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"dmitriev" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So pablo glad to be able to have you on the program. We had nanny your ceo on not that long ago. And you're the data science guy here. So i want to really open up with you. I say outreach billion dollar company growing very fast fast platform now it's about taking it to the next level with what are really those opportunities in upsides of taking up popular sass product and layering. Ai why is it worth this. Additional effort of of baking a into the mix. Yeah thanks them credit to be here. Yeah it's very interesting. I feel like <hes>. At outage the moment <unk>. To build a in a. And i think as you mentioned it does not start as a companion by that's moments <unk>. Started building a. yeah. I was actually very good. Good moment to start when we already have had a pretty good user base. Yes yes and very active. Here's our base is very important. Bidding this one <unk>. aspects of companies. We can collect a lot of raw data from those users and head into <unk>. 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Upgrading a Software Product with Machine Learning - with Dr. Pavel Dmitriev
"So pablo glad to be able to have you on the program. We had nanny your ceo on not that long ago. And you're the data science guy here. So i want to really open up with you. I say outreach billion dollar company growing very fast fast platform now it's about taking it to the next level with what are really those opportunities in upsides of taking up popular sass product and layering. Ai why is it worth this. Additional effort of of baking a into the mix. Yeah thanks them credit to be here. Yeah it's very interesting. I feel like At outage the moment To build a in a. And i think as you mentioned it does not start as a companion by that's moments Started building a. yeah. I was actually very good. Good moment to start when we already have had a pretty good user base. Yes yes and very active. Here's our base is very important. Bidding this one aspects of companies. We can collect a lot of raw data from those users and head into All a good amount of data available is kind of a requisite for being able to building a into the product and Heads it if it is already had a good number of customers allege amount of data and actually a lot of insights into the problems of those customers more so at the point where the solutions kind of needed to be developed as unjust not just five on customer but but for many customers. That's that's a very good moment or staff to bringing bringing in anything said that opportunities. That is a clear that ability to solve some of the some of those problems customers ahead him at scale. So i think that's gonna ring true for a lot of the audience. I think people will understand like okay. We're gonna use to solve important problems or pursue important opportunities. Obviously some of that you've been able to do just with the assassin platform itself. You know the company itself. Oh well you know here. We have a problem. Okay build a feature. Push this button and it's going to send an email okay. That's that's a feature. He know he didn't need for that. But then there's other kinds of problems where maybe we do need i. Maybe we we. We do need to leverage like you said the data of all these users we have. Do you think about that. There's some there's some problems where there's no reason to use. Ai would be overly complicated. And then there's others where we do need it for you you know. Why is it important to to go after the i. Opportunities there instead of just the additional sas features. You know what what is the. What's big upside here. Yeah yeah look. At the outage three phases. The kind of the evolution of product and filler step is a step before outage before sales engagement products appears self process was very disorganized. It was kind of like what you're seeing. The contacts ends are good. Luck gone closet and it's ready to Plan and farkas kinda process. It's very hard to understand. Buds is a swedish propagates station. So that's spenders asians. That is very important. A dozen telling me the i. And that's what outreach at standardized the sales process secure but then the next stamp is optimization. The way i think about it is that off. You take a tender outage products and then you take your sales process you would. Outrage is great gun around a lot faster however you spend the bad sales processing place. Now you have a bad sales prosperous minor really fast as opposed that is still By the values bedding might shed. He'd use so helga now customers. The ability of the sales process is is. The next step is the look at what is happening. In aggregate in the government hewlett huma even Across all of our customers and tried to use a to come up with this broad acts of communications on the types of fish which start improving the efficiency of the sales process for example if companies especially those companies who did not have an automated kind of as sales and you kind of sales still in the past sales process tends to be very shells To project prostate the few times small number of times but we know from best practice is that eggshell intakes of seven fifteen or even in some areas. Maybe after source you digest extra Prospects so those kind of best practices can be just baked into the product That can be used to discover those kinds of insights so that the second stab the sword step once wednesday were able to optimize the process. A little bit than the step is personalization because even though we can have as sales process which is on average of optimal on average is good in evidence. Specific situation forever sales. You might even for evidence sell them. They can extra little better than average. If you can tailor what is suggested commends Unique skill since disaster unique situation. So that personas asian aspect is bad guy is really an affront and said that he cannot do it without a because the volume of of people themes and update is too high to be able to manually
Russia Registers Virus Vaccine, Putin's Daughter Given It
"Country with the Corona virus vaccine that has cleared for use, but some scientists aren't so sure. Russian President Vladimir Putin said one of his daughters has already been given the vaccine. The standard three faces of testing haven't been completed. Though Putin says the vaccine went through all the necessary tests to ensure its safe, US scientists have warned rushing to use the vaccine before phase three trials involving thousands of people could backfire. Amy Kellogg has more video. Dmitriev, CEO of the Russian Direct investment fund, asks skeptics to keep an open mind. The scientists understand that knows the credibility of our institute is very strong because it's one of the best institutions a vault on big scenes. And we may not be very strong in some other areas. But Maxine's Russia is strong. Russia says it will keep testing its vaccine but plans to use it from October on people like health care workers and teachers. Studies is
"dmitriev" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"I can't imagine he was there for three hours. And if Bannon was there as well he didn't meet yeah or discuss that he was meeting with Dmitriev or who Dmitriev was and then there's a redacted grand jury sentence and that could be bannon's testimony. I don't know but all that shit went down in early. January twenty seventeen and by January seventh prince had booked a ticket to the Seychelles and then the next day Nader wrote Dmitriev saying he had a pleasant surprise for him that he'd arranged for him to meet with Prince and Nater invited Dmitry Mitri of to the Seychelles for January twelfth five days later. Can you imagine how much a ticket to the Seychelles out a five day. Notice would call yeah. I have no idea where to Seychelles are far and beautiful <hes> that's just nuts so the next day dmitry fascinating nater if the meeting would be worthwhile and this seems to happen a lot in this in this section everyone's like is this guy worth your time. Is this guy a piece of shit. WHO's this guy? Is he good or is he stupid and Flynn. Does it with Kislyak too. It's funny so then anyway there's some redacted someone whose name is redacted told Mueller Dmitriev wasn't enthusiastic about meeting with Prince but nater assured him that he wielded influence with the incoming administration <hes> this guy has designated by Bannon to meet you and remember how prince was saying. I wasn't a you know representing the trump campaign yeah well he was designated by Bannon <hes> and and he said I know him well and he's very very well connected trusted by the new team. His sister is now the minister of Education. It is Betsy Devos of course so nater told Muller that Prince had led him to believe that Bannon was aware of the upcoming meeting and Prince acknowledged it was right for nature to think that prince would pass information onto the transition team but man and told me that Prince did not tell him in advance Vance about the Seychelles and that's you know that's why Prince that's why Muller was like Prince was there for three hours said he never met with Bannon and then Bannon told Muller he didn't meet with them and didn't tell them about the Seychelles meeting which means they totally fucking met talked about the Seychelles meeting when he was at trump tower that day like it but he he doesn't acknowledge that it might come up in the Dukla Nations <hes> in section five which will go over next week but onto page one fifty three in the Seychelles meeting. We've heard all about this. Dmitry Garad Dmitriev arrived at the four seasons on January eleventh very nice where Nader and N._b._c..
"dmitriev" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"The sanctions and that you know everything it'd be cool and those conversations were ordered released by the judge in the Flynn case Sullivan but the government told them not to release those and they hadn't really publicly admitted that they even took place and we've been talking about this however they do later in the report they talk about these phone calls so we'll get there and on page one hundred forty seven Miller says Lavigne's description of his interactions with Putin or consistent with the behavior of correal Dmitriev a Russia national who who heads the Russia's sovereign wealth fund known as already I F and he and he's also close to Putin and Dmitriev was the Putin cut out that attended the Seychelles meeting which is covered also later in this section <hes> Dmitriev made several attempts to reach out to the trump team after the election who and one of which was he was contacted well. He contacted his friend from the U._A._e.. George Nader and asked him to introduce him to the trump transition team and trump transition officials and neater eventually arranged the Seychelles meeting between Dimitri of prints and Bannon Bannon and later also introduced me to Rick Garrison. That's the friend to Kushner that guy and they worked on that proposal for reconciliation between U._S. and Russia which Dmitriev said he cleared through Putin and garrison provided that proposal to Kushner before the inauguration and Kush Kush gave copies to Bannon and REX Tillerson we'll get to the details of that seem to <hes> so it seems like when Putin has his meetings with these oligarchs probably every individual meeting. He's telling them. I don't have a direct person again contacted talk about this meaning. Try please right there. It seems like there were multiple ways that and multiple targets that they were trying to infiltrate into not just the campaign which we've finished that section but now the transition team right especially with the impending sanctions coming so yeah so this actually made it to rex tillerson and <hes> Bannon so I guess it's confusing to me that that's okay right that that potentially a is going to shape their actual policy platforms yeah or at least there are back channel or at least their reaction to the sanctions right because they're not these people aren't registered with Fara when they're talking and doing all know and they are current administration either which violates the Logan Act and he never even talks about violations of the Logan Act in this report on that could be counterintelligence stuff. This might have all gone to counterintelligence would they would they need to have formerly registered as a Foreign Oren lobbyists basically for what they did here yeah I would think so. That's what I would think too yeah but maybe if he's not officially president yet or something then it doesn't like yeah but even lobbyists who aren't don't have anything to do with resident half to register. Greg Craig is on trial right now because he was was pushing the Ukraine Timoshenko Whitewashed Report <hes> that Skadden arps something meager and whatever skadden arps Cetera you know guys and vendors want put together with gates and Manafort and a fort and that's why he was part of that whole thing.
"dmitriev" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"George Nader the same guide being represented by Obama's fixer loon, who just was arrested on child pornography charges. Maters the one who's telling Muller about this meeting. What does that have to do with the salon dot com? Ps who Nader was apparently has information this meeting, apparently, set some of it up. He was kind of doing a fixer thing, the guy Eric prince meets with career. Dmitriev is the head of that Russian direct investment fund that salon dot com reports was was being ripped by two Clinton bundlers. So let me get this straight track. Me here. Right. These connections are reported. They're not complicated. They just required to order it. And when you order it, it'll all make sense, how remember meetings and alleged connections always mean, collusion and crimes when it comes to the Trump team, but when those very same connections are tied back to Clinton and Obama people. It is entirely completely ignored by Bob Muller and Andy Weissman to now disgraced lawyers. Disgraced totally disgraced by any reasonable measure. So Nater is telling Muller that, hey, I was there, Eric prince met with this Russian career Dmitriev who runs this investment fund? This is clearly collusion. He's being used as informed about this, yet, when we find out that the same guy prince who doesn't even work for Trump, by the way meets with Dmitriev, who is directly connected to CU to Clinton lobbyists. Bundlers? Nope. Open. He cares about this story at all Joe. It is completing that, that's a conspiracy theory conspiracy theory. Dot com. Reported on it. Ford left.
"dmitriev" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Check it out. Okay. Folks were going on here again is there an attempt in the mullahs report to tell this spy novel and op Ed form Russian context with the Trump team while leaving out the democratic context, here's a couple examples because I'm gonna pile on one more I uncovered this weekend. They talk about popadopoulos and his contacts with sued and Masud's detailed relationship with the Russia's leaving out completely Mifsud suits connections to western intelligence agencies and the potential that popadopoulos was set up the nowhere in the report. This Muller include then second they talk about the Trump Tower meeting as strassel put up inner peace there, the Trump Tower meeting with vessel in the sky and Don, jR, the Russian lawyer not mentioning that the Russian lawyer worked for fusion GPS the company hired by Hillary. I think that's an important detail. Bob had you missed that. Talk about the Coen stuff and the real estate deal and Michael Cohen. They were trying to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, Joe and Michael Cohen emailed the Kremlin yet from an Email. They found online that was never returned. So let me get this straight show, Donald Trump and Michael Cohen colluding with Vladimir Putin and they're emailing like info at Kremlin dot org, or whatever. And they're getting thrown in in the Email recycling bid, but they do sign any those are really dip. Yeah. Exactly. Joe? Those are real deep connections. They had he leaves all of that out. Because Muller wants you to believe a fake story is true. Found that interesting one this weekend Washington Examiner is a piece up about Eric prints wherever we heard that before Gus just so vindicate Pat myself on the back, but if you've been listening to show you heard this probably a year ago six months ago, if you're on the inside joke. Here's a piece by Russ read Washington Examiner in the show. Please read the show say really good Mullah report. Erik prince's secret meeting with Russia fell apart after its aircraft carrier the Russians that is went to Libya, folks, I have documented this meeting six different ways from Sunday. If you read the section of the mullahs report about Eric prints. Why is Rick Princeton -nificant? What does this have to do? With again. Our top line thesis here Muller writes about Trump people's connections with Russians yet leaves out the very same people being connected to Hillary and the Clinton team, you get it. Oh, yeah. TV's all of that out. He talks about this Eric prince meeting Eric prince, why is he significant his sister, Betsy DeVos is the education secretary in the Trump cabinet Eric prince's, the old founder blackwater, Eric prince goes to the Seychelles and meets with this guy. And that Washington Examiner reports from Correal Dmitriev, it's about a business deals nothing to do with Russian collusion. Career Dmitriev is the head of this thing called the Russian direct investment fund. Follow me here Muller goes into deep detail about Correal Dmitriev is connected to the Russians his meeting excuse me with Eric prince, Eric Princeton. Insinuating..
"dmitriev" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Report which he'd be like I'm out of here guys. Why would quickly just Chevy right into the Bloomberg terminal seaweed and Rita story. Good politics. Like a skit student. All right. So what are you seeing out there today? A flat market ten tenure notes flat. Two six nine thirty year. Bond down at thirty second. We're we've got some interesting trae data to discuss we'll do that in just a minute. Because the latest numbers showed all my gosh, that's getting better. But then the trend is still up. There's a lot of gyrations around the U S, China trade war and tariffs and all of that the ten year note auction, which is you know, what we watch that benchmark had a less than great auction. But you can't call it bad. That's the reason I think we're bonds just sitting there today and also probably just wait for some big news. But as we do that, I just think it's interesting. That's why don't you read as much are all different things on your Bloomberg global thirst for bonds has investors scooping up guess what Italian debt? Now, you might say. But they've got a budget battle with the EU, and they they got a populist government. That's where the ten year has a yield of two eighty five. Well, there you. You go, and you don't even get that much more yield. But I guess if you're betting they're not ultimately, they won't default on their bonds. And you say, hey, why not pick up some meal, and you may just be trading them. Anyway, right. You may be looking at the news flow. German factory orders fell. And yet the Bloomberg story can't make up its mind if he wants to do more of those those TRT ellos the targeted refinancing that they've done in the past. You've got questions about the Chinese economy. You've got questions about where the trade wars going. There's so many questions all that seems to hold up this view for hey doesn't hurt to some bonds equities go up in the US. They pull back certainty around stock. So I think that in a way when you step back. That's an interesting indication of where the bond market is right now. So Kathleen, I want to get your thoughts on the state of the union. But before I do I want to start by asking that question to Carl Riccadonna who's also here this chief US, economists, we're talking with Caccia Dmitriev in our Washington bureau earlier about sort of the economic view of what the president said, what did you hear what are people saying on the desk about what we heard about the economic state of the union. Sure, I think we've got a whole lot of new information in terms of economic performance. Sell what they? Tax cuts and whatnot. And to a large extent that tax cuts are are temporary in terms of the benefit to the economy where to played through this and played through. Right. So now looking at an economy, which the tax cuts are still in place, obviously in two thousand nineteen but the big lift Drake has GDP is a measure of the change in production rights change that matters, even though those tax cuts stay because I've been trying to get my head around this even though the tax cuts stay in place. The real big kick. Is that initial change? That's is the one you see in your paycheck from twenty will continue to benefit whether it benefit, but changed, right? So what what what's the amount of your tax cut last year? Well, it's X number of dollars tax cut this year, still X, right? So the change right diminishes the change. Of course, in terms of this other things getting more back than you used to exactly. So in terms of economic stories from the state of the union as. As well. I think one is this notion of whether we're heading towards another government shutdown, right? Because a lot of the economic data we've seen lately like the manufact- non-manufacturing ISM survey earlier this week. There was a lot of stories and anecdotes from business contacts suggesting that they were actually concerned about the extended shutdown and that was impacting business com. Well, it looks like we could be right back at that gas, given the the tone. I there was some parts of the speech were bipartisan. And there were also part saying stop investigating me. Daryl pay pal credit was just on. And they basically saw an increase in terms of giving out like revolving credit or short term loans zero percent during the shutdown the government workers who just needed like five hundred dollars because as they say, so many people living paycheck to babies people in America. I didn't get any new sense of confidence that there would be a compromise reached right now save it. People living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck has been going on for a lot of tire. You can not definitely not blame that on under this on this administration, nor could you maybe give them all the credit for the fact that wages are steadily rising, and we have had strong job growth. I think some of the quote unquote, back checking some of the stories have been clearly anti Trump. I think people are finding anything they can do to attack the president now to a certain extent, you know, he may be sets himself up for it. Is it okay? For the president of boast about an economy. That's doing pretty well. Luckily, strong, GDP, growth, etc. Let us I said earlier when they said, you know, the most people working ever, you know, we've seen the labor force grows. There are more and more people working, and that's been going on. That's baloney. There..
"dmitriev" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"What were some of the things that concord management's lawyer Dubai the air has written in? Yeah. Court filings. Yeah. Someone said it is pronounced French, by the way. Nice. Yeah. He said that prosecutors of the special counsel office lived in quote, fairyland nice. Yes. And then he also made a reference he said in than these words with no context, which I am aware of I taught I Taw I taught tied to a putty tat. Reminds me of your titties joke. Yours is more sophisticated. Little bit. And didn't he also say fuck in his like, he put the bomb in his filing completely just Unprsert old gear idiocy? Yeah. Some of the study saying, yeah. And then judge is like this is embarrassing and unprofessional, and then he called it a fake laws. Yeah. That's worse than fake news did say that. And he called the judge bias which pissed her off. Anyway, I'm sure I don't know. It's just weird that court filing because she was pissed. She was like not cut it out. But yeah, you got to this is unprofessional, and then he accused of being bias, and he's gonna have to talk to his client about whether or not he wants to represent them anymore because the judge hates him. It was like get the fuck out drugs seriously or something they're all into this lake on the hard stuff. I think they're starting to like conflict Twitter with the courts. Yeah. Just writing how they would normally. It's like Ideo Crecy. Yeah. Right. We're you know, I'll my balls that's part of a court filing now. Yeah. It's like don't speak in metaphors in pop culture. Metaphors to me what the fuck there's a whole reason you went to law school and Sodi so respect that shit. That's what Miller she wrote is for exactly we've speaking pop culture references and say fuck and assholes in Dick's and. That's what we had to sometimes assholes. Fuck dig. Sorry team America will police reference, a nice ain't pop culture. Oh, but I'm not a lawyer. And then Tuesday, Eric prince told CNBC he'd rather have a proctology exam than another interview with Muller. I made a joke about setting up a back channel that. I really enjoyed. Julia. You reported on this midweek, Eric prince whose Betsy DeVos's brother in the head of the now defunct blackwater private security firm is the guy. That's he is. He's the guy who rep Trump in a meeting in the Seychelles with Nater and Dmitriev, right? I just went there. And there was a Russian guy. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure he'll be indicted soon. So put some beans on that. Maybe you guys wanna pick him in the fantasy indictment draft this week get I did I did want to mention we got a message from a listener reminding us that being questioned by law enforcement is scary. And I wanted to share that person. I'm not talking about interviews of the ninety nine percent. I'm talking about white collar privileged privileged privileged criminals. Like prance who always like having fingers in my butthole. Yeah. Like, dude, if you're innocent, just it's fine. But I, you know, well pointed out that that's not true for the rest of the regular folks in this country. Who are oftentimes, you know. Interrogated using sneaky tactics and the prisoners conundrum or whatever it's called the what's that called prisoner's dilemma? Yeah. Prisoners conundrum. Same thing the cap TS conundrum as AG refers to it because I'm weird. I think Montenegro was Baltic. So. There we go. Anyway, I just yeah. I'm not talking about those folks. There's no reason for these white collar guys to feel uncomfortable unless they're guilty af. But good looking out. And this week in Republicans can't tech I'm going to record something for that. So so manafort's defense filed their response to Muller's breach of plea filing the outlined the five things Manafort lied about during his cooperation with special counsel. The problem is that they electronically redacted the document thrown up black boxes over the text leaving the actual text under the black boxes. So we could all just copy and paste and read the text underneath and in those redacted pieces. We found out that Manafort did meet with Kalinic twice and provide at least and provided him with proprietary campaign. Polling data and told him about the Ukraine peace deal, which was just a GOP scam to lift sanctions on Russia and in related news. We learned Thursday that Muller's team has questioned the Trump campaign pollster Tony Fabrizio Doni for breezy..
"dmitriev" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Or Email legacy giving at WNYC dot org. Support for WNYC comes from this. I SIMS foundation since nine hundred five supporting progress in education science and the arts information at sei SIMS foundation dot org. You're listening to new sounds. You can do that every night of the week at WNYC FM ninety three point nine, but you can also hear us anytime online at new sounds dot org. You can also connect with us via the various social media were on Spotify. As new sounds music. You can also follow us on Twitter like us on Facebook and see us live in concert from time to time. Details on our new sounds live events are on our website. At new sounds dot org. And we're listening on this edition of the program to Similac Tronc music. Let's listen next to some music from the the Russian pianist and composer Dmitriev gruff off you have graphs album. Comprehension of light is a little bit of departure for him in that there's more reliance on acoustic instruments, including a string quartet whereas some of his past records, then purely electronic comprehension of light is the name of that record. And we will hear a piece called Nanyang, which despite what I just said is a largely if not entirely electronic work. We'll follow that with some music from Canada from the artists known as valise guy. He's based in Calgary Alberta and an album called on pause will hear a track called softness, which may fool you into thinking. You're actually hearing people saying, but it's an electronic work. I mean, there's a long. Edition of electronic artists using instruments like the VO coder, for example to evoke. The sounds of a chorus singing while the technology has progressed to the point that this almost sounds like a coral piece this work by police. I here's something that's clearly electronic from Dmitriev graph off..
Alibaba takes joint venture route to Russia expansion
"Alibaba is setting up a two billion dollar joint. Venture with Russian billionaire shirt was Mahnaz internet services firm, mail dot argue, the deal will see the online marketplaces of the two companies merged in Russia and is backed by the Kremlin. So we're the Russian direct investment fund Alibaba will fold it's rush operations, including Ali express and team all into this venture. Well, mail dot are you will fold in its panned out marketplace into the new company as well. That Alibaba deal was signed on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic forum in Vostok, Bloomberg's Anne-Marie Hordern spoke to Russian direct investment funds. CEO Kirill Dmitriev about why Alibaba chose Russia for expansion. The already quite significant business here. So like several billion dollars a year in volume it's growing fifty to seventy percent a year. So it's a very fast growing business and Russia very promising market, but for cloud computing for intelligence, so it's a natural partner for somebody like Alibaba. So in the press conference, you were talking about how and also Mr Evans was talking about how Jack Ma himself was involved in this deal. Can you take me through that? So we've been working on it for about two years and for us. It was very important that when the very little discussion was Jack Margaret really appreciated his passion and his passion is really about transferring know-how and knowledge into Russian seeing the great opportunity that exists in Russia for small medium business for young people. So we really clicked on this passion to deliver value to Russian consumers. And then we works details because for foreign businesses. It's very important to have data in Russia and we worked to lots of details and I'm used to Evans touched on. No, just you know, grand ideas, that said we worked through lots of details about localization about synergies about having a Russian payment systems. It's tre. So it took quite some time. But we have a very solid foundation now, and I believe the current Alibaba business will grow ten times more in the next five seven years, you were just in meetings with President Vladimir Putin. Does he have a good relationship with Jack Ma well he commented that he doesn't believe that Jack would retire because he's too so young and we laughed about this. And the he appreciates check is doing. And I think Jack moss passion in education field fields that he will pursue a troll is felt insured. And when Jack Ma. Finished his presentation, and his ideas underwear. As investors in the room. Everybody clapped to ship sorts of speaker about innovation. So we have great relationship for we appreciate that. He is. He cares about Russia. You know and the Bill built on. Russian direct investment fund. Ceo, Carol Dmitriev there with Bloomberg's Ameri Horton.
"dmitriev" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Let me ask you a question. Now, Joe, you are not. You never ran for office, correct? Never. You've not been a political consultant? I'm gonna ask you a very straightforward question. Why do you think the Saudis and some other governments would pay tremendous speaking fees to the husband of the secretary of state and not just wait till she left office, it'd be more appropriate. Why would they want her in office? I. Why do you think that would be? She could help them out daddy, you, there you go. Thank you cost, maybe Greece some scans xactly Armacost on fire today and he's not even a political consultant. But apparently these other guys skies supposedly worked for the NSA had a tough time putting that connection to get. Oh, it gets better. By the way this is we're still on the pedestrian group. I feel like I've been taste, you know, you see me. I need a shower please. And I because I got to go to the gym and I hate taking ten showers at that. My skin gets dry. In a report on the Clinton machines, ties to Saudi Arabia is a cough also notes that two of the Clinton lobbyist bunglers Richard Sullivan, and David Jones. Our principles and affirm that until late last year represented the Russia direct investment fund. Oh, where's that name? From. From a sovereign wealth fund co founded by Vladimir Putin when he was prime minister, Russia direct investment fund. So to quoting is a cough year Clinton lobbyists bonders represented at of Russian investment fund founded by Putin. Wow. So Clinton lobbyists representing the Russia direct investment firm who is the CEO of the Russia direct investment firm, which was wrapped by Clinton lobbyists. Who was that? Oh, it was career Dmitriev career Dmitrov. Why should that matter to me? Career Dmitri it because Bob Muller is investigating another guy. That guy's name is Eric prints. Eric prints is a relatively conservative guy who sister is in the Trump cabinet. His sister is Betsy DeVos secretary of education. But Eric prince is under investigation for just meeting with this guy career Dmitriev and what prince at least claims was the chance meeting and in the Seychelles in two thousand seventeen. I don't know prince. I've met him once or twice in green rooms. We're not friends. We don't communicate at all. I'm just telling you what Princess said, but prince is under investigation for that meeting a meeting with who Correal Dmitriev the CEO of the Russian direct investment fund. Who up until a couple years ago it was represented by Clinton lobbyists. Bundlers big fundraiser guys. Oh, maybe what's investigate prints and shut him up to keep the career Dmitriev Russia, direct investment funds ties to the Clintons super quiet. Dear, Eric, you better shut the. You get my point. You still think the Muller legit if you do, please seek professional help immediately. You may need antipsychotic drugs. Folks. I've never seen a bigger abomination of Justice in my lifetime. This is a total disgrace a disgrace on multiple levels. This is a sham. This is infuriating. It really is. I can't believe that otherwise, smart, reasonable people are falling for this. You see what they're doing. You understand what they're doing. They're trying to cover the tracks. Now, here's the note I have for Dimitrios. Okay. The allegations just so we're clear here and what have the allegations against prince, which I believe are nonsense spurious. I believe they're made up, but if I don't describe to you the allegations, it won't make sense how the Democrats are hiding DOJ and Clinton activity. Excuse me while keeping the investigation on Donald Trump. Dmitriev meets with prince in the Seychelles and 2017 Eric prints. Dmitriev is obviously connected to people heavily involved in the Clinton orbit through the Russia direct investment fund. The Russian direct investment fund heavily tied. Heavily tied to Putin. Ladies and gentlemen who was setting up who the allegation against prince by Muller according to this investigation and the reporting specifically as one I saw by ABC is that Eric prints was meeting with career. Dmitri was obviously connected to Putin show to set up some back channel to the Russians, but ladies and gentlemen who was setting up who..
"dmitriev" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Me manuela center gaza and in business daily shortly with talking about the unintended consequences of us tariffs on steel and aluminium imports they've led to the potential closure of a nail manufacturing company in the midwest when most people voted for trump could the us congress now put a break mr trump's shakeup of global trade that's after the news the news the german chancellor angela merkel is warned that migration could become a defining issue for the european union speaking before a summit likely to be dominated by the issue she said that for the eu to maintain its credibility it must act multilaterally the french authorities have charged ten people over an alleged plot to attack muslims the nine men and one woman were arrested in raids across france last weekend the ten suspects to be members of farright extremist organizations officials in kenya say at least fifteen people have been killed by a fire that swept through one of the biggest openair markets in the capital nairobi more than seventy others were injured the marcus is popular among secondhand cloth dealers a us court has sentenced libyan militant twenty two years in jail for his rule in an attack that killed an american basseterre prosecutors argue the dock madaba catala was the ringleader of the assault on a compound in benghazi in two thousand twelve but jurors felt he wasn't directly responsible the chairman of korean air joe young who has appeared before prosecutors to respond to allegations of tax evasion and other financial crimes following the series of scandals the family of mr jones has become one of the most notorious and south korea a lawyer for the prominent russian historian and human rights act with union dmitriev says his client is being detained two weeks ago crossing terelia overturned his acquittal on child pornography pornography charges and found him guilty of having an illegal firearm continuing rain and rising water levels of lead rescue divers northern thailand to suspend their search for twelve boys and their football coach who've been trapped in a cave complex sincere saturday bbc news.
"dmitriev" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The source who was at a meeting and it's been given immunity by muller where they're targeting a guy or looking at a guy who had information on the hillary team or had a source who had information on the hillary team by the way i know i gotta take a break but who's the russian they were meeting with a guy named correal dmitriev who heads the russian direct investment firm fund excuse me by the way they were represented by two major clinton daughters at one point the mitri outfit over there and you want to really throw it this one's going to brace yourself for this one so they're meeting with a russian who has known connections by the way reported by by salon dot com leftleaning our connected to two major clinton butlers this russian the russian cup the rich and the parent company of the fund he represents is the exact same company the bank that was the cover for a russian spy named yevgeny berea cough the parent company of the russian at the meeting with prince that obama's lawyers clients sitting there at the at the meeting the parent company is we bank the cover for a russian spy in the united states who was taken down by the fbi using who this gets good carter page carter page was the fbi source who helped take down periodic off the russian spy the same carter page the fbi got a fis awar not because he entered the trump sphere go to the interweb if you think i'm making this up this is the sickest spy novel you've ever heard of their bongino we'll be right back mark levin.
"dmitriev" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The source who was at a meeting and it's been given immunity by muller were their targeting guy or looking at a guy who had information on the hillary team or had a source of information team by the way i know i gotta take a break but who's the russian they were meeting with a guy named career dmitriev who heads the russian direct investment firm refund excuse me by the way they were represented by two major clinton donors at one point dimitrios outfit over there and you want me to really throw it this one's going to brace yourself for this one so they're meeting with a russian who has known connections by the way reported by on by salon dot com left leaning our connected to major clinton butlers this russian the russian cup the rich and the parent company of the fund he represents is the exact same company the bank that was the cover for a russian spy named yevgeny periodic off the parent company of the russian at the meeting with prince that obama's lawyers clients sitting there at the at the meeting the parent company is the bank the cover for a russian spy in the united states who was taken down by the fbi using who this gets good carter page carter page was the fbi source who helped take down bureauc off the russian spy the same carter page the fbi got to fight the war not because he entered the trump sphere.
"dmitriev" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Career dmitriev was also the firm the russian direct investment firm this is according to salon dot com a left leaning website for you media matters goons call all this stuff conspiracy theories call out salon not me joe career dmitriev reporter michael isikoff notes that two of the clinton clinton lobbyists bundlers richard sullivan david jones our principles and affirm that until late last year represented the russian direct investment fund a sovereign wealth fund co founded by vladimir putin when he was prime minister so prince is meeting with a guy representing a putin economic tool the russian direct investment fund who was also represented by two clinton bundlers again you think this was a setup you think nobody in the clintons fear knew about this meeting with prince that now bolers investigating now collusion what's even more interesting who else was at that meeting george nader george nader the source george neighbors a us citizen george nader was at that meeting between prince who had negative information on the red lynch in hillary the russian direct investment fund manager there dmitriev who was represented by clinton bundlers who works with putin the other guy at the meetings nater is nato the source who's representing native right now because mater according to multiple press reports by the way folks you think i'm making up is has been coop here's why i'm saying is he the source here's some information every this is from a pillar of the peace i think this is this this is at the intercept i think what prince did note was that lebaneseamerican businessman george nader also attended the meeting according to the post meeting with the russian dmitri write the paper reported that nader is now cooperating with the special counsel probe and has met with investigators numerous times bing bing bing bing bing.
"dmitriev" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Apd or the and and said at some point or insinuated some point according to prince you better make that go away with they found him wieners computer is going to look bad for hillary right before the election not too complicated we'll play that tomorrow the rest because it's important but it's not really relevant to what i'm talking about now now now we find out again what's been my operating theory folks muller's smokescreen it's a bait and switch he's investigating people tied to the clintons and the trump's but investigating them only first ties to trump to get these people to shut up about their ties to the clintons vex oh bird pinscher people the prince thing is critical why is the eric princeton critical obviously he had some devastating information he claims to have had that breitbart interview about corruption within the doj a pressure campaign put on the fbi in new york to make the hillary emails go away that's devastating information conveniently now muller's interviewing prints this is in today's news this is an old story the daily beast article being the show knows what's muller doing interviewing prints skyser a private citizen a government employee he's interviewing prince over a meeting he had with a guy named correal dmitriev now let me read to you about who to meet you who represents the meacham now this is important follow me here this is critical mindblowing scrambled eggs information prince who has devastating information about hillary and loretta lynch says breitbart news he's now being interviewed by muller i'm telling you this is a shut your mouth tactic i know it kicked that guy quiet he's being investigated by muller apparently for a meeting with a guy named camille career dmitriev who runs the russian direct investment fund it is an investment fund with government ties in russia that's currently under sanction by the united states government.
After suffering a miscarriage, Halsey says she is freezing her eggs at 23
"To you by tom price jury in pennsylvania convicted eighty year old bill cosby on all three counts of sexually assaulting a woman in his home in two thousand four each count carries a potential of ten years in prison the da argued cosby should be placed in jail until sentencing saying cosby god could flee in a private plane and that's when cosby yelled he doesn't have a plan you whole the judge allowed cosby remained free until his sentencing hearing which hasn't been announced yet yes surrendered his passport he must remain in his home so yeah polled the cosby show a free form by palsy was on the doctors the doctors and talking about freezing her eggs even though she's twenty three but it's a good idea because she suffers from endometriosis and she's actually had a miscarriage during a show she did a while back she said i'm twenty three and i'm going to freeze my eggs and when i tell people that they're like you're twenty twentythree why do you need that why didn't you freeze your eggs during an ovarian reserve doing an ovarian reserve is important to me because i'm fortunate enough to have that as an option but i need to be aggressive about protecting my fertility about protecting myself i'm kensington palace has announced the prince's name baby parents prince william indicate have named their third child arthur i'm sorry louis arthur charles v royal in line to the throne british betting house to wagers for weeks and james was the top choice on all their wagers a year europe celebrations for the british royal family next month prince harry mary's meghan markle later this year prince charles celebrates his seventy s and the queen's birthday gala will be this summer despite her actual birthday being last weekend more to check out online today you can see halsey on the doctor's talking all about you know freezing your eggs and dmitriev also konya posted a bunch of taxed between he and john legend and chrissy teigen was not.
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"A conspiracy theory not a conspiracy theory folks millions and millions of people the pentagon says it will be weeks until the first national guard troops are deployed to the border the details still need to be worked out with the states and one of those states california which of course has a big border with mexico is so far saying they do not agree to cooperate with this plan abc's jonathan karl special counsel robert muller obtaining evidence calling into question congressional testimony given by trump supporter and blackwater founder erik prince last year brother of education secretary betsy devos was irritated by democrats raising questions about a meeting the head with a russian with close ties to vladimir putin half a world away at the seychelles islands the days just before trump's inauguration they're asking us fishing expedition questions prince it's a house investigators he had met putin ally in russian businessman career dmitriev in the seychelles by chance i didn't fly there to meet any russian guy prints testified last november president he had gone there to discuss possible business opportunities with officials from the united arab emirates and he said they suggested he meet with the russian but princess testimony is now being revisited because of george nader eleven american with international connections sources tell abc news robert muller has obtained documents from nature that appear to conflict with princess testimony about the seychelles encounter nature now a key witnesses testified before muller's grand jury at least four times sources say among the documents muller has secured those suggesting nater met with prince at the pierre hotel in new york city on january third two thousand seventeen and within twenty four hours later sent prince detail bio information on dmitriev showing he was a powerful putin ally a week later prince was in the seychelles having a beer with dmitriev native says he was at the seychelles meeting something prince never mentioned it and it's gonna snow testimony press at night going to the seychelles as a representative of the.
"dmitriev" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"According to the post the emory's arranged this secret meeting on january eleventh just nine days before donald trump's inauguration and the meeting was between eric prints and a russian oligarch named kierell dmitriev that guy controls a ten billion dollar sovereign wealth fund that was created by the russian government the purpose of that meeting according to the washington post was to quote explore whether russia could be persuaded to kerr tale its relationship with iran including in syria ah trump administration objective that would be likely to require major concessions to moscow on us sanctions the washington post also said that eric prince presented himself as an unofficial on voi for trump this meeting has also been characterized as eric prince helping to set up a back channel communication between trump and russia will after the story came out eric prince went public and blasted it he said bullshit and that he had never heard of carol dmitri of before he met him at a bar and that this was just an innocent chance encounter suggested impromptu by someone from the emirati delegation eric prince said that he just had a beer with carol dmitriev and that the russian probably was drinking vodka and that there wasn't much more to it if they asked me to meet with some russian which actually did i was happened to be there i met a russian who pretty thin some fund manager i can't even remember his name finance but you you don't remember as you'll remember his name we didn't exchange guards.
"dmitriev" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"That you have to i mean i don't think that they they ask him specifically about george nader but anyway here's what they're saying that according to this new report from cnn that they were all together there and they were setting up this back channel to russia and so i'm thinking okay this is january of 2017 list just play along with him for a moment and say that trump is sent this guy this emissary whose betsy devos his brother in a trump associate the set of this back channeled to russia in january of 2017 after the election okay what does that mean they never had a channel with russia i thought there was russian collusion all during the campaign so you're telling me okay if i'm going to believe cnn so they didn't set up a back channel to russia until january of 2017 after the election than what about all this collusion you've been told us about on the wish a back channel uh we probably shouldn't said that while they're not thinking obviously they're just trying to find anything they can throw in the mix it makes trump look ban and as russia attached to it but apparently this guy had met met with some loses groomer he met with some guy that run some dmitriev chief executive of the state run russian direct investment fund although it's unclear whether nader was involved in the conversation well now they're saying he lied about it now we don't even know of nato was there and george not ralph by the way so i'm looking to this holiday the enron why doesn't somebody else his i'd always falls to me doesn't to put this together why does why aren't in the folks all over fox trauma this if cnn and all these democrats saying c he was setting up a back channel to russia okay he was setting up a back channel the russian january of 2017 that means they didn't have a back channel to russia all during the campaign is that what you're trying to tell me will no i mean what you're saying they're setting up a back channel where russia after the election then you're telling me that in have one during the election so where's the russian collusion no more questions you're on checkmate quick time out we'll get you thoughts in a moment one eight hundred six one eight bill that's one eight hundred six one eight seven 445 back in two i'm an extended mandate show.
"dmitriev" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"In the upper fleet fit yay give flush found that he can prove it we've all even lemon tree controlled all the russian state duma we've only got the chance michel the band please efficient and in terms of the intelligence connections to as the the the bank we know that second go cough the italian head graduated from the academy the federal security services of russia but he's predescessor stats vladimir dmitriev um he was served as a diplomat in the russian embassy in in stockholm uh and was expelled uh for espionage at from sweden in nineteen ninetythree we also know that the the bank is being used by russian intelligence services uh to give cover to spies and evie be employer you've guinea breakoff he was arrested in two thousand fifteen in the united states sentenced to thirty months in prison and of course who was he tried to recruit none other than donald trump's foreign affairs advisor kata page of my god there is so much smoke around this russian story i mean it's it just keeps going on and the drip keep stripping so let me explain the uh the role we know it this it since putin slushfund as so has it operate in terms of putin's former employees at the end of his name well i think that's going on bank all along has beaten in a kgb operations as the as a foreign bank it back to the soviet union had they had find the foreign banks with very much uh it is for is in all she is during the cold war and the natiq linens found to function and continues functioning like these and went on to understand that is the wind any bank which is not the bank and the which is no good is stateowned formerly why is it along to have an whole he if all through it will function by us fish early in july two thousand fourteen and off their it's number two uh the representative here we've got cough beam that it does for espionage when bought fiend in that true a decision would be to expand the move it if the b o v v it's on the united states.