17 Burst results for "George Bank"

"george bank" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"george bank" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Right. Get your did you get back to work? Yeah. So they do have a plan that says that Hey, by September one, everybody's back in the office. Um, And if you wanna stay home after that, you gotta fill out some paperwork and then go in front of the committee. Sounds like yeah, everybody can work from home for two weeks per year. That sounds reasonable. Yeah, right. I got contractors or I got kids on spring break, and I'm not going anywhere, so I'm just gonna stay at the house. Like I could see that. But it is surprising. Google is leading the charge. They'll have to formally apply. Um, you know, uh Right. They'll have to formally apply. And so what That says is, they're going to fill their office space back up, so it's not this permanent huge reduction. I think the Wall Street firms have an update on that, By the way, go ahead. All right. J. P. Morgan, all offices fully opened by the spring and summer months. City. Majority in the obviously is three days a week. July 50% by September. YEP. Morgan Stanley Tuesdays and Thursdays in office. Ideally, everyone back is so September's A big number keeps coming up. Goldman Sachs wants to bring everybody back a sap. Okay, Um, And then so the office downsizings, probably over, right? That's a key headline. Yeah. Uh, a lot of the big banks want. Uh um People back George Bank work from home and June 21st. And then a couple did. I haven't had announced their plans yet, but Yeah, As a business owner, I and and a Zbynek leaders as a partner. I think we both realized that the service level in the energy and the client experience is better. Right? Yeah, because if your remote the problem is, how do you do the phone tree? Is somebody on the phone with somebody else and you send it to their cell and they get voicemail, right? That was a pretty tough part of it right? And so the quality The quality is different, especially if you're watching. Somebody does often assume meeting. Hey, wake up. Okay, Semiconductors. You know you've heard about shortage, right? Been on a tear Samsung Profits of 44%. Yeah. This Part of it was the flat footed, right? They didn't Everybody was worried about the pandemic. They cut their orders and you can't just make a customized chip, you know? Like so it does not like a pizza right? Takes a little while. So 44% in the first quarter. Samsung, South Korea's still part of the emerging market complex, right? I would say they've been they cut China's not emerging market anymore, just saying Anyway. But that explains Texas Instruments Now. $194 Texas Instruments. Their numbers did not look good until this most recent quarter to Congratulations If your Texas Instruments shareholder Yeah. Quick portion that we're getting close to another harvest for our legacy. T I people, um I'm not going to put the level on the air, but we like to take about 10% of positions after major rally especially options and what that does it allows you. Hit the high points and book some of the highest internal rate of return spikes. Right and so the math overall if the company's successful, your position still grows. But you're taking chips off the table at the hi Pointe chips at the chips open, attended. Okay, Next, we're gonna get to the energy side and there's a little danger I wanted to underscore. Um, in the geo political realm, Okay, And so let's, uh we'll take our cue. I've got British Petroleum and that's then I've also got the Middle East update right heart of it, So get ready. And then, of course, Papa Dean takes over the final section. Just monopolizes it. Thank God because he's good and then shell. There's an update on shell. So all that ahead. Stay tuned. We'll be right back on network radio dot com. Hmm. Hi. This is Spencer Macallan. For years,.

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"george bank" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"george bank" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Upgrade your job post. It's that simple. Receive a $75 sponsored job credit on your first post and indeed dot com slash credit terms and conditions. Apply. Roads are in pretty good shape on North found 3 55 7 accident reported at Roosevelt. Otherwise, the two always are clear along with the expressways in Willowbrook Watch for an accident route. 83 63rd. Caravan, Val to Boogie on Traffic. Central House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is telling fellow Democrats that General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has told her there are steps in place that would prevent President Trump from firing nuclear weapons. She's holding a press holding a conference call with House Democrats about what they should do about the president, including the possibility of impeachment. And he say they're worried that Trump might try something irrational and aid to House Speaker. Pelosi confirms that a laptop was stolen from the speaker's conference room during Wednesday's siege at the Capitol. It was used for presentations. House Democratic Whip James Clyburn has reported the theft of an iPad and George Bank has agreed to pay a fine of more than $100 million to avoid a criminal prosecution on charges that participated in a foreign bribery scheme. Lawyers for the bank waved its right to face an indictment on conspiracy charges during a teleconference with a federal judge in New York City today. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn didn't reveal at the hearing which nations were involved. WGN Sports Baseball Hall of Famer and former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda has died at the age of 93. The sort of died last night at the hospital, and he's survived by his wife, Joe, and their daughter and granddaughter. Walls are in L A tonight taking on the Lakers tip at nine o'clock in college basketball basketball produced at Michigan State and you I see at Purdue for Wayne. The forecast from the primacy of weather center today cloudy flurries or snow showers. Possible high 36 degrees tonight cloudy Fleury Still possible Love 27 degrees..

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"george bank" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"george bank" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With the presidential election. In the rear view, both sides are already gearing up for the next political battle, especially in cities such as Jacksonville. This morning's Gordon deal has the story for speaking with Ari on Campo Flores, reporter at The Wall Street Journal. His species called in Florida. Many changes turn Jacksonville into political battleground. All right, this is a cool, deep dive here on on what has happened kind of set the scene for Jacksonville and Duval County. So Jacksonville is that it is actually the largest city geographically in the country on the largest population in Florida, up near the Florida Georgia line. And it's an area that you know has long been a Republican stronghold. It's an area that's cut up has had several Navy bases, you know, heavy military influence. It's culturally part of the South. And so it's long been a place that Republicans could count on to rack up some margin. But that has been changing in recent years and we've seen that shift happened gradually over. The most recent election cycles where it became the GOP margin became narrower and narrower than in 2000 and 18 in the gubernatorial race in Florida. Andra Gillum, Wanda County, even though he lost the state that was a big deal that hadn't happened in decades. And then this time around is a county went for Joe Biden again, even though by it and lost the state, But it just shows that there's been a significant Change a driven in large part by demographics and migratory patterns, but also the organizing efforts by the parties on the ground because this is now become a real true battleground in the state of Florida. All right, so get into those finer points. Then what changed with the demographics? This is an area that has long had certain industries like the insurance industry has long been around. There's been some there's some railroad, obviously the military so but over the years they they really built out some of these sectors. More significantly. So if we have growing, you know, finance sector is growing tech healthcare sector they have. Ah, you know, they're one of the of the few. Cities around the country that has a male clinic. Very prestigious health health institution They have, you know, George Bank has a significant office. There. There are there's a new There's a financial technology company that's building a new headquarters there. So that has Increasingly grown, and it's drawing more educated professional of some cases, you know, young, professional job seekers who were coming in to take these positions and settling in and they're coming from different parts. Of the country often times of areas that are changed blue. And so that has been one demographic trend that is that has played a role in this competition in flux. Of younger professionals, college educated, higher income white collar workers that we know are are increasingly associated with Democrats. The other thing that's happened is That there has been a out migration over time. More conservative, right? More affluent to have moved to neighboring suburbs that are have become very, very red and you know, and so there's been this kind of redistribution is well. Of the population. So those are kind of the major demographic changes that the area's undergone this morning scored in deal with Arian Campo Flores of the Wall Street Journal. It's 14 minutes before the hour coming up technology that worked and technology that didn't work.

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"george bank" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"george bank" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I 72 the parkway and take the four lanes to fun. Nuggets are on top of the Clippers, 89 to 76 7 27 left to go in came number seven. Denver basketball there, fresh off a timeout, Nicole back on the floor for Denver. He hasn't across the time line against Hawaii, Leonard hands up behind him over Jamal Murray. Hurry goes to left Hand throws it back over the Joker Inside the Ark Spin move. Beat George Bank shot is up to no good tip his own Miss Miss that gets knocked out of bounds last touched by Elway. Denver basketball underneath with 16 on the shot clock, But I was a nice little floater Layup. The Joker just missed. And Jamal Murray will triggered in here for Denver. Murray lobs it in the corner over Nicole out there by Michael Green. He starts back down to the mid post throws cross poured over the Harris Harris goes baseline, hands it off in the corner, the yoke its fight the clock, three pointers and air ball. On the rebound comes down to the Clippers and Jermichael Gry. Here's gotta do better job Gotta do someone passed. Just thought up to Michael Green gets it off over to my Leonard yoke. Its went for a steel didn't get it throws a right side, George for three jumpers up. No good rebound down to Michael Porter Jr. Get Mike's great job. Pass off over Jamal Murray 6.5 left to go in the basketball. Murray gets a high pick from Tory Craig. He backs up to the mid Court circle gets double teamed. Girls out of it over polio, escorted out there by Michael Green puts it on the floor hasn't knocked on the bounds last touched by the Clippers with six seconds on the shot, and you've got it together and really protect the basketball there. Linda reached crab. That's all the Clippers are doing. Joker's got three straight shots, late shot clock. His last four possession. Jeremi Grant looks in throws it off, Nicole Yoke. It's gotta hurry here. Joker. Tough three gives short. No good rebound comes down to Leonard. Leonard has it across the timeline throws it out in the corner over the Lou Williams. He gives its green for three. That was way short Rebound comes down. Jeremy Grant outlet pass off over Jamal Murray. We're over halfway home in the fourth. Order. Murray's across the timeline could use a bucket here. You wanna put the nail in the coffin? As soon as you can lob zit off over the yolk with mid post he's guarded by Marcus Morris. He tried to poke it away, throws it off the matter. Your owners and their way first against the Clippers. Your boy John Goble on the call 1st 13.

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"george bank" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"george bank" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Those two and three year contracts. The chargers signed Chris Harris quarterback from Broncos for two years at twenty point five million and then Brian Bulaq packers right. Tackle THREE YEARS THIRTY. Two the kept hunter. Henry they have guys coming back like Naseer Adderley but let's focus on the defense. I actually so this is one of those deals where I think I liked it more than you was. One of the deals was cheese. I'm like struggling. Talk Chris Henry. One hundred hundred in doing the Stephen A. The Chris Harris deal he wasn't great last year And he is on the wrong side of thirty but I think taking him and putting him in this absurd secondary right and you've got Missouri hourly coming back mentioned sensibly. He'll be at free safety. It'll be funny. I was looking all the players in the Secondary Bill. Between James Henry Desmond King. Who's played all over at a played various positions Harris And then of course hayward trying to figure out okay exactly where to put them and there's so many different combinations like this is the closest you're going to get to sort of that position less basketball secondary remember the the charges notoriously rolling out two seventy BC strategy for that Ravens game. But they do they do play a lot more dime than other teams the NFL and right now they just have so many pieces that I'm fascinated to see how they deploy them and I really liked this approach to team building. Here's the problem. I mean whenever the chargers signed somebody I built in like a thirty percent chance. They're going to suffer a critically. Career-threatening injury within six months of joining. WanNa believe. I know you WanNa believe and I think I think the Chris hurt again you are going to. Unfortunately the chargers due to you I mean yes more so their players than you but also you. I mean it's it's on paper in awesome team Chris Harris deal. It's not a deal I would love. I'm always skeptical of older cornerbacks. The really really really tend to struggle. I mean the famous seahawks. One of course is the Kerry Williams deal. I don't think it's going to be like that but you know it's just you're asking you're paying Chris Harris not top level money. This has been fifteen million dollars a year would have been a disastrous signing this deal. It's more like you know I could kind of see it going south in year two. I'm fine with it in year. One I am by the way they want to. Yeah this another. Yeah that helps I like the Lindvall. Joseph signing more than the Chris Hairstyle where they're adding a nose tackle was still really effective. Not necessarily like a great pass rusher on the interior but a very solid defender. Someone who's going to make life easier for Joey. Bosa and Melvin Ingram going to occupy guards. going to help them when they come on twists I think a really underrated player. And you know there's there's issues here at linebacker I guess but I mean overall this is a a great deal on paper but we know how the charges look on paper. I in the deal by the way I like it because it granted his injury history. And I think that's built into this but I think it's values just like the three thirty million the fact that George Bank stadium amount of money. Just it's just it makes it. It's just so hard to evaluate it independently from that but I do think. This chargers offensive line is way better next year with trae Turner and blog. And I wouldn't be surprised again. We'll see what they do in the draft but I wouldn't be surprised if they Hit tackle this question right. So if they let's say a sign can they can use the six pack on a left tackle sought out of the question. We'll talk about the draft a lot. I mean my general feeling has been unless you can burrow or to a I would not reach. I would rather take a tackle enrolls cam. But that's a whole conversation. All right give us another winner. Let's stay positive for now. Another winter I'll go with the bills because the bills are always winners right. I mean I love all the moves individually like I think the Vernon Butler move. Even though he's an ex panther and Sean McDermott is signing. Every ex panther he can was not ideal but I love the idea of adding just a ton of defensive line up. You're signing quainton. Jefferson's underrated Mario. Addison super super underrated You can. Aj Klein at Linebacker to replace Lorenzo Alexander who is just the perfect fit for what they needed transfer with two down linebacker and then on top of that the Stefan digs traders risky. But I like the race. I think you have to try and take some shots and this is a chance to get a guy who was third in the NFL in yards per route. Run last year guy. Who's on a four has four hundred his contract at a pretty reasonable price? A guy who you know are are. They're going to be those moments where he gets furious. Josh Allen Yes that is going to happen but I kinda trust Sean. Mcdermott to handle situations better. The Mike Zimmer does and if it is a failing I I still think it's worthwhile risk giving what they paid which is not the cardinals level bargain but still a pretty reasonable price for a number one receiver and I think on top of all that it also means. You have a better idea of where you are at Josh Allen. Because there's no excuses Josh Allen has everything you could possibly want right now. Yeah you if. He can't thrive with this set of weapons. I think you kind of have your answer about him right. I mean Josh Allen will actually. There's a mailbag question. That gets it. That this what we're discussing so I'm going to hold off this conversation about sort of Allen and offense but one of my concerns with the bills whereas great defenses tend to regress. They're more likely to regress in great offenses but when I look at the pieces that the bills of loss. I'm not yes some of these players could regressive it and you know losing shack Lawson Jordan Phillips. Here's some pieces but by and large. I think the additions of those defensive Lineman you mentioned Clinton. Jefferson is incredibly underrated by the way he was excellent in Seattle I think should alleviate a fair amount of that so I think they did a good job of addressing. Both you know they're like getting the best player one of the best players available and digs and also kind of bolstering their defense to the point where there's not too many needs going into the draft right because you wanna hit needs and free agency so you can go after the best player in the draft. I also think they can really go after defense there. I wouldn't be surprised if one of their first pick is on like a linebacker or something in you know. Mcdermott finally gets that Bobby Wagner type that he really eared I you know I have to look at driving. Look what they're picking but I really like what they did. I agree I think this team is just so well bill in so well constructed. We'll talk about them a bit more later. So Jimmy Loser from you from yeah. Let's go to losers now okay. Okay don't do the Texans 'cause that's a cop out. Yeah okay I will. I'd.

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"george bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"george bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The White House was such backing for the ninety six we should get a broader consensus is possible on the efforts to achieve security and please use the security for the state of Israel then the president says trump and they will release his new Mideast peace plan before that visit globalist only four hours a day on Erin a quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco I met Baxter Doug alright our guest for the half hour use Nelson Aston senior economist at St George bank on the line from Sydney Nelson pleasure to have you on the program we've been talking a lot as you might imagine about the vote will on virus I was reading a piece here saying that experts believe this corona virus jumped from bats to snakes to people in the goes on to say the bats have been the source of at least four pandemics in terms of trying to understand the economic impact of a situation like this clearly in this case the timing is curious because we've got the lunar new year holiday and I know that a lot of people have been expressing a fair amount of optimism earlier about strong retail numbers I mean what what what's the downside risk in economic terms do you think or is it simply too early to know hi guys thanks for having me on yeah this this this is a really involving stories and then festival it's clearly a tragedy with Saddam Hussein death toll is rising remember Porter cases spreading such it's a very serious issue that we're dealing with the economic impact is extremely uncertain so you yes the timing is is terrible on this this show is gonna be fun for the down side impact on on set made transportation services like you mentioned re tile and spending and tourism you know will be negatively affected by this and I thought that the the question is what kind of long term impact is that going to happen will it just results and not in a bounce back and not something that will really depends on the technical details of this the spread of this farce and and more details of their terms of bounced back we've got to you B. as saying well this is an opportunity to buy the dip but I guess it's a question of timing really isn't yes absolutely and you know that you can imagine if if if we come in it's a basically a rice to contain this and to develop some sort of a vaccine if it is sort of spreading units heading like some reports of suggesting that that's the case then it stops I had sort of a an effect on your productivity and capacity and that would have you know a longer time kind of a sex but if this is something where you know there's a few cases coming more similar to live what it's always which Szabo those very serious and it was it's bounced back because it was quickly brought under control relatively quick people under control so what would you think that they have the of health officials of learn from a sars in a way that has allowed them to be a little bit more transparent in and out in front of this in a way that maybe they weren't last time very quickly.

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"george bank" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"george bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bank is known for huge deals and also some big risks now as it cuts its workforce George bank wants to isolate the risky investments that didn't pay off by putting them in something called a bad bank in pairs Jim zarroli explains don't your bank has been in the news in recent years for all the wrong reasons it paid billions in fines for crimes such as money laundering it's under investigation by Congress for loans to president trump but don't your bank has problems completely separate from that it's made a lot of bad investments and its share price hit a record low last month yesterday the bank said it was setting up what it calls a capital release unit also known as a bad bank polite euphemism for this is where the garbage goes Karen shawl Petro federal financial analytics says don't your bank is taking all the poor investments it's made eighty one billion dollars worth of bad loans and sketchy derivatives and creating a separate unit for them then once it's rope them off from everything else the bank owns it will try to sell them it won't be easy because Petrie says once you put an acid into something called a bad bank it's pretty much stigmatized you can't pretend anymore you really said okay here my doggies and investors will then I'll try to get what we in the market you called fire sale prices that's true says buyers try to cherry pick the best assets cheaply and torture bank won't exactly be in a position to bargain it's bound to lose a lot of money but here's the good part once it's unloaded those bad assets it can send a message to shareholders and regulators that it's cleaned up its act and it's ready to move on it's finally in a sense bearing its soul isolating its troubled assets instead of sticking with the game face well maybe they'll soon be good country says this isn't a step banks take lightly it's a last resort but the strategy has worked in the past after the financial crisis a decade ago city group credits we send the royal bank of Scotland all set out that banks and they all recovered now Deutsche Bank is trying the same thing Jim zarroli NPR news New York we take a journey now to the shores of Oman look at a satellite map and you see it there on the Arabian peninsula in a troubled neighborhood Oman shares a border with war torn Yemen and with powerful Saudi Arabia it gives its name to the Gulf of Oman which is where oil tankers have been attacked in recent days attacks the United States blames on nearby Iraq our story today is how Amman tries to keep its balance amid such conflicts with that satellite map in your mind now let's zoom in to a single or money beach which is where we find NPR's Ruth Sherlock families have gathered here is sunset on the beach in Muscat to splash in the water and enjoy a slight reprieve from burning some heat and in the distance I can count one two three oil tankers and beyond that is Iran this region is Sarah heavily contested in my room tensions between the US and abroad attacks on oil tank is in recent weeks but you wouldn't tell it from here the woman is they kept their integrity and independence and be a part of himself from all other influence in the region secondly I'm ahead of me is in Amman advice your history and politics he says the money's pride themselves on the tranquility that they'd like to spread but quietly the don't want to present themselves as the one calling people to come to peace if people would like to negotiate half diplomacy mine is there to help and support this subtle diplomacy helped bring about the Iran deal in two thousand and fifteen and now some hoping that a man can de escalate tensions between this US administration and Iran US officials regularly consults with its leaders how to me says the tactics their money government uses a secret but he gives me a sense of the strategy you will Manny's first start to listen to both parties and they would ask both of them to come and discuss only common grounds and then they start to discuss the differences to understand how Iman plays this role and stays out of the conflicts around it you have to look at the history and the culture the money's practice about is in a different school of Islam so the not so entangled in the Sunni and Shia regional struggle here well the Arabs their influences from India and other parts of the world too because they were trading nation on the C. the rulers sultan Qaboos bin Zayed aside as an absolute monarch and there's a tight rein on expression here but he tries to set a calm tone and you feel it everywhere.

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"george bank" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on Skullduggery

"I think I weighed in one of your stories or maybe an interview you did that Deutsche Bank has been at this point. They're really cooperating with the committees. They want to turn things over so so much so that they actually helped the committee's craft these subpoenas. Yeah. That's an are any of those subpoenas, specifically related to this question of laundering money from the Russians. Yes. Are there? I mean you can see this publicly released in a court filing two weeks ago, actually. And so they're seeing the love, they're seeking everything that they have is basically everything that Deutsche Bank has on Trump. And so in lays out quite a bit of specifics. They want to actively reports if any, they won't correspondent about suspicious activity reports though, cover the stuff in my recent article about taming McFadden. They want anything involving any money laundering concerns whatsoever. They want stuff on transactions outside the meditates the list goes on, and on, and on and quite a bit of detail. But look, I mean, they these guys are these investigations on Capitol Hill or being run by very serious people. They're former federal prosecutors who have specialized in anti money laundering cases in the past, so, and they have subpoena power. The not whether the Bank and actually comply with us being as well as first of all if these documents turned over, then it should be able to answer this question that we're. Asking here and certainly the best it will represent the best shot of anyone being able to answer. Of course that will depend on whether the courts, the Trump family has sued to block the Pena's, but already one federal court has ruled against the Trump family. So we'll, we'll see what happens in that aggression committees for whatever it's worth their biased on this, obviously. But you talked to people there, and they're quite optimistic that they're going to prevail in this in the road near future, in fact, get their hands on not only all this deutchebanks, but also things like Trump's tax say, I mean, you, you refer to George Bank as the resent stone of, of Donald Trump's finances in this relationship goes back twenty years, or more very intricate elaborate they've got actually I, I don't understand how a Bank has would have all of his tax returns as far as I know, my Bank doesn't have my tax returns. How does that work? Have you barred three hundred million dollars? I guess that's due diligence..

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"george bank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Whatever Putin's rings up more than anything else in life. That may have begun President Trump's reforms is rushing asset. Okay. But, but if any of that was in the report, then then, you know, we would they would be more indictments, right? So if if what you just said, it was true. There wouldn't necessarily be more indictments because the only crime here would be under the emoluments clause. But there's more this kicked off Trump's rushing fixation and not long after the first Russian trip. Donald Trump began his plan for Trump Tower in Moscow one hundred story building that'll be the tallest building in Europe. And in two thousand thirteen Trump took as Miss Universe pageant to Moscow and beg for attention from Putin. But the crucial year for the Putin's influence for Putin's influence over Donald Trump was two thousand and eight year, the great recession we were all threatened with unemployment and the destruction of our savings. Donald Trump is going through between four and six bankruptcies, depending on who's counting he owed over six hundred and ninety million dollars and was about to lose everything. No Bank would lend a penny to anyone not even to the rest clients. It was the great recession, but one of the banks of Donald Trump had stiffed was the German Bank Deutsche Bank. In fact, Trump was in a hot and heavy lawsuit with Deutsche Bank. He tried to get his debt to the Bank nullified by choosing the. Bank of starting to rate recession of two thousand eight yet Deutsche Bank reached out and caught Donald Trump before he could fall it loaned Trump two billion dollars. Why now have been something to do with the crime for which torture Bank would later be punished with six hundred thirty million dollar fine. Could it be because George Bank laundered ten billion dollars for Vladimir Putin? Could it be that two billion dollars of this longer? Putin money went to bail out Donald Trump. Okay. Report tell us anything about these things. But see that if what you described there right with a prosecutor was seemingly would be low hanging fruit. Right. That seems like that would be the easiest thing to prove exactly like, you know, to quote, John Curtis a moment ago, the you can easily connect the dots. If that were true, then all of that would just be that would lead up to more indictments. So. The Georgia Bank has loaned Donald Trump a real estate magnate money. Donald Trump a real estate mogul has borrowed money. Bankruptcy is common. In among real estate, developers is just goes with the field. This is all before Donald Trump was president. And so where is where the crime? Well. That's it. Wouldn't that? Be exactly what John Curtis is asking is. Where's the crime didn't happen? So there's no crime, except there's Russian Donald Trump is if this scenario is correct at may not be, but if it is correct than Donald Trump is the biggest Manchurian candidate in the history of modern west. Well, you know, people throw around things like Manchurian candidate because it's very sexy. And for the same reason that you know, I know that this is something which got said about Barack Obama, and we'd never ever be likes to talk in terms of like, you know, movie analogies. I don't know that we really have enough evidence yet what you will. Wait, we will all have to wait until the contents of the mullahs report comes out, and it does seem like as as others have pointed out. It does seem like this is a time. When a lot of people on the right? Get to say, I told you. So are you not willing to allow them to say, I told you so yes, there's going to be a furious fight for the next possibly year over to reveal or not to reveal the details of what's in the Miller report. And until we see those details, we don't have a clue. Well, what if they just released everything right up front because that's what President Trump has been asking for recently. Just let the whole thing out. And and I think that a lot of people be fabulous or catastrophic. Right. Nobody wants nobody. Even the democratic head.

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"george bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Amy Goodman. President Trump presented his proposed twenty twenty budget Monday, which includes eight point six billion dollars to fund a wall on the US Mexico border more than six times while congress approved for border projects in each of the past two years. The budget also includes an almost five percent increase in military spending while calling for cuts to domestic spending including for both Medicare and Medicaid over the next ten years as well as two federal student loan programs and the supplemental nutrition assistance program or snap funding for the Environmental Protection Agency would be slashed by thirty one percent and the interior departments by by fourteen percent while providing over nine hundred million dollars in law enforcement funding for the agency which would be directed toward border security. Democrats blasted the budget house speaker, Nancy. Said the cruel and short-sighted cuts and President Trump's budget requests our roadmap to a sicker weaker America. We'll have more on the budget with investigative reporter David Kay Charleston later in the broadcast. The New York Times is reporting. The New York attorney general's office issued subpoenas to George Bank as part of an investigation into the Trump organizations real estate dealings. The probe was reportedly spurred by Michael Collins congressional testimony last month in which Trump's former lawyer and fixer asserted Trump regularly inflated has assets and official documents Cohen provided lawmakers with copies of statements that were submitted to Deutsche Bank. The Bank is President Trump's largest lender and loan hundreds of millions of dollars to Trump organization for real estate projects even as other banks refused to do so house speaker Nancy Pelosi told the Washington Post, she's not planning on launching impeachment proceedings against President Trump saying he's not worth it. And that impeach me. -ment is too divisive. She called Trump ethically and intellectually unfit for the presidency. But said congress would require an overwhelming bipartisan reason for impeachment in response, Washington. Congress member from caucus co chair Pramilla Paul said congressional investigation should determine the appropriate course of action and that evidence of a quote consistent pattern of abuse of power or of obstruction of Justice would be grounds for impeachment. Meanwhile, Michigan congress member a sheet, it's is expected to introduce articles of impeachment this month. Algierian president of as but fleet announced Monday, he would no longer seek a fifth term after weeks of popular protests demanding the ailing president stepped down. He's rarely been seen.

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"george bank" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Okay. So what are they voting for? Now. They're voting to to postpone or not rather to continue with his testimony, and it's going purely partisan lines right now, all the all the Democrats voted and they said, yes, he should. And now the Republicans are voting saying, no, he should not do his testimony. They one time more time to look there his testimony and rip it apart. That's what they said. Hey, no, they'll they had the was is his testimony that opening statement. He. Yeah, that's his opening twenty. It's twenty pays was. This. I mean. It over with want this. They want the reports that come out I want this go away. How long do we have to deal with us? I mean, the twenty pages are filled with a bunch of accusations that if true could be significant, however, they are not significant because Michael Collins, the one saying them there's evidence for some of them and those I think are worth reviewing but we went through about half of them before. Maybe we can go through the rest if you want. Yeah, we go we're going through Michael Cohen testimony. So you don't have to write so bringing this up. Jason's going to listen to it. But bring it up just a little bit. And if there's something significant where he starts to talk, and and he's into one of these significant places, then we'll we'll bring it up. Okay. So he has made he's going to make today. Several allegations. Against Donald Trump. Yeah. We went through some of them that he made racist comments with. No backing no evidence at all of the things about whether he talked to Russia. He claims there's a phone call that happened as Jason pointed out in our one it disagrees with the case against Roger stone that this call ever occurred. But he's playing it again with no evidence, the F B I says that didn't happen. But Cohen is saying it it did it did he goes on to talk about Mr. Trump being h sheet is what he says as previously stated he's giving three years of President Trump's financial statements for two thousand eleven to two thousand thirteen which gave George Bank to inquire about a loan to buy the Buffalo Bills, and to Forbes, these are exhibits, he actually turned in in my experience. It was Mr. Trump inflating his total assets. When it served his purposes such as trying to be listed among the wealthiest people in Forbes and deflating his assets to reduce his real estate taxes. This is there was big New York Times investigation about this. I think it was last year. You know, if he did do that. Especially in some official way to lower his real estate tax taxes. That would be a obviously a serious issue. Most of the accusations in the times piece were very old, you know, going back to the eighties. So I don't have anything. They didn't have anything new. That's that's why that's why they're saying, you know, release the tax the tax papers. So they have something new to go off of to see how he manipulates things if indeed he does also he is giving them to newspaper articles side-by-side that are examples of Mr. Trump inflating and deflating his assets. Again, we've got newspapers got two of them. And he's placed them side by side again that I would ask you does any of this make a denotes afar. Nope. Again, most people made their mind up on Donald Trump, and they're not gonna move either way. Here's another one that we've heard island say this on income taxes. Specially nobody's going to be surprised if a real estate mogul from New York City manipulates his tax return to not pay taxes. Should he? No. Is it illegal? Yes. Should he? Maybe, you know, get the full burden of the law and have to pay for that. Yes. The fine. Probably. However, this is getting Al Capone for income tax evasion. Exactly. Remember, this is supposed to be an investigation.

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"george bank" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"Don't you ever? Forget it. Molly you're ever in a moment where you think a cop is your friend. That's the good cop. Okay. He's the one who's here to bust your ass, the bad rise here to make you feel like you need, a friend. Okay. Fuck these people. So let's play Angela spilling the beans to Philip banks one of three seven to one. Oh, six three. What if it was George Bank? So Steve Martin. Angela. You're right about the babysitting. I just. I lied about that because I wanted the car. What did you want the Clerval? There was this movie plane in in Sierra, Linda, and it was it was a hard. I can only see PG. Do you? Remember the name of it? It was reckless. But I didn't get to see it because they asked for my ID. Clears the problem with. But you know, you could toil. You could tell us more about Stacy kinda grocery was. Kids, very popular. Did you look? Everybody liked her. Hugh mistaken. Angela. Whitly didn't like it. She wouldn't have someone did someone disliked or enough to kill it. In fact, euro vis worked up what we call. It a profile which is a description of what we think girl must be living. Here. See? Words here. I remember passage newsy in. What are they finally get down to? She's the same age as her victim, a member of the same peer group, so her involvement in that group is peripheral rather than central. She's impulsive emotional driven. Both by fear of inadequacy and a desire for acceptance, while her crime was abrupt irrational disorganized. She is unlikely to exhibit strong emotions when question about or possible involvement. Interesting isn't an Angela. What do you think about it? Me. Thought to. We've been doing a lot of thinking about it. Why don't you go home think about it over the weekend? And maybe we can talk some more later. Of course, you can..

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"george bank" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on No Agenda

"Well it was definitely that take is that is definitely unique i never heard of this event ever even though apparently has been going on forever well out of the house more often i should in this case uh i i wanna play gratuitous clipped as the berkeley pot sanctuary clip berkeley civic council will vote on a resolution that would effectively declared the city a sanctuary for legal adult use of cannibus resolution would fan city agencies and employees from using the money to help enforce federal marijuana laws agencies would not be able to turn over information on legal cannibus activities to federal authorities eager succeed already succeed earn a bunch of bull crap this legal is this data you don't have to do anything they want now this now this insane the holds this leads into the pot dana this guy banks said quit the trump administration because he was caught with paul i didn't hear brought us we got it we as some guy f of here's the jeers this here's one here's one the presentation of before i play it you have to imagine this on pbs they have a picture of this guy it looks like he's in his mid thirty's hair's the shovel to he looks like he is stoned out of his gordon this picture awhile click on i played enough the s splitter and while a senior aide on the white house national economic council george bank that he's resigned after failing to get a permanent security clearance intel politico that the white house has counsel's office cited his past marijuana use wow i him really high.

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"george bank" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on RobinLynne

"You know i i'm not you know a lot of ju bank account liquor george bank card could have been ten times as much as he used res ju manalo that acts now they know wide because my testicle banker drown is writing in majorities rhetoric not saying that they don't got no testicles my history in track record against dis dis devil this segment these caucasians in this industry is is a mole is low different than the naysayers acts them don't ask me accident you know i'm not a wide rubber momentum to outright new outright me so why do they got more money you're not them you know day so that's the ruehe as the real gauge of who successful and who's who's boss at who's a donald zakeem i'll know that wasn't standard guide you with david and goliath or moses in air on feira merit moses in air fare role in all that but as you know none of us up and running again on religion which is done my principles so what did you come on beal maher show when you you want to make him feel comfortable dominolike you out like union owns a why you gotta make them feel comfortable no reason why got a smile i gotta lab you know you still get just your store you know what i'm saying just get album steele coming out how many days that we gotta go feel uncomfortable because of were white people do own a platform and what they do industries every day like why we gotta latin vis vis vis talk about jokes now.

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"george bank" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"You know i i'm not you know a lot of ju bank account liquor george bank card could have been ten times as much as he used res ju manalo that acts now they know wide because my testicle banker drown is writing in majorities rhetoric not saying that they don't got no testicles my history in track record against dis dis devil this segment these caucasians in this industry is is a mole is low different than the naysayers acts them don't ask me accident you know i'm not a wide rubber momentum to outright new outright me so why do they got more money you're not them you know day so that's the ruehe as the real gauge of who successful and who's who's boss at who's a donald zakeem i'll know that wasn't standard guide you with david and goliath or moses in air on feira merit moses in air fare role in all that but as you know none of us up and running again on religion which is done my principles so what did you come on beal maher show when you you want to make him feel comfortable dominolike you out like union owns a why you gotta make them feel comfortable no reason why got a smile i gotta lab you know you still get just your store you know what i'm saying just get album steele coming out how many days that we gotta go feel uncomfortable because of were white people do own a platform and what they do industries every day like why we gotta latin vis vis vis talk about jokes now.

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"george bank" Discussed on Science Talk

Science Talk

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"george bank" Discussed on Science Talk

"The kinda unique characteristics of it because you have this canyon a lotta nutrients spilling down into it and that cranks up the uh the sued web there yeah it actually really i think were again it's a little bit early to say how this thing works but the whole the whole areas interesting because you've got big current like the gulfstream how of georgia's bank that circulate leaves from cape hatteras and heads off toward the england right and north of that there are these big uh warm koren cold core eddie's that circulate around just south of the kenyans and seamounts and when they when they hit that continental shelf edge were which is basically a big underwater cliff that drops from george bank down to the abyss will plane uh it creates a lot of turbulence just as when uh uh a front coming across from the pacific hits the rocky mountains there's all of a sudden storms and all kinds of things happen so same kind of thing happens underwater but in the case of the monuments area it's actually bringing a lotta cold water and nutrients up out of the deep ocean into the surface blair creates incredible productivity and that stimulates all this biodiversity that we see both at the surface and in the bottom so this this region spin protected for less than a year but it's already under threat because of the new presidential administration yes they are reviewing all of the monuments there uh i mean i don't it's not my expertise the now what the legality of changing or rescinding monument his i know it's never been done i get this one case where a monument was uh protections were changed but um if it were on land generally.

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