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Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"She seems great. So last year, when I tried to get Larry and then it fell apart. I said to HBO, can I get Jeff or Susie? And they gave me Jeff. But maybe when the show comes back the next time I'll get Susie, 'cause I would love to interview her. I'm thinking about you love schrager like I love schrager. We both love schrager. And I remember he came on this pod once and I think he was talking about Larry and that's the dream guest and all that. And he said to me, he's like, I know in your head, you think if you get Larry on, you're going to be Friends. And I'm like, yeah, I do. And he's like, it's not happening. It's not going to happen. Like, we all think we're going to meet these people and become friends. And the Larry is like, he's like, he was like, Jimmy, it's not happening. And I want Larry on so I can play that clip for him. That's really what I want, Larry hunter. Great. Yeah. Harissa will, you know, we just all went to we went to Mexico together. And I really messed up Jared's sunscreen. And it's not because I was a bad sprayer again, a Seinfeld curb episode. I got his back and that night, he ended up having a zigzag all over his back and everybody's like, wow, shitty job by your wife. Like really? And I'm like, listen, I didn't, I didn't mean I'm normally really good. I'm very worried about skin care. How did you mess that up? Aren't you just supposed to? I'm getting Carissa takes a picture of it and sends it to Larry and goes, look at what Aaron did to Jared's back. And he's like, tough back sprayer. And so then everybody started saying that, well then we found out, you know what? It was running out. So that's what happened. It was like, but this is a net plus for you because Larry gave you a nickname..

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Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

00:57 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"You know, it's back to each other reentry. He's still working in the NHL. I'm done with the season. It's, you know, mommy's back, Howie's mommy's back and all that. I'm standing right here. I text Troy, you know, ten times a day, from everything to Kardashian's gossip to what's going on in Dallas with Jerry or dak or how about devonta going to Vegas so I was standing here and my phone rang and I just looked at Jared and I said, this isn't good. But I said, Troy is going to Amazon and he's calling me to tell me. So we put it on speaker because Jared and Choi are close and he we just started BSing, I told him I was on my way to go work out and we were in Montana. We're gonna go skiing later and blah blah blah and he just got right into it and he's like, hey, I'm going to ESPN. And I just looked at Jared and I didn't speak for 5 minutes and then, you know, I've said.

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Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:58 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "erin" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Andrews and from Fox Sports, talking about the big NFL broadcasting shake ups, she goes from working with. Troy Aikman and Joe buck to Kevin burkhart Greg Olsen and then Tom Brady. So we get into all that and her contract situation with Fox. A lot of other topics as well. Including Larry David being at her wedding and how that a couple of things from Larry at the wedding ended up becoming storylines on Caribbean and also get into sort of Aaron's role as sideline reporter and the role evolving and changing and what it means it's a good combo with Aaron followed following Aaron train of thoughts with Sal wakata, where we get into a couple of topics about Freddie Freeman and his ties to the braves and sort of getting criticized by Clayton Kershaw a little bit, which was I thought a very interesting story that didn't get a ton of publicity and then we also talked about whether people should stick to sports people in sports media stick to sports against a little conversation about that with Sal. Before we get to Aaron real quick, just in case you missed it last week, Scott van pelt was on the pod two weeks ago, Paul bissonnette aka is nasty three weeks ago, Brian Curtis. If you've missed any of those interviews, check them out the archives, subscribe to the SI media podcast and rate and review. All right, here we go. Erin Andrews followed by train of thoughts right here on the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now from the number one NFL team on Fox and the calm down podcast with Chris Thompson. Old friend Aaron Andrews EA, how's it going? I'm good. How are you? Where are you? I'm home in New York. This might, this might be a 5 minute podcast because literally 5 minutes before we jumped on this zoom ESPN sent me the screeners for the Derek Jeter. Documentary. Can we talk about this? So I have to go watch. So all right, thanks for joining us. I am so excited. When does it come out? July 18th, I believe, is the dream. I am so excited and I obviously you and I share a love for him. You have a way bigger. Obsession with Derek, but I will always hold Derek to such a high standard because of how he treated me and how he was just, I know he doesn't let many people in, but he was so good to me from day one and I'm grateful for that. I looked out for me on certain occasions, which I'll never forget. And when they put the promo out for that docuseries, I was like, wow baby. And then I started following him on IG and I absolutely loved the way he is being so unre Jeter captain buttoned up. He did this whole thing with his daughters or with story when she was counting to I forgot 15. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. About half the numbers. And I'm so glad Derek is allowing people is allowing people to see himself like that. I know it's probably a lot to do with the promotion of the docuseries, but I'm pumped. I hope he keeps it up. Yeah, like I totally get now that if you are a celebrity famous person, whatever brand, then you have to be on social media. Like you almost don't have a choice in some way..

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Rays snap 3-game skid, hold off Angels 4-2 in 10 innings

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Rays snap 3-game skid, hold off Angels 4-2 in 10 innings

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Guerrero slugs 3 HRs despite gash on hand, Jays beat Yankees

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Guerrero slugs 3 HRs despite gash on hand, Jays beat Yankees

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Kreider's power-play goal lifts Rangers over Blues, 5-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Kreider's power-play goal lifts Rangers over Blues, 5-3

"Chris Kreider scored a tie breaking power play goal what the Rangers netted three goals in the third period of a five three win over the blues Sir nice we don't have it but being able to dig in and do whatever it takes to win hockey games okay so that's certainly easier when you have a best call and world it was Kreider's team high thirty fifth goal of the season and league leading eighteenth with the man advantage are tell me put Erin had a goal and two assists for the Blueshirts who also received goals from Alexis lafreniere Ryan Strome and Patrik Nemeth Adam fox had three assists for New York the blues ended a four game winning streak despite Ryan a rally and David Perron each of whom had a goal and an assist I'm the ferry

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Shesterkin, Rangers edge Senators 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Shesterkin, Rangers edge Senators 2-1

"Igor Shuster can make twenty nine saves and almost scored in the Rangers two one win over the senator's Chesterton blanked Ottawa after Tim students will beat him about four minutes into the game Ryan Strome tied it with a goal off a rebound three minutes later and R. Timmy Penderyn put the Rangers ahead in the second period Rangers coach Gerard the Launceston Erin came through again he's a great player just a laugh because he makes those great passes and tonight he shoots the puck embarrassed at the winning goal on the power play itself is a big part of our group she started nearly sealed the win with an empty netter in the closing moments but his shot went just wide of the goal senators netminder filled Gustafson stopped thirty one shots in his first NHL start since December seventh the Blueshirts have won four of their last five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Four Day Work Week-Work Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Four Day Work Week-Work Intro and wrap

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Tsitsipas advances in Australia; Collins, Swiatek into semis

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Tsitsipas advances in Australia; Collins, Swiatek into semis

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New York City ushers in 2022 with ball drop in Times Square

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

New York City ushers in 2022 with ball drop in Times Square

"New New York York City City welcome welcome the the new new year year and and big big good good riddance riddance to to twenty twenty twenty twenty one one as as confetti confetti and and cheers cheers spread spread across across Times Times Square Square the the crowd crowd of of about about fifteen fifteen hundred hundred spread spread out out and and masked masked up up across across Times Times Square Square how how did did cheered cheered as as a a giant giant ball ball drops drops for for Alexander Alexander Vargas Vargas it it was was magical magical the the confetti confetti does does mean mean that that yeah yeah leave leave the the dance dance scene scene the the scene scene the the vibe vibe of of everybody everybody does does and and just just to to be be here here it it was was one one of of a a lifetime lifetime Erin Erin Chapple Chapple says says it it was was on on our our bucket bucket list list my my son son said said you you know know what what you you turn turn fifty fifty let's let's go go and and it's it's every every single single thing thing I I ever ever ever ever ever ever you you can't can't do do it it alone alone her her son son Tyler Tyler table table says says he he is is just just as as much much fun fun if if not not more more in in Times Times Square Square I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Rodgers sets team record as Packers hold off Browns 24-22

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Rodgers sets team record as Packers hold off Browns 24-22

"Erin Erin Rogers Rogers became became the the Packers Packers all all time time leader leader in in touchdown touchdown passes passes by by throwing throwing for for three three more more in in a a twenty twenty four four twenty twenty two two victory victory over over the the Browns Browns Rogers Rogers has has spread spread far far with with his his first first TD TD of of the the day day before before ending ending up up with with four four hundred hundred forty forty five five the the tribute tribute afterwards afterwards man man that that was was that that was was really really cool cool to to see see you you know know from from the the first first test test down down to to ground ground on on down down the the line line some some of of them them number number ones ones over over the the years years and and get get a a message message from from far far definitely definitely you you know know down down military military on on the the bench bench the the Packers Packers improved improved to to twelve twelve and and three three Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield had had two two touchdown touchdown passes passes but but was was sacked sacked five five times times and and picked picked off off a a career career high high four four times times in in his his first first game game since since coming coming up up the the NFL's NFL's injured injured because because of of that that list list the the Browns Browns delta delta seven seven and and eight eight and and will will remain remain in in last last place place in in the the AFC AFC north north I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Packers clinch division after Ravens' 2-point try fails

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Packers clinch division after Ravens' 2-point try fails

"Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes tying tying Brett Brett farb farb on on green green bay's bay's all all time time career career list list as as the the Packers Packers beat beat the the ravens ravens thirty thirty one one thirty thirty to to clinch clinch the the NFC NFC north north title title Rogers Rogers at at the the Mante Mante Adams Adams marquis marquis Valdes Valdes scantling scantling and and Erin Erin Jones Jones with with scoring scoring strikes strikes Jones Jones says says the the division division title title is is just just the the start start for for this this team team our our first first good good elsewhere elsewhere stars stars stars stars with with the the north north and and now now now now we'd we'd like like you you said said I I got got a a bigger bigger fish fish to to fry fry got got to to continue continue to to put put in in the the work work take take it it one one game game at at a a time time and and I I will will get get there there AJ AJ Dillon Dillon had had a a two two yard yard touchdown touchdown run run Tyler Tyler Huntley Huntley threw threw two two touchdown touchdown passes passes in in place place of of the the injured injured Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson both both to to mark mark Andrews Andrews he he scored scored from from eight eight yards yards out out with with forty forty two two seconds seconds to to go go but but this this pass pass for for a a two two point point conversion conversion was was incomplete incomplete Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore

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Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

"Aaron's go ahead tally was the first of three third period goals for the Rangers on the way to a five to route of the Bruins put Erin tipped in a pass from Julian go TA with eight twenty five to play in the third Alexei l'avenir scored with under four minutes to play and Jacob Trouba added an empty netter to send the Rangers to their seventh win in eight games Ryan Strome opened the scoring for New York and says the team's success is a result of everyone playing their role I think it's everyone buying in on so I think it's guys realizing that on every shift is gonna be office of shift and if you get the bulk of the blinds and I'm just correct you know change

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McNeil's Homer Lifts Mets; Phillies Slip in Playoff Race

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

McNeil's Homer Lifts Mets; Phillies Slip in Playoff Race

"The Braves lead the NL east by two games following the Phillies three two loss to the Mets New York came back from a two run deficit and went ahead on Jeff McNeil Homer off losing pitcher Kyle Gibson leading off the seventh I mean if I could change about that was a very good pitching in on this little frustrating missed that one but I know it is a problem in the you know same page same change up enough you can miss that one the deal also singled and scored on dom Smith's game tying two run double in the sixth winning pitcher Erin Luper skipped a bases loaded jam in the sixth Edwin Diaz worked the ninth for his twenty ninth save Bryce Harper drove in a run and scored a run for the Phils who are three and a half games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0

"Corey Kluber beat his old team and Joey Gallo slammed two of the Yankees five home runs in and ate nothing pounding the Indians galleries to season total to thirty seven homers connecting in the first off losing pitcher Zach police act before he and Giancarlo Stanton went back to back in the eighth it's always nice to kind of win a game you know handily like that we've been playing really really close games as of late so it's nice to kind of you know letter letter pictures go out there and not have to worry about you know giving up a run in it obviously some more loose environment Erin judge Brett Gardner also went deep for the bombers who moved a half game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card Kluber one for the first time in nearly four months scattering four hits over six innings I'm the ferry

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Judge HRs twice, rallies Yanks past Mets on 9/11 anniversary

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Judge HRs twice, rallies Yanks past Mets on 9/11 anniversary

"New York's two baseball teams fittingly played each other on the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks with the Yankees beating the Mets eight to seven at Citi field after an emotional pregame ceremony the Yankees jumped out to a five nothing lead with three home runs in the second inning by Kyla gusty okay Brett Gardner and Aaron judge the metal responded with seven straight runs to take a seven five lead into the eighth but the young score three in the eighth with the winning run scoring on hobby biases Erin have to judge it tied at seven with his second Homer this is for the city you know this was you know for the Yankee fans for everybody you know affected on this day this was this is more than just a baseball game tonight the victory snapped a seven game losing streak for the yanks Tom area of New York

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Báez 4 for 4, Pillar Slam, Mets Hit 4 HRs to Beat Nats 13-6

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Báez 4 for 4, Pillar Slam, Mets Hit 4 HRs to Beat Nats 13-6

"Kevin Pelorus grand slam capped a six run ninth is the Mets beat the nationals for the third time in four games thirteen to six I think the biggest thing for me in those situations not to rush into the at bat understanding that the picture is the one that's in trouble when there's runners in scoring position those are his earned runs New York wasted a four run lead and was tied in the eighth inning until Patrick busy could sacrifice fly Francisco Lindores sparked the ninth inning rally with a leadoff Homer hi dear bye as one four for four with a home run for the Mets who also received a round tripper from Jonathan V. are in their seventh win in eight games Erin Lou picked up the Mets NL leading forty second relief victory and improve to five NO I'm the ferry

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Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

"The brewers three game skid is over after rowdy tell as in Louis Siri is Homer to power them to a six two win over the twins tell as belted a three run shot Riess added a solo blast and cold wind hit a two run double as Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL central to eight and a half games over Cincinnati Erin Ashley surrendered a two run Homer by Miguel Sano but just two other hits over five innings for his first major league win the brewers raise their majorly best road record to forty three and twenty three they also ended their only losing streak longer than two games since the all star break I'm Dave Ferrie

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

NPR Politics Podcast

01:30 min | 10 months ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.

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Leon Panetta Says US Troops Will Need to Return to Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Leon Panetta Says US Troops Will Need to Return to Afghanistan

"Thirteen american ranger dead and corman among them navy. Cormon and many are wounded and being evacuated to germany. Evacuations have resumed at kabul airport. Security is still being handled jointly between the taliban and the united states marines on the wall. Up two thousand one hundred eligible afghans will be left behind that are eligible to britain. We don't know. The number of americans are going to be left behind. President biden last night in halting address that left everyone wondering whether or not he actually is going to make it. He looked frail and frazzled. And of course he. I think he's overwhelmed. The exit will continue and the americans will be left behind and he gave us assurances just like he gave his assurances that kabul wooden fall and just like. He gave us assurances. The airport was safe. He gave us assurances. We'll get those americans out. I don't believe it. I think this is a catastrophe. But i've been saying that for weeks last night. Leon panetta secretary of defense under president. Obama said this erin. Burnett on cnn. About what does the head cut. Thirty one bottom line is that our work is not done in afghanistan. i know we'll be removing our troops by a certain day about the bottom line is our our work is not done. We're going to have to go after isis. I'm glad the president said that we're going to hunt them down and make them pay a price for what they did in killing our our warriors and we should. We're going to have to go back in. He did isis or probably going to go have to go back in a win. Al qaeda resurrects itself as they will with this taliban. They gave safe haven to the kind of before. They'll do it again. So yeah you know. I understand that we're trying to get our troops out of there but the bottom line is we can leave a battlefield but we can't leave the war on terrorism which still is a threat to our security.

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Giants Turn 5 DPs, Get Alonso With Bags Full to Top Mets 3–2

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Giants Turn 5 DPs, Get Alonso With Bags Full to Top Mets 3–2

"The San Francisco Giants became the first team in MLB this year to clinch a winning season by beating the Mets three to two the giants have a come from behind to win their eighty second game York held a two to one lead entering the seventh as Taijuan Walker giving up just one hit a solo home run by Kris Bryant and thereby Johnson the aren't a bloop single by Alex Dickerson to start the seventh was enough for Lewis Ross to remove Walker for Erin loop who probably gave up a two run go ahead double to Brandon Crawford that stood up in any situation whether whether we've got a lot of hats and you know it's a nine to ten gamer or it's a big data entry to Canada it's it feels good either way the fading that's about lost ten of their last twelve games Tom Mariam New York

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"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"I'll front historic impeachment. Trial of president trump beginning in the senate president trump pushes back against new evidence that has just emerged plus plus intelligence officials privately asking Congress not to hold public hearings on global threats the reason they don't want to anger trump and Evelyn Yang the wife of twenty twenty presidential identify candidate. Andrew Yang is revealing something tonight. She kept secret for years something that she didn't even tell her husband about for months. It is a CNN exclusive exclusive interview. Let's go out front and good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. The breaking news the fate of trump's presidency in saint now in the hands of the Senate all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment while the House of Representatives it was exhibiting to the Senate of the United States articles of impeachment against Donald John Trump president of the United States and with that proclamation Chen by the sergeant at arms the historic impeachment trial of president trump is now underway. The Chief Justice John Roberts and ninety nine senators swearing in this afternoon. We'll all senators. Now stand remain. Standing and raise their right hand do you solemnly solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you God. And so they swore and then each senator under signed an oath book vowing to be impartial. Already though a new twist the president now in that high stakes back and forth with one of Rudy Giuliani's associates about his actions regarding Ukraine was lost foreigners. Who says your efforts in your brain? We're all about twenty twenty you just wanted corners. You'll find out I don't know parts well there's going to be an answer whether that's true or not trump says he doesn't know him parnis point point blank calling trump Aligarh. He's lying he's lying. Well someone's lying and it is the Senate job to get to the bottom of Parnassus damning claims which is why Democrats continue to pound the table demanding to hear from witnesses. Montage begins our coverage tonight on Capitol Hill. What more are you learning about what happens here now? The trial has formerly begun. What happens now? We'll lot of unpredictable. Twists and turns are GONNA come in this historic store trial. That could take a couple of weeks potentially could go longer. It really depends about how votes come down on the Senate floor and those votes could begin as soon as Tuesday whose day that's on the Senate will reconvene. At that point they will take up. An organizing resolution set the terms of the trial that organized resolution has been drafted by Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell All Democrats have objected to that resolution because it does not guarantee upfront witnesses and documents and Democrats tonight signaling that they could start to force votes on the Senate floor as soon as Tuesday to put the Senate on record but Republicans are pushing back and could some who have said that it'd be open to witnesses. Susan Collins of Maine Republican for one so that she would not be open to having those witnesses agree to upfront. She says he wants to consider that later. On in the trial after the opening arguments happened after the senators have their opportunities Sunnis to ask questions so those are the big questions in the days ahead whether or not there will be four Republicans who would break ranks or more with the forty seven Democrats Force Cetera. Ah anyone to come forward witnesses. Also if the Democrats will agree to any Republican witnesses. Those negotiations will happen on the side. So Erin right now. They're going to be side side of put together their briefs argues that are GonNa make next week and then those big votes will take place in just a matter of days. All right. Thank you very much Mono these days of course coarser now upon us and tonight another ran now at the center of the Ukraine scandal is speaking out and Alex Marquardt is out front with the details. The indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani. Turning on his old boss and the man they were working so hard for in Ukraine president trump idolize them. I mean and I thought he was the savior left. Parnes says everyone knew what was going on. In Ukraine president. Trump know exactly what was going on. He was aware of all movements. Including trump during a media blitz. That helped show prosecutors. He's willing to cooperate. Parnes revealing how significant the pressure was in the quid pro quo with Ukraine. Investigate the Biden's or else if day than make the announcement basically there would be no relationship. Parnasse who was born in Ukraine but race in America says he told officials in Kiev there would be no military aid or a White House meeting for the new president and less they announced the Biden investigation knowing England we cared about we were we were. The team was to get his Alinsky or Shaneco or somebody to make on the press. Release the nounce men into the Biden investigation. Also in the balance Parnasse said what the attendance of Vice President. Mike Pence at Dolinsky inauguration no announcement no pence pence would and be at the inauguration and they would be no visit to the White House there would be basically you have no communication. There was no biden announcement and pants cancelled his trip in terms of who knew about what you were doing in Ukraine vice president pence. No of course pence's office responded. That parnasse will say anything to stay out of prison. Parnassus said that when he was just sixteen years old he worked at a New York Real Estate Company. Selling trump organization apartments apartments loved them. I mean he I mean I when when the FBI came to my house Tori my wife embarrassed because they said a shrine Brian to him by May I have pictures. Lower trump has denied knowing parnis despite numerous photos showing the two together every time. He says they'll show them another picture. He's lying he's lying. The administration is also accusing me of lying in these new interviews nobody on TV like that under oath and he obviously is desperate to get attention. Claiming his credibility is in question since he's been charged with four counts of campaign finance violations. I thought they were GonNa shut me up. Make me look like the scapegoat. Go and try. Blame me for stuff that I wasn't done in the end. Parnis insists that everything he did was under Giuliani's instruction and for the President's political game though is the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing now with. Hey those major campaign. Finance charges hanging over Parnassus had there is very good reason to question his credibility but pretty much Aaron everything he is saying when it comes to the president Holding up that military aid for Ukraine and that White House meeting in exchange for investigations that lines up with what multiple other witnesses have already testified a two under oath in front of Congress. Aaron all right Alex. Thank you very much and out front tonight. Democratic Senator Debbie Stabbing Michigan who is chair of the Democratic Policy and communications and Committee and I appreciate your time Senator Of course lead partners You know is being charged with Violating the law go to jail for that But presumably thinks he says on other topics if untrue could be Could be used against him when it comes to things like sentencing Do you trust the new information that we're hearing from life partners right that that everything was was about getting the announcement of this investigation into Joe Biden. And that he was doing this at the behest of Rudy Giuliani and the president of the United States. Well Aaron it's good to be with you and I think first of all the most important thing is that this is not the first time we've heard this. That house had witnesses come forward. People have testified a case has been made aid and in fact what he's saying in plain language That In Very I don't know him certainly but he's certainly someone that we should listen to in terms of verifying the other people that have come forward. I also want to mention that you know the president surrounded by people that have been indicted or imprison and in fact today the General Accounting Office also said he broke the law when he did what he has done. which is withhold withhold the aid without congressional approval? So the President I states according adding to an unbiased gun accounting source has now said that he broke the law as well. And we're going to much more on that. In a moment I do want to ask you though Senator Senator. The president said again today that he does not know love. Parnis doesn't know anything about the letter that aren't delivered to Zielinski Presidents Alinsky from Giuliani. Right the letter Guiliani said he had a very specific crafts and he wanted to meet and just a couple of days he only needed thirty minutes of time and he was doing all that with the quote knowledge and consent of the President President of the United States. That is what the allegation is. That's what the letter from Giuliani says. Here's what president trump said about Today breath I don't know I don't know anything about the letter. Do you think this trial will prove the president trump is a liar. Well I or something say that. This whole process is a very sobering wanting to take it very seriously but what you just showed really is laughable able in the sense that we have seen over and over again proved that that what the president said is not accurate it and so in my mind I mean we. It's our responsibility to listen. All the evidence here witnesses by the way witnesses and documents that is is the big question right now and if the president wants to put forward his own case. This is his opportunity to do that. So it's GonNa be at this point I think important and all of us are going to have to decide when we're voting on witnesses versus documents. Do we want to hear the truth or do we want to. Hi The truth and I think that's the big question and it is. It is a huge question. And you and your colleagues took a very important oath today and the quote do impartial Justice Brian by the chief justice of this nation. But like to be honest. Let me just show you hear senator. What some of your colleagues on? Both sides of the Aisle Senators Senators have said. I'm not going to be easy. Impeachment proceeding is definitely about Donald Trump. Who Pretty clearly has broken.

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Erin Burnett OutFront

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Tonight breaking news no warning turning to State Department officials telling CNN that officials involved an embassy security were not told them an threats to four American embassies and they did not issue any specific warnings and and this is bizarre and shocking because the president has said repeatedly that multiple US embassies were endangered specifically four. And that is why the United States had to kill. Iran's ONS top commander immediately. I can reveal that. I believe it would have been four embassies if if this is true four embassies and it was imminent and they knew about the plans. And how is it possible that the people in charge of embassy embassy security. We're not aware Kelly Atwood is out from from the State Department apartment breaking this development entirely. What are these officials telling you yet? We'll sources are telling me that. US officials here at the State Department. Who Work On? US Embassy NBA see. Security were amazed they were shocked to learn of the fact that president trump had said that there were four. US embassies facing an imminent can't threat. And one senior safe permanent official described that justification to me as something that blindsided them because the State Department officials didn't know about those specific threats that president trump is alleging against four embassies. They did reach out to embassies in the Middle East and worldwide and they did warn them of threats that could come due to increase escalation from Iran and Iranian proxies State Department. Spokesperson clarified. I to me that there were even Kohl's that followed up on that worldwide security warning to embassies in the region and they asked them if they needed any additional additional reinforcement in terms of security. But the bottom line here is that there were not for us. Embassies that folks here of the State Department knew about that we're facing facing this imminent threat and so what are reporting demonstrates is that there is some challenging gear with regard to president trump. And what he's saying again today that everyone was totally consistent on the same page with regard to this intelligence Aaron. Thank you very much with those developments. I want to go now to democratic congressman and any hack member of the House Intelligence Committee and Congressman. I appreciate your time. What's your reaction to Kylie's reporting that the senior people in charge of American embassy security? We're not told hold of any imminent threats because there were no imminent threats. Erin as the nose on our face and if you doubted it before you shouldn't doubt it. Today after members of the administration have indicated no really the strategy was deterrence not in fact preempted preempted imminent threat in order to have imminence. Aaron you have to have certain elements you have to have a target. You have to have time and you have to have some approval from the upper authorities authorities to actually execute the plan. None of those elements were present here. So there were there were there. Were no imminent threats per se. So so you point out. Some trump administration administration officials now sort of indicating. What you're saying? And it is true congressman that some of them were not able to confirm the president's claim they were plots specific plots to attack for us. Embassies here are a couple of them. Look it's it's always difficult. Even with the exquisite intelligence that we have to know exactly. What the targets are? He didn't say the specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I didn't see one with regard to four embassies. Okay Okay so you have the secretary of defense. He didn't know didn't see any threat. Regarding four embassies. National Security Advisor did not know what the targets are from from what you understand. Do you believe that General General Soleimani posed an imminent threat to for American embassies. Or not I do not I believe that General Sulejmani represented a continuing canoeing threat of bad behavior in the Mideast. He's a bad guy. He was a bad guy and he was doing bad things. That's a separate question whether or not there was an imminent threat and whether or not the president. There's an possessed the constitutional authority or the legal authority to actually. Do this. Look Erin at the end of the day and action like this set aside the fact of whether or not it was extra for legal or even illegal at the end of the day. This ought to be about furtherance of America's policy objectives in the administration has helped us out here. They've said what our objectives are in the region agent number one keep Iran from getting a nuclear bomb number to keep them from getting an intercontinental ballistic missile with which deliver a nuclear bomb in number three deter bad behavior in the region. So take them one at a time number one. They have lifted the lid on uranium enrichment number two continuing to make our investments to to develop an icbm the number three Hezbollah has now announced. We're targeting all US bases in the region so strike one strike to strike three Secretary of Defense Espera went even further though congressman with what appeared to be a new standard. Because you're talking about the standard of imminent threat to to have a legal strike. There was a new standard. He seemed to be putting putting forth for launching lethal tax. against a someone who wished ill will against America listened to him my expectation was they were going to go after our embassies sees the embassies of the most prominent display of American presence in a country. Okay that's a statement of fact but if the expectation that people who wish Americans harm we'll target embassies because they are the most prominent display of American power if that's now the standard. How many people does this add to America's kill list? I'm sorry I don't understand in question you're If if if we're going to say that you're someone who wants to go after an American embassy because it is the most prominent display of American power. Anybody who has that as their goal is now out fair to to strike. How long does the kill get infinite? I mean if the standard is we're going to go after all bad actors who do bad things then then we probably would be in the business of dropping a whole lot more bombs than we already are but the fact of the matter is there. Were no imminent threats per se and there is no evidence to suggest that the embassies were targeted and the absolute proof of that is as you said at the top of this conversation that the embassies were not notified. Thusly I WANNA get your take if I may congressman something. I don't know if you've seen but it just crossed a few moments ago breaking stories in the New York Times. They're reporting that Russian military hackers targeted burris. My which is the the Ukrainian gas company which Hunter Board and Sir Hunter Biden. Served on the board and experts are saying the timing of this hacking You know with all this story was breaking about. Hunter Biden writes. This is happening over the past few months That that the suggestion is that Russia is looking for information on the story. Orien- dirt on Joe Biden. What do you make of that? They're not looking for it. They'll make it up. Look Aaron throughout the entire Muller report an investigation. Whenever I went home the most frequently asked question I would get is? Do you think the Russians. We'll be back in the next election and of course my response was back. They've never left. This is the standard operating procedure for Vladimir Putin's Russia to use cyber warfare weapons in order to further advance their objectives. And this doesn't surprise me in the slightest and moreover I wouldn't trust the thing that they shared a revealed as a consequence of their illegal hacking of that company in Ukraine. I appreciate your time congressman. Hack thank cute tonight. Welcome next the gloves are off Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. It is now on the face sanders accusing the accused. I'm sorry of telling warn that a woman can't win. So what does this mean weeks before when they're when they're about to be stuck in Washington in an impeachment trial Mike Bloomberg asking growing in question why should Democrats spending all their time right now in Iowa when president trump is actually campaigning. In Swing States Democrats have to win to win the election tonight. Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg not ruling out spilling a billion dollars on this election cycle either to win the presidency residency himself or ensure Donald Trump's defeat. This is according to the New York Times now. Bloomberg's already spent two hundred million dollars on advertising. It's only been two months and president. Trump is taking. I noticed tweeting on the latest Bloomberg Mini Mike Bloomberg is spending a lot of money on false advertising out front now Kevin Shaky Campaign Manager for the Bloomberg Campaign and long-term a political strategist at Bloomberg. You have known him for decades so president trump is now calling mayor Bloomberg Mini Mica famous.

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"erin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Erin we're gonna go to Fred in Anaheim hi Fred Georgia where one of my heroes for decades anyway I'll get right to it I saw a movie when I was a teenager and it was Sydney party a and he was trapped in a cave and they were trying to get a man I'll send everything stopped he eventually got out of the cave and all the people were gone I've been having I'm sixty nine years old I've been having this dream since I was a teenager and I have various friends that are in this world with me and no other people around but we can do what we want it's very enjoyable the run out of gas I just grab another car at central I don't know what it means but I keep having the dream over and it's very enjoyable I wake up in great but in the dream you mentioned the case but that was a movie so in your dream where are you I'm in the city I'm not in the cave the city and there's no people there's just by myself and for friends and I get out of it a friend either friends male and female or just mail now they're they're both availability not okay so this is your your year both sides in your life your yet in your Yang your mailing your your masculine in your feminine your intuition and you're in instincts and you're feeling good about it your feeling that your self reliant and there are no one getting in your way those are all aspects of yourself all the people in your dreams are other aspects of yourself and that the everybody in the dream is as pleasant at you you get along with all the.

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Erin Burnett OutFront

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"I think it's important that you've don't give up one thing for the other because I think having that balances very important, and and my kids getting to see that. Ramp reaction. So I heard that as well, Erin, and I had a couple of reactions the first one, I'm a working mom myself as you are as there are millions of us in this country. So I do agree with her that there is absolutely a always a work life balance that you have to achieve and that you know, she says she feels the mommy guild. We all feel the mommy guilt when we leave our houses. And and yes, I give her that. Here's the problem with what I had about her saying that to her little girl. She feels it's important that she the her little girl feels that women can achieve everything. Yes, I agree with that too. But Sarah Sanders is going to have to own up to the fact that years from now, she her little girl is going to understand who Donald Trump was and the way that he treated treated women, not just in the White House, but throughout his whole life. How massage misogynistic he has been the kind of language he has used the access Hollywood tape about how he thinks he? Could grab women's genitals. Because he's a celebrity and do nothing about it. I think those are the kinds of things that at some point Sarah Sanders and everybody who believes that Trump is is in this White House to do great things, regardless of whatever else he has done. They're going to have to face themselves face their children and look in the mirror, and and look at what they have done to empower this kind of presidency who frankly as a mother I feel ashamed of who he is. And he will never be a role model to my children, or frankly, the millions of children that are out there at both in the country and in the world, Scott, do you see Apocrypha what Sarah said? Listen to Sarah Sanders words today and first of all I'd like to salute Maria, and you end my wife, who's at home with our four children all these working mothers taking care of these kids doing the best they can do their job and take care of their families in their households. I salute you, it's why I'm able to sit here and Cambridge tonight. And you know, do this stuff that I do appear at the university. But when I hear Sarah Sanders talk about feeling guilty when she has to leave for kids. I feel that same twinge when I leave home, and I have to tell my kids, I'm not going to be home for a couple of days. I don't think it's just mommy guilt. I think it's all parents who were doing their level best to work and take care of their kids feel that same kind of paint, and she's expressing that paint. And I don't understand how anybody could be outraged that anybody would wanna show their kids. I love you. I miss you. And I want to involve you in my life. Now, I'm trying to raise my cat. You have to judge a presidency. Yeah. They will do this. Trump and that may not. But that's what I'm trying to do. And I think that's what stairs trying to get it..

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Erin Burnett OutFront

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Com slash CNN. Tonight. It was God. God wanted Donald Trump to be president. This is according to the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders who says this in a new interview with the Christian broadcasting network here. She is. I think calls all of us to fill different roles at different times that I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president. And that's why he's there. And I think he has done a tremendous job in supporting a lot of the things that people of faith really care about. Pronounce Scott Jennings. Former advisor to Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell and democratic strategist Maria Cardona Maria. Do you think he's right? God. This is what God wanted will. If he did it's because he wanted to punish us for taking our democracy for granted. And for not not ensuring that every person went out there to vote, and this is what we got look I I listened to the whole excerpt of the interview in terms of what's available and one huge word jumped out at me. Erin hypocrisy. There was so much hypocrisy in what Sarah Sanders talked about the bottom line is that I can't imagine that God would put or would want somebody to be the commander in chief the leader of the free world. Somebody who doesn't understand the word truth the word honesty, the word humility, the word integrity, the word honor the word forgiveness. I mean, I could go on and on about how this president is actually the antecedents of Jesus Christ's teachings and anything that real Christians would put on the table. As something and someone that they would believe in so Scott, I mean, are you surprised at I mean, obviously, the Christian broadcasting network, but it doesn't matter who it's with them. It's a big thing to say the God, whether whatever God, maybe he she it. But she refers to it as he wanted Donald Trump to become president. I mean does that make you blanche at all? Or are you okay with that? Well, I find it quite likely that supporters of any politician who wins believed that it was God's plan for that politician to win. So I'm not surprised to hear someone saying that. And also think we have to remember that none of us can know God's plan, but we all try to live up to you know, what the bible teaches us to do. And we're not perfect people, and we're not ever going to be perfect and neither as Donald Trump, and he has not been a perfect person. And he's not a perfect Christian. But that does not mean that God doesn't use imperfect vessels to achieve outcomes. And in this particular presidencies case, he has achieved many outcomes. Really? Okay. Okay. I thought we live in a democracy. Right. The will of the people. And now you're saying no, it's the will of God. I don't know. There's something about it. Seems quite jarring to me. Frankly, whatever you believe about God, I certainly believe in democracy, and I believe in the will of the people. But if you think that if you don't believe in the will of God, I happen to believe in the will of God. And that his will will be done on this earth. Whether we like it or not so cares. Who's president of the United States? I I'm I'm not trying to get into some like broad conversation. But I mean, the whole thing, you know, look, I understand the interview was with the Christian broadcasting network. So that's why God came up to begin with Maria to be fair. Right. That's why the question was asked. Sure. Okay. So so I think that's important to note. But there were other controversial things said in this interview by Sarah Sanders, including this. My oldest is a girl. I think it's very important for her to see even at this age that as a woman she can she can do anything that she sets out to do. And while it can be incredibly difficult to find that balance..

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"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"erin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Oh, you T F R O N T tonight, President Trump unleashing a blistering attack on his own intelligence. Chiefs tweeting that they are quote, extremely passive and naive, and quote, perhaps intelligence should go back to school. Twitter tirade coming after the nation's most senior intelligence officials publicly contradicted, the president of the United States on the most pressing national security issues facing this country from ISIS to North Korea to Iran went on and on and on and they did so in public testimony and in a forty two page report, which they released publicly tonight, the president's insults are not going well with frankly, anybody including many Republicans, which include the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, which of course, is investigating Russia and the Trump campaign. Thank the. That was chairman Burr ultimate faith in the intelligence community as the president of the United States should have by the way, all people running. It are the people he picked Pamela Brown is out front at the White House penalties. It's pretty incredible. I think there are just some moments where we need to say, okay. Things are very different now than they have been in anybody's recent memory. But this is a stunning thing for the president of the United States to have done and his own party is coming back at him hard. That's right. Erin, you're seeing a growing number of Republicans today publicly openly Scoffing at the way, the president has gone after the Intel chiefs that he had put that he nominated to be in their positions overseeing the CIA and deny the president tweeting about them because he was upset. They contradicted what he has said publicly in congressional testimony on issues like Syria, North Korea and ISIS. But now Republicans are basically coming to their defense today. The number two in the Senate John thune coming out and saying that the president should trust the intelligence officials, and he shouldn't be tweeting about it. So it is remarkable to see the way that members of the president's own party have come out A rebuking him. And this also comes at the same time that Mitch McConnell. The Senate majority leader has introduces proposal rebuking the president's withdrawal of troops from Syria. This is a proposal that seems to be gaining favour within the Republican party. So this is yet another example of members within the president's own party going against him. Now, we should note that some of Trump's allies have been out there today, basically saying that the intelligence chiefs should not have been in public setting like in front of the congressional committee undermining or going against the president has publicly they say that that undermines the administration's position and looks like they're acting in their own interests here. Now, we should note I've reached. Out to the White House asking if there is any reaction to Republicans coming out today and rebuking the president's comments on Twitter and have not heard back, Erin. All right, Pamela..

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Erin Burnett OutFront

02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"His story is remarkable vowing to turn his life one hundred and eighty degrees. Check it out on my boss fouls podcast today. Out front next contradicting Trump the nation's top intelligence chiefs repeatedly, disputing the president's national security claims why is it ministration not on the same page about something so crucial plus former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, speaking out in an extensive interview about taxes immigration, whether twenty twenty run we'll guarantee Trump's reelection. And Roger stone, pleading not guilty John Podesta the man who's emails were hacked by Russia and released by Wicky leaks is my guest let's go out front. And good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight, countering Trump's intelligence the nation's most senior intelligence officials testifying to congress today contradicting President Trump's claims about major national security threats to America again, and again and again, take ISIS. Is intent on resurging and still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria, we've beaten them and we've beaten a badly. They're all coming back and they're coming back now. Talking about the troops on top of this. The president's top intelligence adviser also released this report right is forty two pages about threats facing the United States and on page eleven he continued on ISIS. Isis. Still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria, and it maintains eight branches is very likely will continue to pursue external attacks Moroccan Syria against adversaries, including the United States. Okay. So there's that couldn't be more diametrically opposed to each other. Then take North Korea. We currently assess that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities in his unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons and production capabilities. They have a process for getting rid of nukes. They're going to do they can start immediately. Okay. Well, here's the thing on page. Eight also continues right North Korean leaders of uniquely nuclear arms is critical to regime survival leaders like Kim Jong UN and the one that Trump is so friendly with all right, then take Russia. Not only the Russians continued to do it in two thousand eighteen but we've seen indication that they're continuing to adapt their model and the other countries are taking a very interested. I in that approach. I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today. Okay. Well, then there was also this. They warned about the dangers of climate change. That's also in this report..

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean, obviously, you can see you got some serious problems here out front now, the Republican governor of Ohio John casick who also served in congress during to shutdowns. So you've been through situations. Of course, when we talk about time length here, we're about to hit a record. But but you've been through similar look the president gets up today. Governor walks out about meeting tweets by by what do you say to that? Where Aaron look I've been I've been there when there's a lot of posturing I sat through many meetings. I can remember a couple that were really doozy's, you know, and where we are. Now is nobody's willing to make an offer or compromise. So let me propose one. Okay. Why don't we take care of the DACA kids? They're now kids anymore. They're adults. And maybe some of these people who are facing deportation the temporary people who were here and give them give them a couple more bucks. He wants five point six or whatever. I mean, everybody's for border security. You know, give them more than what you're offering. It's a nice little compromise. And then he gives you DACA or something like that. And then you get it solved. And it some point they're all going to realize. Okay. This doesn't make a lot of sense. But I've been there I've been in those rooms Aaron. I mean, probably not a room quite like this one. You know, the president had stages gets up and walks out calls total waste of time goes on Twitter by never seen anything. Like what we saw today from the president will agree with that. Well, I mean, he's he's a different sort. I'm just telling you, I I've seen a lot of things. And it's just the problem is folks are being hurt when you think about it. You know, particularly medical trials or peep, the Wall Street can't function, you know, and all that. But you're going to have to come together. See what I when I was a little pleased about and I don't know where he is. You can't lock yourself in a corner, and the Democrats can't lock themselves in a corner. So give them some more money brings some expert in who says, okay. So we're not going to have a wall. But we're going to have more secure borders. And this is what the expert figure out what it would look like. And I mean, it's based. All I mean, you know, he's he's he's pinned his whole presidency. Now on a wall. Well, and you know in the other side saying we're not going to give you any wall. You know what I mean? It's just come on. It's it's both sides. You know, what the people are saying across the country, if they're paying attention, and I'm not sure they are. They're like come on. Can it just can you just do your job? That's what they're thinking. And look I mean, he's obstinate their obstinate. I didn't actually see last night. But you know, there he was I guess read a speech he didn't wanna read and I saw look like Montauk kettle. They looked like they were glorifying Nancy and towns gets done here. And I mean, how much longer do you go on mean, we're we're talking here. Now, nineteen days set a record in American history are shut down and you got both sides saying my numbers zero or my numbers. There is no I mean, how long does this go on? Until both sides say enough, and that's how you get a compromise. When when you have a situation where both sides are just being obstinate in, you know, if you're the president met, you know, if I were president I'd say come on. Let's not do this. Let's get through this. But I've been experienced enough to know that you just cannot say, it's my way or the highway it doesn't work in life at work Erin in life where you sit. It'd be why we're he's only I'll tell you what has ever operated. I understand that. But you know, when both sides realize, it isn't working to their advantage when both sides realized that then there'll be a willingness to cut a deal, but until that happens, you know, the Democrats think they're winning the Republican Trump thinks he's winning. Nobody knows who's going to win at the end. But what we hope is. We get it done soon. We have border security, and then we move to a bigger immigration policy. Because all these problems can't be solved just at the border..

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02:23 min | 3 years ago

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"The president literally says five by to the Democrats calling the meeting a total waste of time is the shutdown about to set a record with no end in sight plus live from the border. What already exists and what more can Trump back to Lee Bill out front on the border investigating tonight and Rudy Giuliani says Trump is done. No more questions from Bob Muller. He won't answer anymore is more about the issue report. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. By by those are President Trump's exact words Trump walking out of a meeting with congressional leaders about the shutdown when he didn't get his way lead today and the president walking out set the tone both sides addressing reporters afterwards with two very different versions of what went down. Wasn't even high stake negotiation. It was petulant president of the United States. We saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way. I saw Schumer continue to raise his voice. I thought the president was very calm. As for the president. He saved his version of the meeting for Twitter, quote, just left a meeting with Chuck and Nancy a total waste of time. I asked what is going to happen in thirty days. If I quickly opened things up are you going to improve border security, which includes a wall or steel barrier. Nancy said, no I said bye bye nothing else works. The problem is is that the person at the center of negotiation when the outcome is whether his government reopens kitchens say bye bye. Trump has lead. I mean, just listen to Donald J Trump on October seventh two thousand thirteen talking about President Obama during a government shutdown. The to get everybody in a room. You have to be a leader. The president has to lead. He's gotta get Mr. bainer and everybody else in a room, and they have to make a deal. Well, according to his own standards Trump failed today, and while his minions are making the case for a crisis on the southern border to justify the bosses wall. Crisis crisis crisis crisis. Well, there is a crisis tonight. She's not the one they're talking about. I mean, eight hundred thousand federal workers haven't been paid for eighteen days. It's not about whether they'll get paid. Eventually. I mean think about this. According to politico at least forty eight hundred federal employees and contractors in the Washington DC area have applied for unemployment benefits, a spokeswoman for US double A, federal savings Bank tells us thousands of reached out for.

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04:08 min | 3 years ago

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"Breaking news. A new court filing is revealed. What could be the first major link between the Trump campaign and Russia when you're talking about possible, collusion or the legal term. Of course, conspiracy Paul manafort's, lawyers and improperly redacted court filing. So they blew it. They messed up, and they reveal that Manafort shared campaign polling Davis internal information about polls with a man they say is tied to Russian intelligence. This is while Manafort was serving as the Trump campaign chairman. So Muller says that he's sharing information with this person that metaphor that Muller says is is an operative. The filing was team manafort's response to accusations that he'd lied to the special counsel, even after he said he would cooperate. Evan pres- is out front and and Evan. How significant is this this filing? And frankly, this kind of shocking air, you know, it was a surprising the state that was made. And I think what the importance of. This filing and revelations really is that it tells us Aaron the Muller investigation is still very much focused on this idea of collusion of the conspiracy. And this gives us a little bit of a window into some of the things that they appear to have found so far in this investigation. We have so precious little of their findings so far, and as you mentioned first of all the idea that Paul Manafort during the time that he is running the campaign, chairman of the campaign. He's having these interactions with Constantine Kalinic who the FBI who the Muller team. Investigators say is a Russian operative intelligence operative for the GRU, and you of course, Aaron is the is one of the intelligence agencies that hacked into the DNC. So the question then becomes is. What kind of information was being exchanged one of the things that they say in this filing was was shared was inside. Polling data internal pulling data from this from the campaign. They also say that there was discussions of Ukraine policy. For the the campaign, and I guess for the future administration. Again, this is something that is being shared by someone who is running the campaign and someone who's a Russian intelligence agent. There's also a mentioned into into documents about a meeting in Madrid that we'd never known about between constant Kalinic and Paul Manafort, what does this add to add up to we still have a lot of questions, obviously that are not answered by this document or from other filings in this investigation, but what it tells us air, and is the idea of the conspiracy is still very much being pursued by the mother investigation. All right. Thank you very much. Evan and Harry Sandik is with me. Now, former assistant US attorney for the southern district along with Laura coats, former federal prosecutor, Harry, let's just stop for a second. You know as Evan is an evident used the word conspiracy. Right because that is a legal term here. It's in you know, the Rudy Giuliani can say until he's blue in the face. It's not a crime. We'll conspiracy is. So let's use the word we are learning. But a chairman of a presidential campaign was. Sharing internal polling data and other things. And by the way, subsequently there was a change in policy on Ukraine in the Republican platform at the at the convention which with the Russian accused Russian operative. Yeah. I mean, look to things come to mind number one. What possible explanation? Could there be that is innocent at least for manafort's perspective for why he sharing internal polling data with somebody believed to be connected to Russian intelligence. It's just an extremely unusual thing to do. You don't hear of campaign managers for other presidential candidates in the past having these kinds of connections? And then Secondly if there wasn't innocent explanation. Why wasn't it offered to Muller at his investigators? Why did Manafort lie about it which the lies in the color our view about whether this was innocent or not and make it seem like it was probably not some innocent harmless interaction, Laura. I mean, what could possibly give anyone the impression that there was collusion. Erin between somebody who is high ranking and a campaign in a member of a Russian intelligence organization. I mean, you have here. The idea that the Russians have been already indicted in terms of internet troll farm. There's already indication that Ladimir Putin himself supported the nomination and the actual actual presidential campaign, the president United States, Donald Trump, and that there was a.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

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"President Trump about to address the nation making his case for the wall, can you convince the public he's telling the truth. Plus, the congresswoman who called Trump mother effort who should be impeached is out front and he regrets and breaking developments in the Russia investigation. Paul Manafort sharing campaign information with a Russian tied to intelligence, let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. Trump's crisis. You're looking at a live shot of the White House. Where tonight President Trump will address the nation using the gravity of the Oval Office to make his case for building a wall on the border with Mexico and for shutting down the government for eighteen days and counting to do it. According to sources, the president will use individual family stories to make the claim for a crisis along the two thousand mile border with Mexico and the word crisis is what this is all about team Trump. He's got to prove that there is one. Nation is also in the midst of a crisis on our southern border crisis at our southern border crisis at our southern border crisis at our southern border crisis at our southern border deniable crisis at our southern border crisis had our southern border. We have a crisis. We have a national crisis that we have a national crisis. We also have a humanitarian crisis at our border humanitarian crisis humanitarian crisis the border humanitarian crisis at the border. We have a crisis at the border. It's absolute crisis Tedesco Tedesco emergency. emergency. If you say it enough, we'll be so in a conversation with reporters vice President Mike Pence and several other members of the administration used the word crisis thirty seven times, but as of right now, the only real crisis that the administration is facing is a credibility crisis convincing skeptical lawmakers in a public that there actually is a crisis and that the current standoff is actually worth it. I know you're covering, but he also needs to cut out the middleman because there's a lot of misstatement and lies told about him teaming every day just looking around. And so he needs to make sure that he can get his message directly to the American people lies and misstatements about him. Are let's be clear because right now, it's the president and his administration who've been misleading the American public today. Vice President Mike Pence again, citing this statistic when talking about the need for a wall along the southern border only here he is. Nearly four thousand known or suspected terrorists were apprehended attempting to come into the United States through various means in the last year..

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04:11 min | 3 years ago

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"That's how Pat LeBlanc chairman of EIB w electronics feels about the president. According to the New York Times the blank voted for Trump. But now he's warning that the tariffs of the Trump administration has put on essentially his business at forced him to consider moving production to Mexico out front. Now. Pat, LeBlanc, chairman of EIB, w electron IX appreciate your taking the time, sir. I mean, look, you know, you voted for this president you now are telling the New York Times that you feel betrayed how so. I think we trade my strong word. Erin, there's there's not a president that I've ever voted for that one hundred percent in line with everything I thought and when I voted for President Trump. This wasn't even an issue. So yeah, I'm disappointed that this put in there some things he's done that. I like, and there's some things he's done that has a like this certainly has not helped my business on us for sure. Yeah. I mean, obviously, you know, they reported that word that you used was betrayed. I mean, explain how these tariffs are hurting you what what has happened. My business makes printed circuit board assemblies containing LED lighting, and our products are used to light up vehicle. So on headlights hill of cars and things like that all the components that make up the product come from China, and we're locked into buying them from China because we can't change are the automotive companies. They don't make it easy for you to change supplier. So we're stuck getting from China, and there's been some resistance from our customers. So a little pushback from absorbing the cost. So we're kind of stuck in a squeeze play, and you how much money are you losing. Well, currently last month was sixty thousand dollars next year twenty nine thousand nineteen when the larger tariffs going place where we'll be on pace to lose over a million dollars over a million dollars. Yes. Over a million dollars. You know? So so how does that make you feel me? Look, the president said I mean, you know, you said you didn't expect this as a lot of reasons you may vote for someone or not vote for someone. But obviously, you know, he's been talking about China for awhile. And he says, but what he's doing in China has been good for the country. Let me play what he said. We've taken historic action to bring back American jobs by cracking down on China's abusive trade practices, and we're doing very well where reclaiming on nations sprout manufacturing heritage and pudding tariffs on foreign producers who cheat our workers, and she our company's not fair. You're an American company employing Americans you're on track to lose a million dollars because of this when he says doing very well and reclaiming our heritage, what's your reaction, Pat? Well, I can speak for my company. So I don't know how it affects all the companies in the United States. Maybe in the balance. It is good for American manufacturing. I can only speak for my company. We don't move the cog of American economic commerce where small, but it is hurting us. And I don't know that that message is known in Washington. So part of the reason why agreed to the interviews to help get the message to it's not helping everyone. There is a section of us that are being hurt by it. So you obviously did vote for Trump. And now, you know, you're talking about losing this money want people in Washington to be aware of it. If if there were the reelection vote was tomorrow, Pat, would you vote for him again? You know, I don't wanna make us about me. It's not a personal thing. You know? It's it's the issue is about my company, and you know, who I'm going to vote for in two years from now, I don't really know how that affects this. I'm not a single issue voter. So I would have to weigh all the issues. I definitely am disappointed by this. Because it does hurt my business on the holes that good for America. Probably. But it's not good for my company. All right, Pat. Thank you very much. I appreciate your time. Thank you. And next with bitter Ginsburg missing supreme court arguments for the first time in twenty five years, she's recovering from.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Well, part of the challenge here. Aaron is making the case that this really is a national security emergency. That is what the White House counsel's office is focused on as it looks at this issue, and whether the president has the legal standing to declare a national emergency in order to get around congress and get funding for his border wall. As the source. I spoke with said just because the president is saying it doesn't mean it's true from a legal standpoint, you actually have to have the facts of justification of back it up, and as we know the administration has been faster loose with the facts around the border law border wall, and what is happening there. Now the source. I spoke with also said look for the administration to continue to row. Ramp up the use of language like crisis, like invasion words, that invoked the idea that this really is a national security issue at the border now, I can tell you Erin for my reporting. This was looked at a pass White House counsel, Don Mcgann, but there was no conclusion reach, but at this hour, we know the White House counsel's office is seriously looking at this issue the legal justification for the president to be able to do this. Because as we know Aaron this would be an unprecedented move by the president to declare a national emergency for border wall funding, and it's something that the White House counsel's office is is worried about that it would face immediate legal challenges if the president does so so at wants to make sure that it was standing legal scrutiny. Aaron are I panel. Thank you very much. I.

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03:12 min | 3 years ago

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"The president forging ahead with a threat of a national emergency declaration as one former White House counsel says it's a step towards dictatorship and could be the basis for impeachment. What is the national emergency? Plus, the president said his predecessors told him the wall was a good idea, and they should have done it, plural. Who well, we have spoken to all the living presidents, and they all say they didn't talk to him. And a Trump supporter says the president's tariffs are crushing his business. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front this evening, national emergency. President Trump tonight. Forging ahead with his threat to declare a national emergency to save the border wall. We're learning tonight. The White House counsel is scrambling to try to make a case that there is indeed a national emergency, right? Emergency means urgent sudden threat, right? It does not appear that this is the slam dunk that the president led us to believe. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we could call a national emergency and build it very quickly. Well, even members of Trump's own party are not sure Senator John Cornyn, the second highest ranking Republican senators saying the president declaring a national emergency would only complicate efforts to end the shutdown which is now on day seventeen. And that is the second largest shut down in American history. Already. And confident he could declare a national emergency. But what that means in terms of adding new elements to this in terms of court hearings of litigation that make carry this on for weeks and months and years to me injecting a new element into this just makes it more complicated. Cornyn is not alone. When it comes to Republicans questioning Trump's plans for the border. In fact, a lot of them don't agree with the wall at all. Here's congressman will heard who has a border district. You can't build a wall from CDs shining. See just doesn't work it's the most expensive way to do border security installations defective most expensive lease effective. His district is the largest district that borders, the border wall. What would be the border wall and corn told CNN back in February of twenty seventeen quote. I don't think we're just going to be able to solve border security with a physical barrier because people can come under around it and threw it Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski telling CNN at the time that it was impossible for Trump to get funding for the wall. But none of this from his own party is stopping the president from demanding five point six billion dollars from congress for the wall, and it's not stopping him from threatening to declare this national emergency. It's also not stopping him from misleading the American people with a big part of his rationale, recently, which was all the other presidents say this. You should have been done by all of the presidents that preceded me, and they all know it. Some of them have told me that we should have done it. Some have told me so some is is more than one. And it would be really significant if you could have George W Bush or Bill Clinton or a Barack Obama be able to come forth and say that they said that that actually would be very significant..

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

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"Next Trump threatening to declare a national emergency. And go it alone on the wall. Whatever happened to Mexico paying for it. Plus, the president says he can't be impeached. Why because he's doing such a good job you'll hear his taste and Elizabeth Warren constantly compared to Hillary Clinton, fair or sexist. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. Trump threatening to declare a national emergency just to get his wall. The president says he can go it alone and start building without congressional approval just has to declare this national emergency the president making the threat during a nearly forty minute question and answer session with reporters this afternoon in the rose garden. Have you considered using emergency powers to grant yourself? Authorities to build this wall without congressional approval and second to go you have. Yes, I have. And I can do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build can use them up -solutely, we can call a national emergency because of the security of our country, absolutely. So if it's so obvious. Absolutely. So sure that he can do this. Why is Trump letting hundreds of thousands of federal workers twist in the win without pay something that he is willing to keep doing for as he said today months or even years you'll hear him say that let's be direct. If the president declares a national emergency to build the wall. He would be using taxpayer dollars to build it. And frankly, even though he is twisting and turning to say Mexico will pay for it. He knows that is not true. Watch these exchanges today from the rose garden. Earlier this week, you repeated your claim that through the US MCA Mexico will be paying well, can you describe in detail the specific mechanisms in the trade deal that you're going to be seeing a very we made a new deal do trade that we will be making billions and billions of dollars a year more money. So why not and that is the wall hang excuse me because I didn't have to that is paying for the wall many many times over let me just say excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Ready? Are you ready? I just tell you that we just made a trade deal, and we will take in billions and billions of dollars far more than the cost of the world. He can say billions and billions as many times as he wants..

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04:33 min | 3 years ago

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"The speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi calls a last minute news conference fighting back against the president on day thirteen of a shutdown that seems to have no end in sight post. Trump's reality show calling us so-called press conference that was just a publicity side. He's trying to take the spotlight back from Pelosi and the national debt at a new dangerous record under a president who has called himself the king of debt, but promised promised. This wouldn't happen to promise broken. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett. Breaking news. Newly elected speaker house speaker Nancy Pelosi fighting back in prime time. You were just watching a last minute press conference by Pelosi calling the last minute briefing just hours after retaking her position as speaker vowing to reopen the government, which has now been closed for thirteen days. We are diligent diligent and persistent in trying to open up government as I said today on the floor. We will take ideas good ideas from wherever they come. She's trying to well pushed the whole blame thing. Back onto President Trump. The president today scrambling the White House press corps now his briefing was only a five minute warning. And the president came out to the press briefing room taking the podium poured. The first time since becoming president of the United States all in a propaganda show. Trying to steal the spotlight from Pelosi and pound the table for his wall. I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security for border control. And for frankly, the wall. On and on about the wall, the president even parading border patrol agents. He saw them behind him to echo one of his most prized fearmongering lines. I just want to talk about some of those criminals that board virtually apprehend on a daily basis. We're talking about murderers, rapists, people that commit very serious crimes in this country. They're bringing drugs they bring in crime. They're rapists. Abby fell up is at the White House and abbey. I mean, this is the dual right? The president with the scrambling this propaganda briefing, and then Nancy Pelosi trying to host a primetime briefing to get it back and now Democrats trying to pass this Bill, right and say, okay, look, we're reopening the government. But the White House is now saying they're going to veto it. That's right. Aaron this is truly divided government that we're seeing play out here in a pretty public fashion, the White House and Senate and House Democrats are really nowhere near each other. When it comes to the border wall. And now the White House has officially issued a veto threat. Saying that whatever they pass out of the house tonight. They will reach the president would veto it. Now, it has become pretty easy much easier for President Trump to run against Democrats to rail against Democrats and blame them for the shutdown. Now that Nancy Pelosi has the gavel that's part of what this press conference earlier this afternoon was all about it was about President Trump making Nancy Pelosi once again. In front and center in his argument against whatever is going on on Capitol Hill prior to this point Republicans controlled congress on in both chambers. So tomorrow, they are going to be back here at the White House having yet another meeting the Democrats have now said that they will in fact attend. But the real question remains, what are the dollars incense here? We don't really have any idea right now of what the president is willing to accept in terms of a compromise. There is no indication that proposals are going back and forth. And in fact, President Trump is digging in his heels talking over and over again about his border wall and really trying to win a public relations argument about who's to blame for the shutdown really trying to also gin up his base when he talks about getting more and more support for himself over the last several days, that's because his supporters Republicans in congress and Republicans perhaps throughout the country. Do in fact support him in this endeavor. The question is does the rest of the. Country. And I think the polling that we've seen in recent months has shown that a majority of Americans do not support a border wall. But President Trump is I in twenty twenty eyeing his support from his base and really digging in on this front air. All right. Thank you very much, Abby. I wonder how many of his supporters realized that the money he's asking for this five point six billion dollars doesn't even sound..

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04:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Oh, you T F R O N T. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Tonight taking on Trump Mitt Romney stepping up telling our Jake tapper why he wrote a scathing up Ed slamming the president's character even before Romney is actually sworn in as a Senator from Utah. I think it's important as I begin this new job to make it very clear where I stand, and I also note that the departure of secretary Mattis and the decision to pull out of Syria and the abrupt way that it was done was a precipitating event from my finally going on this record. And the president. Of course, not letting this go. If he fought really hard against President Obama like he does against me. He would have won the election. Does that make sense to you? If he fought the way he fights me, I'm telling you. He would have won the election. Out front tonight, Patrick Healey, New York Times. Politic- politics, editor Joan Walsh, the nation's national affairs. Correspondent Scott Jennings. Who worked as senior adviser for the Romney campaign? Twenty twelve also with us. Okay. Patrick Romney says he needed to write this up Ed to make it clear where he stands before he even starts, right? He's not even technically sworn in until tomorrow timing. He's speaking for Republican party that doesn't really exist anymore. At least if you measure it by influence and power. This is Trump's Republican party today in Washington and Mitt Romney is coming in. He knows that he's going to be a fairly isolated figure. One of fifty three in the Senate. Again, a guy who the base doesn't love doesn't have any real particular affection for in terms of the Trump base. And I think he's trying to lay out some markers. I mean mitt Romney's legacy and certainly sense of himself as a statesman is very important to him his moral character, very important, if something that he talked about when he was governor of Massachusetts when he ran I think in some ways what he's looking for is he wants to be remembered as someone who didn't sort of just give into to Trumpism to the sort of the the darker nature of the character of this presidency and has been willing to call it out whether it has any effect, Erin. I mean, that's I it's it's hard to see. You know, who is trying to persuade with this. And and you know, in a sense. That's maybe not even the point. Right. You just if you're going to choose to raise your voice, and then you choose to raise your voices, she, you know, you'd think it's a moral imperative, but Joan know the problem is here for some is incense the hypocrisy right November two thousand sixteen Trump and Romney photographed together at a fancy restaurant when Romney was additioning for secretary of state and Romney wants described Trump in this way. After he was elected president. It was very much. My hope that he would rise to the occasion rise to the mantle of the office. After all becoming president of the United States is quite an allegation for anybody. And he had said during the campaign that he could be extraordinarily presidential. When I hear that. I think of Washington, and Lincoln, and Jefferson and Roosevelt and Kennedy and Eisenhower, and and I think if those qualities and and I think that while he spoke of that. And while that was my hope I I don't think he's followed through on that front. All right. So do you think Joan given right that Mitt Romney went to Trump Tower when he was campaigning to get Trump on his side. Right. That he's the ring whenever he's needed to kiss the ring that what he now says is authentic and genuine. I think it is authentic and genuine, but that doesn't mean he'll necessarily follow through. Erin. I was very disappointed actually Jake did a great job in the interview he was very respectful, but he asked him a very pointed question about that going to kiss the ring at Trump Tower in two thousand twelve when the only thing that Donald Trump was known for politically was his ugly racist birtherism Romney pursued that endorsement he welcomed it..

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