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Bloomberg taking steps to enter presidential race as a Democrat

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Bloomberg taking steps to enter presidential race as a Democrat

"Former New York City Mayor. Mike Bloomberg appears to have taken the first steps to start a presidential campaign today the New York Times first to report that he dispatched staffers in the Great State of Alabama. Today which doesn't have a particularly doesn't have a particularly important role to play at this point in the Democratic primary. Hey but Alabama does have an early filing deadline for candidates getting their name on the ballot for the Democratic primary. So we'll be talking a little bit about that Bloomberg News later Iran tonight. That news is causing lots of buzz and interestingly lots of ripples of speculation about other Democratic candidates who might still still get in. If Mike Bloomberg's apparent move here can be seen as a sign that actually. It's not too late for more Democrats to get into the race to try to win this nomination nation. I will just mention that our Pulitzer Prize winning colleague Eugene Robinson reported online tonight that multiple sources have told. Excuse me that a single source has told him that. Former Attorney General Eric holder has been talking to strategists about whether he ought to get in the race as well again gene Robinson reporting matt tonight with a single source but if eric holder is potentially in the mix and Mike Bloomberg looks like he might be in the mix. Well Geez just when you thought it was all all over. It's never

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One Crazy Day Showed How Political Chaos Threatens the World Economy

KNX Programming

08:38 min | 1 year ago

One Crazy Day Showed How Political Chaos Threatens the World Economy

"Welcome back the panelists here watching post columnist Eugene Robinson Christian soldiers Anderson Thomas for the Washington examiner but the order of political reporter for the daily beast a New York times columnist Brett Stevens welcome to you all I think the best way to set up this conversation is imminent I want to read for you enter someone's taken Erik Erikson's take on the president this week they both agree on one thing that the president had erratic behavior and that's as far as they get here is Andrew Sullivan if you can begin even to engage this bizarre dangerous arranged an ignorant stream of consciousness and try to discern some kind of logical pattern your brain will break Kurtz I'd rather have a president whose behavior makes other people feel comfortable being brained jackasses than a Democrat who wants to take away my health care while giving healthcare to illegal aliens the president maybe not in his behavior but I'll take his crazy over the insanity the Democrats would unleash on the United States but Stevens I feel like that that it's an interesting the Erik Erikson rationale I thought I heard a little bit that Russian now I mean I bit in India and is Mister McIntyre it's extraordinarily Manichaean I mean let's let's see who the Democrats wind up wind up nominating the real issue for for Republicans to simply to call out the fact that the president does not stand in any way for the traditional conservative economic principles that have defined the party for the better part of the last seven years they don't even stand never mind the economic principles broader principles of character I mean what what we saw over the last few days is a president who is either mentally unwell or morally unfit maybe both I don't know but it's important to simply call these things as we as we see them yet you you you have behavior that is is unprecedented in any kind of presidential history the United States and or or frankly elsewhere so when I hear guys like Eric saying well you know this is at the end of the day this is a choice you know I'd actually rather have a candidate on the democratic side who at least doesn't scare me every single every single morning I feel like this is the entire debate of the twenty twenty Kamp just right there that's right I'm part of what's going on in the background as the president's comments about particularly China trade unfolded over the last week is that the way the United States government things about our relationship with China has changed dramatically right now I can tell you that White House officials think it's less and less likely the U. S. will actually reach a trade deal with China and rather is going to lurch from a truce to troops postponing Terron postponing punitive action that's because within the hang over there I'll always hang over their heads because in the background in the White House and the intelligence community they see China first and foremost as a national security concern rather than as an economic concern and that's where voters come down question as well research center has been studying American views on China for the last decade and a half we are at record high levels of American saying that they have an unfavorable view of China and most of its actually driven not by economic concerns in the poll most people say they're okay with China being economically strong it's as national security concerns that our chief and this is why I think the president is able even in the midst of what feels like complete chaos in terms of the trade issue to have a little bit of latitude there were his economic job approval remains about eight to ten points higher than his overall job approval but it's going down and it and it should be good look at the car of the real world results of what our Donald trumps a radic behavior problems whether through mental deficiency or moral deficiency or some combination thereof look look look at your four one K. Hey you know go on it go online right now and look at it and see what happened to it on Friday I chose not to hear our number to know I'm not going there either but it's it's you know it's extraordinary and and when I hear people work for congressman talk about you know the art of the deal you know Donald Trump didn't write a word of that book are you including the title was written by Tony Schwartz with whom I went to school hope to hold one wonders of Donald Trump is read it but what has it gotten the United States it is made knoll agreements is gotten us nowhere in in so this idea that there's this sort of master player a four dimensional chess whose I will say that the only not true the only thing I will say to people if there's one thing you got to understand about Donald Trump is that he doesn't believe anything's on the level and I do think that that is an invalid anything's on a level whether it's the press whether it's with the government he's always believed they were skins he doesn't believe anything is on the level including a conversation he will have with somebody was an ally breath yeah as in this is a big piece of his economic messaging at the moment which is he's got a juggle both touting what he believes is a very strong economy trying to keep those economic job approval numbers high will serve laying the groundwork for if this begins to fall apart to be able to say it's the fed's fault it's China's fault it's congress' fault for not passing my new now this is a classic autocratic strategy when your economy goes south you blame speculators you blame the media you blame someone else the list of you know one of the problems I have with a lot of the sort of conservative apologetics for trump is the only thing you have to separate the signal from the noise and the reality of the trump presidency is the noise is the signal yeah and and and its dangers we are blundering our way into a a a contest with with the Chinese that's not about national security it's a contest of face between two leaders who see themselves as essentially you know the Supreme us us a supreme leader and for which neither of them is easily going to back down we ended up in a war in World War two in part because we were trying to impose an economic embargo on Japan these things have a president and there and there were some we should be worried about China but trying to wage a trade war with it with no outcome insight is going to have consequences these questions of signal noise and art of the deal are gonna be front of mind at the G. seven and this is something that White House officials are really desperate for keep an eye out for some sort of and now it's in our conversation about a bilateral trade deal with the U. K. the White House would love to say that they're going to be sort of throwing some sort of assistance Boris Johnson as he's negotiating to leave the European Union toward the end of October as far as this question of national security and how that affects United States trade relationship with China it's an existentialist you for the US China relationship arguably the most important relationship in the world and for White House officials right now they see this as incredibly origin they believe the view not that China is in danger of overreaching in Hong Kong they're worried about concerns over region Taiwan the navy spends a huge percentage of its budget on activity in the South China Sea I'm for trump and his aides to navigate that is increasingly complex for what it's worth this is a week that we saw and while it's sort of a motley crew of Republic of sort of trump opponents on the right they're Startin to particulate let me week we had one and bill weld here's a few others and a challenge and a primer a friend calls the guy just cleared your calendar for reason I know what it is you need to prime where the press and I'm like are you completely out of your mind here's the deal this guy isn't fit for office every time he opens his mouth he tells a lie we're watching a full blown meltdown of the present United States he is been melting down like a nuclear reactor I know Joe Walsh was one of the three people in there by the way he's actually officially announced this is a guy who's who at one time tweeted if trump didn't win grab a musket do you see the people that have turned on this president you start to wonder is it going to happen in America actually of the of the three of them more significant in terms of public opinion might be Scaramucci actually because people know him and know the moves yeah and and he's come out and you know sort of New York facet of gone all in on on the sort of Clint this is crazy Martin this is this is very interesting at this G. seven how the push back from other leaders is coming is very gentle with very sort of measured but but it's definitely there yeah but it is me is it not it's weak but it's it's it's let's just get through this yes it's a you know it is the G. six plus one at this point and the bilateral deal with the U. K. they announce something that is going no where in in the house of representatives according as closely unless they are Linda she was settled in it and it won't be settled with a with a no deal brought any announcement that might come on the U. K. would be almost entirely symbolic before the White House even a symbolic when it's something they're desperate for right now well they think they're doing Johnson a favor I think in his evening coaches shins whether that's true or not I think it's

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"M._s._n._b._c. contributor corinne corinne jon pierre and pulitzer prize winning columnist and associate editor of the washington post and m._s._n._b._c. political analyst eugene robinson yeah they said in the makeup room this morning they are the two of you and me they sell all the freaks out this morning and i think they got it about right and let's not gene robinson though sir but you actually the one dignity accurate what we strive for freaks and geeks category dot com. That's a fair assessment. We got some serious stuff to get to this morning. Guys police missouri arrested a man yesterday after he brandished a loaded technical style rifle inside a walmart twenty year old man was taken into custody within three minutes of police receiving panicked calls to the springfield missouri zuri walmart. The man was pushing a shopping cart and recording himself walking through the store. When the manager pulled the fire alarm that's according to our local affiliate station. The suspect back then made his way out an emergency exit. We're an off duty. Firefighter held him at gunpoint in the parking lot until police arrive suspect seen here was wearing a bulletproof vest had more than one hundred rounds of ammunition on them. Police <hes> still determining a motive but say the man's intent was to quote obviously cause chaos. No shots were fired. Thank god nobody was injured. In the incident charges of making a terrorist threat in the first degree or pending according to jail records the only thing about the man's motive at this point but we'll certainly stay on that story now to the pressure to pass new gun legislation more than two hundred mayors have signed a letter calling on the senate it to return early from summer break to pass the background check bills already approved by the house ohio congressman and democratic presidential candidate. Tim ryan has joined a caravan caravan of protesters headed to senate majority leader. Mitch mcconnell's home state of kentucky to pressure him to act while mcconnell has rejected the call to return to washington. His tone has seen to change when it comes to taking up any gun legislation at all piccola. You're calling people back in early for to address gun <music> if we did that. We just have people scoring points. Nothing what happened there has to be a partisan discussion here of what we can agree on background checks and <hes> red flags would probably lead the discussion but <hes> a lot of other things will come up as well but but we can't do is is failed to fail to pass something by by just locking up and failing to pass. That's that's unacceptable. Leader leader mcconnell also said a ban on assault weapons likely will be among the proposals discussed although he expressed skepticism over the effectiveness of the nineteen ninety-four assault weapons fan so no i'm listening to leader mcconnell there and for him a little bit of progress there perhaps or some movement where he says..

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"That's all I'm saying they made a career out of doing this notaries. What I'm saying is because from what I hear in two thousand six remember when they came out they did a playoff game. And everybody's. Lights out days right after the game a whole whole team from what I heard they were talking about that before it's the whole is the reason why the entire team was doing it not three guys. So what I'm saying is they saw that every time I had a sack well a big hit or play that was talked about as a team. So you don't you don't wanna do anything encourage these guys? I'm not saying you're going to do anything different. I'm not I'm not saying you change or be a different person. But what I'm saying is you've you jump out there, and you make those kind of comments, and you not the guy who can back it up. You're going to be in trouble. We don't even have to go that deep if you you play basketball or you try to. Ain't somebody if you went to one of these gyms around here locally and somebody just say, oh Marcellus all about the smash on Marcellus. It may shift the in your entire approach. You may just be going there. Just get a good run get now all of a sudden, I'm gonna give him a little bit more. All that's true. Charles Oakley angle, come out of me. I was going to bowl Marcellus while the courts Reinhart her. Let me. Maybe a different exam. Let me give you a different. There's a reason why the patriots handled their business better than others. I think it's part of part of this Eugene Robinson. He was playing in the ultimate Super Bowl. But he still went out tricking before the Super Bowl and got in trouble. Everybody's focused isn't the same just because it's Super Bowl. Eugene Robinson thought he was given one hundred percent. And then they put the cuffs on a whole different story off of that. Again. I'm just telling why give the patriots with the Super Bowl is nine time. Why give them anything that just puts them on EDS? Please give me example. Oh, seven undefeated patriots. Plasco birds went out there and say we beat new when their city plaques exactly what actually up. How do we know the kale Cam backing up? So in this moment 'cause he's gonna kill robe coal. We'd never heard of even though he hit the guy late last week or absent affairs got Dell plan was scared money. I get a lot of a lot of a lot of fear based Oatman don't say some because look how he's going respond to it. I won't show best. I won't Tom Brady to go out there and light it up against if I'm a true believer in me. And my team I'm not going to say, oh, I hope autism slip. I wanna I wanna make lip. I'm not gonna sit there and fear in hope. My words butter him to a point where he's not his greatness. That's where I'm I'm a little distant from that kind of motivation. I stick around later show. We'll give your approval rates for the kill Roby Coleman and uncle Jimmy will weigh it. Right. Jimmy. What are your thoughts so far? Oh, my oh. My give me stories of give me measurable 's the words, Mark..

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Independence boulevard at village lake and uptown delays on fifth street with the merge fifth at six three have an incident to the northwest Beattie's Ford road near sunset road and to the south highway fifty one at railroad and south Tryon at era Woodrow rumor voncannon WBZ t- Carolina Panthers game day traffic down to go inside the lines with Eugene Robinson. Ben Rothlisberger is thirty six years old Eugene, but it looks like he's functioning like a young quarterback. What are you seeing as far as the challenges with this? Pittsburgh offense. Been rough burger has nuts slowing down at all quarterback rating in ninety three point nine sixteen. Completion percentage run at sixty five percent. Look at us targets do dismiss Houston. Three catches six hundred. And seventy two yards. Antonio Brown that the one thousand four test cells CONNER only has one, but he has nine testimonials how do you defend against a team that has so many weapons is that you get after. And you don't worry about what they do you worry about what you do into fiscally. I'm going to expect coach Washington to go ahead and blitz quarterback uncomfortable. Move them off the spot. I must coverage or juju Smith Antonio proud and bekker's keen on Carter and making sure that play the screen. Those plays are taken away. This team by doing what you do best and took could your business and word about what they do to do all that. You gotta have good corners and the Panthers. Do gene will.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Struggling for title about just dude. We can do branding grew Dr that today I can go with anything. I would go in branding mogul. To show my daughter bought me back. I love that. You blame that on your daughters. That's Donny Deutsch as Republican communication strategist and MSNBC political contributor, Rick Tyler, Republican strategist and MSNBC political analysts, Susan Percy, oh Pulitzer prize winning columnist associate editor of the Washington Post and MSNBC political analysts. Eugene Robinson joining our conversation, chief White House correspondent for the New York Times Peter Baker, Joe, and Mika the morning before we get into the scrip. Casey wanna talk about what we saw in Capitol Hill yesterday with the senators. First of all, I'm listening to John Cornyn a guy who comes in the show who like feign ignorance about why former officials have security clearances, he knows he does, and I think what you're seeing reflected across the Republican congress in this case is actually an antipasto towards John Brennan. That has frustrated a lot of them. I think it's a little bit separate from what's gone on with Trump. I also was surprised that there wasn't more pushback on this because I mean, imagine if the partisan roles were. Versed, and there are plenty of times in in covering congress supreme court fights. Good example, you can replay the same quotes and put them in the mouth of the people from the other party. When the that fight goes around, comes back around. Again, this is a situation where if President Obama would be doing this, imagine the outrage that would be coming from the Republican side. It's a similar dynamic here. I do think Susan Collins is somebody who has been willing to challenge the president. She obviously had kind of that message there. Bob corker somebody who is willing to speak out strongly Bob corker is not going to be in congress a couple months, and that is actually, I think one of the untold stories of the midterms is the absolute gutting of the anti-trump wing of the Republican party. No matter what happens. Vis-a-vis the Democrats and the wave there were going to be far fewer people holding elected office in Washington who are willing to oppose the president in his own party. She's interesting game to play what if the other prisoners on a daily basis, two days ago, what if Obama had called a woman a dog, a white woman. Dog. Imagine that. And it's just amazing on a daily basis what we put up with except as a norm, which you've assigned it to any of the previous present would be a stunning impossibility in what the reaction's would be some activities. One thing that the United States Senate has always held very dear to it itself is its own institutional perogatives they've, that's why they've protected the filibuster for for so many years that there has been this kind of sense that what goes around comes around someday. We're not going to be in charge, and so it's in the interest of everybody to protect the rights of the minority, and that is really teetering on the brink..

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Best of the NBA's opening week, Christmas Day and MLK Day schedule release

WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Best of the NBA's opening week, Christmas Day and MLK Day schedule release

"Preseason game number one in buffalo and, you can hear it, as Ed said starting at four. O'clock the stadium show with Jim Zoki that's why and is in for so today's on his. Way to buffalo along with the crew Sharon. Thorsland be there on the sidelines tonight And, is okay didn't play by play as he, does in the preseason, Mick does the TV side for. The Panthers television network I think with Mike Rucker that's who it's been with and the most. Recent years but a couple of years yeah In a way tonight on WBZ

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Welcome back to morning, Joe. It is Tuesday, August, seventh still with us. We have former aide to the George W Bush White House and state departments, Elise Jordan Pulitzer prize winning columnist and associate editor of the Washington Post Eugene Robinson, joining the conversation, political reporter for the Washington Post moderator of Washington week on PBS and MSNBC political analyst. Robert Costa also with us senior reporter at Vanity. Fair and NBC news and MSNBC contributor Emily Jane FOX. She has new reporting on hope Hicks this morning, which will get to in just a moment. So we've got a few people from Washington here, so we feel guilty about we. We only talk about, you know, the Red Sox, the. Every go gene, the nationals as they had like a three game winning streak last week, any any chance the nationals are going to come back? Well, you know, hope springs, eternal, you know, Joe, you're a Red Sox fan, so so yeah, there's a, there's a chance, the chances. I wouldn't say it's between slim, slim and none, but the window is shrinking. Let us let us say Bryce Harper is finally got hot. It's is recent. Batting average is like four seventy one, which is good, and so they'll make a run and they got great great pitching when the pitcher's or actually on. So let's hope they make a run, but it's going to be. It's gonna be tough. And Bob Kosta there always is silver lining. I mean, you could still be an Orioles fan right? I grew up loving Cal Ripken, but as a net as someone who I grew up in Philly, but we live in DC. You have to appreciate the nationals which I do. I only wish max sherzer pitch every evening. Yeah. And maybe they could give me a more than one and a half runs per outing. Joe south, for I mean, the guy pitches one extraordinary game after another. Maybe they'll give him an average of one and a half runs came. But like let's go onto news because we've got some some news Mika about Donald Trump. Junior again, talk talk, talk, talk need to stop talking. Well, they need to listen to lawyers, not TV lawyers. They're real lawyers and just stop talking because it makes it worse every day. It's it's beyond. Donald Trump. Junior has said a lot about his twenty sixteen meeting with Russians beginning with his quickly discredited claim that it was about adoption. I guess ally. The president's son insists in a radio interview that any investigation into the matter is a big waste of time. This is just another distraction when again, after two years of stop investigation with everyone in the media, everyone in the FBI everyone, whoever is the whole world is looking at this. They have yet to produce anything that even remotely resembles what they've been talking about it yet every other day. Oh my God, we got it though. Dow's we've been, he's been. I've been hearing this for two years. Donny issue Dopp Shen it's near and dear to my heart because I have two Russian, opted sons about it. Did that come up. When in the meeting with Vissel guy. But like I said, that was the primary thing that we about. That's not the premise that got them in the room, and then they started. It was essentially a bait and switch to talk about that, and everyone has basically set that testimony already. I mean, so this is this is nothing new and but like I said, it was, I don't understanding that's an important issue to you and near and dear to many people's hearts. But this was nothing that was a campaign issue to us, wasn't relevant to us, and it wasn't something that we were going to do anything with where Willie Reed away began. Again, when when you have these people coming on and saying. There's been this investigation and nothing's come out of it. Well, not you. You've had actually the United States government dight a couple dozen Russians. They have the proof from what our United States military discovered what the Intel community uncovered, but Kirstin Nilsson what Dan Coats, white FBI director, what everybody Donald Trump's, own administration, junior, junior, senior, and his administration came out and said, the Russians tried to undermine American democracy in two thousand sixteen and the Russians are going to try to undermine American democracy in two thousand eighteen..

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Kelvin Benjamin was wrong to throw Cam Newton under the bus - Carolina Panthers Blog

WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Kelvin Benjamin was wrong to throw Cam Newton under the bus - Carolina Panthers Blog

"You can hear every preseason game every regular season game and let's hope every postseason game right, here on the flagship and speaking of Panthers panther talk the official radio program of the Panthers every Monday night from six. To seven, here on WBZ and opening up the show, last night Eugene Robinson mixing Jim Zogby talking about, that that side story coming out of buffalo, this week the news of the weekend, where, Kelvin. Benjamin the former Carolina panther says some things Jim whoa what did he say? And how would you describe the Panthers reaction to it so Kelvin Benjamin in a nutshell said that he wished somebody other than the Panthers had drafted him earlier in his career, and that he had played with a quarterback like Aaron Rogers or ally manning or Ben Rothlisberger basically naming three future hall of famers and ripped our quarterback while. Doing. So so that was it it was an interview with the Atlantic and why he chose to take that. Route I don't know Eugene just I didn't feel like when. He was here even after he left it there was animosity or bad blood that k b, and the team but there's gotta be some hurt feelings over that's the Panthers credit their reaction when Ashley Greg Olsen and. Some other, players about it was either to say nothing, coach Ribeira did an address it or players Greg, Olsen who just said well hopefully focused on, his team buffalo and grasp that but, kinda, came. Out of nowhere wasn't?.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The associated press jonathan lemere republican strategist and msnbc political analysts susan dell perseus joining the conversation pulitzer prize winning columnist and associate editor of the washington post and msnbc political analyst eugene robinson senior writer at the weekly standard michael warren and staff writer at the new yorker susan glasser good to have you all on board this hour susan your latest fees for the new yorker is entitled john kelly scott pruitt and the epic turnover of the trump administration you write this about the unending staff up people this to say the least is not normal trump whatever else he accomplishes will certainly go down in the record books as the worst manager of the white house in modern times and not only is this state of affairs not normal it is no no way to run even a small organization never mind the country the news here is not all not that all this is happening it's long since been cleared that the trump staff death watch is one of the signature story lines this presidential reality show in many ways given trump's equally volatile history in the private sector i find the more interesting question to be why anyone ever thought it would be any other way it is a good question although at this point we have state department that is so poorly understaffed and we have a white house that is turning over and an inner circle to this white house that seems susan to be letting this president spin out of control if you would consider going to arale early in front of sixty five hundred people and lying repeatedly without a care in the world a problem you know there's so much to unpack in what the president said last night it does bear repeating there's a connection between the chaos at home the chaos inside the white house and the president unleashed that we increasingly see in public the numbers are just mindblowing martha kumar has been collecting these over six presidencies the turnover at the top level of the white house that's assistant to the president and above sixty one percent so far that's not even eighteen months into the trump presidency the comparable figures for george w bush and brock obama five percent fourteen percent basically the second and third generation of aids are now turning over yesterday they announced that bill shine the former fox news.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"She's one of the highest paid most successful women in america she has a household name and her face is known to millions tonight though she is scorned by some pitied via others roseanne barr abc today firing the star of its hit show just hours after she posted a racist tweet directed at a former advisor to president obama from a tone death national anthem to a blatantly racist tweet those two reports on nightly news come nearly three decades apart both on roseanne welcome to morning joe it's wednesday may thirtieth with us we have pulitzer prize winning columnist says at the washington post and msnbc political analyst eugene robinson political writer for the new york times and msnbc political analyst nick confiscatory and nbc news capitol hill correspondent and host of casey dc on msnbc kc onset still good how are you are you sick of that yet show get sick of that ause willie what case we're going to get that lover show something i like her show on sunday nights to get weak here willie that's why i've been sitting here since four eight yeah you have been waiting on they're just hung out to willie it's been worth the wait it's been a long right behind me he's been waiting okay so we're going to get we're gonna get the resent story that was staggering in just a minute but great action i think by abc too quick again vin on the west coast so i mean when this stuff broke out.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you you got it all right panelists here washington post columnist eugene robinson amy walter national editor of the cook political report and now host of wnyc's the takeaway fridays nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell matthew gone that editor in chief of the washington free beacon all right i'm gonna go we're going to get to north korea in the next segment so let's focus here on the president this week any walter dan balls look at the headline over his column today which basically says that the trump is making progress that trump's war of attrition against muller bears fruit among republicans and that's the key word among republicans are key words he has done a good job in terms of getting republicans onto the same page that he's on but it's very symmetrical not just because democrats are very much against what the president saying but the intensity behind the support for the president has never been as solid as the opposition to the president right when you wouldn't the wall street journal nbc poll asks strongly approve strongly disapproved the strongly disapproved in some cases have been twice as big as the strongly approve so this idea that he has the republican party behind him yes but he does not have the solid support of the party behind him and this is where it's going to finally get tested the two thousand eighteen election's obviously twenty twenty as well it worked to to win a presidential election very narrowly but now this intensity opposing him is that much stronger what do you make of this matthew i think for the president has political position seems pretty secure right now if you look at the real clear politics average is the polls as approval rating is rising to the mid forties if you look at the generic ballot the average of the generic ballot is closing now within a space where republicans might feel more confident even about keeping the house so from his point of view the russia stories been working out and i think the.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Thank you you got it all right panelists here washington post columnist eugene robinson amy walter national editor the cook political report and now host of wnyc's the takeaway fridays nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell and matthew coty editor in chief of the washington free beacon all right i'm to go we're gonna get to north korea in the next segment so let's focus here on the president this week amy walter dan balls look at the headline over his column today which basically says that the trump is making progress that trump's war of attrition against muller bears fruit among republicans and that's the key word among republicans are key words he has done a good job in terms of getting republicans onto the same page that he's on but it's very asymmetrical not just because democrats are very much against what the president saying but the intensity behind the support for the president has never been as solid as the opposition to the president right when you wouldn't the wall street journal nbc poll asks strongly approved strongly disapproved strongly disapproved in some cases have been twice as big as the strongly approve so this idea that he has the republican party behind him yes but he does not have the solid support of the party behind him and this is where it's going to finally get tested the two thousand eighteen election's obviously twenty twenty as well it worked to to win a presidential election very narrowly but now this intensity opposing him is that much stronger what do you make of this matthew i think for the president has political position seems pretty secure right now if you look at the real clear politics average is the polls approval rating is rising to the mid forty s if you look at it generic ballot the average of the generic ballot is closing now within a space where republicans might feel more confident even about keeping the house so from his point of view the russia's story has been working out and i think the.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Is an ideal outcome being that your client just gets out of their assuming the client can quit the job sure i i think that dead surrounding yourself with others who might have a motive to get their stories straight to obstruct justice to continue to conspire against the special council is a dangerous predicament to be in so if that is what is happening than getting her out of that situation where she could just potentially expose herself to a additional criminal misconduct is probably a wise strategy ri eugene robinson make sense of it all for us all up to go what are what does it all means and the trump white house well first of all words are due believing coincidences not not informed free will is involved droid so she she knew that if she announced her resignation the day after this testimony in which she had acknowledged telling lies for for donald trump that people would put two two together and by the way they would also think of the whole rob porter scandals so uh and there hasn't been a decent interval from that either so so i can't think this is totally uh a coincidence she could have chosen to stick around for a while longer if she wanted armed it's actually is not planning to leave for several weeks yet she announced it today for whatever reason i i think this could have a significant impact on the administration simply because she was i'm going to use a sort of sexists term from an earlier era but she was donald trump's gale friday essentially she was.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The spokesperson for the lgbtq rights organisation the human rights campaign when we left off we were talking about her relationship with her boyfriend andy a transgender man who was also an activist after they fell in love he was diagnosed with cancer after his treatment he was told who has cancer free but not long after that tumors were found in his lungs and he was coughing a lot and he asked you've a turns out that this is terminal would you mary me and you did marion fact you moved it up to a sooner date when things weren't looking good for and the us bishop eugene robinson to preside over the ceremony he had been the first openly gay bishop in the episcopal church which created a huge rift in the larger anglican church with churches around the world taking sides about whether it should be acceptable for a bishop to be gay and remain in the church what was your ceremony like while one anti found out that his cancer was back um he he asked me as you said if it turns out to be terminal would remarry me and at first i didn't want to give him an answer because i didn't want him to think that if i said yes immediately that i was giving up and so i said well let's let's hold off let's see what the doctors say in and a we know that we can have that conversation and then when we got the news that it was terminal i told him that i wasn't going anywhere that i'd be ripe i aside and that of course the answer was yes to his question initially we thought he had about a year left to live and we plan to have a wedding in the fall uh when he got the the re diagnosis it was late july but then as his health began to deteriorate more rapidly than we anticipated in the doctors anticipated his mother and i talked and decided that it would be best to talk dandy about moving up the wedding and.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And the us bishop eugene robinson to preside over the ceremony he had been the first openly gay bishop in the past couple of church which created a huge rift in the larger anglican church with churches around the world taking sides about whether it should be acceptable for bishop to be gay and remain in the church what was your ceremony like while one anti found out that his cancer was back um he he asked me as you said if it turns out to be terminal would you mary me and at first i didn't want to give him an answer because i didn't want him to think that if i said yes immediately that i was giving up and so i said bullets what's hold off let's see what the doctors say an end up we know that we can have that conversation and then when we got the news that it was terminal i told him that i wasn't going anywhere that i'd be right biocide and that of course the answer was yes to his question initially we thought he had about a year left to live and we plan to have a wedding in the fall uh when he got the re diagnosis it was late july but then as his health began to deteriorate more rapidly than we anticipated and the doctors anticipated his mother and i talked and decided that it would be best to to talk dandy about moving up the wedding and so we did an and of course it was met with andy wondering whether i was giving up i told him we're just talking about moving it up so that you can be uh ready for for freer chemo and you're radiation and it's clearly going to take more out of you them than we anticipate so why don't we just do it while wires as as you know as strong as possible we didn't anticipate that we are really going to have any kind of ceremony speak of we brought in bishop gene um about a week about a week later and we said to him that we were planning on marrying and we asked him.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Eugene robinson on panthers radio the panthers clinch a playoff spot of a twenty two nights he'd win over the bucket ears the chiefs won the nfc west they beat the dolphins twenty nine thirteen ed coach eddie read says the division title is nice put the chief sarin satisfy we're not done yet though now so we're not going to sit on this now we're gonna move on we're gonna enjoy the holiday here and uh and the re at right back at it chiefs win backtoback afc west titles for the first time in franchise history elsewhere seahawks topic the cowboys twenty one to twelve seattle stays alive the cowboys are eliminated niners beat the jaguars forty four thirty fray san francisco's one four in a row the jaguar still clinched the afc south because the titans wash through ray arms 27 23 in the rams bush the nfc west with that win as we just mentioned the bengals over the lions twenty six seven the bears beat the brown's twenty two three the browns owen fifteen a clinched the first overall pick elsewhere patriots over the bills thirty seven sixteen the patriots coach of first round by saints coach a playoff spot they beat the falcons 23 thirteen it was the redskins over the broncos twenty seven eleven charger stay alive in the afc they beat the jets fourteen seven the cardinals over the giants twenty three to nothing nfl announcing there will not be a sunday night game next week on new year's eve the league is also move the.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Resolve continues on the carolina panthers radio network tom mick to my left deserve to his left jeannie rob eugene robinson and to you genes left to the right of your stage the great colin jobs texas crews june universe we're all about in have you been underestimated as an athlete in your athletic career coun i think a little bit but you know i'm here now that's the main thing so i'm been able to contribute and health was football team that's my number one goal have you tried to use being underestimated in sort of an under promise overproduce type away very much so you know i think it started in college it beant go into tcu and being successful but bnn mid major at that point before they move to the big 12 butter we are we were able to go on to feed in when the rose bowl so i think that we took that mindset bluecollar com underdog role in on a loved that role so is it difficult to do both defense and special teams a lot of times guys would just you wonder you such a contributor in both the it we could a fourth quarter for game as an example can it be a fatigue factored offer you they do a pretty good job of watching your account but honestly think it's think it's a little easier when you're playing defense to get in the rhythm of a game who's on special teams at full speed and five minutes on the bench fullspeed five minutes for twenty plays a game so i think when you're playing defense in your guy in and out a little bit it you get in better flow and what play a little bit better do you like plant safety better the nichols portion of own outside of the corner is that little linebacker what fits you really really well as europe's biggest skillset only played a few games a true safety one was earlier this year against detroit and i actually really enjoyed.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Mel along with shinzo p m eugene robinson peers mickelson with pampered talk live from the red zone bank of america stadium unlike nascar with a driver can pull into the pits he here when the crew or when she thinks it's necessary in the nfl stop is preordained and you don't want it to be too early you don't want it to be too late jim gina rob it seems as though this carolina panther by week came at a really good time how you guys did not need four tires just a spicer gas and go so it does named drove a team has got momentum eugene we'll talk in depth about this be that the return of greg also the practice looks like he's tracking health wise good possibly a ryan khalil so some players that were a little bit banged up got some extra time right because you get the season wherever rookie player on eugene later and alex armaa they're not used to play in sixteen twenty game when again conroy sears had before playoffs hopefully enter so for them they used to play about twelve games or so it's a long season in is in theaters whenever you have to buy and you're winning it really does come at a really good time supplied you wanna keep the momentum going but when we have a chance to get someone like olsen healthy and back in the mix that really bodes well for the carolina panthers there's no doubt about that so i think the by comes in a really good time and also i think that the fact that these guys are professionals and the fact that there is such a high they want to be back here i mean it just both wealth was as we move forward get ready to go because the jets head coach of the carolina panthers ron rivera joins us now live on our panther talk sports desk ancochea greg ulsan apparently played to two rave reviews on television over the weekend as the third man of the booth for the vikings rams game how did he looked to you on the practice field today a lot better than he did on tv i like we're on the field louder than in that booth and only reason i say this because it's good.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Primakov night football panthers and dolphins welcome onboard jim zochi eugene robinson would he make mix it in abu shearing thors on on sidelines and its monday night has been good to the panthers nine at six alltime be washington last year also cam newton has been really good in prime time seems like the bright lights not afraid to those tonight's game plan is brought to you by blue cross blue shield north carolina trusted for over eighty four years plant you want to us by god it so you gene what must happen tonight but the panthers to beat the miami dolphins know i think let's look at a match at the i'm looking forward to what mario us a mario addison do against tuncel tulso left tokyo is going to low porous allowing the first going to get to the quarterback jay cutler likes a short set by let's get the ball out quickly but i think morrogh addison i know well pep stewart put the guy who seems that the x factor to me it's been mario adisso he says that guy has that motor that just doesn't quit and i think he's trying to prove amongst his brethren in the locker room for he's the best to persevere when out saying it will prove it by the way place i think that day today it could be sup then three sacks amine tussles gonna have his hands full with our mario edison and we flipside on the other side of the ball cameron awake here's a nightmare he's a guy that story gone against a williams poor back khalil and he's a guy that could go ahead and change the game and force care out of the pocket so it's going to be imperative incumbent all those words that'd be immediate that they've the peseta we are officer tackles they have to take care of business they cannot allow kimber way to do what he does which is set quarterbacks and really become make havoc a mockery in the back of that back those who the guy he's he's got the most the guy who really dominated cited daba consumer right oh yes adopted sewage that guy he says ferocious but we'll hear is but what i watched the film against with him and i'm looking not with a moment i watched the.

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"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"eugene robinson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Mick mixing eugene robinson jim zochi might craft foxboro mass gillette stadium kirk holman may be out of the game with a knee buddy's still working on the sideline shoulder pads on holding a cow trying to shade his position drew from the sun which is strikingly lear sidelined panther sidelined directly below rush on the field 13 ten new england second downton carolina the panther 42 all right hash wider splits the to pass life nudie plenty of room plenty of time bolster the right starter ron commits to it for the forty three and that's all yes you said the operative word commits suicide nearly eur commit there was nothing down the pill that he could produce into look those left to his right solve the middle take off and rug turn his you're trying to do too much such a quarterback and whether you're straight this is that you run well you gotta take off his pocket corbett right as a philosophy so trying to hand they're not on thursday but you're right aside all these two point third long again thirddown nine for the panthers minute nike to play second quarter winger 3point lead mccaffrey wide left new england comes up to market ludwig a blitz on drops back can't throws the bedroom a completely wide open the forty gamma sidelined the thirty the twenty trapped up at the thirteen yard line carolina could use a time out here but hurry up to the line with under a minute to play second they got into like this most look the carolina panthers four received some one side at midday all counter spread out and they got laws victim is bigger zia's they got lost in the shuffle and no was covering down to fail totally unaccounted for thirty new england type set up on that route thirty forty three yard gain and the panthers not in any hurry their now exploit with thirty seven seconds it mccaffrey truck and right mccaffrey looking for the.

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