17 Burst results for "Henry Paulson"

"henry paulson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Cruise industry regulator. They used to be separate now. They have the balance sheets so you can buy the summer. He's not in the individual ballots. But you can buy summary Balance Sheet or all all of the New York Stock Exchange members and it will show you on their you know four hundred billion dollars worth of felt receive asked at and and five hundred billion dollars worth fell to deliver liabilities. So they just the banks and brokerages keep it as an asset for what somebody uh-huh stem somebody else. Okay wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. But that asset and liability that they put on there could be more than what's an existence distance. Oh clearly is otherwise they would just making it up. They just got ghost money. A lot of a lot of money. Okay so when did this unwind is the easy part like they said they can so Goldman Sachs and all these guys they all became banks in two thousand and eight hundred. They could line in order to get money from the Fed ex. Earl money's Armani's you know they get paid interest on excess reserves. Whatever Monday mates they live with leading interest onto digits? Making money on it but what happens is the real. Calamity is on the government side of these corporations. That's right and in a sense on the government side or that the public debt side of US treasuries because all of those bonds they're selling that don't exist that if they were forced to put those like if they were forced to close out and say okay you can't sell something you don't have it Cetera. Then we would be paying lower rates of interest on the national debt and so that's money out of our pockets. That's your Puckett mytalk. I know it's just a rip off of the money in our pocket and you know this this system has done to do this. This is my point that DTCC BTC BTC. These these mechanisms are there to allow this to happen. It's not it's not to prevent it there. It's it's due to this system that they're able to do it and when you go we need to have this system to stop this or regulate this keep an accounting of this. They go okay. Well we'll just sell all stuff that isn't there and we'll have liabilities and assets that we put it on a line on her spreadsheet and it's all good look at the auditors here. I got a line here. But sooner or later the music stops stops and people want their money their assets and all. This stuff is in pensions and just like around the world. They're going to the pension. Say you don't got no more than haircuts and less for you and more for us because we can we passed a law and it says it's kind of your money you just can't have it now until we take it and haircut. You and I'm going. WHOA win? This starts art. And it's coming everybody's going to get it out. I want my and they're not going to be able to pay them off. It's going to be done so they got a what what's going to happen Suzanne. What's going to happen what you saw exactly? We saw in September two thousand eight. And that was the day that everybody lined up and said Okay liquidate take my shares sell bonds. I need the cash things going south. I people needed money to pay for things that they didn't have any more. And that's exactly what you saw. Shut this massive drop in market value varies because you simply people just started selling out so right now you're buying more than exists and so pushes. The market price of the stock market goes up and when everybody tries to sell more than excess. When you get rash big giant Karash? Let me tell you one thing that we don't hear about the financial market you'll the plunge protection team okay. I put that in the plunge protection team that they're you L.. Day prop up something on the weekend so Monday at done crash. So I'm going the presidential financial markets. Whatever the hell and I put a Google word search news announcement? It's like you put it on Phoenix. Or you know your name or something case someone in comes up and that I don't get anything. Nobody's talking about the plunge protection team. It never hardly comes up. I mean it's like it's like stricken from the Internet. They're not talking about they're manipulating and doing which I know they are. So I'm going okay when this starts to unravel they're going to be doing the Henry Paulson thing your brain or your your signature is going to be on the this deal of whatever whether you like it or not kind of thing and I have no idea what they're going to pull out of there but this next time. What do you think it's going to be because when they can't settle then what then? What so? I think the right now. The the question is where's the like where. Where is that happening? Like where style keeping the Federal Reserve all their economists. And everybody's talking about where it's like. Where is it now being higher? The freaking planets a bubble. But it's usually ends up being like one. There's one crap like which looks.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I think is intended scholars as American counterparts not discussing or even debating well. Because of. Donald Trump administration's the so-called, the national and strategic reports among a your go and also national defense report a month ago, and the post reports you the China as as strategy to dig strategic competitor. And the both reports wrote that the biggest challenge oh biggest threat to the United States was not terrorism was it was China and Russia's competition and also because of trade frictions between China and United States. Many people are not that optimistic about bilateral relations. I think that the financial relations are now in transition period the past forty years the constructive cooperation. Ration-? And now the relationships ship is entering a transitional period in that period. There are though were still be corporations coordinating, but would be more frictions more competition between countries, and they'll be also accommodations and compromise. And after maybe ten years or you intent years in the process of that kind of interactions. There will be a new model of interaction between China and the United States. Well, you must former secretary of treasury Henry Paulson recently said in a speech in Singapore that for forty years, the US China relationship has been characterized by the integration of goose capital technology and people, but now seems to countries are d- integrating in all these baskets, for example with seeing the arrest of the. Always f-. Oh, and as we know Washington has pushed intially Benning Chinese students from studying science or engine nearing subjects in the US. So do you feel that they are potential risks of a reversal of the China US Thais? We cannot denies that potential. But I think the integration of the both economist is a form that during the process of collaboration. You know, it's no country, and nor government has such a power your to stop that integration or to change of integration completely. And a lot of US scholars America..

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"henry paulson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on KCRW

"Be wrong. George packer. Thank you. Thank you. David politics, our economy and our environment. They're all interconnected, and what we're seeing here is that we can't fix any one of these things without tackling all three to some extent. Adam Davidson, our financial reporter is with us. Adam we have the president that we have at least for another couple of years, and whose attitude toward financial system whose attitude toward the toward climate change is what it is. And it is unlikely to change it's unlikely to change what can be done right now. Whether it has to do with the financial system, which we've been discussing or climate change and their interaction that could cause us to be setting a better course, and certainly without Trump in the picture after two years what could be done to set. A better course, you mentioned, of course, carbon tax what else? So first of all, I think that the American presidency is a uniquely powerful office. And there is no real solution. Without having an American president who embraces the necessity for that change. There's some opportunities to build coalitions between the US and civil society in Europe and China and the citizens have to take this on ourselves and not just not just by marching. Although marching not a problem. But by really fleshing out the tangible solutions we've seen that in other areas we've seen that in the civil rights struggle, which seemed that in in in the gay rights struggle we've seen that in a million areas where Australian of courses in the civil rights struggle. You had a president who is susceptible to pressure that the March on Selma happened the violence and Selma happened and a defected Lyndon Johnson. And Lyndon Johnson was able to leverage that in congress. You don't have that political situation. The to me the fundamental difference between the financial crisis and the environmental crisis comes down to that with the financial crisis. Henry Paulson had something that we don't have yet with the environmental crisis. He had a day. It was a Thursday morning where he was able to get the leaders of congress. They was able to get everyone into a room and say if you do x y and z we will save the world if you don't the world will end your call, and it was sharp and specific and the pressure was unimaginable. The difference is that when we see hurricanes in Florida when we see the southern tip of Manhattan, practically underwater, we can somehow or if the politicians are like John Donald Trump. They can somehow flip it around and say that this has nothing to do with climate. Yeah. And by then it's too late. I mean, I think a lot of people see the the the recent UN report a lot of people see the the hurricane season as were there. Now, we. We're getting the message it's time, but not enough people are getting that. And it's not gonna come down to this decision on this day. And what we seem to know is politicians and lots of people are not good at taking important action about the future. Unless there is that kind of signal do it today or we all die. Adam.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Some potentially very serious issues in Europe when banks are selling half of one of their book value or less that is telling you something about the underlying health of those institutions. Well, we don't recognize that it assessing their soundness. I think we make a serious mistake. Well, former European Central Bank president, John. Trichet cautions. It's not just the financial institutions that create concern suggesting that governments continue to resist long-needed financial reforms and not doing a good job in terms of fiscal policies. Incomes of precisely of meditation of leverage in the public debt and so forth. So if we want to avoid petition of the drama, which took place Daniels, a group, we have to step in or partners have to step it, of course, stock market investors, don't seem to be anywhere near as worried as this long list of concerns speakers but indicate but the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Robert Kaplan points out. This is exactly the time to remain vigilant and ensure a safe banking system when times are good big banks, at least and big financial institution should have more capital and should have tough stress testing. Because when you have a downturn that isn't the time you want then start regulating more stringently financial system that you wanna do it. When times are good and for me still. That's the lesson. I think it's worth continuing reminder cells of the legacy of leeann lessons learned and perhaps yet to be learned. Karen? All right, Bob. Thank you for three weeks at this time in September of two thousand eight US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, which charged with preventing the collapse of the US economy this weekend. Bloomberg television broadcast a Bloomberg business week special where Paulsen recounts the days leading up to and after the crisis. Just one moment..

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"henry paulson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ran a Bank that sold mortgages to Fannie and Freddie, north Mark capital. He remembers the panic in the market. I had many friends who had companies that failed markets were freezing the Ivy L ability of capital was going away and the housing finance system was in process of collapsing. Then. On september. Sixth two thousand eight tax payers came to the rescue Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson gave a press conference the next day Fannie Mae, and Freddie MAC are so large and interwoven in our financial system that a failure of either of them would cause great turmoil in the financial markets here at home and around the globe. The bailout allowed treasury to buy billions of dollars in fannies and Freddie stock giving the company's a much-needed injection of cash and they were placed under the control of their regulator the Federal Housing finance agency. So the goal was really to be a temporary conservative ship were as Hank Paulson called it at the time a timeout for Fannie, and Freddie that's Josh Rosner with the research and consulting firm Graham Fisher here, we are ten years later. It hasn't been temporary. That's for certain nor has it really been frankly, restoring Fannie, and Freddie to solvency the companies have made money as the housing market has recovered. But in two thousand twelve treasury ordered Fannie and Freddie to hand over all of their prophets each quarter. Meaning roster says they have very little capital on their books to cushion, future losses. So essentially all the prophets went to repay what they had borrowed. But now they've repaid well over one hundred billion dollars more than they borrowed. So why are they still under government control? Good old fashioned, Washington gridlock. Everyone agrees you have to change the system, but there's major political disagreement on what the change should be done. Layton is CEO of Freddie, MAC on the more progressive side. It's preserve affordable housing goals and a strong role in the mortgage markets. We've we've traditionally had on the conservative side, it's shrink them. They should have less. Roll the market should be more private. And that debate continues with no resolution in sight yet. Layton has worked to shift more of Freddie, MAC's credit risk. To private investors and with much higher standards for the mortgages advice. There's less of that risk than before the crisis. Laurie Goodman is co director of the urban institute's housing finance policy center. She says the system is working well enough that there's not much urgency in congress to fix it. My view is that will be in conservative ship for the balance of my professional life, and maybe my personal life as well so much for Henry Paulson's timeout. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. This final note on the way out today and coming soon to a multiplex near you Barbie Thomas the tank engine Hot Wheels American girl as well. As various and sundry, Fisher, Price toys, come denominator. Mattel is the parent company of all of them. And it announced today it starting a film division trying to do the Hasbro transformers thing, I.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ben Bernanke Tim Geithner and, Henry Paulson all hell's a press briefing yesterday and all voiced varying degrees of concern about America's ability to combat another financial meltdown do you share any of their concerns I always Turns in terms of how to come down financial meltdown and they were very hard to fight even when you're even when you have a lot of. Tools disposal My biggest concern is the. Whole he's been I mean it's gonna ever since the last what is that where we're going to, try to fight the last war in the next financial crisis there will be an expert at some point Is not likely. To be the same as the last one I don't think it will. Emanate for the banking system because the banking system is his his has just got a tremendous amount of capital and hasn't. Been taking on the risk that, it didn't in prior cycle but outside of. The banking system a lot of other entities are taking risks and so I think the next financial crisis. Look very different from the last one in. Probably won't impact the banking sector. Is much on that subject let me throw your curve ball what is the risk of some serious repercussions from the tariffs Well it's rising It's very hard to say when we're we're in, a trade War I think that a trade war would actually begin with one country was upping the tariffs on another. In right now everybody seems to, just, be matching whatever whatever, the United States and we haven't implemented anywhere near as much as. We've talked about and I'm hoping that that most of the most of this rhetoric would not actually come into reality until after, the midterm elections and I'm hoping that that after that that will see things cool off, a little bit but there's really nothing to do. More, than hope no I think it's important for folks to two separate up the rhetoric from the tactics which are the tariffs primarily from the objective and the objective it often gets talked. About as protectionism. It's not protectionism the objective is to modernize, our trade relationships which which are woefully, out of date, particularly with China but also with. Traditional trading partners, so so I, I don't know. It's, very hard To accomplish that, without having some. Sort of hammer But as an economist tariffs are never really are figured tool But the season Mark Vitner senior economist. At Wells Fargo thank you very much for.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Course kathleen hayes and she tells us that president trump's move will be welcomed by japan it seems to me that he may be also getting ready to take steps that are so important for asia ex china this again is something that japan and other nations want in place because they to want to counter china's rising power in the region particularly when it comes to trade trump an album will also likely discuss the us tariffs on steel and aluminum and the possibility of japan being granted an exemption from these levies on sunday japan and china will begin their first high level economic dialogue in nearly eight years we'll get more on that story from bloomberg's ramy inocencio chinese foreign minister wong e will visit japan for three days to meet his counterpart taro kono bilateral trade and investment is strong but the relationship has been plagued by problems in recent years including a territorial dispute in the south china sea one topic that maybe discussed is japan filing to join a us complaint to the world trade organization about china's intellectual property practices the issue is one at the heart of president donald trump's proposed tariffs on chinese exports ramy inocencio bloomberg daybreak asia and that issue of intellectual property theft arguably a more important part of the us china trade dispute nobel prize winning economist joseph stiglitz believes the us still hasn't figured out the rules of the road and he points to the trump administration in particular one of the problems in the past is that the pharmaceutical industry and the entertainment industry have ruined dictated america's perspectives on intellectual property and wisconsin for the pharmaceutical industry and entertainment industry is not good for the advancement of science and learning jenner and an extra part of the reason why we're in predicament stiglitz fuck we believe the china institute executive summit well speaking of u s china trade president trump said washington and beijing ultimately may end up levying no new tariffs on each other former us treasury secretary henry paulson agreed that tensions are likely to subside trainees are prepared to have some concrete market openings structural reforms other steps that particularly if they can accelerate the time line abed would be a win for both countries paul said also speaking there at the.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Japan and other nations want in place because they to want to counter china's rising power in the region particularly when it comes to trade trump and abby will also likely discuss the us tariffs on steel and aluminium and the possibility of japan being a grunted an exemption from these levees meantime on sunday japan and china will begin their first level high economic dialogue nearly eight years that story from bloomberg's ramy inocencio chinese foreign minister wong e will visit japan for three days to meet as counterpart taro kono bilateral trade and investment is strong but the relationship has been plagued by problems in recent years including territorial dispute in the south china sea one topic that may be discussed is japan dan filing to join a us complaint to the world trade organization about china's intellectual property practices the issue is one at the heart of president donald trump's proposed tariffs on chinese exports ramy inocencio the issue of intellectual property theft is arguably a more impart potent part to the us china trade dispute nobel prize winning economist joseph stiglitz believe united states doesn't figure out the rules of the road and he points to the trump administration in particular one of the problems in the past is that the pharmaceutical industry and the entertainment industry have really dictated america's perspectives on intellectual property and we good for the pharmaceutical industry and entertainment industry is not good for the advancement of science and learning in general and an extra part of the reason where why we're in this predicament stick this speaking with the china institute executive summit and speaking of us china trade president trump said washington and beijing ultimately may end up living no new tariffs on one another former us treasury secretary henry paulson agrees the tensions are likely to subside the chinese are prepared to have some concrete market openings structural reforms other steps that particularly if they can accelerate the time line bed would be a win for both countries.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Eight seven seven five three to five seven nine seven let's go line one welcomed lead joining us from florida listening on exum 126 urban view lee logging to keeping a real what ribbon al sharpton you got andrei yeah yeah andrei first of all rv you're absolutely right a we're at the first of all it's not or do this or do that you can just to delete the the or or conjunction and put a and do this and that we would do one thing they do a lousy but what's what's the spurs that tax cuts was more about the republicans it was about trump they've been trying to do this forever and and the air for the policy of it is paul ryan co up on government assistance because his father died and he's cuttingedge famous this is what others have bought and then you've got a russia's good fbi bad i think is but the world started to upside down here are no jokingly i mean just bizarre absolutely bizarre and then i can understand you know if you want everybody to shoulder the burden of putting this country on a even more solid footing than the one donald trump inherited from president obama 'cause he inherited a very strong economy they could where we was folks back in two thousand eight when henry paulson came to congress and said alicia give us seven hundred billion dollars the whole economies got a collapse that's what he said we were on the brink of economic collapse what did donald trump inherit he inherited a very good economy a strong jobs market the whole nine we will lose a seven hundred fifty thousand jobs every month when president obama got elected now we're gaining donald trump came in and where gain into three million jobs every month or you know so you know if we going to put this country on a more solid footing everybody should help do that not just a poor don't give massive tax cuts to the rich and ask for the poor to do without not right folks that's unamerican stay with.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on WJR 760

"The people that lost money in the two thousand eight financial crisis low to point fingers and blame others for their loss but they really have no one to blame but themselves welcome back to america's wealth management show i'm dan barber along with but kaspar thanks so much for joining us today i'm not just talking about people who got caught in the housing bubble i'm talking about people who never or who were over invested in the stock market and let's just think about this bud the reality is that you and i along with a number of other people out there in our industry in mid two thousand and seven were looking at what was going on and we were shaken our heads say and this makes no sense it doesn't make any sense this can't end well and you recall that in somewhere mid two thousand and seven we began with many of our clients getting more conservative and our clients were looking at us in there were saying what are you guys do one why are you getting more defensive right now i mean look at the housing market look at the unemployment rates look at what's going on in the economy looked at the stock market henry paulson was talking about how this was the strongest economy he'd seen in this entire business lifetime ben bernanke he's talking about how great things are an even in the wake as the dotcombubble start or not the the the housing market the subprime crisis started to show its ugly face even at that point we still had denial and it was big time and people were so complacent at that time they thought what we came up this dot com bubble and we went through his bedtime and we've only been this market.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The years i would guess that gary cohn is much more qualified as just an effective human being than the people who have been there over the years but that doesn't mean that i want him at the federal reserve i think there are some aspects of his career i think there are some aspects of viewpoint it make him dangerous to be at the fed does spite is talent all right let's explore goldman sachs got itself into a lot of trouble during the financial crisis but then again started everybody and gary cohn was right there watching the decline and then well he didn't accept the czech stuffed into the pocket of the goldman sachs number one but that check with stuffed in by hank paulsen then secretary of state as secretary of treasury and goldman sachs accepted the pavement in order to get it through a rough patch his gary cohn did to carry gun learn from that does that make him more sensitive to the power of the federal government and the weakness of the federal government i almost like that irrelevant and and let me explain the facts are goldman sachs became a bank holding company overnight even though it's not a deposittaking institution i don't dislike goldman sachs i think it's an amazing investment bank i worked hurts so most talented people i've ever been around but i do think it's dangerous because henry paulson when he was at goldman was very loudly against bail out the first lesson they teach you at goldmann is that investment banking in banking needs are ephemeral businesses be careful because your mistake could lead could bring the firm down and so basically paulson was against a bail out until he was 4 them at treasury and so the the fear within me is that while i think the fed power of the economy is overrated the fed did have a role in bailing out financial institutions back in two thousand eight and i worry that coned passed might inform more bail out that would weaken the financial system not not strengthen up a weaken it what do we know that cones physician about the twin mandate of the federal reserve these many years which is to worry about the money supply that is inflation and to worry about employment as discount have bold opinions my memory is the goldman sachs a short which drug at such things my guess is that gary cohn.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The years i would guess that gary cohn is much more qualified as just an effective human being than the people who have been there over the years but that doesn't mean that i want him at the federal reserve i think there are some aspects of his career i think there are some aspects of as you point but make him dangerous to be at the fed despite his talents all right let's explore goldman sachs got itself into a lot of trouble during the financial crisis but then again so did everybody die and gary cohn was right there watching the decline and then well he didn't accept the uh check stuffed into the pocket of the goldman sachs number one but that check with stuffed in by hank pulse and then secretary of state as secretary of treasury and goldman sachs accepted the pavement in order to pat get it through a rough patch his gary cohn did to carry guns learn from that does that make him more sensitive to the power of the federal government and the weakness of the federal government i almost think that's irrelevant in and let me explain the facts are goldman sachs became a bank holding company overnight even though it's not a deposittaking institution i don't dislike goldman sachs i think it's an amazing investment bank i worked hurts so most talented people i've ever been around but i do think it's dangerous because henry paulson when he was at goldman was very loudly against bailouts the first lesson they teach you at goldmann is that investment banking in banking these are ephemeral businesses be careful because your mistake could lead could bring the firm down and so basically paulson was against bailouts until he was 4 them at treasury and so the the fear within me is that while i think the fed's power of the economy is overrated the fed did have a role in bailing out financial institutions back in two thousand eight and i worry that cones passed might inform more bail out that would weaken the financial system not not strengthen of but we can what do we know that cones position about the twinned mandate of the federal reserve these many years which is to worry about the money supply that is inflation and worry about employment has discount have bold opinions my memory is the goldman sachs would shrugged such things my guess.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What happened during the during the crisis seven inouye maxine water's cold in treasury secretary henry paulson now now asking me with him about minorityowned banks of course every white person from wall street is cowered in the corner when maxi waters calls so she called for a meeting with henry paulson what happened in a meeting in how she and her family benefit and also saw showed up when he got there there were only one person there and that person was maxine waters us then who would boy of a bank at the time and so he ended up bail and they'll i'll this is so amazing because the media is aware of this and they are not reporting it no um but in the end up bill this fake out because of many other banks will go under at the time they ended up delegates fake out at maxine waters the husband's on board and that while they live vested gatien of that at one time he was being investigated uh about the situation but i don't know what happened to and just just so long united's the name of the bank and one united received twelve million dollars in public money to bail them out other black thanks for not bailed out maxine waters political gun to the head of henry paulson got twelve million dollars in maxine and her husband are happy can you imagine what would have happened had that been a white conservative republican tolls all right donald trump's bank what would have happened with that yes that's right but these people on the democrat side everything that the accused the white conservative christian republicans of doing the georgia themselves and it's not the deal choosing the wrong people have joined it and they'll get away with it at at messy war is definitely one of those people just in my opinion i route one it's tough maxine to go a bill she had the nerve deal jackson key to call for an impeachment of president trump if anyway should be lot double impeach it should be maxine waters.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Henry paulson now asking me with him about minorityowned banks of course every white person from wall street his coward in the corner when maxi waters calls so she called for a meeting with henry paulson what happened in a meeting at how she and her family benefit every also showed up when he got there there were only one person there and that person would back he warning ooh an update at the time he ended up bail out the door may because the media is aware of the reported it no bob but in the end up bill fake out because many of the bank will go under at that time they ended up bill fake out at maxine waters oh boy why gatien of that at one time but he was investigated about the situation but i don't know what happened to it so one united's the name of the bank in one united received twelve million dollars in public money to bail them out other black banks you're not bailed out born maxine waters put a political gun to the head of henry paulson they got twelve million dollars in maxine and her husband are happy can you imagine what would happen i have been a white conservative republican tall from george oh donald trump's bank what would have happened with that that's right but the people on the democrat side everything the accused the white conservative republicans.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Dollars bill wa offering her mother but bye is arrest arrested fo the project not talk about what happened during the during the crisis oh seven and o8 maxine water's cold in treasury secretary henry paulson now asking to meet with him about minorityowned banks of course every white person from wall street is coward in the corner when maxine waters calls so she called for a meeting with henry paulson what happened in a meeting of how she and her family benefit every also showed up when he got there there were only one person there and that person would see awarded art van ooh the board of bank at the time and so he ended up failing and live out if so amazing because the media is aware of this they are not reported it no uh but in the end up bill fake out because of many of the base will go under at a time they ended up bill fake out at maxine waters a boy and the wild investigation of that at one time he wore investigative uh about the situation but i don't know what happened to it appeared oliver so one united's the name of the bank and one united received twelve million dollars in public money to bail them out other black banks for not bailed out born maxine waters political gun to the head of henry paulson they got twelve million dollars and maxine and her husband are happy can you imagine what would happen.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"By her mother cap hey gone detroit he election cycle and her daughter david cared waters at it a bit odd payroll of it is full waters as two thousand eight a code and laws that under thousand dollars of forest service at that time six hundred thousand dollars bill wa offering her mother bye bye see is often arrested afloat the project not talk about what happened during the during the crisis seven inouye eight maxine water's cold in treasury secretary henry paulson not asking to meet with him about minorityowned banks of course every white person from wall street is coward in the corner when maxi waters calls so she called for a meeting with henry paulson what happened in the meeting in how she and her family benefit every also showed up when he got there there were only one person there and that person would see and i've been who on board of a bank at the time and so he ended up fail they'll out if so amazing because the media is aware of this and they are not reported it no uh but she ended up they end up bill fake out because many of the bank will go under at the time they ended up bill fake out at maxine waters a hut on a boy and they'll while investigation of that at one time he was very investigative uh about the situation but i don't know what happened to gyp it appeared on so one united's the name of the bank and one united received twelve million dollars in public money to bail them out other black banks were not bailed out born maxine waters political gun to the head of henry paulson they got twelve million dollars in maxine and her husband are happy can you imagine.

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"henry paulson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"henry paulson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"What happened during the during the crisis seven inouye eight maxine water's cold in treasury secretary henry paulson not asking to meet with him about minorityowned banks of course every white person from wall street is cowered in the corner when maxine waters calls so she called for a meeting with henry paulson what happened in a meeting and how she and her family benefit every also saw showed up when he got there there were only one person there and that person would see warning i been who were on board of a bank at the time and so he ended up fail and bail out if so amazing because the media is aware of this and they are not reported it no uh but he ended up they end up bill fake out because many of other base will go under at the time they ended up bill fake out at maxine waters a hug move onto boy and the wild investigation of that at one time but he was being investigated uh about the situation but i don't know what happened to it appeared oliver so one united's the name of the bank and one united received twelve million dollars in public money to bail them out other black banks were not bailed out born maxine waters political gun to the head of henry paulson they got twelve million dollars and maxine and her husband are happy can you imagine.

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