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"guliani" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"guliani" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of the U. S. Constitution. America first. Thanks for joining us in his America first Dr Sebastian Gorka is out today. Enjoying some well deserved, as they say in radio Well deserved time off. Now he's taking a vacation day. I'm Jennifer Horn. Happy to be in with him. You conjoined us by the way in conversation at 83333 Gorka, That's 8333346752 Joining us on the line is one of my great friends and of course, star of Hunter, the television. Siri's that may was made famous on NBC during the eighties who's also an incredibly talented football player broke all kinds of records in his time in the NFL playing for the Giants and the Rams. His name is Fred Dryer. Follow him on Twitter at Fred Underscore dryer now, Fred, we talked about baseball. We got that out of the way. Let's talk about Washington. Now the team which we're still going to call the Washington Redskins because hello, years and decades of branding. The Washington Redskins have said that they're going to change their name. And on Thursday of this week, they came out and said that they have come up with a creative name. Are you ready for it? They took years and years and months and months and days and days to come up with the wonderfully fantastic creative name of Washington football team. Isn't that very creative. Now, I was thinking maybe they could be the Washington thin skins, but nobody seemed t run with that so Fred. They had fought the pressure on this for a long time. It wasn't even a group of Native Americans originally asking for the name change, but Then. They decided as of a couple of weeks ago that they would go ahead and move away from the Washington Redskins. And now they're calling themselves the Washington football team. This decision this has been something that they've been called on to Dio. But not necessarily by people that you would expect instead by white elitist who just thought it felt bad to call the team. The Washington Redskins. Well, I suggest this and in the in the course of uniforms for every team, but the Washington Redskins, I think in the sixties Had the best uniforms. They had what they call the RAF Guliani feather that came up from the back of the helmet to the front. They had a non offensive logo. They didn't put an Indian with a big nose like I come up on the hood of your Pontiac. They didn't put that on the helmet to inflame people. They should go back to the RAF Guliani helmet and the uniforms and keep it really simple. The great color combinations will stand the test of time and it's a great uniforms. But they should go back and put the feather on the back and continue to calm the Redskins. Yeah, it seems that this is not quite the I don't know. Maybe the most important thing the Washington Redskins should be working on because Fred, if I'm not mistaken, it's been a while since that the Washington Redskins have been to the playoffs. It was I think, 2007 since our last visit 2005 since their last playoff game, I think the last time they won their division was back in 1999. So is it possible that teams like the Redskins may get caught up too much in the politics in trying to appease the cancel culture? When really, they should be trying to focus on? Oh, I don't know, playing winning football. Well, of course, it's like that. That's true for any business, especially in sports. When, when the outcome of your businesses happening out in front of everybody, Andi all you gotta do to present yourself the correct way. Dan Snyder this guy he could have headed this thing off. A year. 10 years ago. He could have said Okay, so you guys you send to them? I can see that This thing is going to build. I'm going to be jumped on by fellow owners and the FedEx people and we're going toe. You know, we're goingto we're going to have a hard time here with this logo. So let me just change it now and they would have left him alone. Believe me, they would have left him alone. And find him right now I'm going back to the feather. Take the Indian off the side of your helmet back to the feather. Keep it simple and say, you know something. I like the name Redskins and I'm going to negotiate with you. And this is what I'm doing. By the way. He paid a couple of $100 million for this thing for the Washington football team. Yeah, we only have 30 seconds. They were up against a heartbreak but want to ask you as a former player, do you? Think it's appropriate for the president to chime in on matters of of this kind of thing going on in sports. Sure he's a fan. I mean, he's a human being. Why shouldn't he? I mean, you know, I don't like one thing I like about Trump is he's got his nose in everything. He doesn't have this nose and everything. I think that's right. Alright, Fred Dryer, we thank you so much for your time. Lots of stuff unpacked from the Redskins. Tio opening day.

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"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Faithful execution of the office. And so. The grounds here to remove Donald Trump are overwhelming what they're isn't is the political support to do. So because we have a bunch of cowards in the US Senate who are unwilling to do what they know to be right for fear of losing their jobs, and all I can say to you is if after a million people died for this country, you won't do your duty because you might be voted out in the primary. You don't deserve to hold any public office. Well, said David and you talk about Trump derangement syndrome. I'm recalling the Yahoo finance survey monkey poll from over two years ago before the two thousand sixteen election, even took place that poll found that eleven percent of Republicans thought it would be appropriate appropriate. If Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election to help Trump and Republicans win and not only that another twenty nine percent said it would be inappropriate. But no big deal. If they did. In other words, forty percent of Republicans thought it would be just. Just fine. If Russia interfered on our election and eleven percent of them aren't just okay with it. They think it's the right thing to do. And I'll bet you those same Trump fans thinks it's just fine. The Trump has done nothing to stop Russia or any other enemy country from interfering in next year's election. And we'll have no problem when they do. But yeah, it's we tarts who suffer from Trump derangement syndrome. Right. And then there was Rudy Guliani remarked this week or as he will heretofore forever. Be remembered read Rudy. It doesn't wrong taken information from Russians. There's nothing wrong with taking where it came from. It depends on where it came from. It depends on where it came from Rudy. It came from Russian military intelligence there under the command of and take orders only from flat, Amir Poten. And you know, there was a time in this country. When the only party that would have said something like that was the communist party. But then again, what would you expect from Trump supporters who wore t shirts to his stupid rallies that said I'd rather be a Russian than a democrat. But yeah, it's we love tards who are Kombi pinkos, right? But you know, that, you know, the most amazing unspoken element of what Rudy just said. And you're not gonna hear this from one person in your media, or maybe even the mainstream media Rudy unwittingly, just exposed your media's deep state silent coup conspiracy theory for exactly that consider one integral part of that theory is it was Hillary the colluded with the Russians which she didn't nor did she agree to take a meeting with Russians to get dirt on Trump from the Russian friggin government. But that aside even if she had which again, she didn't by Rudy now say what they get information from Russians that blows your media's narrative that it was Hillary who colluded right out the water. But you're media will just keep repeating that lot. Oh, it was Hillary the colluded with Russia and. No, one will be the wiser except those who listen to the show, you no longer have any excuse to Perritt this false and dishonest narrative, you will. But at least you'll know you're lying, which I suspect will cause you exactly zero sleepless nights, am I right close. What I do. And that brings us to the topic of the week impeachment and tell you let's pretend nothing Russia-related occurred. Just for one thing we learned this week. Donald Trump should be impeached in the months before she quote, unquote resigned. So she could spend more time separating family homeland top security official Kirsten Neilsen tried to focus Donald Trump's attention on Russian interference in our twenty twenty election. The result Trump's chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, told her that Trump still acquainted. Any public discussion of malign Russian activity with questions about his legitimacy. Nielsen eventually gave up on her effort to organize a White House meeting of cabinet secretaries to coordinate a strategy to protect next year's election. As a result. The issue didn't gain any sense of urgency and Trump has done nothing to prevent further Russian interference. Now, our intelligence community is doing what they can to prevent another attack. But the reality is they're getting less than zero leadership or guidance from the lighthouse because of Donald Trump's giant fragile insecure snowflake pathetic ego. Yeah. Dear leader's ego over national security, and you still support this guy. And you still call yourselves patriots. Who love this country, and like to say, the GOP is a political party of national security. One of these are lives. You're not patriots. You don't love this country. You're in a cult whereby dear leader, Donald Applewhite. Manson Hubbard caresses, sensitivities overrule and are more important than the safety of this nation. Here's still honorable conservative Republican, Charlie Sykes. This is like FDR after Pearl Harbor saying, I don't want to hear about the Japanese. Don't talk to be about the Japanese war. The Germans look this is a part of the of the Buller that I'm glad it's getting attention. I was overlook the voluminous documentation of the extent and the scope of the Russian attack, and it's not over. This is not looking just to the path it is ongoing and given the return on investment of their interference in two thousand sixteen election. What what going to see next year, maybe even broader and more dramatic. So is this president is this president going to do anything about it? He's going to mobilize. This government could protect our democracy. And I think this is something that congress really asked to look into because you know, I get the the focus on the obstruction of Justice, which I think is important, you know, and the coordination with the Trump campaign, but the reality is there is no doubt this country was attack. Is under attack and will be attack and the president doesn't want to hear about it. That's a problem. Donald Trump's deepen security is so profound you're not even allowed to whisper Russian interference in his holy presence in order to protect this country's democracy. Oh, yeah. He really loves this country, doesn't he? Again, for the upkeep time for those so slow of with as to not have picked up on this yet, Donald Trump cares for one thing and one thing only, and it isn't this country's national security, or it's democracy. It is Donald Trump and anyone so dimwitted to not see that yet. I'm sorry. You are just too stupid and blind to waste even one precious nanosecond on for this and this alone. Donald Trump should be impeached. He took an oath to protect this country and has done anything, but he is not fit to be the leader of this country. He's done nothing to protect us from further attacks because his massive ego won't allow him to even hear about the attack. What a week simpering worthless and treasonous old full. One of the first things John Bolton did a upon becoming Trump's national security advisor was eliminate the position of cybersecurity coordinator, do you think he did that on his own? Oh, and you know, the excuse they gave they were streamlining downsizing the government. Yeah. And open the opening the door to real evil governments like Russia, China and North Korea. And even before that the very first time he called the constitutionally protected free press the enemy of the American people. He should have been impeached. He took an oath to uphold the constitution by attacking the constitutionally protected free press for reporting the truth about him. He was violating the first amendment of the constitution. He is not fit to lead this country. When he treasonously took Vladimir Putin's word over his own intelligence community in Helsinki. He should have been impeached when he made his to ban protests. He should have been impeached. But at every step along the way, Democrats weekly pointed the fingers and rightly condemned Trump's anti-americanism, but did nothing. And as a result, we have watched Trump escalate his criminal behavior because there's been no consequences. But this week this week Trump seem to willingly hurry his own path to impeachment between him and his stooge attorney general telling government officials to break the law and a g- nor subpoenas and Trump suing congress to prevent them from doing the constitutional duty of oversight. Well, this is. Ridiculous. We have been been the most transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far. But what fighting the Safina's these are like impartial people. Of course. They're not impartial..

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"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Wall and who's gonna pay for it does us victims? But mainstream reasonable majority moral decent an honorable America can exactly see them warming up to Trump over a move like that. But then there's the fact that even if Trump declared a national emergency tomorrow, even if it was completely unobstructed by the political process or numerous eminent domain fights in court, which there would be. Minus all that. You would still be looking at least a year before any shovels hit the ground started digging holes for his aesthetically pleasing steel slaps the Trump promised Mexico would pay for when he already has one point six billion. He could be spending on national security on the border for manpower to monitor the walls that are all ready there. And one last thing before we head to the phones on a hopeful note, really interesting article in Vanity Fair by one of the best young reporters. We're lucky to have Gabriel Sherman. The headline read quote, there is no endgame. White. House aides fear Trump has turned the border wall into his Alamo end quote. Sub-headline quote, the president put himself in a box as Trump as Trump tries to fight his way out his new chief of staff already has is on the exits and Giuliani worries about Muller's possibly horrific report. And quote, that's a hell of a sub headline. But it was the last paragraph that caught my eye, quote, the shutdown has pushed the Russia investigation out of the news cycle. This is before the times bombshell story yesterday. But Trump world knows it hasn't gone away. Rudy Guliani recently told a friend that he expects the Muller report to be quote horrific. You're already hearing people speculate. Trump could do a deal and resign end quote. From your lips Rudy. From your lips to five seven K D W is all caller number here at the station at seven zero two two five seven five three nine six. Let's head to the phones, and we will start with deplorable. Gary your first thanks for calling. Thank you so much. I wanna interests you in our hate, President Trump show, hold it. Hold gary. Do you honestly? Call reporting the truth. Do you honestly acquaintance? No, no, no. Gary you got you're I'm not gonna cut you off. But I will put you on hold of you. Don't let me finish. My question. Quite with reporting provable documented truth with hate. And if so why and Thirdly what is wrong with you? What's wrong with me? I will go to the pinnacle call go to the first one. Do you quite with reporting provable documented proof and truth with Haight? If so why? Anyway. Put me on the spot. Put you on the spot. I took what you said and.

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"guliani" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I mean, they loved him. They couldn't have loved him anymore, but you never know until you watch them play. This reminds me a little bit back in like thirteen and fourteen with the Golden State Warriors. It was just the perfect combination of players at the perfect time, and obviously Steph vaulted into this all time, great player. And then once Steve Kerr came around, it was just the perfect combination of everything. That's kind of what this is. Mahomes Tarik hill, Kelsey, look, how good Sammy Watkins looked with Andy Reid. It's just the ultimate combination in a league now that where the reference and the way it's officiated benefit offense of players. It's just the ultimate combination now. I mean, how's this team not going to dominate the league now for the next several years, I, it's pretty special and this quarterback. I don't think it's high personally or whatever overstating it to just he's a superstar. You know, you just have to watch him play two series. He just can do things that other players cannot do. Andy is arguably the best offense coach in the league. I gotta ask you one more question. Jared. Goff was at Cal, and I said, what I always do with a quarterback. I give you a high in a low. I said, is high prototype is Brady as low as Matt Ryan. I do think he throws a really nice football. He took a beating at Cal for years, and I'm watching them right now, and it's easy to like Todd Gurley, and it's easy to like that defense. But I gotta tell you John. When I watch Jared Goff one of my rules on pro athletes, do they make it look easy? You know, Michael Jordan, there were a lot of six, six guys in the league. He made it look easy. I watched Jared Goff yesterday. Day he made some sensational throws credible. He's the most. There's no headlines. He doesn't talk. He's he's, he's literally nondescript. He's Andrew luck here in Los Angeles. You never hear him. Did we under? He was a number one pick, but is he better than you thought he would be. Yeah, a little bit and I liked him. I think his greatest attribute is he's kind of California cool, very low key, not a attention seeker. He doesn't have the greatest arm, but he's really accurate in -ticipant. It's very well. And he just a great teammate. I mean, I follow him on social media. He's always hanging out with the tight end or he's over at Whitworth house for dinner. You know, I'm booked for those things. I think people in the league do clearly McVeigh and you know people around the Rams when you are beloved by teammates, and they will just go to war for you, and you're a good player. You start taking steps and they have so much talent around them. I, he'd be a Pro Bowl or right away, but he is playing. He's gotten remarkably better. I mean that I just throw that thing away, but even from last year when he was good. Yeah. So what he's doing right now, you'd have to say his ceiling looks, you know, when you look back at Matt Ryan, like you saying that cop, maybe like two or three years in the league, you kind of knew that could only do so much. Yeah, he got off, you see so many of these guys, their arm gets a little stronger as their career progresses because of the training regiments. Now you have to buy, you'd be crazy not to buy stock in Jared Goff right now, host of the three and our podcast on my her network, former NFL scout the athletic as well. Love is stuff. John middlekauff. Good talking to you, bud. See column have good one. Yeah. The Rams are interesting because of McVeigh's brilliance and Todd Gurley. They've got so many stars. There's a sense that anybody could drive this bus. He made a throw yesterday. I'm watching the game on TV. It was. It was the closest sideline to me. It was the best throw of seen by an NFL player this year. It was. He threw a seed over a corner in front of a safety. The box was about this big and it was thirty four yards and it was perfect. His dad was a major league baseball player is not a big talker. John Guliani joke in Los Angeles. I mean, he could walk through a mall, nobody cares. I have a friend jed fish coaches on the staff. He said he's bigger than you think in person..

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"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The World Trade Center. I lost hundreds of friends the World Trade Center came down. You know, what's amazing for the entire eight years of the war criminal, George W Bush's miserable presidency. I said the same thing he didn't keep us safe. The World Trade Center came down on his watch. And for that you called me anti-american, an unpaid cryonic, and yet when Trump says the exact same thing, he becomes your messiah rampant wreaking Republican hypocrisy. And the first obvious thing you noticed in that clip, not one sign of grief from Trump. He wasn't speaking on behalf of any nine eleven eleven victims, his voice didn't rise out of grief or pain. He was exploiting nine eleven to pummel an opponent. And after that outburst. Republican congressman Peter King said quote, Trump was like a drunken uncle at a party, and quote, except clump doesn't drink. He doesn't have to. He's intoxicated with himself. And Secondly, of course, he's lying. He did not lose hundreds of friends on nine eleven firstly. Trump doesn't have hundreds of friends he has he has fixers he has accomplices. But as those of us who knew all along had reaffirmed last week with Bob Woodward's book and the op Ed in the New York Times, Donald Trump has very few friends and second guess how many funerals of the hundreds of friends he lost on seven eleven. He attended not one even though the FDI fire department of New York itself lost so many members three hundred and forty three that it worried. It might not be able to fill, sir. Services. And so asked the public to attend many of those funerals were held at the Saint Patrick's cathedral just moments away from Trump's home. He didn't go to any of them Rudy Guliani, dude. And at the funeral of captain Terence Hatton who was married to Guliani executive assistant assistant Rudy gave a tender eulogy calling hat, the kind of man, he would want his son to become, but that was then long before Guliani traded his status as America's mayor to that of Trump's stooge to the point that during the campaign Guliani uttered such ridiculous lies as this one. By the way, under those eight years before Obama came along we didn't have any successful, radical Islamic terrorist attack in the United States. They all started Clinton and Obama got into office. You know of all the people in this entire world. Who knows that's a lie no-one perhaps knows it better than Rudy Guliani, and who could have imagined that the same person who spoke so eloquently at nine eleven funerals would someday down the road support and lie for someone who sought to elevate himself by lying about nine eleven Rudy. We hardly knew ya. But at least he made sure to include the anti Muslim radical Islamic terrorism dog whistle. Another person who actually lost a good friend on nine eleven was Hillary Clinton F D N Y chaplain. Michael judge they became close during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Hillary gave judge more than one tour of the White House at judge's request. And was asked by judges family to speak at his funeral which she did and eloquently. Trump on the other hand didn't speak at one funeral or one memorial service. Now, Trump did venture at least onto the streets of New York somewhere near ground zero a couple of days after the attack. He did an interview with a German television station whereupon he told them he had been to ground zero which he hadn't and then proceeded to.

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"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There's also a lot of chatter of exactly how high up the food chain. This anonymous op Ed writer is again, I don't see what difference that makes. Let's take a range from General Mattis to a janitor. If it was a janitor, your media would just write them off as to low level to know anything. And if it was mad as your media would immediately start rummaging through Madison's garbage cans looking for dirt on them. You Trump bots would turn on him. Like, he did the southern retard Jeff Sessions. So I don't care if it was written by a higher up or a lower down as I have stated countless times on the show the truth is the truth. No matter who speaks or right right said I mean in the eyes and ears of you brain, dead Trump. That's even worse than the janitor. I'm a liberal and yet you get more truth for me in two hours a week. Then you do in all the hours you spend poisoning. You're already mush brains with the lies your media brainwash is you with every day of the week and on weekends. Contrary to what the brain addled Rudy Guliani says truth is truth. But here's the kicker. There's a reason team Trump is floating all these distractions the writer doesn't exist. Even though they're conducting a witch hunt to find him the failing New York Times just made it up. He does exist in these gutless coward. We have to find him sworn affidavits lie detector tests that bright idea came from the great libertarian rand Paul, and I immediately donated to his neighbor. And of course, all you brain dead. Trump odds are right there like the mindless ship, you are we got to find out who wrote this up, and he said bad things about the done. Which is exactly what they want you to do. They want you to focus on the writer and not what he wrote not because they don't think it's true. But because they know it is consider this one one Trump official was asked to we thought road. If he replied, quote, the problem for the president is it could be so many people. You can't rule it down to one person. It's impossible end quote. And after the op-ed was published to senior officials reach out to axios to say the author stole the words right out of their mouths one official said, quote, I find the reaction to the New York Times op, Ed fascinating. The people seem so shocked that there's a resistance from the inside a lot of us were wishing we'd been the writer. I suspect. I hope he I hope Trump knows. Maybe he does that there are dozens and dozens of us end quote. And I gotta say if there are indeed dozens and dozens of people in the White House and administration working behind the scenes to stop Trump. Maybe every now, and then he does indeed hire the best people who knew. And getting back to this whole rand Paul lie detector for fires. My TV question. The cold wall has had this takeout and listen to how she concludes her remarks. That's my gal. I think they should put everyone on a polygraph and ask them what they think Donald Trump is fit. Why? I mean, that's what we should do. Sure. We we needed. I'm Callie we need people. Absolutely. Kushner, let's polygraph. Serious offer if you're willing anyone of you. We'll put it on TV. You can have my our what they wanted. Downtown fit for the presidency. Is he capable of Kantha responsibilities at America's commander in chief? You're all welcome. You're welcome. I taught her to say that. And of course, Trump had to respond to this op op, Ed I in person then on Twitter where we see the real Donald Trump. And I gotta say if you are going to try and discredit an anonymous writer, at least know how to pronounce the damn word. The latest active resistance is the op-ed published.

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"guliani" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"So and that's not forget he was also at the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Don, jR, and all the Russian. I mean the fake adoption, right? That was only for adoption. So now in the same week that Paul Manafort is found guilty and will be sent. Synced to as much as eighty years in prison. Michael Cohen Trump's personal lawyer who incidentally, also has ties to Russia has pled guilty to violating campaign finances life as Ukrainian PS and his brother's wife's Ukrainian from Ukraine born arrays. I mean, both of them. I mean, I mean, I mean the so he pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws by paying stormy Daniels and Trump's other playboy mistress to stay quiet before the election. And since there's an actual tape of the conversation. He admitted to prosecutors that Trump knew he paid those women he requested it he approved it, and he paid for it. So yeah, he fucking knew about remember that tape, right? He's it's the tape where he recorded the conversation. Yeah. And he was like almost Joya. What are we going to pay? Right. So and I thought that Trump I don't know if it was Trump or Michael Cohen or Don jR, but I thought somebody told at the FBI that they didn't know about that payment. Now, you're lying to the FBI. And now, you're right. And so that put right. Yep. So okay. So now that Trump here's the deal. Trump sees Michael Cohen giving up. Up the candy to get a plea deal. Okay. Michael Cohen has now told prosecutors that. He's now given up Trump. So he can get a lesser sentence. Right. So Trump sees him doing that. And he's completely fucking stress that Paul Manafort in the other trial on that's coming up in DC that he's going to put his Russia collusion business on Front Street. Now, the next trial he sinking himself Michael Collin? Did it Paul manafort's? Definitely gonna do it. Obviously, the Russia collusion, all it's all Paul Manafort. Yup. So he's tweeting out and ask kissing tweet, which are basically just one step away from promising Paul Manafort apart. Here's what Trump tweeted after the guilty verdict, quote, I feel very badly for Paul Manafort at his wonderful family. He's literally guilty of like a thousand inches of Bachar ges. Eight counts. I'm sorry. Eight counts guilty found guilty of canes on an money lava. Yep. Right. Justice took a twelve year old tax case. How dare we go back and take out take a case? Among other things applied tremendous pressure on him. And unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to break makeup stories in order to get a deal such respect for a brave, man. So he's actually tweeting out a message, which is like I respect you for not going or the deal for taking right but life in your mouth shut but manafort's still has not been sentenced like he's been charged. But he doesn't know what his sentences gravy, like eighty years could still give deal for that. Yeah. And he's trying so then and here's the team Rudy Giuliani Guliani just so you if you guys know, he's Trump's new personal lawyer. He Michael Collins done, it's it's Rudy Guliani. He told the Washington Post that this is like a whole move that they did. So he tells the Washington Post that Trump asked him about pardoning Manafort, I mean, this is a quote from Guliani to the post. Trump asked him about partying Manafort and Guliani fulltime they should wait until after the molar investigation is complete. So that's basically Trump sliding into manafort's DM's and telling him yogurt, I'm going to slap a big part in on that tight ass. That's what that is. That's sliding in the DM's letting them know your pardon is coming for you. Right. So okay. So then if they waited till after the Mueller investigation, and he does pardon him wouldn't that be? That's not obstruction of Justice. That's Justice has been served. Okay. And he's any way you slide into your guy. Sees that Titus and gun. Partnered auditor tell him you're going to pardon him. You're now obstructing Justice, you're preventing Justice from being served, right? But they're they're they're covering their tracks by saying you can pardon him. But you gotta wait till Justice. And there are also doing it by Giuliani doing it and not Trump right now. Trump's kind of doing. It with the tweets. Right. You know, saying what a great man, he didn't fall for the deal..

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"guliani" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That is low and outside Wall Street so from all it to it's gone to three and two Morton. Has a two point nine earned run averages one, twelve and lost two hundred twenty four and a third innings pitched only ninety four hits allowed three to pitch he. Is low at ninety eight miles an hour but to loan So Andrew. Mccutchen the first time that he had ever gone, to the plate Against his old teammate Charlie Morton Rosza walk Oh in, two to ball four It as a board again it's the ninth time that he's been on. Base in the, last three games and of course this is just the. First, inning of? The, third game now BUSTER Posey Posey hitting to ninety. Eight five homers thirty seven and a fastball is low at ninety six. Miles an hour Morton the pitcher and Maldonado the catcher just recently acquired from the angels White at, first base Gonzalez at second bregman at short Guliani third camp the leftfielder Nick and center Rettig in right Fastball outside, Maldonado keeps, holding the ball there as if Shane to Quinn Wolcott the upper hand it's right there. But the. Computerized strike zone is not agreeing with him And, in the computer, strikes don't say that during not even really that close To another cat here it is BUSTER takes. A called strike right on the inside corner at ninety six miles an hour Blaster got the back going well the giants are on the road To lifted up to ninety eight Is the first diving back to the bag is mccutchen Musters had fourteen hits in his last twenty seven at bats It's pretty hot White on the baggage I with mccutchen there goes mccutchen the pitches swung on and fouled into. The batters box it came up and hit busters leg came up. Off the dirt To the count. To BUSTER Posey day game here tomorrow at twelve forty five the giants..

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"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The message these get out because you got political leaders. That keeps saying everything's okay as cargo is not okay you got a lot of counties on the south. West and east side and no economic development but on the north. Side I really feel People I live in a real real joyous good life over here and. Because violence persist in some Chicago neighborhoods Hardiman and other organizers say Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson need, to step down Streets our streets and shut it down have become common refrains at protests across the country in recent years many prompted by fatal encounters between police and, unarmed black men. Early last month demonstrating Chicago wants to go over the. Lanes of a major expressway as they called for an end to city violence and neighborhood investment now comes today's protests aimed at lake shore Dr Mitchell moss the director of the center for transportation at New York University says. Using roads and. Infrastructure has become, a central feature of this country's protest movement in the twenty first, century in part because I think they're much. More visible and important also, because the protests affects many more people Chicago police. Spokesman Anthony Guliani says there. Will be several hundred Chicago police, officers present at today's event. Were there to protect their right to demonstrate but at the same time, we're not, going to disrupt activities have. To ballpark we're not gonna tolerate Civil disobedience or any type of illegal activity the, organizers say the effort is not just a. Push for awareness but for, change and that often doesn't come without discomfort Cheryl. Corley NPR news Chicago Okay now we have this story of the big and pretty surprising. Silicon Valley apology yesterday tesla. Reported that, over the, past three months its losses doubled but. The company also bragged that it's now making five thousand of its brand new more affordable models. Every week but here's the big. Surprise tesla CEO Elon Musk apologized to. Investors for his behavior repeatedly. Musk has gotten in hot water lately for his aggressive and sometimes offensive rants on. Social media NPR's, jasmine cars has the story tusla's may earnings call, was infamously bizarre this is how an irritated Elon Musk. Responded to one analysts, question Questions. Are cool back in the days leading up to this year. Second financial report, there was a lot of buys not. About the cars but about Elon Musk nobody. Expected this budget for being played on the all. This comes after a turbulent period for musk in. Which. He went all Konya west on Twitter like last year when. A public transportation blogger, called his ideas elitist Musk's simply responded you're, an idiot investors. Have not been amused by acting like that it does cause some those investors to to question and may not. Support them so makes it. Harder for, them to, raise money gene Munster works at loop. Of venture capital company that follows tesla monster says investors have reached out to express concern public. Opinion is key to this company's. Growth tesla doesn't use regular advertising these. Word of mouth so the. Point there is that by him alien Meeting some of his referral network. That can actually have a negative impact on.

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Tesla shares rise as investors embrace cash comments, Musk apology

Morning Edition

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Tesla shares rise as investors embrace cash comments, Musk apology

"The message these get out because you got political leaders. That keeps saying everything's okay as cargo is not okay you got a lot of counties on the south. West and east side and no economic development but on the north. Side I really feel People I live in a real real joyous good life over here and. Because violence persist in some Chicago neighborhoods Hardiman and other organizers say Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson need, to step down Streets our streets and shut it down have become common refrains at protests across the country in recent years many prompted by fatal encounters between police and, unarmed black men. Early last month demonstrating Chicago wants to go over the. Lanes of a major expressway as they called for an end to city violence and neighborhood investment now comes today's protests aimed at lake shore Dr Mitchell moss the director of the center for transportation at New York University says. Using roads and. Infrastructure has become, a central feature of this country's protest movement in the twenty first, century in part because I think they're much. More visible and important also, because the protests affects many more people Chicago police. Spokesman Anthony Guliani says there. Will be several hundred Chicago police, officers present at today's event. Were there to protect their right to demonstrate but at the same time, we're not, going to disrupt activities have. To ballpark we're not gonna tolerate Civil disobedience or any type of illegal activity the, organizers say the effort is not just a. Push for awareness but for, change and that often doesn't come without discomfort Cheryl. Corley NPR news Chicago Okay now we have this story of the big and pretty surprising. Silicon Valley apology yesterday tesla. Reported that, over the, past three months its losses doubled but. The company also bragged that it's now making five thousand of its brand new more affordable models. Every week but here's the big. Surprise tesla CEO Elon Musk apologized to. Investors for his behavior repeatedly. Musk has gotten in hot water lately for his aggressive and sometimes offensive rants on. Social media NPR's, jasmine cars has the story tusla's may earnings call, was infamously bizarre this is how an irritated Elon Musk. Responded to one analysts, question Questions. Are cool back in the days leading up to this year. Second financial report, there was a lot of buys not. About the cars but about Elon Musk nobody. Expected this budget for being played on the all. This comes after a turbulent period for musk in. Which. He went all Konya west on Twitter like last year when. A public transportation blogger, called his ideas elitist Musk's simply responded you're, an idiot investors. Have not been amused by acting like that it does cause some those investors to to question and may not. Support them so makes it. Harder for, them to, raise money gene Munster works at loop. Of venture capital company that follows tesla monster says investors have reached out to express concern public. Opinion is key to this company's. Growth tesla doesn't use regular advertising these. Word of mouth so the. Point there is that by him alien Meeting some of his referral network. That can actually have a negative impact on.

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"guliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day the message needs to get out because. You got leaders that keeps saying everything's okay as a cargo is not okay you got a lot of. Comedies on the south west and east side and no economic development but on a north I really feel people live in a real real joyous a good life over here and because violence persist. In. Some Chicago neighborhoods Hardiman and other organizers say Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and police superintendent Eddie Johnson. Need to step down Streets our streets and shut it down have become common refrains at protests across the country in recent years many prompted by, fatal encounters between. Police and unarmed black men early last month demonstrating Chicagoans to. Over the lanes of a major expressway as they called for an end to city violence and neighborhood investment now comes today's protests aimed at lake shore Dr Mitchell moss the director of the Rudin center for transportation at New. York University says. Using roads and, infrastructure has become a central feature of this country's protest movement in, the twenty first century in part because I. Think they're much more of, and part also because the protests affects many more. People Chicago police spokesman. Anthony Guliani says there will be several hundred Chicago, police officers present at today's event. Were there to protect their right to demonstrate but at the same time, we're not, going to disrupt activities out. To ballpark we're not gonna tolerate Civil disobedience or any type of illegal activity the, organizers say the effort is not just a. Push for awareness but for, change and that often doesn't come without discomfort Cheryl. Corley NPR news Chicago.

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"guliani" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back. So we knew I think on Monday, we were talking about how the night before on Sunday Trump was really going crazy on the Twitter really releasing his Twitter fingers, and people were like, I wonder what was going on. We'll that we were speculating. That's because Paul manafort's trial was about to start and they maybe that has something to do it. And then Rudy Guliani was out here just fucking up left and right and burning store. Yeah. Well, you know, that's that's how I label people. You know what I mean? Trump has his Guliani. Oh yeah, I'm here. I'm here really heavily anus. Ooh. Bruni right now. We got a record that record that. And we'll retake that before the segment and we're back so. Now we see last night or this morning Trump had all kinds of tweets, and I just kind of wanna break down each tweet to sort of indicate what this is sort of about because there's a few things giving Donald Trump trouble right now in terms of his legal jeopardy, because he's not a good boy. So this morning is first off top. He's just fires off a tweet about agent. Peter Struck who's the FBI agent who tweeted or who messaged Lisa page, I think is your name who's in FBI lawyer about? He's like, we can't. We like this guy. We have to stop this guy, meaning talking about Trump. And then yeah, the Republicans just took that one snippet even though he said, all this other stuff around it to say the FBI was against Donald Trump the whole time when really that's the FBI doesn't work like that unless they're trying to kill civil rights leaders. But so, yeah, them too. They all work together. So he goes FBI agent, Peter Struck on the Muller team Prentice. He should have recused himself on day one, and he's sort of a, it's a quote that Alan Dershowitz gave. You know, amazing legal mind, but he said the FBI was out to stop the election of Donald Trump. He needed an insurance policy. Those are legal. Improper goal is trying to influence the election. He should never have been allowed to remain in the FBI while he himself was being investigated. This is a real issue, won't go into a mother report because mother is going to protect these guys. Muller has an interest in creating the illusion of objectivity around this investigation. So again, this is an attack on the Muller investigation. He's trying to discredit Robert Muller and the FBI and it seems like he clearly, this is a tweet of somebody who's worried, you know, you don't just fire this off out of nowhere. But this is clearly this is his attempt of being like you're listening to our mother because he's fucking wag anyway, is sort of how I'm distilling that. Then next up, he really starts cranking the volume up on the panic stereo. He says, this is a terrible situation, attorney general Jeff Sessions trumped up, Russian. Oh, I mean, I normally have another one, but such like this outraged white guy, this is terrible. Okay. It would do this. There's a terrible situation anyway. All right. Tony, general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged witch hunt right now before continues to stay in our country. Five that Bob Ma is a tote is a totally conflicted, and he's seventeen angry. Democrats that are doing his daddy work or a disgrace to USA is the Australian version. But again, he's he's literally saying attorney attorney general Jeff Sessions, stop the fucking investigation..

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"guliani" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KGO 810

"You doing tonight i'm well thank you no repeat for me what guliani said and and and tell me that not every american would want the things leveled against them to be known i mean what do you do you even a just drag me into court and say well you know we we know he did something you gotta tell what you're after specifically well he's not being dragged in properly he's not being dragged into court there's an investigation that's underway now look testify no no no they don't want him to testify testifying is what you do in court they they want to interview him they wanna question him because they're involved in an investigation and they have done we says matters they have not what of course it matters otherwise they wouldn't wanna tone but they have not said that he is the target of the investigation they've said he is a subject of the investigation now if they charge him criminally then he is a defendant at that and then of course he he has the right to understand the charges against he has the right to know who his accusers are he has the right to an impartial jury oh pardon me and what he's accused oh yeah if he's a defendant which he is not he is simply a sending me any any why would they need any statement it's not a statement they want to interview and they wanna ask him west what is it what is he going ted interview they he's already muller has already sent the questions to the lawyers as he didn't actually send the questions they spoke on the phone and they told them the general areas that they want to talk about what the subject matter is what it is they wanna talk about the lawyers then put that into question form and they released to the public so we've had the opportunity to see it that way nothing's been himself on today are those types of questions and they don't have anything to do with his i don't have anything to do with no he doesn't have to incriminate himself he can always say just be done in a form you know you asked the question how right you answer is that what you think would happen if you were somebody who was a person of interest in an investigation do you think that the police would or the investigators that would simply allow you to answer a question here you said police detectives work in a police department they are this is a special counsel there may be criminality don't call me dear either that's that's offensive but yeah but i i don't think you quite understand ted let me see if i can explain it to i'm not a lawyer and i don't want to get this wrong for you but let me see if i can explain it this is an investigation he has been authorized the special counsel has enormous power in this investigation in the course of the investigation they're seeking a lot of documents and they are talking to people they're interviewing people they're asking people about information that they have come into possession of they're asking people to explain what they know about certain circumstances that are involved in the investigation there are so many people they've interviewed not all of those people are people who are going to face any sort of charges any indictment anything at all they're being interviewed because they may provide information that is important to the investigation donald trump and every other american i mean you still have your rights there are things that you don't have to answer but you can't say i'm simply not going to talk to you or you can say that unless you're subpoenaed and if you're subpoenaed then you have an obligation to respond and you can bring your lawyer with you and there and your.

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"guliani" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That there was no crime committed and there was no prosecutable offence not understanding the elements and the risks of using technology outside of the appropriate channels of government is stupid but it's not criminal here are the facts the fbi did not initiate the clinton email investigation that investigation was referred to the fbi in july two thousand fifteen by the inspector general for national security and the fbi did not seek that work but they had no choice after the referral news was leaked to the fbi that the investigation had been opened and mrs clinton was not pleased so one of the distinct and she went to the new york times and she went to the fbi and she said some things in public that were completely untrue that this was a national security review when it was in fact a investigation of whether her conduct was or was not criminal so mrs clinton lied to the american public i don't like that in my politicians and it's not the first time that one of the clinton's has done something like that but the result was that the fbi would neither confirm nor deny which is their standard practice when they are investigating something and they have not reached a conclusion as to whether or not it is criminal and prosecutable their normal reaction is not to make any public statements both because they don't want to infer something negative on someone who's not guilty of a crime and secondly because they don't want to tip off the guy they're investigating but at that point in july of twenty fifteen deputy director of the fbi at that time mark guliani no told james komi you know you are and i'm going to use a bad word here you know you're totally screwed bright to which komi in his book says he replied yes and he goes on to say at the core of mark's gallows humor was a gallows and this is where i completely agree with komi no matter what be honest outcome the institution that being the fbi credibility and mine would will be will be damaged the only question is how much and he goes on to say there's a certain freedom in being totally screwed in knowing you will be attack no matter what you do and as a result of deciding that he'd be judged ill either by acting or not acting he and the inspector general argue he was he was he acted and then the attorney general is absolutely correct he was insubordinate he was a subordinate to attorney general loretta lynch and deputy assistant attorney general sally yates.

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"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Come on where's that old devin nunes memo's spirit as in this meeting we were right all alone or are you still embarrassed by what a nothing burger the newness memo was but let not your hearts be troubled rightwing trump parts i can almost guarantee you as we speak devin nunes in his stooges are huddled together this weekend preparing yet another stupid memo that will assert this classified meeting prove they were right all alone except that it didn't and they weren't as they did with the last nuno's nemo they'll be lying with this level know and if they're smart they'll distance themselves from the original nunez memo and not even use that word memo at all call it a dictum perhaps which would be doubly appropriate given what a colossal dick kevin newness is so you heard scarborough bring up guliani remarks on trump cancelling the nobel meeting with kim jong un and joe alluded to the stupid comment rudy made to the fake failing washington post which of course begs the question why would he be talking to the washington post answer because as you heard earlier from lesley stahl they're playing you for rubes dupes and suckers when they trash the media when you are a criminal surrounded by criminals the last thing that will benefit you is an honest press they were talking about a future possible meeting between trump and earned and rudy said quote i think it's more inevitable that a muller interview at least they're not gonna try and trap them into korean perjury and quote i mean sometimes you almost have to wonder his guliani working for robert muller i mean really and once again the only people who are susceptible to perjury traps are liars rudy stop telling us trump is a liar those of us who live in the real world have known this for years and quite frankly so do loyal trump the differences they don't care because hillary we will dwellers however absolutely do care and i gotta ask you again do you not see what a farcical food barred messed this entire catastrophic trump circus truly is every damn one of them are additionally for traveling freak show it's like they're all trying to out ridiculous one another and succeeding and yet the most ridiculous of all.

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"guliani" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Service named the fbi that anyone is ever under any circumstances allowed to offer their opinion of evidence in the middle of an investigation or at the end of an investigation right alerts you indict right there's a quote in my book that every prosecutor un if you will say that's exactly right and i mean republican prosecutors prosecutors were part of the bill clinton whiteboard border group who i've talked to there is a single prosecutor i've ever met and most fbi agents i've talked to for the book who say that you're ever allowed to offer your opinion as the evidence other than through an indictment in fact the quote in the book is for months senior justice department official from the bush administration you know what we don't do anne we don't shame and not charge it's not allowed well why do you think he did it is this another case where maybe you agree with trump that either grandstand her and it was ego in vanity or do you really think he or do you think he's um he was politically motivated and he was doing the bidding of the anti hillary kabbah's inside the fbi maybe not i don't know about critical motivation he's very kirk rudy giuliani rejected guliani hired her you work on the mark rich investigation when it became us attorney he investigate go quit you volunteer to work route d'amato on whitewater so there are a tinges is a republican bias they are but he also stood up to george w bush and grandstand at that moment credit senator chuck schumer rachel at that the world through that he was mr integrity mr independent he could even stand up to republican president under surveillance broke up so i've tried to figure this guy out i call them to offer to hear his side of the story had already heard in all the newspapers because he's very good at saying his friends and associates.

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"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Magic if you haven't tried it you know it's a there is a chris milk says a talking about vr is like dancing about architecture it's it's hard to talk about so testament listen rights stanford sight helped me overcome a severe fear of flying with vieira i couldn't be more grateful hashtag vr for everyone the clinical uses a vr we can talk about some amazing work by my colleague kim bullock that's helping people overcome different types of disorders by a bit movement disorders by having them practice physical therapy a kids with chronic regional paint syndrome my colleague brenda guliani at stanford we've been using viewer to help kids over a come her help kids do their physical therapy who've got crp and it really helps motivate them to get that worked and gives them what we call self efficacy to believe they can do it then moore's being used ali psychologically clinically but medically in fact laura says as anyone using vr to work with children with autism knelt than practice social skills there are one of the most frustrating parts of my life and vr is there's probably 15 to 20 academic studies that shows that vr can help kids who have autism i get emails from parents as well they should ask me what when can i use this and i just don't know of of products out there that you can download right now or or clinicians who have dedicated their space to it so if this gaping in a disconnect where we the academic research we know for example i've published a study with my colleague peter monday from uc davis that shows a you can use vr for kids with autism to train things like i contact and different social skills and there's academic research out there i just don't know of products that parents can use now well lot of ethical questions here a lot of concerns but also lot of uses games movies life altering experiences who may want to indeed at your voice here and you can do so by emailing us forum on kqed that order going to our website kqedorg slash form particularly like to hear from some of you who have had either good or bad experiences with.

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"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"guliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The annie e casey foundation shall from npr news this is all things considered i'm yalies you and i'm robert siegel one main goal of president trump's trip to asia is to rally in america's allies there to help put pressure on north korea but two of those allies have a lot to work out between themselves south korea and japan their tensions date back to japan's occupation of korea in the first part of the 20th century and i've seen as tensions play out in south korea where i'm usually based this is the story of one of them over a bronze of a young girl she sits in a chair staring straight ahead with a look of determination she has shortcropped hair as a humble a traditional korean dress she's barefoot next to her is an empty chair she's known as the peace statue whom vision through he hit the girl memorialize is women like on jumps she's now eighty nine and says she's visited the statue often it symbolizes the youth she lost at age thirteen when the japanese imperial army abducted her from her village move human guliani what i remembers that i was forcibly taken out of korea thou and taken to china develop the united nations estimates two hundred thousand girls and women mostly koreans were seized from villages to join japan's military sexual slavery graham before during the second world war one more than you could tap on young what can i say things they wanted to do according to their desires they came to be known as comfort women they served at temporary brothels near the frontlines often tensor wooden shacks surrounded by barb dwyer and they were forced to have sex with as many as seventy japanese soldiers per day could jury madam if he didn't know when they wanted us to do uh uh what more could we possibly do besides just wait until korea was liberated the practice ended a 1945 with the end of the war on is one of a few dozen comfort women still alive the pain of what happened to these women is felt so deeply by koreans that korean populations around the world have put up replicas of.

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