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Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 hrs ago

Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

"Israeli Israeli prime prime minister minister Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett is is urging urging world world leaders leaders to to take take a a hard hard line line against against Iran Iran and and nuclear nuclear deal deal negotiations negotiations as as world world powers powers sit sit down down with with Iran Iran in in Vienna Vienna in in hopes hopes of of restoring restoring the the tiger tiger twenty twenty fifteen fifteen nuclear nuclear deal deal Israel Israel watches watches with with growing growing concern concern over over possible possible renegotiations renegotiations last last week's week's talks talks in in Vienna Vienna resumed resumed after after a a more more than than five five month month hiatus hiatus and and we're we're the the first first in in which which Iran's Iran's new new hard hard line line government government participated participated at at an an important important step step forward forward for for the the U. U. S. S. after after former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was strong strong encouragement encouragement from from Israel Israel withdrew withdrew from from the the deal deal in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen Bennett's Bennett's top top defense defense and and intelligence intelligence officials officials headed headed to to Washington Washington to to discuss discuss the the flailing flailing talks talks and and says says Iran Iran must must begin begin to to pay pay a a price price for for its its violations violations I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on AP News Radio

"Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett is urging world leaders to take a hard line against Iran and nuclear deal negotiations as world powers sit down with Iran in Vienna in hopes of restoring the tiger 2015 nuclear deal Israel watches with growing concern over possible renegotiations last week's talks in Vienna resumed after a more than 5 month hiatus and we're the first in which Iran's new hard line government participated at an important step forward for the U. S. after former president Donald Trump was strong encouragement from Israel withdrew from the deal in 2018 Bennett's top defense and intelligence officials headed to Washington to discuss the flailing talks and says Iran must begin to pay a price for its violations I'm Naomi Shannon Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett is urging world leaders to take a hard line against Iran and nuclear deal negotiations as world powers sit down with Iran in Vienna in hopes of restoring the tiger 2015 nuclear deal Israel watches with growing concern over possible renegotiations last week's talks in Vienna resumed after a more than 5 month hiatus and we're the first in which Iran's new hard line government participated at an important step forward for the U. S. after former president Donald Trump was strong encouragement from Israel withdrew from the deal in 2018 Bennett's top defense and intelligence officials headed to Washington to discuss the flailing talks and says Iran must begin to pay a price for its violations I'm the only Shannon Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett is urging world leaders to take a hard line against Iran and nuclear deal negotiations as world powers sit down with Iran in Vienna in hopes of restoring the tiger 2015 nuclear deal Israel watches with growing concern over possible renegotiations last week's talks in Vienna resumed after a more than 5 month hiatus and we're the first in which Iran's new hard line government participated at an important step forward for the U. S. after former president Donald Trump was strong encouragement from Israel withdrew from the deal in 2018 Bennett's top defense and intelligence officials headed to Washington to discuss the flailing talks and says Iran must begin to pay a price for its violations I'm Naomi Shannon Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett is urging world leaders to take a hard line against Iran and nuclear deal negotiations as world powers sit down with Iran in Vienna in hopes of restoring the tiger 2015 nuclear deal Israel watches with growing concern over possible renegotiations last week's talks in Vienna resumed after a more than 5 month hiatus and we're the first in which Iran's new hard line government participated at an important step forward for the U. S. after former president Donald Trump was strong encouragement from Israel withdrew from the deal in 2018 Bennett's top defense and intelligence officials headed to Washington to discuss the flailing talks and says Iran must begin to pay a price for its violations I'm the only Shannon

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Bill O'Reilly and Donald Trump Hit the Road for Their 'History Tour'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 1 d ago

Bill O'Reilly and Donald Trump Hit the Road for Their 'History Tour'

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. It is a surreal moment right now. For me to be able to interview some of that I grew up watching and that I have a great amount of respect for Bill O'Reilly is with us today. Bill, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Appreciate me and Charlie. So you have a very important announcement in something very exciting that is coming up. And I'm going to do everything I possibly can to either attend or to watch every minute of this because I know that this is not just going to be a softball interview, but it won't be a gotcha thing when you do this upcoming tour with president Donald Trump. Talk a little bit about it. I'm so excited to hear about this location dates times and how people can attend if they're interested. Okay, so we're going to be in Fort Lauderdale sunrise at the live arena. That's where the Panthers play. Saturday, December 11th. It's coming up in about ten days. And then the next day, we're going to be in Orlando, the magic play. On Sunday, December 12th, then the next weekend we're going to Houston, the Toyota center on Saturday and the American Airlines center in Dallas on Sunday.

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Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:48 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"My depth here, but given given the amount and gravity of abuse of that practically blank check to defame people, almost complete toleration of defamation on grounds of its all part of freedom of expression. Given that, I suspect the court would say, again, we really have to we have to modify this. I mean, look, you don't want to muzzle with bread so you don't want the press to be intimidated from the gentleman investigation or legitimate criticism. We're not talking about that. Neither you are, nor right. And but the idea that can just, I mean, I don't mind the national inquirer, but that story that it years ago, but Carol Burnett's biological father being a creature from outer space. I mean, it's hilarious in that way. But it's nonsense. And I just got to be more responsible. Yeah. In the meantime, I think the pugilistic style of individuals like Donald Trump on Twitter is to be expected, is it not? Yeah, that's the only U.S. about my experience. The way I deal with defamation was I had plenty of access to immediate to reply to the people defaming me. And frankly, my talents, it's slinging in vector around. Are not bad. And for the most part, people don't attack me anymore. Well, find out for yourself, how talented he is with the English language, truly marvelous, not only rack onto, but write the ones that I recommend first of our matter of principle and then of course any of his presidential histories. You can start with the most relevant one, because I do believe after next year is going to be more relevant than ever. It is a president like no other Donald J Trump and the restoring of America. We have been talking to our regular guest lord Conrad black co host along with Victor Davis Hansen and Bill Bennett of the podcast scholars and cents and you can follow him at Conrad M black..

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Jan. 6 panel postpones deposition with former DOJ official

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Jan. 6 panel postpones deposition with former DOJ official

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the house house panel panel investigating investigating the the capital capital insurrection insurrection postpones postpones a a deposition deposition with with the the former former department department of of justice justice official official the the select select house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth capital capital insurrection insurrection has has postponed postponed a a deposition deposition that that was was scheduled scheduled for for Saturday Saturday with with former former justice justice department department official official Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark a a committee committee spokesman spokesman said said Clark Clark has has a a medical medical condition condition that that precludes precludes his his participation participation and and the the deposition deposition has has been been rescheduled rescheduled for for December December sixteenth sixteenth the the committee committee is is giving giving Clark Clark a a second second chance chance to to appear appear after after voting voting Wednesday Wednesday to to recommend recommend contempt contempt charges charges after after Clark Clark declined declined to to answer answer questions questions at at the the deposition deposition in in November November according according to to a a Senate Senate Judiciary Judiciary Committee Committee report report Clark Clark met met with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump ahead ahead of of the the insurrection insurrection and and then then unsuccessfully unsuccessfully pressed pressed the the justice justice department department supervisors supervisors to to announce announce an an investigation investigation of of election election fraud fraud the the report report said said trump trump pondered pondered elevating elevating Clark Clark to to Attorney Attorney General General but but held held off off after after several several aides aides threatened threatened to to resign resign hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

00:25 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"Me I'll retweet it That's a great way to do it I don't do Twitter They basically can go to Ed dot gov look on the bottom right side where it says how do I dot dot dot question Mark just how do I Make Click on that it'll take you scroll down and you can find that Third session the first week of linear starting to break up But I'll check it out Thank you very much I appreciate it Larry and Los Angeles Hey Larry What's up All right I want to talk about it easy And he starts a long time ago because they're consumers Don't act like Americans They don't go and spend all their money as soon as they get it Like Americans do So the Japanese the Japanese government decided they wanted to have their corporations be funded We're basically on the same level that Americans corporating our fund So they did quantitative easing and what that does is expand the money supply Basically turning their currency into junk over time And so what that did is all of those Japanese citizens who were saving their money in their mattress because they had seen so many disasters while the earthquakes and we dropping bombs on the bottom the nuclear disaster that they had in the power company And tsunamis when you sit back and look at it they were always making sure that if a disaster another one comes they would have money at home But Americans don't act like that because we haven't seen the disasters that they have including the Japanese generation I knew parents I knew people in my parents generation who literally had cash stashes at home And I'm not talking rich people I'm talking middle class people who had 5000 bucks in $10 bills hidden under their beds Nice stuff My father did the same thing I walked into his house one day I put my hand on top of the grandfather's squat And look the whole stack of paper I just grabbed it all and it was about $20,000 What is this doing here And he goes that's my money and I got more of it Elsewhere I said you need to take that to the bank So I talked to him in the paper to the bank He had no bars on his own This is Los Angeles He had no bars on his windows No nothing could stop somebody from walking in and doing exactly what I did walking out with the money Right So and that's because he lived through The Great Depression Yeah same with the Japanese went through tsunamis earthquakes and dimensional national the nuclear power plant that blew up And then we dropped to a ton of fun And we do that The banks are closed And so if you want to live you have to keep the money at home And that's what the Japanese people were doing sort of Japanese government decided okay we'll just ruin their money that they have faith in their inflation And through inflation Yeah And so then we'll just take all that money and using quantitative easing to buy up corporate assets and America has been watching this for a long time And so they decided that hey we could do the same thing And that's what they did when George Bush admittedly destroyed capitalism to save it And that was him bringing all that money in to the corporations And then they did the game for Donald Trump And when you sit down and think about what they did and Donald Trump that was about $12 trillion they gave to the top 2% to 3% And then some of the congressmen and senators started complaining What are you going to do for Main Street So he set aside 100 actually 1.2 $1 trillion I believe And he made so many he being Jerome on it Yeah there were so many restrictions on that He only spent 16 billion That's what the crumbs to the little people And they gave the billionaires they gained money Go ahead It's the first time in history where you had a recession and the risk got rich here That's interesting Richard I thought the rich man Richard during The Great Depression too No they were jumping out of buildings and committing suicide The same thing in Europe a couple of guys jumped out of building the committed suicide when George W. Bush gave us the Great Recession The only guy that I'm aware of that killed himself with a poor guy who didn't know how to stock market work And he over extended himself but it was ruined his life as he killed himself He was a poor guy No rich people killed themselves Donald Trump blew up the recession That's because a quickly is really sharp turnaround where they just started pouring the billion They got an absolutely massive bailout Fascinating history Larry Larry thank you very much It's always great to hear from you Thank you Jim in Austin Texas hey Jim what's on your mind today Well good morning Tom I'm calling about what you were talking about Ron DeSantis putting into military force Right The conversation from you and your callers has been my God we can't let this happen soon Lots of other states will do it What Tom that's been true for over a hundred years What these are what are called state defense forces They recognized under 32 United States code section one O 9 and also on the constitutions and statutes of various states In fact ironically I live in Austin in the headquarters of the Texas state guard It's just a couple of miles from my house and before dawn this morning I was out there exercising a great running track in Jim they have over there These have been around forever They suffer from problems in various states at various times and a lot of arguments and issues Here the people I know they're involved In fact I was asked to join years ago but didn't So you have this in Texas already and it is run by the state They answered a Greg Abbott and nobody else Yes they have an in Texas California Oregon California Washington just mentioned in your state A number of other states throughout the country have state defense forces They are not the National Guard Most people confuse them with the National Guard But they are not Interesting And they're generally used in situations of floods and other national I mean emergency enter to pick up when the National Guard yet sell Federalized to try to help out But sometimes they can do things that one would question for example here in Texas a few years ago you remember probably remember that Jade helm controversy and how I guess it was Abbott's band While he was going to use the state guard to do something to save us from the Jade hill helm threat So most of what I know in Texas has been pretty legitimate people when we have floods and on the coast and whatnot people from here go down there to help out Interesting But there have been problems here and in other states there have been.

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Joe Biden's Approval Rating Is 36% Because Nobody Trusts Him Anymore

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden's Approval Rating Is 36% Because Nobody Trusts Him Anymore

"The big Moe's turning against them Another reason the big mow is turning against Joe Biden and momentum is going against It was not just because of his dreadful policies But nobody trusts him anymore Folks the guy I can't say this enough He keeps telling his autobiography autobiographical story and it's in the fiction section of the story He just keeps making stuff up every day So it's bad enough that his portfolio of policies is failing based on every available metric Labor force participation inflation consumer sentiment GDP growth It's gone down since he's gotten to office based on every single available touchable feel about metric Joe Biden is losing But Democrats usually run cover for Brad Democrat presidents when their policies blow it So why is Joe Biden at a uniquely low 36% right now approval rate Well not just his policy suck but the guy can't get out of his own way when he's telling his own life story and nobody trusts the guy anymore Listen folks one of the most damaging political narratives out there is a political narrative that changes a preexisting thought about who you thought a candidate or a person was You know it's why I make the case to you during the 2016 campaign that all stuff I came out about Donald Trump You know everybody had already heard it before They'd heard it before It didn't change a preexisting narrative about people already heard it before They already understood it all Think about Biden as Biden ran in 2020 against Trump as a stability agent As a guy who was going to level off these emotional peaks and valleys the country was going to under Trump That's what he ran on there He ran as like a man of integrity as a lunch bucket Joe was a Scranton kid Folks the reason this guy's approval ratings are 36% is because none of that's

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Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:53 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Happy Friday to you And there's a lot going on today I really want to get into the whole issue of the Trump he's in the mask holes and what Germany is on the edge of doing an Austria has already done if I'm reading the Financial Times correctly We'll also attend and goes Friday It's just you and me all day So we've got three hours and the telephone number is two O two 8 O 8 99 25 whatever you want to talk about today We could talk about pigeons we can talk about flying saucers We can talk about the Santa's form in his own militia which is something I want to get into But I want to start by sharing a riff with you that are a ramp that I published over at Harvard report dot com this morning That has already I posted it over on Facebook and Twitter and it has already caused people to call me a Nazi So here this is from Brian on Facebook So Tom Hardman joins the new American Nazi Party Denying citizens their personal freedom Such hypocrisy Jess says Tom you sound like a psychopath And the virus isn't going anywhere And then Andrew says how could you possibly enforce this Well what is it that they're raising all these questions about Well here's today's piece My headline is locked down the unvaccinated so America can get back to normal Now let me lay out this argument for you The German parliament just mandated that everybody working in any kind of healthcare setting which includes elder care must be vaccinated to maintain their employment There are already laws to that effect in Greece in France and Italy And in multiple states in the United States Including here in Oregon They also will be deciding soon whether to extend a mandatory lockdown to all unvaccinated Germans across the entire nation This is what the Financial Times wrote yesterday Quote using what is known in Germany as the two G rule soon only the vaccinated and those who have recovered from COVID will be able to go into shops and cultural institutions Once the rules are implemented a household of vaccine holdouts will only be able to meet two people from another household Now meanwhile President Biden just put forward a fairly anodyne proposal that the occupational safety and health administration say that with large companies which they can easily regulate that if you have more than a hundred employees everybody has to be vaccinated That has been put on hold by four different Trump appointed judges Talking about literally liberty Yeah So why would these partisan Republicans and judicial drag make such nakedly idiotic rulings Well all you need to do to get their reasoning is step into the wayback machine and go back to 2020 You know last year This is from the Boston Herald editorial by grace curly She says the Democrats in D.C. are cheering for the coronavirus keep in mind This is when Trump was president The Democrats in D.C. are cheering for the coronavirus Sad to say but it's the truth House speaker Nancy Pelosi and her ilk want the president to fail at all costs The coronavirus strongest Dolores as far as Democrats are concerned is the effect it's having on the stock market Right Donald Trump Jr. on Fox News He said Democrats are hoping the coronavirus quote comes here and kills millions of people so they can end Donald Trump's streak of winning Right Freedom wear Ryan James Here's my theory in a nutshell The Democrat Democrats want to increase testing because keep in mind this is back in April of 2020 Because they know that more tests will increase the number of confirmed cases thus ensuring the economy doesn't reopen for an even longer stretch of time You might be asking why they would want this Well because it will hurt president Trump's reelection chances Rush Limbaugh a year and a half ago or almost two years ago said it looks like the coronavirus is being weaponized as yet another element to bring down Donald Trump The media thinks this is the new Russia This is going to get Trump They're gleeful They're happy This is going to destroy the economy magically by November And then Eric Trump weighs in and says they're doing it for one reason They want to hurt Trump After November 3rd coronavirus will magically all of a sudden go away and disappear and everybody will be able to reopen You get the idea right Throughout the Trump presidency all these right-wing commentators You could literally find thousands of these kinds of kinds of commentary on the Internet All these right-wing commentators were saying oh the Democrats are talking about the virus because they want Trump to fail in November of 2020 Well the virus did take down Trump because it took down the economy And when economies go down people vote for the other party It's been going that way since the election of 1800 And now that the Democrats are in power Republicans are trying to reverse that but look at what they're doing I mean you've got this army of hustlers and grifters who are out there selling stuff like Ivermectin You've got social media trolls from other countries telling us hey look out That vaccine is dangerous stuff You.

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DefiantLs Twitter Blasts Joe Biden for 'Remain in Mexico' Reinstatement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 2 d ago

DefiantLs Twitter Blasts Joe Biden for 'Remain in Mexico' Reinstatement

"There's a really funny Twitter site called defiant L's. It's very profound actually. The L stands, my team, Yuri on my team tells me that stands for losses. As in leftist losses, defiant L's. They lose and they brag about it. Even when they're losing, they're sort of bragging about it. And what it does is it takes somebody's tweet from a while ago and compares it to a tweet today. Like they found some lady, and generally they're verified Twitter accounts. They found some lady who said, I'm never going to take the Donald Trump vaccine, no way will I ever take this monstrous president's vaccine and then now of course she's saying anybody who doesn't take the vaccine is a monster. It's that kind of thing, right? So they found Joe Biden's tweet from March 11th, 2020. This was Joe Biden's Twitter account, quote, Donald Trump's remain in Mexico policy is dangerous. Inhumane goes against everything we stand for as a nation of immigrants, my administration will end it. Promised Joe Biden. Maybe you voted for him for that promise. Maybe you saw that promise and you said he's my guy. Well, how are you feeling now that he's reinstated Trump's remain in Mexico policy?

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Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "donald trump" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"On January 6th NBC four investigative reporter Scott mcfarlane joined W TOP's Dmitry and Dell with an update We now have another descent according to prosecutors was inside the capitol or near the capital with his or her child This couple from Virginia is accused of having their 14 year old minor in tow with them while unlawfully on the grounds And this is going to be relevant because this couple is going to face sentencing in the prosecutors are going to focus on that as an aggravating factor potentially seek a higher level sentence Per my reporting they're not the only ones There's a defendant from Montana who acknowledged bringing his young son with him and leaving his son outside that day with an adult friend as he went in prosecutors focused on that seeking a higher sentence saying the man obviously knew there was danger left his son outside and went in the capital anyway And Scott this is a major concern We're learning that more and more military veterans are being charged Yeah another charge against another former marine It's just not the first There is an active duty Marine Corps officer from Quantico who's charged by the dozens There are military veterans who've been charged and in some cases pleaded guilty And that's going to cut both ways The prosecutors when they fight for sentencing for a strict sentence for these defendants are going to give them credit for their service but also argue they should have known better They've served their country before They should know better So this is a dynamic that we're seeing increasingly frequently It also cuts both ways A judge gave a warning at sentencing this week's cop that you say should concern every one of the nearly 700 defendants Yeah as we see sentencing to begin we have 675 defendants a few dozen have finally closed their cases and reached sentence 6 So we have a small sample size But one judge this week really leaned in saying Donald Trump and The White House ellipse speech January 6th Stoked the crowd It may be partly responsible for the crowd but the judge doesn't want to hear defendants blame Donald Trump or the rally for what they did She said you all are adults responsible for your own actions That takes an arrow out of the quiver For a lot of defendants you've already said they've parted ways with Donald Trump and blame him for some of what happened that day It's an argument at least some judges don't want to hear it It's got one further thing before you go Some say that the judges are now sending signals to Merrick Garland saying that we're sentencing these low level participants but you should be going after the big fish They've been unequivocal about that They're expressing their concern in vibrant ways inside these courtrooms saying that they are not pleased with the guilty pleas prosecutors are pursuing because it ties their hands in so many cases their tiny hands of these judges with low level plea agreements that give the judges very little wiggle room at sentencing very little ability to calibrate their sentences based on low middle and high tier defendants We'll see if that trend and that complaint continues when the higher level conspiracy defendants finally reach guilty pleas or trial and go to sentence That is NBC four.

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Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting lawyers lawyers who who allied allied with with Donald Donald Trump Trump after after the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election must must pay pay one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions nine nine lawyers lawyers aligned aligned with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump including including Sidney Sidney Powell Powell and and L. L. Lin Lin would would have have been been ordered ordered to to pay pay the the city city of of Detroit Detroit and and the the state state of of Michigan Michigan a a total total of of one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions for for abusing abusing the the court court system system with with a a sham sham lawsuit lawsuit challenging challenging the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election results results the the total total includes includes more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty three three thousand thousand dollars dollars going going to to Detroit Detroit the the sanctions sanctions will will cover cover the the legal legal costs costs incurred incurred by by the the city city and and Michigan Michigan in in defending defending against against the the lawsuit lawsuit the the money money must must be be paid paid within within thirty thirty days days U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Linda Linda Parker Parker who who imposed imposed the the sanctions sanctions in in August August rejected rejected most most of of the the attorney's attorney's objections objections to to the the proposed proposed award award for for Detroit Detroit but but she she did did reduce reduce it it by by twenty twenty nine nine thousand thousand dollars dollars Parker Parker previously previously ordered ordered to to each each of of the the lawyers lawyers to to undergo undergo twelve twelve hours hours of of legal legal education education including including six six hours hours in in election election law law hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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The Political Cost of Distancing Yourself From President Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 3 d ago

The Political Cost of Distancing Yourself From President Trump

"I think the real message behind Chris Christie's book not selling is not the message in the book, but the fact that like Hillary, he has become irrelevant. I would take it one step further, I think the fact that Chris Christie is sort of denouncing Donald Trump, even though he claims their friends still and pretends that everything's all as well. I don't think it would be right with president Trump. I don't think he would say good things right now that Chris Christie. So the fact that he sold like 2000 books or something his first week and it has bombed despite all that media infatuation he had. He was everywhere every network show the view. We interviewed him, you know? I've always liked governor Christie. But like the phrase I like to use, the dogs don't like the food evidently and it's not a winning message for a prominent Republican. And I do think this is the political lesson here. There is a kind of a losing message behind denouncing or criticizing or trying to distance yourself from Donald Trump. It's not going to work. Americans miss the guy. We look back at those four years wishfully and realize how much better we are, how much better we were under president Trump than President Biden.

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AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 d ago

AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

"Military military explosives explosives have have banished banished and and have have shown shown up up in in the the civilian civilian world world demolition demolition trainer trainer sergeant sergeant Travis Travis Blosser Blosser started started collecting collecting leftover leftover explosives explosives in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen fearing fearing Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton would would beat beat Donald Donald Trump Trump you you know know crazy crazy the the world world is is out out there there so so it's it's like like well well you you know know I've I've also also got got that that just just in in case case if if you you know know the the world world does does start start coming coming to to an an end end or or anything anything crazy crazy like like that that that that I I can can protect protect me me and and my my family family any any B. B. investigation investigation found found possibly possibly thousands thousands of of armor armor piercing piercing grenades grenades hundreds hundreds of of pounds pounds of of plastic plastic explosives explosives as as well well as as land land mines mines and and rockets rockets have have been been stolen stolen from from or or lost lost by by the the armed armed forces forces over over the the past past decade decade in in Mississippi Mississippi Chris Chris Smith Smith was was very very close close when when an an artillery artillery shell shell exploded exploded at at a a recycling recycling yard yard okay okay member member Bob Bob flus flus heard heard explosion explosion while while slime slime or or or or or or what what Smith Smith says says the the military military needs needs to to make make this this a a priority priority I I was was anticipating anticipating liars liars man man for for no no reason reason at at all all military military officials officials the the thieves thieves in in the the ranks ranks are are a a small small minority minority I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Trump was COVID-positive before debate, ex-aide says in book

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Trump was COVID-positive before debate, ex-aide says in book

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting an an ex ex aide aide says says in in a a book book former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was coded coded positive positive before before his his first first debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows writes writes in in a a new new book book that that then then president president Donald Donald Trump Trump tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen three three days days before before his his first first presidential presidential debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden in in September September twenty twenty twenty twenty the the guardian guardian obtained obtained a a copy copy of of the the chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs ahead ahead of of its its December December seventh seventh release release in in it it metals metals right right trump trump received received a a negative negative test test shortly shortly after after the the positive positive test test and and resumed resumed his his usual usual activities activities including including attending attending the the debate debate the the virus virus spread spread among among the the White White House House and and campaign campaign staff staff and and trump trump announced announced in in a a tweet tweet on on October October second second twenty twenty twenty twenty that that he he and and First First Lady Lady melania melania trump trump had had tested tested positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus trump trump was was admitted admitted to to Walter Walter Reed Reed national national military military Medical Medical Center Center the the next next day day Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up Washington Washington

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Celebrity surgeon Dr. Oz running for Senate in Pennsylvania

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Celebrity surgeon Dr. Oz running for Senate in Pennsylvania

"A a popular popular TV TV doctors doctors prescribing prescribing a a political political future future for for himself himself senator senator oz oz if if voters voters in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania go go his his way way it it could could well well be be doctor doctor met met Matt Matt oz oz is is running running for for the the vacant vacant Senate Senate seat seat in in the the keystone keystone state state he he is is running running as as a a Republican Republican and and he he will will bring bring major major name name recognition recognition and and wealth wealth to to one one of of the the nation's nation's most most competitive competitive races races in in a a one one minute minute video video on on social social media media as as mentioned mentioned some some of of the the issues issues that that would would likely likely endeared endeared him him to to voters voters loyal loyal to to Donald Donald Trump Trump key key because because the the candidate candidate that that was was endorsed endorsed by by the the former former president president has has just just left left the the race race always always use use the the trump trump phrase phrase America America first first and and vow vow to to fight fight a a government government that that he he says says has has mishandled mishandled the the code code nineteen nineteen pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

"You know the Asian Psaki chili and sake why is this Peter doocy from Fox News How come this isn't racist but when Trump did it was racist and she said well Peter I think it has something to do with president Trump the tweet that Donald Trump said or something like that Now give me a break Look either travel bans are racist or they're not racist They can't be wonder Well it's racist when a Republican does it not racist when a Democrat does it And the World Health Organization even said this travel ban is stupid It's not even do anything And the next time a country finds a variant they're not going to want to tell anybody because they're going to know they're going to get punished by some political hack in Washington who just wants to try to show people that they're doing something even though it does nothing I mean there's nothing Come on you know that I know that If it was so dangerous they would have put the travel ban in place that day Instead they go it's really bad So we're gonna put a travel ban in next week So travel now well you can Smoke them if you got them I'm so

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Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting an an appeals appeals court court orders orders the the release release of of some some older older reports reports passages passages a a federal federal appeals appeals court court has has ruled ruled to to the the justice justice department department can't can't disclose disclose certain certain redacted redacted passages passages from from the the Russia Russia investigation investigation report report compiled compiled by by special special counsel counsel Robert Robert Muller Muller that that relate relate to to individuals individuals who who were were investigated investigated by by prosecutors prosecutors but but not not charged charged the the ruling ruling came came in in a a public public records records complaint complaint from from the the news news organization organization buzzfeed buzzfeed the the three three judge judge panel panel ruled ruled passages passages buzzfeed buzzfeed sued sued to to see see can can be be disclosed disclosed because because they they involve involve facts facts available available elsewhere elsewhere in in the the report report specifically specifically the the appeals appeals court court said said the the justice justice department department must must disclose disclose redacted redacted information information about about the the Muller Muller team's team's decision decision not not to to prosecute prosecute an an unnamed unnamed person person for for campaign campaign finance finance violations violations buzzfeed buzzfeed contends contends that that person person is is likely likely Donald Donald Trump Trump junior junior Mike Mike Crossey Crossey out out Washington Washington

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Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official

"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the house house January January six six paddle paddle schedules schedules a a contempt contempt vote vote for for a a former former DOJ DOJ official official a a house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol has has scheduled scheduled a a vote vote for for Wednesday Wednesday on on whether whether to to hold hold a a former former justice justice department department lawyer lawyer Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark in in contempt contempt Clark Clark appeared appeared for for a a deposition deposition on on November November fifth fifth but but he he told told the the panel panel he he would would not not answer answer questions questions based based partly partly on on former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's legal legal efforts efforts to to block block the the committee's committee's investigation investigation Clark Clark is is one one of of more more than than forty forty people people the the committee committee has has subpoenaed subpoenaed so so far far meantime meantime members members of of the the house house committee committee say say they they could could decide decide as as soon soon as as this this week week whether whether to to hold hold former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows in in contempt contempt as as well well Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 5 d ago

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban

"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister

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How the Pandemic Crushed the Middle Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 5 d ago

How the Pandemic Crushed the Middle Class

"The one common theme that will not be covered by The New York Times. Recovered by any meaningful I don't even call it The New York Times meaningful, but they have mass distribution, no doubt. Mainstream drive by activist outlet is the deterioration of America's working class. That finally, blue collar workers and people in the muscular class of our country welders and carpenters, electricians, we're starting to make meaningful gains under president Donald Trump. But as soon as we decided to lock down our country, we minted 500 new billionaires. Do you know there were 500 new billionaires in the last 18 months, new billionaires? There was a $3.8 trillion upward wealth transfer from working people to the ruling class. You will not have a country. Let me say this again. You will not have a country without a stable, robust, anti fragile middle class. It will not happen. You see the middle class is not dependent on the state, and they're equally skeptical of the rulers and their skeptical of the permanently poor. Middle class life must always come first when it comes to how are we going to create a robust and long-lasting society and civilization? The middle class has always been a hedge against the government getting too involved in your life for your business. The latest kind of wave of middle class anger has come from moms and dads in school boards across the country. But that really is just the latest manifestation of the economic angst and anxiety that has been created by a kleptocratic oligarchic grueling class that locked down the country unnecessarily is now firing people from their jobs not want to take a vaccine. And then punishing people if they dare disagree with the status quo.

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Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Explains Joe Biden's COVID Failures

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 6 d ago

Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Explains Joe Biden's COVID Failures

"First, these statistical numbers, I mean, The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes President Biden may not recall what he said during a 2021 campaign debate last fall, but Americans should, anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America. COVID deaths this year have now surpassed the toll in 2020. Wall Street Journal points out it would shame that mister Biden has done no better than Donald Trump in defeating COVID. Despite the benefit of vaccines better therapies and more clinical experience. The left politicized COVID by holding mister Trump responsible for a disease that was always going to be hard to defeat. Biden said, if the president had done his job, all the people would still be alive. The Wall Street Journal says that was his false as anything mister Trump has ever said. But most journalists and experts agreed with the basic premise, mister Trump had blood on his hands. The world's top medical journals called for mister Trump's defeat. The Wall Street Journal writes about Biden's COVID death milestone. Because of the Trump administration's preparation they say, the U.S. led most of the world in vaccinations. Yeah, mister Biden had no plan to deal with a large numbers of vaccine holdouts other than to deride them. He missed his goal of getting 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4th, but proclaimed victory nonetheless. Biden blamed Republican governors and unvaccinated conservatives. Yet blacks and young people have also shown resistance reluctance to get vaccinated. They don't tend to be Republican, see Nicki Minaj and Kyrie

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Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last week

Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

"That's the opportunity here and that's why it's our job to educate And to take the opportunity and part of the education is of course by bringing about good candidates We have to have as we're heading into a midterm election cycle candidates that will bring about Reagan style values That will lead not just to win an election because your point Jimmy is well taken If you go back just four years ago what did we have Donald Trump as president of the United States and Republicans and control of Congress And what ultimately did that get us Yes it worked on certain issues for a window of time But what it didn't do was stop the movement by the left that you're talking about and they have been playing the generational game Let's not forget Marxism It goes back a little ways Karl Marx and gone for a long time right And certainly when you take a look at the major catalyst of the modern Marxist movement fingerprints all over the lensky ice of the 60s rolls for radicals Can remember if you don't have Mark Levin's book American Marxism absolutely should This would be a good gift For someone who's still trying to figure it out it's a little bit younger As an aside But that is what has it And now it's our job because it's not okay Biden sucks therefore I'm a Reagan conservative You have to have politicians that lead like Reagan did The policy has to be right

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"donald trump" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:57 min | Last week

"donald trump" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Doctor massena is on the medical staff of suburban hospital, Johns Hopkins medicine. She wrote the book aftermath healing from the Trump presidency and is an expert on narcissism. Doctor Messina, welcome to the show. It's such a pleasure to be here, Gabe. I really delighted. We are delighted to have you now in the past several years whenever I do a show on narcissistic personality disorder, the guest will inevitably cite former president Trump as a textbook case during the show. However, this is the first time that a guest has written a book on the subject. Now, I know that using any public figure as an example of anything is going to polarize the audience. However, not every public figure has a following willing to attempt overthrowing the government at their suggestion. As an expert doctor Messina, have you found that your book steals focus from your work on narcissism? Well, I think sometimes I mean courage not to talk about president Trump. While he's a poster child, I have been in groups and they've asked me not to measure my book. So hopefully that answers your question. It does. It does answer the question. So let's start at the very beginning. Doctor Messina, what exactly is a narcissist? Okay, so narcissist and I don't know if there's healthy narcissism. There are people with narcissistic traits and there are people who have a narcissistic personality disorder. I would say Donald Trump is in the latter category. When people have a disorder, it's as if they're like an egg. On the outside of an egg on the shell, you could hit it with your finger, maybe something else feels pretty sturdy. Once you crack that, everything follows that. It oozes out. There's nothing left. And narcissists often talk about when you can get them to talk about it about feeling empty. So it's like when the egg is cracked, they sometimes fly under the radar though. And not when they're blatant as the former president or people like that. But some narcissists are most of them are very charming. They can be attractive and funny. But women narcissistically injures. In other words, when the egg does crack. That's when they're so internally or psychically bruised, people refer to narcissistic injuries often. Whether narcissistically injured, that's when the other side of them come out. And all of a defense has come out. In narcissism is characteristic of people who lack empathy. They don't really understand another person, nor do they care to try to figure out what another person is feeling. I knew somebody many years ago. And this wasn't my patient, but he was in treatment for many, many years. And he learned how to say the right things. If someone came home, he knew to say, oh, hi, how was your day? But he didn't really care. He would talk to me about it. He didn't really care. He just learned the right things that one is supposed to say, what is going to be in a relationship? But generally, relationships don't work out too well. Not equal relationships. They are really, really entitled. They think they deserve certain things and just because of who they are. It doesn't matter whether they are these things. They just think they're entitled entitled to whatever it is that they want. And when they don't get it, they often have this narcissistic injury, this crack. They lack accountability. They have a great need for control and on the other side of that coin is that they're very threatened when they lose control. They typically lie, are very grandiose. They are the best. The greatest and the best and I mean, we certainly know that the former president would talk about that often talked about himself as being great, wonderful. A very setting in rallies. Very manipulative, often haughty and arrogant. They have black and white thinking. It isn't a gray world with good and bad, which brings me an amazing defense of narcissists, which is projected with identification. But just to simplify, that means that they shift plans. It's never them. It's always somebody else. And we certainly saw that a lot in the last administration. One of the criticisms that always comes up when sighting a former president is, well, they all do it. They all do it. I must have seen this in my email a thousand times. Well, you're picking on this particular politician, but they're all narcissist. Now even in research for this show, I see that politicians are often listed as having narcissistic personality disorder or they're called narcissists and the media. What set Trump apart? Because I noticed that you didn't write a book called aftermath healing from any other administration. Yeah. There's no healing from the bush or Clinton or any other administration as you're right about that. I think because Donald Trump actually, as you pointed out, I mean, certainly there are theories about and I believe we did try to overthrow the government. But he's right on the money in terms of being a narcissist. If you look at every single descriptor, you'll find that Donald Trump does fit in the category of that description. However, I would like to say that there is a range in the narcissistic spectrum..

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 Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case

"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.

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"donald trump" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"donald trump" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Obviously we should just pause to say that like this is why is a giant lie but nevertheless this found purchase because it was so aggressively cultivated by people like donald trump who as every new yorker particularly of my age knows has played this casually violent native ism for his entire public career and make sure as well that he's present at these moments of eruption he's present for instance went in two thousand ten a new york city mom and his wife his business partners try and set up a community center near ground zero where one had already been an actual muslim place of worship right there. This is not foreign to new york city. This is these are new yorkers. They set up something that they see as a muslim equivalent of the ninety second street. Y which is like. It's a jewish space that plays an important role in the intellectual life of new york city. Generally and this gets converted with. Donald trump is as a leading carnival barker endangering people's lives into the so called ground zero mosque which viewed and portrayed actively by islamophobic bigots exploiting the pain of nine eleven as the equivalent of the second turning highest afia into a mosque after conquering constantinople. In fourteen fifty three and all throughout the obama presidency with things like the cultivated assaults in various state legislatures around the country against so called sharia law that was exactly the kind of eruption of native ism that we would later see on the streets of charlotte. Because what it saying is that they are replacing you. They're replacing your culture. Your values your tradition and ultimately your place in the american racial caste that while it doesn't guarantee you this is supposed to provide you with a level of material comfort that lets you and not others live in dignity over time. The pain of the war on terror the agony of being inconclusive and sitting in tremendous conflict with american exceptionalism because now suddenly the people that have been described. He was subhuman. Are winning these conflicts. This goes searching for an explanation. For why this atrocious circumstance should be happening and donald trump comes along and has an explanation ready to go..

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"donald trump" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"donald trump" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The costs associated. It helps us hire more staff and travel the country. I wanna think randy from eden prairie thank you. I wanna think jennifer from tempe arizona. Thank you. I wanna think eric from saint petersburg florida. Thank you lisa from torrance california. Thank you dave from oklahoma. Thank you and mike. From scottsdale. Arizona for becoming a monthly supporter. Thank you charlie kirk dot com slash support. That's charlie kirk dot com slash support. If you're inspired by the episode and you like the work we are doing and you wanna say hey. I want to help you. Charlie and help your team do what you do. Best in just the last week turning point. Usa hosted at student. Action summit spoken albuquerque three speeches in roswell new mexico. We did our turning point. Action event in phoenix were back in phoenix. Now giving you the news and also this conversation with donald trump. So please support us if you can charlie kirk dot com slash support. Buckle up everybody here. We go charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. Won't you to know. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie running the white house i want to thank. Charlie's an incredible guy his spirit. His love of this country's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point. Usa not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. How.

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"donald trump" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"donald trump" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Matters like we you know. Well we have great assets he managing. It'll be good but like you know. This wasn't a financial benefit for nancy. Pelosi again the democrats can have it both ways right if it was donald trump making that kind of money creating stocks while making the decisions on things that will influence those stocks. There would be outrage of epic proportions right. If the secret service has to book a hotel in near one of donald trump's places there's a story about spent thirty two dollars it's enriching trump. You know they don't talk about the things that the cost they don't talk about any of that stuff wasn't people as husband. Makes one hundred billion dollars on stock trades on things they should directly influencing crickets again liberal privilege at its finest. So it's not good for business. But i think in the end. You know we're patriotic americans and doing the right thing for our country. I'm the father five young children. I want them to grow up in a country that i recognize and if someone and people like donald trump. Don't step up. we're not gonna see that we're not gonna recognize this country. You know look no further than the last six months. It's truly scary. You have you know what's going on in terms of the censorship side of things you have you know the fbi totally ignoring eighteen months of riot. Looting arson murder To to make sure that they have plenty of time to try to track down. You know someone's grandmother who may or may not have been within one thousand miles of washington dc on january six. It's a freaking disgrace is what it is. You have corruption in the highest levels of law enforcement. Look at komi you know struck Brennan mccabe all of these people for the last few years you know. These institutions have been corrupted. And that seems to be just fine It's it's pretty scary. And i think we need more people to get involved in. Wake up to what's going on. We conclude our conversation with donald trump. Junior don't miss what his children call the president coming up next this is the michael berry. Show.

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"donald trump" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"donald trump" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We were talking to the indomitable spirit of donald trump junior. There's a lot of fight in this family. They don't give up. We continue our conversation. Social media d platform your father and prevented him from one of his most effective tools. And that is communication outside over the top of the media. What do we do about that. What can be done. I know he's brought a lawsuit against big tech. Is there an alternative. Is there an alternate channel. What can be done. Well i think what we do have to do is just generally speaking band together. I mean i still use those same social media platforms because they are powerful tools said and done right. I understand that. I'm going to be It's going to be harder for me to get my message out to an equal number of following someone on the other side. You know i can see in my analytics the way you know. They tried to push me at down at time. Certain things just won't go anywhere you know every couple of weeks. I got to file a complaint. Because they're trying to censor me for this. I'll have thirty million impressions one week but zero new followers for a month. You see what they do. You understand the game and yet it's powerful. I think what we really have to do. Is we have to band together. When there's one donald trump and he runs out and tries to lead the charge. But he's out there by himself. You know they can focus all their slings arrows at that one individual. I think it's a lot harder to do that. Michael you know if we have one hundred fifty million americans and frankly it's probably a lot more than that now because you know even people that would be left leaning. They see what's going on. They see you know the censorship from the government. They see censorship of basic free speech. They see you know an unequal you application of the supposed rules and they probably are getting pretty sick of that because you know what's happening to republicans today but it could happen to anyone tomorrow The way things are going on. I mean we're really developing into communism and socialism very very quickly It doesn't take a genius to sort of you know to see that with their own eyes. So i think there's plenty of americans who might say. Hey listen i may still be politically left leaning. But what's going on right now. Should scare everyone. And so i think if we all band together under the notion that you know free speech is real it should exist. It should be you know it's one of the foundations of this country that made us the greatest nation on the world and that foundation is truly at risk right now. There's a threat to it right now and you know that has happened. You know the journal journalists complaining about these things i mean. You think I if this was the other way around they would have a serious problem if it was donald trump pushing this kind of things you know the outrage the this is the end of democracy as we know it distinct ammonia crap they said for four years You know you know under donald trump. Who frankly didn't do any of these things that joe biden is doing You would be all over the place yet. They seem very quiet on this issue. and i think they've lost all credibility with the public and that's just not me saying that that's you know that's national polling saying it will your father running.

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"donald trump" Discussed on True You!

True You!

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"donald trump" Discussed on True You!

"Certain Norms that inform us about how safe we can or should be and so when when we talk about trust it's simply means there's not a whole lot of people that believe in something very different than than other people ready and all they're doing is looking for those people who believe the same things they do. Because they're safer there. So did you did you watch Donald Trump's television show The Apprentice years ago. Is that something you've watched? Yeah, I saw it. Yep. I did. I didn't quite honestly, I enjoyed it. I thought Donald Trump was an Entertainer, you know, there was something about that show. I did enjoy and for sure since you know beginning around that time which I think is when he he put himself out there the most publicly people knew the name and I knew the brand but what do you think? I'm kind of happened. Well, do you think that that The Branding that that Donald Trump created in the Years leading up to when he decided to run for president long, do you think that that brand that relationship he developed with his audience? Contributed to that sense of trust that he really does seem to have cultivated in his followers, you know as a candidate and right up through today. Do you think there was a part back there that that contributed to that level of trust them seem to have oh certainly there's there's a part of there's an identity that this idea of identity that plays a huge huge part of kind of developing a loyal following because while Well trust is something that measures how safe we are in a relationship the steps second question. Do you make my life easier? This seems a little contradictory like this. This may not make sense. But Make my life easier. You can't possibly make my life easier unless you understand who I am. Right? It's very difficult. Think about you you enter into a relationship. The reason that that relationships become more intimate is because we assume they're hope that that other person starts to understand us without us always having to tell them you probably go with this all the time with people wearing a huge the frustration right of thinking that they should know that they that someone should know something about what I care about. They should remember my birthday should know the kind of things that make that that I struggle with the things I aspire to be the things that I care about they should know that and when someone stops Caring or stopped snowing is when the relationship starts to separate but to get there. I need to know that you understand me sure and so identity becomes a part of that where I feel like we're a like Faith.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"Is a president who is said article two says I can do whatever I want. It does not. Do you think it's possible to the house. Might have to file new articles of impeachment. Yeah let's see what the Senate does the ball in their court soon house speaker. Nancy Pelosi is not ruling out even more articles of impeachment richman against the president. She says cannot stop violating the constitution. Joining me now it's MSNBC ANCHOR Yasmine former Pentagon official Rosa Brooks and Maranto Sukumar Mark President and CEO of older Latino. Thank you all for being here. But let's play for you I. This is defense secretary. Mark expert this morning about whether or not there was evidence to back up this claim. Donald trump is sort of freelance. Freelance fashion made that there were threats to four. US embassies which prompted him to kill a senior Iranian. Take a listen. He didn't say the specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes? I didn't see one with regard to four embassies. What I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was they were going to go after our embassies so probably going to go after our embassies is not is not evidence of imminent imminent threat? which is what's required for president to take this kind of action without Congress here in Liza major issue right? There was the expectation of as you heard from Defense Secretary Marcus for there but not necessarily the clear clear and imminent threat and that is the overwhelming issue that we have heard throughout this entire thing. No one is disputing. The fact that General Assoumani was involved in various activities throughout the entire the region was commanding proxy forces. To Take American lives. That being said the question has always been why why now and is it worse it and it seems that visit ministration has not presented. The evidence suggests that in fact there was a reason there was a clearing imminent threat now and why it could feasibly be worth it even in this this most recent war powers act. I mean they say here to terminate the use of the United States Armed Forces to engage in hostilities in Oregon Iran or any part of its government or military unless Congress declares war or there is an imminent armed attack upon the United States. And this is. This is the newest war powers act. That was just a passing the house. So it's still doesn't necessarily alleviate the issue that we now face and to be clear for the for the for the people watching the authorized the Iraq war does not authorize war against Iran. It is not open ended to any country. Donald trump to add to it. I WanNa get Rosa Brooks to respond to that but also let me let you listen to. NSA chief Robert O'Brien who's defending what trump has been claiming. And I think he thought the intelligence take a listen. We were very concerned about the situation. We had exquisite intelligence and the intelligence show that they were looking at US facilities throughout the region and that they wanted to inflict casualties. On American soldiers sailors airmen Marines as well as diplomats The threat was imminent. I saw the intelligence. There's been a lot of discussion the intelligence and I know everyone would like to see it. I'd love to have the the intelligence out there now. Unfortunately if declassified it we could end up losing that stream of intelligence insult will allow us to protect Americans going forward but rose it strikes me as quite dangerous is for president and just say we have intelligence. We can't show you that we you know we. We know that it was there and this allowed me to assassinate a foreign leader. It's extremely dangerous. It's creates a situation where essentially there's no accountability. You can't have the normal democratic checks and balances on the use of force. The one thing I will say here and I'm GonNa make all my colleagues from the Obama Administration Mad. Had when I say this. The Obama Administration in many ways was just as bad when it came to the legal justifications for the use of force made very very very similar arguments about you. Just have to the president's commander in chief tremendous discretion We're the only ones who get to decide what imminent means. We're the only ones who get to see the evidence I mean. Frankly we've seen those arguments from presidents going back to George W Bush and it has created an incredibly dangerous precedent the Obama administration when pushed. Uh on well boy. You're really asserting. Open ended power. Couldn't that be abused. their response was essentially. Don't worry we're not going to abuse it and I believe them and then I believe them now. The trouble is they forgot that the next guy coming along might end up being donald trump. And that's exactly what we got. You Hand Open ended power to Donald Trump. You're getting to get some pretty bad things happening tomorrow by by all. COMEDIANS also happens to be a lawyer. It's.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"Is a president who is said article two says I can do whatever I want. It does not. Do you think it's possible to the house. Might have to file new articles of impeachment. Yeah let's see what the Senate does the ball in their court soon house speaker. Nancy Pelosi is not ruling out even more articles of impeachment richman against the president. She says cannot stop violating the constitution. Joining me now it's MSNBC ANCHOR Yasmine former Pentagon official Rosa Brooks and Maranto Sukumar Mark President and CEO of older Latino. Thank you all for being here. But let's play for you I. This is defense secretary. Mark expert this morning about whether or not there was evidence to back up this claim. Donald trump is sort of freelance. Freelance fashion made that there were threats to four. US embassies which prompted him to kill a senior Iranian. Take a listen. He didn't say the specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes? I didn't see one with regard to four embassies. What I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was they were going to go after our embassies so probably going to go after our embassies is not is not evidence of imminent imminent threat? which is what's required for president to take this kind of action without Congress here in Liza major issue right? There was the expectation of as you heard from Defense Secretary Marcus for there but not necessarily the clear clear and imminent threat and that is the overwhelming issue that we have heard throughout this entire thing. No one is disputing. The fact that General Assoumani was involved in various activities throughout the entire the region was commanding proxy forces. To Take American lives. That being said the question has always been why why now and is it worse it and it seems that visit ministration has not presented. The evidence suggests that in fact there was a reason there was a clearing imminent threat now and why it could feasibly be worth it even in this this most recent war powers act. I mean they say here to terminate the use of the United States Armed Forces to engage in hostilities in Oregon Iran or any part of its government or military unless Congress declares war or there is an imminent armed attack upon the United States. And this is. This is the newest war powers act. That was just a passing the house. So it's still doesn't necessarily alleviate the issue that we now face and to be clear for the for the for the people watching the authorized the Iraq war does not authorize war against Iran. It is not open ended to any country. Donald trump to add to it. I WanNa get Rosa Brooks to respond to that but also let me let you listen to. NSA chief Robert O'Brien who's defending what trump has been claiming. And I think he thought the intelligence take a listen. We were very concerned about the situation. We had exquisite intelligence and the intelligence show that they were looking at US facilities throughout the region and that they wanted to inflict casualties. On American soldiers sailors airmen Marines as well as diplomats The threat was imminent. I saw the intelligence. There's been a lot of discussion the intelligence and I know everyone would like to see it. I'd love to have the the intelligence out there now. Unfortunately if declassified it we could end up losing that stream of intelligence insult will allow us to protect Americans going forward but rose it strikes me as quite dangerous is for president and just say we have intelligence. We can't show you that we you know we. We know that it was there and this allowed me to assassinate a foreign leader. It's extremely dangerous. It's creates a situation where essentially there's no accountability. You can't have the normal democratic checks and balances on the use of force. The one thing I will say here and I'm GonNa make all my colleagues from the Obama Administration Mad. Had when I say this. The Obama Administration in many ways was just as bad when it came to the legal justifications for the use of force made very very very similar arguments about you. Just have to the president's commander in chief tremendous discretion We're the only ones who get to decide what imminent means. We're the only ones who get to see the evidence I mean. Frankly we've seen those arguments from presidents going back to George W Bush and it has created an incredibly dangerous precedent the Obama administration when pushed. Uh on well boy. You're really asserting. Open ended power. Couldn't that be abused. their response was essentially. Don't worry we're not going to abuse it and I believe them and then I believe them now. The trouble is they forgot that the next guy coming along might end up being donald trump. And that's exactly what we got. You Hand Open ended power to Donald Trump. You're getting to get some pretty bad things happening tomorrow by by all. COMEDIANS also happens to be a lawyer. It's.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"Voters are key for any candidate hoping to win the Democratic presidential essential nomination full stop in recognition of that the Washington Post partner with Ipsos for larger than usual sample of black voters not just black voters in the overall sample but blackboard as the sample. And here's what they found. No surprise at this point former vice president Joe Biden is by far the top choice of black voters with nearly fifty percent his closest competitor Senator Bernie Sanders nearly thirty points behind followed by Elizabeth Warren Michael Bloomberg and Cory Booker all in single digits. Meanwhile two other candidates who've been rising and other polls Buddha judge and Amy Clo- which are virtually unknown to over a third of black Democratic voters even among those who are familiar they have very very little support and joining me now is chief political correspondent for the Washington. Post Dan balls making his debut. Thank you very much for being sir. Thank you okay. So let's get into this. His poll just a little bit Biden. Being the lead among African American borders is not new information to most people who've been looking at his polling most of the time but one of the interesting things this is. Why people like him right? What you guys found? Did you find that what people liked about what African American voters like about Biden is his connection into proc President Obama or something else well. It's combination of both. Frankly I mean certainly the fact that he served as vice president to the former president. Obama is an important important attribute that he can That he carries when he speaks in black communities and seeks to get the votes of black voters but there are other things I mean. He has personal relationship chip of of his own. A long record in the Senate promoting ideas and champion certain things that have been important to the black community. Obviously there's some things he's done that are controversial within the black community but overall I think that he's he's well known well like people think he's a decent person he has a personality not that registers. Well not just with with black Americans but with white too but but it's it's in the context of this election. His support in the Black Community Munity is foundational to his aspiration to be the nominee. Yeah what's interesting one of the things that's interesting about. Jill Biden is that his liabilities. The things that were liabilities for other people the Crime Bill which for some reason Hilary Clinton. It became a liability for her. Even though she was married to the guy who signed the crime bill or Bernie Sanders voted for it. He doesn't get as much of a ding for it. Biden wrote part of the Crime Bill. He doesn't seem to be taking much of a hit because of that. He doesn't seem to be taking much of a hit over the Anita Hill situation or some of his past. You know ideas. He is on things like bussing or you know his past sort of joviality with segregation. He doesn't seem to take a hip or any of that. Is there anything in the data that explains why is it just for me yeah I I think it's familiarity. Frankly I think that that that because he has been in the public eye for so long and and and despite those problems that he had and those were aired out right at the beginning of when he became a candidate. Yep we all remember the debate camel. Kamala Harris went after him over his stand. UNFOR school blessing back in the seventies. Those things seem to be a problem for him early on and yet they have not had any real impact that we could find signed on his support within the black community. So there's something deeper there's a deeper connection that he has that people are able to evaluate his record in its totality Paletti rather than isolating single episodes are single votes. Single controversies and black. Voters have stayed with him through this entire campaign campaign as you said one of the values of this poll by having a full sample of African American voters is we're able to look in a more textured way of textual way about the nature of that support. And I think it reinforces what we thought but we now have much more data to be able to back it up absolutely okay. Let's go to some of this data black voters Democratic voters. What they care most about when picking a candidate positions that bear that positions agree closest closest to yours thirty three percent who seems most likely to beat Donald trump seven percent? Black voters care about one thing winning. Well they're not. The only voters is in the Democratic Party. Who Care about that? I think we've seen that as being consistent throughout but when you when you go one step beyond that okay for those people who say the most important Horton saying is to defeat Donald Trump. WHO's the candidate? They think they can do that. A majority of black voters say. That's Joe Biden. So so it's a kind of a double advantage that he has on that that's right. Yeah absolutely and then. Here's another of the data from the poll. How important is it to have a black vice president among or having being a black VP pick Very Net and Gordon is twenty-seven percent very important nine percent fairly important seventeen percent net. Not Important seventy two percent. That is a a little surprising for me when it comes to picking a vice presidential pick who is black. What did you make of that data? Yeah I think you can read that in a variety of ways and you can probably read it in whatever whatever way you want. I mean the the fact that a sizable majority say that. That's not important is not insignificant but the fact that you've got more than a third who basically basically say yes in one way or another. I think that would be important That you can read. That is something that puts pressure on Joe Biden or whoever is the nominee if it's a white nominee That they are going to be under pressure to to certainly consider and maybe select a person of color as their running mate but I think that on a question like that the the default answer for most people is well. It doesn't make that much difference. We've seen that in different kinds of questions in different different polls unrelated to this but I think that what what you see in that is that there there will be pressure on on the nominee to to give serious consideration to a person of color if any third of any group of people is saying. Do something yeah a strong incentive to do it. Thank you very much for doing this. It's really important to have these large samples of black voters. Not Enough people do it. I appreciate You guys doing that and thank you very much for being here today. Thanks for having me Andre. Thank you so much and coming up later we.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"The podcast article Hutu inside impeachment it is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly ably historic moment. So what does it mean for us for our politics and for our country with politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more on article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening we. They do not need a reckless president. WHO believes she is above the law? The US right get tickets. That's right yeah all right locker room yes president. Donald Trump vowed to investigate his opponent. Hillary Clinton in Jrue but Nanna republic style. Oh but we learned this week that nothing has come from those investigations for the Washington. Post effort launched in two thousand seventeen by then Attorney General Jefferson sessions turned up nothing. Nothing were pursuing. The investigators had been tasked with looking into the Clinton Foundation and the debunked uranium one conspiracy theory. Meanwhile trump's former for national security adviser. Michael Flynn please get it. Closer to the jailhouse doors with federal prosecutors now recommended that he serve up to six months in prison but oh yeah general plant locked up lock her up after the break. A brand new poll shows Black Democrats support who'd Black Democrat supported. Twenty twenty stay with up. Black.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"The podcast article Hutu inside impeachment it is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly ably historic moment. So what does it mean for us for our politics and for our country with politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more on article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening we. They do not need a reckless president. WHO believes she is above the law? The US right get tickets. That's right yeah all right locker room yes president. Donald Trump vowed to investigate his opponent. Hillary Clinton in Jrue but Nanna republic style. Oh but we learned this week that nothing has come from those investigations for the Washington. Post effort launched in two thousand seventeen by then Attorney General Jefferson sessions turned up nothing. Nothing were pursuing. The investigators had been tasked with looking into the Clinton Foundation and the debunked uranium one conspiracy theory. Meanwhile trump's former for national security adviser. Michael Flynn please get it. Closer to the jailhouse doors with federal prosecutors now recommended that he serve up to six months in prison but oh yeah general plant locked up lock her up after the break. A brand new poll shows Black Democrats support who'd Black Democrat supported. Twenty twenty stay with up. Black.

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"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on AM Joy

"So yeah money because I am one hundred percent focused on who can be trump as we both agree we would vote for virtually anybody who ran against trump but certainly for the Democratic candidates who are currently running so what Michael Bloomberg is doing is he's taking away trump's primary power which is which is the money and he has at least fifty times the network that Donald Trump does and he has a willingness to spend it. Yeah trump won't spend anything and he didn't last said he's GonNa Sell Fund and he did nothing and I mean the the one thing I will say with Bloomberg is because you say three hundred five hundred thousand votes plus that up to seven seven hundred thousand votes because of voter disenfranchisement you have to assume. Wisconsin is on a machine of disenfranchising voters and so people are going to be taken off the rolls by disenfranchise. You have to have have more people vote and you have to factor in the Russian. You Know Russians interference. That will happen will happen. But the the Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg factor that we're seeing and to some extent. Tom Dyer is the astonishing power of money. And when you have a lot of money now it's even more. Yeah now and let me tell you. I think what we're kind of all getting to is Donald Trump. We were talking about this in the in the hair and makeup room a little bit as well. He produces a kind of anxiety. Dieting people that is so profound it's part of the reason people are obsessively watching this show and Rachel maddow's and it's like Mitchell motto is sort of their psychologist at this point point because people are afraid of not just what he can do but what he's doing to people what he's bringing out in people the kind of people he's surfacing in the United States states you have swatting happening Nazis. Walking around for it. It is a scary time and you look at the polling on what Donald Trump is just done and rather than make eight people feel more confident. It's made people more anxious. So here's the anxiety level in twenty eight thousand versus twenty one thousand nine people are more anxious. Do People feel safer. After after the strike on Iran. They feel less safe so that the anxiety everything he does make people feel worse so do so. Do you think that redound in particular to any particular candidate date with the notion just practically that energy is contagious. Yep and it's disproportionately contagious when you have more influence so the elevated nervous system trump the anxiety of trump gets communicated both to his supporters and to his antagonists so we all Felix. So let's start with that. Do I think it renounced any candidate. No I th. I think it hurts the candidates who arouse now's fear in people so to be honest I would say that Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Our strike up in that middle middle six hundred thousand three hundred thousand people who this election will be decided by more anxiety so the more moderate candidate is the less anxiety he he or she tends to create. Yeah so I believe that the candidate should be nominated is indeed the one who will have the best chance of winning those six hundred thousand votes. Now you take somebody like Bloomberg if he should take off you know Bloomberg is one of the few candidates could win Florida. He's a New York Jew. There are a lot of New York. Jews in Florida and Florida goes so goes. Does the election if the Democrats were to win the election the demo I mean if the Democrats were to win Florida they'd win the election so I think you've got to kind of hone in On who you who you really believe. We'll win and put aside the differences ideologically within the Democratic Party. Yeah well we're we're GONNA talk about some polling later that I think you're getting at one of the reasons by miss doing well because we're Biden is a comfort candidate and a lot of people are like just get this world to feel not got crazy that make the world com. He is make the World Com. One last point self regulation is the single. Most important thing. Any human being can do you in these times meaning to find ways to calm yourself is a critical element in your being able to survive in these times Hans indeed. It's why we do. Who won the week are calming mechanism at the end of this show because the show is all about bad news? They Tony Schwartz appreciate it. It's always great to talk. Thank you very much. Meanwhile the escalating tendency with Iran. This week here we go again let Irani enforces and this is serious. Accident to accidentally.

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"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

13:56 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

"The story story of the impeachment as as we sit in it will conceptually it makes the this question for the Senate trial of weather? And when Howard whether to call witnesses it removes it from this. Realm of abstraction to there's John Bolton right and he's ready to go and this isn't this longer hypothetical but that at least so so long as McConnell leader has fifty one votes behind him to think he can defer the question of calling witnesses is then even with a live John Bolton Sam I'm here I'm ready. SPINNEY IT undercuts right. The ability of Pelosi try to use that as leverage keeping. Yeah Mine. She's still holding onto the article. And I mean maybe this is a question posed a constitutional lawyer or whatever but having said you know in his statement. I've weighed The competing you know commands on me. And and I if if I have a subpoena from the Senate Command from the White House to defy. I'm going to honor the subpoena having said that if if House Democrats now want to go to court uh-huh and say to a judge. Tell him to testify in the House. I mean they're gonNA have a very strong argument. It it would it. Would it would Extend You you know. Trump's agony about not getting this acquittal. Vote quickly and seems to me like you would maximize the chances that you actually get John. Bolton's testimony because otherwise you're kind of leaving up to fifty one republicans to decide whether anyone else will testify right. Yeah absolutely but I don't get the sense sense that there's a house democratic appetite for re-opening What Nancy Pelosi Democrats soda with impeachment. Last last month I don't like again we're in the well of legally constitutionally politically may be possible but I don't see the appetite on the Democrat side ride for reopening their investigation which in essence is what that would do although certainly in legal terms. I thought the idea that an individual's the the one to decide which is the hell subpoenas. Seems like Topsy Turvy. Bolton is you know say what you will about him and he's a controversial guy but he he's. He's a smart lawyer. Earlier he presumably would have some argument to make that that things are different in the house and the Senate. I don't know I just. I agree with you that the appetite is there air in the house to do more enquiring more of the impeachment inquiry. I just don't totally understand why. Yeah I I think it's a bit of a well. Let's let's put it this way again. Expect Pelosi to prolong it by keeping the articles. But I do think she. She still has a commitment to her her majority makers those Democrats in swing districts with whom without whom she cannot keep majority in twenty twenty twenty. I think there's implicitly if not explicitly a commitment to them to say look. We're GONNA stay focused on the issues that are gonna get you reelected and reopening the impeachment investigation investigation or really the investigation. Generally just it doesn't seem to be on the top of their list of priorities. Now perhaps that changes but I I don't get the sense that that's where they're headed. Okay so eventually the trial will begin. We think and it's shaping up to pit Republicans who want to conceal and seal information has already come out against Democrats who kind of want it all to come out and you know Mitch. McConnell hasn't even really been shy about saying that he's not a partial jury. He he wants to get this in and out of the Senate's quickly possible. He claims he's gathered fifty one votes to begin the trial but put off questions about witnesses and documents for future votes. So what does the resolution of the standoff look like from a procedural point of view Is going to be one vote in the future on whether to shut. Shut down the fact finding purpose of the trial or will be a series of votes how our viewers at home supposed to interpret what they're watching on. TV relative to this question of new information. So here's what we know and what we we don't know so. There is a set of Senate impeachment rules on the books and that McConnell has committed to the following because he can set aside whether or not he could get rid of them. But he's GonNa follow this set of inherited Rules now those are pretty bare bones. Own Own they tell us things about motions and who has rights. Procedure writes in appeals. And the the things the oaths people take but it doesn't have doesn't flush out of trial so meaning being. It doesn't tell us how long the managers have how long the presence lawyers have to defend what are the order in which we take particularly different types of motions. So this is what McConnell has been saying. I have fifty one votes for a set of procedures to elaborate the at least the opening sequence of events in the trial and of course. That's what the Democrats have tried to narrow in on which say let's make this a fair trial Let's hear from witnesses. who were blocked in the house and so forth? So what does McConnell have in mind here for this open resolution well I it would be a resolution that would have to be approved by a majority as he said. I I have fifty one. He has said what's fair is fair. Let's use that opening resolution from the Clinton impeachment trial twenty years ago and let's use it. Roughly he said for this impeachment trial so devils in the details here we can pull up an open. The first resolution that was the supplemental amount of rules for Clinton in one thousand nine and we can know what they said but the question is are they going to follow that to a T.. So a certain number of days and hours for each side to present and then this is what they voted on and nineteen ninety nine. There will be a motion to dismiss and then also on that original agreement emotion. Shall we call witnesses in the abstract. Basically so that's that in essence seems to be what McConnell connel's saying I have fifty one votes for but we don't know for sure but but it matters right. Is there a motion to dismiss locked in right and and will there be any republicans who are willing to vote with the Democrats not to dismiss the trial right which will be within a week or two probably depending on how this plays out. I don't hear a lot of talk about that. But in that's why presumably impart why McConnell has told Speaker Pelosi I'm not showing my resolution apparently the connell if we believe the stories yesterday stole the White House so I'm not showing you my resolution so we need to see what's in there and we need to see it in part to know. How does that trial play out? Procedurally now having said that the barebones own Senate Rules do allow any senator to really offer a pretty wide range of motions in writing. Send it up to the chief not to Mitch McConnell but to send to the chief who then reads the motion in can rule on it or allow the Senate to rule so damn could call for a witness long before we get right in the middle all of the presentation. So and then. That's the uncertainty. Here will their votes on calling witnesses even before the call has said he wants to have those so so I want to get to to the chief justice's role in this In a minute Before that though you know we set aside questions of whether this investigation is inquiry is analogous enough to the Clinton impeachment to merit using the same rules But if McConnell is committing to something along the lines of the Clinton impeachment process yes there'd be a a vote on a motion to dismiss but if if that motion fails there were witnesses called at at that stage of the Clinton impeachment is. He not locking himself into a situation where he's going to have to say. Oh well now we have to. We have to veer off the Clinton Process for whatever reason he needs to come up with to avoid. Oh you for sure. He's not committed to them. Self anyways not said he all his all his said for his own purposes. Here is well last question. We're going to defer to later. And the Clinton trial they did another resolution was a partisan version that couldn't get Democrats onboard for it but that laid out a very limited depositions of of three witnesses so those questions yet to be determined But it's entirely possible. We'll see those votes occurring during even before McConnell in essence of what I what I think I'm hearing from you is that there is no way for McConnell acting on trump's behalf or whoever's behalf to guarantee not that the trial surfaces new facts without making fifty one of his members vote to say you know John Bolton thanks but no thanks will will they would need to fifty one is everything right. He can't he can't he. Can't deter a vote on an early vote on a motion call a witness unless he's fifty one to shut it down so on the one hand right we're not really used to simple majority Senate's right right. We all say cough was just fifty one yards could do whatever they wanted but holding together those fifty one. He he may be able to do it. But I think there'll be a little dicey when it gets to particular questions About particular witnesses so I see this batted around. Democrats need four votes. If they I wanNA have a fair trial. McConnell can lose two and he gets fifty one what happens if three Republicans but with Democrats on these on these procedural questions witnesses and documents and we get a fifty fifty tie so I just assimilate this democrats stay together and they will seems reasonable especially on the witness questions. Joe Manchin is the was the sort of wild card and he was like. How can I have a trial without exactly exactly so fifty fifty so there are two issues here one of which is the chief but will come come to the chief second the first issue? What exactly is the motion right? Because because it's a motion to dismiss and it's fifty fifty that stalemate and stalemate vote loses so three defections on some types of votes this is a losing position for the Republicans a fifty fifty on a on a motion to dismiss. The motion fails sales. If it's left in John Roberts cannot. Aw this is the first edition so the first conditions it matters if the motion is calling witnesses depends on. Who wants who? Who which side is looking looking for fifty one so the first issue? What exactly is is the motion at play here? The second issue then is if it's a tie. Hi What does chief justice do as presiding officer in this is somewhere between. What's what's politically possible? What's in the chief justice's Head and then what's technically legally president here so we have episodes from the Johnson impeachment trial the nineteenth century where they were to opportunities where the chief justice is decided to vote to break a tie and after each one there was a senate motion to prevent the presiding officer or the chief from breaking ties in both of those failed. However the chief got the message we think in the next two opportunities back in the eighteen sixties? He didn't break ties he would he would strain with help. So there's no well there's no yes or no here they're right. He could decide whether or not he's going to break the tie dye. Can we divine anything precedential about those. Those two votes and Salmon Chase was the name of the right of the chief justice way back in the eighteen hundreds when he voted to break the tie was in furtherance of what we kind of conceive of as like moving the Senate trial closer towards what we imagine a courtroom trial be like was more partisan than that what it was his So that's a good question. Which would require me to bury renos back in the peach record to figure out what it what exactly they were? I don't believe they were as quite consequential as some of the potential titles that we're talking about here but I need to go back and figure out what precisely those were but the the question here is for Robert urge sent a lot of people trying to discern what will be his his incentive or his motives are his goals as presiding officer. And I think the answer is as we probably don't know yeah I I'll be responsible and just game out the okay. I mean He. I imagined he'll feel cross pressured. Because if if he's thinking about how his actions will reflect on the Supreme Court He's GonNa WanNa go with public opinion. which is I think? Clearly on the Democrat side in these is fair trial questions but he's also conservative and a Republican and it's no secret how his old party wants this all work out in the end So that's why I asked about past Intrusions by the Supreme Court justice and impeachments because if the idea is is that when the Supreme Court chief justice intervenes in an impeachment trial He does it to advance the cause of public information Then Robert's can just point to that and save precedent Kinda binds me here..

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"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

"Need I mean what sort of What sort of technique are you envisioning? Are you talking about official stuff. I was just hoping you had an answer. Because because for me the the advantage the edge of this idea of holding onto the articles has nothing to do with holding onto him. If you hold onto them long enough Mitch. McConnell would be thrilled he doesn't have to. I don't have to take tough votes. You need to get the articles over eventually. I I worry about the The information environment in general but particularly at a time when people are tuned out because of the holiday and so I could see uh or real advantage in creating the expectation that you're going to have a trial in early January and then you know house. Democratic leaders say Republicans are insisting that they're going to help trump completed cover up and we're not going to send these articles Over until you know until the whole world watching sees that's what they're trying to do probably Mitch McConnell doesn't care and he gets his fifty one votes for the cover up anyway but then at least you've commandeered the You know the the bully pulpit and you've made clear that that's what's happening so that every Republican votes for the cover-up has to pay the price for it. That's the best I can think of but advertising could be a part of the mix Getting the Democratic Radic presidential candidates involved could be part of a mix mass politics can be part of a mix. I mean there were. There were nationwide impeachment rallies on Tuesday night There should be more in bigger ones Particularly around these key votes where Republicans are going to try to short circuit the trial. I mean that's where that's where I would try to take things if I were in charge of a broad left response to impeach man a- and the thing is on the advertising front in particular it's just baffling that. There's not a much more concerted and targeted advertising effort on this stuff. They should be hammering the shit out of these four or five senators right now. I mean it should have been going on for for weeks. Yeah right yeah I mean look at. This is not an easy situation for Susan Collins and Cory Gardner and and and Thom Tillis and Martha mcsally and then of of course you've got the ones that are actually sort of trying to adopt a principled independence from trump like Romney and I don't know if you would go at them I think that backfires Right and it gives them one of the complications to this. That I've I've heard Democrats talk about is and this is sort of an interesting thing to try and debate and figure out. I don't I don't really have a position on it. Yeah but sometimes if the attacks are to direct it gives them away and it. It almost gives like some of the senators. That are kind of on the knife's research easier way out. It's like when when John McCain voted against repealing the affordable care act it. There was this moment in the in the well. Well of the Senate where where a bunch of Democrats wanted to to applaud or just take a victory lap or whatever before before it was is all said and done and Chuck Schumer Shush them. Because right because you know. I don't agree with every strategic decision. Chuck Schumer's ever made but I think he's so wisely. Then that if you gloat when the when the deciding vote hangs in the balance and and you know John McCain and what the fuck does he care like. Don't do that you know in certain in certain cases You know a direct aggressive attack is not necessarily always the best. But I'm I'm thinking less about how you micro target each individual center and more how you tell America that a vote to acquit without any witnesses equals cover up and I. I can see the ways that I listed but if if there or any other if there are any other ideas I want the people listening to hear them I will I frankly feel a little bit A little bit hopeless about this aspect of it. I think that there's not any kind of meaningful way of pressuring the Senate At this point maybe maybe just making those marginals a little uncomfortable rebel but to me like I just hate to return to this but I think the big picture is what happens after this process. I mean I know that's not exactly satisfying but look. Here's the bottom line right. We've always known that this is going to come down to an election right and right and what's going to matter as weather progressive. Democrats mobilize properly no one really interesting thing. I was talking to the Democratic Sharon Wisconsin and they are cheaper focused right now on knocking on doors in Milwaukee right to them. That's the ballgame knocking on doors in Milwaukee and making connections in rural Wisconsin to keep the margins down for trump. And Right now. Oh that's all they're really thinking about. And so you know. I don't know I hate to say this but all we can do is just make our case. I mean this. A lot of this goes back to the problem that you raised earlier. which is that our gatekeepers are screwed up right? The media gatekeepers of the ones. It's not as one Chuck Schumer. Shush Chesa Shusha's down the partisans on his side in order to create space for the McCain's of the world to do the right thing right the things that actually actually gets them to do the right thing are the gatekeepers and if it again this of course goes back to your original challenge. How do you get the gate for two right? Yeah it's it's a bit of a message right I by the way there's one thing we haven't talked about which I think is really important. It's all these spin off investigations. The Gatien's that are going on right now in the southern district and so forth. Yeah I think that's part of it too is like you. Ideally leave the impeachment inquiry open. You promised to keep it aggressive. You do advertising you micro target the individual senators but you create a the climate of fear among Among Vulnerable Senate Republicans that they don't know what they're voting to cover up and And Yeah I think that's a big part of yeah That's sort of like what I would like to see. The broader Democratic Party Democratic Democratic affiliated brain trust thinking about because otherwise you have this situation where You know the process draws to a close and then maybe there's a cacophony of developments down the line and it's not all part of one story where Republicans covered up trump's crimes only to have the cover-up collapsed on them and now now their votes to quit him. are exposed as a cover up of these things that we've right and the thing about that is that that is actually a message that individual members and senators can carry very effectively. It's not something that maybe you would use pay. Dad's Ed's It's not quite clear how you would say you know Susan Collins had better watch out about what's going to emerge later right but that is really a point that I think senators and House members can make very forcefully and interviews. Not something they should say as often as possible right. I mean to to to draw the affordable care. Act back in the discussion discussion Rivera. Remember when in the last days when they were about to take the final vote on it. Mitch McConnell who was minority leader at the time. What like you gave a press conference where he made sure to strike a very ominous tone? Democrats think that they can put this behind them with by taking this final vote and yeah I just want to be very clear that this is all in front of them. They're gonNA take this threat in. Every every Republican running in the United States is going to remind nine voters. What happened When Democrats pass this bill and and and and a similar sort of like forward-looking messaging it didn't stop the affordable care? Act from from passing right and it might not stop trump from being removed from from office. Certainly won't but it but it would sort of channel the way the news media and voters who are very engaged. Think about everything that happens right and that actually. There's a way to do that. That I think supports your earlier. Point about keeping Democrats on much more institute a On a much more of an institutional war footing in the house right What they should be saying to put those two things together is you may vote? You may run a sham trial now which you hear from no witnesses but let me be clear we are going to get those witnesses. We're going to hear from those witnesses Mrs. We're GONNA fight in court until we hear from them. We're GONNA fight in court until we get his tax returns an and his finances and then what we're going to say is here's what you cover it up right. So I think the aggressive institutional war-footing it forms the underpinning of that kind of message that is the hopeful. Note that I think we we should end on it and I hope that Influential people in the Democratic Party are listening and they follow They Do as Greg just he said Greg Sargent thanks for joining us. Thanks Brian that's it. For this week I won't be back until the New Year but in the meantime I'd encourage everyone listening to keep in mind. How straightforward weird things? Look when you peel away. All the layers of obfuscation trump has been impeached for extorting vulnerable foreign government to interfere in the twenty twenty election on his behalf. The evidence that he's guilty is overwhelming and until he became president. Nobody would have disputed. The what he did is an impeachable offense. There are people out there closer to the president who have even more evidence but trump has ordered them not to testify and they have complied with his order. If their testimony were exculpatory skull Tori Republicans would be desperate to put them on the witness stand. Instead they're desperate to keep that information from ever coming to light that makes them accomplices. That's it that's the story. Tell your friends tell your family and if you representatives or new sources tell you otherwise. Tell them they're using their power to spread lies and that you won't forget. This show is produced by crooked media. It's written and hosted by me Brian. Boiler Steven Hoffman is our producer and editor. If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe rate and review US wherever you get your podcasts..

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"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on Rubicon: The Impeachment of Donald Trump

"On December Eighteenth Twenty nineteen the House of Representatives impeached only the third president in US history in the parlance of this show. Democrats have crossed the Rubicon. Which means it for all the dramatic and infuriating moments? We've witnessed these past two months. The fight has only just begun. The trial of President Trump won't begin until twenty twenty but between now and then that fight won't stop in in fact this may be the most important phase of it because the nature of the trial. The Senate actually conducts will be determined large part by what we all of us do now that the articles of impeachment have passed. The rules of the Senate require all members serving as jurors in an impeachment trial to take an oath of affirmation to do quote impartial impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help me God. Trump's loyalists have made no secret of the fact that they will ignore their oaths was best for the country entry. To get get this thing over with I am clearly made up my mind. I'm not impartial. Your political process. I would anticipate we will have a largely partisan partisan outcome. What did Lindsey Graham and Mitch? McConnell mean when they admitted they have no intention of being impartial at bottom. They mean the antenna equipped trump no matter how strong the evidence of his is high. Crimes and misdemeanors is but tactically. What they meant is they wanna read? The trial claimed the evidence. The House compiled isn't strong enough ignore that trump summarily obstructed the inquiry refuse to subpoena the testimony and documents that trump withheld from the house and then equipped trump without hearing from a single witness This thing will come to the Senate and it will die quickly and I will do everything I can to make it die quickly. Got A motion to dismiss before the Senate had even decide whether to depose a single winds. That was Mitch McConnell again and what he was hinting at in the intentionally cryptic language of parliamentary procedure was that he wants to round up fifty one votes to dismiss the charges against trump before the houses impeachment managers. That is the prosecutors. Have a chance to call witnesses at all. Otherwise his members will have to explain why they voted. Affirmatively against calling witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton and White House Chief of Staff Mulvaney Mulvaney who refuse to testify in the house or alternatively those witnesses will have to testify under oath and as Republicans know better than anyone their their testimony would be very damning otherwise Republicans would be desperate to hear from them so it's easy to see why trump's accomplices would want to shield him from a serious trial. There's just one problem them to engage a trial without the facts. Coming out is to engage in a cover-up the problem for Republicans is that the overwhelming majority the of Americans including the majority of Republicans wanted fair trial. They want to hear from these witnesses. They definitely don't want their elected leaders engaged in a cover up and and it only takes four Republican senators to guarantee that the cover up fails. And that's where the rest of US come in whether you're democratic member of Congress a presidential candidate an impartial journalist or regular voter there is no other credible way to interpret or describe what Senate Republicans hope to do next month. Making their intentions clear is is the responsibility of everyone who cares about truth making a cover up difficult or impossible to complete is what this phase of the impeachment fight is all about with that in mind and Washington Post Greg Sargent and I will look ahead to the trial and discuss what each of us can do to make sure that both trump and those to seek to help him cover up. His.

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"donald trump" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on Talking Politics

"It's too dangerous because he sometimes here you heard it around Brexit in this country that have the ignorant people had voted for the thing. They didn't understand no one understood. That's true but it's much more dangerous when the president in the face of ignorance behaves. Let your does that seems to be well put. There is a dangerous narrative at work here. which is the electorate is divided Eddie between ignorance and knowledge? And I don't think that's the I agree. I just want to pick you up on something you said earlier in that respect as well as you said we all needed you needed to civic education. I send if you like that in this country I feel like we've been put through a civic education over the last three and a half years because of what happened after the referendum. I don't think in this country understood our own constitution listen. I don't think we understood what was happening to. Countries politics understood many of the social economic problems in this country in that sense. I think that what's happened is being a wakeup call to his was all of facing ignorance so I think this is the silver lining of trump is that I think that versions of that has happened to a lot of Americans the awareness that I need to start paying a different kind of attention to this process so I think that's true and I think that you know this political moment is a byproduct of of a very long period of not exactly peace and prosperity there. Obviously you know America's been at war in its own way forever and not everybody what he is experiencing prosperity. But there's been an absence for a longtime of an existential threat of the sort that like the Cold War provided World War Two or the depression or the pandemics that happened in the early twentieth century. So there's this less less of a need people feel less. They can afford Ford to ignore. This thing is a nineteen centers off. I think into this the luxury of stepping back from things that should we needed to be much more engaged with out of taking it back a little further eighties but yes. I think that's right. It's a luxury to be able to afford. Donald Trump in the White House and I think a lot a lot of people who will pay the biggest price for him being there people who voted for him and they'll realize at some point that this was it was one of the really striking things about the trump support was that consistently across the country. The more rural the person the more likely they where to vote for trump the fewer people in their town the more likely they were for trump. And it's also true. The fewer people who are in your town the more utterly dependent that you are on the United States government for the firehouse that schools the hospital and that people didn't make that connection that they're handing over essentially initially the instrument for their salvation to someone who doesn't care about it is breathtaking. It's it's beyond like not voting for your economic interest. It's like you're voting waiting for someone who potentially could just crater your entire existence. isn't an also then a breathtaking of what came before that it got to this point. Yes it is is that I think that's absolutely true when I was going to ask you about the connections between this and all the other things you write about from sport to behavioral economics exit everything else. I will not do one on finance. We'll street at a question about ignorance. So the people who ran those banks that nearly took us all down did not know what was going on inside inside those banks. Clearly the chief executives did not understand what they were selling and the consequences were nearly work catastrophic for some of them and Nettie catastrophic for all of us here. We are ten plus years on so they had the ultimate Waco. We haven't had that yet in politics and God knows what it would look like if we did. I mean it doesn't bad thinking go away but other people who run those banks. I mean if we took that as the modal did they learn the lesson. Do they now know what they're are doing when they saw the consequences of their ignorance or they back in the place where we started this conversation. which is ignorance is actually strategically useful? So if you want to be in this business so knows a big question. I guess my crew that the the society has forced them to behave differently than they behaved leading into the crisis so for example they all are better capitalized than they were. All the American banks much much better capitalized than they were. Before they got a cushion that they didn't have. I think it's also true to say that the CEO's are all if I had to bet warier carrier of their employees more aware of their ignorance. People might be doing things inside the bank so that they know that if if they didn't know before it's hard to believe they didn't know before they must know that these institutions are too complicated to manage j. p.. Morgan is smart as Jamie diamond is and his as well. Run as it is compared to all the other ones. He can't know everything that's going on inside JP more. It's just too complicated. These things are many times the size and many times the complexity of the Solomon Brothers that I once worked in and there was no way the head of Solomon Brothers knew what everybody was doing it I could. I could prove it to you because I was doing stuff that that was kind of crazy that he didn't know about and I was a million so I think what they counted on going crisis was everybody had the same incentives everybody had the same interests inside the bank and everybody was kind of smart and selfish so it would result in US making money. They didn't realize that they had people who could make lots of money doing things that would in the end torpedo the bank. So I I bet they have reacted to that. I don't I don't know for a fact that I I bet that they've reacted in any case. We all know the same crisis never happens twice. Whatever happens next? It's look like the financial crisis and it looks like something else and if I had to predict what's going to happen in the financial sector is it's it's not going to start in the financial sector will start with the government. I mean Donald Trump does something that calls into question say the trustworthiness of the US government to repay its debts. That's kind of thing that could trigger the next financial crisis and the other things command like Donald Trump would never end up running a bank because he they wouldn't let him anywhere near it. It'd be when you back when he's real estate developer that he was dishonest and he is an idiot by the time he was done with the New York. Vecsey wouldn't lent him so they have very low opinion of him but he's president but he's president we will tweet the League's not just a Michael's the most recent book the fifth risk but will the other ones too. They are all worth reading studying this weekend. We're going to be putting out. The first in our new series of episodes about the history of America can teach us about American politics now. We're starting with impeachment impeachment of Andrew Johnson and the impeachment of Donald Trump. 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"donald trump" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"donald trump" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"And that the sources that gave that information to CNN and apparently NBC had actually gotten dates wrong on Email. Don, jR, about WikiLeaks. Emails were sent after the publication of documents. Same is true of that salacious story. This was a while ago. But I'm sure you remember it that Trump had set up a secret Russian server to communicate with the Kremlin was also untrue that Russian hackers had hacked into the US electrical grid in Vermont. Not true. Just not true. I'm bringing all of this up not to say that there is no scandal with Trump or Trump, Russia and move along. Look the other way I bring it up because all of these false stories help Trump, they bolster his very dangerous narrative about the news media and about fake news. They also potentially hurt the actual provable assertions and allegations against Donald Trump because Trump can now say, oh, well, the waters are muddy and look at all these false stories that have been published about me he can use it to confuse the actual provable narrative. And the fact that the public is drowning in sensationalized coverage of Troy. Trump and Russia and Muller. It's almost certainly going to set the public up for a very confusing underwhelming reality. When the special counsel's report is made public at least. That's what ABC news White House. Correspondent Jonathan Karl seems to think this is all building up to the mother report and raising expectations of a bombshell report. And they've been expectations that have been building, of course for over a year on this. But people who are closest to it moderates been doing of interacted with a special counsel caution me this report is almost certain to be anti climatic. Earlier this month, the veteran national security journalist, William Arkan of NBC news published an Email that he sent to colleagues informing them that. He was no longer working for the network in the letter Arkan blasted NBC for its obsession. Over Trump writing, quote, I find myself completely out of sync with the network being neither a day to day reporter, nor interested in the Trump circus Arkan went on to say. That at NBC investigative journalism, quote got sucked into the tweeting vortex. Increasingly lost in a directionless adrenaline rush. The national security and political version of leading the broadcast with every snowstorm, and I would assert that in many ways NBC just began emulating the national security state itself. Busy and profitable. No wars one. But the ball is kept in play. Our continued argue that under Trump the national security establishment, not only hasn't missed a beat. But indeed has gained dangerous strength. Now. It is ever more autonomous and practically impervious to criticism. They national security community itself has gotten stronger and has gained strength under Donald Trump and part of our responsibility as journalists is to cover the government, not just the president. And so I feel like people should know more. I could not agree. More with Bill Arken summation. Of how the national security establishment, the CIA the US war machine has benefited from the media's hyper obsession over Trump Russia at the same time. We have to cover stories that could potentially bring down a president or potentially conclude that the president has engaged in criminal conduct. It's not a question of if the story deserves to be covered it most certainly does. And there has been a lot of great journalism happening on Trump Russia, but the real question is how unhinged an unsubstantiated. Some of the most serious accusations have been handled including by major established US news organizations for more on all of this and the BuzzFeed story and the way Trump Russia's covered. I'm joined by one of the most experienced investigative journalists in Washington, Michael cough. He is the chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo news before that he was an investigative correspondent for NBC as well. As a staff writer for Newsweek, and the Washington Post is a cough has written to bestsellers uncovering cl-. Clinton and along with David corn hubris, which was about the selling of the Iraq war is to cough has broken several major stories on Donald Trump, and he is the co author with corn of the book Russian roulette the inside story of Putin's war on America and the election of Donald Trump. Michael Sakaf welcomed intercepted good to be with you..

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