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Monitor Show 11:00 07-31-2020 11:00

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01:42 min | 11 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 07-31-2020 11:00

"Over to. To the press secretary and I think she's prepared to answer all the questions. But. You guys look also was on. Thank you, guys. Be I'll take your questions in just a moment. The chief has to run to a meeting. But To tell stuff mark meadows repeatedly say that Democrats have not come up with any kind of suggestions for the last three days. He's called Democrats to get serious about negotiations, and of course, we know that the Democrats passed a bill. So he was referring back to that bill that nothing new had emerged since then but Democrats have really put their. Stake the ground on what they're looking for out of the next round of stimulus and don't seem to feel like they need to negotiate here in any way and of certain we didn't get anything new out of Mark Meadows there except thus Democrats are not playing ball right pole. Yeah. That's kind of what the takeaway was. The negotiation just isn't there from the Republican side that from their perception as it relates to Democrats. or I will. Complete unexpected although we might have been hoping for something a little bit more optimistic. Hopefully Greg Jarrett has something optimistic for us now in his Bloomberg Business Flash. Well, if you like the color red, we can be optimistic. Vanni. The market started out in the green, and then when the energy numbers started coming in things turned to the red. Why don't we take a look at the numbers the S. and P. Five hundred is down a quarter of a percent down seven. The Dow's down one half of one percent down one, hundred forty, and the Nasdaq is up four tenths of a percent up forty seven as the big tech companies continue to outperform. Let's look at.

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Hour 1 Trumps rose garden speech

Mark Simone

33:08 min | 11 months ago

Hour 1 Trumps rose garden speech

"In. New York Mark Simone on W.. Rally to get you today. Apparently president trump has to resign the big. Breaking News on ABC this morning we'll we'll. We'll get to all of that I. Hear Somebody talking in the background there. Somebody's got their MICA but get to. That will get to Mayor de Blasio the biggest Moron Mayor in history I think he now realizes he's made some huge blunders. Some ridiculous mistake so now he's trying to backtrack. We'll get to that. We'll get to GALENA Maxwell. That was quite a bail hearing yesterday the back and forth that went on there. We'll get to all of that so Listen this trump derangement syndrome. It's very serious disease it similar to Corona virus in that. Even the great medical experts don't completely understand it. I could understand if you just hate this guy Before he got into politics. was that way here in New York? A lot of people love them. They got a kick out of he was Funny Entertaining. The other people just were repulsed by the guy. I can understand that, but ever since he ran one. This trump derangement syndrome has turned otherwise. Normal smart people into complete lunatics again I I I understand the hatred. If you just hate this guy or you hate his policies or you? Don't like the way does this. That's fine, but they go insane and they make these crazy statements. I remember when he got elected a columnist who? I used to think it was a smart guy sends me. This ridiculous column headline was trump is not a donald trump is not a leader. And then the guy called me and I. You know he has run a company. This forty thousand employees these run this for thirty years. I think that qualifies you some kind of leader. He's not a leader in the so you've got this Mary trump today. This is this crazy relative I think. Donald Trump has met her for a total of maybe four minutes in his entire life. I don't think she was. She was not even able to come up with a picture of them together. Anyway, she as he just hates the she's from a little part of the family got cut off from the rest of the family. Remember. Obama had a brother who wrote bad stuff about Obama member Jackie Kennedy Jackie Onassis had some distant relative i. don't think even ever met her. There used to write those awful books about her. These get one of these so this. Mary! Trump who knows nothing about donald trump has spent a total of forty seconds. with them in their entire life the startling revelations in the book. The pig one with the SAT's. He paid somebody. To take his sat tests for him. It was Joe. Shapiro we went to Wharton with or whoever she pointed the guy well, the guy's dead I think that's what she that guy. The guy's widow came out. He'd never even met Donald Trump at that point, he didn't meet him till way after that, so the big revelations at total light. She tried to today saying well. It's not that it's other guy with the same name I mean this ridiculous book. So if you're if you're a TV network ABC NBC used to legitimate news coverage now any Wacko who can say anything, this is the trump derangement syndrome well put. We'll put her on the air. So this Mary trump who never even met Donald Trump? Who's got a no insight nothing. The big startling revelations have already proved false, but. It's ABC, so the George Stephanopoulos a little me. Weasel George Stephanopoulos puts her on. Good morning, America this morning. This is this. Typical. Of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so based on. What you see now or what you saw that based on what I've seen. My, entire adult life right now you see. This is what A. Little Weasel Stephanopolous. He's incapable of leading this country. Normal person would say well, he you know. He has been president for four years. In fact, he settled kinds of records in the economy and country seems fine. I know some people don't like them, but it incapable. He must be stopped now. He's already been the president for four years I could see saying this in two thousand sixteen but Stephanopoulos. As if this is something, that's very thoughtful. We must go over this and think about this instead of just telling you, she sounds. From for me to process. Just how many awful things are going on? Simultaneously on a daily basis. and. People need to know people need as much information as is available. In order to make a decision that makes sense for. Our Future. Well. This is a quite a good mission. This is very important because we have no information about Donald Trump. She's going to give us information about Donald Trump. That's great but now his it by the way. This is a good speaking technique. If you're an idiot, and you're half nuts, and you don't know what you're talking about, and you've got nothing to say speak. Slowly. It makes what you're saying. Sound more important now she's not saving, but listen. Listen this technique hard for me to process. Just how many awful things are going on? Now somebody like Paris. Hilton may not sound bright, but she might be saying something far smarter than that, but what you talk like this real fast just doesn't sound is important. So what is a Mary trump proposed here in the Oval Office today. What would you say to? Zayn Nuts that's it. It's official. He's got to go must resign. But, this Stephanopoulos is talking to this. Whack job and he's sitting there as if he's got some brilliant guest on that he's. thinking he seems tired, he seems. Like this is not what he signed up for. If even knows what he signed up for. And, I thought his response is actually. More enlightening than than my statement. And he said. They won't get me. Now if this was. Anybody else on earth, and they sent you this as a demo tape I Anybody else saner would love to give you six segments on good. Morning America. I mean this is the world's worst guest, but it's anti-trump, so they love it now. This looking tired look I don't know you watch this guy. He's in Florida. He's here. He's going to Walter. Reed is back in the White House seven seven meetings. He didn't look that tired to me and that was quite a speech yesterday. He had nasty. Be Holding a briefing at five o'clock yesterday, so I thought it was GONNA be. He talks for ten minutes. They take questions twenty minutes, and that's it well. He started to make a speech and it went for over an hour and a half. In fact, it was a little too long. That speech just went on and I. Mean it's interesting stuff, but a long, so he did look tired to me normally when you're tired. Let's be honest. WHO's to King of looking tired Joe Biden speech yesterday? They built this up as soon. Be the biggest speech of his life. It was about four minutes. That's a guy that looks tired. Four minutes and I've got to go, and then he leaves. This president's speech was literally an hour and forty five minutes. It just went on and on and on from Joe Biden speech was pretty interesting. A lot of it was about his green climate change. Green Energy Green this green, that and fossil fuel and carbon and this. It's all going to be climate change. Paris agreement. That and then I'm watching the guy and he leaves, and gets into a caravan of SUV's these big huge gas guzzling. SUV's billowing smoke all over Delaware as they pull away. And nobody. This is the media in action. Nobody not one of these fake news. We've ever asked anybody camping. You got all these SUV's, and he's talking about climate change. Nobody brought it up. Now the problem with the president's speech. It was in the Rose Garden very formal. Rose Garden the White House was very political is pretty much a campaign speech. You really not supposed to do that. You're supposed to You know you can make. Announcements about programs and things are take questions. Discuss policy, but this was If you do a campaign speech supposed to leave the White House and go out and do it somewhere now I guess the excuse he could use is in the lockdown in all of this. He can't do so many events. He's got to do it from the White House, but it was a real campaign speech really went after Biden Hidden. Do any of the things, but now he says he's going to be president as president. He's going to do all the things that he didn't do. Never did never did anything except make very bad decisions especially on foreign policy. Yeah now that's a big problem for Biden when you get into Tober. If you check his track record, he has been dead wrong on every major foreign policy issue in his entire career I mean that's easy to document layout looking back now. anybody Republican Democrat would say these are the totally wrong positions each foreign policy issue, so he's the worst foreign policy as far as the economy programs are domestic, stuff or police problem whatever that is he was there for eight years in the White House with Obama and never did a thing, so he's going to have to answer for that if you got all these programs. If you got all these solutions all these great ideas, why didn't you do during those eight years? And that's going to keep coming up. Vice President, he said one in five miles of our highways are still in poor condition where we're doing a good job and highways, but. Why didn't he fix them? Well. So. He'll have to answer for that, but again the problem was. Of A campaign speech. You're not supposed to do that from the Rose Garden, but that's okay Biden. You've got to admit look pretty good in his speech I. Mean as far as not what he was saying, but he looked wide awake. He looked like he understood what he was reading on the teleprompter. They do load them up with a bunch of stuff. These doctors give him. Him, a bunch of shots of this and that, and that perks him up clears his head. It's good for about an hour. That's why that's why these speeches are six minutes. It's it's like Jerry. Lewis in the nutty professor remember the drug is starting to wear off and he's got to get off stage, so it's a kind of like that but it was it was. The purpose of the speech, he and he said all the buzzwords that Democrats like to hear all you yell climate change. You have to do anything about it. Just yell at. They never noticed this. When Democrats are voting for somebody, their candidate says all the right words gun control climate Joe. UC l. all this stuff and then get elected, and they never mentioning it's like Schumer that he shows up again a few years later when it's reelection and yells all the buzzwords again and gets reelected goes back to sleep, so Biden look pretty good of that the president. came up with a couple I know he's going to do this and he's going to hear more about this. There are these weird federal programs. you look around? The big cities destroyed by democratic mayors from Seattle to San Francisco to Detroit Chicago I. Mean they've just become violent awful. Crime zones so many by major cities destroyed by Democrats well. Most people aren't aware. This federal government developed the program to destroy all of the suburbs. The the federal government could come into each suburb. They've tried it in Westchester and Westchester has been in court, trying to block this for years, but they can come into scarsdale or white plains, or or wherever they want and order low income housing here or this goes here. They could actually start to put this stuff in every suburb, which lower property values has all kinds of the president brought that up yesterday started. Explain that most people not fully aware of that. And he said I will start dismantling all of that, so that's going to be a big issue. Coming up in this election shut that down. Lot of suburbs. All over the tri-state area are worried about this program coming to them next. He also The big issue is crime they gotTA. Democrats had better start getting this under control, or it's going to wipe them out in the election, the president talking about the word of their incredible and legendary crime squad. And bad things are happening in New York. Bad things are happening. Yet now here's the problem for Democrats. The tournament the puppet masters and pull the strings those shadowy figures that run the DNC democratic world. They've started to realize they've made a huge mistake. A big miscalculation crime is out of control all over the place in New York City and it's everywhere. There's shootings are way up, sue. Cuomo about spikes. There's never been a spike like this. The spike in shootings robber everything. It's just out of control. Everybody all over new. I don't care where you live or are. You don't like this. You're scared. You're. You're angry. It's all directed at the BLASIO and these nutty democratic, far left progressive, so the blasios started realize it. He's started hinting at it on Friday talking more about this week that you gotta start putting some of this stuff back gotta start fixing this. To do violence. Do, not represent us. The people mean harmon fellow human being day do not. Speak for us after us, we will take back our straight to the city. Yeah paint some signs that might do it. So. Here's the problem How do you put it back well? You'd have to undo every stupid thing you did. You'd have to refund the police. Not The police put the funding back. Put back the Anti Crime Unit You know you don't have to be a police expert to. If somebody says the Anti Crime Unit to think well, that sounds good. I think we could use that Remember when Mrs the Blasios came up with that program Yoga for the homeless I could see what you might say. I don't doesn't sound like somebody who really need, but when you hear anti. Crime Unit you think yeah, yeah that we could use. That might be good. So and there are a lot of leaders around New York, Eric Adams and others who are now calling for the Anti Crime Unit to be put back. their main success rate was getting guns off the streets stopping the shootings before they happen. Gangs are now running certain neighborhoods so I. The BLASIO the dumbest mayor in the history of cities. The worst bundling klutz idiot ever I. Don't know that he can fix it. You know you can't just call it. The Anti Crime Unit and say you're back and I don't know that. Really Kill. Themselves knocked themselves out for him right now, but you know he's good at breaking things. That doesn't mean. He's good at fixing things, so we'll see what happens anyway. We got lots to get to today. check the web pages a lot of good stuff up there today. one of the things you want to look at. This is fascinating you governor Cuomo is out of control in those briefings. He turned them into political, highly charged politicized nonsense, and he keeps screaming, yelling angry politicized briefings. Watch this even CNN terrorism apart. Jake tapper one of the main anchors of CNN. Even those brother works there. CNN just eviscerated Andrew Cuomo yesterday over these ridiculous briefings, and the crappy trying to get away with in those briefings watch CNN. Tear apart, Cuomo! That's on the web page. Also, there's a totally false narrative about the president's corona virus response to try to make it look like he did something wrong one wrong thing he did. He was following vouchers advice in the beginning voucher yelling. Don't lockdown no masks. None of it that that's what she kept telling him in. January February into March but watch this. This is the best. Explanation of trump's handling of corona virus a also watch. Here's Seinfeld the corona virus episode. It's all up in the web page. Go to seven ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Seven Ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. Now you can catch up with what you missed from mark. Simone on demand catches podcasts at seven ten W.. O., R., DOT COM slash mark. Mark Simone on the Voice of New York seven ten W are. Well, we'll take some calls eight hundred three to one zero seven tennis. The number Goulaine Maxwell is this a big story. I thought this would be the case. This would be like the OJ trials everybody following every bit of this Glenn Maximum I get the feeling. Most people don't care. It's like one article in the. Post and gets a mention on TV and that's about it. Nobody nobody really focusing. There's nobody that interested. She did not get bail. Yesterday was quite a bail hearing if you've followed it. I think she would get bail. I mean this is the biggest flight risk magical. And she had a great lawyer who put up a really great fight? This guy was arguing left and right. He I mean should have been a five minute hearing. He stretched it out for an hour and a half. Arguments were so good, but the judge pick them all apart, and the problem is. They don't know her real wealth. You keep hearing. She's got twenty million. She's got twenty five million. They didn't. They don't know the extent of her wealth so. The judge said She offered five. million bail, but the judge that we don't know where your entire wealth. We don't know how much that is to you. also. She wanted house arrest. Get Out of jail and be under house arrest, but then it was pointed out. She doesn't have a house. She proposed to do this in a luxury hotel. Although think somebody would have to point out to. They're all closed in New York right now. as far as this bond, get bail. It would be co-signed and then somewhere in there. She revealed she's married and has a spouse, but wouldn't disclose who the spouses, so the whole thing look too bizarre. No bail. The trial date is a year from now, so that could mean sitting in jail for a year for her, so we'll get back to this. Let's take some calls. Let's go to Marie and Long Island Marie how you doing! How long how are you good? I was watching Taka Clawson last night, and they had a reporter from or the Orlando News stations that was covering about the hospitals the Orlando Health was reporting ninety eight percent positive, and it actually was point nine a veteran hospital. In Orlando, they would reporting seventy six positive, but it was only six percent positive, and nobody was sending any negative now. results out. I always hear from doctors that the numbers are juggled the little and you know some people get multiple tests. so those like. If somebody tests positive keep testing to see if it's gone and over the course of that they may be tested eight times eight times a positive. Those a candidate is eight cases, so the numbers are inflated in a lot of places. Let's go to Tom in Pennsylvania Tom. How're you doing? Hey Mark, you doing good. Good. Hey, so mark two things one is is there's no way to Blasio is going to say. He did anything wrong in the way he would fix. It was like you said is bringing in. You Know Ray. Kelly Rudy Giuliani on consulting those consultation basis, and that that is just not going to happen, but mark I wanted to tell you I used to workout. is the Slope Perks Slope Jim, and we would always laugh me and my kids, because the plaza you be out like a real wimpy guy, and he would be lifting all the time and we just. Just laughed because he will. We ended up nicknamed him naming him string bean. The guy doesn't. He works out at all joke. He looks says he looks like one of those people you see. They're in the gym everyday, but they're not really getting much there on the treadmill, but they're looking at their phone at the same time. just like you know a little treadmill watch TV. Look at the phone and go home anyway. Thanks for calling Tom W Mayer and a lot of these Democratic officials now realize they've made a huge miscalculation shutting down parts of the police department. Restricting the Police Department you got crime way out of control. They're even saying they're saying it privately and I've seen some of them have started to say publicly There's Eric Adams and a few others who starting speak up. Saying this was a huge mistake defunding the police. This was a huge mistake getting rid of the anticrime division huge mistake pulling back to you. There now realizing. Their problems there if there are problems with the should've figured out a way to monitor better monitor. The police do better surveillance on the police. Do that kind of stuff, not just get rid of the police. Have you got a problem? The Fire Department? You wouldn't just cancel it. You'd figure out how to fix that little problem. Let's go to Alan and New Jersey Alan. How're you doing? Yeah you, don't you? Don't mark you. Don't release arsonists from prison, and but anyway the to cook things on. The body. Oh, he says the violent criminals don't on. Aren't aren't us yet. He wants violent criminals to be able to vote from prisons. At least the ones that are left in prison and Mayor Mary trump great point today. She said that people should know all the facts, so that's why the dorm report should come out so the voters facts steel. That's true wouldn't count on it before, but you know Greg Jarrett will be with us. He'll know exactly what's going on with that. Durham report we'll, we'll talk to him in a minute. Thanks for Calling Yeah Mary. This Mary trump has no connection to Donald Trump I think she's met him. For thirty seconds in their life doesn't know anything about him. made up all these fake revelations. Story got totally debunked. It turns out there. Dates are wrong. Everything's wrong. There's this Stephanopoulos said treating her like she's the most brilliant thinker in America. We must hang on her every word that I if this drives you nuts now. It's only July this fake news. Stuff will get far worse by by October, you know. We say an October surprise. We've already had twenty of them this year they're just going to get crazier and crazier and crazier anyway when we come back, best legal analyst of all Greg Jarrett will be with us next. We'll talk to him about d'alene about hate that couple in Saint Louis. Had The gun to defend. Their home looks like they're going to get indicted. We'll get all of that. Coming up on seven ten W. O., R., let's get the latest news. Here's Noam Laden. Seven ten w o R. It's the Mark Simone Show. Well Greg, Jarrett of course, best legal analyst around and bestselling author should have his books, the Russia hoax and which. you should check out his website. Great News breaking news all the time. The Greg Jarrett dot com, the Greg Jarrett Dot Com Greg Jarrett. How you doing hey, mark great to be with you. Hey. We're just some of the Durham report. Now this supposed to be the final report. That'll take down everybody. Get that cabal of dirty cops around coming. When is this coming out? Well first of all I'm sure it's a report. because that is technically against the Department of Justice policy, the attorney general and have to make an exception. I think more likely. That Durham who scrupulously follows rules in the law will issue indictments, and the report will essentially be. The story told within the pages of the indictments and I think they're indictments. Yeah, I can't tell you who but I would give you a list of people who I think should be very worried. That would include James Comey Andrew McCabe Peter. Struck perhaps Lisa page even Dana Blend. these are all people who. Worked at the FBI some people at the Department of Justice, and certainly the FBI agent who's been identified in the media's Kevin. Kline Smith who literally dot Dr Records that were then used to gain the Pfizer Warrant to spy on Carter page or the trump campaign. So you know we'll, we'll wait and see the attorney. General is said he would expect it. to be concluded some time towards the end of the summer. you know here, we are in mid-july, so you know we may have to wait a bit more. But we've gotten our hopes up so many times going on for two years now this. Weight you're right there and there have been some criminal referrals against for example James Comey Against Andrew McCabe the Department of Justice. considered them It's unclear if they presented the information to a grand jury, but in the end they chose. Not to indict a coma. McCabe for those particular criminal referrals, but that doesn't mean they're out of the woods. you know and the most egregious part of this is we now know that the F. B. I.? James Comey and his whole gang new justice. The president was being inaugurated in early, two, thousand and seventeen that they had no evidence that the dossier. Dossier, that was nothing more than Russian information with Sony and fabricated and exaggerated, and instead of shutting down their investigation of Donald Trump and his campaign, and people in his administration, they accelerated. They escalated it Yeah, I mean to me. That's not just unethical, but it smacks of conspiracy to abuse power and deprived people of their constitutional rights. As I'm sure Roger. Stone would tell you twenty, five, million, or whatever that investigation cost to end up with some stupid process crime on Roger Stone, right. Hey, this Saint Louis couple The mob had broken through the gates, and we're on their property trespassing. The guy came out with a rifle and held it up. He's on his own property. I assume that's legal, but there's talk that they're going to indict this guy. What's going on with that? Well I mean. You've got a an incompetent and politically motivated prosecutor by the name of Kimberly Gardner. Who by the way is herself being investigated by Special Prosecutor for corruption, concealing exculpatory evidence suborning perjury. You know she has decided to capitulate to the mob, but here's the law. the mccloskey's Mark and Patricia mccloskey were acting lawfully as long as they were in fear, and reasonably believed that their force of weapons that they displayed was necessary to defend themselves and their home from imminent threat of harm that is the law period and in fact Missouri has expanded interpretation of the long held castle doctrine doctrine that you're allowed to defend your cells and your property. Property in the end the prosecutor if charges are brought against the mccloskey's stance, absolutely no chance of prevailing I wrote a column about this on my website degrade jared dot com today, She did this for purely political reasons driven by self, interest and self promotion, and frankly as I conclude she has no business being a government prosecutor because she harbors such contempt for the law. Should follow this website de Greg Jarrett Great Stories Everyday Great Column Stories, the Greg Jarrett Dot COM Hey Glenn Maxwell. I thought this would be like the story of the century. The crime of everybody be I. I don't sense that much interest in it. You notice that. Yeah. That may change depending upon what happens I believe the judge was absolutely correct in denying bail. This woman who's exhibited you know a propensity for trying to escape and hide detection and had done so successfully from more than a year when you go to the extent of wrapping tin foil around your cell phone so that you can't be tracked by the FBI that's a pretty good indication that you can't be trusted on bail especially when you have three passports in a load of money so you know it's the correct decision by the judge because. As cues used doing with so horrendous. It's horrific. Child Sex trafficking, You know I. I think she's in a load of legal trouble criminally. Charges from the nineties and WHA-, doesn't it make an awfully tough to prosecute? No not necessarily because the statute of limitations is told on many of those show fight it She'll fight that and you know a non prosecution agreement that allegedly extends to her. That was in negotiating with. Jeffrey Epstein, but you know I feel pretty confident in the prosecutor's ability to gain a successful conviction of Galen. Maxwell, but you never know. Yeah Hey Greg Jarrett Greg yesterday, but the Michael Flynn case the the Justice Department dropped it. That's it, but you got crazy. left-wing judge. Who's going to prosecute this himself? What do you think happens in the end there? the case against Flynn will inexorably be dismissed you know Sullivan has gone rogue and I think he's allowed his political views to unduly influence his decision making in the face of clear law You know he's violating the separation of powers. He's taken off his robe and step down from the bench and decided he wants to be the prosecutor. In the case, you can't do that. The decision to dismiss the case is exclusively within the province of the executive branch. The prosecutors it is, the judge may not like it. You may think it's wrong and unfair. Unfair, that happens fairly frequently, but the judge is powerless under the law to pursue the prosecution wants the Justice Department has decided for very good reasons to drop the case upon review. They realized that this was a wrongful prosecution. That exculpatory evidence of innocence was hidden by the original prosecutors. On Bob Muller is a special counsel team of artisans, and so you know they. They finally did the right thing. And now there's judge you know has decided that he knows better than everybody else. He'll eventually get slapped down and the case will be dismissed. It's good to hear a great stuff. E should get Greg Jarrett's books, the Russia hoax which on and go to his website. You should be following this sign up for the alerts and breaking news. Great columns, great stuff there, the Greg Jarrett, dot, com the Greg Jarrett Dot com and always great talking to you. Let's do it again soon. Okay mark, thanks appreciate it. Take Care, and every check out the web page. We've got a lot of good stuff up there Even CNN. Even CNN went after Andrew Cuomo. His briefings have become this highly charged partisan political, just totally politicized these briefings, and it's gotten out of control a watch CNN. Even Jake Tapper go after Andrew Cuomo and just tell he's gotTa. Stop that CNN eviscerating Andrew Cuomo. What's up on the page? Hey, also Part of this thing is creating this fake narrative that the president did something wrong in the corona virus response. Here is the perfect debunking of that false narrative. This is Dan, crenshaw. This is brilliant. Watch him just take apart that false narrative also watch Seinfeld the corona virus episode. It's often the webpage. Go to seven ten W. O.. R. Dot Com Slash Mark, seven ten W. O. R. DOT COM slash mark.

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Interview with Gregg Jarrett (Ep 1129)

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Interview with Gregg Jarrett (Ep 1129)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino on Gino. Dan Bongino show our interview show. I'm really really stoked about today's interview. A good friend here. He's a good friend. Greg Jarrett Eric from Fox News. Many of you have seen on Hannity. You probably read his first book which was a huge hit. The Russia folks. We're GONNA be talking about his second book the Follow Up to that witch-hunt folks are record. The intro is when they're over because I wanted I've already done the interview. I want to tell you it's in this. It's going to blow you away. There's so many so much much great information. Here's so many nuggets. The all of the things that went on behind the scenes would Rosenstein and Muller and president. Trump's lawyer Greg Jarrett has unique insight. Stay and we're going to get right to with today's show is brought to you. By the trump make America. Great Again Committee. 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Trump twenty four to eight eight zero two due to this was paid for by the trump make America great again committee a joint fundraising committee authorized by and composed of Donald J trump for President Inc and the Republican National National Committee that is dedicated to making America. Great Again Ladies and gentlemen without further ado one of my favorite interviews us for Fox News contributor the author of which. I'm Greg Jarrett all right. I'm really excited to have this guest a guy who's probably forgotten more about spy gate the Russia hoax the witch hunt that most of us even know a Gregg Jarrett Gregg. Welcome to the Dan. Bongino show I really appreciate you being here today Dan. It's my pleasure to be with you. Thanks for having me. Well Greg Your first book. The Russia hoax was a monster hit one of the biggest books of the year. It's a manifesto on dismantling everything that happened in the spy gate case I loved it. You have now written a follow up which I have right here here. Check it out folks witch hunt by Greg. Jarrett another adjust. Knock him out of the park book. This just lays it out. It is the Bible of the Muller Disaster Astor. I want to get to the book Greg. I just had a couple of questions for you before we started because my listeners. They really love your coverage on this. You have been one of the key guys in dismantling canceling what I believe. And I'm sure you agree. The biggest political scandal in modern hives. So we're here you when I've covered this. We know what happened. We have this. I report coming out on Monday. And I'm sure you saw some of the New York Times piece where it seems like they're trying to take the edge off this greg but what are the things in the time story I found found interesting is. They're trying to claim again again. What your first book? The Russia hopes completely dismantles that this thing was adequate adequately predicated. Now I know you hit on witch hunt this well this. FBI case there is nothing. Greg there was nothing there. This was predicated on nonsense. Am I wrong. You're absolutely right and in fact as I pointed my book Jeans Comey in private testimony. Admitted that they had no credible bull evidence when they launched the formal investigation July thirty first of two thousand sixteen against Donald Trump and that was corroborated by Andrew McCabe as well as Lisa page in their private testimony. You know under the FBI DOJ regulations. You have to have two things. A reasonable reasonable basis to believe that a crime was committed and second specific articulate facts in support of that crime. They had neither. What did they have? They had a a dossier that was unverified. So that's not enough. They had popadopoulos. who heard a rumor that Russia had Clinton Clinton emails? Well it's not crime to hear a rumor so neither of the products for a formal investigation. Were met so it'll be interesting between you. See what Horowitz has to say about that but there's also reporting by the Washington Post that the Attorney General Bill Bar doesn't I believe there was a sufficient product to launch the investigation. Now Greg I know again I'll show it again new book which Terrific Book folks can't recommend it highly enough by Greg Greg. Jarrett see the cover right there. I know a portion of your book. You go into a theory. I've had as well which I don't believe the theory any more. I believe the evidence is overwhelming. You go go into your book. How knows almost immediately that this case is garbage you actually give specific dates and you go over it and pretty deep detail? How Muller how to know Oh? This case was garbage and at one point. You say that John Dowd. The president's attorney at the time no longer but the president's attorney at the time the legal team was starting to question. You Know Muller did he have a grasp of what was going on that. This may have been driven completely by Weisman explained. How that when your book how you go into that well? Within months of the appointment muller knew there was no Russian collusion conspiracy. There was a pivotal meeting March. Fifth two thousand eighteen. That's a year but for the Miller report comes out. The meeting was with trump's lawyers and in the meeting Muller admits there's no collusion evidence silence but he refuses to drop the case he wants to question trump under oath about obstruction which had no application under the law. AW SO MULLER THREATENS TO GO to court in this shouting match ensues in which trump's lawyer John Dowd gets up out of his chair pounds his his fist on a table gets in the face of Bob Muller and yells. You've got nothing go ahead. I can't wait for you to try. You've got no leg to stand standoff. It was quite a scene And I- recounted all in my book but at that moment trump lawyers began to realize is that there was something wrong with Bob Muller. They were disturbed by his mental state. long before he testified in July of this year during during meetings he seemed lost and confused. Disoriented didn't understand basic questions they said or or fundamental law he was nothing in their judgment but a figurehead and it was the highly partisan pro. Hillary Clinton Andrew Weisman who was really running the show behind the scenes and refusing to give up on what had clearly become a hoax in a witch hunt. Eventually you know like the wizard of Oz. Muller was exposed during the hearing in front of Jerry Nadler and his judiciary committee. He he was not what his vaunted reputation promised promised. Well the details in your book which onto riveting about that meeting there were details. I hadn't heard before candidly I'd love to get your take on this. I agree with you. This was obviously a run by Weisman and Greg as you and I both know Weisman had every interest in the world. Because he's already a tainted figure upon appointment Weisman has every reason in the world to make this thing. Go Away for the Justice Department to keep extended heat on Donald Trump because Weisman knows in twenty sixteen in the political providence of the dossier. He's briefed in on it. So I agree with you wholeheartedly. That weisman knows along with Mahler. This is all all a big hoax. A witch on your book is aptly titled and they're keeping this going to keep the attention on Donald trump with the hope. They'll find something my aunt. There's something there already think I'm off basic. They'll dig something up eventually. An obstruction was there. They're kind of like they're they're backstop their strike after strike one. Yeah you're absolutely right In the summer of two thousand sixteen before the election Right after Peter Struck signed the papers to investigate trump on July thirty first two thousand sixteen Bruce or whose wife was working on the Dossiers Department of Justice number four official. He meets Not Chest with Peter Struck and FBI officials. He also meets with a group of lawyers. At the Department of Justice including Andrew Andrew Weissmann and he gives them the contents of the dossier and warns Weisman. That did this thing is incredibly dubious. You can't rely on it you gotTA check it out the FBI. I'll have to try to verify this thing. So weisman was in on it really on before the election. He should have recused himself from the Muller probe and had nothing to do with it. He should also disqualified himself off because he was an ardent anti-trump or in pro. Hillary Clinton advocate. You know he was there. The night of what was supposed to be Clinton's lunging victory party that turned into more of a of a funeral. Mass you know so. So weisman was the absolute wrong. Got To pick for Muller's investigation but it was worse than that because Muller gave Weisman Carte Blanche to pick the staff asu naturally he stacked the deck. Let me ask you this great because your book goes into an angle. My two books I've not I didn't stay away from but I I had sources on different sources. Were really locked in on kind of the behind the scenes mechanics and one of the things you nail in the book. Is this Rosenstein Stein motivation. Now I WANNA throw a couple of things out there just kind of moving moving from Weizmann of this because they're related. There's some theories out there by some that Rosenstein was a good guy title White Knight. And this I don't believe any of that. I agree with you and in the book you mentioned that the appointment of Muller is an active almost vengeance by Rosenstein Stein here and I only bring that up get your take on that how you write it up in the book in a moment but I only bring it up because the appointment of Weisman makes no sense your your great legal mind. I'm with you on panels a lot. What kind of a of a sound lawyer like Bob Muller Former Prosecutor and head of the FBI a points a guy like Weisman with known conflicts? Do you think Rosenstein who clearly appoint smaller in an active vengeance to get back at trump for this but you think excuse me Rosenstein Stein had a role in the appointment of Weisman to knowing weisman would do what he did to kind of target trump later. Oh absolutely. They're all thickest thieves you know they'd all work together Komi and Muller you know we're BFF Rosenstein had worked with them. Weisman had worked with them. You know it was actually leave very close. Knit Ball FBI IN D. O.. J. So you know Rosenstein Points Muller who first thing he does is hall in Weisman and of course James Comey was involved in the machinations of Muller by you know leak stealing government documents or presidential memos leaking them To the media to trigger the appointment but the the most insidious part of it is that Rosenstein appointed Muller in an act of pure vengeance against trump. Not because the evidence into the law merited a special counsel because it didn't go me admitted they had no evidence at that point but Wildenstein had authored. The memory volunteered to write the memo recommending. The firing of Komi he had to the walls were closing in on Comey. So Rosenstein Steinfeldt well. I'll be a hero because everything he does. Is You know. Out of self interest in self-preservation he expected he would be lauded For writing the memo instead the opposite happened he was harshly criticized by Democrats for engineering the firing of Comey so Rosenstein just gets pointing mad. And I recount the meetings between him and and McCabe in which wasn't Stein's fuming over or at any blames trump for his woes so he retaliates against trump by naming a special counsel to investigate the president and on the day of the announcement went confronted over his abusive power ignoring regulations. Rosenstein literally cowers hours behind his desk and bloggers. Am I gonNA get fired. In the meantime Komi would stole in the government documents leaked into the media media. Gloated about at all. And we're talking to Greg. Jarrett here author the great new book again. which on terrific highly recommended folks? Please go pick it up so greg you know Rosenstein obviously is not a portrait and courage in this and again. I've always been baffled by and I respect. I know a lot of different people have different opinions on this case. I'm not trying to insult anybody but I follow the case pretty cozy and yeah for some reason. Some people believe he was behind the scenes trying to help trump. I see no evidence of that based on what you just said and a follow up on that what do you think was the genesis of these expanded scope. Memos I mean we know is initial scope memo. We've seen the declassified portions the mother Sculpture Muller's investigation. Obviously but we have the August second expansion. Do you think this and for the audience. If you don't know what I'm talking about the Rosenstein Basically Charges Muller with investigate this this and this this in what's called the scope memo and he goes back to the table a couple times and expands his portfolio of things. We should be looking at. What do you think's behind that? Is it as simple. Muller wasn't finding anything and he kept giving them more power in the Vale the hope that they dig up something trump eventually yes. I think that's true. I think think he kept Expanding it With an additional scope memo that was hidden from the public For for the reason you stay but also because he realized that the original memo authorizing the appointment of Bob Muller was legally insufficient under the Department of Justice Regulations. You have to state a crime. No crime has stated if you look at the Original memo so we tried to Cya. Hey Belatedly By writing and additional memo that you know goes out of its way to identify a potential crime and and you know it was upon that basis that he went after a Paul manafort not for collusion You know but for for tax evasion and other financial improprieties Friday's utterly unrelated to Donald Trump or his campaign. The interestingly enough manafort a similar case had been closed by the FBI earlier. And listen. As I said my books books do I'm not I don't know Manafort. I've never met him. I have no relationship with a man whatsoever. I'm not a fan or a non fan. I'm agnostic on him. I'm just saying I have little doubt. manafort would be a free man that if he hadn't worked for Donald Trump. I mean it just seems bizarre. All the attention paid to this guy for things like was it. Nine fifty one violations and potential angel fairest stuff. It just seems incredible. I want to get to a couple things. Your book just eviscerates the media and I want to get to that in a minute. It really does a great job laying out how the media were really malfeasance than it wasn't misfeasance. It was active mouse. But before he gets that I wanted to go back to where we were in the beginning. I forgot a question we talked. We were on a great track. Thank you so you brought up something. I think a key point right now. You and I've been astute observers this case that bar bill bar. The Attorney General Right now disagrees with the leaks and again these are leaks. We don't know we haven't seen it yet by the time this interview wears we'll have a little bit more information. Maybe we'll have to interview to about the book but the billboard part disagrees that apparently the case was wasn't predicate in other words the FBI opened investigation would fault the information. I have a theory I was. I've been dying to get your take on that. The reason bar may know that that the FBI case was based on faulty. Intel but Horowitz. The inspector general may not is because Horowitz. He's not a US attorney. He's an investigator. He doesn't have subpoena power and he's the inspector general for the DOJ not the Intel community. I ever theory. Greg did Brendan in and and the Intel folks were the ones who kind of pushed through Harry Reid and their sources the FBI to open this case and that Barr sees that big league menagerie that bigger picture about how the FBI and not that they were fooled. I think you and I both know the. FBI played along after a while. But they were kind of duped into opening this case up in the beginning by faulty Intel. The what do you think of that. One hundred percent agree with that I write about it in my book. I recall John. Brennan the CIA director under Obama the instigator of the Russia hoax while James Clapper the director of national intelligence to his buddy was the prodigious leaker And you're right it we you know. The whole thing was sort of a setup Brennan goes to then majority leader In in the Senate Harry Reid and and you know they concoct a scheme So you you know read You know we've got this dossier but the media doesn't know it. So what I want you to do is to write a letter. Tacoma Komi demanding an investigation. Even though Comey's already opened the investigation with the media doesn't know that and then leaked the letter to the media and the one with their hair. You're on fire Talking about this investigation of trump Skiing only worked in a minor way. A couple of news organizations picked picked up on it so he did it again. Like a month later Right before the election and again nobody in the media you know really went crazy easy with a couple of news organizations. That's when the collusion term was I used And the media didn't grab onto would largely because they assume trump wasn't gonNA win it. Hillary Clinton was going to win. So what you know. What's the big deal? Why Report on this? It was only after trump trump won unexpectedly to the shock And chagrin of the media that they then began to embrace this full throated fallacy of trump Russia collusion. And then of course call me clapper and Brennan Scheme to leaked dossier to you buzzfeed and CNN of course clapper now you know works for CNN You know there were so many schemes. It's really hard to keep track of it. Which is why am I book at the end? I put in a time line as well as a cast of characters so people can flip back and take a look into that happened then. That's what this guy did and so forth. That's a great idea. Reads kind of like a police file. That's a terrific idea. Let me ask you this Brennan and I. I don't think Brennan Coma Friends with this. Now we know clapper in coma your buddies they go back. They love each other these two that we can we agree. Hey there like a big Mac and fries but but Brennan and and call me big Mac and the whopper these to our competitors and the reason I say say that his Bredon has been insisting in public media appearances for the past two and a half plus years now greg that he did not see the dossier until December of two thousand sixteen gene. Now you and I both know that's categorically false. You just laid out how Brennan briefs Harry Reid Harry Reid August of two thousand sixteen obviously before December where Brennan says he sees the dossier. He breached him in August. And Harry. Reid writes this letter to the FBI with information in the letter. That was only in the dossier so I guess my question here is. Are these two about to throw each other under the bus. I mean Komi could turn around and say hey listen you guys duped us into opening this dopey investigation we. I'm not suggesting this. I'm just saying this may be as defense we did it. Brennan told us this information he had was terrific. It was verified it. It wasn't we went out. We tried to verify it and my bad so sad we turned out. The information was false whereas Brennan can turn around and say hey. Listen I'm not an investigator investigate or I'm an Intel guy. No law enforcement powers. I did what I was supposed to do. I got this information and pass it off to call me. It's not my fault. They screwed up the investigate. You see that friction coming ahead. Oh I do and it's already happened to some extent. You know when rats get trapped in a cage the beginning knaw knaw at each other. And that's what Clapper and Brennan and comb. You're all doing even Komen McCabe you know pointing the fingers of Bland. They did it With the intelligence community assessment report Clapper was blaming Brennan. For Phony Information Information Brennan was cleaning. Clap for for the same thing Komi is gone after McCabe for Lime McKay said no you knew about the information nation that I lied about So it's not a lie so you know all of the rats are turning on each other and nine and I think it'll happen even more so after the inspector general report comes out and certainly after. Durham concludes his criminal investigation. We're talking to Greg Jarrett again. Author terrific new book which on check it out folks Amazon Barnes and noble bookstores near you. Please pick it up. It's a great book Greg. I get this question a lot a lot of people when I go out book. Signings things in public appearances. They'll say well. What do you think? Do you think anybody's GonNa wind up in handcuffs or bracelets here any they're going to be any law enforcement action against the perpetrators of this massive political spying scandal. Your thoughts on that. Well we've already had four criminal referrals. one against benched Komi for stealing and leaking the presidential memos which the DOJ declined to act on. That's a disappointment a criminal referral against Andrew McCabe. WHO's deputy director and briefly acting director of the FBI for line? Not just once but four times that still pending there was another case against an unidentified Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI will eventually find out who who it is. A criminal referral against him not acted on And now we have the latest Referral by Horowitz the Inspector General against an FBI lawyer whose primary in the trump Russia investigation Who you know? It's unclear if he was if he quit under pressure. Pressure was fired. Shown the door But he allegedly doctored Some of the emails that were used in and support to obtain a Feis warrant to spy on the trump campaign And so that is still pending as well. Should there be more absolutely we. Will there be more wait and see. Yeah I kind of take the same cautious approach on that that you do a couple more questions. I know you're busy. Is He. Talking to Greg Jarrett author of the Great New Book which police pick it up the White House involvement in this. I think it's implausible as a former federal investigator that the White House House from the top down was unaware completely of what was going on but the evidence is overwhelming. Whether it's the Peter Stroke tax the White House wants to know what we're doing You know now the White House running this post wants to know everything. We're doing an acronym for President United States of course but there's others I mean there's John Brennan testifying up on Capitol Hill saying that he's giving this statement in conjunction with the White House. There's an Andy. McCabe Lisa page email exchange. Where they're talking about the number two with the CIA David Cohen and they say listen some? We're going over the White House to brief on this. We need to speak with one voice. The evidence is overwhelming. But there's one more piece. I just uncovered. Recently it was. It's an older piece by Lee Smith. Who's done great great work this when he was writing a tablet meg and he writes about this June? Twenty Third Twenty Two Thousand Sixteen envelope that arrives at the White House and in this envelope. It's believed by many was the dossier it's apparently says for Obama's is only and maybe two or three more principles but that's it and apparently Brennan's involved volved in this and again lease been kind of wired from the start so to sum all that up I mean is it in any way plausible at this point. That Obama did not know what was going on with the spying scandal on the trump team he had to have known because it was a counterintelligence investigation. In truth it was a secret criminal investigation of trump masquerading as a counterintelligence pro but because they named it a counter intel pro. It has to have the president's approval. Why because 'cause counterintelligence probes or for the benefit of the United States the information goes directly to him about foreign activities It's very different than a criminal investigation. And you're right. There is some pretty strong circumstantial evidence not the least of which is a text message from Lisa page to Peter Struck the White House. Wants to know everything we're doing on this and this was you know the probe of trump and it was the only thing that pages truck we're working on at the time they sent the text message Wjr and of course remember that Brennan was a briefing trump about everything On an almost daily basis. I mean mattis jobs. CIA Director Debrief P brief the president almost every day. You either do it in a memo. You do it in person in in the log to the White House show. Brennan was there constantly gently. So of course Obama not only knew about it but either expressly or tacitly approved What was going on? I mean think about this. The United States spying and investigating a president presidential candidate from the opposing party. Never in the history of the United States is something that agreed to stay in place and as you know. I interviewed trump for my book A- and you know is he said. This should never happen to a presidential candidate. It should never happen to another president in the United States. I agree met a libertarian. Streak for a long time. I was against the Patriot. Act when it was George W Bush proposed it and as a former federal federal agent. This really disturbs me the soul. It's a terrible case. Let me ask you about this. The official FBI story about the genesis of this case. I think is nonsense. Probably I said this tip from Alexander. Downer story is just absurd it seems utterly outrageous. Is that just a cover story. I mean I I believe as we kind of got got to in the question prior to the last one that this was obviously a tip from brandon at the CIA. That went awry. And the whole Alexander Downer this Australian diplomat who met with Popadopoulos Dopoulos and this drunken store which is total garbage. I just believe that was kind of an ex post facto cover story. What are your thoughts on that? I agree and I write that it is in my book. Look it makes no sense First of all sequentially On the day that Comey student in front of cameras and cleared Hillary Clinton his FBI. I was meeting for the first time With Christopher Steele armed with his dossier it's July fifth two thousand and Sixteen and so on the very day that Comey's clearing Clinton The investigation of trump begins in earnest when steel hands the dossier over to his FBI handler the handler. Says my God. I've gotta were LERT headquarters immediately There was an surgency to it and of course It was was given to the FBI on that very day and then later Within in a ten day period of time or two weeks disseminated all the way through to The White House I suspect So this whole Popadopoulos coolest bar talk. is utter nonsense. It was pedal to the New York Times probably by somebody in the FBI To to cover the real reason for the investigation which was the phony dossier pay for by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee it because it makes no sense first of all you know hearing a rumor that Russians have Hillary Clinton's emails. So what I mean. That's crime hearing a rumor a basis. That crime has been committed. Hearing a rumor is not a crime it makes no sense. Maybe you would launch an investigation of Russia to see if it's true but you don't investigate Junior unpaid hated adviser. who here's the room? You don't investigate his campaign presidential candidate over that that never it's totally unreasonable. Unreasonable and illogical but of course the New York Times Gobble Book and the media should have done their jobs on that obviously they abandoned any any journalistic standards are integrity at all your book which on eviscerates at my final question for you. This is another big topic with my audience. Obviously the dossier starts. FBI The investigation. Obviously Popadopoulos at this point. That story is just nonsense. Do you believe Steele wrote the dossier I don't I think mostly the dossier. Hey based on the Wall Street Journal Work of Glenn Simpson Back in two thousand seven I believe based on potentially some of the work of helper and how cited cited sources off and others remember steel at one point tells the State Department his sources are this Guy Trubnikov the former head rush intel. But nick off has a relationship with how per we don't know much about his relationship with steel so it appears the actual steele dossier that steel himself might be the fall guy on this S. and I'd be interested to hear your thoughts. He may have had some input to it but I don't think it was all him. Well I think you're right and we may find out more about that in horror pitches report by the way I think Horowitz is probably bought into the whole popadopoulos thing is the trigger for the Best Gatien. which is it scares? There's me but but you know I think that The dossier was a collection of a great many things. And you wrote terrifically Klay about it in your book and hats off to you for really digging into that in revealing some amazing information but you know first of of all. There was Russian disinformation And they had to be laughing. Over the Kremlin is is Dan. He'll knuckleheads right. You know the thing about the timing of this whole thing within a course of being within two two weeks of being hired steel comes up with the first memo in his dossier that's impossible. Read the first memo the information in it. You can't get get that kind of information without working. You know on the ground human sources for months and yet like magic. He conjures it up out of thin air in the course of a couple of weeks so he had to be fed. A bunch of disinformation By people people and he either knew was disinformation or He's the most you know Gullible Inspector or Oh spy inspector clues oh You know and I think Glenn Simpson contributed to. Because you and I've talked about before. Read read some of Glen Simpson's old columns bearing a striking resemblance to the gay. It's unbelie Christopher Steele was a convenient face for it because as you documented your books he had worked with the FBI before it had some credible work history they could sell to judge. Look this documented minute source so I agree with you. I think your announced this is great. We've been talking to Greg. Jarrett author really a wonderful. Can't recommend it highly enough book. Check it out right here folks witch-hunt look at that a lot of material in here worth your time. Check out his first book as well. One of the biggest selling books the last year the Russia Hoax Greg. You a been invaluable on this. My audience loves. Do you want Fox. They love your books. I really appreciate your time. I hope to talk to you again soon. Maybe if you do third book who knows we'll have you back. Thanks Dan thank you. I enjoy working keenum mentally with you. You're one of the smartest guys I know. And your books have been absolutely terrific and a great help to me as well. So thank you for having me on to talk about it. You got it buddy take care. We'll talk soon. Take it easy. BYE-BYE I hope you like that interview I know I did. I had a blast as you know. I've written two books myself on this topic. This spy gates scandal is the biggest political scandal of our time and few people know more about it than Greg Jarrett. He's a terrific legal. Mind really hope you enjoyed that folks. Stay tuned for more great interviews news coming up. We have canvas owens. 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Monitor Show 11:00 06-25-2020 11:00

"On the Bloomberg business, APP and on quitting. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg markets we by Glenn and Paul Swinging we'll technology lead us out of this crisis. You don't know how many companies can't accept. People back on their roster bed seems to really flexed its muscles. Corona virus risk breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts to ring out that by the Taliban that takes time looking at more damaging great kindle. Labor does the shape of the yield curve matter booking late, twenty, twenty, one, early, twenty, twenty, two for really field quote Unquote Door Bruce is Bloomberg markets with Glenn and polls on Bloomberg Radio Boy. A jam packed hour coming up. Up leading off with three-time NBA champion Lebron James and his partner Maverick Carter, they sit down and speak with Bloomberg's Jason Kelly will bring you part of that interview plus US Labor Secretary Eugene Scaly speak with Bloomberg anchors. alix Steel Guy Johnson. We'll have that for you also this hour, but first. Let's go to Greg Jarrett of Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg Business Flash Greg. Other started in the Red Ball, they moved to the green and now the back in the red again. That's called fluctuation. That's Investors Wayne with threat the American economy from a resurgence of corona virus. Let's look at the numbers as we do fifteen minutes. The SNP is now down ten percent down to the Dow's little change down twelve, and the Nasdaq is little changed. The ten years up three thirty seconds yield yield point six six percent whilst Exeter media, crude oil is up six tenths of a percent thirty, eight, twenty, four, a barrel Comex Gold's down three tenths of a percent. At Seventeen.

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Monitor Show 10:00 01-19-2021 10:00

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01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 01-19-2021 10:00

"Slack is a new way to communicate with your team messaging. That's faster better. Organized and more secure conversations happen in channels that are easy to create. Join answer try it for free at slack dot com slash where work happens kind of view the volatility in the marketplace here harshest downturn for american workers in history companies across the board across industries trying to shore up their balance sheets very very disturbing dynamics at work breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts. Who told me to look the speed of vaccine development. Because of all the dislocations there's always relative value trades that you could be doing this could be a you shake recession v-shape profession. Certainly i think everyone is bloomberg markets with vonnie quinn and polls weenie on bloomberg radio. Good tuesday morning from new york city and points beyond to our worldwide audience coming up. Us treasury secretary nominee. Janet yellen here will bring you portions of that. Hearing plus we're gonna preview net flicks. They report earnings after the close plus will have all the details and analysis of the big bank earnings out this morning but first. Let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg news getting bloomberg business flash greg off earlier highs but stocks are still pushing toward all-time highs paul this on the final full day of donald trump's presidency with wall street looking to treasury secretary janet yellen confirmation hearing which you will hear what portions of here on bloomberg radio david page axa investment managers head on economics tells bloomberg stimulus must continue for the foreseeable future to avoid austerity treasuries across the globe is lean into this. They have to continue to.

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Monitor Show 10:00 09-10-2020 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 09-10-2020 10:00

"When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hand sanitizer dunes but we can give you the latest business and financial news fragrance free plus tease out some of what you just said our tools in the toolbox for the Fed. Does that point to the need for continued monetary support Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business happened Bloombergradio DOT com. He realized the mark that this is having on a younger generation. Bloomberg the world is listening Angel- capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick tape. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg markets. Quinn and Paul's we view the volatility in the marketplace here downturn for American workers in history companies he's across the board across industries trying to show up their balance sheets Terry, very disturbing dynamics at work breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. So look the can speed up vaccine development all the dish locations. There's always relative value trades that you could be doing. This could be a you shake. v-shape profession certainty I think that is really taking everyone. He's Bloomberg markets with Vonnie. Quinn polls on Bloomberg radio good Thursday morning from New York City to our worldwide audience. COMING UP WE'RE GONNA have a Steve Blitz chief economist for TES Lombard. Get his thoughts on jobless claims inflation and the ECB plus. Get the latest on the global end gas markets. But first, let's go to Greg Jarrett of Bloomberg News for a rumor business last. Fall were up for day number two stocks advanced Yes for a second day led by the tech shares that were battered.

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Monitor Show 11:00 02-02-2021 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 02-02-2021 11:00

"It takes thousands of hours to become an astronaut right nina. Oh i'm not an astronaut. I'm a design consultant at the container store. But you explore space. I help you find space with our alpha clauses systems. And you're an expert pretty good at it and you use satellites to communicate more virtual in-home closet designs but i wouldn't say she'll do you astronaut nina for helping us buying space the elvis sales bonuses here earn up to five hundred dollars in credit now through february at the container store where space comes from expert. And it's still going to take a very long time to recover from the real economy. Side of things is really showing the they're doing whatever it takes administration the plan forward to celebrate back team distribution is really hitting industrial america. It's a major crisis. Greece bloomberg markets with vonnie. Quinn and paul sweetie on bloomberg radio coming up we're gonna take a look at the global energy business. I'm going to do that with fernando valley a oil and gas analyst with bloomberg intelligence exxon posting its first annual loss in forty years. This extraordinary. Plus we're going to chat with will rank you up granite chairs on eretz silver-plate but first let's go to greg jarrett and getty blooberg business flash greg stocks keep moving a little further into the green ball with more. Us companies topping earnings estimates this quarterly reporting season tech and financial sectors among some of the biggest winners of the one hundred ninety eight companies in. Snp's five hundred that have announced the results in the fourth quarter eighty four percent beat analysts estimates compared with seventy two percent for the whole year ago chris grisanti m. a. i. capital chief equity strategist tells bloomberg investors should be looking at the companies that they think have been consistently strong will be more of the things.

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Monitor Show 10:00 01-27-2021 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 01-27-2021 10:00

"Slack is a new way to communicate with your team. It replaces email with something faster. Better organized and more secure every conversation has its own channel. That's easy to join search or create and it's all integrated you can attach info from thousands of apps share files make calls everything you need to get your work done. Welcome to your new headquarters. Try it for free at slack dot com slash where work happens life of the country doing well and everybody else doing poorly overlooking a more damaging. Great kimberly does the shape of the yield curve matter. We're looking at late. Twenty twenty one early twenty twenty two. Were really deal for your bloomberg markets with funding glen and whole suite on bloomberg radio. Coming up we're going to chat about. The market's coming up from new york city and points. Beyond plus we're going to hear from it and a blinder former fed vice chairman and professor at princeton university's can discuss the fed the economy and the pandemic. We'll have comments from mr blind. But first let's go to greg jarrett of bloomberg news for a bloomberg business. Flash greg all were looking at the markets today and sea. And all that read that you are. Equities dropped alongside european shares. As a risk off mood descends on markets the dollars jumping treasury yields taking lower. The snp is headed to its biggest decline in three months. Attention will turn now to the federal reserve policy meeting today. The policy bus ability of guidance about the future of its asset purchase program. Bob michael at j.p. Morgan tells bloomberg he thinks we'll see lower for longer as far as interest rates are concerned that the central banks learned over the previous decade.

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Monitor Show 10:00 01-14-2021 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 01-14-2021 10:00

"Slack is a new way to communicate with your team. It replaces email with something faster. Better organized and more secure in a world where people could be anywhere. It becomes your office. Try it for free at slack. Dot com slack. Where work happens. Bloomberg markets quite glenn and paul sweeney. We'll technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can't accept people back on their authors bed. Seems to have really flexed. Its muscles virus. Risk breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts to ring out that by the different pallet. That takes time looking at a more damaging. Great labor market does the shape of the yield curve. Matter we're booking late twenty twenty one early twenty twenty two. Were really field normal. Greece bloomberg markets with vonnie quinn. And all sweetie on bloomberg radio. Show for you today. We were going to cover all aspects of the dc events with stephen dennis senate reporter for bloomberg bills halley's martinuzzi on deutchebanks trump links proving sticky jordan gas bar. A venture is a consumer packaged goods. Firm talk to us about the difficulties during hobart of the supply chain first. let's get a bloomberg business flash. Greg jarrett were the green vanni. Stocks are up for thursday treasury yields are lingering near ten months is effort suggests president elect joe biden plans covid nineteen relief of about two trillion dollars to shall at morgan stanley. Wealth management cio tells bloomberg democrats in political essentially. Look even more stimulus to the economy. If you look at cumulatively since the cares act last year. I and the numbers.

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Monitor Show 11:00 08-12-2020 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 08-12-2020 11:00

"If trying to figure out the future of your business is keeping you up at night. Are you seeing it come back at all? At least you have company what do you make of the most recent virus headlines? How should Labor respond hyping to get political pressure experts, information breaking news all day all night everywhere do you expect the euro to continue to strengthen why even have this hearing Bloomberg Radio? The Bloomberg Business Happened Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg the world is listening. Financial Capital of the world twenty, four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot Com on the Bloomberg, business APP, and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg Markets Glenn and Paul Sweetie view the volatility in the marketplace here downturn for American workers in history across the board across industries trying to show up their balance sheets, very disturbing dynamics at work breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts equally to look the speed up vaccine development of all the dislocations, there's always relative value trades you could be doing this. Perception of shape profession certainly I think that is really freaking everyone. Bloomberg markets with funding Glenn and holes we on Bloomberg radio coming up this hour we're going to chat with Vince Sick Norell. He's global macro strategies for Bloomberg thoughts on the markets and particularly the US dollar, which is shown some weakness over the past several weeks plus Steve Silver President Coo of. Dale Foods, we're going to discuss the grocery business and how the pandemic is impacting that business. But first, let's go to Greg Jarrett we get Bloomberg Business Flash Greg what happened stocks you're up all but treasuries are sustained.

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Monitor Show 10:00 02-02-2021 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 02-02-2021 10:00

"He order breakfast at mcdonald's drive-thru tell yourself you'll wait to eat at work but it smells way too good so you eat it right there in mcdonald's parking lot neil. There's a meal for every morning at mcdonald's right now get any size. Iced coffee for ninety nine cents until eleven. Am and pair it with your favorite breakfast or one of our tasty bakery treats price and participation may vary but by mcdonald's i'm laughing at market news and insight from bloomberg experts. You can't have a narrow slice of the country doing well and everybody else doing poorly looking more. Damaging great kimberly. The moncton does the shape of the yield curve matter. We're looking at late. Twenty twenty one early twenty twenty two. Were really deal for all these bloomberg markets with bonnie glen and paul weeding on bloomberg bloomberg radio we have some headlines crossing the bloomberg now democrats saying cups guilt in inciting riots is unmistakable. Trump's second senate trial set to begin next week. Today is the deadline for house managers to file their trial brief and in that they are going to say that his guilt is on mistake. Well of course. We expect trump's lawyers to argue that. The trial is unconstitutional. Stay tuned we'll keep you brief throughout the day also on the show jim bianco. He's gonna talk to us about wall street. Never seeing the raiders coming. He will have a bloomberg opinion piece that he wants to discuss molly. We'll talk about stocks. Ira jersey on bonds and also japanese government bonds now having higher yields than us treasuries didn't think we'd see that coming for a while now with all these tears that greg jarrett we're sponsored by new jersey institute of.

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Monitor Show 10:00 01-29-2021 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 01-29-2021 10:00

"Slack is a new way to communicate with your team. It replaces email with something faster. Better organized and more secure every conversation has its own channel. That's easy to join search or create and it's all integrated you can attach info from thousands of apps share files make calls everything you need to get your work done. Welcome to your new headquarters. Try it for free. At slack dot com slash where work happens cetera. because of all the dislocation there's always relative value traits. That you could be doing is how homepride with certainty. I think that is really thinking everyone. This is bloomberg markets with funding quinn. All sweetie on bloomberg radio. Good friday morning from the bloomberg interactive brokers studio in new york city and points beyond to our worldwide audience. Coming up we're going to get the latest on markets trading including game stop and the other day trading stocks that are showing a volatile trading day today plus the compensation of the morning. We're gonna talk to the chief scientific ally lilly who's going to discuss the role that lily's copay. Nineteen antibody therapies are playing in the fight against the pandemic. but first. Let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg news for a bloomberg business flash greg stocks downfall this amid lingering concerns about the havoc created by follow retail trading which spoke treasury yields gold. Oiler up on optimism ended the pandemic lockdowns will fuel economic growth. Mike wilson morgan stanley chief. Us equity strategist and cio tells bloomberg longer term. Investors need to appreciate. which is. We're still at the beginning of a new economic cycle. We're still you know in a very highly liquid environment.

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Monitor Show 11:00 09-18-2020 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 09-18-2020 11:00

"As APP. And bloombergradio DOT COM Bloomberg the world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg markets with Glenn and Paul Sweetie kind of the volatility in the marketplace here downturn for American workers in history companies across the board across industries trying to show up their balance sheets very, very disturbing dynamics at work breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts only so much. You can speed up vaccine development of all the dislocations. There's always relative value trades that you could be doing. This could be shape rather than v-shaped profession. I think that is really everyone. Bloomberg markets when Vonnie Quinn polls sweetie on Bloomberg radio coming up, we are going to get the latest on US China Tech Relations. We check tick Tock. We'll get all the latest plus we can get a sense of how the stalled fiscal stimulus is impacting the municipal bond market. But first we go to Greg Jarrett Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg Business Flash Greg Fall in a month during which the red hot trading tech stocks waivered and options activity dominates headlines Traders were just jolted with a spike of trading volume quadruple, which he has being given credit for that investors are also reacting to the Federal Reserve. Atlanta Fed. President Rafael Bostick tells Bloomberg. He still thinks two percent inflation is possible. So I, think we were actually much much closer to our target. Just pre-crisis of then I, think has been really recognized in the press. That said.

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Monitor Show 10:00 02-01-2021 10:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 10:00 02-01-2021 10:00

"Hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg quick. Take this is bloomberg radio bloomberg markets. Three body glenn and paul's view the volatility in the marketplace here three had completely different climate strategy across the board across industries trying to shore up their balance sheets. Jerry very disturbing dynamics work breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts destroying dollar policy. I think is a lot of its rhetoric visible dislocations there's always relative value traits that you could be doing issue is how long homepride with thirty. I think that is really speaking everyone. These bloomberg markets with fund quinn holes. We on bloomberg radio. Good monday morning from snowy new york city from the bloomberg interactive brokers studio endpoints points. Be on to our worldwide audience. Coming up we're going to chat with phil orlando. he's achieve equity market strategist and head of client portfolio management. At federated hermes he has been ghoulish on this equity market and he has been absolutely right right to get his latest thoughts. But first. Let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg news for bloomberg business flash greg all this flashes sponsored by with them forward-thinking advisory in accounting firm offering industry expertise an innovative solutions for your business experience. The witham way innovative adaptive effective trusted visit with them dot com for more doctor up as some of the world's largest tech companies of rallied and several strategy. Recent explosion of speculative by will not derail the bull market inequities brian levin invesco capital market. Strategist tells bloomberg. Please remember the moves. We have seen are not typical. I just remind investors not to complete it with what's.

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Monitor Show 11:00 01-14-2021 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 01-14-2021 11:00

"Financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio take. This is bloomberg radio. Friskies bloomberg markets qui- glenn and polls weeding. We'll technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can't accept people back on their roster bed. seems to have really flexed. Its muscles role in virus risk breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts to ring out that by the different polity. That takes time looking at more damaging. Great labor hit does the yield curve matter. We're looking at twenty twenty one early. Twenty twenty two were really field for your bloomberg markets with vonnie quinn and polls on bloomberg radio coming up jobless claims they came in much higher than expected putting increased pressure for president like biden to push for a stimulus. Package will break down with carl. Riccadonna chewed chief us. Economist bloomberg opinion. Plus we're gonna get the latest from washington. Dc and the impeachment process. but first. let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg news for a bloomberg business flash back were Stocks are still up all the energy industrial and financial sectors leading the benchmark higher for a third day. Cnn reports president-elect biden's advisers recently told allies congress about the cost of the package by expected to announce his economic support plans later today. The dollar is holding onto gains as us initial jobless claims last week rose to nine hundred sixty five thousand. Compared to the estimate of about eight. Hundred thousand david belan citigroup private bank. Cio tells bloomberg. He thinks he sees an uptick in the global economy. Moving ahead of the stimulus and the fact that the.

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Monitor Show 11:00 08-06-2020 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 08-06-2020 11:00

"Come. On the Bloomberg business. APP and Bloomberg quick tape. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg markets we by Glenn and Paul's tweeting will. Lead. US, out of this crisis, we don't know how many companies can accept people by on the. Bed seems to really flexed its muscles, fill corona virus risk breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts to bring out that by the dip mentality that takes on a we looking at more damaging. Great Kimberly. Does for the yield curve matter, we're looking at late twenty, twenty, one, early, twenty, twenty, two for really field for door excuse Bloomberg markets with Vonnie, Quinn. Sweeney. On Bloomberg radio coming up, we'RE GONNA take a look at the beleaguered retailing industry and how retailer certain retailers like using bankruptcy to break leases by thousands plus Brendan. Coughlin head of consumer. Banking? At Citizens Bank, he's give his thoughts on the consumers health, the shift that digital banking and consumer lending. But first, let's go to Greg Jarrett Bloomberg. News for a Bloomberg business flash free fall, THIS FLASH IS SPONSORED BY COMMONWEALTH Financial Network The Independent Advisor you've. You've always wanted to be with all the support you need to get their visit Commonwealth dot Com to learn more stock dipped. Recently, they've been fluctuating all morning, a uncertain outlook for Congress to approve more stimulus overshadowed better than forecast jobs data. You're being stocks dropped on earnings, disappointments, and gold has extended its gains yet again, which was markets every fifteen minutes. The S&P is down a tenth of a percent down three. The Dow's little changed up thirteen in the Nasdaq, is down a tenth of a percent down nine. The ten years up to twelve thirty seconds with a yield two point, five percent.

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Monitor Show 11:00 01-25-2021 11:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 11:00 01-25-2021 11:00

"Slack is a new way to communicate with your team. It replaces email with something faster. Better organized and more secure in a world where people could be anywhere. It becomes your office. Try it for free at slack. Dot com slack. Where work happens markets by. Glenn paul's tweeting lower for longer. We hear that from fed chairman. J powell to look for more of the settles trades federal downside of a biden administration is higher taxes fill girl in the virus risk breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts. You can't have a narrow slice of the country doing well and everybody else doing poorly overlooking more damaging great in the league among does the shape of the yield curve matter looking at late twenty twenty one early twenty twenty two were really deals quote unquote wall. Street's he's bloomberg markets with bonnie clan. And all sweetie on bloomberg radio coming up on the other side of this pandemic. will anybody go back to the movie theaters. Amc the largest theater chain in us. Certainly hope so. It is setting up its balance sheet to get to the other side. Plus we're going to chat with peter. Anderson founders anderson capital management on his forty percent. Return for twenty twenty. What he expects for twenty twenty one. First let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg news for a bloomberg business flash greg. We're heading red ball. The only green i see is with tech. Shares is the lux things fair to report earnings. This week European notch fittings. Wait tougher lockdowns to control the pandemic vichy territory. The morgan stanley global director fixed income research tells bloomberg the health of the economy depends on the health of stimulus entirely. The bond. market's going to be given by By the fiscal policy.

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