest on tracking the corona virus locally are there any cases or.
Chicago Weather: Wintry Mix On The Way
"The news is next but first the WGN forecast here's meteorologist Dimitri's ivory tonight's low temperatures gonna fall down about thirty degrees we'll see snow pulling into the city after midnight about an inch expected then tomorrow we'll have one of three inches of additional snow coming our way high temperatures reach the mid thirties snow mixes with rain at times during the day on Friday Friday high temperature in the mid thirties Saturday what that wintry mix early in the day then we begin to dry out high temperatures climb into the mid thirties once again Sonny what to nearly forty degrees what mix of sun and clouds there and then into Monday we'll see a high just south of forty upper thirties or in the afternoon with again clouds and sun on WGN meter just to be trys
"dimitri" Discussed on Amanpour
"And in the meantime they also strategically embracing embracing China. America's other major strategic rival. So Dimitri can you translate for US deconstruct for us. What President Putin route just done at home in terms of paving the way for this big constitutional change towards parliament and away from the presidency? And he's the president what ladies He. What is he actually doing? Well when he has done what he has done in his address to the federal assembly. I was in Washington so so I don't come in you particularly inside from private conversations and most goal but what I can tell you that from informed Russian observers to whom I talked talked by phone or visit in Greece in Washington including last week. I hear that this was quite significant. That they're looking for formula. Went in Portugal would be able to maintain power or at least considerable influence of his presidential term in two thousand twenty four at the minimum q wants probably two straight that he's not a lame duck in he's still number one and remained number one is the details are still be incorrect out but I think that what we should expect that there would be continuation of the Putin era will after twenty twenty four. If of course else cults and she seems to be good girls if sculpture would allow so let us just play a sound by when he described why he was doing. This we're just play this sound bite from President Putin last week go national. She's I know that's a constitutional provision is being discussed in our society that the same person should not be president the more than two consecutive terms. I don't think this is a fundamental issue. I agree with that. It's somewhat mixed messenger. NJIT DMITRI and indeed Evelyn because he's also said that people you know somebody's shouldn't be in power for forever and ever you said it would be very worrying to return to the situation we had in the mid one thousand nine hundred ninety s when state need is stayed in power one by one until the end of their days and left office without ensuring the necessary conditions for a transition of power. So thanks but I think it would be better not to return to that situation and yet it looks Evelyn from here as returning to that situation but just using different public public offices to hold onto that power. Yeah what I predict. Is He'll end up behind the scenes holding onto power so the the the person that he put into to the prime appointed or said we'll be the next prime minister. He's a tax guy. He's a technocrat. He's not a threat he's fifty three years old and doesn't seem to have major ambitions and so he's. He's not considered a threat to Vladimir Putin. And I think what Putin we'll probably do if you can find someone else to be president who will be as obedient As Medvedev was he'll put that person in place and then behind the scenes he can control. Levers we see it in Republic of Georgia actually the oligarchy their bids Eva Zena. Yvonne is really. He's he's still the power behind his party. So it's doable in this kind of system where you don't have a full fledged alleged civil society full-fledged democracy I hate to criticize Georgia in the same breath but because they're trying very hard unlike in in Russia but there is a mechanism for Putin to hold on behind the scenes. So he doesn't look like Brad Chef Brezhnev's you know lean in Russia the old Soviet leader getting wrinkled in the public eye and dying. And then somebody else so Dmitri final question to you because people are looking at all these popular protests that are going on around the world from Iran and around the Middle East to wherever Hong Kong and everywhere and even some of them that turn out on the streets of Moscow. What impact do you think? The young people might ever have in Moscow or in Russia. Because there's been a huge amount of attention on how so many young people I mean. Forty percent forty million Russians born and raised in the age of of Putin two-thirds of Russian schoolchildren's say they have no interest in politics. On what sort of. I don't know social movements. It's can you imagine that could ever challenge Putin well obviously depends upon social conditions in Russia in the major part of his speech. The Federal Assembly was what she's going to do to provide different benefits to the people all people young people Mazdas the CETERA I do think that Putin is still popular but the level of popularity does not remains the same and they think that one reason he proceeded to resist changes right now that he's concerned about forthcoming relation relations too reluctant to the parliament. In that you may not have a full control over the next State Duma and he needs this full control to make changes in the constitution which would show his influence so so I think that Putin is clearly awarded but there is no yet crisis that would be a looming right now really interesting Dimitri Simes Evident Farkas. Thank you both very much.
New Senate Rules Released For Impeachment Trial
"Breaking news tonight new Senate rules of just been released for the effective start of president trump's impeachment trial we'll take you live now to W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill and Mitch how with these new guidelines affect the trial Dimitri these are rules proposed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the indicate he wants a fairly quick start to the trial which begins in earnest tomorrow the call for opening arguments to begin on Wednesday and each side house Democrats and the White House would get up to twenty four hours to present their respective cases they have to do this over two days now since the trial is to start each day at one PM that could potentially take them up to one in the morning each day but they don't have to take all of these twenty four hours so we'll see how that plays out also this resolution must still be approved tomorrow by the Senate and it's already getting an angry reaction from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer who wants a vote on witnesses tomorrow at Mitch this follows the filing of a new breed from the White House that signals the legal strategy of the president's team can you tell us about that that's right Hillary the White House filed a one hundred and ten page brief that argues president trump did absolutely nothing wrong with his regard his dealings with Ukraine it also accuses Democrats of carrying out a rigged impeachment process and perhaps most significantly argues that the articles of impeachment against the president abuse of power and obstruction of Congress are not legally valid because there's no underlying lawbreaking Democrats have been quick to criticize those arguments and point to a recent government accountability office report that found the administration did break the law in its withholding of aid to Ukraine house Democrats also filed their own brief ahead of tomorrow's proceedings which will return with a bang as the trial gets back under way Mitch the resolution says the question of witnesses would be decided after senators have sixteen hours to question the two parties so it is it going to be kind of you know hours and hours of opening statements and arguments and then finally we learn about witnesses yes exactly this would play out the way that Mitch McConnell wanted to play out which is basically the roadmap of former president bill Clinton's impeachment he wants these opening arguments to take place then what happens is that senators actually have sixteen hours to present written questions now again it doesn't have to be that total sixteen hours but that's the limit then after all of that is done then there will be probably a very highly contentious discussion debate and vote on whether or not witnesses will actually be allowed in the trial and that will really determine how long this trial last whether it will go many many weeks or perhaps be wrapped up in two or three weeks all righty thanks so much Mitchell that's W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller today on the hill were guard lists of when there are witnesses if they're a witness is president trump will not be watching from a TV inside the White House or in the Senate chamber he will be thousands of miles away at the Davos economic forum in the Swiss Alps he said to land tomorrow in Davos where he will speak before a group of executives financiers and foreign
With win over Browns, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have nothing left to prove in 2019
"But because it's been an historic season for the Baltimore Ravens let's start there best record in the NFL now with evil eleven consecutive wins there is a little bit of a concern about an injury suffered on Sunday but man it's so much fun to watch potentially the NFL MVP operate even when it's a slow start and it was it was a slug best against Cleveland in the first half but eventually Lamar Jackson of the ravens they find themes all the Cleveland thirty nine just to sell checks in with pressure coming Jack to party down the seat he's got answers so six other rivers around the board Jackson out of the shot gun wants to throw blood pressure coming Jackson hit lots of the ads all so through action Jackson there's room at the ravens converse in the final minute of the opening half the Baltimore Ravens had nada nothing on the scoreboard in the first tab until a minute eighteen left to go they got stopped on fourth down there was the Lamar Jackson fumble that led to the Cleveland Browns scoring with a Dimitri's Heris touchdown reception there were multiple penalties in the Baltimore defense that kept Cleveland drives alive but as time is running out in that first half Lamar complete the bear deep passes first marking room and then to mark a Andrews those are his two favorite guys the marks for a touchdown would you here with Jerry Sandusky on the ravens radio network and then the brown so quickly go three and out but the rate would get the ball right back and they had that quick strike ability for their second touchdown the second for more dangers and so the raven score a pair of touchdowns in just over a minute and the entire game gets what Donna Ted and feel differently heading into the locker room the Cleveland Browns that had to be devastating to give up a pair of touchdowns like that the first one okay you're still trailing by just a point and that was because the Browns miss their extra point what do you go three and out not keep the ball away from Lamar Jack for the ravens give it right back you were feeding into what the ravens want to do then Baltimore starts the second half with a seven and a half minute drive this is their element this is what the ravens want to do that ball control that wears down your defense so they go thirteen plays and then mark Ingram scores right before you get injured so we did have a touchdown before he left with a calf injury the ravens are up twenty one six even without Ingram their next drive covers nearly seven minutes no it's only a field goal but those seven minute you're keeping the ball away from Cleveland Browns single possession of the third quarter that's it they had the ball for one possession for minutes that's it it's a really hard core when you don't have the football and so the ravens nearly double up the Browns in terms of yardage that dominated time of possession Lamar Jackson has three more touchdown passes he now is thirty six on the season which is a new single season franchise record for ravens quarterback he also log another one hundred three yards rushing and for the first time in franchise history the ravens are the one seed in the AFC and will have home field advantage throughout the
Putin talks impeachment at annual press conference
"Every year Russian President Vladimir Putin holds an end of the year marathon press conference. Cook this new shows not not the viewer Putin talked about the. US impeachment trial. He said President Trump was targeted for made up reasons reported. Charles Maine's has been following the press conference in Moscow. Russia has his point of view that seems to often be in line with Fox News with the trump White House and once again we heard Putin say he thinks this is basically it invented scenario by the Democrats to take trump out he was actually asked a Russia. Pundit who's an American citizens Dimitri Simes about how we saw U S Russian relations in the post trump era. He said look. I'm not so sure that trump's presidency is coming to an end. You noted that the impeachment bill still needs to go through the Senate where of course Donald Trump has awesome much more support from Republicans. But he went on to say the things that these are completely fabricated charges against trump. Charles what is the premise of this annual event. Anyway well well it happens every December. It's kind of a year closer to assess What what success? The Russian government had what to failures as they were it's also an event where Hooton is essentially essentially cast is the father of the nation he has had. He was over eighteen hundred journalists. This time in a row in a room coralling essentially to get questions put to him. Of course not everyone it could but the session did go over four hours spell. It's been kind of test. Also of I suppose Putin's endurance and it's everything from small regional issues of thence of national concern as well as geopolitics. Charles are the questions that Putin gets are they vetted or there any surprises or critical questions. Slip through it's funny. You ask I think the sense is that it is pretty free format on this occasion. There may be a few planet questions but of course there are two moments where western journalists for example. Get to ask a question. There was a tough one for example from the BBC asking about Putin's daughters which has been a taboo subject to Putin kind of didn't quite answer. You don't really get a follow up question and that's part of the issue so he can control the format but but you had several questions that were tough regarding issues that have been sticking points between Russian the West Also some questions Russian journalists talking about tough issues involving healthcare problems with things like that but on the other hand you also have a moment when a Bulgarian journalist suddenly regards Unorthodox doc prayer to Putin and everyone applauds so somehow there's a lot of applause. Come from the journalists themselves in the hallway which suggested that had exactly independent players. I was surprised to hear that Putin raised global warming. He in fact he made really strong comments about how the Russian Arctic is being affected by climate change. What did he say? Well you know again. His He's given different signals on this today. He was asked about climate change and he said look. You know we have He somewhere between I guess you would call it a Republican position in the US the Democrats he says. Look some of these patterns. We don't know why it's happening so it sounds a little bit like it. Climate denial climate science denier And then they'll sunny said but look we also recognize that this affects the Arctic more More than other areas and so and which is true and he noted the fact that Russia has more cities up in the Arctic than most countries in the world in fact has the most so He looked at he pointed out the fact that have cities built on permafrost here in Russia. And we if the permafrost to melt love to structures of these cities would be affected. He's just. This is something that Russia was planning to tackle. He noted they were part of the Paris. Climate talks and had signed the Paris climate accords. But the same time he seems to suggest just that it may be other factors at play here but Russia will do its part now of course another big issue is how long Putin will remain in power. He's been in power and Russia for twenty years as president or Prime Minister his current and final term ends in five years. But there's so much speculation he'll find a way to actually remain in power. How did he deal with that? The topic today. We'll kind of that's it was interesting. It came up in a question that wasn't directly related to that he was talking about constitutional reforms involving the lawmakers with the Duma Ma and then he just noted some in the came up relative the presidency as well of course lew illusionist email console. Look if you're doing so that's Putin saying that one thing that could be changed about. These presidential terms is removing the clause about successive terms arms. In other words that you could take away this successive two-term limit which opens the way for Putin to stay in power. So of course that garnered a lot of headlines. Here I bet Charles Means in Moscow with the highlights of Russian President Vladimir Putin's hours long question and answer session today. Thanks a lot Charles
"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"With us. I'M GONNA say his ex after I do. You GotTa kill me with just to see if it works. Grew still good material. I'll make one acts in my life and that is it. You haven't even taken the best turn in this sense. I've got a double headed carbon steel battle-axe homemade by a gentleman who has since passed. That's why I call it my baby. Yes yes that. That can't be why he saw. Why a old grizzled weapon maker? Who's died that he now calls? My baby went to weapons maker does he. He's so baby is born you. Also he left out what he wanted. So I'm kind of like the bride and killed bill. He made one last acts for me. No you're not you're alarmed no wasting no time back to the king and the door being kicked in on the second or third wasting wasting no time. Ben went into action quote. The door flew open. I was already up out of my chair to attack him. He has been waiting for this day. Eh this is it so life his whole life or at least since she left and I don't mean the roommate wherever she she she is in his life ball said he had reason to believe. The suspect had a firearm. Will you better say that. If you're going at the the two immediately started grappling that's gotta be balls word or it could be was it. What was his name? diener beater the to immediately L. E. started grappling in the impart -ment beater is like the level of castle. Wolfenstein that like when you get into the final room. You're you're with Hitler in that room. I don't know that part of the program. What was his name Barton dealers okay? We were close wasting no time Bedouin into action. He said he thought he had a gun. The two immediately started grappling in the apartment destroying the place. This is what the place.
"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Ping already very long it's larvae. You do what he said solid times. Do people mistaken for our life like two cops or writing it down right. So yeah just put down Martin no number while no. He's not paying gives you the full quote well number one it's not lar- paying a lot of people are like Oh is it and it's like ah I love him. I love him he needed to explain with like backup. Said right says what number one. It was like todd glass in an argument. Let me worked out for you. But you're gonNa tell me why tell you why right and I know that I'm right now because here's what you would say what you would say to that. I'm going to say this but it's not lurking a lot. A lot of people are like Oh is it and it's like no this band. Aid is actually from filming last night for our newest episode wives. You're not in game of thrones stop. He then holds up his hand to show the band aid. And you're going to see his his wound which is an overstatement. Please tell me but more importantly you're going to get to meet Ben Plan. He has everything you want. And we've already seen his emotional opening statement. You cannot put a bandage over that and just one more question. Look at bad. He's Tim Joe Son..
"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Amazing Dave Longstreth David so great. Because I mean I've seen you at the will I'll turn and you guys were like. It was a full band experience but I love to hear the sauce completely stripped down that I start like creating the Sanju like you and Qatar. This is it. I want to see if I can do this right here. But there's so much going on in every song that you guys do yet ends up that way but yeah that's that's the way Eh right. Great Great Great Interview Ran. Do you like music. Yes okay. Let's get on with the show. No but that's on the last album. which again we highly recommend? Everyone pick up. Are you working on new album right. Now Yeah Okay great out do you know are a target or no do you do you say look alike when you wanna finish when you you WANNA done. Let's done do you. Do you drop your albums how do you how do they come back. Yeah they drop the drop I think so it depends. We knew when you're playing the guitar you play that by yourself you sometime. You use both hands hands on guitar when you're doing. It occasionally sweet all right. Look from the new album I like this. What about touring stuff are there will be? Are you out touring now. Tend to walk or drive or dot. Then you walk. Part of Arnovitz walked part part of. It's walking the walk. Walk.
"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"dimitri" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"When you first find out it is an an exciting moment you gotta learn all those chance could have been at a reproductive rights rally and it would have been great in a different context if you put it on a sign? It's something I love. They had there was his second brush with the law that day as he spent the morning yelling at tourists. They don't say what just yelling at tourists. Come Out of women come out and play. Dave December seventeenth is what I have for you. That's right okay. Good coming up birthday did you have to like was was it always like We'll get them. We'll get your real presents on Christmas. Everyone I was asked that I kind of was like that. I don't know. Is that why you became musician that comes from we solved it right in the music. Man Listen lyrics in there dude. He he rose rose above it. Yes I quoted one of. It's not dirty projectors. It's dirty projectors and my right Andy I put it. I'm sorry. It originates man tactically. It's hard to avoid right. I also called you David Longstreth. I'm sorry David December Seventeen beat your Florida. Birthday is the headline Florida. Man arrested after he was hit with dodgeball during heated children's match a twenty two year old man in the Tampa Bay area is behind bars after police say he slapped a team following a heated game of Dodge Ball. A lot.
Ohio man pleads guilty to plotting July 4, 2018, bomb attack in Cleveland
"An Ohio man is pleading guilty to terror charges he was accused of plotting a fourth of July attack in Cleveland ABC's wind borough with ports federal prosecutors say Dimitri's death Daniel pits planned to attack a Cleveland park with a bomb during a firework show even taking surveillance photos of the area and he shared his plans with an undercover FBI informant he also talked about using a truck bomb in Philadelphia pits pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization and making threats against the president of the United States he's likely to be sentenced to fourteen years in
Suspect Charged In Verbal Altercation That Turned Deadly Outside A South End Bojangles
"Scene an arrest made in Georgia in the Charlotte killing twenty two year old Dimitri shoppers Adams being held in connection with the October twenty first murder of a man at the Bojangles there on west Boulevard in south in chambers Adams awaiting extradition now to the Mecklenburg County to face murder charge in the shooting death of thirty three or runny Lamont
Adam Lambert, David Guetta, Rita Ora to Perform at Avicii Tribute Concert
"A tribute concert for the late DJ artist vici who died last year in apparent suicide will take place on December fifth in his hometown of Stockholm the concert will feature nineteen of the original singers on his biggest songs including aloe Blacc Adam Lambert and Rita or as well as opening sets from his friends David Guetta keigo Dimitri Vegas and more all net profits from the event VT tribute concert for mental health awareness which is produced by the foundation bearing of each is real name Tim Bergland will go to supporting organizations which address mental health needs and suicide
Armed man in body armor arrested at Missouri Walmart
"To help more being shared right now to panic another Walmart this past week a heavily armed man and body armor walking through the store in Missouri sending terrified shoppers running A. B. C.'s children others Dimitri under tango is in jail on charges of making a terrorist threat after setting off fears of a mass shooting just after four PM Thursday the twenty year old dressed in body armor carrying an assault rifle police say he had a hundred rounds of ammunition the store manager pulling the fire alarm sending customers fleeing outside minutes later a bystander Julie blue capturing the suspect walking right towards our core with his hands up in the air get out of my car when I heard a voice off my lap say is that a rifle is that a real rifle a former firefighter confronting under Chiang co he does not want to be identified police saying under Junko told them he quote wanted to know if that Walmart honored the second amendment and that due to three recent shootings in a stabbing he wanted to protect himself and the suspect now facing a terrorism charge even though he never
"dimitri" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
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"dimitri" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Paying it forward in a and i love this our guest is mark dimitri of them i am i pronounce your name correctly yet marquee issue cleric and the book in less lessons from my grandfather uh we get to learn several the prince was another fifteen principles the the your grandfather and i believe his name was charlie ranked correct yes charlie abut but we don't have time for all fifteen but let's start with what's your favorite of the principles that the grandpa brought to you and that you love to share with you our listeners attic other so many i mean it it's one of the best your skin alchemy affiliate recipe are never give up on yourself so you know believing in yourself and your abilities forcing forty he was always about never looked back for negatively but look back over the past and it always forge forward things will happen in life life it's very difficult they'll be ups and downs and try he's a hardship and that's life and you have to learn how to deal with these things but butter for everything that happens and move forward in positive to lead the future because the negativity each rounds us when you start to think negative all is negative thoughts and go ahead it's like it's like a sponge but if you remain positive it's stay focused and we don't blow through hardships it always some of the things he'll we should say twelve top is never trust anybody not even yourself and he meant that for a lot of reasons not just financially but also this life is life itself you always need some guys from people without you so when it comes to money over life in general it's good to have people that you can look to to get advice from because sometimes you'll make their decisions where you need help in mice to get through a hard time that we talked about both sides of that is one of those things that most entrepreneurs don't think about when they go in the think i'd get a mission i'm going to go do what iberia here's the reference and cookies are like the maker of resource start a business making cookies i'm gonna make cookies as what i like to do and they don't realize that not everybody a yuli life happens business happens economy happens all of this comes and goes emigrant resilient.
"dimitri" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Ars versus iran's ivy credits i could look at season two big candidacies in fives is kind of one of the main commented about that lady makes great television she does while it's hard to live with sometimes she makes a masing show the rivalry that you ended up having wit dimitri i thought was really really fun to watch how that played out where you guys went back and forth i i i don't think we've really had anything like that before on big brother i mean how much pressure was there knowing that you're going to be facing dimitri in all of these competitions coming down the stretch with your game on the line oh yeah every single time and went out there and i had beaten metri we just like it was like a months since anyone else wanna competition besides me and dmitry weed is traded back and forth when i was h which he won like he was an absolute fantastic competitor and it's crazy the came down to me and him in that final trivia game as well with the beasley out it was just wild we just through shots at each other the entire season he won h wage i would would be tuesday myself i would wage rates he would when veto backandforth backandforth than it's kinda cool that did come to that final part three of the h wage to finally decide the decision but you're right going out and playing every competition my biggest worry was dmitry every single time in terms of that final competition though knowing that it was going to be trivia and with all due respect to dmitri who was great in so many different competition that's really your forte i mean you had to have known going in that you had a big leg up on him in that competition did you feel really confident headings that the third part.