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Milton Glaser | Make Things That Move People
"So over the history of this show spending eight years more than five hundred guests. Two years filming on location and crew, and now more than six years is a podcast. I have been asked one question over and over and over. So who's your favorite guest so when you do what I do, you learn quickly to dodge the answer to that question for one. You can't win for any name. He dare to offer your simultaneously snubbing hundreds, and if I'm blessed to keep doing this long enough thousands of other people, but more importantly. If you're really paying attention, truthfully, there is no such thing as a favorite guest. Guest I don't do this to be entertained or to fall in love or to make new friends or to have favorites I do because I love doing it, and because it's a bit like my living laboratory, it's it's not about who I liked best, but rather who I have learned from WHO has left changed and on that level would have come to believe as you learn something if you allow yourself to remain open from every single person. As it is on screen. Has It is in front of a Mike in Studio on the? So it is in life. But as I sit here today. Having just learned of the passing of a man who has become as our producer, Lindsay often reminds me. The single most referenced guest by me. In the history of the show Milton Glaser. I can admit to one truth over the same span of time much as I have been profoundly inspired and humbled and awakened, and learn more than any book or school or course of study has taught me. There have been very few guests. Who when they walked out. The door left me thinking to myself. I live their life. Milton glaser was at the top of this very short list born and raised in the Bronx. He discovered what would become his life's work, and never in his eighty five or so years of. Building on that veered from it to make things that move people those are the words he shared with me. As soon as These words were offered in that classic Glazer Rasp. I can feel every cell in my body. Come alive with resonance me, too. I felt me to. My whole body just saying with recognition and resonance. Me To Milton me to. Glazer's list of accomplishments in the world of design and media and education, the stuff of legends launching a design agency push pin studios in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four with a bunch of friends who he graduated, Cooper Union with he would change the face of commercial illustration of art and design that famed Iheart. Logo Did that a tribute to the city. He loved so fiercely at a time when it was on the verge of bankruptcy of crumbling underneath him, Glazer wanted to do his part to help people. Re Imagine it to see the way he knew it to be the way it was in his heart, which probably explains why he was also a founder of York magazine that iconic Bob Dylan Rainbow Hair poster with more than six million copies in print glazer again. Thousands of other works of art posters, brands product packaging restaurants. You name it. Glazer was behind so much of it and Milton's work he it's been seen everywhere from the halls of global industry to local pub to. The Museum of modern. Art in New York City the George Pompidou Centre. In Paris in two thousand four. He received the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Lifetime Achievement Award. He received the National Medal of Arts Award from President Obama in two, thousand, nine, the first graphic designer ever to be given dishonor. The man had his own typeface Glaser Stencil. That, brilliant mind and the artful hand, and the impact that they would have didn't stop at making, though he also taught for more than five decades, he shared his wisdom his lens on everything from life to art to beauty to work to love with thousands of students, many of whom have now gone out into the world to make their own lasting marks, and it wasn't just this diversion to craft to making meaning to the creation of an noticing of beauty to his commitment to teaching and giving back to the work. It was the choices that he made about who and what matter to him. The deep sustained commitment to living life on his terms, and never allowing himself to be boxed into anyone else's expectations in any domain of life to working and playing and spending time with his wife Shirley who he wed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, seven, and to whom he remained married until the day he died at age ninety one.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is a populist so some times you're going to get things comments ideas that are populist in nature not conservative in nature and i told you from the beginning that if you're going to embrace of a trump presidency you're going to have to embrace that part of who he is because friends that is who he is you're not going to change them he had to run as a republican because you and i both know that hillary was destined to be the nominee that's why she cheated bernie sanders we already know all of that no need to hass all that but trump is a populist period now i do understand he's got a substantial conservative base like myself but he's also got some liberals and moderates that are in his base we've got people in his base that never even voted ever in their life so we've gotta understand that's why chris christie said on george pompidou adopted doubt the dopoulos show today that the problem is that the president's female served by staff and family thank god chris christie said a truth because that is the truth and if we could rail in a little bit of the populace viewpoint then the conservative base would be happier so even though oh i don't like what he said why believe at the end of the day that is something that will happen absolutely not but you cannot dismiss that he said it because he did and we've got to be careful because the the democrats are strategic period and they're fighting for their power and their lives right now and when you are facing a crazed blunt you people like the democrats they will pull out any punch they will do everything and anything and we've seen that.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Our arab about a foreign policy adviser named george pompidou capitalists who was kind of buttonholed by some russian agents in london and offered dirt on hillary clinton and so called offtherecord meetings between trump campaign people and russian officials and the democrat counter memo makes clear that there were other people in the trump camp who were being investigated by the fbi as soon as the investigation began in 2016 but the number of persons as blacked out and their titles and names are also blacked out so we know that investigation was taking place we just don't know who the focus of a was okay so this is the end of round one of the battle of the memos what's round too that's a great question the chairman of the intelligence committee devon newness has said he could have another memo about the obama administration you're a state department in its conduct in the story democrats might release a counter memo but the other story that has come out of this month of dueling memos is this might be the way the game is played now in the big city the majority in the minority trade fire over long periods of time with these materials because each one is trying so hard to shape the public's perception of the story and pairs national security editor phil young thanks phil thank you us mexican and canadian trade officials are back at it they are renegotiating the north american free trade agreement or nafta if their seventh round of talks in the past six months now progress has been made on small technical details but as impure cenard clinton reports some of the big sticking points involve the auto industry and one key number when you think about nafta and the car industry it's important to know that not all auto companies are the same let's start with forward now no matter how you look at it ford is not really a car company ford makes trucks that's what it sells the most though than that's what it's best that it's where the money comes from and pickup trucks are where ford gets most of.
"george pompidou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He lives and he um among others chris ready who runs a conservative news outlet called news max uh and a former journalist himself who investigated clinton back in the uh in the 1990s it among the people who who trump does talk to chris right is also a member of the president's club down there in palm beach uh urging president trump rather than consent right away to an interview uh which would be sort of a witness interview uh with his lawyer present where uh he'd be talking to robert muller about whatever robert muller wants to to talk about and we've seen dozens and dozens of dozens of these kinds of energy are ready with people from hope heck's the communications director is sean spicer and rights previous other top trump officials in many many others so we don't even know about those consented to these uh interviews which is part of the you know investigatory processed uh the big question is whether trump himself would submit to one uh no doubt uh if you're muller you might wanna get the president under oath uh the answering these questions on whether it be about obstruction of justice sir what he knew about the democratic hacking during the course of the campaign and so you have these people who are allies of president trump urging him not to do that saying it too would immediately put them into jeopardy uh given that he has a penchant for not necessarily uh sticking close to the truth and trying to exaggerate or or spending is way out of things but when you're talking with a federal agent across the room whether it be robert muller or you know there's likely to be fbi agents in the room uh as well uh and you live uh you are in serious jeopardy uh you know of uh of uh a federal crime uh it's the the same crime obviously there michael flynn and uh the trump campaign new george pompidou topless already applied guilty to so clearly bought muller is not messing around here um so they're urging instead for trump to try in an end up just taking written questions from muller and answering them uh you know with his lawyers you know in the.
"george pompidou" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Contacts with russia going back to 2013 ten same with george pompidou models sorry which is which shift said the things that the obama did make this look more damning that it is an ongoing to be honest i'm looking at it with a jaundiced eye on the other hand i notice that when democrats do something wrong i'm the first one to say get them out i'm gone wiener did what he did if he's got to go and you and i said it almost slower than nancy pelosi did go yeah no democrats on our are generally quite good at at you know keeping the house clean as it were but but this this thing this is this is either one or two things is going to happen either fox news and right wing hey ray lydia the whole right wing echo chamber drudge and whatnot either in fact or the interesting a drug drudges headline is right now down either they won't be successful here it is the headline is disgrace and uh trump attacks integrity of fbi and justice department politicized probing favoring downs lotta people should be as ashamed us spy warrant relied on dossier that's that's what's at the top of drudge so any lear they will be successful in in blowing up this investigation number one or number two what i think is their secondary goal they will be successful in putting so much doubt into this thing that republicans will start saying in in november this is all about november keep in mind this is all about being jerian control the house and senate that innovate because i you know and and secondarily protecting the president that that republican voters will say well you know the the dossier was crazy and the the fis where it was crazy and i'm just you know i'll i'll continue vote republican because you know obviously the democrats and the fbi are out to get them and it and they can just a mile right and if they could just pull that off i mean they don't even need.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KGO 810
"The public now we're going to have evidence that you have to present to support your case none of that is there this is literally filing the motion when you file a motion in court exclusively argues your side and indyk argues it in kind of the most extreme way you can make all all of the possible arguments even if they're barely legally recognizable and there's almost no evidence to support it you throw it all in there in the initial motion fats with this document is so i i mean i i have to do my job which is to pick this apart and where the logic fails the logic fails deeply in certain key parts of this first off i wanna point out paragraph and worked with marked as five so they have kind of bullet point in numbered list that they go through here our findings indicate that as describe low metareum relevant information was omitted number five if the last is the very last paragraph of the memo the page fis application also mentions information regarding fellow trump campaign adviser george papa dopoulos there is no evidence of any cooperation conspiracy between page papa dopoulos puppet up was information triggered the opening of an fbi counterintelligence vis gatien late july 2016 so what that openly states and his absolutely ignored by the republicans on the committee is papa dopoulos was already under investigation beef four the fis application against page would that not by fact of lodge fbi is already investigating papa dopoulos for a russia connection let me say that again the fbi was already investigating george pompidou capitalist trump campaign adviser populace when the fis of applications were first filed against page well if that's the case the entire argument fails because the argument is this is a partisan move exclusively done all of this intelligence was done based on a false dossier from christopher steel infusion gps but the whole argument fails on that point alone because they already are investigating george property was trump campaign adviser therefore the basis for investigating carter page is your relevant because we're already investigating trump campaign adviser george popped up.
"george pompidou" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Adam schiff and democrats are saying 'no the republicans obviously in the memoir saying yes congressman lee zeldin just said on twitter there is a tape of it he apps said well i mean i i think the solution is if if if if the transparency as the causing on i totally agree let's release everything what's release two hundred radic mamohato the underlying intelligence those transcripts of the of the interviews the fis of applications whatever we can about whatever your dad said about facts being facts there know there are alternative facts apparently with this administration and that seems to be with this if you look at the four corners of the document that they released and yes they should definitely released the democratic once a we have a full picture but the four corners of the document defy what the republicans are saying themselves they say it says in the document itself that yes preliminary corroboration of the steel dossier was happening the george pompidou capitalists information was also part of it so just in the four corners of the document itself if it it goes against what they are saying so i you know it's just mind boggling with us why are you tell you that could these committees operate in a bipartisan ways some efforts to united i think the purpose of this document was to clarify i think the purposes since document was to muddy yeah and i think it's to attempt to muddy at a particular time when we think that this special council is moving toward conclusion at least on the obstruction of justice investigation he we know that they're negotiating to get beat debatable question president trump we assume that would come toward the end of an investigation and i think that may be one reason we're seeing this happened now and one reason it's confusing is because that is it seems to me part of the point and if the purposes to muddy i'm sorry let me just say this and this probably goes to you what does this say about the eighters and a better sense of those who released this document which are the republicans in the house and.
"george pompidou" Discussed on WTVN
"Should gps to accumulate information on trump so there are allegations out air that this story originated with billion it's interesting because million on again is also been reported is slated to have had contacts with george pompidou apple is who is a backbencher third rate pseudo foreign policy advisor on the trump team this guy is not some key player despite the fact that the democrats want him to be now granted this is one name of a couple of i'm gonna give you this is the weakest link in this i'm going to be candid about that upfront but it's interesting that million has in fact had contact with people who have had contact with you should gps supposedly the story about the golden shower episode with donald trump originated with him through other people makes it back to steal and he's also alleged to have had contact with george papa dopoulos a backbencher on the trump campaign why do we have those contacts how did that happen if he had those contacts how is it that the information through the phone gay made it back to fusion gps working for hillary how is that is this all by chance maybe is also alleged to have had contacts with george pompidou apple is a backbencher on the trump campaign why do we have those contacts how did that happen if he had those contacts how is it that the information through the phone gay made it back to fusion gps was working for hillary how is that is.
"george pompidou" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Same does this mean you think that they are focussing entirely on obstruction if if the only subjects that you know that they want to talk to the president about or the firing of flint in the firing of komi because that would suggest they're not interested in talking about you know the the the meeting in trump tower with donald trump jr at cetera george pompidou capitalist meeting with that professor with kremlin connections etcetera ii reporting indicates that the main to bucket fat muller's team has told the white house but they want to ask trump about our there's two firings and the events that preceded and followed those two different events ivc the foreign firing early in the presidency and the call me firing waiter vets brand and the indicated to the president's lawyers john dowd ty cobb and others that those are two of the things that they would definitely want to lead the questioning with and usually signals i'm just trying to look at how this was done with with previous highprofile individuals like hillary clinton and she was interviewed i believe our july fourth weekend 2016 and not long after it wrapped up do you think that this signals that the muller probe is wrapping up would it be careful and not saying what we all know of reporting is still to be done here in previous cases as you intimated the interview of you know the main subject has been near the end of the probe but the you know they continue to interview folks i'm one of the things our sources continue to tell us is that they're getting wealth so the information and each of these interviews that could lead them into new veins or two new places so i think we will be a bit presumptuous saying that just because they're interviewing the president means at the probe would immediately and afterwards i know obviously we were discussing this but when george pompidou apple is when his name appeared in that legal documenta after in his plea deal um it was a surprise to us because it was he was somebody about whom we knew very little uh there were there were really uh it wasn't the focus of the.
"george pompidou" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Dennis prager delivers the news you will not hear anywhere else the vast majority of americans don't know the things that i report for you every day they have no idea of what is happening berzici ninety nine percent of the country blessed nobody of this stuff quite that quite the problem that's why we have to make this stuff middle but dennis prager show weekdays at noon on fm one l one point five and am 1410 the patriot welcome back to the town hall review i'm dennis prager in for hugh hewitt russia conspiracy collusion and treason is a topic that will not miss hearing about when and if the various investigations are over thus far we've had trump campaign staffers indicted general michael flynn's plea of guilty of presidential candidate other investigation and now another name has surfaced green party presidential candidate dr jill stein who won less than 1 percent of the vote in 2016 is also wonder investigation before the senate intelligence committee here's my salem colleague michael medved let me tell you what i heard i heard this i yesterday and then i have been able to dig out some more information about it but there does appear to be extraordinarily strong evidence of collusion between one of the presidential campaign's and the russians and no i'm not talking about the trump campaign i yes yes yes there's evidence against paul manafort he looks about as guilty as sinn there's evidence against his says he had a richard gates uh george pompidou topless has already pleaded guilty michael flynn has already pleaded guilty but this involves the candidate herself and no one not talking about hillary clinton i'm talking about jill stein now all the people running for president we had not just two of the worst candidates ever in my opinion we had four of the worst candidates africa's usually if you have two candidates were very controversial and very weak and i that was certainly true for secretary clinton will certainly true of mr trump uh if you have two candidates are very weak daily some of the third and fourth party candidates are appealing but do you remember what of bozo gary johnson was the former governor in mexico i appreciate the fact they came on the.
"george pompidou" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"This podcast is brought to you by the end point imperative a podcast series from intel that brings together id experts in leaders to discuss the big tech challenges impacting businesses today download and subscribe to the end point imperative wherever you find your podcast what's news from the wall street journal top stories and timely insights i'm charlie turner in new york the securities and exchange commission is levying fewer penalties against wall street firms we'll have more on this in a moment first here's are some top stories attorney general jeff sessions testified tuesday that he recalls a meeting with the trump campaign adviser at which the adviser spoke about contacts with russians after mr sessions testified earlier this year he knew of no such contacts with the campaign i would like to address recent news reports regarding meetings during the campaign attended by george pompidou apple us and carter page frankly i had no recollection of this meeting until i saw these news reports i do now recall that the marched 2016 meeting at the trump hotel that mr papadopoulos attended but i have no clear recollection of the details of what he said at that meeting but sessions strongly denied that he ever lied in any of his testimony and all of my testimony i can only do my best to answer your questions as i understand them and to the best of my memory but i will not accept and reject accusations that i have ever allied that is a lot the us international trade commission says it's launched an investigation into apple for patent infringement aqua connect and strategic technology partners lodged a complaint last month and requested the agency issue a temporary exclusion order if the orders granted the agency could block the import of certain apple mac computers iphones ipads ipods and apple tvs but it was not immediately clear which gadgets the probe targets boeing is now the biggest company in the dow jones industrial average surpassing general electric boeing had a market cap of nearly one hundred fifty six billion dollars at tuesday's market close passing g e which had one hundred fifty five point two billion and market cap shares of boeing have had a great two thousand seventeen up sixty eight percent for the year geno.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Coverage as at bay the way it was very open and obvious despite the fact that he and registered as a foreign lobbyist and that's one of the charges against him the manafort was involved with all those folks so why did trump select him to manage his campaign when he had to fire corey lewandowski and he did why him of all the people would have been available and that's a question that president trump should answer we know i was fired because the trump campaign and president trump himself done vindicated that he said he was fired because of his connection with russia and and also president trump blows losing at the time that he fired paul manafort and then started gaining strength then we know what happened in any event the the point about this is when did president trump become aware and why wasn't he aware at the beginning of paul manafort deep deep deep connections to vladimir putin or was it beacause of those connections that he was hired to manage the campaign i don't believe that it was but it's a question that needs to be answer another question having to do with george pompidou jobless by the way wolf blitzer over at cnn introduced a whole other range of questions by speaking about an unidentified unindicted coconspirator very famous person who may also have been involved in dc collusion someone whose name until wolf blitzer raised it on cnn whose aim had not been connected with the scandal in any way here's what the cnn commentator had to say tell us first of all more about the case against george stephanopoulos or or papa dopoulos i should say george pompidou dopoulos who the role could be very significant in this investigation by what was okay it's not right it's not george stephanopoulos it's george pompidou apple as george stephanopoulos has his own problems he was a former clinton aide now of course say uh at anchor over and host of the morning show over at abc george stephanopoulos no it's not him it's on him it's george pompidou doubtless george stephanopoulos had a background in politics george pompidou complice as a saifur for there there's so many questions about him one of the things that uh the the press found out was that term it when.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KOIL
"A deal with him so we can continue that investigation so the notion that this is almost over his surely wishful thinking the white house is downplaying any connection of papa dopoulos but as abc's brad mielke reports there's new information about a meeting were then candidate trump was present just after inauguration day abc's cecilia vega ask president trump you or anyone in your campaign how they contact with russia leading up to or during the quake he gave an unequivocal no but rather muller's team uncovered a meeting in which george papadopoulos tell his connections to russia with president trump in the room now former trump adviser gd gordon tells the new york times the trump listen with interest as papa dopoulos suggested a meeting with vladimir putin but at jeff sessions shot the idea down saying not to mentioned that again brad mielke abc news the president's response to questions about that meeting i don't remember much about that very on board meeting remember much about a new abc news washington post poll suggests the majority of americans don't believe the president's hands are completely clean abc's brad mielke tells it starts seven in ten americans support the conspiracy and money laundering charges against paul manafort and rick gates president trump is that the charges have nothing to do with his campaign but taken with the case of george pompidou the eight who's admitted to getting tips about russian dirt on hillary clinton sending them to his supervisors and then lying about it fifty three percent of americans think these cases there a sign of broader wrongdoing in trump tower and forty nine percent dislike the president himself committed a crime president attempting to turn attention once again to his 2016 rival questioning why the justice department is looking into the recent revelations about hillary clinton's campaign and the dnc abc's kenneth moton explains president trump's response when asked if he would consider firing his attorney general jeff sessions a lot of people are disappointed in the justice department including me trump is blasting bot the fbi for not investigating.
"george pompidou" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In the news this morning a new report says indicted former trump adviser george pompidou capitalists personally told trump at a meeting in march of 2016 that he could set up a meeting between trump and vladimir putin the report says trump did not reject the idea this morning trump talked with reporters before he went on his trip to asia telling reporters he could not remember or does not remember much about that meeting with papa dopoulos but trump is a in a twitter stormed this morning blasting hillary clinton and the democratic party this is after a political published an excerpt of a new book coming out from the former former democratic party chairwoman donna brazile in which brazil says she found proof that the 2016 democratic primary was rigged in hillary clinton's favor so trump wrote on twitter this morning crooked hillary bought the dnc and then stalled the democratic party a primary from crazy bernie he says that's the real story on collusion trump also wrote let's go fbi and justice department calling on federal authorities to launch an investigation it is illegal for a president to issue such an order us employers adding a solid two hundred sixty one thousand jobs in october this is a bounce back from the hurricanes that slammed the southeast in september unemployment went down to four point one percent from the four point two percent rate in september that is the lowest american unemployment rate in the past seventeen years chicago police say a man robbed two seven eleven's at gunpoint in the lincoln park neighborhood last night one of the incidents happened at about ten fifteen dean at the seven eleven in the twenty seven hundred block of north lincoln the other one happened about an hour later at the seven eleven in the twenty two hundred block of north clark the gunman is still on the loose nobody was injured in either robbery the website dna info and gotha missed both being shut down the owner joe ricketts whose children are the owners of the chicago cubs says he made the decision to shut down because he was not making enough money on the websites just last week.
"george pompidou" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Others donald trump uh on the end and jeff sessions is on the nearer the table right in between jeff sessions and george pompidou novelists is jd gordon is a former national security official for the trump campaign was obviously at that meeting that day he now says to us on the record jaidee gordon that then candidate trump heard him out a referring to george pompidou apple is that then candidate trump heard out papa dopoulos his pitch about then candidate trump meeting with russian president vladimir putin of course we would reporting that senator sessions and now attorney general sessions at that time knocked down the idea and of course all of this is a very big interest to the special counsel's office because they wanna know uh what the president's reaction was in the room that day and according to jaidee gordon are at the very least he heard him out all right uh jim that and breaking news as more people in president trump's inner circle under scrutiny in the russian investigation were also learning more about how president trump himself is reacting sources told cnn yesterday the president was fuming agonizing over the news and special counsel miller's indictments are isolated at times on the third floor the white house earlier in the week then the president spoke near thomas's maggie haberman on the phone and said he isn't personally under investigation and that he was not angry to anybody joining now is twenty schwartz the co author of the art of the deal contributor to the dangerous case of donald trump a new book i want to play for of tony somebody that the president said in a radio interview just uh know i think a local radio station in washington.
"george pompidou" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Qatar has of new breaking news in the russian investigation jim what are you learning oh that's right anderson this goes back to that a conversation we've been reporting on over the last couple of days about two four foreign policy adviser george pompidou capitalists raising this idea this prospect of a meeting between our then candidate trump and russian president putin this was at that to national security advisory board meeting back in march of 2016 we had heard only from sources about this conversation up until now but we can report anderson that one of the attendees in the room a former national security official judy gordon if you're looking at this a picture right now on screen peterson obviously there is a george pompidou apple is in the middle others donald trump uh on the end and jeff sessions is on the near under the table right in between jeff sessions and george pompidou novelists is jd gordon he's a former national security official for the trump campaign was obviously at that meeting that day he now says to us on the record jaidee gordon that then candidate trump heard him out a referring to george papa dopoulos that then candidate trump heard out papa dopoulos as pitch about then candidate trump meeting with russian president vladimir putin of course we would reporting senator sessions and now attorney general sessions at that time knocked down the idea uh and of course all of this is a very big interest to the special counsel's office because they want to know what the president's reaction was in the room that day and according to jaidee gordon are at the very least he heard him out.
"george pompidou" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Way it was very open and obvious despite the fact that he had an registered as a foreign lobbyist and that's one of the charges against him the man of what was involved with all those folks so why did trump select him to manage his campaign when he had to fire corey lewandowski and he did why him of all the people would have been available and that's a question live president trump should answer no we know why was fired because the trump campaign and president trump himself then vindicated that he said he was fired because of his connections with russia and and also president trump was losing at the time that he fired paul manafort and then started gaining strength then we know what happened in any event the point about this is when did president trump become aware and why wasn't he aware of the beginning of paul manafort s deep deep deep connections to vladimir putin or was it beacause of those connections that he was hired to manage the campaign i don't believe that it was but it's a question that needs to be answer another question having to do with george pompidou topless by the way wolf blitzer over at cnn introduced a whole other range of questions by speaking about an unidentified unindicted coconspirator very famous person who may also have been involved in collusion someone whose name until wolf blitzer raised it on cnn whose aim had not been connected with his scandal in any way here's what the cnn commentator had to say tell us first of all more about the case against george stephanopoulos or or papa dopoulos i should say george pompidou novelist who the role could be very significant in this investigation by what woes okay it's not right it's not george stephanopoulos it's george pompidou's apple as george stephanopoulos has his own problems he was a former clinton a now of course say an anchor over and host of the morning show over at abc george stephanopoulos no it's not him it's saw him it's george pompidou topless george stephanopoulos head of.
"george pompidou" Discussed on WGTK
"A meanwhile there's a piece by charles de peers whose very anti trump but it's manafort he writes his muller's opening salvo and he points out ten months is all it took for the president's former campaign manager agai you ran the president's campaign for almost twice as long as evil genius steve bannon did and his principal aid meaning metaphors principle aide who was still hanging around the white house as recently as last june to get hold an fbi headquarters earlier monday morning to begin what may be several years worth of simpler perp walks ten months this is impressive look those two guys and and and the one is already pleaded guilty george pompidou nautilus they are in serious trouble under house arrest no really a ten million dollars bail let's go to eric in ferndale washington eric you're on the medved show a veteran thank your burkard call you bent of course when i got an honor on our house on pull out or timeless where do we get trustworthy issues like 300 it's a question is meyer here is a hillary is pro first it that we have grew across the political spectrum but yet so what your free and you know we are just are computer or where i see it see what they again limb i i i believe that hillary clinton as a politician and a somewhat typical politician but the idea that she is the most corrupt person and she's still walking free uh what what charge would would she have done because we now know the specific charges against paul manafort rain broker shirt here's the okay so here's where i go with it i look at the clinton foundation as a base word so the reality situation for what greer's reports i've been able to okay is basically she did she would involve with your area the rich she she wasn't okay it here this is one of no it's it's one of those things that gets distorted all the time on talk radio but uh if hillary clinton i think it's very very sleazy and i again i had peter schweitzer on talking about this with clinton cash during the campaign several times the clintons hound foundation was very very dubious because they were taking money that they should never have taken and was very tainted an.