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"indira lutchman" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indira lutchman" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"The only thing that he said he's solved for president trump there were a few other things that he got repaid for after the election through a retainer thirty five thousand dollars a month so you know the information is conflicting and people are changing their stories but by by this federal investigations going on we are learning more about what happened and i think within some short period of time we probably will find out even a lot more about what actually happened michael thanks for your reporting mike rothfield from the wall street journal the breaking news keeps coming tonight the washington post has just posted a new story giuliani tries to clarify comments on trump's reimbursement of payment to porn star stormy daniels in it the times reports that after rudy giuliani's media tour this week some trump advisors said they fear the giuliani may have waived his right to assert that is conversations with the president are private and that government or private lawyers pursuing lawsuits could now seek to interview him joining us our jonathan alter msnbc political analyst and columnist for the daily beast indira lutchman on columnist for the boxton globe she is with the poynter institute for media studies and jennifer rogers a former federal prosecutor she's now the executive director of the center for the advancement of public integrity at columbia law school thanks to all three of you while a lot of stuff to digest here denver let me just start with you going back to the michael cohen maybe establishing slush fund or bringing in money that he may have used to pay things off for donald trump in the state of new york that's not actually legal lawyers can't go around settling things for their clients with their own personal money well it's it's not a crime but it's a it's an ethical violation so if you're a lawyer in new york state you will get in trouble with the bar for doing that sort of thing it's definitely prohibited that is a clear problem for michael cohen as far as his law practice goes to the extent he intends to continue that indira at some point you and i were talking about this beforehand a lot of.

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

"indira lutchman" Discussed on 1A

"Um and you know it's so disappointing to have in our own home democracy a president who is really undermining global press freedom because other leaders are turning to him in the philippines do territory of course maduro i mean others are saying oh this is fake news serious bashar al assad has adopted the term even so even people who don't like donald trump are adopting his term and the committee to protect journalists put out these press suppressor awards and of course naming people like air to one in turkey and putin in russia and xi jinping in china but their overall winner for undermining global press freedom that award went to donald trump tom and hugo could finish with you in terms of rebuilding trust journalist you don't have to i don't need you to like me i just need you to trust me and you should know when i speak you can take what i say to the bank in if i screw up i will apologise as fast as possible what do you think is the one best thing that any news organization who cares about building more trust should be doing to day hugo what do you think the should do first the first thing is that they should correct mistakes they should be very swift and uh explicit about correcting mistakes i think that if they would do that they would be caught rather a lot of corrections gone on tom we used to live and what i call the trust me era of journalism trust the brand cbs news has learned we are now in the showme era of journalism show me the proof in each story as to why i should believe you so letting people see more of the details behind the store high you did your work show your show you work as your matthew trees to tell you that's tom rosen steel executive director of the american press institute his books include blur how to know what to believe in the age of information overload and the elements of journalism what news people should know and the public should expect tom thanks for spending the are with us my pleasure hugo gordon is the editorial director of the washington examiner hugo thank you for having me nicolas casey the andes bureau chief of the new york times nick stay safe and thanks for talking to us and indira lutchman.

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01:52 min | 4 years ago

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"But i shouldn't say perhaps decided i think that the as i called it an undetermined originally there is an undetermined of opposition i don't think they wake up every morning saying how can we get rid of trump but i think that they are they feel that they are the opposition to trump while i think there is something hugo definitely to what you're saying that a number of our listeners are feeling reflected in the press right now and indira lutchman on its there's some recent poll data and i don't wanna linger the pulled 82 on but there's a recent poll by gallup in the night foundation that kind of redefines this idea that the distrust today is deepening it's different can you walk us through those numbers sure on this road this study came out on tuesday and it is the latest in a whole string of studies that have looked at trust in media and we know gallup has been looking at trust and institutions since the 1970s and since then trust in the media has been dropping since around nineteen seventy seven and the fact is so this is not new this is not a new problem it's not as if donald trump invented distrust of the media he has profited from it and he has ridden a wave that has begun um you know really in the 80s with the rise of talk radio and and fox news in the nineties which as tom rosen steel has written about extensively in this came out of the reagan administration in 1987 essentially abolishing the fairness doctrine and giving way to allowing people to open up sort of unip polar news organizations um you know and then those news organizations founded in their interest from a revenue point of view to say don't trust anyone else only trust us where the only ones telling the truth so it's been decades now of certain institutions saying don't believe the mainstream media thereby asked.

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

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"Shown a willingness to do so but do you see that finally began to change and do start to see the serious can of us military buildup you would see advance of a war right now you're not seen that but you could we interviewed us thunder tammy duckworth recently from illinois she's a veteran of the iraq war somebody's interested very much in global strategy in ngo politics and a free she used was we are sleepwalking towards war and that the us as much closer word than the american public realizes which is very scary she didn't think it was likely shouldn't think it was like seventy percent chance of it happening but that is a real chance of it happening and he would start to see signs he would start to see more us planes going more us troops going the existing base in south korean and japan be bolstered if you start to see those types of things it can potentially be harbinger indira lutchman on dig a little deeper on china for us china is clearly one of north korea's primary trading partners china and russia the us has tried to put some pressure on china to be more active in pushing back against north korea china has had some things to say about the rhetoric between the us and north korea what might china be looking for in the year ahead as it relates to this whole of this whole dust up we'll certainly president trump has been looking to china as the kosevo lynchpin and key to solving this problem he's not the first president who has leaned on china and hope that they would pressure north korea but the fact is china has its own reasons for not wanting to see the collapse of the north korean regime as it is already there are north koreans who come across the border into china all the time because they are starving because the country is highly repressive definitely the worst totalitarian state in the world and the chinese know that they have enough of their own poor people they're trying to lift them out of poverty and they don't want to have the collapse of an unstable country on their border with you know millions of people just pouring in that the last thing they need so i think that we may be over blowing it.

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02:15 min | 4 years ago

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"The president's rhetoric as you saw it this year did he escalated did they send their rhetorical barbs in in in different directions how how did that tit for tat play out over the year so trump made it personal in a way that kim jungmann had not initially in a trump started calling him rocket man and he's fat and his short the kim jong the propaganda as the american imperialist it had been more about the us as a whole not about calling trump older fatter would have the equivalent to be but it's when he gets personal for two leaders where a thin skinned do not used to have in their thirty challenged it gets very scary indira lutchman on secretary of state rex tillerson brought up the idea of dialogue with pyongyang fairly recently than the white house backpedalled on the secretary of state's message here is some of what secretary tillerson had to say earlier this month were ready to the talker tumbled large to talk but they have to go to the table and have to come to a table with a view that they do want to make a difference choice in the meantime our military preparedness as strong because of the situation the president has order our military planners to have a full range of contingencies available and they are ready as upto people many times i will continue our diplomatic efforts until the first bomb drops that was secretary of state rex tillerson speaking earlier this month indira talk about how america's diplomacy toward north korea has evolved over the course of the year look i mean there are other things that that rex tillerson said in that speech he also said that north korea should come to the table without preconditions to talk to the united states and they could talk about the weather they could argue about whether the table was rounder square just talk about anything and get talking and this is not the first time that the secretary of state has made an effort to you know set of light a fire under some kind of diplomacy with north korea he tried it a few months ago and he was immediately shot down by the president on twitter he was in china actually pretty much the only ally that north korea has and he was trying to talk about starting talks in the president tweeted out don't waste your time you know save your energy racks so.

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01:56 min | 4 years ago

"indira lutchman" Discussed on 1A

"About eleven months ago donald trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the united states a neophyte in american politics never held elected office as were his experience in international affairs he was known for marrying a cheque fashion model and later a slovenian fashion model he built a controversial golf course scotland he did promise to shake things up if he was elected and for sure he has he killed a major pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration he pulled the united states out of a global climate accord he threatened to derail a multinational agreement with iran questioned america's commitment to nato began a war of words with north korea and has refused to fully acknowledge the threat that vladimir putin's russia poses to us democracy we've talked about all this over the past year on the friday news roundup and as with all things political all these actions have supporters and have some detractors now let's take some time to look back at the big international news stories the played out across this year joining us now to discuss it is yogi driessen foreign editor of fox the author of the invisible front and the cohost of the podcast worldly you'll he welcome to winning thank shasha christian carl is the editor of democracy post at the washington post a contributing editor at foreign policy and the author of strange rebels 1979 and the birth of the twentyfirst century christian welcome thank you and joining us from st petersburg florida is indira lutchman on the washington columnist for the boston globe and the chair in journalism ethics at the point or institute for media studies in saint petersburg indira thanks for joining us josh with let's begin by talking about north korea it was in the news a lot this year especially the second half of the year christian carl how do you see the trump administration's policy on north korea evolving over the last year.

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"indira lutchman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"indira lutchman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Undermine trump the article goes on to say the policy debates were further complicated by the difficulty of even raising russian meddling with a president who viewed this subject as an attack on his legitimacy here to talk about this indira lutchman on columnist for the boston globe and the chair of journalism ethics at the point or institute back with us is fact frank fig lucy in are let me start with you this was definitely a failure of administrations past to this is this article which i really recommend people read goes back many years till the end of the cold war the collapse of the soviet union in 1990 in 1991 and sort of stipulates how we didn't understand we didn't understand the type of threat and the things that the russians might do to infiltrate but given that failure the the election of donald trump was an opportunity to change the narrative it was an opportunity to take this very seriously and do something about it but as the article states donald trump takes any conversation about russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election as an attack on the legitimacy of his election you're exactly right alley and this is true that european allies have been telling us for years now that we should be fearing the russians are this is not a new problem my this goes back several years to win the russians disrupted estonia essentially took down the entire essentially internet did a terrible cyber hack on estonia when it was joining nato and they were very upset about the baltic states which formerly had been part of the ussr as you say i mean the whole point here i think is two things one is we are definitely in a new cold war with the russians the problem is that one side that's the united states is not fighting back the second question is water putin's motivations here you know putin is in some ways much more like an old czar than he is like a stalin type leader he really wants to bring together the old soviet union than as you say fell in 1991 and he's done a lot to interfere in his neighboring countries that are no longer soviet.

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01:39 min | 4 years ago

"indira lutchman" Discussed on 1A

"Hey there i'm indira lutchman on sitting in for joshua johnson thanks for downloading the one a podcast from w a m u and npr for thursday twentieth twenty seventeen women talk to each other about everything do we say what we mean linguist deborah tannin has spent her adult life studying the art of conversation her new book shines the spotlight on female friendships and how what we say to our bffs says something about us to welcome debra such a pleasure to be here you have studied all sorts of human communication why did you decide to hone in this time on women's communication women's friendships or a huge part of many women's lives maybe i could say most women's lives but it's not talked about that much my last book was about sisters the one before was mothers and daughters this is the third really important all women conversation and relationship that is such a huge part of people's lives and they spent a lot of time with it hours spent talking to their friends now it's or maybe juicy their faces buried on their iphones and they're texting their friends and often what they're talking to their friends about is problems with other women friends while all right you're absolutely right about that as they having been a woman my whole life for a girl first now woman that is true all right so what is unique about the way that girls and women talk to each other compared with the way we talk to boys and men.

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