17 Burst results for "Ed Gillespie"

"ed gillespie" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on KTOK

"I forget who it was. Wrote the book blood sport. You don't need to send me the name. All I have to do is Google later. But that's that's where we are with politics. Anyway to destroy your opposition. You see I can't give Mr. north and the benefit of the doubt. Because I believe in a blood sport. But I believe he's a very conniving individual the things he said about Ed Gillespie, the Republican was nominated in running for governor against him were just appalling accused of being a racist. Some third party left wing group. Ran a grotesque ad where a pickup truck with a confederate flag was driving. After these these children were obviously minorities. Latinos. Running for their lives running scared. And they basically projected that onto Ed Gillespie. In the waning hours of the election. Now, what kind of per- any and and and north and wooden him. North and wouldn't announce it. It's very curious to me. You see these politicians you see north on you see Fairfax fairly or unfairly under attack. But they're not alone. You see Bill Clinton unfaithful to his wife. What a thousand times ten thousand times. Whatever you think you Hillary. That's not my point. You know about John Kennedy? You know about Lyndon Johnson. You know about Ted Kennedy and Chappaquiddick. He's a very flawed people, ladies and gentlemen. You have this twenty nine year old elected out of New York City. Who the media push? And promote is the next great. Politician or leader unbelievably. Why would you give more and more decision making over your personal lives and the lives of your family to these people? Because they tell you something you want to hear. Some of these people crackpots some of these people are truly screwed up. But even if you give them the benefit of the doubt that they're decent people with, you know, average intelligence, why would you surrender your most precious? Right. Liberty. To these people. We don't really know who they are. Endorsement? From the editorial board of the Washington Post them north. I'm over Gillespie in part. They say it's not the Mr. north MS qualified, and Mr. Gillespie unqualified said, Mr. north and can convincingly promised to be governor of all for all Virginians while Mr. galaxy even while asserting the same has disqualified himself from any such credible claim we support Mr. north. In the down ticket races, which feature four lawyers. The choices are equally clear for Lieutenant governor democrat, Justin Fairfax the much better choice. Say bright competent, well-versed former federal prosecutor turn corporate attorney. He didn't bother to look in the backgrounds of these men. A website. Got the information. Almost reminds me of drudge and the drudge report in the blue dress. And the whole Clinton scandal. When the media are so in the tank are so in the bag for one political party and for one ideology. While democracies long lost darkness, Mr. Mr. producer. It's bad enough. Your IRS problems ruined twenty eighteen are you really.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I as a as a as a better face for, you know, the killing fields, except he's now got his own metoo problem in when you know that the Washington Post didn't run with these allegations because they had a hard time independently corroborating. Any of the claims? We need another smoke break. I think. His grab reading any of the claims. Good thing. You're not cynical because your faith in the post was stored on Super Bowl Sunday. Yes. Yes. Yes. Indeed. It was Virginia. You are. You're a wreck would ereck and the Virginia Republican party you want to I heard I saw plenty of people come out over the weekend on social media say dude was Ed Gillespie GOP nominees. Where was his op research papers research west? Plug. Burien Corey Stewart brother now, I'm not a huge course guy probably deserved to be buried on some level. But get understand the goal of Republican candidates like Ed Gillespie their primary goal is not to beat the democrat. If they can do that great. But the primary goals to win the primary you beat you. So dude every time Corey Stewart even thought about standing in front of a confederate flag. I promise you every consultant at Gillespie hired and candidates like him need to hire a lot. They had everything on him you could ever want. They couldn't be bothered with vetting Ralph northbound because Ralph north not a threat to them you're basis. So if this was a conservative in a primary hell guys, we know more Mitch McConnell apparently knows more because today now it's Afghantistan edge, y'all Afghanistan EPs, we should just all move there. I mean, we're going to be there for. And I pointed that out today on Twitter, and some guy said to me, well, at least we're you know, we're over there. You know, we don't have a terrorist haven that will then allow them to attack us. You mean, you're right. I mean wouldn't be like something would imagine if you had attacked like something Americana like the Boston marathon would that be terrible. Or maybe if there was like a Christmas party. And so Cal and some Islam is came in and just started shooting up joint wouldn't that be dreadful? Right. You're right. We have you know, what if guy like on Halloween in New York just said ham salami bacon with a machete. Just started stabbing people. I mean, just I'm not saying these things happen. You know? But I mean, it's a good thing. We're not gain a Stanford ebbs to stop these things from coming over here. Congratulations. Here's your sign. Okay. So Mitch McConnell apparently knows more about he knows more about what ROY Moore did at the Gadsden mall and eighty one then he does about how to secure the borders, Afghanistan why? Because. You're the enemy. You're the enemy. Ed Gillespie did his job made. Sure. The Corey Stewart nutjob didn't win the nomination. And and maybe Corey Stewart wasn't nut job. I don't know. I kind of thought there was evidence that he was. But here's the thing. It wouldn't matter. If he wasn't. Let's say Corey Stewart never has any white nationalist is. If if the minute he is to the right of Susan Collins and runs in a primary. He is the primary threat to the Republican party. And that's why they had no oppa research on Ralph north. Ralph north had Gillespie are the same guy. One just has an art and the other has a D hang out in the same enclaves. Most of all the same friends. I promise you if this had been a GOP primary and a conservative had those yearbook photos. He wouldn't have lasted three seconds, man. They drop those the minute. He formed an exploratory committee the minute. He showed his first public face at a GOP event. Second. Because they're more concerned with beaten people like us. And you watch the way both the way both political parties. Everything I've ever tried to tell you on this show. My entire career. But you know, I'm the sole breadwinner at my house, so I can't, but I feel as if on a moral level. My work. Here is done Virginia Virginia verified everything in here. Everything I've ever told you wash the behavior of the two parties Republican op research this stuff's just hanging out there. Nothing. Nothing. Why? And this is the same week in the New York Times runs runs on article about how the congressional Republicans are essentially, shadow banning Trump's agenda..

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The Otto research never came up with it. Now, they come up with it. So the first thing he says he comes out and he apologizes, and he admits that he's one of the people in the photos. He can't remember whether he's clansman or the guy in a black faces cut number six my fellow Virginians earlier today, I released a statement apologizing for behavior in my past that falls far short of the standard. You set from me when you elected me to be governor. I believe you deserve to hear directly from me that photo and the racist and offensive attitude represents does not reflect that person. I am today or the way that I have conducted myself as a soldier doctor and a public servant. I'm deeply sorry. I cannot. Change the decision. I made nor can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today, but I accept responsibility for my past actions. And I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. So he accepts responsibility for a while. And we should mention by the way just talking about the policy. This guy won an election over Ed Gillespie, the Republican and we played the ad at the time. The remember there was some Latino pack after Gillespie said something about MS thirteen gangs operating in Virginia and said that this was a problem, we should take care of the border, a Latino pack. Ran an ad it wasn't. It wasn't homes campaign, but a pack ran an ad in which a guy with a confederate flag in a pickup truck and a Gillespie bumper sticker tried to run down minority children. He was going to drive over them. Okay. And north of never denounce the ad. And instead he actually. Kind of used the ad and said accused Gillespie of racist rhetoric and fearmongering. So this is a guy who has played the race card. He played the race card. Remember, because of course, Charlottesville in Virginia. He played the race card against Trump. When he said those things with this kind of insensitive and tone deaf things that I don't believe we're racist. But he they were tone deaf and insensitive and he went after him for that. So he has been playing this a lot. So now, I he says he says, oh, yes, I accept responsibility. And everybody's calling for him to resign. Even Democrats all the Democrats are going for him to resign. Not so much responsibility. Please sit here and hypothesize or speculate how it happened. But I can only imagine if there are a number of photos laid out on the table and someone pasting those on page after page that one could get mistakenly put on the wrong page. And and it's I said earlier this has happened numerous times in this particular yearbook, and I suspect that's what happened in this case. Accepting responsibility. Why we help? I'm expectant humane accepting responsibility that this photograph was all my page in the yearbook. I regret that it is horrific. It made me sick when I saw, but I will tell you that my word I will stay in and live by my word. I was the president of the core our code there is a debt show. Not lie cheat steal or tolerate. Those do. That's the most meaningful thing to me in my life. I tell the truth I'm telling the truth today. That was not my picture. I don't believe you. I don't believe you. Because if I had was in a picture like that, I would remember. And he said he was in it. And I just don't believe you could met you would make a mistake about this. But here's the thing. I play. One thing he stood admit that he was in black face plane. Michael Jackson and doing a moonwalk in some kind of performance. Clearly, this is something going on to school and a reporter as long as wife is standing next to them. And reporter asked him. Can you still do the moonwalk and he almost breaks into a moonwalk? Listen to. An appropriate circumstance. My wife says inappropriate circumstances. He's still the same jerk. He's sick guy. He would've done it right there. He the put on black phase of his wife standing next to them going now. Nah, don't do the Dono black race. Don't inappropriate. I gotta admit. That's why we have lives because we're all kind of jerks, but it's still the same guy. He was in med school. So like he's having a hard time. People are calling from to resign. He's digging in which is not gonna look a good look for the democrat party..

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dennis Prager here. As I mentioned in the first hour, the governor of Regina. This is my take. I've not heard this take on. Fortunately, when I say. When I think, I'm alone voice. And it's very rare. There's somebody somewhere is of course, saying something identical. But. I don't hear it much. I don't hear it at all. Frankly right now. There are two there are two factors here. The governor is a low life and deserves a for putting aside the abortion issue, which I covered last week. I wanna talk oranges and orange not oranges and apples. The campaign. He ran against Ed Gillespie for governor painting. The man is a racist. Having an ad with a truck trying to run over. Yes. Trying to run over a black kid in a Hispanic kid a Asian kid as Muslim girl little kids teenagers twelve thirteen years old. Whatever they were in the in the in the video and then the guy with the confederate flag and the truck chasing down to two run over kids has it Gillespie for governor bumper stick..

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Washington calls are mounting for genius governor to step down. We get more from correspondent Mike Rossier despite apologizing and admitting he is one of two people posing either in black face, or as a Ku Klux Klan member in the nineteen Eighty-four yearbook photo Virginia governor Ralph northern is under pressure from various quarters to resign. The photo from eastern Virginia medical school was first published by the conservative, news outlet big league politics, and then the Virginian pilot newspaper in his statement of apology northern says he is deeply sorry. Among those calling for the Democrats resign are democratic presidential candidates. Kamla Harrison, Julia and Castro and AA C P president Derrick Johnson and Republican state Senator Bryce Reeves, I'm Mike Rossio. The chairman of the Republican party of Virginia. Jack Wilson says the photo calls into question Northam stance on racial issues during Virginia's divisive 2017 election. We just got an apocryphal of the governor for sort of stirring up. Racist sentiments against Ed Gillespie. Ed Gillespie, clearly denounced what happened in Charlottesville. Has never had any accusations of racism level leveled against the but nonetheless, he was painted with that broad brush a deadly clash of protesters who taken place in Charlottesville Virginia and August of two thousand seventeen vice President Mike Pence told a crowd in Florida yesterday. It's time to take action to end the regime of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro pants met near Miami. With people who were forced to get out of Venezuela, though. There are many lives in danger in the province that were bad. Then are worse now later Pence talked about the transition to opposition leader one glider all options are on the table corresponded. Ed Donahue reporting on Wall Street yesterday. The Dow was up by sixty four points..

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And i suspect no matter what adds we ran that those votes were coming and because of trump if you look at the exit data by two to one those who cast a vote based on their perception of the of the president or sending a message it was two to one that those who were anti president trump came out to vote so if the exit data is accurate you know that that's a factor i you know i would say to if you look at you know i did pretty well in in certain areas where uh you know interpret certainly turning up my turn out relative to the president i also increased my share the black vote between the you mentioned the senate race and the gubernatorial race from ten percent to twelve percent which was a focus of my campaign i wish i had gotten more but but the turnout was also high amongst african americans twenty percent turnout which you know which is high for gubernatorial race little bit high nuts too high but did turn out in the in the suburbs and these two hundred and fifty thousand first time gubernatorial election voters because of the off off electionyear who voted in presidential campaign 250000 democrats only sixty five thousand republicans that to me is a telling number i i asked you this as someone who likes white shoe and admires you friend for some time um back in two thousand seven ten years ago you did an interview and you said um um uh i think the fact is you know one a majority of voters aren't with you on an issue if you don't believe in it you shouldn't a spouse it and i always say it's better the best thing politics is to run as who you are and and the on the things that you believe in and win in the worst thing politics is to run as who you're not and things and on things you don't believe in an lose so um in in in reflecting i i mean i n you've given a spirited defence for the things they got you've done um are do you have any dis think package i wish i hadn't done this right i wish i had not done that i don't think i was true to myself here i did not take positions that i do not believe in you know.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Areas uh statues ms thirteen and and restoration of rights it's important for folkston no and this is one of the things that happens with media coverage and a narrative gets set but the fact is iran more ads about them lieutenant governor north missing important meetings of various panels and commissions on which he served as lieutenant governor and saying that he shouldn't get promoted if he missed you know his attendance was so bad at at these meetings iran more ads about that than iran about ms thirteen and sanctuary cities combined iran more ads on economic opportunity my tax cut proposal upward mobility then on restoration of how bad and less iran so the camp iran mort well and in last few weeks of the campaign i meant ran more ads on education uh than on statues enclosing the education gap and so uh you know the end of and yesterday sanctuary cities ms thirteen i'm pretty sure want running at the end of the campaign it was restoration of rights and the parallel commercial yeah they're all that these are all issues based on policies and votes cast by my opponent and policy positions taken but the the ads about his missing important votes as or missing important meetings is who tennesee governor the ads about my being for tax cuts and in him being against them the ads about my wanting to close the education gap and had his winning two to change the nature of testing as as a response to that gap none of those fit the narrative of the trump narrative which is what the media is obsessed with right now and and so if it doesn't fit a narrative of to your point about trump like kind of issues they don't get written about i unveiled 21 specific detailed policy proposals in the course of my campaign including some very innovative criminal justice reform us look i acknowledge on that and i i know that.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"My opponent cast a vote on the floor the senate a deciding vote against a ban and that bill would have allowed cities are counties to not cooperate with federal immigration authorities to deport someone here illegally who commits a violent crime ms thirteen largely is here illegally and they terrorise the immigrant community themselves and so my point is that will not make us safer when someone who is here and and by the way from november to november for the year prior to the election there have been eight ms thirteen related gang murders in northern pabna alone through with sanctuary cities that up i didn't say that they have a hindu sanctuary cities but we should be able to deport them if they are arrested was the point and that his policy would not make a safe would make it harder for us to crack down on ms if any lay if anybody if any community actually a qualified essentials his and took the position that they wouldn't allow they wouldn't turn over people current correct violent crimes so there several steps to go there i mean i just look as i said look you and i we both in an era of campaigns we've both i mean i think back at the ads i've done over the years and you know you take up you you you shade you take liberties their defensible on the sort of as you are defending your epa you know what you're doing your enflaming people why didn't it's not meant to play people and in fact the the one of the things we saw was the people i was trying to to get you were suburban women who had a legit heavy legitimate concern about public safety and an ms thirteen is a is a menace in northern virginia peep you just read that news coverage and in fact there was a fact check david on one of my statements i said there were two thousand ms thirteen relate gang members in in northern virginia in fairfax county in the post at the fact that they said there was one.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Uh which took place for the first sixteen days of october which which i think had a big impact in terms of that outcome or it may have gone consistent with the norm so i knew was going to be you know a a challenge you asked rag when you started to run you you your assumption was probably that hillary clinton was going to be president that was the conventional wisdom now is going to run regardless uh but i i do know looking at all the you know the the polling and everything like we just said you know turned out to be wrong that was my you know that was my guess was that she was likely to win based on what you know what i was seeing um so i knew on uh you know the day after the election the presidential election that that the road just became a lot harder given the historic pattern in in virginia well and the fact that as you said earlier that trump was a divisive figure even within the republican party so they were republicans who uh will probably were very vehemently embracing of him republicans who were a recoiling from him and i was able to bring them altogether you know if you if you look at the uh the exit surveys you know the fact is i got i think 95 percent of self identified republicans which is you know what you get when you've got a unified park nobody gets a 100 percent even of their own marty i think i think we tend to govern now governor like north and was right around the same with democrats and we also had record high turnout.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Just a backup for a second you never endorsed donald trump for president him when he became the nominee i did in uh i'm a former rnc chairman and and i said i would support our nominee and i did and in fact i introduce vice president pence then governor pence at a couple of rallies in in virginia but you weren't uh seen by the trump base in virginia as a as a trump person that that's fair to say i ever seems to me that has primary ed in uh in virginia really spoke to the sort of ongoing i don't know if you call it a civil war but within the republican party and they're really very different i mean there may be some commonality on issues of regulation and tax cuts and so on but on these issues that really propel trump trade immigration uh you know this the social divide um it it seems pretty profound and your primary race spoke to their worth eno the the fact is the you know i would have every day in the course of my campaign you know three republicans would say to me you've got to stand up to president trump and every day three republicans would say you've got to stand up for president trump and my mentality was i'm not running to be for or against president trump i'm running to be for the people in virginia to be our next governor and i really wanted to keep the focus on that almost impossible leaves well to your point if you're not you know standing up for president trump for his supporters.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And and a lynchpin of that campaign in 94 when the republicans took over the house was something called the contract with america right you were deeply involved in drafting there tell me about the you know it was a it was a very exciting time and gingrich deserves a lot of credit as does army the two of them when they came together really formed a you know an alliance that was pretty powerful uh and their ability to work together in the staff to work together uh you know was something that we hadn't really seen our army got into leadership and became conference chairman of the house republican conference in in newt was the whip and they both believe very strongly that opposing president clinton was not enough that you had to come forward with a competing alternative agenda for governance and they work very hard in that regard to put forward ten bills that they would if if republicans took control the house which remember at that point had not been the case for forty year right for decades was a tectonic shifting of the play it was and but they felt that that was the nest surrey ingredient that had been missing was the not just run against uh president clinton or run with a republican presidential candidate but to come forward and say this is what will do for given that the ability to to govern in the responsibility of governing and and so they when about bringing together the whole house republican conference and candidates for congress all across the country to craft an agenda that they could run on any unified way and say will do this and and that was the genesis for the contract with america i was involved in the in the drafting of it i'm i coauthored the book contract with america and a i gave the names to the bills in the contract as part of kinda the marketing campaign and it was very effective this was before social media and so the the media can hook on it was a an ad in uh.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Um again uncharted territory here but just putting your pull that you're you're strategists hannah on and you're one of the best um doesn't created enormous problem with the base of the uh the sort of trump base of the republican party if more comes and then his expel them presumably with a lot of democratic votes to expel him as well as some republicans were this eight lick there there are these tensions and and these crosscurrents clearly and and a true in both parties his you know but in this as an example where the uh there will be a segment of the electorate that will say you know we're not we're we're electing someone at there was an interesting piece i wish i could remember give proper credit than sa not too long ago that kennett talked about the difference between one of the differences between the elites and and can a rank and file voters whether they be in the democratic or the liberal a base of either party and said the mentality is look we're we're not electing someone uh y the elites may see it as well where you know we have to be more virtuous sin and role models in that kind of thing a lot of the electorate insane we're just send in somebody there to do a job and to to vote for tax cuts and conservative judges and you know others some of those voters per clearly resent being told the enters and at and that's a factor as well there is a sense that you know people from outside of our.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The rnc is now supporting as we sit here today the race will be tomorrow roy more in alabama do you think the ours he should be supporting uh more and what will it mean if he gets elected if i were in alabama and i would not be able to bring myself to vote for a rumour i couldn't vote for doug jones uh but i wouldn't be able to bring myself to vote for him now the cory gardner uh has at the senatorial shannon as is the germany eta cnn's from colorado who in orasje has has a they're not pay esrey guy that there are including a putting uh money into the race i think that's you know that's the right decision and what if he gets elected should he be seated again unchartered waters i mean this is a bad for the republican party either way uh you know i think given uh what senator franken has done in and and conyers and and we'll see what others or some other democrats you know i receive your homer in the mix um you know politically i think that it's obviously going to be a challenge and a think the you know the members of the the senate republican conference realize that they've made that clear i was struck by by senator shelby and his comments yesterday a senior senator from alabama said he could not he didn't voting wrote in someone else's surroi more um but i'm trying to think through the politics of this so every business and we'll let the people of alabama decide the people of alabama decide and then he comes to the senate and then the senate expels him with the president the united states supporting him i don't know i like i say i mean the end i've i've seen the statements very statements from from leaders in the senate uh you know they said there'll be an immediate investigation an ethics investigation and so that would run its course i assume.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A journalism and was going to study and i was studying communications and journalism at i was the sports editor right you are at best or yeah yeah and so uh so when you so did the parking of cars at the senate exposure to people who who looked after you gave you opportunities how how did that all hey did one of the one of the guys i was parking cars with and then he the'don't thing about parking cards there it's all its students for all the different colleges from around the district of columbia and so you got to meet you know kids from georgetown an american and howard in catholic can trinity in an and that was very interesting and one of them had an internship in one of the offices on the house side and said there's another internship available to get office you should interned there so i applied for the internship and that led to a job and that led to another job in another job and you went to work for a congressman from florida who was a democrat andy ireland yes and i thought therapist perfect but he became a republican in the realignment you know in in 1984 he ran as a republican and change parties and that's when i became republican and then you i mean you became um you you took that communications interest of yours and you applied it to politics he went to work for dick armey who became quite an influential figure in the shift in the republican party he was a freshman member of congress who was elected in 1984 exists in a big landslide year obviously for president reagan and a lot of cocktails and six republican freshmen members of congress were elected in texas that year and the called on the texas six pack and i wanted to be a press secretary and because of my interest in journalism in and uh i could write pretty well and uh but the there wasn't a an opening in the office in india ireland's office and so someone that i knew of told me about this this opening in india karmi's office in i.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Will not condone hatred and bigotry democrat ralph nor them elected governor in virginia and the politics that have torn this country apart he'd be republican ed gillespie by nine points leslie did not campaign with president trump does sam self publicly while assuming some of the white house's position as president trump was quick to fogel has been for not embracing twinning from seven thousand miles away code ed gloves we worked hard but did not embrace me or what i stand for and that's fox as griff jenkins a democrat was elected governor also in new jersey phil murphy will my 13 points and democrats to control of the state senate in washington state one republican degree of no john curtis when congressional seat in utah president trump has moved on the china the third country on his asian trip fox's john decker still back in seoul south korea live hours after at all his attempt to visit the dnc email it to write zone because of bad weather the president had a direct message for north korea and its leader kim jong we will not by men have merit our allies to be blackmailed for attacked we will not allow american cities to be threat with destruction that president valley and beijing for a twoday visit will press chinese president xi to take a harder line on pyongyang which did end so excited for ninety percent of its trade data from john vice president pence will to southern springs sexist today twenty six people were massacred in a church there twelve survivors were man hospitalized including dave brown's mother she's laid on the gun a whole time and watched his boots woke up and down and down i'm going out to her pugh lady to her live started shooting her repeatedly he says she would have been next with the hero neighbor showed up started shooting back ending that rampage fox news.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Great overnight work including important asset from el hunt with his decades is heritage awash she'd what are your at president obama just tweeting a moment ago picking up all you're just talking about that is turn out and he said quoted this is what happens when the people vote congrats rao north and phil murphy at new jersey gradually to all the victories in state legislative county in mayor's races every office in a democracy accounts so he pushing against we could serena williams the buses in mr gorostiaga ferret futures negative three doubt futures negative fifteen from new york this is bloomberg let's get a check of national headlines ever michael barr is in our bloomberg 1130 at studios here in new york michael good morning debbie good morning john new jersey's next governor democrat joe murphy says his party's victory sends a message to president trump backed the country is better van his politics of division murphy beat republican lieutenant governor redondo democrat ralph noricum has won a charge against republican ed gillespie in the race for virginia's governor the house seat vacated over the summer by utah's jason ceviche has been voters in utah's third congressional district picked republican john curtis to represent them in washington paul make my service about solving big problems and not petty squabbles i'll focus on the long term and fight for systematic off fight against this dramatic pressures that encourage short term and small thinking one year ago today donald trump beat hillary clinton to win the presidency but those who have chosen not to support may end up past of which there were a few people i'm reaching out to you for your guidance in your help so that we can work together and unify our great country global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thanks so much as always on the bloomberg and b sports report brought to you by investors bank with jon stashower morning john david only ten games.

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"ed gillespie" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ed gillespie" Discussed on WTMA

"Polls a few weeks ago and then that ad came out showing all of these little immigrant children about to be run down by a pickup truck with the confederate flag and an edge ed gillespie sticker on a german you saw that video right you saw that ad campaign that horrible hideous ed campaign that this immigra pro immigrant group out now remembered they weren't talking about ed gillespie he wasn't ed gillespie drive in that truck look into mowed down these little immigrant children it was an esca edgelow us we it was you that what it was the conservative republican voters in virginia that's how they feel about you the understand that eggless me one behind the wheel there that was a glaspie supporter that was a republican with the don't tread on me of licenseplate on the front of the truck flying the confederate flag that's how they feel about you on the left you've got to understand that they loathe you they hate you we've seen the vitriol over the past few months over the past three hundred and sixty five plus days the trump's been in office they low the you they consider you white supremacists they consider you white nationalist they consider you racists and misogynists taken anti the you know you're islam phobic you're anti immigration yatta yatta that's how they feel about you that blood reflected in that ad there was put out by that pro i guess pro illegal immigrant group so you were driving their truck in that that's how they feel about you so it's not it's not the fact that steve bannon is coming here they're they're the you know the the speak at the centre long friday night issued that they're upset with that you're actually going to show up at this event at of the citadel on friday night they're mad at you and that's it i mean that's the anger and the.

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