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Fresh update on "hillary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Shooting at a mall, leaving a man dead and a woman wounded in the leg. Terrified shoppers ran for cover inside the West Roads Mall in Omaha Saturday. Authorities say it was an isolated incident and not a random attack. I'm Derek Dennis ABC News Comeau News 1000 FM 97 7. Good evening from the coma. 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Listen, here's what we're following we could be headed towards yet another devastating wildfire season. All this warm temperature may be nice, but it's also drying things out department. Natural resource is Issued a temporary burn band spending the 13 million acres that protects the man will last as long as the dry and hot conditions are in place. Commissioner of Public Lands Hillary France is urging anyone going out this weekend to be extremely cautious and mindful of the fire threat. The Department of Health released New Co vin numbers. There have been nearly 384,000 cases statewide. Since the start of pandemic. That's up more than 2100. Since Friday. Nearly 5400 people have died since the pandemic began. And as of yesterday Nearly 4.5 million vaccine doses have been administered. Pierce County restaurants and bars had to stop serving alcohol at 11 o'clock Friday night since the county was just drop back into phase two of the re opening plan. Como's Keith Eldridge says King and Snohomish County's wondering if they're not far behind. His brother is allowing some restaurants to stay at 15% capacity with their windows open..
Fresh update on "hillary" discussed on Mark Levin
"July of last year. Cable news and by Democrats on the now discredited Russian bounties story, which was discredited by me at the time. Was it not Mr Producer? Amazing. And I'm not going to force you to go back and dig it up. But we could What's the point? I think Jonathan Toobin understands that right? Mr Producer anyway. Jeff? No, not him. Not Jeffrey. Jenna. They're they're both that one keeps his pants on. And one does not. Anyway, I want you to listen to this montage of Jake Tapper. An ABC News reporter. Rachel MATTER, Wolf Blitzer, Brian Stelter. Another ABC news reporter. Larry O'Donnell, CBS reporter Chris Cuomo, Joe Scarborough, CNN's guest. MSNBC host Brooke Baldwin, Joy Reid, Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris and so forth. They want to believe. And they want you to believe That Donald Trump would turn the other cheek on this report. And he was aware and he was formed. That flattering reputed was paying Counties. Kill American soldiers, which turns out to be a flat out line. It just shows you how poisonous in Kansas The media are today how they're really helping, too. To destroy this country. Tango in our world lead today. President Trump dismissing the Russian bounty intelligence story is a hoax meant to damage him and Republicans. The president, often Announces. What do you say? What do you say about that, Jake? You. Ah. You sarcastic, Jack. You snide before Embarrassed by this Start at the top. Mr. Producer, please go ahead. In our world lead today. President Trump Dismissing the Russian bounty intelligence story is a hoax meant to damage him and Republicans. The president often towns his relationship with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. White House also responded tonight Will bombshell report accusing Russia of offering bounties to the Taliban to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan and now, you know, This reporting in The New York Times, which has since been confirmed by the Wall Street Journal that not only does the president know that Russia was paying for American soldier's death, so stop stop CNN. Relying on the New York Times. ABC, relying on The New York Times. The detestable Rachel Maddow at MSNBC, saying It was independently verified by the Wall Street Journal. These these media organizations, they just a lie. Go ahead. This is now reporting that the alleged Russian bounties to Taliban fighters.
Fresh update on "hillary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"1000 FM 97 7. Good evening from the coma. 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Listen, here's what we're following we could be headed towards yet another devastating wildfire season. All this warm temperature may be nice, but it's also drying things out department. Natural resource is Issued a temporary burn band spending. The 13 million acres that protects the man will last A long is the dry and hot conditions are in place. Commissioner of Public Lands. Hillary France is urging anyone going out this weekend to be extremely cautious and mindful of the fire threat. The Department of Health released Do Cove in numbers. There have been nearly 384,000 cases statewide since the start of pandemic. That's up more than 2100. Since Friday. Nearly 5400 people have died since the pandemic began. And as of yesterday Nearly 4.5 million vaccine doses have been administered. Pierce County restaurants and bars had to stop serving alcohol at 11 o'clock Friday night since the county was just drop back into phase two of the reopening plan. Como's Keith Eldridge says King and Snohomish County's wondering if they're not far behind. His brother is allowing some restaurants to stay at 15% capacity with.
Fresh update on "hillary" discussed on One Man Brand Radio
"Good morning. Yes, sir. Hey, you want to say that you and don and marketing and Melinda deserve the presidential Medal of Freedom? Way more than Bill? Check every did y'all do more for freedom that he's done his whole life? Well, I appreciate that. I'm gonna disagree a little bit, but I do. I do appreciate the kind words man. We're just glad we got work. We don't get that every day. That's for sure, President But, you know, thank you, Joe. If it is a result of Joe's phone call if Donald Trump Was listening, and he considers that I would take it. Yeah, Hell, yeah, I'll take it. Okay? And I would also accept a visit to the White House. By the way, Even if Hillary Clinton was in that office, God forbid, But even if it was her sitting there And she said, Don, I want you to come to lunch? Just you and me at the White House. I would accept that honor. Well, you have intensive below your standards occasionally. Well, I like to eat Todd and done. Kay. Wait Day morning 5 to 10 A.m. On news, Radio, K O B. J. Mark Melinda and Ed in Austin Business Journal report on what's challenging Austin restaurants. We hear 13 for Mayor Adler. We hear something else from Governor Abbott. We want some consistency. Driving us crazy. I think I would go with the most stringent ones. Then you know you're completely covered. And of course, many of these restaurants rely on alcohol sales. I don't know how they make it on 25% every afternoon 2 to 4 on news, radio, K O B..
Fresh "Hillary" from Talk 1260 KTRC Programming
"To eating it up on Katie RC Santa Fes news talk leader. Hi. I'm Hillary McParland and I'm Bevin McParland. We've been climbing ladders since we could walk. Our father Brian McParland taught me the importance of putting my best work into everything I do from my work as a laborer, Rufer on historic projects in downtown Santa Fe to maintaining my own roof. I believe in continuing the high quality craftsmanship has been passed on from my grandfather. My father to me way. Want to be your roof for McPartland Roofing Roofing is our heritage and craftsmanship is our tradition. Santa Fe Farmer's market is open Saturdays from 8 to 1. Did you know that you can now subscribe to their popular Si esa Members can count on a prepaid bag of fresh local produce with convenient curbside service..
Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles
"Angeles mother under arrest tonight for allegedly murdering her Children. Before that she was caught. She is also accused of a Carjacking hours after her three young Children all under the age of three years old were found stabbed to death inside of an apartment in the receipt area of L. A 30 year old Liliana Korea was in custody found in a remote area of California near Sequoia National Forest. Well fleeing towards Hillary County. She's accused of Carjacking somebody near Bakersfield, taking their Toyota pick up and then continuing on a motive for the murders is unknown.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"Do now fucking on because we saw good good with you shaniqua the who is just pick it up. I heard two book. Titles in there was my dog shit and me and the other one was like what was it like. it's your poop. Pick it up. Yeah we're like a dog like a scandal in the woods. You know reading both of those. Yeah i would. I would put those on made to read pile and maybe read them Okay i have something to feel petty about this week and it's like maybe not the pettiest thing in the world. I feel petty about documentaries. Not all documentaries. I feel petty about irresponsible documentaries. I feel like with Hbo net flicks hulu. Everyone getting into the documentary game. There are some that. I'm like as somebody who's worked in a newsroom. Like reported on stories and done journalism. I'm like this is very responsible. Tiger king for example tiger king was presented with a slant to it in a narrative to it that ultimately when more information came to light after it came out and everybody had already seen it We learned was maybe not the best to tell that story like the stuff about carole. Baskin making carole baskin. Look like a murderer. It's not as clear cut as a documentary. Made it seem and i think people watch documentaries feel like oh. I'm watching the news. But they don't have the rigorous like checking applied to them as like an actual news. Story would have so people treat it like it's a story. They're reading in the new york times but really somebody who oftentimes doesn't have a lot of journalism training. There are filmmaker who's telling a story Not necessarily covering all the bases. I'm just worried that people are watching documentaries and thinking that they're all the same and they are not some of them are really reliable and some of them. Don't hold up to scrutiny. So i just wish that people that are pushing documentaries out just to get volume on like streaming services would be a little bit more responsible because we have enough disinfect out there already. We don't need anymore. That's my feel betty this week. It's a little preachy. But let's not sure though it's true at. I used to watch documentaries in that way. And okay i feel so weird thing but then i went through journalism school You start to understand like how the news comes together like what it takes you know you do need to fact check Documentaries are more like factual movies than like a news article that or even broadcast journalism. That you're consuming. No it went through a rigorous process It's fair yeah. They're more like mosaics of like narrative than they are of like actual like someone with a with an objective. Like trying to get to the truth. They're just like letting people talk and the most colorful people get the most screen time. And it's like it's honestly. I've seen some documentaries. Where i'm like this is elevated reality. Tv i was just gonna say it's reality. Yeah the original reality. tv for sure. Cure and i'm sure you have thoughts on that too. Yeah this is. Your i feel petty. You'll like tiny little thing tiny little bone to pick shrews this truth this entire you know truth in nonfiction programming. What can we expect. When i feel petty. Meanwhile like no elliot stabler on law and order for tat to organize big time. Criminal intent is an entirely different franchise..
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"And welcome back. We are minus one hillary clinton and plus two other wonderful women. I'm gonna bring them.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"Has tried to kill and then he went back to russia. Which was you know. More than i could have ever imagined doing. And now he's back in prison and most of us are fearful that he will quote die in prison and she. She told me about how what he's tried to do. Is to talk about a russia of the future. Will they really need it. I mean look at where they are this highly intelligent educated society you know basically making no progress but look at where we are divided unable to come to agreement about letting everybody vote. I mean you gotta stop it just got a your head of what is going on my friends so yeah we need to tell ourselves a different story and we need to try to figure out how to do it. In a way that brings people together. maybe all this time we got to spend by ourselves us more capacity to grasp complexity and an end multi. I'm being very hopeful. We're talking about this. May being hopeful akrotiri. hillary clinton. Thank you so much for joining us. Our listeners can find your podcasts. Pretty much wherever they find any podcast right like apples stitcher spotify. That was hillary clinton. I cannot believe that. I'm talking to you. You've been somebody. I've looked up to for a really long time. So thank you so much for joining us. Thank you thank you. Both hysteria.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"You're not responsible for cleaning up this mess. No i'm always a looking for ways. That i can be helpful. Obviously not in the in the official positions. But i've spent a lot of time talking with old friends. Who are now in the biden administration and i really applaud the president for bringing in people who actually know what they're doing. Isn't that a nice change in the last four years and have put in place Systems have totally gotten rid of the bluster and the blaming and the finger pointing to say. Okay here's what we're going to do and here's how we're gonna do it But we still have a long way to go not only here at home and getting vaccinated and then getting children vaccinated starting with you know teenagers and going down But we've got the whole world to worry about because this is a mutating virus and left unchecked in some faraway place given you know transportation mobility and all the rest of what we live within the modern world. You know it will still be a threat to That might require You know annual Booster shots or vaccines like we do with the flu. But i give the biden. Harris folks really high marks for Not sugar coating it getting in there and dealing with you know both the scientific and frankly the political challenges it poses secretary. It's a fact to say that our kids are gonna be learning about you in history class. What is the difference. Between hillary clinton the symbol and hillary clinton the person. That's such a great question. Because i feel like i've been the same person ever since i guess i became an adult. You know pretty. You know pretty much who i am but i've been interpreted through so many different Perspectives and i've been you know vilified and admired i've been held up as a positive symbol and held up as a negative one. I've been really at the center of a lot of the debates that we are still having over and our role in the world and our ambition our willingness to assume responsibility So i I i think it'll be fascinating because it may. Well be through the eye of the beholder. People who understood what i was up against when i started trying to get universal health care for people and ended up being burned in effigy. As the documentary about me on hulu reminded me To being the first woman nominated by one of our two major Political parties for president. And then getting all of the disinformation misinformation and double standard misogyny. And all the rest of it. So it's gonna be fascinating. I'm i hope. I'm around for some of it start now. You're listening so also as someone who's dirt. Her entire life has been going at one hundred miles per hour. Like all of us. You have spent a lot of time with yourself over the past year. Did you learn anything about yourself that you didn't know or realize before i for example have learned. I can fix just about anything with a youtube video. Oh good for you You know that's a great question. I hope everybody you know asks themselves that question. I learned that. I didn't have to be going one hundred miles an hour I learned that. I could really take a deep breath and enjoy being at home. Occasionally i was stir crazy and a little bit You know anxious to start the engines going again. But i have been out of my house for.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"It's it's so dumb. It makes my brain hurt. Yeah all of it. It's yeah. I mean look the thing is we just have to soldier through the brain pain. Because these people still have their in charge of a lot and they're relentless they are they are. You can't hire these people out no you know. What have you ever worked in an office with somebody who is just the worst the end like they end up always getting their way because they just never give up everyone eventually is just like a fine even know the voice in which it is said fine and exactly like the current. Gop is entire party of those people of like stephen miller slapping their hands down on pizza and trying to run with the girls track team to prove that men are faster. And just being so fucking annoying that people just give up and stopped paying attention. Yeah and we just. I mean i guess i guess being a progressive in this day and age is a commitment to just being at a low level of annoyance every single day. So slow-burn okay. Let's move onto some toasts. I think we just have one toast this week. Just one toast. I would like you to lead this toast. Eliza hey so we've toasted or before because we just can't get enough To our girl a bitch who does know how to govern just cinder ardern. Last week new zealand voted to raise. Its minimum wage to twenty dollars an hour. An increase the top tax rate for the country's highest earners to thirty nine percent before anyone reminds us that twenty dollars an hour. New zealand is not twenty dollars an hour in america. It is about fourteen dollars an hour in america which is still fucking good. In addition to this don't be small increases to unemployment and sickness benefits the government estimates that the minimum wage increase will affect up to one hundred and seventy five thousand workers and increase wages across the economy by two hundred sixteen million dollars once again. Proving new zealand is a great place to live. New zealand is a great place to live. If you're lucky enough to be from there because new zealand also has a law that unless you're a citizen you can't buy property which is which is smart. It was to prevent speculation and people outbidding citizens from being able to live. And you know as a person who lives in los angeles with million dollar homes sitting vacant and just owned by shadowy foreign. Llc's i sorta think might be a good idea for us to consider something similar. I think it is. I think it would be a terrible idea either. Yes okay well. We can talk about real estate on a future show. Let's take a break. And when we comeback somebody may or may not have heard of hillary.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"There's a six three conservative majority on the court and you know people have been really afraid that something is going to happen right now. There is a case that is kind of sitting there. Waiting for supreme court action called dobbs versus jackson women's health organization That for some reason this week the courts still hasn't added to its list so people are a little confused. Like the supreme court is all like poise conservatives have moved all their chess pieces into place and yet they're not making move. Eliza what do you think is going on. What do i think is going on. I think couple things one bless his heart brett cavanaugh really had to fucking walk the plank during his confirmation hearing and say that he was absolutely committed to establish a precedent and settled law number one. Pretty sure any combs barrett said something similar. I think that right now. They're probably trying to preserve you know bad the integrity of what they said. Despite the lack of integrity they have in other areas. But also i mean like aaron. You and i both know this is this is the bomb this is if when they take a case like this it is the all eyes will be on them. And i'm just not sure they're ready for it. Yeah you know. Steven brier the justice who should most retire. Please for the love of god steven. Please retire And i'm saying that because he's my favorite justice and he's eighty three years old and we currently have a democratic senate in a democratic president. Now is the time the time please. I love you dearly you are. You are my maybe my favorite justice alongside sonia sotomayor right now but please do the right thing. So steven briar was saying something on wednesday about being anti court expansion because he was worried that it would road people's trust in the supreme court. And i was just like too late dude. It people's trust in the court has been eroded. And i think that the longer the court waits to take up any abortion case the More young people will have aged into voting or political awareness. And the window for the court to be able to overturn roe. V wade and not sparked a full on like a violent riot but a full on like ideological riot against the court and a complete lack of faith in the court. It the window is closing. it may already be closed. I think that overturning abortion rights or so. That states can make abortion illegal Is something that would be massively unpopular. It would undermine the court's credibility and it would also point out how a conservative minority is. Trying to entrench control. I think it would like ultimately be sort of like conservative shooting themselves in the dick or the foot but the dick works to. I just think dick is more colorful it if it. It's handgun tucked in sweatpants and a nightclub sort of imagery one other tack that That conservatives are talking about using too. I know you're going. This is actually crazy is uses raising the fourteenth amendment and having fetuses be characterized as persons under the law. Which would mean a lot of stuff so i'm just gonna read fourteenth amendment section one. Oh that's good. I had a cute up to. Oh that's amazing. My gosh we are. We've grown the same brain. I think are nerds. Also like sometimes notionally and we hear this from our listeners. Also all the time people know generally what things are. But sometimes it's good for us to drill down into the specifics. Yes exactly so. I'm just gonna read section one of the fourteenth amendment which is a very good amendment that in the play what the constitution means to me. She talks a lot about the fourteenth amendment fourteenth amendment section one all persons born or naturalized in the united states and subject to the.
"hillary" Discussed on Hysteria
"And welcome to hysteria. I'm erin ryan and melissa master monaco. Eliza have you ever been around somebody that was like so famous conic that you kind of felt yourself lacking out a little bit. It's been known to happen. Who's made you black a little bit. So the queen queen of england that on on hillary clinton hillary clinton yeah clinton definitely hillary clinton We gotta hillary clinton this week. Though there was a moment we're interviewing her and she's super nice and warm and kind funny. And i looked at her little box in like zoom thing and i felt like i was going to blackout. I was what do it's like. It was it was like one of those days to remember. And i mean did she just bringing her what she definitely brought it. I can't wait for everybody to listen. Let's get to the show okay. This week hillary clinton should mcclendon and kieran deal joined to tackle the following questions. Why are critics sometimes. Make our best teachers what. Deranged new tactic are abortion opponents. Trying to us now. What does it mean. An adult man is described as exhibiting friday behavior. And what did elissa think of. Staplers return on law and order. Svu all this and more right now all right before we get to this hyped. Hillary clinton interview. She's like one of our remaining. Like i don't want to say white whales whales where we were. She was a north star. She was. Yeah you and. I have talked about this four year quite some time or have been talking about s for quite some time like i remember after the election. And it's like we had had Stacey abrams we had elizabeth warren. We'd had ion presley. We ilhan omar. They're all these people that we'd have. Hillary was still elusive. But you know erin. That was one of the most artful humble brags of all time. Thank you know. i don't feel. I don't feel humble at all. I don't laugh. Don't don't don't. Don't blunt my brag by calling it humbled. There was no attempted humility whatsoever. I'm proud of us. I'm proud of proud of the show. I've been inspired by the nc double a. women's basketball tournament. And i'm just going to be unabashedly proud of myself for as yes more. Women should just be proud of yourself. You don't need to be humble. I good. You're an inspiration of so. Here's some news. That is a little bit less fun. We've been meaning to talk about this but other stuff keeps happening. But we you know just because there are other things that are of stealing. headlines doesn't mean this isn't still going on and that is the fight to preserve abortion rights now When amy coney barrett got confirmed to the supreme court a lot of people were really scared including me probably including you scary and six..
Norwegian plans to cruise from U.S. by July
"4th In a letter to the CDC. The cruise operator says it plans to require vaccinations for all guests and crew. The Miami based company says it's precautions go well beyond steps taken by others in the travel and leisure industry that have already reopened FUCKS is Hillary Barsky. America is listening to Fox
Tesla Delivered 184,800 Vehicles in the First Quarter
"Tussles hillary's came in at one hundred eighty thousand. That was up. You know half a percent from q one That exceeded my forecast of and seventy one thousand roughly for production deliveries came into one hundred eighty thousand eight hundred so just as jewish hundred thousand there. that was achieved by delivering about four thousand forty five hundred more vehicles than tesla produced as about two percent more which was the first time in key one that we've ever seen an ultra small first time in q one that we've ever seen deliveries seed production. So tesla definitely taking advantage of the extra inventory that they had in q
Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?
"Reliably voted Republican. But the suburbs have changed. And last November, Donald Trump lost them in a big way. Now, with the 2020 midterms in view, both parties are wondering what's going to happen when Trump is not on the ballot. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea reports from the vote rich Philadelphia suburbs. Leads drop in on Chester County, Pennsylvania, It's suburban Philadelphia but a place with its own identity. We have a huge agricultural community. We are the mushroom capital of the world. You could come here for a mushroom festival on New Year's Eve. It's quite fun Democrat Mary in Moscow It's his chair of the Chester County Board of Commissioners. And we have a lot of industry were very big in the bio Pharma life sciences community. We have new technology coming in. So ah, lot of great things happening here. Right Next door is Montgomery County, where lives create? Hey V chairs the local Republican party, she says she's watched these suburbs flip from red to blue some only in the past few years. But she says the shift began long before that, If you look at the trends, this has been happening for many, many years. I think it accelerated over the last couple of years. But when I moved into Montgomery County 21 years ago, it was already starting to change in 2016. Hillary Clinton beat Trump in these suburbs, but not by enough of a margin to make up for trump strength in the States rural areas. She lost Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden racked up huge margins in the Philly suburbs. It was key To his statewide victory. The suburbs are far more diverse than they were decades ago, and many suburban voters had an intense dislike of Donald Trump Republican create A V is hoping some of those more moderate voters come back to the GOP. Now that they don't have trump who people voted against because they didn't Like him as a person. He's gone now. And so people are actually looking at issues now and things that affect them on a day to day basis. The changing politics in the suburbs
Social Media Influencers and Political Campaigns, with Madeline Twomey
"Let me turn it over to meddle in to me again. The president at rufus main madeline. Thanks so much for taking the time out. And welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thank you so much for having me uncertain excited to be here michael so before we get into the ins and outs of influence or programs. Why don't we set the stage a bit by talking about your recent experience with the biden campaign and his inauguration. What were your roles there. And how did influencers come into the mix. Yeah chris so on the biden campaign. my title is the community content director so effectively. I was tasked with you know engaging various communities online kind of exactly what it says I was a part of the digital partnerships team which was kind of like the innovation hub of the digital team on the campaign so we were tasked with seating content about joe biden on the internet anywhere. That wasn't through our own channels so whether that was the publishers are different platforms different partnerships. Anything that wasn't like our social media or our email or our advertising so influencers played a big role in that i also headed up the digital partnerships team during the inauguration which i might refer to as pick that presidential inaugural committee There we also utilized influencers in both cases. We really utilize them. It's kind of an external messenger or external channel for our broader goals. And is this something this focus on influence. There is something that really came about this election cycle or really became more sort of professional this election cycle or have you also seen it in the prior work on campaigns. You've done yeah. So i do think that will wonder hillary campaign in two thousand sixteen did dabble in this space. So definitely want to give them credit for that and then The d. triple seed did a very small geo tv program. Get out the vote program in the twenty eighteen cycle really in the last few days the
Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws
"Mass shooting leaves another American community in tears. President Joe Biden. I don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour to take common sense steps. I'll save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues In the House and Senate to act. Mr. Biden's statement comes as the country learns more about the 10 victims and yesterday's boulders. Supermarket shooting also learned about the accused shooter. Police say he is 21 year old Ahmad Ali. We Elissa. As of this morning he was still in the hospital after being shot in the leg. CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us live with more Highest Steve. This mass shooting is the second in three days. The other, of course, being the string of spa shootings around Atlanta. What else did the president have to say about this today? Hillary. The president noted that this first shooting essentially, this is the second shooting in his many days occurs as the flags of the White House and across the country still have staff. The president went out of his way to say that the motive of the shooter in Boulder, Colorado, is not known. He said. He is you heard him say he doesn't want to wait another minute, let alone another hour to take what he calls common sense steps to save lives in the future. He urged the Senate to take up the two Background check bills that have been approved in the House. One would expand background checks to cover private sales between individuals and another would close. What's been called The Charles Should Charleston loophole, And this is the idea that if a background check doesn't come back in time, that it a transaction could occur even while the background check is still in process, and that's apparently what happened in Charleston so that the president is calling on The Senate T send those to background check bills to his desk. He also called on Congress to pass another band on semi automatic rifles and high capacity magazines. He said he got that done when he was a senator in the 1994 assault weapons ban. Expired after 10 years, so it expired in 2004. It was allowed to sunset. He says that that law should be reinstated.
Explaining Biden's Tax Plan
"Biden administration agenda. He has several tax proposals, and so there will be increases on income tax, especially for the those making over the middle income range all the way up to the high income earners. He is going to do away with pretax contributions to 41 case. It looks like And make you report all of that on your 10 40 tax return, And then he's going to give you a credit for people making more than the average American that is going to cost you tax because the tax credit is not going to be the same amount that you would have had. Had you been able to this put in the pre tax dollars in the higher tax brackets, Okay? The capital gain. Tax rates are gonna double and he's going to do away with the step up in basis on long term capital gains. That would mean if you inherited a million dollar rental property that your folks bought 30 years ago for 250,000. And it doubled the 500,000 and 15 years and that 500,000 doubled to a million and another 15 years and you inherited and you sell it for a million won under the trump tax. Cuts, you would only have to pay 20% in federal capital gain tax on 100,000 What you sold it for over above what it was worth when you inherited it. Now there is still a surtax for Obamacare. What is it 2.8% of whatever on then you have many states will charge a capital gain tax rate to so many people pay more like 28%, or 30% in capital gains rates between the federal and state. Well. Biden wants to increase that upto ordinary income rates of 39.6% from 20%. So that's almost double. But you do away with the step up in basis. That means if you inherited that million dollar rental property from your folks You're gonna have to pay tax on the entire gain. And at 40%, you're gonna pay 400,000 instead of 20,000 and tax. So these are the things that are taking place and also the estate tax. He's going to take that from about 40% of toe 67% and probably lower the threshold when you start paying that tax. Heaven forbid he doesn't take it down all the way to the million where Hillary Clinton wanted to take it back down to, But many states will tax you on what you leave behind as an inheritance on every dollar over a million bucks, Okay? So folks taxes will likely be going up to cover a lot of these various initiatives that Joe Biden wants to implement. So this is where
Uber, Lyft team up on database to expose abusive drivers
"Pair of ride sharing rivals team up to keep tabs on band drivers over and lifter joining forces to create a database of drivers booted from the ride, hailing services for complaints about sexual assault and other crimes. Initially, the clearinghouse will list drivers ousted by both companies in the US, but it will be also open toe. Other companies that hire workers to perform services like delivering groceries or take out Orders from restaurants. The new sharing safety program will be overseen by higher right, a specialist in background checks for several years, uber in its rival lift have been working to navigate through antitrust and privacy concerns to create a way to flag drivers who have engaged in violent or inappropriate behavior. Oxes Hillary Bar scheme
How soon might you receive a $1,400 stimulus check?
"Biden's $1.9 trillion covert relief package. Well, some of that money get to you. Let's go live to double d. T O p. S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Mitch First I think the stimulus checks is the top of mind for a lot of folks. How soon could people death? Um Absolutely well. President Biden plans to sign this bill into law on Friday is on our understanding from the White House, so given that the checks could go out Elektronik Lee for many of those who have actually received the checks this way in the last couple of stimulus packages, they should probably go out about a week after the president signs this into law and then for those who actually get the paper checks. Those would probably go out the final week of this month so they won't have to wait too long, and the Iris says they're pretty well ready to go, especially given their past experiences for those who are waiting for the extension of federal unemployment benefits that $300 enhanced unemployment benefit. We understand that it is supposed to be in the pipeline because this is really just an extension of that program. So for most people, it should be fairly seamless. Obviously, there are going to be individuals that have problems here. There but overall because this has now been into effect for almost a year. Ah, lot of this is going to get into the pipeline pretty quickly to people. Mitch. No Republicans voted for this bill. How did they framed their latest argument's during debate today? Well, Hillary, it was a little more nuanced today in the actual arguments on the floor. Of course, there have been a lot of arguments about the fact that it's full of political waste from the Democrats that it's just a wish list from the Democratic Party. But today, actually, the Republicans Went through and kind of broke things down into the areas where they think that the money is not really going directly to the Corona virus, And they have basically been saying that it's nine. Only 9% is actually going directly to the coronavirus. Now you can go back and forth on those arguments, but one of the more specific arguments they made is that while people will be getting $1400 checks The stimulus checks that overall if you look at all of the other money that's going toward things that the average taxpayer might actually be having to spend more than $5000 minus that 1400. So they argue that it's a net loss for the taxpayer Now, Obviously, there's a lot of economic things going on there as well mentioned course, we've been through a couple of these big relief bills. Is this likely to be the last major covert relief legislation? Sean, I think this is going to be the last one, at least for quite some Time. As you know, this is actually the sixth one of these major stimulus packages. Obviously, this is the biggest one since the cares act was approved last year that was over $2 trillion, But even Democrats who have been continually saying they're going big on this, they are saying they need to wait to get this money into the economic system and see how really how everything is affected by the fact that people are getting vaccinations. The fact that businesses are reopening, so I think this is going to be ah, waiting period for a while. However, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has said that if things do go worse later in the year, they will be open to taking another look at this legislation. But I think this is the final big bang for now, out of Congress already. Thank you so much,
Senate Ends Hope for Significant Wage Hike
"So we got the senate doing their senate thing today. Right to vote a rama. There's all these amendments and there was standoff happening in something that happened there today. A seven democrats and one independent who caucuses with democrats joined with republicans to shoot down raising the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour as part of the biden cove. Relief package among those democratic. Novo's joe manchin of west virginia. Chris coons of delaware. The moment that really stood out was when arizona democrat. Kirsten cinema walked up to cast her. Vote miss cinema cinema. No out she represents arizona. Maybe that was a homage to the late. John mccain. Who famously did that to that. Repeal vote but that full thumbs down from arizona helped end hopes for a really big wage hike that the congressional budget office says directly affect seventeen million american workers on a bringing maria. Teresa kumar co founding president and ceo voto latino fetchacure former senior adviser senate democratic leader harry reid and current advisor to bernie sanders. Faz let me start with you. I want people to understand this. Vote before we analyze us. This was a vote that was going to fail either way. It was essentially a symbolic message. Vote because it needed sixty votes filibuster -able so going into this. Everyone knows it's not gonna be talking to pass. No republicans are going to vote for it. So it's a free ride. It's a layup you get up there and say yes. We want to fifteen our minimum wage. So it was very very surprising to me. A lot of people to see democrats eight of them in the caucus vote. No what is your explanation. Of course you've got to go back in history. A little bit where. President obama suggested raising the minimum wage to ten ten. It was hillary clinton during the two thousand sixteen campaign who suggested raising it to twelve. It was bernie sanders. Who's been pushing along with you to raise the wage to fifteen dollars an hour. And as a result of that we have gotten a lot of progress in the democratic caucus and not all the way clearly and painful. Chris you take senator cinema arizona's got a twelve dollar minimum wage. And in fact if you look at raise the wage which gradually raises the minimum wage to fifteen dollars over five years it would be at twelve fifty by year. Three which is where harris zona is so many ways it doesn't really impact arizona and yet you have center for cinema denying many people. Millions of people around the country are arrays of their wages. Maria wha what did you make so. I used to work in congress. A- as a hill staff for a long time ago on preparations and this was fairly unusual. Because what those eight did was say. That they were not going to deliver the biden agenda in the biden administration. Right now is going to figure out how to channel little lbj and demonstrate that there are consequences when there are not voting down for the presence agenda. As you mentioned. chris. This was a layup but i have to say when we when we witnessed this thumbs down by cinema. I think for a lot of folks people felt at at odds because when john mccain did it it was to save healthcare for millions of americans when she when she did today was turned down. This idea that there was going to be some sort of economic closer to economic committee. For millions of americans and fifteen dollars has even fifteen dollars does not keep pace with the with the inflation rate of the nineteen. Seventies the raiders really. I established it was perplexing on many many fronts but this is an opportunity really for joe biden to say. You're going to have to come down to the white house because we're gonna have a talking
February 2021 Jobs Report Is Expected to Show Only Modest Gains
"Monthly jobs report this morning. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect February's employment report to show modest job gains and are predicting 210,000 jobs were added last month. Some 10 million jobs lost during the pandemic still have not been recovered. Hillary Barsky
Capitol Police beef up security over "concerning" conspiracy theory
"Whole city of Washington is apparently on frightened lockdown and we all have toe. Shelter in place and hide under our desks like the Soviets are launching Isobe EMS on us, You know, like the old days, and it's all a big lie. But never mind that because the Who was that the what's her name? She's got a funny name. She's the police chief in the U. S Capitol, and she's and they're locking down the capital and the city. Of what cause you gotta look out. Because, like four Q A non people are going to come and attack the capital tomorrow. This is what they're saying. Now they're saying that tomorrow they got it. They're beefing up security. Why? Security always beefed up. Why is that And it's the only a situation where you'd use the term Beefed up, Beefed up security. That or like Hillary's ankles, but that's that's another thing. Hillary Yeah. Hillary Clinton. U. S. Capitol police beef UP security from March 4th. That's tomorrow amid concerns over Q a non conspiracy theory. That's the ABC News headline. They loved the term conspiracy theory. They never attach it to Russian collusion, which ABC News peddled every day for months and months. But she did well for years. Really, for you who might get it for years, but ABC news and the rest of the media cause they all read from the same sheet music. Nobody thinks for themselves in this city. And then the news media. Obviously, nobody thinks for themselves that all that's quite abundantly obvious. U S. Capitol police beef UP security for March 4th Amid concerns over Q A non conspiracy theory que a non follower, I mean, really what? There's mystery man behind Iraq, like the Oracle of Cuban on Who's issuing secrets because he's got a top secret clearance, and nobody else does. He's been so right about everything else. Honestly, please put down the Internet and step away from the keyboard. Q and on followers believe that Donald Trump will return to power on March 4th if
Trump's tax returns and related records turned over to New York district attorney
"I want to move on and talk a little bit about the tax issue and the tax returns. The court ruling could be handed over to the state of New York and and Cyrus Vance, the A G o. It was the prosecutor in this case. Looking into the President. Trump has taxes, his finances, etcetera, etcetera. You're working on that case. Look, I don't know anything about it. I've never seen his tax returns. But from knowing how businesses are run, I doubt there would ever be a billionaire, or frankly, any wealthy person whose taxes would look good. Unless there's a W two and unless somebody's an employee, and unless there are no no deductions available, I would imagine it would be more complicated than the average person's tax returns. Number one and number two. I would imagine that the president Then private citizen, Donald Trump probably hired the best accountants and lawyers available and they were the ones that filled out the taxes and not him. Well, I could tell you this I mean, 45th president. United States did not go down to meet with the local enough No disrespect, Agent or block. Actually, they do a lot of work, but he didn't go down to the local agent are blocking. Sit down and say here, my W two than he lets on my tax return. You're actually corrected. Tax returns are from a business and from his personal Work, which includes media real estate. Real estate tax returns are complicated by nature. He had expert CPS. He had expert tax counsel that prepared the returns. I'm not concerned about the returns we fought, we fought it. During while he was president. We did not think it was appropriate. To be able to seek those records. At least not unless they could show a special height. Need to justice is actually four justices would have agreed with us on height need. I suspected we had Amy Barrett. Now she probably would have to. I don't know that But it wouldn't matter because now the 45th president is the former president. But Come out strategy standpoint, I'm not gonna discuss trial strategy, and I don't think these are going to trial but from a litigation strategy or case strategy when you defend tax cases used the tax returns to defend your case. So this is not complicated. The tax returns may be complicated, but this is not a complicated defense. You know, the president does make a point. I mean, I'm not sure if you followed Merrick Garland's hearing yesterday, but he e mean seemed like he didn't know never picked up a newspaper to may and didn't knows much about anything and wasn't even willing to commit to keep in the dorm. Investigation. Ongoing. We now have a smoking gun email appear. James committed Jim Clapper and in that, he acknowledged, And this was the day that he signed the sex and second Fiza application. Is the first renewal application subsequently signed a third application three of the four and admitted that he was not able to verify The veracity and truthfulness of what we now know is the bunk, which is Hillary's bought and paid for dirty. Russian disinformation dossier, which raises the question of fraud before a FISA court in my mind that seems like a slam dunk. Am I wrong? No, I think I think you're right. I think Merrick Garland has a as a judge. It's a good reputation and former Justice Department official as well. I'm sure he's going to get confirmed. Hopefully, he will apply the law to the fax is that sky is that kind of reputation? He's not an Eric holder in my view at all and again, I think that this is Look, when you have an election go the way it went, however, it went there. The fact is they get to pick their nominees. And while there's already been some objections on others, I don't expect to be much objection. There will be a party line. Objection, but I don't think will be overwhelming. Yeah. You know all these legal issues that the president has dealt with the weed? You know, the president uses the term witch hunt in so many different ways. Look at what this country was dragged through. For three years. You were you were part of following this entire Russian witch hunt. You were involved in everything involving you. You lived for three years. You You lived the first impeachment trial. You know when a quid pro quo when it was only one fact witness Only one it was all based on not even a real whistle blower. But I hear, say, whistle blower, non whistle blower, and, you know everyone that testified was either an opinion witness. Or hearsay witness and nobody had any facts and the only real the only true witness said No, he didn't want to quit port pro or quo. Um at all. He said he wants nothing. He wants to make sure they're not gonna be corrupt and take that to the next level is thin. You got Joe bragging on tape that he leveraged a billion taxpayer dollars so they'd fire a prosecutor. That was investigating his son being paid millions with no experience. Yeah, well, look, I think the fact is that we beat back Bob Mueller. We beat back the first impeachment. We had good success and a lot of the Supreme Court cases. And the second impeachment, which we did not participate. And although we filed a brief with the Senate on the legality issue of whether you can teach the president no longer in office, which we took the position you cannot The president won these battles I He will win these other battles that he's as right now. But look they're trying to. I think it's pretty clear that the moves here are to try to disable him, so to speak. From being able to run again,
Senate Democrats move immediately to "Plan B" on minimum wage
"Which is preparing to vote on President Biden's nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. The latest guidance shows were expecting a vote at 2 A.m. or so w T. O P. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller joined our Sean and Hillary earlier to talk about the enormous bill that includes a $15 an hour minimum wage hike. But that's in trouble in the Senate tricky, But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi decided to keep the increase to $15 an hour in the legislation, even though it can't be in the Senate bill. Because of our ruling by the Senate parliamentarian that's related to budget reconciliation, tried to say all that fast anyway. Pelosi is appeasing the most liberal wing of her caucus. By doing this, if, as expected, the House bill passes, the minimum wage element will not be included in the Senate measure. Democratic leaders in the senator now trying to cobble together an alternative. One of those things that's being talked about is that companies would essentially get taxed if they failed to work toward a higher minimum wage, But that's a big uphill climb. I'm and it's unclear if it would have enough support from all 50 Democrats. Hey, Mitch, what else is in this
Would you let your face be your passport?
"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story hillary. Beaumont is a freelance investigative reporter based in toronto. Hello hillary hey are you doing. I'm doing well. I'm a little creeped out. About the next time i traveled. Thanks to this piece. No problem just happy to make you aware will listen. Let's start with the actual process. You had your irises scanned as part of reporting this. What is that like. tell me about it. yeah i thought it was. It would be really interesting to go into a jail in texas as part of this story because there was a sheriff there. this guy named omar lucio who had been lake pretty open about the fact that he was using this iris scanner in his jail. His jail is very close to the texas mexico border and this iris scanner was helping basically deport people at the us border And i wanted to go inside the jail and see what this was like. I went in saw how they were using it in jail. They were scanning inmates in an not telling them what this technology was. I volunteer to use it as well as essentially like a little camera. You get your is scanned. It checks your is against database and tells you who the person is and if they have a criminal history and i'm assuming years came up negative. They came up negative. Yes do you know what happened to the scan after you were done well for my is deleted it but for inmates in the jail they keep them indefinitely they basically ended up in government database that is shared with law enforcement agencies across the us like the fbi and also immigration and customs enforcement and essentially they they allow agencies to deport people more quickly or identify people who are not using their real names. And that's really how it works. Is there anything in. we're going to get beyond This one texas jail this one technology In just a second but is there anything preventing that jail or any other place That does this from giving those to anyone else like i. I understand it being used in a law enforcement context though we can certainly debate that. But i mean how private is it wants. Your eyes are out there. Yeah i mean for a lot of these technologies whether it's in a jail context or when you're crossing an international border. What i think people should know is that you're you're in a space of reduced privacy expectation. So it's really hard to say no to these technologies than once your irises or your face or any. Biometric identification is scanned. It can be indefinitely stored in a database an shared with all of these different agencies. Know whether or not you're a criminal. Can you explain a little bit about What a place with a reduced expectation of privacy is an and what does that let the government do yeah So spaces of reduced privacy expectation include borders prisons detention facilities and essentially these areas. Where legally you cannot retain your rights to privacy as well as you wouldn't other context so One example is a back in twenty sixteen. I believe i was flying from toronto pearson. To north dakota and to to report on the standing rock protest and i was flagged for secondary screening and The actually confiscated my phone only about ten minutes But it made me nervous hell You know. I had a pass password on my phone of course but it just made me lake feel so violated that they could take my phone like that even just for a few minutes. I was wondering like things were rushing through my head of like. What are they gonna do with my phone. How long are i going to be kept here. What's going on. And this is just an example of what you can and can't do at borders like you. You have a really hard time retaining your privacy your data your phone in these spaces because what are you supposed to do under those circumstances
Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering her OMB nomination
"President Biden's nominee to leave the White House Office of Management and Budget is facing new opposition. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin today became the first Democrat to oppose Neera Tanden is nomination in a statement mansion cited overtly partisan statements that he said would have a toxic and detrimental impact. Tandon is a former adviser to Hillary Clinton and served as president of the liberal leaning Center for American Progress. During her confirmation hearings, she apologized for attacking top Republicans on Social
Saving Sea Level Records: What Historical Records Tell Us About The Rising Ocean
"So lauren you sent me a picture of one of these century old title logbooks and it's so cool. It's really detailed. You can see where it says one. Am someone's written thirteen feet one fifteen. Am fourteen feet one inch in this. Really lovely old penmanship tracking tied. Did people really do this. Twenty four hours a day every day of the year they did. They had technology. That actually made it easier though In the late eighteen hundreds they developed an automatic system which had this float that rested on the surface of the water and then fed information to kind of a pen that recorded the movement so then people just had to read off the values and put them into the ledgers and this was done in other places to lake near hillary island. The port of liverpool also has a really long running title record. That makes sense because this was the era of ships rights. Watercraft was the way that people and things got around. Yeah exactly you had a lot of ships going in and out of port and so they were shipping companies. That had to keep track of the tide so it can be done safely two day. Some of those old records are archived at the permanent service for mean sea level which is an organization in the uk that gathers ocean data worldwide Andy matthews a data scientists. There told me the data are pretty reliable. You know most of the time. Those woman over on point is a little hand square school saying they. They sweet because the Tyja for was sick. You get little insights now with him. Everybody needs a sick day right. Of course andy says they're trying to organize a bigger effort to find these records. Because you know since kind of obscure they're hard to find yet but it can be anywhere these kind of things now in libraries from people that we all kaisei done coin. Doug well they are. Yeah this is quite the quest and an even bigger issue. I imagine is that when they find them. The data is still stuck on those pages. Yeah his colleagues scanned about sixteen thousand pages. But the numbers are on the page and they haven't been digitized so they're really not usable by scientists. They're trying to use computers to do it through character recognition. But i mean you saw that writing right. It's kind of like the script and the formats can be really hard to decipher so india's hoping that the public will help he recently put the images on zoom verse. A website and so volunteers can kind of in and and read the numbers. Type them up. I love this approach. I mean we're all bored at home looking for something to do this pandemic so why. Not some historical data as tree right. Yeah i mean data entry for a greater good seriously but to get into the nitty gritty of it. Why exactly is an important to look at data from the eighteen. Hundreds to understand sea level rise today an into the future right. What does that matter. Yeah right. I mean it has to do with how complex sea-level rise is because it's been caused by a number of different things. I mean i. You got glacier's melting temperatures causes them to shrink and that water runs off into the ocean and the same thing is happening in greenland and antarctica. Where there are these massive ice sheets on the land and there's so much is melting in gigi tons tapping increasingly fast. And i know that oceans are also rising because the water itself is warming up and hotter things expand so the water slick taking up more space. Yep you got it and actually. This is kind of cool. Sea level rise did slow down in the nineteen sixties and seventies because that was the era of dam building around the world. When you know when these big reservoirs were being constructed. They held back so much water. It was actually measurable. Ooh that is so strange and it really shows how we humans do impact the oceans. That's like a tangible detail of how quickly we can do that. It's a huge scale. But it's not really a factor anymore because you know dams aren't really being built at the same rate these days got it. Yeah anyway since one thousand nine hundred there's been about eight inches of sea level rise and by the end of this century. We couldn't be looking at three to six feet of sea level rise or even higher depending on how much carbon humans emits but. that's globally. The water is rising at a different pace depending on where you are. Yeah how exactly does that work. Because wouldn't the phil evenly kind of like when you fill a bathtub. And here's where it gets a little weird. The earth is slowly changing slowly getting a different shape lake. You know when you've been sitting on the couch while and you kind of get up and the cushion rebounds like morphs back into its old shape. Yeah not all couches but sure theoretically Well okay that same thing happens to the earth's crust During the last ice age Kind of started waning. Eleven thousand years ago. There was a lot of ice on canada and greenland super heavy and was pushing down the earth's crust since that melted the crust has been slowly rebounding. And that's actually not good for the east coast especially around the mid atlantic region. Because you know it's on the same tectonic plates as canada and greenland and when one side goes up. The other side goes down So what you're saying is where i live on. The east coast is on the lower end of the see-saw basically your thinking about that slowly. I mean the east coast is seen more sea level rise than other parts of the country. And then there's a whole bunch of other things that can cause that to you. Know ocean currencies big things that span hundreds of miles in the ocean. They cost the water on one side of them to be higher on the other side. You know so. Because of currents and gravity the oceans themselves are just kind of lumpy which is why sea level rises different everywhere. I am learning so much right now. You're basically saying is that sea level rise is local essentially and if cities want a plan for this and figure out what an who is at risk they'll need tailor-made information for their location. Yeah that's where these historical records come in. You know they reveal what these geologic processes and ocean conditions are doing in each place right right and i signed us refine their computer models. Which are those high powered ways that we get forecast about climate change. I spoke to scientists. Tomas friedrich's at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory about this and he said local records really matter. If we don't have that information for these see to be like a few feet off the local records of sea level so especially when we try to projects like high water levels of like extremes sea levels that's how we call them It's very difficult to to get an accurate picture of that but there is a big issue with a historical records. They already have almost all of the ones that have been digitized. Come from europe and north america So what you're saying is we gotta find more places. More hillary islands so to speak with historical sea level data all around the world. Yeah and this is a problem across many kinds of climate data. actually the southern hemisphere hasn't been covered as well with things like whether stations and other kind of data collection historically So there's just this big effort to find these historical records outside of europe and the us in argentina. They're working to digitize records from nineteen o five that were taken at the port of raise But to go back farther in some countries it means looking at the records of former colonial powers that took control because when countries like the uk and germany and france extracted. Huge amount of resources from colonies often through force. They did it largely through shipping colonialism stealing and keeping a record of it yeah pretty much so right now in france the national hydrographic service is digitizing these title records from dozens of their former colonies from madagascar vietnam Some of those records though aren't as long running you know they were gathered. As part of geographic mapping or you know to study an area where they were putting in port project. But i spoke to one person who is working with the french to stitch together a longer running record dating back through his country's colonial history marbella unika for seafood unique is from cameroon and he's a phd student in france right. Now he started in german archives. Because that was the colonial power in the late. Eighteen hundreds until france took control so he's gathered the french records as well and then he the cameroon records after it became independent in nineteen sixty. Yeah that's really interesting. Project and just a clear example of how the legacy of colonialism continues to impact science today. Yeah yeah i mean. It's digging through. His legacy is how he's kind of finding these records And there's really only one other long-term record in africa and that's from the car senegal so he knows cameroon could be crucial for improving global climate models But it could also be really helpful for cameroon itself. Nieto's just told me that. The country's largest city douala right on the atlantic coast and estuary and it's extremely vulnerable to flooding already. I'm just last year. There was a huge flood that displays thousands after really heavy rains. So when you add sea level rise to that it just makes the flooding issue worse. So he's hopeful that the historical records he's finding will lead to more detailed forecasts about just how fast the ocean is rising there because twala like other cities needs to start preparing now communities need to decide whether to move out of the way or build some kind of protection and
Are Raiders plotting to trade Derek Carr, pursue Deshaun Watson?
"According to a report out of las vegas. The raiders are taking calls on quarterback derek. Carr it's suggested in the report that it could potentially be the beginning of a three team trade to get to shawn watson in a raiders. Uniform shannon vegas. Try and trade for sean top. Five top seven quarterback. I think you should be in the running for watson. Skip there something that's been on my mind and the bother me last week. I called you the night before and told you that has some information about about jon. L. came on the show and they're about six thirty top of the show. I said to shawn watson my sources tell me shawn watson has ashby the texans for trade and this is not. This is just being broke but this could ask a couple of weeks ago now. Adam schefter reported twenty minutes out to me that show watson to ask for trade basically saying that he's breaking the news which at and i said what transpired that he wants to go to the jets. He have a fondness for robert solid. Everybody keeps saying jason this and that so what they're trying to do. They're trying to add egg pool pork to a hamburger. That i've already made is still a hamburger. Youth and economists tried to add to the story back to this absolutely skilled. I don't this report came from chris. Simms yes okay. What transpired skill. And you said this yesterday. When he was when he was talking to the press conference the player he said the player of the the new england syria away to new caserio said the player yes he must have realized how it sounded his head because he started saying shaw desha. It's too late. You everything off his thing and our to our for everything to my agent day google level but anyway skill yes they should skip. I just got always got the impression. That jon gruden wasn't as far the derek carr. I don't know what it is. I could be totally wrong but it. Just something about yeah. He's good but i don't really know if he can take me to where i need to go. I am making ten million dollars. The i do have one hundred dollar contract. And we haven't been to the play. So i'm as you can be viewed as a failure skill for thirty million dollars ain't got nothing to show for it. And there's a lot of have to do with his defense. They print his lands. Twenty fourth and thirtieth last three years are good bradley the off season he so you look at it. They're waller. it's a top three tight end. They got josh jacobs. Who made the pro bowl again. If i'm not mistaken hillary rodham. He nice receiving corps offensive. Line is solid. Yeah john was. It will be a major player for them. And in this offense again. It's the west coast system skip. It'd be foolish not to try
"hillary" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"And you are the speaker at the graduation now. If your community was three billion people on facebook. Well you wouldn't have been elected to speak at your graduation. Turn into and a half billion people would have been better than you add it or at least a better job marketing. Yeah absolutely and so these little incremental pools that we're in where we gained confidence and we learned that we take a little baby step towards all these things and then of course you then learn how to become hillary clinton and be the secretary of state and go talk to putin and have some level of competence but man if you just started out competing with two and a half billion people you've been like i'm kinda average average. Yeah well you know. I think that's especially true in women's lives because you know too often. We are programmed to compare ourselves against impossible standards. You just feel constantly like you're not good enough. You're not this enough. You're not that enough. And you're right about the confidence factor. I mean it's in small groups starting frankly and your family but then increasing sized groups in school and community you discover who you are where you create your identity. Where are you get the confidence to pursue your own interests and dreams and if you short circuit that because you get thrown into this gigantic pool of as you say like two and a half three billion people well. There's no way that you're ever going to be competitive. It's just a fact of you. Know the numbers. Mathematically it's impossible so we're not doing our kids any service by tearing down all the boundaries and thrusting them into a social media world where they make friends with people they never meet They try to develop relationships with people that They have no idea who they really are because they too or trying to put their best face forward. It's a complicated Path to navigate right now. I just have a quick question. Going back to transitions and you moving into the public stage. I've wondered this since the two thousand sixteen election like you. you know. I'm wearing my nasty woman shirt right now. Chris me and dex sister carly on election day. We went out we gave. We went to the polls we brought doughnuts. We were so excited. And for you like you're carrying around the weight of me of the girl down the street. You're walking around with all of this pressure on your shoulders of all these little girls like i'm dying for this to happen. I need this to happen. That's so much like it's no unfair of all of us. I mean we can't help but it's unfair of us to be projecting all of that energy onto you but you know monica. I felt that. I mean you have described to a tee. I really felt the weight of history..
"hillary" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"He's got to be the best one ever did Welcome welcome. Welcome to armchair expert. I didn't pass the test. I wanted this to be the best ever did. Yeah and then you start off. I was trying to go extra. take two. oh my world and welcome. Well why do you like it to be so deep because it's pleasing welcome welcome. Welcome to armchair expert. I'm dan sheppard him joined by modest mouse. Hi good day. Today has s own. My gosh this is one of the invites that came with an exclamation point. When you sent me the email. Yeah i new believe it than in the calendar. It always had an exclamation point. That's why love yeah. He adds exclamation points too. He's excited yes in and we are excited about vary. Yes so i say it during the interview. But i heard her on howard stern and i just enjoyed it. So darn much. And i immediately told you to listen to it such a fantastic interview and i remember thinking god. I wish i could talk to her as well. And interviewer and here we are. Hillary rodham clinton is an american politician. A diplomat a lawyer a writer a public speaker. She was secretary of state. She was the first lady. She was a senator by god. She was on nixon impeachment team. She's done every literally done everything. She was the first female presidential candidate. Yes she was the first female presidential handed. Well listen. she's got some books in addition to all those wonderful accolades the book of kasey women that she wrote with her daughter chelsea which is fantastic. What happened hard choices in living history. That's right. She somehow found time to write for books. There's an amazing documentary on hulu. I really recommend everyone see it and now she has a new podcast called. You emmy both with hillary clinton and i've listened to it. she's fantastic. She has access to some of the most stimulating thinkers on the planet. And you should check that out as well. So that's you and me. Both with hillary clinton you can find that all the places you find podcasts. Please enjoy. We are supported by brooke linen..
"hillary" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"Leaders consistently rutlessly, and they've been quite creative in adapting to the cyberworld. Lot of what they used to whisper about now, they can yell about through trolls and bots and proxies of all kinds on social media. So when I left the State Department, I wrote a a long classified memo about dealing with Putin going forward. But I could not have imagined that I was considered such a threat to his ambitions that he would do everything. He could to undermine me and to exploit divisions within our country in doing so Jimmy Carter I was interviewing him in the spring of two thousand eighteen and he said to me then. There's a general feeling on a global basis that democracy is reached its peak and his declining. He was right. I don't I don't think what he said is a necessary. Prediction about what comes next I do think that democracy is under pressure even siege a lot of places and unless we do some serious structural reforming, we may continue to lose legitimacy. We have to make democracy work for everybody and you know you need that periodically you know hundred plus years ago we had to have the progressive era. We had to really rain in the unchecked power of capitalism and do what we could to get a a regulated market functioning during. The depression you know Roosevelt understood what he had to do to try to help people survive and also create some institutional safety nets for people I mean you go through history it's not a self accentuating method of governance. Don't wake up and say, okay, WE'RE GONNA turn on democracy and it's going to be on for the rest of eternity you gotta keep looking at it. You gotTa keep tending to it. You gotTA keep reforming it and fixing it, and so I do think President Carter is right to sound that alarm that yeah around the world we're seeing democracy under tremendous pressure and if we're serious about. Our democracy and making it something that people believe in again are proud of again worked for again participate, and again, then we're going to have to make some serious changes and I'm hoping that you know Biden Administration will address a lot of those issues. You have an article that ran in the October issue of the Atlantic about. In Beijing the UN Conference on Women which you said that line that seems strange controversial than and now that women's rights are human rights. One of the points you make in it is that it's hard for people to think of leadership. To think of women in leadership. We've we haven't had a lot of women in American leadership and around the world we've got Kamala Harris running to be vice president. Now, some one of the things that she's thinking about, I, you spoke with her recently yourself for your podcast..
"hillary" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Everyone this is Kelly with two Brown's talking politics and I am on today with Hillary skeleton running for Congress in the Michigan Third District us. So Hi Hillary. All right thanks for having me Kelly yes. Oh, we've heard a lot about how important? Michigan is this year so I'm excited to talk to you about this district, but let's start by talking about you tell me a little bit about you, your background y you're running for Congress. Know I was born and raised here in West Michigan and embracing my own family here. Now to a growing up I, I certainly was not raised in a political family if anything. The kinda conservative Christian community Ariza's raced definitely leaned Republican. But I have. Come from a family that has always i. Put Service I service to our community service to our country and my mom's example as a public schoolteacher here in the city of grand rapids inspired me to commit my life to public service as well. I was a social worker worked on Housing and homelessness issues at a local a children's shelter, and then became a public interest lawyer working on on issues of civil rights employment, rights immigration. And over these last several years working in our community I've just seen such a in pressing need for a representative. Who is GonNa put the needs of. Folks who have been pushed out of the political process I every time when it comes to health care the environment, the economy. As a mom, a civil rights lawyer, a person of deep phase everything I care about is on the line in twenty twenty and I didn't want to look back on this moment and realize that I didn't do everything I possibly could to improve the lives of of those in my community. Let's talk a little bit about this district about ten in general in the known a sort of wrap back around and talk more about some of the things you mentioned in your intro. So this is the Michigan Third District. Everybody in two thousand, sixteen talked about how important Michigan was all talked in twenty twenty about how vital Michigan is in this election cycle and the Michigan third is a chance to flip district. This is the district that just demolish held end on sort of all of the list of one of the most flippable districts for Democrats it's on the Red Diplu list. Political has a flippable districts. So talk to me about this district, where is it in Michigan and you know this seems to me like precisely the kind of district that Democrats need to win if they want to be able to flip the White House and the Senate. So so Michigan's third congressional district is situated in the western part of the state It encompasses all or part of five different counties. I can't Berry Calhoun and a portion of Montcalm County. I think so many people. Here in Michigan and and nationwide sort of consider West Michigan to be a real conservative stronghold. In it you know it's certainly not untrue. This district hasn't been held by a Democrat in almost half a century. It has never been represented by a woman and it's it's really you know we are seeing the seeds of change here on the ground. It's what caused me to raise my hand to run I. Didn't do this. To, prove a point or go on some quixotic adventure. I knew that we could win I knew that this district wanted and would vote for representative like me and I think we see those changes in in two areas. One is just changing demographics of the district is changing. It's getting younger more diverse. We have a a major booming hospital and health sector industry which draws. A lot of folks from larger cities. Immigrants. Doctors nurses coming. Flooding to West Michigan for this growing sector our economy we also have a lot of schools. Colleges Universities Michigan. State's medical school is here now and. So the city of grand rapids self, which is forty nine percent of the district has added five thousand new residents just in the last two years between the ages of eighteen and thirty five. So these are we got a younger sat there. You know they're ready for new and more progressive leadership and the the second thing is. The voters here. You know especially when from from my community. From within the Christian reformed church you you'll have. End Still, do you know very much? Based on. have really I. Think we have we have seen have come to terms with the fact that know the Republican Party is no longer representing the values that they care about. Concern for the poor and the marginalized You know the strange immigrant among us and I have just heard so many times on this campaign I didn't leave the Republican Party, the Republican Party left me and I feel politically homeless and we are in this campaign are building something new something for for people on the right and the last two are ready to to come together just to get things done for. West. Michigan and we see that reflected in just the incredible growing momentum that we have in our campaign. Just tons of volunteers. record-breaking fundraising and also reflected in. Poland. We are now leading Republican opponent by two points forty, four, forty, two holes. That's excellent and You know I think that we have been hearing that as well that idea that the Republican Party has been leaving these people. Behind, really and I think it's so important that. That they're able to find a home with with the Democratic candidates. So. You are a mom a mom of sons a I. think our sons are nearly identically aged. And there are so few MOMS of young kids in Congress I and you've been endorsed by vote Mama whom we love. talked me some about both about running for office as a mom of young kids. But also about how important it is to have that representation in GARS yeah, absolutely while. You're in is it is so crucial right now that we elect more individuals I'll I'll even just say broadly I think is so important that we elect. More individuals who reflect. A broader array of experiences and I think electing more MOMS is so crucially important right now with the issues that are. Being decided by our government in you know especially the next. Five, to ten years even the next year you look at healthcare health care is absolutely in the crosshairs by the Republicans, Right. Now, women and Mothers League up to eighty percent of medical traces tie in a given family. We should have seen at the table for how those decisions are made in Congress as well. We have to expand access lower costs and ensure protections for people with preexisting conditions as a mom I'm just so deeply I know so many mom friends who have children with underlying medical conditions near looking at A. Affordable Care Act that protects their kids on your insurance plans until they're twenty six that protects their kids.
"hillary" Discussed on Awards Chatter
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"hillary" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And They would not going door, and they would say I'm here to ask for your vote for Hillary Clinton in the name of Pennsylvania primary whatever it might be general election. And sometimes people would I can't vote for her. Chee. Fill in the blank. You know few murders, people whatever the crazy thing was that they were coming up and my friends would say that isn't true and they would say either, but I saw it on TV. or I heard it or I saw it on the Internet. And so this has been around a long time, but the Internet even. Probably more now than the people you named off. They not only feed these lies in these conspiracy theories is crazy stuff to people on their shows, but now it gets amplified on the Internet, so you know. After the two thousand sixteen election, there were a lot of academic research studies that were done trying to figure out. Why people ended up voting the way they ended up and there was a particularly interesting one out of Ohio state where they found people who said they had voted for Obama in two thousand twelve, and then for trump in two thousand sixteen, and they were trying to figure out why and a significant proportion of them. said they they did so based on something. They saw on the Internet. And you know that I was dying. I was endlessly dying Oh constantly dying. In fact, you know this interview. You were interviewing a ghost. was never ending. And then things like but Pope Francis endorsed Donald Trump. No. He didn't oh. Yes, he did. Where did you see that I saw it in the news? Where just you see the news I saw it on Facebook, right? And so I, you know I have a million of such crazy. counterfactual examples. But When you meet people who really do believe that they've been captured by a a worldview, and you try to inject facts into it, but sometimes you know they don't. They don't accept the facts. Pope Francis did not endorse Trou-. And call the Vatican and ask them, but but what they view as real comes to them on their screen. And, too many people were manipulated by you know the right wingers, a purveyors of all of this counter you know reality by the Russians who are quite good at influence operations, and that's the thing that you know. I really was struck by because I didn't understand it was happening during the two thousand sixteen campaign, but when I tried to make sense of what had happened and I wrote a book called what happened. I could sort all that out and see the threads of it, and how powerful what people see on the internet or what they hear on Fox News or what they hear from you know, Limbaugh, or Jones or any of these other people is and how they view the world, and then how they view, view somebody like me well. You might have to do a sequel. Sequel called. What's happening because this hasn't stopped I wanted to just read back to you. A few troubling things that suggest that maybe Democrats and Republicans are not living in the same reality. A Yahoo News YouGov poll conducted in May shows that forty four percent of Republicans believe Bill Gates as plotting to use a coded vaccine to implant microchips into people. Then you've got all. All the other lovely constituencies the Alex Jones people who were promoting the idea that you were running a pedophile ring out of a pizzeria basement and somebody ended up getting a shooting up that pizzeria for for that reason, the Cunanan folks who think there's a deep state plot against trump, and of course now this whole new wave of people who won't wear face masks because. They think that's a way to own the lives. How did we get to this point? Are An how do people who still live in reality? How are we supposed to combat this? This is the key question and I'm so glad you asked it because all too often, people in your position. Who are you know? established journalists and you you? You have a platform. Kind of say. Oh, that's so crazy! You know who who believes that, and so why would I even talk about it because it's? It's not real, but it is unfortunately all too real. I don't know the answer to your really important question. I have some thoughts about it, look. People. Unfortunately are influenced by the information that they receive. And we are living not only in a country divided by our politics right now, but by country divided by the channels of information. If. You're a Fox News watcher. There's a very recent study that pointed out. You didn't take covid nineteen seriously, because literally for weeks it was being you know derided and belittled as a hoax in line. What trump was saying on on Fox News and so people you know were given really not only false, but dangerous information that did not prepare them for What we've seen this pandemic, so we are divided by sources of information and. There's a lot of concern on the part of everybody who thinks we need to try to unite our country and try to get back to facts and evidence and making decisions that will benefit the vast majority of Americans. that. It's deliberate, you know. If you. If you create algorithms for Facebook, controversy drives more clicks. Conspiracies are just. Monitor from heaven. You know they will get people's attention. You mentioned the the Pizza Gate. Totally made up story about a pedophile ring in a in a pizza Rio with. which you didn't have a basement and the whole thing was just ridiculous and easily disproven, but people for whatever reason were fed this and they were feted deliberately, and they passed it on, and then they got invested in it.
"hillary" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"When bill was active, in Arkansas, there were some there was a lot of curiosity about me as you say, I started off keeping my maiden name, it was the name I practice launder and taught law and everything, and had written some you know some like academic sort of articles under, and so it seemed to me to make perfect sense, but it was quite disturbing to a lot of people, and eventually I just said fine I'll add you know Clinton to Rodham and that that will take care of that, but it was a real. Learning by by fire experience. But it wasn't as intense when he was governor of Arkansas as it turned out to be when he became president because when he was governor. I, still drove my car. I would take my daughter to school I would take her to ballet class I would go see my friends. I practice law I was. You know living a very full life in addition to being married to the the governor, and that was fine, and then bill put me in charge of helping to Reform Arkansas. Schools and people were grateful that I was willing to take this volunteer job and work hard for them, and we made some really very significant changes which I'm. Very proud of so. I didn't know that going to Washington would be. As different than even the experience that I'd been having in Arkansas until literally we were in the middle of the ninety two campaign and everything I said and everything I did and everything I wore, and all the rest of it was under this really bright spotlight, and then when Bill said Gee, you know we want to reform healthcare. Why don't you do? In Washington what you did in Arkansas. I've naively said sure. WHY NOT So it it is a trial by fire especially. If you WanNa, do something, if you even if you don't put yourself too far out into the public arena, you're going to get criticized for something by somebody. And I, had to learn early on in bills, political career to take criticism seriously, but not personally and by that I mean you know look? There are things you can learn from your critics. Because sometimes your friends won't tell you that you're messing up for that. You could do something better, but you know. Sometimes the critics have a point. But you cannot allow criticism to literally undermined your self confidence to destroy your own ideas and your dreams, and so trying to walk that balance all the time and I'm glad you brought up. what Michelle Obama said is because after a while you know people say oh, we know what you really think. Well, you say what you really think. And then you get hammered for saying what you really think, and so much of that is rooted. Let's be clear here in Misogyny and sexism. It's like okay. Yeah, it's fine to have an opinion, but I wanted to agree with my opinion. Or why can't you smile more? Or why can't you wear different kinds of closer a different hairstyle? Has An opinion about a woman in the public arena as a first lady as Michelle Obama, certainly discovered, or certainly as I, did with that, but also as a candidate on my own as an officeholder on my own. and. And Young Women. Asked me all the time you know. What advice can you give us? If you know I'm thinking I'd like to think about politics or public career I said again I'll go back to my. You know one of my favorite Americans. Eleanor Roosevelt, she said if a woman gets into the public arena, she'd better grow skin as thick as the height of a rhinoceros. You just have to be ready to be criticized and you have to be prepared if you're going to go, speak about something. What you're talking about I, mean one of the funny things that happened during the two thousand sixteen campaign is occasionally I would be criticized for being prepared. Well, we now know what the opposite of preparation is seen that unfortunately for three and a half years so you just you just have to dig down deep and. It's one of the reasons why I think the OBAMAS certainly have talked about this. You oftentimes shrink your circle. You know you go back to people. You've known forever you go back to. A really tight circle of trusted aides because you don't know who to trust and you're not sure how you're going to be viewed or or misinterpreted or taken out of context, so yeah I think it happens to people in public life in general, but I think women with strong opinions who expressed themselves who take on tough issues are often the subject of even more intense and sometimes. Criticism. We'll on a related point. In two thousand eight were running for president for the first time and ended up becoming the first. Female candidate to win a delegate bonding presidential primary in new. Hampshire but I want to remind our listeners what preceded that which was that? So you start at the Iowa caucuses finance third, which was I know disappointing to you you now go to new, Hampshire ahead of the primary, and there's some sort of a meeting with voters, and you appear to become emotional while talking to somebody about how passionate you are about what you do. And it was only after people felt they had seen. You show emotion that the tides turned and you ended up winning in New Hampshire. What does it say that people needed to see you cry? What does that say about? US As a society. I've thought a lot about that. Because people do say, that was a real turning point, I mean it was such. An intense focus period because I think the. I will caucus was less than a week before the New Hampshire primary. Everybody was running on fumes. Everybody was exhausted. People were under so much pressure, and clearly as you say, you know it was Obama and Edwards and I who were left out of what had started off as a big field. and. I must have done I. Don't know six seven big events every day. As soon as I hit the ground in new, Hampshire and I wasn't getting any sleep and all the rest of it. And so when I was in this sort of intimate setting, because you know, you'd alternate big rallies with trying to actually talk and listen to voters I was in like a coffee shop restaurant, and this woman says well. How how do you do it? Literally, my eyes did well up. Tear didn't drop, but my eyes welled up, so that was clearly leaving emotional. Hitting emotional chord and that's when I talked about it and I about how important I thought it was what we were trying to do all that. And it's fascinating because. I, you know I didn't know that question was coming and I certainly didn't know how I would respond, and how vulnerable I was, because I was so tired and everything was happening. Because usually if a candidate cries, it's over. You Know Pat Schroeder who was one of our savvy smartest members of Congress who ran for president. concluded she had to. You know, withdraw and tears came in literally hope she continues to live a very. You know full and wonderful life, but her obituary will say she cried Ed, Muskie and big debate was tears, or was it. You know snow that was melting on his face, but it was considered disqualifying. So what happened to me because I, somehow was sort of in the you know the the neutral zone. Yes, show emotion, but not too much emotion. It ended up not hurting me and obviously I ended up winning New Hampshire the first time. A woman ever won any contest in American presidential campaigns, so it's fascinating to try to unpack all of this and you know. Ned in the documentary tries to do that I mean she tries to sort of pull the curtain back. So people get a view of what's happening and then fast forward. There's another scene from the two thousand sixteen campaign. Again talking to a group of women, and in this case, I think it was in the Philadelphia. Suburbs and a woman says a lot of people think that women can't be president because you get to emotional. And I laughed because I said well. You know a lot of people don't think I have any emotion. So, you're always trying to walk this really narrow tight-wire between. Being yourself for better or worse here I am take me as I am and sort of meeting the expectations that people carry around literally in the back of their heads about what leaders look like what presidents looked like how women are supposed to act everything that goes into the the complicated assessment that we bring to looking at women in the public arena, so another thing that Democratic candidates have deal with, and you had to deal with this two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen are people who literally exist on a diet of. Glenn Beck in the morning. Rush Limbaugh in the mid. Day Hannity Evening Alex Jones on the weekend. What do you think somebody who who was subsisting on that sort of a diet? Actually believe about you going into the ballot box. Oh my Gosh Scott I mean. I would have friends of mine, and this happened more in two thousand sixteen. Who would go out knocking on doors for me? People literally I had known since kindergarten people whose weddings I had been in who families I knew well et Cetera..
"hillary" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Back the position, which he would hold until nineteen, ninety-two when he ran for and was elected the forty second president of the United States. Hillary meanwhile had been busy making her own name joining and ultimately becoming the first female full partner at the Rose Law Firm in little, rock the oldest law firm west of the Mississippi. Working closely with the Children's Defense Fund. And tackling other initiatives delegated to her by her husband. Through all those years she earned more money than he did and nineteen eighty. She also gave birth to their only child Chelsea. After bills election is president. Hillary became the first ever first lady with a postgraduate degree and her own professional career. The first to have an office in the West Wing and the second after Eleanor Roosevelt to really directly influenced her husband's policy-making most notably and controversially in her case on the issue of health care, but also on a host of other matters. In one thousand, Ninety five for instance, she traveled to Beijing to address the Fourth World Conference on Women and famously declared in front of an audience that did not necessarily share her sentiment quote. Human rights are women's rights and women's rights are human rights. Close quote. Meanwhile back stateside. America was becoming increasingly polarized and Hillary became a particular lightning Rod. That of course did not deter her from doing anything. In two thousand, she became the first first lady ever elected to the United States Senate. Representing the State of New York for the next eight years through the crisis of nine eleven and its aftermath. In two thousand eight, she unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for president, but the next year became the first former first lady ever appointed to a presidential cabinet position when Barack Obama who had defeated her, and then subsequently defeated. Senator John McCain became the forty fourth president of the United States and asked her to serve as his secretary of state. She held that position during his first term, visiting an unprecedented one hundred twelve countries during her tenure, while also famously being present in the White House situation room for major moments like the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. And then in two thousand sixteen, she ran for president again this time, winning the Democratic nomination, which made her the first female ever to be the standard bearer for US political party in a presidential election. On election, day November two, thousand sixteen, she received sixty, five, million, eight, hundred, fifty, three, thousand, five, hundred and fourteen votes more than any candidate for president from. Had ever received with the exception of Obama. But, in a shocking upset causes of which are still being debated, she came up short in the Electoral College, making her only the fifth person to win the popular vote lose the electoral vote and meaning that blustery businessman Donald Trump. WHO's campaign had centered on a promise to quote lock her up close quote among other out their positions would become the forty fifth president of the United States, and that the glass ceiling for women in politics would remain on shattered at least for now. Over. The tumultuous nearly four years since the Election Secretary Clinton has largely stepped away from the spotlight, except to attend trump's inauguration to release a memoir entitled what happened to Endorse The two thousand twenty candidacy of Joe Biden, and to appear a four-part Hulu Docu series about her life in times that was directed by the Oscar nominated filmmaker, net-bursting and entitled Hillary. It began streaming on March. Sixth has been very well received, and on Monday was named the year's best limited documentary series by the critics choice real TV awards. That same day I spent an hour teleconferencing with Secretary Clinton who was at the home that she shares with former President Clinton in Chappaqua New York. And over the course of our interview, one of the longest that she has given the seventy two year old address my questions about not only the Hulu Docu series, but also the major turning points in her life, the sexism hatred and conspiracy theories that she has faced throughout her time in public life and the toll. It all has taken on her. The two thousand sixteen election, and why she believes it turned out the way it did. The impact of trump's time in the Oval Office less far and the urgency of denying him a second term. Several hypotheticals like what advice she would give pre two thousand, Sixteen Election Hillary if she could go back in time whether she would be trump if she were on the ballot this coming November, and whether he should be locked up after he leaves office plus much more, and so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Madam Secretary Thank you so much for joining us on the PODCAST. You're someone who I have admired..
"hillary" Discussed on LadyGang
"Eight hundred target stores that carry the who, what where clothing line and Becca, I know that you buy those shoes girl. I buy talked about it, but Dolly and Trump it is I'll tell you, you can also find her on bookshelves. She's published two bucks who what wear celebrity and runway style for real life and what to wear, where she's also jumped lately into the pod casting pool with her new show. Second life, a series, spotlighting women who have made major career changes. Please welcome back to the lady gang mum on now and not secret liar about being pregnant, Hillary. Jerry, you lie us by the way. The second person who lied to us about to be fair. There was no lying. There was just it lying by shea. Yeah, I suppose no-one offered me rose Knowns knowns. automated. Well, we're sorry. Oh, unlike. You did offer McKay really amazing version of the crow that I have not had the rest of your life, one of our sponsors. And so you'll appreciate that we're just like lady bosses and we're like no Rosa that we had to buy. Here's some low cry. This is great. I mean, that is that is a wonderful sponsorship commercial. Okay. Lamey I have this. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited. I can't believe that. I mean, so much has changed so much. You're you guys continue to grow and flourish yet. I have an even deeper appreciation of what you have built now that I understand the pot World War. Yeah, it's a monster monster. Oh, and have you noticed? Well, we're going to bad pods. Really? Yeah, everyone thinks they're like, I have a Michael thought, and I'm that's all I need. And the answer is no, that's not true. No, not true. I've listened to a couple of the second life's and I feel like you have a lot of Kelty night and you you're format is so good. Porter your formats, so good. The questions you ask are so good. Like I, I'm thinking about the question right before you ask it like it's so. Our session. It's just so good. We'll thank you. I never really. I love it. I mean, like I love doing the research on people. I love trying to like, you know, sort of draw the through line of their life about how all these things in their lives have happened. And, and most importantly, I really deeply enjoy sharing stories that say like, hey, just because you start out doing one thing doesn't mean you have to do your whole life like my mom and dad who are awesome. But my dad has been a pilot, his whole life. My mother taught first grade her whole life. They legit have never done anything else in their very happy in. That is awesome. But that's also not real. And that's not what most of us do. And but this idea of, you know, you can the skills that you're learning along the way are all things that you can take into a million different career paths, and that to me is exciting and empowering, and you know, sort of optimistic totally well about speaking of skills. You clearly have podcast booking skills. Because he had like the Medo names like Jessica Alba's. Conrad who we've all asked all three of them..
"hillary" Discussed on Pod Save America
"You have a minute with hillary to tell her something what are you got a great question john i would say okay you're running a traditional but really well constructed presidential campaign you've got great people working for you but you're walking into an unknown situation and you need to get a broader 360 degree understanding of what this campaign is going to look like because we've got to be ready for whatever they throw at us and what they're going to throw is not what anybody else has ever had to confront and i don't think you or your campaign have really given that much thought because why should you it's never happened before so i'm tanya hillary you better get around a table and you know bluesky this and brainstorm this and red team this and who knows i was just reminded i was reminded by somebody just today that i was doing an npr interview about my last book car choices and i was in the npr studio here in new york this was back in 2014 i think and all the electricity went down for a period of time on believable in a radio studio and so i would the engineer who was they are running it he's had my gosh know what is that the republicans i said well it could be the russians that was three plus years ago and i always believed the russians were more of a threat under putin but i never imagined that they would be so brazen as to interfere in our election and i should have just made a long list and gotten smart people called you guys say okay give me the weirdest things you think could happen and let's be prepared for it was it would it be go figure out some different policies go for euro some different messages will i think it would be gulf figure out how you're going to be able to run a campaign in an environment where propaganda got propaganda and you've got the the media as confused as you are and they're giving huge amounts of time to a guy who is really anti fetig goal to everything i think is is right about american politics i mean look if i'd lost to a republican normal republican of course i'd be disappointed and i'd be really upset with myself.