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"foreign cup" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"foreign cup" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:47 min | 8 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You're listening to Russia's Week in review, Amy Cockney Barrett throw down the gauntlet last night in her acceptance speech at the White House after having been sworn in as the newest Supreme Court associate Justice won an incredible statement when an incredible speech That Wass way will review it as the program unfolds before your very eyes and ears today, but she really did throw down the gauntlet to people. You have a totally jaundiced view of the role and purpose of the courts. In our society and in our in our politics, it was really, really well done really great, and we will be reviewing it in Toto. Hi, folks. How are you 800 to 822882 of the number. If you want to be on the program today 800 to 8 to two a day to send an email until rush bow at the ivy net dot us. The president has three rallies today. In Lansing, Michigan, West Salem, Wisconsin. And in Omaha, Nebraska. And whenever they start, we gonna be gyp in them. Joining them in progress as as we did yesterday, I get Amy coming, Barry here in just a second. There's some things that I want to mention here of the outset so that you know that we're on the case. And that these things were coming up as the program progresses. Today. I one of my philosophies throughout the electoral season is that the events That are going to shape. The election usually haven't happened yet, especially if you're talking six months from the election or further But even when you get out to three months or two months, it is still the case. That the events that could shape the election have yet to happen. And, by golly, this 100 biting thing is proof positive of this. The problem is All this early voting. 70 million people have already voted. And you know the assumption is and I know it's it's an assumption that has been Promulgated by the media. The assumption is that the vast majority of early voters are people who hate Trump. People and despise Trump have not been ableto Wait. Can't wait couldn't wait, wanted to do whatever they could to express their anger and their displeasure. And I've been asking myself. Why is that? The conventional wisdom? Why? Why couldn't it just as easily be that there are gazillions of trump people who are fed up and have been fed up? For four years. Over the abject attempt to assassinate him. They ran a coup operation, which is part of a small It's a smaller subset of the overall political assassination. They have attempted against Donald Trump for the past four years, and even five if you want to include 2060 in the campaign year, it has been a veritable political assassination attempt. Why couldn't it just as easily be a bunch of Trump supporters who are livid? At that. And who don't wanna wait till election day, want to get out there and vote to affirm their support for the guy? But that's not the conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom is that Trump is hated and despised. It needs to be politically assassinated, needs to be sent packing. And all these early voting people are indicative of that. Sorry, folks. I don't buy it. But here's the problem. 70 million people, regardless how they voted, have already voted early. And I've been saying since the 100 Buyten's story broke, then it's a shame. It's a shame that somebody people have already voted. And this is just one of the many downsides to early voting. But do you know something, according to Google trends, data Searches for Can I change my vote? Have skyrocketed over the last few days. And those searches are usually linked to searches for Hunter Biden. They're people who want to change their vote. Do you know that you can In certain states. You by golly, can Change your vote. Turns out that people in several states actually can Change their butt, which is news to me. I did not know this. It's probably news to most people that you can change your vote. Back several states, including New York and the battleground states of Michigan. Minnesota, Washington, A Wisconsin allow you to change your vote. There might be more states that do That I'm not aware of. This includes by the way if you voted by mail Or if you voted in Early in person. Voting. There's a New York Post article. About the spike in searches for changing your vote. It spells out how you can change your vote. In each of those states in New York, for example, you just vote in person. Which will negate your previous vote by mail. Did you know that? No, I don't know what percentage of people in New York want to change their vote, but you never know. But all you've got to do in New York and show up and vote on election day and that will cancel the something now. What if it doesn't want? Just add your vote? I don't know. There's so much There's so much potential corruption in Ah, in our voting these days that Yeah, You just You just don't know, but it is true that early voters want To change their vote after the hunter Biden expose New York Post Expose 100, Biden appears to have helped spark a rush of early voters seeing if they can change their minds. New York, one of a handful of states giving some that unexpected, right, Morgan. Well, this, says 58. A half million have already cast their ballots. I heard somebody say today 70 million who already have The searches for Can I change? My vote started trending over the last few days linked to searches for Hunter Biden, according to Google trends, data. A companion story here from the Washington Free Beacon. A majority believe that Biden knew about his son's bidness. According to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday. 54% of likely voters believe Joe Biden, Wass consultant. About and perhaps even profited in His son's dealings with Foreign Cup. There's no question that that happened by didn't put his son in these places, put him in these jobs or in these positions. So that Biden I've never accepted a dime of foreign money. No, his son did. And then his son forwarded whatever percentage the agreed to deal Wass. On the job. Biden for years, this kind of thing. Has has been going on. Now, most likely voters believe that Biden was involved in his son's foreign business deals, according to a Rasmussen poll from yesterday. That survey found 54% of likely voters believe Biden likely was consulted about it, perhaps even profited in 100 Bibles, foreign business deals. Only 38% said that it was unlikely. The former vice president knew about his son's affairs, which is not even possible. His son could not have gotten these jobs. Without his dad, Joe Biden, the senator than Joe Biden, the vice president now onto Amy. Cockney Barrett NBC News last night devoted 50 seconds. Less than one minute. To the Senate confirmation vote and her swearing in CBS News..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:16 min | 8 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It as the program. Unfolds before your very eyes and the ears today. Maybe she really did throw down the gauntlet to people who have a totally John. This view of the role and purpose of the courts in our society. And in our In our politics, it was really, really well done really great. And we will be reviewing in Toto High folks, How are you 800 to 822882 of the number. If you want to be on the program today 800 to 82288 to you instead of female. It's all rush bow at my benet dot us. The president has three rallies today. In Lansing, Michigan, West Salem, Wisconsin. And in Omaha, Nebraska. And whenever they start, we gonna be gyp in them, joining them in progress as as we did yesterday. I'm getting a me coming up here in just a second. There's some things that I want to mention here of the outset so that you know that we're on the case and that these things were coming up as the program progresses. Today. I want my philosophies throughout the electoral season is that the events that are going to shape the election usually haven't happened yet. Especially if you're talking six months from the election or further, But even when you're about three months or two months, it is still the case that the events that could shape the election have yet to happen. And by God, this 100 biting thing is proof positive of this. The problem is All this early voting. 70 million people have already voted. And you know the assumption is and I know it's it's an assumption that has been Promulgated by the media. The assumption is that the vast majority of early voters are people hate trump people and despise Trump have not been ableto Wait. Can't wait couldn't wait, wanted to do whatever they could to express their anger and their displeasure. And I've been asking myself. Why is that? The conventional wisdom? Why? Why couldn't it just as easily be that there are gazillions of trump people who are fed up and have been fed up? For four years. Over the abject attempt to assassinate him. They ran a cool operation, which is part of a small is a smaller subset of the overall political assassination. They have attempted against Donald Trump for the past four years and even five. If you want to include 2060 in the campaign year, it has been a veritable political assassination attempt. Why couldn't it just as easily be a bunch of Trump supporters who are livid at that? And you don't wanna wait till election day, want to get out there and vote to affirm their support for the guy, but that's not the conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom is that Trump is hated and despised. It needs to be politically assassinated. Needs to be spent packing and all these early voting people are Indicative of that. Sorry, folks. I don't buy it. But here's the problem. 70 million people, regardless how they voted, have already voted early. And I've been saying since 100 biting story broke that it's a shame. It's a shame, and so many people have already voted. And this is just one of the many downsides to early voting. But do you know something? According to Google trends, data searches for Can I change my vote? Have skyrocketed over the last few days. And those searches are usually linked to searches for Hunter Biden. There are people who want to change their vote. Do you know that you can In certain states. You by golly, can Change your vote Turns out that people in several states actually can change their butt, which is news to me. I did not know this. It's probably news for most people that you can change your vote. Max. Several states, including New York and the battleground states of Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, Wisconsin allow you to change your vote. There might be more states that do that. I'm not aware of This includes by the way if you voted by mail Or if you voted in Early in person. Voting. There's a New York Post article about the spike in searches more changing your vote. It spells out how you can change your vote in each of those states in New York, for example, you just bone in person. Which will negate your previous vote by mail. Did you know that now I don't know what percentage of people in New York want to change their vote, But you never know. But all you've got to do in New York is show up and vote on Election Day, and that will cancel the stuff now. What if it doesn't want? Just add your vote? I don't know. There's so much there's so much potential corruption in. Ah are voting these days. You just you just don't know. But it is true that early voters want to change their vote after the hunter Biden expose New York Post expose on 100, Biden appears to have helped spark a rush of early voters seeing if they can change their minds. New York one of a handful of states giving some that unexpected, right, Morgan Well, this, says 58. A half million have already cast their ballots. I heard somebody say today 70 million who already have the searches for? Can I change? My vote started trending over the last few days linked to searches for Hunter Biden, according to Google trends, data. A companion story here from the Washington Free Beacon. A majority believe that Biden knew about his son's bidness. According to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday. 54% of likely voters believe Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps even profited in His son's dealings with Foreign Cup. There's no question that that happened by didn't put his son in these places, put him in these jobs or in these positions. So that Biden because I've never accepted a dime of foreign money? No, his thumb did. And then his son forwarded whatever percentage the agreed to deal Wass on the Joe Biden four years, this kind of thing. As has been going on now. Most likely voters believe that Biden was involved in his son's bar in business deals, according to a Rasmussen poll from yesterday. That survey found 54% of likely voters believe Biden likely was consulted about it, perhaps even profited in 100 Bibles. Foreign business deals Only. 38% said that it was unlikely. The former vice president knew about his funds of years, which is not even possible. His son could not have gotten these jobs without his dad. Joe Biden, the senator than Joe Biden, vice president now onto Amy. Tony Barrett. NBC News last night devoted 50 seconds less than one minute.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"View of the role and purpose of the courts. In our society and in our in our politics, it was really, really well done really great, and we will be reviewing it in Toto. Hi, folks. How are you 800 to 822882 of the number. If you want to be on the program today 800 to 8 to two a day to send an email until rush bow at the ivy net dot us. The president has three rallies today. In Lansing, Michigan, West Salem, Wisconsin. And in Omaha, Nebraska. And whenever they start, we gonna be jieping them joining them in progress. As as we did yesterday, I get Amy. Call me Barry here in just a second. There's some things that I want to mention here of the outset so that you know that we're on the case. And that these things were coming up as the program progresses. Today. I one of my philosophies throughout the electoral season is that the events That are going to shape. The election usually haven't happened yet, especially if you're talking six months from the election or further But even when you get out to three months or two months, it is still the case. That the events that could shape the election have yet to happen. And by golly, this 100 biting thing is proof positive of this. The problem is All this early voting. 70 million people have already voted. And you know, the assumption is And I know it's it's an assumption that has been promulgated by the media. The assumption is that the vast majority of early voters are people of hate Trump. People and despise Trump have not been ableto Wait. Can't wait couldn't wait, wanted to do whatever they could to express their anger and their displeasure. And I've been asking myself. Why is that? The conventional wisdom? Why? Why couldn't it just as easily be that there are gazillions of trump people who are fed up and have been fed up? For four years. Over the abject attempt to assassinate him. They ran a coup operation, which is part of a small It's a smaller subset of the overall political assassination. They have attempted against Donald Trump for the past four years, and even five if you want to include 2060 in the campaign year, it has been a veritable political assassination attempt. Why couldn't it just as easily be a bunch of Trump supporters who are livid? At that. And you don't wanna wait till election day. Want to get out there and vote to affirm their support from a guy? But that's not the conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom is that Trump is hated and despised and needs to be politically assassinated. Needs to be sent packing. And all these early voting people are indicative of that. Sorry, folks. I don't buy it. But here's the problem. 70 million people, regardless how they voted, have already voted early. And I've been saying since the 100 Buyten's story broke, then it's a shame. It's a shame that somebody people have already voted. And this is just one of the many downsides to early voting. But do you know something, according to Google trends, data Searches for Can I change my vote? Have skyrocketed over the last few days. And those searches are usually linked to searches for Hunter Biden. For people who want to change their vote. Do you know that you can In certain states. You by golly, can Change your vote. Turns out that people in several states actually can Change their vote, which is news to me. I did not know this. It's probably news to most people that you can change your vote. Back several states, including New York and the battleground states of Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, Wisconsin. Allow you to change your vote. There might be more states that do That I'm not aware of. This includes by the way if you voted by mail Or if you voted in Early in person. Voting. There's a New York Post article. About the spike in searches for changing your vote. It spells out how you can change your vote in each of those states in New York, for example, you just vote in person. Which will negate your previous vote by mail. Did you know that? Naina what percentage of people in New York want to change their vote, But you never know. But all you've got to do in New York to show up and vote on election day and that will cancel the something now. What if it doesn't want just adds your vote face? I don't know. There's so much there's so much potential corruption in. Ah are voting these days that Yeah, You just You just don't know, but it is true that early voters want To change their vote after the hunter Biden expose New York Post Expose 100, Biden appears to have helped spark a rush of early voters seeing if they can change their minds. New York, one of a handful of states giving some that unexpected, right, Morgan. Well, this, says 58. A half million have already cast their ballots. I heard somebody say today 70 million who already have The searches for Can I change? My vote started trending over the last few days linked to searches for Hunter Biden, according to Google trends, data. A companion story here from the Washington Free Beacon. A majority believe that Biden knew about his son's bidness. According to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday. 54% of likely voters believe Joe Biden Wass consultant about and perhaps even profited in His son's dealings with Foreign Cup. There's no question that that happened by didn't put his son in these places, put him in these jobs or in these positions. So that Biden I've never accepted a dime of foreign money. No, his son did. And then his son forwarded Whatever percentage the agreed to deal Wass on the Joe Biden four years, this kind of thing. Has has been going on. Now, most likely voters believe that Biden was involved in his son's foreign business deals, according to a Rasmussen poll from yesterday. That survey found 54% of likely voters believe Biden likely was consulted about it, perhaps even profited in 100. Biden's foreign business deals. Only 38% said that it was unlikely. The former vice president knew about his son's affairs, which is not even possible. His son could not have gotten these jobs..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:10 min | 8 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A majority believe that Biden knew about his son's bidness. According to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday. 54% of likely voters believe Joe Biden Wass consultant about and perhaps even profited in His son's dealings with Foreign Cup. There's no question that that happened by didn't put his son in these places, put him in these jobs or in these positions. So that Biden I've never accepted a dime of foreign money. No, his son did and then his son forward and whatever percentage the agreed to deal Wass. On the job. Biden for years, this kind of thing. As has been going on. Now, most likely voters believe that Biden was involved in his son's foreign business deals. According to a Rasmussen poll from yesterday. That survey found 54% of likely voters believe Biden likely was consulted about it, perhaps even profited in 100 Buyten's foreign business deals. Only 38% said that it was unlikely. The former vice president knew about his son's affairs, which is not even possible. His son could not have gotten these jobs. Without his dad, Joe Biden, the senator than Joe Biden, the vice president now onto Amy. Cockney Barrett NBC News last night devoted 50 seconds. Less than one minute. To the Senate confirmation vote and her swearing in CBS News. Devoted 50 seconds. To Amy. Call me Barrettes Confirmation vote. And swearing in. ABC News Devoted zero seconds. There was absolutely No coverage on ABC. Of Amy Cockney. Barrett being sworn in Or of the historic Senate vote. Now, you see, I've been all this time I've been believing that the Democrats were the ones that were champions of women. All this time? Yes, I thought it was Democrats. You were looking out for women, the advent of feminism in the late sixties and early seventies, I thought it was Democrats. Who were out there, promoting the idea that women could have it. All. Women could do whatever they could be moms and they could be Supreme Court justices. There could be moms are gonna be astronauts. It could be Mom's. You can do whatever they wanted. It was the Democrat Party that was going to make that possible. Was the Democrat Party that believed in women Republicans above of misogynist, a bunch of sexist, a bunch of pigs. Well, James Woods tweeted. We re tweeted this by the way. Uh oh. You know, a couple of days have gone by and I have not mentioned the new handle of our Twitter feed. That's just That's just bad. I just I just forgot to mention yesterday we have a new Twitter feed folks that we consolidated rolling over Twitter feeds into one. Now there's only one and the handle is at riel are limbo. That is it. I did my first video upload last night. About the time the confirmation vote was taking place. If you haven't been the rial at really are limbo. You will be able to see the video's been retweeted. Good Lord, either zillions of times out there. But it's 45 46 seconds long and Basic premises. We don't have a choice in this election. Anyway, James Woods while the Democrats are howling of the sky somewhere Be decked in their Halloween Handmaid's tale outfits. A really party of diversity. Is watching a woman. Supreme Court justice being sworn in By a black Supreme Court justice. The Republican Party is the party of all Americans. And so it is so it is demonstrably so Democrat party can't be bothered. To celebrate Amy Coney, but I know I know she's not the right right Acid nations politically. It'll care I thought didn't think was about that It was about women. Being given a fair shot. But it is obvious that the Democrats lie. It's obvious that they are not Pro women, and they never have been a Democrat party is pro Marxist. It's pro liberal. It's pro Communist. It's not pro women. It's not pro black. It's not pro Hispanic. They just want you to believe that Now judge Barrettes statement last night in which she lowered the gauntlet. In informing people exactly what the role of a judge In America is Her statement to be played every middle school, every high school, every college, every law student in this country all they have to watch it. Every other person for that matter. It's as clear, powerful and easily understandable description of the job differences and duties of the legislative and judicial branches that you will find anywhere. In clarifying these roles. She has put the left on defense. They cannot argue with her. So now they're going to continue to attacker and they are they are threatening her. Dunning, Dick Blumenthal of Connecticut, claiming there will be consequences. He threatened murder. For daring to accept the vote one week. Prior to an election. And these people, they're just flat out mean and vicious. The supposed Democrats of compassion and love and tolerance, and I'll tell you what's happened, Folks. President Trump has exposed Democrats as haters of successful working mothers and successful black men. That's exactly what he has exposed. Democrats hate Successful working mothers. They hate successful black men. Given the victory all directed at Justice Bharat Bhai, the Democrats against Fair to ask Why do Democrats hate working mothers? With Children of color. She has two Children of colors. Get seven Kids two adopted from Haiti. Why do they hate her? Same token. Why do Democrats hate Clarence Thomas? Highly educated, successful black man. Now the dean Of the Supreme Court. Me playing by their rules, a reason. Democrats hate Justice Bharat and Thomas because they're misogynous and racist. I mean, if that's the answer, that's who the Democrats aren't there the massages. They're the racist. They Are the ones with all the prejudice and bias. Misogynist police behaving Racists. Who will not tell you what judges they favor for appointment to the Supreme Court thing will not tell you their plans to pack the court. But that's what that's how they're going to do this. That's how they're going to react. They can't believe they can't believe that this court is now 63 conservative. They can't believe Justice Roberts Has been eliminated now as the power behind the court to fix things, it's 63 conservatives. Not with Amy Cockney vary, so they're only reaction. They're going to pack the court. They're going to get rid of her influence. They're going to negate her confirmation if they win the presidency by packing the court minimum 13 justices on the Supreme Court They won't admit it. That they've been caught flat footed, saying it When asked about his plans to pack the Supreme Court, Biden said, voters don't deserve to know. What His plans are. And that's because Joe Biden believes that half of America's voters a bunch of chumps with microphones Bitter, clinging, deplorable chunks with microphones. Who in their right mind could vote for these people? I'm asking myself who in their right mind could vote for these people? It boggles the mind. George listening to the leader of the conservative movement in.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:42 min | 8 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The gauntlet last night in her acceptance speech at the White House after having been sworn in as the newest Supreme Court associate Justice won an incredible statement. What an incredible speech. That wass way will review it as the program unfolds before your very eyes and the ears today, But I mean, she really didn't throw down the gauntlet to people. You have a totally jaundiced view of the role and purpose of the courts. In our society and in our in our politics, it was really, really well done really great, and we will be reviewing it in Toto. Hi, folks. How are you 800 to 822882 of the number. If you want to be on the program today 800 to 8 to two a day to send an email until Russillo. At the ivy net dot us. The president has three rallies today. In Lansing, Michigan, West Salem, Wisconsin. And in Omaha, Nebraska. And whenever they start we go be gyp in them. Joining them in progress as as we did yesterday, I'm getting Amy. Coming. Barry here in just a second. There's some things that I want to mention here of the outset so that you know that we're on the case. And that these things were coming up as the program progresses. Today. I one of my philosophies throughout the electoral season is that the events That are going to shape. The election usually haven't happened yet, especially if you're talking six months from the election or further But even when you get out to three months or two months, it is still the case. That the events that could shape the election have yet to happen. And by golly, this 100 biting thing is proof positive of this. The problem is all this early voting. 70 million people have already voted. And you know the assumption is and I know it's it's an assumption that has been Promulgated by the media. The assumption is that the vast majority of early voters are people who hate Trump. People and despise Trump have not been ableto Wait. Can't wait couldn't wait, wanted to do whatever they could to express their anger and their displeasure. And I've been asking myself. Why is that? The conventional wisdom? Why? Why couldn't it just as easily be that there are gazillions of trump people who are fed up and have been fed up? For four years. Over the abject attempt to assassinate him. They ran a cool operation, which is part of a small is a smaller subset of the overall political assassination. They have attempted against Donald Trump for the past four years, and even five if you want to include 2016 the campaign year it has been a veritable political assassination attempt. Why couldn't it just as easily be a bunch of Trump supporters who are livid? And that And who don't wanna wait till election day. Want to get out there and vote to affirm their support from a guy? But that's not the conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom is that Trump is hated and despised. It needs to be politically assassinated, needs to be sent packing. And all these early voting people are indicative of that. Sorry, folks. I don't buy it. But here's the problem. 70 million people, regardless how they voted, have already voted early. And I've been saying since the 100 Buyten's story broke, then it's a shame. It's a shame that somebody people have already voted. And this is just one of the many downsides to early voting. But do you know something, according to Google trends, data Searches for Can I change my vote? Have skyrocketed over the last few days. And those searches are usually linked to searches for Hunter Biden. There are people who want to change their vote. Do you know that you can In certain states. You by golly, can Change your vote. Turns out that people in several states actually can Change their butt, which is news to me. I did not know this. It's probably news to most people that you can change your vote. Packed several states, including New York and the battleground states of Michigan. Minnesota, Washington, Wisconsin. Allow you to change your vote. There might be more states that do That I'm not aware of. This includes by the way if you voted by mail Or if you voted in Early in person. Voting. There's a New York Post article. About the spike in searches for changing your vote. It spells out how you can change your vote. In each of those states in New York, for example, you just vote in person. Which will negate your previous vote by mail. Did you know that? No, I don't know what percentage of people in New York want to change their vote, but you never know. But all you've got to do in New York to show up and vote on election day, and that will cancel the something. How? What if it doesn't want just adds your vote face? I don't know. There's so much There's so much potential corruption in in our voting these days that Yeah, You just You just don't know, but it is true that early voters want To change their vote after the hunter Biden expose New York Post expose on 100, Biden appears to have helped spark a rush of early voters seeing if they can change their minds. New York, one of a handful of states giving some that unexpected, right, Morgan. Well, this, says 58, a half million of already cast their ballots. I heard somebody say today 70 million who already have The searches for Can I change? My vote started trending over the last few days linked to searches for Hunter Biden, according to Google trends, data. A companion story here from the Washington Free Beacon. A majority believe that Biden knew about his son's bidness. Porting to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday. 54% of likely voters believe Joe Biden, Wass consultant. About and perhaps even profit of in His son's dealings with Foreign Cup. There's no question that that happened by didn't put his son in these places, put him in these jobs or in these positions. So that Biden I've never accepted a dime of foreign money. No, his son did and then his son forward and whatever percentage the agreed to deal Wass. On the job I can for years, this kind of thing. As has been going on. Now, most likely voters believe that Biden was involved in his son's foreign business deals, according to a Rasmussen poll from yesterday. That survey found 54% of likely voters believe Biden likely was consulted about it, perhaps even profited in 100 bikers, foreign business deals. Only 38% said that it was unlikely. The former vice president knew about his son's affairs, which is not even possible. His son could not have gotten these jobs. Without his dad, Joe Biden, the senator than Joe Biden, the vice president now onto Amy. Tony Barrett. NBC News last night devoted 50 seconds. Less than one minute. To the Senate confirmation vote and her swearing in CBS News..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

09:25 min | 9 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Bringing you the brain just like the way of did nineteen, thirty nine and yes I believe that cinema as as a whole should be purely dedicated to the Wu. They should be streaming it on all the sites that should be playing at the theater there should be amusement park dedicated to it. But, no, we're focusing on on all these other peasant movies that are Herash. Why Y But you watch it. So if you watch the films that do come out at least like maybe the Oscar winners or Oscar contenders in your. It's still a lot of movies to see, and so you go in hoping you're saying that that movie might be. Good as good as wizard of Oz but then you just leave disappointed and becoming angry young man is that what happens you just exactly social I go on with sliver of hope just a sliver. And It never fulfilled I have such low expectations I do because. The movie industry right now is fast food. It's fast food. It's the idea of movies, the idea of entertainment, but the next day I wake up feeling thick, I? Feel I feel bloated I feel disgusted. The movie industry is Taco. Lead? Okay, okay. But as a metaphor sorry I'm still I'm eating the Metaphor Right now bloomfield. The wizard of Oz, filet mignon maybe some ash potatoes, some grains maybe. It'd be hot fudge. Sundae. It's a four course meal and fulfilling. I don't need Taco Bell title need it Dan. When somebody loves something this wash the way you love wizard of Oz, it makes me wonder. what is sort of emotional significance of this film like what is personal? Jin It's like the star wars effect were a lot of this older star wars. Fans cannot like the new ones because it's not possibly making them feel the way that. Kid and Watch Star Wars. So, what is maybe the first man? Exactly like would you Joe Sane when the Star Wars Yeah there's a lot of people generation may be maybe over forty I'm guessing that who wouldn't give up like the old I three movies. But what was the first experience for you to see? Wizard of Oz. Oh, what was the? Disagree of paint a picture for US Young Todd How old? You know what is the context any adults in the pictures and the picture? What is what is what is this formative moment for you? So. First off, I want you to know. Shame on you for even bringing up Star Wars. The movie that Jeff can't get enough of itself and mentioning it along the lines of whether vodka. I think you're playing on some type of nostalgia which I want to assure you. This is not the case Okay. Now with the Wu, it still quality there are things that you enjoy it the child that are still just as good now. Star Wars George Pukhov gag me with a spoon Disney you can stick it where the fun don't shine. But for me. Yes, the weather Oz has saved my life multiple times as a child, believe it or not. At six years old I was constantly getting picked on at school constantly getting stuffed in lockers kids far in their hands and they'd go hey, Tad Wanna a cup of Soup nutro. Any wet contents. Yeah. It was so moist Joe. The moist and are you still love soup I really do now I have to just eat strictly solids. It made me feel liquids in general for Awhile. I got very dehydrated. I ate so much part soup. Winning a piece of. A peanut. Yes. That's horrible. So your six year old bullied kid. And what happened very bullied very bullied and I remember I came home to my mother Papa and I was telling them although and BUFFA interesting. Just noticing things. I was telling them both. I said these kids are foreign cups of into my nose and my death that you got to stand up for yourself. You gotTa have some courage Thun. You need have a brain. You need to have some heart because Baikal Your Tad, and there's no one like you. and. I just thought in that moment go you really mean that dad and it goes as long as you're here in our home. You'RE SAFE And I remember at that moment hearing. Someday I wish upon US DR Wake up where the clouds are far behind me. What was that a teenage Judy garland playing in the background with evolved with on T., v.. And I sat down absolutely mesmerized now. In theory tone as the movie starts sepia tone. It's young judy garland she thinking about the world where she belongs. Thumb world where we're color, they're brighter where people are better where your dreams can come true because in her world the mean old lady that lives next door trying to steal her dog and she suffering through a twist or a storm, and she lives in Kansas which has to Thuc Bentiu Kansas. Oh. Good. Lord can't shout out Kansas. Listener is just one long fence one long road to nowhere. In Yeah and I identified with duty she connected with me onscreen. Sure. This movie though old sure this movie from nineteen nine. But my goodness when I got with two way just like her home with away and she landed in Munchkin land and she opened up that door into a technicolor dreamworld I got with two way to with her and what an adventure I went on. And that was the first time. I ever watched the Wu the wizard of Oz. And by Golly I got chills to think and I thought it. was. A beautiful story but if I could play armchair therapist here. It would appear that you're introduced to this movie at the moment. Your father said, one of the singularly most beautiful things I think a father I've ever heard of father say to someone and probably nothing he's said since his rivaled that. At the same time this movies on he said in this house, you're safe. He said something beautiful as this movies on and you've turned. That into outer hatred for other movie that hasn't made. You feel safe in instance that you have watched it and how could it? So I think you have some Blockage that you need to get through to enjoy movies personally. That's what. I think. Yeah I mean you are film buff I just want to jump on that same train. Joe's Starting to I'm peeling you like. To add. Now. will starting to smell joe starting to smell and I want you to I'm not gonNA cry. Not I'm not picking on one layer. Yeah. I mean Tatlic. Joe Is not picking on you. I I know you you you. You hold yourself as a very defensive person. But I, feel like maybe if you are a self identified. Film buff then you should. Possibly, open the raisins in terms of. At least allow the discussion of other movies. That are not wizard US ruts. I think we could find some common ground. Wizard of Oz with the the the album from pink floyd of over. Okay. You think you think you're the first person to suggest that to me not. Pink Floyd's dark side of the moon improve upon the wizard of Oz. His own ward winning found doesn't improve on it or can it be its own thing separate from it? Without Your father's love memory attached. Okay just because some hippies tripped on them at the pink floyd thing in Monterey doesn't mean that it even belongs in the wonderful world of the wizard of I. Look Yeah I didn't I own if you suggesting that if my father was a big pink floyd fan I, all be like sure. Go ahead throw that over the first forty, five minutes of important dialogue and the wizard of Oz and it will. Do. I think I. Think you're watching. WIZAR-. Whatever that thing is called, what's it called like? Pink Floyd of Oz or whatever it's called I think if he was watching that when he told you that beautiful thing, you would be on here defending pink Floyd of Oz. What you're trying to say armchair therapist not licensed by the way..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene that I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The U. S consulate in the Chinese city of Chengdu closed its doors today, Americans walked out just 72 hours after China told them to go. It's in retaliation for the U. S. Shutting down China's consulate in Houston, Texas. Our next guest is raised on an expert on U. S. China relations who has studied both there and here, and it's now At the Wilson Center, a think tank here in Washington. Welcome to the program. Thank you. How serious is the closing of consulates? So consulate offices. They're not just government outpost, but they also serve as clearing houses for visas and other legal document gateways for people that are living abroad. So Chinese GS for people on both the South and southwest United States and for Trump do Americans. They're living abroad that are in need of conflict services. So this really cuts off a pathway. For international travelers in both China and the United States. I'm thinking that that generally discourages cooperation between the two countries on a person to person level. The idea of basic relations between the people of the two countries is hindered here. Is that right? Yes, And this really follows a more broad policy trends We've seen Visa bill abilities are students interested and studying in the United States become an issue of concern, given earlier guidance from ice in June, something that definitely send a message to high schoolers, middle schoolers parents that are making future education plan. In the US we have the shutdown of the Fulbright program in Hong Kong and China that really impact the level of higher level expertise on China and East Asia. Now we should note this latest round was started by the United States, which closed the Houston consulate first and the U. S. Said there was reason that Chinese officials there were doing things they should not be doing. Is there evidence in public to confirm that claim by the United States? As of right now, I think the State Department has flagged potential intelligence operatives using the consulate as a way to sort of hide from U. S law enforcement. But in terms of information gathering, I think we're still sort of waiting on more information. Come publicly available and you mentioned that it comes in this wider context of the United States pushing on China China pushing on the United States. I want to start with the U. S perspective on this. You're there. You're here in Washington. You're studying the Trump administration's approach to China. Is it clear to you that some of the president's advisors want a rupture with China? Well, definitely in the medium to long term, we're likely to see trying to government continue to really respond and retaliate to American policy actions. When reporters from Chinese media outlets, state media outlets were expelled, we saw a really broad crackdown in what types of foreign Cup correspondents from American media outlets. We're allowed in China, and so this really comes as a really broad plate of tough on China policy, but who gets to pay? The price is often American organizations, individuals and communities that are not usually considered policy Actor. I'm just trying to figure out what the administration motivation might be here. Do they just wanted to tweak the rules with China, or are they looking for a break? They want a kind of cold war with China decoupling as they've said, in economic terms. Well. Secretary Pompeo, in a speech last week, has essentially signaled that engagement with China was too optimistic. And China has quote unquote bitten the hand that fed in integrating into a globalized economy. So essentially, he signaled that the new norm was this trust and verify. And as we're observing policy coming out, I think this is what we should keep. Expecting out of Washington towards China and in a couple of seconds See Jingping wants the same thing. Cheating. Ping definitely has pushed for great power competition and certainly personable relationship with Trump aside, this hardening and New sort of new competitive angle is something that we're also seeing out of Beijing..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The U. S consulate in the Chinese city of Chung Dio closed its doors today. Americans walked out just 72 hours after China told them to go. It's in retaliation for the U. S. Shutting down China's consulate. In Houston, Texas. Our next guest is raise Song, an expert on U. S. China relations who has studied both there and here and is now at the Wilson Center, a think tank here in Washington. Welcome to the program. Thank you. How serious is the closing of consulates? So consulate offices. They're not just government outpost, but they also serve as clearing houses for visas and other legal document gateways for people that are living abroad. So Chinese, he asked for people on both the South and Southwest United States and for Trump do Americans. They're living abroad that are in need of conflict services. So this really cut off a pathway. For international travelers in both China and the United States. I'm thinking that that generally discourages cooperation between the two countries on a person to person level. The idea of basic relations between the people of the two countries is hindered here. Is that right? Yes, And this really follows a more broad policy trends. We've seen visa bill abilities for students interested and studying in the United States. Become an issue of concern given earlier guidance from ice in June, something that definitely send the message to high schoolers, middle schoolers, parents that are making future education plan on the US We have the shutdown of the Fulbright program in Hong Kong and China, that really impact the level of higher level expert piece. On China and East Asia. Now we should note this latest round was started by the United States, which closed the Houston consulate first and the U. S. Said there was reason that Chinese officials there were doing things they should not be doing. Is there evidence in public to confirm that claim by the United States? As of right now, I think the State Department has flagged potential intelligence operatives using the consulate as a way to sort of hide from U. S law enforcement. But in terms of information gathering, I think we're still sort of waiting on more information. Come publicly available and you mentioned that it comes in this wider context of the United States pushing on China China pushing on the United States. I want to start with the U. S perspective on this. You're there. You're here in Washington. You're studying the Trump administration's approach to China. Is it clear to you that some of the president's advisors want a rupture with China? Well, definitely in the medium to long term, we're likely to see trying to government continue to really respond and retaliate to American policy actions. When reporters from Chinese media outlets, state media outlets were expelled, we saw a really broad crackdown in what types of foreign Cup correspondents from American media outlets. We're allowed in China, and so this really comes as a really broad plate of tough on China policy, but who gets to pay? The price is often American organizations, individuals and communities that are not Usually considered policy actor. Well, I'm just trying to figure out what the administration motivation might be here. Do they just want to tweak the rules with China? Or are they looking for a break? They want a kind of cold war with China decoupling as they've said, in economic terms. Well. Secretary Pompeo, in a speech last week, has essentially signaled that engagement with China was too optimistic. And China has quote unquote bitten the hand that fed in integrating into a globalized economy. So essentially, he signaled that the new nor was this trust and verify and as we're observing policy coming out, I think this is what we should keep. Expecting out of Washington towards China. And in a couple of seconds See Jingping wants the same thing. Cheating. Ping definitely has pushed for great power competition and certainly personable relationship with Trump aside, this hardening and New sort of new competitive angle is something that we're also seeing out of Beijing. Roy's young of the Wilson Center. Thanks so much. Thank you. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from the Andrew W..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Green, then I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The U. S Consulate in the Chinese city of Chengdu closed its doors today. Americans walked out just 72 hours after China told them to go. It's in retaliation for the U. S. Shutting down China's consulate in Houston, Texas. Our next guest is raise Ong, an expert on U. S. China relations, who has studied both there and here, and it's now at the Wilson Center, a think tank here in Washington. Welcome to the program. Thank you. How serious is the closing of consulates? So consulate offices. They're not just government outpost, but they also serve as clearing houses for visas and other legal document gateways for people that are living abroad. So Chinese, he asked for people on boats out the south and southwest United States and for Trump do Americans. They're living abroad that are in need of conflict services. So this really cuts off a pathway. For international travelers in both China and the United States. I'm thinking that that generally discourages cooperation between the two countries on a person to person level. The idea of basic relations between the people of the two countries is hindered here. Is that right? Yes, And this really follows a more broad policy trends. We've seen visa bill abilities for students interested and studying in the United States. Become an issue of concern given earlier guidance from ice in June, something that definitely send the message to high schoolers, middle schoolers, parents that are making future education plan on the US We have the shutdown of the Fulbright program in Hong Kong and China, that really impact the level of higher level expert piece. On China and East Asia. Now we should note this latest round was started by the United States, which closed the Houston consulate first and the U. S. Said there was reason that Chinese officials there were doing things they should not be doing. Is there evidence in public to confirm that claim by the United States? As of right now, I think the State Department has flagged potential intelligence operatives using the consulate as a way to sort of hide from U. S law enforcement. But in terms of information gathering, I think we're still sort of waiting on more information did Come publicly available and you mentioned that it comes in this wider context of the United States pushing on China China pushing on the United States. I want to start with the U. S perspective on this. You're there. You're here in Washington. You're studying the Trump administration's approach to China. Is it clear to you that some of the president's advisors want a rupture with China? Well, definitely in the medium to long term, we're likely to see China government continue to really respond and retaliate to American policy actions. When reporters from Chinese media outlets, state media outlets were expelled, we saw a really broad crackdown in what types of foreign Cup correspondents from American media outlets. We're allowed in China, and so this really comes as a really Broad plate of tough on China policy, but who gets to pay the price is often American organizations, individuals and communities that are not Usually considered policy actor. Well, I'm just trying to figure out what the administration motivation might be here. Do they just want to tweak the rules with China? Or are they looking for a break? They want a kind of cold war with China decoupling as they've said, in economic terms. Well. Secretary Pompeo, in a speech last week, has essentially signaled that engagement with China was too optimistic. And China has quote unquote bitten the hand that fed in integrating into a globalized economy. So essentially, he signaled that the new nor was this trust and verify and as we're observing policy coming out, I think this is what we should keep. Expecting out of Washington towards China. And in a couple of seconds See Jingping wants the same thing. Cheating. Ping definitely has pushed for great power competition and certainly personable relationship with Trump aside, this hardening and New sort of new competitive angle is something that we're also seeing out of Beijing. Roy's young of the Wilson Center. Thanks so much. Thank you. Travel restrictions in this pandemic have kept thousands of couples apart around the world. One of them is an Indian American math teacher and a Syrian Kurdish Web developer. They haven't seen each other in six months, and this is not the first band they have faced. Here's Joanna Caucasus. Aisha shed Volker and reason All Ibrahim met four years ago at a refugee camp in northern Greece. She was spending her school breaks volunteering at the camp. It was stranded there with this mom and brothers. He loved her kindness. She admired his sense of joy. I think within like a week of talking to him like he was my guy like When we were just friends. I think I knew that this is the guys. I don't know of a more perfect guy than this guy At the end of the year, the night before she left Greece. They had tea at her house. He thought about proposing. I was in love already in love with her when she was making the tea and I was looking at her, and I was like, Okay, this woman is just amazing in a tent like I can't live without her. He called her in Chicago and told her he loved her. She said she loved him too, that they was my best day. I was just so happy. You know, I was like so happy they got engaged in January 2017 the same month President Trump Band citizens of several Muslim majority countries from entering the U. S. The low shouldn't do this. The low should protect people who want to be together like we are not doing. A crime or something, so the law will be against that You're just separating people from each other. You know, she visited him in Greece and later in the Netherlands, where the UN's refugee agency relocated him as part of a European Union asylum program. She hoped the Supreme Court would strike down Trump's ban in June 2018 but the court did not. We were devastated that dream that I had of having my husband and maybe some kids in the house and like all this stuff for like inside of a coffin and that the last nail had been nailed into that coffin. The couple did not give up. They got married last March in Sweden, where his family now lives..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"And they were going on the sidelines all throughout that like throughout the whole thing was about fifteen minutes. Now once I got up to the end of the the service though, science stop like they started to like slow down stop. And then after the service, I walked downstairs, and I must've said thank you like seven hundred fifty times like you were great. Thank you. I wanna say good. Thank you. Listener should now that. At this point Nate's mom was looking at him like how I God. I was looking at him. Like, yeah. I bet you did get seven hundred compliments. Needs really cool. He has so much confidence. I want him to teach a seminar to me and Hans and not to be confident and cool. At the road, f- Shalom synagogue. Rabbi Henry could finally address the congregation and all of the worry that had been rolling through the crowd. I told everyone that those should have been apprehended. And so right now, we're gonna see if we could focus on our gratitude for all the things that we do have in our own lives that we still have things we still have like babies and bringing babies into the congregation. It was time for the naming ceremony. Matthew and atoms stood up and brought their little girl up to the Bima for her naming. She's not nearly as like bubbly happy. So the giggling was kind of unexpected and also the sticks in that room are. They're amazing and that like a tiny like her tiny giggle from on the beam was magnified in such a way that like it echoed throughout the entire sanctuary. And prod lot of people back to what was going on. And. I think us back as well. And people started laughing because of her retain of our stick, right? But also because she was laughing and like in our eldest kept running around. Yeah. She's like I done a naming. I don't need. I don't need to be part of this. I'm going to go back to that corden, COPA and hang out. You know? And so it was just like. They were having a great time. Yeah. Of course, she's having a great time because kids are awesome. Like that one. They're oblivious, which is wonderful and to maybe they're not even that oblivious. And they just sort of know when things are getting too heavy, and they need to just lighten things up. And then and service was over. And then. It was even weirder. Is like a twilight zone episode like everybody after this is like lots of sanctuary and came out into into the foyer of the building. And everyone just went everywhere. Like, literally in the building, you know, people like running in a hallway and into bathrooms and calling people and texting. And and everyone was just everywhere. Service was over. But it still wasn't clear what was happening or what had happened. So the lockdown was still in effect. But luckily, a naming ceremony is followed by a lunch a lunch that Matthew and Adam had gone all out in planning. I didn't think we remember shifting from like anger fear like protective till like, oh my God. Let's get this show together. People like like, I'm on. I remember grabbing a couple of people and I'm like, I'm like come kitchen. Now, we're putting out the booze like this terrible situation. We are stuck in this place. We cannot leave all we have like all we have to survive on like four cases of wine, and like seven pallets of Italian food. How are we going to make how are we going to make a like, let's do this. So we did like opening all these bottles of wine and taking it out and then just walking around and like. Foreign cups for people drink bests now like drink it now. And then I remember having a discussion with the kitchen manager. And I was like turn up all all those suckers in there right now. ZD bake ziti and lasagna need to be out in twenty minutes. We could do it all the Munson burners. Like, I'll set it up outside. You just make sure it bulbs hot..

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"foreign cup" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Happen man, it was. It was awesome. Man. You guys have done some cool stuff. It's always getting squashing. You had the light up helmet a couple of years ago. Now horn. What's what's next every every cool idea that was Tarsus note which is. We push the limit and the envelope, and that's where that's that's what the chiefs are for. And that's what help painters for obviously, trying to advance anywhere you can't in this industry for sure. So Mr., Greg, stump, is there anything else you'd like to touch on right before we head out of here for this time, buddy man. If we're going forward to champion shit, who do you have to be a final foreign cups? Man. Obviously, the big three will be there. And I think. 'cause all seems to obvious thing. I think chase Elliott makes it as the as the fourth day. Yeah, let me it's going to be the rebels over that's one wildcard, but we're about the holiday. So I think that will shake things up a little bit more than more people saying, you know, you always think it's going to be a, not a big deal until you get into the spinal laughs, and then you know something always happened. So I if anything like the real and the drama that thing, you know, like the three way tie, I'm I'm all about that was awesome. Yeah, that was pretty cool. I mean, that's you don't see very often ever. So that was a pretty interesting situation like he was spinning backwards. What's going on? What's the point situation? So that was really, really fun or carry stats. And I feel like he's always opposite idea. Well, so I thought it was exciting. Awesome. And then as the forty eight was being backwards. I got some pretty pretty sad text from carry Murphy, but. We won't get into all those recycling, but. Yeah. If you listened last week show, he was pretty pretty upset about it. Actually, that's fun. I leaving anybody study living JD supporter because I. All right. Mr. Greg, stop. Anybody needs any helmets painted. Go ahead. We're gonna. We're gonna get them both here. I guess one year we're going to settle that match. I'm sorry, we need to make sure we film this. Put it online. I there plenty of our listeners would love to see this challenge for sure. I'm all about it there. It is if anybody's helmet painted for sure to our buddy, Greg, stump off access paint. Thanks for stopping by on the final weekly buddy. Yeah, no problem. Definitely check out our Instagram, like you said off excess paint. That's the one we do. The most have pictures. We do live videos at three AM and it's always a good time of ever. Mooresville differ stop and shop. At Facebook dot com. Slash.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To them you get a sense that this this is a referendum on globalization for them a trucker is named the sebastian pierre he's thirty eight and he said he voted for marine le pen and explained his vote usually set up is a with plenty of it for the same reasons as some americans voted for trump holding to get back a bit of our national sovereignty and rediscover the pri from the type of the goal so what he basically saying here is make france great again what when he's talking about sovereignty what is he referring to there he thought about the european union lynn is complaint here's because of open borders in free trade he's had it can be for a number of years now with romanian truckers and they had much lower salaries uses about twenty five percent of what he earns four years ago because of this competition his salary was about about six hundred bucks and that's about twenty percent cut for m e blames foreign cup competition and one of the big reasons he supports lapatin is because she wants to take france out of you in change this whole situation and whereabouts mother voters will who they banking on what was really interesting i was at the same place in a tall i talked to the mirror opposite of sebastian is an investment banker named ben ago gay and he takes a long commute in every day to paris during the week and he supports emanuel mccall is the most pro european union candidate and a big reason is because then has benefited from france being in the eu able to work in dublin in banking and here's here's how explained it to me think through europe i spent five years in and we vote in the visa a went over there with only my french and find a job in two weeks was at a good experience a good opportunity double a good a good opportunity for me i i think the friends over benefited from gruber decision.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's about the ten percent at this point but it's concentrated on the number these blue states pennsylvania misha again and so forth it's a wonderful patriotic americans but that's what's going on but so in other words if a foreign cup in a japanese banker what happy send to fifty billion dollars into this country that's a good thing right now if that japanese company when automobile company and sent fifty billion dollars worth of one of the bills into this country then you want them the stop right despite the fact you have salesman despite the fact you have to build store fronts despite the fact you need mechanics and yeah parts in a gap you know what no not i know that but the overwhelming a man of the so called trade deficit is people sending their money and assets into the united states isn't that a good thing what if they don't it up and the millions of gaps and the quality of life full sink significantly in this country what if the reverse were trip that we were sending tend to billions of dollars hundreds of millions of dollars to other countries in the form of investments and so forth we don't do that nearly as much as they go with us not even a close call not even close that's a good thing right donald trump is a job to do and it job is to get the damn government off our backs the job is the reverse virtually everything obama did the job this to help us i least the private sector we don't need him to unleash the private sector we need him to put a leash on the government we don't need hand outs from donald trump this isn't some third well but i don't republic we the american people we know how to produce things we got to make things you get a before donald trump and after donald trump it it it before barack obama and you don't have to barack obama you did a before george push and you don't have to george but yes get of our face.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 5 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Isn't pupils dichotomy where the people like it or not the country ventured to leave the us i'm not going to leave you that's was the british prime minister treason may we will hear from the chance to dix check out a little bit lighter on the pound as beane well acting as something of a barometer for how the market feels about how his breaks it process is going let's bring another voice into the conversation bb el bloomberg breaks it at its simon kennedy son in the markets like it was one very tate it now for me believes that we are heading for a hot exit stats and he seems to be the senses coming out of birmingham that it's immigration first axis in a single market second yeah though two drew the case name putting up a timeframe that to go to starting to get she agents by the end of march that sibling to the markets that even the into speaks to says that they won in vogue cusp if you when they're ready and they will be ready by the end of march overseas and just isn't the market this morning that that should be able to come to have been a plan together i put today yeo in that that this would be a rupture more about withdraw than a rupture and some it can sense the pounded two months like summon decided dave it we've got hot breaks itself breaks it s tomic a very simple heartbreak sits amongst the market is just basically the uk leaving the single markets self breaks it is remaining in a single marketing coming up with some fluffy dale what was it in that particular speech over the weekend that really got the markets attention without promise the night sank it has self but we are kind to leave the single market what wasn't in that speech that is really got tongues wagging if you look at the speed chippy look a previous comments from but even when she session of him in the patriots and publicly much has done it released too many details despite the complaints from out business in and foreign cup close she always leads on immigration it's great clinton desert set to come and see the devote into was one that you have to get control of the mccray should he did that than it was up to boston fletcher of but i'm so what she and david davis be may very often leadoff with immigration and then they talk about single market in talk about inside get.

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"foreign cup" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 5 years ago

"foreign cup" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I've intents in very malicious intense across all ranger purposes trolley you knew you know this subject areas so much better than i however i just want to run a theory buying in and i like to know if you think i'm totally not i believe that if anybody any foreign government was hacking and getting into either hillary's home bruce server or the dmc server obviously they did not have the adequate security and in hillary's case she was dealing with national confidential pop secret information and a case of the pnc obviously they were found out too playing a little bit of a game a footsie with the kept clinton campaign and sabotaging bernie sanders i had to guess i had to pick a foreign cup government my first draft choice his china how wacky it is that has appeared it's an interesting carry it and i think you could game it out and come through and not idea of how that could be so i would suggest if that were the case to do work and and you're gonna left with me but i would stated that would be more likely to roll elements either associated with chinese intelligence or an outfit that was operating sort of off the grid and here's here's why here's why wouldn't be that good but the chinese hats the us attorney's heavy very there's so our relationship and cyberspace and it was it you know it it it was kind of an off the books war for a long time and that's all up substantially and these the main chinese mon into going to try and still trades that's what their most interested may not limited as i got to cbs report coming down here which i got to take it about five seconds will be back i let your finisher commented will take phone calls right after this break but so i for the interruption here come cbs news cbs news special reports campaign twenty sixteen vice president joe blanton just gave hillary clinton a ringing endorsement she smart everybody knows she stop but i know what she's i should've them out you know hillary he's a geez passionate about helping struggling families earlier the delegates heard from former defense secretary and cia director leon pineda who described winds determination and the decision to go after assault been lob hillary clinton former congress women gabby giffords appear during a segment on gun violence along with her husband former astronaut more kelly chill stand up to the washington gun monday that works to protect there's shameful status quo president obama speaks leader tonight cbs news special report i'm bill whitney the world of tend to were to reduce is yours with the grand opening at the new kind to have petite at charity rehab jewelry can join let's or express everything that makes.

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