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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

First Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington

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Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

"Jimmy Carter, has died. Word out of Minnesota. The former vice president Walter Mondale, has died. The liberal icon served Minnesota as attorney general and US senator then as vice president under Jimmy Carter, from 1977 to 1981. Mondale's own try for the White House in 1984 was shadowed by Ronald Reagan's popularity, but he made a different kind of history by choosing the first female running mate on a major party ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, Walter Mondale was 93 Fox News Trace Gallagher,

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

"Historic 1984 run for the White House. When the name New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate, the first woman on a major party presidential ticket. I'm delighted to announce But I will ask the Democratic convention. To nominate Geraldine Ferraro of New York to run with me for the White House. Mondale lost that election in a landslide to Ronald Reagan, carrying only his home state of Minnesota and Washington, D C after he pledged to raise taxes during his acceptance speech. Mondale's family says he died Monday. Minneapolis He was 93 The White House says it's in contact with local officials in Minnesota, head of

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of ninety three former vice president Walter Mondale served under president Jimmy Carter from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen eighty one Mondale was an icon to liberals but he lost his own presidential bid in nineteen eighty four after telling voters right up front to expect a tax increase if he won that election also made history because Mondale had chosen Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate the first woman to ever appear on a major party ticket help break that glass ceiling telling the Associated Press in twenty eleven I think a lot of women are in positions or their talents bring them who might not have been there but admin for Jerry Walter Mondale former Minnesota Attorney General US senator and vice president dead at the age of ninety three Jackie Quinn Washington

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WTOP

"Harris has now broken the centuries old barrier for women to become vice president. W T. O P S emeritus. Congressional correspondent Dave McConnell reports on a historic first vice president Harris represents a trifecta. The first female South Asian and black vice president. She also represents hopes for better racial relations and more opportunities for minorities in the U. S. Her emergence is the second in command comes 37 years after Geraldine Ferraro was chosen by Democratic candidate Walter Mondale to share the presidential ticket in 1984. Mondale Ferraro team was trounced by President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George Bush. Despite Hillary Clinton's on successful run for president in 2016 on Lee, One other woman has emerged as a partner for the chief executive. Sarah Palin, along with unsuccessful presidential candidate John McCain, until now with Paris. Our exact role, and a Biden administration is not clear yet, but it is certain to be significant and distinctive. For starters, her status as the tie breaker and an evenly divided Senate will likely keep her close to the upper legislative chamber. Some time to come. Dave McConnell, w T o P news and Let's go live now to Lin Manuel Miranda fire on the mountain and lightning and Storm and a God speaks from the sky. That means someone is hearing the outcry and the birth cry of new life at its term. It means once in a lifetime. If there's justice can rise. And hope in history rhyme..

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Hard radio. Florida's a royal wedding or a vote about 20 twenties presidential election OD Once again here is correspondent Aaron Carter's About a half hour from now, Joe Biden is going to share a stage with Kamala Harris, who has made history as the first black woman to become vice president, an achievement that comes as the country faces a reckoning on racial justice. NBC's Avery Harper has been covering Harris. She joins us now from Wilmington. We first saw her this morning Avery in a jogging suit, and she had posted a video. Of a phone call that she made tea, Joe Biden and Boy did she look happy, right? She said. Well, you know, we did it, Jo. You're going to be the next president of the United States, and it is a momentous occasion for Joe Biden, but it's also a historic moment for Senator Kamala Harris UNIX history tonight. As the first woman in the first woman of color to hold the second highest office in the United States. And while it's not typical for the vice president elect to make a speech tonight, the campaign obviously isn't overlooking the historical significance of this moment. I accept her. Give remarks that pay homage to the women who paved the way for her women in politics, but Shirley Chisholm, Geraldine Ferraro and Hillary Clinton on DH, she will also undoubtedly speak about her mother, chamallow Gopalan Harris. Announce scientists and cancer researcher who had a profound impact on her life and died in 2009 on the campaign trail here often quote her mother who would tell her you know, Kamila. You may be the first to do many things, but make sure that you are not the last. So I expected to acknowledge the significance of her achievement. And I think that she's going to give an inspirational message about the boundless possibilities for women and people of color across the nation, Striking that the moment comes for her that she becomes the highest ranking woman ever to serve in the United States government four years after President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, and she and Secretary Clinton spoke today, right That is right. In addition, Teo speaking with Hillary Clinton, and she, she also spoke of Nancy Pelosi. She spoke with Barack Obama all congratulating her on, You know the historic achievement that she makes tonight. How Where is she about her her place in history, even as she has sought to be a loyal number two to Joe Biden. You know, put it in context. This assumption she also she also often says on the campaign trail Black woman didn't secure the rights to vote until the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1955 year after Kamala Harris born and and that was not that long ago, so this is a momentous occasion for black women, and I expect start relishing that tonight. Indeed, ABC Savy Harper with US from Wilmington, remarks from Kamala Harris and Joe Biden about 25 minutes away, and they're celebrating. At Howard University. Harris is on the mater. ABC is Faith. Abou joins us from there. There has to be an incredible move there earlier. Right now we have a handful of students left on cancel on campus right now. And how is university, One of the country's most seizes and historically black college is a couple of Harris when here in the 19 eighties, received a bachelor's degree. In political science and economics here, and the story on the campus is very, very personal. Perhaps there's no other group other than you know. Coming here is the family and her friends. Proud of what he has achieved. Then her Howard University community here shortly after it became clear that you'd become the first woman and a woman of color to the office of the vice president. Her alma mater here, released a statement congratulating the ticket but also congratulating her and saying that a new dawn has broken here in America. They added at the V P a lead on the Howard Hammer and scattered the proverbial glass ceiling into pieces that could never be put back together. There's a sense of pride on campus and among students here that is a describable. We're talking about a university that was established at a time where black people did not have access. Two white institutions would not have that anything. You've offered that to black people offered access. You think black people and now you have an alumni from one of these to you. Now heading over to the second highest office in the land, So there's a sense of flight here and just history dawning on people here. This is happening in a year of refill reckoning. When tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of the summer crying for racial justice, and this is just one of those mouth stones that we've been celebrating today. Ah, Harris has done what no other woman has done black white. He's going to be in that office and will forever be an ABC grabbing on to Howard University alumni stands on the shoulders of Prominent black people and civil rights icon who walked the campers. Three. What walk on this campus who walked on the quad and made them proud made the current generation proud, and I'm going to read this to come out as well. And he's been in there three down. He talked a lot about how hard university taught her. That could be anything he wants to be. And young black men and women are watching the play out right before their eyes. And Yeah, they were here. Her sorority was here earlier, a group of them as celebrating and he talked to a few people on campus, and they're just relative and just a historic moment. NBC's faith of Obey from Howard University. Ah, really moment of pride for Harris's alma mater, ABC. Steve Roberts, our political analyst. You heard Avery Harper mentioned how and faith talk about the women on whose shoulders Harris stands and and one of the women that that Avery mentioned was Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman On on a major party ticket when she ran with Walter Mondale. This moment feels even a bit different. Well, it does feel very different part because Harris won and my love for our lost, but also when Geraldine Ferraro ran 36 years ago, I covered that campaign. I covered the Congress when she was a member from from New York from Queens and I knew her very well and she was a really pioneer when she came to Congress are only a handful of women in the Congress. Hardly any senators and they women had almost no power in Washington at all at that level compared that to the two today we now have three women sitting on the Supreme Court. We've had a total of five, but now there were three Sitting there with the speaker of the house is a woman. We've had several women as secretaries of state from both parties and the the progress that has been made we have over 100. Geraldine Farrar was part of a handful of Democratic women any women in the U. S. Congress. When she first came. There are now well over 100 women in the U. S Congress. And so it's a very different time and Ah Ah, certainly Harris's ascension Marks a milestone, but she does stand on Gerry Ferraro shoulders, ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts as we near the remarks.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your voice Your Vote about 2020 presidential election once again here is correspondent Aaron About a half hour from now, Joe Biden is going to share a stage with Kamala Harris, who has made history as the first black woman to become vice president, an achievement that comes as the country faces a reckoning on racial justice. NBC's Avery Harper has been covering Harris. She joins us now from Wilmington. We first saw her this morning Avery in a jogging suit, and she had posted a video. Of a phone call that she made tea, Joe Biden and Boy did she look happy, right? Right. She said. Well, you know, we did it, Jo. You're going to be the next president of the United States. And it is a momentous occasion for Joe Biden. But it's also a historic moment for Senator Kamala Harris. You next history tonight as the first woman in the first woman of color to hold the second highest office in the United States. And while it's not typical for the vice president elect to make a speech tonight, The campaign. Obviously, overlooking the historical significance of this moment, I expect her to give remarks that pay homage to the women who paved the way for her women in politics like Shirley Chisholm, Geraldine Ferraro and Hillary Clinton. And she will also undoubtedly think about her mother's family. Gopalan Harris, a renowned scientist and cancer researcher, who had a profound impact on her life, and died in 2009. On the campaign trail here often quote her mother who would tell her, you know, Kamila. You may be the first of you many things, but make sure that you are not the last. So I expected to acknowledge the significance of her achievement. And I think that she's going to give an inspirational message about the boundless possibilities for women and people of color across the nation, Striking that the moment comes for her that she becomes the highest ranking woman ever to serve in the United States government. Four years after President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton and she and Secretary Clinton spoke today, right That is right. In addition, Teo speaking with Hillary Clinton, she she also spoke of Nancy Pelosi. She spoke with Barack Obama all congratulating her on, You know, the historic achievement that she she makes tonight. How well where is she about her her place in history, even as she has sought to be a loyal number two to Joe Biden. You know, to put it in contact in this assumption she also she also often said on the campaign trail Black woman didn't secure the right to vote until the passage of the voting Rights Act in 1965, you're after Pamela Harris was born and and that was not that long ago. So this is a momentous occasion for black women. I expect start relishing that tonight. Indeed, ABC Savy Harper with US from Wilmington. Remarks from Kamala Harris and Joe Biden about 25 minutes away, and they're celebrating. At Howard University. Harris is on the modern ABC is Faith. Abu Baba joins us from there. There has to be an incredible move there. Barber. There was earlier. Right now we have a handful of students left on cancel on campus right now. And how is university, one of the country's most seizes and his black colleges. A couple inherit. One here in the 19 eighties, received a bachelor's degree in political science and economics here, and her story on the campus is very, very personal. Perhaps there is no other group. Other than you know, coming. Harris family and her friends prouder of what he has achieved. Then her Howard University community here shortly after it became clear that would become the first woman and the first woman of color to a family office of the vice president. Her alma mater here, released a statement congratulating the ticket but also Congratulating her and saying that a new dawn has broken here in America, they added at the VP elect, how would hammer and scattered the proverbial glass ceiling into pieces that could never be put back together? There's a sense of pride on campus and among students here that is a describable. We're talking about a velocity that was established at a time where black people did not have access to Whiting decision did not have offered that to black people offered access to black people. And now you have an alumni from one of these you now heading over to the second highest office in the land, So there's just a sense of flight here and just history dawning on people here. This is happening in a year of Russell reckoning when tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of the summer crying for racial justice, and this is just one of those mouth stones. We've been celebrating today. Ah, Harris has done what No other woman has done black white. He's going to be in that office and will forever be in a Grand Howard University alumni as he stands on the shoulders of prominent black people and civil rights icon walked the cancers of the streets and in what walk on this campus who walked on the quad and made them perhaps he's made. The current so he's gonna race in proud and he's going to raise some proud as well and he talked a lot about how our university taught her. That could be anything he wants to be. And the young black men and women are watching the play out right before their eyes. And Yeah, they were here. Her sorority was here earlier. A group of them as celebrating and he comes to a few people in Kansas, and there's just relishing and this historic moment. NBC's faith of Obey from Howard University. Ah, really moment of pride for Harris's alma mater, ABC. Steve Roberts, our political analyst. You heard every Harper mentioned how and faith talk about the women on whose shoulders Harris stands and one of the women that That every mentioned was Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on on a major party ticket when she ran with Walter Mondale. This moment feels even a bit different. Well, it does feel very different, partly because Harris won and my love for our lost, but also when Geraldine Ferraro ran 36 years ago, I covered that campaign. I covered the Congress when she was a member from from New York from Queens and I knew her very well and she was a really pioneer when she came to Congress are only a handful of women in the Congress. Hardly any senators and they women had almost no power in Washington at all at that level compared that to the two today We now have three women sitting on the Supreme Court. We've had a total of five. But now there are three sitting there with the speaker of the house is a woman. We've had several women is secretaries of state from both parties and the the progress that has been made we have over 100. Geraldine Ferraro was part of a handful of Democratic women any women in the U. S. Congress. When she first came. There are now well over 100 women in the U. S Congress..

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Same way you learned it. They called up. Two minutes ago, and it was announced and they're trying to protect Biden and the president says he's not in on it. Thanks, but no thanks on the virtual debate, so that is to be continued. Meantime. Fight night in Salt Lake City last night. But the only vice presidential debate of the campaign season is mostly calm, Cool and collected. Let's go. I don't know, but this is important. I want Mr Vice president speaking. I have a much tamer than last week's affair. Both vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris did take their shots. 12 FT apart, plexiglass also on stage. Things relatively calm, though the vice president's did Have a fly on his head for a moment, which lighten the mood a bit and, of course, lit up social media. By the way, did you know there have been only three women ever on the vice presidential debate stage in U. S history. Senator Harris is the first in 12 years. Alien was the last woman way back in 2008, the first Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, so the challenge is for Senator Harris ripple far beyond any single debate, says Amanda Hunter, research and communications director of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation. There's no imagination barrier in this country with a lot of people when it comes to a woman commander in chief. Serzone entrenched bias of what a vice presidential candidate looks like and simply by being on the debate stage last night, spending her time and holding her own donor has challenged stereotypes and she made history. Laurie curvy W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Coming on Patriots still sidelined and we're hearing from the coach for the first time since Corona virus hit camp 9 33. Take a look at the roadways right now, with Lori Grant Large brandy in the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes 93 south on Jeff, we have Ah, left Lane closure. This is right between Mommy alive in Park Street and stone him. So be aware of this its back towards 1 28 there. The problem is the road construction, So it's not really a problem, but obviously they're they're doing something about a problem. So keep it to the right hand side. There are 93 South bound. Through stone, Um, north on Expressway. That is a tough one. Still savin Hill, the Columbia Road, the South onside much much better Still get a disabled truck in the center lane can imagine breaking down but breaking down in the middle lane there 24 North bound by 1, 39 and Stone. Just like Oh, my God. I hope they see me. Framingham Wister commuter rail line. Watch out for some delays on train 5 12. It's a 25 minute delay right now Out Bon. Probably signaling issue was the problem there. Laurie granted NBC's traffic on.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"American Women in Politics director Rutgers University Eagleton Institute. Good Sunday morning. Thanks for being with us for having me on a Sunday morning in looking at the selection of Geraldine Ferraro for the Democrats in 1984 and Sarah Palin for the Republicans in 2008. You say that the selection of Senator Kamala Harris does not feel like a Hail Mary pass unlike those two selections, can you explain for well when one Mondale pick Geraldine Ferraro is his running mate. It was a moment where he was running against one of the most popular incumbent presidents We have seen in a very long time, Reagan Hey, was far down in the polls on DH. He was looking for something that would be different on that might garner him some attention. And in 1980 when Ronald Reagan one that was theologian where we've very first time saw what we call the gender gap, the difference in the way women and men vote and for the first time we saw a difference. With women more likely to support Democratic candidates and the assumption there wass that by putting a woman on the ticket that it might engender a real enthusiasm on the part of women and really amplify that gender gap and have it be enough. To make a difference in the outcome of the election. A T end of the day. The reality is we know his usually vice presidential candidates only have an impact kind of a lot around the edges, and Montel was in a very uphill battle in at the end of the day was really trounced in that election, and it did not did not make A difference that you can see by having a woman on the ticket. We don't know, Of course, whether what he had done worse, it's hard to imagine, but if he had not had a woman on the ticket, but in that sense, it was a really kind of lets try something completely out of the box. When John McCain was running again he was behind in the polls and he wanted T knew that he was going to be running against a history making candidate Barack Obama. And he was looking for something that would also set his candidacy apart. What happened in that race, I think was a real fundamental misunderstanding of the gender gap. He chose a woman, a cz, his running mate, thinking in some ways that he could bring along some of the disgruntled Hillary Clinton supporters who were disappointed with her not receiving the nominee. Ishan that year. The reality was, of course, as I said, before, this is not as much about the gender of the candidate is really about the party on DH, moderate to liberal Democratic women were not going to support John McCain and a very conservative Sarah Palin just because she was a woman. And so at the end of the day what we saw again, Wass, you picked Sarah Palin. There was a little bit of a bump right after the convention, but There was quite a gender gap in that election as well. And it benefited Barack Obama, the Democratic candidate. This is a cover story of Time magazine back in 1984 calling Geraldine Ferrar historic choice. 12 years later, in 1996 we sat down with her, and she recounted the experience she went through in being selected. Let's watch a portion of that interview from the sea spent video library. Well, it sounds like it was a very quick decision, but it really wasn't It was a long process. The country It's started talking about a possibility of a woman on the ticket November December of 1983. By the time I was platform chair and going around the country with hearings, every place that presidents don't say, are you gonna be vice presidential candidate? There was a period of time which during which Fritz met with women representatives from around the country. He also Wait it out a whole bunch of us to talk to him about what our views were on the vice president, say Minnesota. But when all that was going on, and I really thought that it was gonna happen, I just kind of it was a nice thought that we would at least talk about opening doors of opportunity for women, but I never actually thought it would happen. I certainly didn't think if it did, it was going to pay and I went off to San Francisco because I was getting ready to present the platform to the convention. This was my big opportunity. I was going to be able to speak In prime time, and I went out to California is in San Francisco is giving a speech going to give a speech and that night, John Riley called said he stopped by and he was. He was the person who was closest one on the vice president's election. The vice presidential selection. He called me a mistake. I stop seeing I said, sure. And so he came to the hotel room and he said, We went through a whole discussion of vice presidency. And he said, Do you realize you have to give up your congressional seat? I said, Of course I dio. They said. Would you do that? And I said yes, and it was at that point that I realized that this was it was between me and Diane at that point and what ended up happening? Wass, he said in the hotel.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KOMO

"Moh news 1000. FM, 97 7 Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, is offering her congratulations to Joe Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris. He's also offering several pieces of advice, including Don't get muzzled and don't forget the women who came before you. One of the women she was referring to was the late Geraldine Ferraro, the 1984 Democratic vice presidential nominee. Palin talked with a B C's Amy Robach. You know, I would like to think that both Geraldine Ferraro and I in our respective parties, we were able to get a bus down some doors and show some American voters, perhaps for his To believe that women are capable of doing a whole lot of things all at once. You know, I just had a baby and my oldest son was enlisted in the Army. He was headed off to his first appointment on my head. A teenage daughter who's pregnant case yet, and I noticed that one on the front page of the National Enquirer had a lot of family things going on. And in addition to that, though, being able to serve the great state of Alaska as governor, and Geraldine Farrar, too, in her run being able to do so much in her personal life. And in her political professional life, I think we were able to show some voters again. Maybe you're kind of Neanderthal ish and not believing that women are capable of doing a whole lot of West. We were able to prove that Governor Palin. Obviously, you and Senator Harris are on the opposite sides of the political, I'll What made you decide to want to reach out to her? You know, I had a great discussion with Geraldine Ferraro. When I was chosen. I called her and we were able to kind of bond over. You know this unique experience that she had had and that I was ready to have So you know, I wish that more people more women would have reached out to me at the time because you know, it was a tough job, of course running for that office. Kemalist. She's more. I think she's in a better position in terms of what to expect. Then I or generally, Ferraro back in the day, because again, you know, people have come before her to be able to run. And, um here, you know, we see the big Feminist list of women who have already come out to support ER kind of saying, you know, hate media. Keep your hands off her when it comes to some issues that maybe your urine up to attack before nobody did that for me. Nobody did that for Geraldine. So she has a bit of a privilege there, and you know what? We'll see how she has that. But I hope that the media will treat her candidacy not personally rough as they treated mine because a lot of the coverage of me was quite unfair. And I'm not saying that as a victim or a whiner. I'm saying that as a fact and you know, I hope that They will be a treat her fairly but at the same time, no kid gloves. You know, the American voter wants to know that we have the most capable people running and who will be elected, regardless of gender race. White House senior advisor Jared Kushner confirmed his discussions and meetings with Kanye West Thursday, Kushner was asked if he's discussed the upcoming election. NBC's Catherine Faulder's has details. White House senior advisor Jared Kushner confirmed He and Kanye West speak often and met last weekend in Colorado. Republicans in multiple states are involved in efforts to get West on the ballot, a moving dot siphoning votes from former vice president Joe Biden. The news of their relationship also comes on the heels of West's acknowledgement in August interview with Forbes that he could act as a spoiler for Biden's campaign. Last week, a source told ABC News that West aims to stop Biden, Kushner said West quote had some great ideas for what he'd like to see happen in the country. Catherine.

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KOMO

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KOMO

"Coma News 1000. FM, 97 7 Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, is offering her congratulations to Joe Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris. He's also offering several pieces of advice, including Don't get muzzled and don't forget the women who came before you. One of the women she was referring to was the late Geraldine Ferraro, the 1984 Democratic vice presidential nominee. Palin talked with a B C's Amy Robach. You know, I would like to think that both Geraldine Ferraro and I in our respective parties, we were able to get a bus down some doors and show some American voters, perhaps for his To believe that women are capable of doing a whole lot of things all at once. You know, I just had a baby and my oldest done with enlisted in the Army. He was headed options. First appointment on my head. Teenage daughter who's pregnant, and Casey it and noticed that one on the front page of the national Enquire had a lot of family things going on. And in addition to that, though, being able to serve the great state of Alaska as governor, and Geraldine Farrar, too, in her run, meaning to do so much in her personal life. And in her political professional life, I think we were able to show some voters again, maybe kind of Neanderthal ish and not believing that women are capable of doing a whole lot at once. We were able to prove that Governor Palin. Obviously, you and Senator Harris are on the opposite sides of the political, I'll. What made you decide to want to reach out to her? You know, I had a great discussion with Geraldine Ferraro. When I was chosen, I called her and we were able to kind of bond over. You know this unique experience that she had had and that I was ready to have s o, you know? I wish that more people more women would have reached out to me at the time, because you know, it was a tough job, of course running for that office. Kemalist. She's more. I think she's in a better position in terms of what to expect. Then I or generally, Ferraro back in the game, because again, you know, people have come before her to be able to run and here, you know, we see the big Feminist list of women who have already come out to support ER kind of saying, you know, hate media. Keep your hands off her when it comes to some issues that maybe your urine to attack. Nobody did that for me. Nobody did that for Geraldine. So she has a bit of a privilege there and you know we'll we'll see how she helps that, but I hope that the media will treat her candidacy. Not personally rough as they treated mine because a lot of the coverage of me was quite unfair. And I'm not saying that as a victim or a whiner. I'm saying that as that, and you know, I hope that they will treat her fairly but at the same time, no kid gloves. You know, the American voter wants to know that we have the most capable people running and who will be elected. Regardless of gender race. White House senior advisor Jared Kushner confirm his discussions and meetings with Kanye West Thursday, Kushner was asked if he's discussed the upcoming election. ABC is Katherine Folders has details. White House senior advisor Jared Kushner confirmed He and Kanye West speak often and met last weekend in Colorado. Republicans in multiple states are involved in efforts to get West on the ballot, a moving dot siphoning votes from former vice president Joe Biden. The news of their relationship also comes on the heels of West's acknowledgement in August interview with Forbes that he could act as a spoiler for Biden's campaign. Last week, a source told ABC News that West aims to stop Biden, Kushner said West quote had some great ideas for what he'd like to see happen in the country. Catherine Folders, ABC News.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick Fan sites are editor Jeremy Greater Yale is being accused of discriminating against white and Asian American students. The Justice Department says they're only 1 10 to 1/4 is likely to be admitted when compared to black students. Department is demanding the school change its policy. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, is offering congratulations to Joe Biden's running make Kamala Harris. She's also several offering several pieces of advice, including Don't get muzzled and don't forget the women who came before you. One of the women she was referring to was the late Geraldine Ferraro, a vice presidential nominee from 1980 for Palin talked this morning with ABC. Sammy Robots, You know, I would like to think that both Geraldine Ferraro and I in our respective parties, we were able to get a bus down some doors and show some American voters who, perhaps for hesitant to believe that Are capable of doing a whole lot of things all at once. You know, I just had a baby and my oldest son was enlisted in the Army. He was headed off to his first appointment on my head. A teenage daughter, who was pregnant, Casey it and notice that one on the front page of the national Enquire had a lot of family things going on. And in addition to that, though, being able to serve the great state of Alaska as governor, and Geraldine Farrar, too, in her run being to do so much in her personal life. And in her political professional life, I think we were able to show some voters again. Maybe kind of Neanderthal ish and not believing that women are capable of doing a whole lot of West. We were able to prove that Governor Palin. Obviously, you and Senator Harris are on the opposite sides of the political, I'll What made you decide to want to reach out to her? You know, I had a great discussion with Geraldine Ferraro. When I was chosen. I called her and we were able to kind of bond over. You know this unique experience that she had had and that I was ready to have So you know, I wish that more people more women would have reached out to me at the time because you know, it was a tough job, of course running for that office. Pamela's. She's more. I think she's in a better position in terms of what to expect. Then I or Geraldine Ferraro back in the day, because again, you know, people have come before her to be able to run and here, you know, we see the big feminist list of Women who have already come out to support ER kind of saying, You know, I hate media. Keep your hands off her when it comes to some issues that maybe your urine up to attack before nobody did that for me. Nobody did that for Geraldine. So she has a bit of a privilege there and you know we'll we'll see how she handles that. But I hope that the media will treat her candidacy. Not personally rough as they treated mine. It's former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, speaking with a B C's Amy Robach. Now today's afternoon Soundbyte. I think this is one of those stories that everybody regardless of your political Stripes on that sort of thing. Everybody's excited about the fact that an Arab, a Muslim Arab government is making peace with Israel. That's White House senior advisor Jared Kushner. Talking about Thie. Israel United Arab Emirates Agreement announced earlier today. Brett Bo and is a quad correctly identified that and wins a $25 gift card to Sean O'Donnell's American Grill on Irish Pub. Listen for the camo Afternoon soundbite weekday afternoons at 4 40 on camo news. Jim Tesco. Now with your Komal propel insurance Money updates. It was a mixed session for stocks today. With the market hurt. By the sense, the lawmakers won't reach an agreement on a new stimulus package for Americans anytime soon. Dow Jones industrials fell 80 points and the S and P 500 slipped six. But the NASDAQ composite managed a 30 point gain. The company's business is booming, but more than 1200 Amazon delivery drivers have been laid off. Recently. A company spokesman confirmed to CNBC today that the layoffs were made in connection with the E commerce giant, Having severed contracts with small logistics companies around the U. S. Microsoft next month will officially be back in the smartphone market. The tech giant has unveiled its new dual screen android phone. The surface duo. It arrives on September 10th and will be priced at about $1400 end up You can check out 35 minute media briefing on Microsoft's YouTube channel. That's your money Now. I'm Jim Tesco Cuomo News. Thank you, Jim. You get your money news here on Co mo. A 2050 passed every hour. Let's traffic and lots of weather to discuss will do that next. Now, with Reliance.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WTVN

"16 W T B M Thursday Visit with Dr Mark Caleb Smith hey, is in charge runs the political science department at Cedarville University. I hope the morning finds you well, doctor. I'm doing Well, How are you doing, Joel doing okay. Doing okay. So we know now Joe Biden has picked Kamala Harris as a running mate. Just Ah, when you first heard that. What did you think? What? What kind of reaction was there? You know, In some ways, it's not really much of a surprise. I mean, she was always discussed was one of the leading contenders. She's very prominent. Ah, sitting African American female senator from a large states. So in that way, not released praise at all in another way, you know, maybe a little surprising. She went after Biden pretty hard in the primary process. Um, and she really didn't do all that. Well in the primary process, you know, I think When you think of someone choosing a fellow primary candidate for their VP slot. Usually we think of the person who finished second or maybe third, and here is dropped out before we even made it to Iowa. And so is kind of an interesting choice. I think by by then maybe lots of Ah ripple will come from this decision. So there's lots of things I would love to discuss with you, Andi. I might I might be treading on really super crazy, thin ice. But you know when you got common, Harris Ah black woman, Asian American descendant. You know, you got the Jamaican gun, just stuff in the past there as well and all that for all the people that immediately took to Social media. And we're like, Finally I can identify with someone. I'm going to vote buying Harris. And these are black people. Jamaican people, Asian American people. Whatever. Isn't that racism? I mean, Isn't isn't When we talk about racism in this country, people are upset that you know, white people only associate with white people we have, you know, e e O. C we have, you know, employment rules that like you gotta interview people with diverse backgrounds and all this stuff. And for people just just immediately say she's black. I like because I'm black. Isn't that the same kind of racism? I don't quite see it the same way in some ways, and I think I look at it more as an issue of pride in some situations like that, so it isn't necessarily being derogatory toward another race or marginalizing another race or mistreating. In other words, people it's more like you know, someone who is like me or someone who I can look up. Tio has been in a similar situation to me is doing something that's really cool and therefore maybe is inspirational. So when Geraldine Ferraro gets put on the Democratic ticket in 1984 women could see you know it is possible for women to be one of the vice presidential nominee. For a major party. Uh Barack Obama, of course in 8 4012 manages to win the presidency. Certainly a big moment for people. I don't know if it's always motivated by Racism. It could also be a source of pride so not granted. Sometimes they could maybe veer into that territory. But I'm not sure it's like that automatically prize best source of pride, though I mean pride's one of the seven deadly sins. Not necessarily pride in negative. So you know if my, if my kid goes on to do something great, I'm proud of them. That doesn't mean necessarily that it's It's a simple thing that it means that I'm proud of what they're doing. And I can take some inspiration out of it. So I don't see it always negative. I got you. I got you, and then you mentioned it. You know how just visceral it was her attack on Biden. In the in the debate for the Democrat tickets, and I just and again. I know this is politics. You know, Doctor, I understand that politicians are creatures of I'm over here one day and then the next day, 179.9 degrees the other way, But it's just I'm so tired of it. I am so Weary of and they just expect you accept it. They just like, you know, she went out. And when Adam when Adam was I mean, she talked about him being up on women, and it was unsavory and just all these things, and now she's hanging out with them, and smiling couldn't be happier to be running on the same ticket. It's like man, I'm tired of that. Yeah, I'm kind of right there with you. You know, I like to see my politicians have a strong set of beliefs and argue about those beliefs and fight for those beliefs and do their best. But those beliefs on the policy Instead, we often just seem to see them sticking their finger in their mouth. Put it up in the air, which which watch which way the wind blows. Simply go whichever way they want, Um and you know, like you said it. It's democracy there trying to win votes. They're going to shift here and they're going to ship there. That's kind of the way politics works, but it doesn't mean we have to like it. And we certainly don't need to celebrate. You'd like it if somehow they could say, you know, Yeah, we do have strong differences. Here's where our differences are on DH. We're going to put those aside or we can leave. Move forward with those differences. But now we're going to pretend Almost like those things never happen, But I mean, yeah, but I mean, it's not even it's not even issues. I mean, she attacked him him as a person, his character upon women bad, bad bad. And now she's going to run with him. It's like, I don't know. I don't know if he came knocking and you really believed what you said during the debates. How you could say yes to that again. I'm not saying she's the first politician to do it. I'm not calling her out Per se, as all my God. She's the worst, but my God, I mean, how how can you take someone like that seriously? Well, I think that's partly where you hope the media will hold her responsible for those kinds of comments. Yeah, that should be put in front of her on a regular basis. There should be a question that comes up during the vice presidential debate. So she shouldn't be able to simply allowed to be walking to walk away from it. And pretend like she never said those things. She should have to justify it. Um, And if she can't do that satisfactorily, then you think maybe that'll hurt. Things that will hurt the ticket. So that's where the media steps in and you hope they play on active role in holding our elected officials responsible. The Unite both know how the media does vary a lot by what kind of media outlets looking well, That was a really nice way of saying that that was a really, boy that was like Wow. Dr Mark Caleb Smith, kindly given national media pass. I wouldn't say a pass, but it happens on both sides of the aisle. But I mean, some of those outlets are going to go hard after her. Some of that was going to go hard after Mike Pence. Because there were where the viewers are. Well, you know, I don't even really know how you go hard after Mike Pence I I'm not sure America even knows what he stands for. I mean, he is not one of those out there in your face publisher, the seeking kind of guys. Whatever it is, he does, he seems to largely due in anonymity. Yeah, he does. And one of the things I think that attracted Trump for evangelicals. Last cycle was the choice of pens because they've got pencil have this significant influence. On President Trump. I don't think anybody could with a straight face A. There's been a large in from the vice president to the president. I think he's there. He's certainly in the room where things happen, but This doesn't seem to be a pence driven administration at all. So he has been kind of in the background talking to Dr Mark Caleb Smith Cedarville University. I'm curious. Are you aware of this conspiracy? AH group or the idea of whatever called the Q and on Yes, I am. I've been reading up on it over the last several months and trying to wrap my fingers around it. But yeah, Give me give me the fund. Then what you know about what? What is it? What does it stand for? Is it real? I don't think that it's really I think that is a set of conspiracy theories mean it's ah person or group of people who have been posting on social media outlets. Uh, some of those have been kind of dark Web outlets at one point, But now their Maurine the on the mainstream in places like Twitter, Facebook and others they claim to have high level security clearance. And based on this high level clearance they have inside information that they occasionally post on online places. And this is where your listeners may be familiar with pizza Gate. That whole thing about this guy. Goingto Washington thing. There's this pedophile ring in the basement of a pizza joint washing, DC. He shows up. He brings a gun and lo and behold, there's nothing there because he bought into these conspiracy theories, So it's a pretty large movement and, you know, we just had a member..

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This weapon has been taken away from the left. I think during the presidential campaign, I hate listening to Democrats Stand on the stage and talk about how you can't make it in this country and were racist. And if you're not, if you're not a white male, forget it. You just can't make it on your own. And the fact that Commodus hairs Kamala Harris has parents, both of them off color from other countries who came here. One of went to Stanford won went to Berkeley and then she's the child of those immigrants. And now she's on the ticket to be a heartbeat away from the presidency. Sorry, kind of hard to make that argument. They can't make it in America. She is utterly without principles. I believe that But the one thing I think she might choke on Is calling her parents hypocrites because she got the message from an early age. If you work hard If you're smart, you can do anything you want in this country. You Khun, you, Khun! Build your dream in the United States. That's the message she grew up with. And I think that might be too much for her to call her parents hypocrites because that's a major plank of the progressive end of the Democratic Party is that you don't have a chance in this racist, terrible red from the worst country on our rig for white people, specifically white males. Well, we'll see. I tell you what, once you get a sniff of the White House. And she'll be checking job. Biden's vital signs on a daily basis. Once you get a sniff of the most powerful office in the world, you'd throw your granny into a wood chipper, so I don't I don't know if Mama might go ahead and choke down her last moral and go ahead and pitch that horrific. Defeatist fiction to get the office If she feels like she should, But get your eyes and get ready for a disgusting, heaping helping ETI day. Ah, long list of all the ways in which you're racist or sexist Anytime you criticized Kamala Harris in any way, please ignoring the fact that Sarah Palin got savaged by the media on a regular basis, right as a woman, and Sarah Palin has AH, reached out to Kamala Harris today, and I think this is a really nice with some advice for Kamala Harris. Who will now be the third woman to ever be on. Ah, big ticket like this. Who's the other one? That wasn't Geraldine Ferraro is literally the first time I've heard this back in the eighties, Moran with Mondale. Ah, yeah. Palin posted on Instagram today to trust No one knew, among other things, but it gets a little nicer After that. Um Palin also urges Harris not to let herself get muzzled by handlers and remain true to who she is toe have fun not to forget the women who know she is. She's nakedly ambitious not to forget the women who came before and to fight mighty to keep your own team with you. They know you, your voice and most importantly, are trustworthy. She said. She also shared her to a top most fun things about running in the v P slot when she was running with John McCain. Orchestrated campaign stops. They're made to look on orchestrated, but she said they can get bizarre, but their team made them the second most fun thing in the number one spot with rope line Every single handshake and holler and hug and smile, melted my heart energised my soul and gave me the utmost hope in this greatest country on Earth. Ah, that's nice. Yeah, it is nice. Um She never said she can see Alaska from her house or Russia from her doesn't make you never not even close any criticism of any other Forgive you, Tina Fey. Never any criticism of Kamala Harris will be the racist or sexist or accommodation for both the combo. I'll tell you who's racist. It's the progressives. They're brutally racist. I have proof plus You ever seen that mean? Sexually? Quite funny. That birds are actually government drones, The people that actually release missing this this Jack, have you been? Ah, Briefed on project Aquiline No had signed a need to know basis I need to tell you about Project Doc..

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Yesterday Counsel to funding president fast like Quinn. So Trump is taking questions We see. Obviously, a lot of it is going to be a lot of it was about Biden's choice. Of a running mate on he called Kamala Harris. Very nasty when it came Tio Cavanaugh and the Supreme Court very nasty to when it came, Tio. Joe Man, he'd have all the fights you could remember back. And these these these debates those two, especially Harrison Biden, she dressed him down about school busing. And it was that was one of the memorable That's when she had her have her moment. You know how many moment that was it? I mean, that was one of the moment. So you know the president. I'll tell you, he he's he seems annoyed today and we carry these press conferences. You know, almost every other day. On a lot of times he comes in. He tells you what kind of going on today He seemed very annoyed. And I don't know what exactly about was it because Biden pick Kamala Harris? I don't know. But you could just tell this is one of those days where, like his people are saying, Stay off Twitter. Make sure he's in. He's in a mood today. He's in a mood. He's very testy. Is it because Pence is in Arizona and is not, you know, back at the White House? No, no, It's not that he's probably like where he was playing back and tell him to get a flight coach. Right. Who was it? Was it was it? Ah, did he fire Told me that on the tarmac is like playing good luck to you. Well, you know if you're just joining us, Kamala Harris is the pick for a vice presidential candidate for Biden. You know, it's it's Let's just put it in in perspective. This is a very historic choice, because if elected Senator Harris Harris would be the nation's first female first black and first Asian American vice president for those you don't know she's she's part Indian, So she's she's. She's African, American and Indian. So I don't think people realize that like why do they keep saying that, but her? I think it was what it was one of her. I think her dad's from Jamaica or Mother's Indian, so she'd be the third was. She is the third woman to accept the nomination for vice president of a party member, Geraldine Ferraro was a Democrat in 84. She was on the ticket as Walter Mondale right, solid pick that that was a they had the same haircut, which was not a good look. Usually Palin and John McCain. Also not good. John McCain had to just think really. Well, he had to do something to spice it up, and she did spice it up. So she did know you were interested. She'd made it more interesting, But was it a good pick? In the end? It was probably better than Joe Lieberman. That would have been a boring ticket. Right? I would have been all right. So one or we got an injured ticket because Lieberman wass An independent and in pain he was in. It was boring is anything and it still is boring? By the way? No question about it. All right. So Biden picks Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. One of the big local story is a su football if you have not heard yet. Done deal. This is not happening. It is a no go. We're going to get into it. A CZ. We continue along with show issue. That's just a huge, huge story. But first, let's get you caught up on all the news locally with Becky Lee. Arizona's new station use station are on air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming live on the air New Zap your breaking news and Traffic. It is 306 I'm Jackie Lynn. Here's our top story. Arizona vote's happening right now in Mesa, one.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A female running mate is no longer a novelty nor the political risk it once Wass as NPR's Daniel Kurt slave in reports in 1952 decades before Sarah Palin or Geraldine Ferraro. Democrats placed India Edwards in contention as a running mate for Adlai Stevenson, but she didn't want the job. As she explained to NPR in 1984. I had no aspiration to be vice president, the United States. I think the Democratic Party was reading from the woman vice president. In 1984 Democrats would choose Ferraro as the first woman, Major party vice presidential nominee. Edwards opposed it. I think we have plenty of women who are qualified. But I just don't think this is a year to gamble. We want a get breaking out of the right house. That is the height of my ambition. 36 years later, Democrats are still fretting about women and electability. Not to mention ambition. Karen Finney was spokesperson for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. Remember when Geraldine Ferraro was nominated, and it was exciting? Our country's in a in a different place, even though some of those same sexist and racist tropes remain. Ah, lot has changed. For starters. It won't be a surprise when Biden picks a woman, and there's a deeper bench of women for him to pick from. Including more women of color. But according to Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University, there's also a less obvious contrast with Ferraro and Sarah Palin. I think in both of those cases putting a woman on felt a bit like a Hail Mary, which I don't get the sense that it has that same feel this time around. In 1984 for example, Walter Mondale was down by double digits against President Reagan in some national polls before he picked for Ouro Scott would Meyer served as her press secretary. Let's face it. Walter Mondale. Was there a fantastic candidate? Probably not the most lively candidate, so we were looking to, you know, bring excitement to the ticket. And when you look at Geraldine Ferraro, she brought that spark in her vice presidential debate against George H. W. Bush. Ferraro swiped at him for talking down to her. Let me just say, first fall, Did I almost resent Vice President Bush your patronizing attitude that you have to teach me about foreign policy. John McCain likewise was substantially behind Barack Obama for much of summer 2008 before picking Sarah Palin. Here. She was in her convention speech, thanking her parents. And among the many things I owe them is a simple lesson that I've learned. That this is America, and every woman can walk through every door of opportunity, and my parents are here tonight. Similarly, there was a sense then that Palin could liven up McCain's campaign. At this time is different. Wall says not only because Biden is leading in polls but because he defeated several well qualified women to get the nomination. The path that led the Democratic Party to this nomination was this concept of electability that really hurt women and candidates of color in the primary process, and I think this is in many ways and nod to saying Look this this is the future. In recent years, the Democratic Party has more greatly acknowledged the role that women and a special Really black women play in electing Democrats, Finney says that voters have absorbed this message. We see the idea of a new generation. And an acknowledgment that the country is changing. And for Democratic women still stinging from Hillary Clinton's loss in 2016 Finney added, It might be some consolation of this year, A woman.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A. political review dot com will join us to get a great article about to something that to you guys been talking about on the show for a while but just how crazy it is here in the city of San Francisco. just not so I'm not I'm not going to steal Steve's thunder here but here it is whistleblower Wednesday unbelievable story there so let's think about this yeah you have a lot of what did you say Katie twenty five different candidates running for president from Democrats on. most of whom nobody has ever heard of everybody knows Bernie Sanders yeah Elizabeth Warren has been making her name in there some people think she's going to be the the nominee there others. they're thinking someone else might be the nominee the B. B. these people are going to be. so uninspiring. that they might have to bring somebody and Joe Biden I think is I think is stars is falling out of the sky with all the stuff I I truly believe a lot of this Ukrainian stuff is not only trying to take out trump it's also to get rid of Joe Biden because they don't believe he's a good candidate while back the Democrats he's a white guy how can you DO an old white guy how could that be you know you can't have that guy running for president certainly not. so who do you think they're going to. maybe bring back. who could they resurrect perhaps. to run for president against Donald Trump. well let me just give you some to think about maybe the press is starting to show their hand on who they want to be president. Good Morning America recently had a guest on actually two guests. are they both share the same last name. one is named Hillary the other name Chelsea last name Clinton. and they were interviewing both of them. and they asked is because they've got this book coming out the book and the the gutsy book of women. that she co wrote with their daughter Chelsea Clinton and it talks about apparently some of the great women in history who have gone on let's see here some of them as they say someone fictional like Nancy Drew someone surely chiseling Geraldine Ferraro Betty Ford and they talk about that this does a courageous woman but they were on Good Morning America. and they asked. former democratic presidential nominee former US senator former secretary of state Hillary Clinton of the gutsy is thing she's ever done. I normally don't like to play her sound bites but you have to listen to this from Good Morning America what does his thing you've ever done. boy.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"More acceptable to run in some of these places. Then liberals, I don't know that you can do that. Now, it's gonna be tough for the Democrats, although Montana, maybe this time they can find another candidate. But but going and picking pro-life. Beating candidates. I don't I don't know that you wouldn't be able to do that. Why does Wall Street? Support Senator Schumer what they're I don't know. He has been pretty. G do use the word about you know, how much detached Wall Street and whether to go after the carried interest. The special deal there for financial hedge fund guys. And you know, I think that he's he understands it. That's not where all its money comes from. But it helps him if he definitely has contacts in the business world because of where he's from that other people. I think the other thing that's. Understand. And appreciate what a hard worker. He is. I mean, this guy is a herculean worker. He works his butt off. And so the the relationship relations with Wall Street. And of course, there are a lot of New York law firms to there's a lot of money in New York. I hear you. Okay. But it goes back to one thousand nine hundred eighty two I mean, he was elected in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred eighty two there was a democratic redistricting New Yorkers losing five seats his he was first he was the freshman his seat was on the chopping block. And so what did he do he worked as like you like selling a million girl scout cookies, I probably called everyone in New York. I'm not sure what inside track he had. Although, of course, you know, he was you know, he was in the assembly. You know, I'm sure he made contacts there, but he raised so much money that the Democrats were like, well, we can't cut a seat. We gotta keep them in the house and then fast forward in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. When he ran against Al D'Amato when when that primary when they pulled that primary as last night. You know at the beginning. Let's see at the at the end of nineteen Ninety-seven Geraldine Ferraro former vice president presidential candidate, Mark green. Who is the New York? Public advocate. They're all pulling. Well ahead of Schumer. He was in third place. I mean, he just did he was not he didn't have his name as they did. But you know, what he didn't he dramatically outraced him? He had something like and before the race even started. He had six million dollars in the Bank, and and green had something like five hundred thousand and for our was still wondering whether she wanted to run. So that's I think that's sums up, you know. Why why he won? And then as for the I mean, he's been cagey about where he is with Wall Street earlier he earlier in his career. He was much more upfront about being supportive loss. He supported Gramm Leach Bliley which. Got rid of the the separation the glass steagle the famous glass steagle separation between commercial banks investment banks, which ultimately led to the big collapse in two thousand eight early in my career at the hill. I wrote a piece about how Schumer was involved, and this is actually caused some real heat friction between Shumer and my paper. I wrote a piece about how on the banking committee. He along with some Republicans and Democrats and intervened with an SEC rulemaking and got a rule stopped that the former SEC chairman Arthur Levitt later said led to the collapse of Enron. If that rule have been in place, maybe that maybe that. The class when it happened. And so I remember when I wrote that story. Shimmer is very upset about it. And he called my editor in chief of the time. Marty token of a former times men and really complained about it. And so it's something he's been sensitive about the idea that you know, he is cozy with Wall Street because it doesn't vary. Very sensitive about that. ESPN from washed one of the areas. Would you write about you need to be extremely accurate because you're? What I was gonna say he told me one time the story about how he sold Kaushik class rings in college to pay for a World Series ticket had he wanted to go to that couldn't have been easy. The guy can sell you know, he really can. And I think that people who have contributed to him see this pragmatists. They're like, okay. This guy's gonna make deals. So let's let's let's have keep our connection with him. Let's look at some video. This is no eighth twenty sixteen. I will work every day to be deserving of your trust. I'll never forget what it means that you gave me the honor of working for you. And you know, tonight, there's another thing that could happen. There's a chance that I could become the majority leader.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Praise. The lord. That's funding. You all right. This is from the book, we hope that at least some of you who read this book will decide to run for office. Why is it that none of you have run for office? No, no, no, no. I can't do that run my mouth too much. I get in trouble. Yeah. I have never ever wanted to run for office. I liked being behind the scenes I did get a taste once but it didn't last. Would you save on my diplomatic church between Jesse Jackson and Geraldine Ferraro when I left Jackson eighty four and went over to Mondale Ferraro and organized Geraldine Ferraro. I a rally in Harlem, she grew up in queens. Right. Yeah. Yeah. And she had never been to Harlem. Well, I have been the Harlem, and that was the moment that campaign ended my eighty four Jackson I had that bug. But I went home and help Mary Landrieu become the first well marylander's campaign. I got it out of my system. Interesting. So I'm going to pick up on something that you said just now. So I think that most people, and that's including me, no, renew only the name, Donna Brazile. So Mignon Yolanda Leah I learned your names from reading the book, and I learned that the three of you were doing challenging groundbreaking work behind the scenes, and now you better believe, I know your name, right? So Donna on the other hand was out there on TV and dropping what I call these wonderful, Donna bombs, right? So for instance, here's a Donna, Bob. If you're not at the table, then you're not on the menu. Right. And then you another Donna bomb. I'm a tall round black tree, shaker or donnas. Description of how she became the first African American Toronto major campaigns in the book knock knock who's there? Al gore. What the hell do you want? I need you to manage my campaign. That's how she described it. So Donna, some of those Donna bombs landed you in hot water, and they're described in the book, the spy book, including your recent memoir, and that caused some serious upset among the girls, so Donna any lessons learned any regrets. I don't know how you all feel, but I have to tell you today was a tough day for me. Every day that you see something in the news about the Russia of the Russian investigation is a day that I'm not sleeping. Well, and I'm not feeling. Well, it was personal. It was raw. It was something. None of you can imagine unless you were there. And there are some of my colleagues here, they experienced the same thing to be attacked by foreign government, a hostile foreign adversary. What the potential probable probable help from other Americans to attack us. And when I say us, I'm not talking about down in Brazil. I'm talking about the Democratic Party the United States, America, Hillary Clinton all down. Okay. So how do I feel about my book? I'm glad I wrote it. I wish I would have no more because I would have indicted all of them when I wrote the book they belong in jail. They belong in jail. And they belong in jail for undermining democracy and trying to destroy the Democratic Party and our nominee Hillary Clinton. That's my two cents. So where they upset. Yes. Love said probably I moving forward. Yes. Have moved forward. I hope so thank you. God bless back up. Yeah. Backed up happier. So first of all we have always acknowledged down us right to write a book. And I have personally acknowledged the fact that I felt like she was under extreme pain during the two sixteen part of part of the heck's writing. But the challenge when she says, we we dissented or disagreed was not that she wrote the book, we thought the book was being written under a different auspices. Because when we first when she first told us about the book into book, so we're not telling you in chapter twenty four. Yeah. It's no secrets here. We thought the book was going to be about something different. But it was not. Unfortunately, it was about it became a little bit about. And I think Donna the lessons in I'm not putting words in her mouth. But we've had this conversation. I do think the lessons learned through. This is the book have some gyms about Russia, what they chose to pull out of the book was what they tried to make the controversy, which was about Hillary, which was about, you know, the party like Donna, spins all her life trying to destroy the party and all of a sudden, she's mad at the party. So that's the way the book became portrayed, but we were actually taken back by maybe more the press because it was when he came out. We hadn't read the book, we didn't we didn't know what was into book. And so, you know, all of our friends will call enough San di- writers. No, we didn't know she wrote it, but the point is we respected her and we'd never went out public because that's not what we do. We're not the housewives. We'll. Sit up here and have fun with each other. But let me just tell you we live and die for each other. Because we know how tough this business is. And we cannot we cannot afford to show that light would now behind the scenes did she get drop? Yup. Yup. Did we move our furniture? Yep. Six months. Yeah. But you know, what? And yes, we all have moved forward. But you know, it was a difficult time. But it was a personal time for all of us. We were hurting we, you know, we had just lost the election. We all thought we were going to win. So so now, we're going to go the audience QNA land. As always. Please keep the answers short and them with a question, Mark. And I ask you to follow the rule that I gave to lawyers in my courtroom when I was on the bench and was the will of the three Bs be clear be brief. Either doing his candidacy or presidency has Donald Trump ever reached out to any of you for your thought leadership or to consult with you? And I'm being very serious. Ever. Reached he.

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on The View

The View

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on The View

"Your deal dot com. We benders fort least half off father's that'll start your twenty nineteen out on a high note. So get there now. Welcome back. No, Hillary Clinton spoke in New York yesterday about how people are still asking. The question is America, ready for female leaders? She pointed out, how female candidates have to deal with the issue of being likeable in a way that men do not. Is she right? I can only say throughout my entire career, especially as an attorney. I was always one of the only women in the room one of the only women of color in the room. And I was typically called Ouragan nasty. No it all but they do. Always joke. Y'all always thought, you know, aggressive always thought smarter than everyone. And the men were called competent bright, you know, confidence and. And. Always always always like ability term. I know certain men are called unlikable disagreeable. But I just felt that it was always projected in my direction. Let's face it. It's a man's world. I don't know. I think we're talking about specifically Hillary Clinton. We don't know anything other than that in terms of a woman running for president. So it's hard because she wasn't that likable. Running present. We don't have nominees we know Geraldine Ferraro, but the question the question really is nonsense. Not can a female win for president. But can female beat Trump too. Hey, can I give you a little go ahead? Then that's not what this question is. This question is about does a woman have to be likable in order to win. I would say Kennedy has to be like a bull in America to win and on one level or another. There are exceptions like Nixon and people like that. But I will say I have publicly called Ted Cruz. Unlikable? I called Mitt Romney unlikable, go back. I called congressman tancredo unlikable in. That is a very unlike woman for a lot of different reasons. I think in politics you have to separate out. There is a factor where you know, when President Obama's playing basketball and fist bumping people. That's a it. Makes you feel like you're you're someone who can hang out with him. But in Bush's someone who can drove I like, it was lovable..

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"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on The View

The View

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"geraldine ferraro" Discussed on The View

"Your deal dot com. We benders fort least half off father's that'll start your twenty nineteen out on a high note. So get there now. Welcome back. No, Hillary Clinton spoke in New York yesterday about how people are still asking. The question is America, ready for female leaders? She pointed out, how female candidates have to deal with the issue of being likeable in a way that men do not. Is she right? I can only say throughout my entire career, especially as an attorney. I was always one of the only women in the room one of the only women of color in the room. And I was typically called Ouragan nasty. No it all but they do. Always joke. Y'all always thought, you know, aggressive always thought smarter than everyone. And the men were called competent bright, you know, confidence and. And. Always always always like ability term. I know certain men are called unlikable disagreeable. But I just felt that it was always projected in my direction. Let's face it. It's a man's world. I don't know. I think we're talking about specifically Hillary Clinton. We don't know anything other than that in terms of a woman running for president. So it's hard because she wasn't that likable. Running present. We don't have nominees we know Geraldine Ferraro, but the question the question really is nonsense. Not can a female win for president. But can female beat Trump too. Hey, can I give you a little go ahead? Then that's not what this question is. This question is about does a woman have to be likable in order to win. I would say Kennedy has to be like a bull in America to win and on one level or another. There are exceptions like Nixon and people like that. But I will say I have publicly called Ted Cruz. Unlikable? I called Mitt Romney unlikable, go back. I called congressman tancredo unlikable in. That is a very unlike woman for a lot of different reasons. I think in politics you have to separate out. There is a factor where you know, when President Obama's playing basketball and fist bumping people. That's a it. Makes you feel like you're you're someone who can hang out with him. But in Bush's someone who can drove I like, it was lovable..

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