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"industry ukraine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Are crazy over two hours long the rally was the second longest speech of Mr trump's presidential career and was just one minute shy of his longest ever presidential speech get some analysis all this from Matt McCall the act president of Potomac strategy group and host of a podcast called mac on politics Matt how do you see it now not not a lot of weapons at this at this stage that impeachment is going to be a major issue in the twenty twenty election it's pretty clear yeah this is this is useful in an insane partisan box that most issues too I actually thought they would be more pressure on some of the venerable Margaret democratic incumbent members of Congress they apparently have made the calculation that the risk is greater if they vote no on impeachment yes I think a couple of them may live long if you would let that next year the at the other yeah should a curse but but yeah you know this whole thing is is that as a partisan exercise gives them across wanting to punish the present one to try to weaken him for reelection he will ultimately be acquitted in the Senate very soon followed by mid January and then we'll move on to whatever the next battle is right how do you respond when critics of the president in this process say he encouraged a foreign country to investigate his political rival yeah that's a good question what I would say is you know there's really not much question about whether you know Ukraine is a corrupt country and another brief smile the company at the heart of this in the crock company in fact the above administration industry Ukraine chosen fifteen all with that was asking for an investigation into this company so there's really not much debate about that question is whether you know whether you can you know you know best to gate and and the fact that when the board members is the son of the sitting vice president and so looking up to me I wish the president hadn't mentioned Biden's on the one called Ukrainian president I think it's reasonable I think reasonable people can conclude that that may have been inappropriate the question is not whether it's an appropriate the question is whether it is impeachable this is the single harshest penalty that we have in our constitutional system each one is intended to be clear overwhelming and and bipartisan in in this case it's none of those three things and so I I just think this is a an attempt by the Democrats to try the horn president trump politically and that's why I don't think it's going to benefit Democrats if anything it may on them the Republicans are unified now they've been probably at any time during trump's presidency and I think that's because impeachment speak with Matt Michael B. acts GOP consultants also hosts a podcast called mac on politics it when it comes to a trial in the Senate which camper you and get it done quickly or the splits pull some witnesses out here what they have to say I totally understand the desire to want to bring the whistle blower and Adam Schiff and hunter Biden then maybe Joe Biden under oath and have been testifying from the Senate the challenge with that approach is that it it said Senate Majority Leader the call it said I it's mutually assured destruction because on the other side the Democrats are gonna demand acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney informing us about to jump in and you know that at that that adds new testimony potentially new facts tension you got back into the mix I just don't think as they say that you support the Swedes I think ultimately we know they're going to be you know fifty three maybe fifty four maybe even fifty five votes to acquit president trump that that the fifty three Republicans will stick together and that she may get one or two or perhaps even three Democrats to acquit and so I think a short trial is in the White House interest in it and Senate Republicans interest I think it's my country's interest and I think that's where this all end up now the decision about whether they were going to be witnesses or not is not a decision for today or tomorrow in fact it's not even a decision until after the impeachment managers and the White House lawyers make you know offer their their their arguments I mean from the Senate so it we're gonna have some time before the Senate has to decide what happens with witnesses that will ultimately be a fifty one vote threshold that that the that the step the Senate will have to determine if the Republicans stick together they can use whatever process they they desire in your role as a consultant so when it comes to political matters like this is the time right now the time difference between now and November twenty twenty election day is at work in the president's favor I don't know that that's really works in either favor I think it it ultimately will minimize the importance of impeachment by next year by the net but elections next year yeah remember this trial can be over by mid to late January elections ten months later yeah I was gonna be a lot that happens Democrats run nominate someone all conventions on both sides to the economy is we have a second round of the China trade Dino deal gets done there's so much it's gonna happen thanks Matt Matt McCall the axe president of Potomac strategy group GOP consultants also hosted a podcast called mac on politics fourteen minutes after the hour.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Over two hours long the rally was the second longest speech of Mr trump's presidential career and was just one minute shy of his longest ever presidential speech get some analysis all this from that Kobe act president of Potomac strategy group and host of a podcast called mac on politics Matt how do you see it now not not a lot of weapons at this date at this stage that impeachment is going to be a major issue in the twenty twenty election it's pretty clear that he misses you spell on an insane partisan box that most issues too I actually thought they would be more pressure on some of the moderate democratic incumbent members of Congress they apparently have made the calculation that the risk is greater if they vote but no on impeachment that they both yes I think a couple of them may live long if you would let that next year the at the end yeah what should a curse but but yeah you know this whole thing is is that as a partisan exercise gives Democrats wanting to punish the pregnant one to try to weaken him for reelection he will ultimately be acquitted in the Senate very soon probably by mid January and then we'll move on to whatever the next battle is right how do you respond when critics of the president in this process say he encouraged a foreign country to investigate his political rival yeah the question what I would say is you know there's really not much question about whether you you know Ukraine as a corrupt country in another brief smile the company at the heart of this is a corrupt company in fact the above administration industry Ukraine chosen fifteen all with that was asking for an investigation into this company so there's really not much debate about that I guess the question is whether you know whether you can you know you know best to gate there is some and and the fact that when the board members some of the sitting vice president and so looking up to me I wish the president had mentioned Biden's on the one called Ukrainian president I think it's reasonable I think people can conclude that that may have been inappropriate the question is not whether it's an appropriate the question is whether it is impeachable this is the single harshest penalty that we have in our constitutional system it is intended to be clear overwhelming and and bipartisan in in this case it's none of those three things and so I I just think this is a an attempt by the Democrats to try the horn president trump politically and that's why I don't think it's going to benefit Democrats if anything it may narrowly harm them the Republicans are unified now they've been probably at any time during trump's presidency and I think that's because impeachment speak with Matt Michael the act GOP consultants also hosts a podcast called mac on politics it when it comes to a trial in the Senate which camper you and get it done quickly or the splits pull some witnesses out here they have to say I totally understand the desire to want to bring the whistle blower and Adam Schiff and hunter Biden then maybe Joe Biden under oath and have been testifying from the Senate the challenge with that approach is that it's it's it's as Senate Majority Leader the call it said I it's mutually assured destruction because on the other side the Democrats are gonna demand acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney informing us about to jump in and you know that at that that adds new testimony potentially new facts tension you got back into the mix I just don't think as they say that you support the Swedes I think ultimately we know they're going to be you know fifty three maybe fifty four maybe even fifty five votes to acquit president trump that that the fifty three Republicans will stick together and that you may get one or two or perhaps even three Democrats to acquit and so I think a short trial is in the White House if you're sitting in Senate Republicans interest I think it's my country's interest and I think that's where this and up now the decision about whether they were going to be witnesses or not is not a decision for today or tomorrow in fact it's not even a decision until after the impeachment managers and the White House lawyers make you know offer their their their arguments I mean from the Senate so it we're gonna have some time before the Senate has to decide what happens with witnesses that will ultimately be a fifty one vote threshold that that the that the stat the Senate will will have to determine if the Republicans stick together they can use whatever process they they desire in your role as a consultant so when it comes to our political matters like this is the time right now the time difference between now and November twenty twenty election day is at work in the president's favor I don't know that that's really works in either favor I think it it ultimately will minimize the importance of impeachment by next year by the net but elections next year yeah remember this trial can be over by mid to late January elections ten months later yeah I was gonna be a lot that happened you Democrats renominated someone all conventions on both sides to the economy is we have a second round of the China trade Dino deal gets done there's so much it's gonna happen thanks Matt Matt McCall the axe president of Potomac strategy group GOP consultants also hosted a podcast called mac on politics fourteen minutes after the hour on this.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

Impeachment, Explained

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"In some ways bigger thing you've been seeing among congressional Republicans is a massing around the idea that whatever the substance of the story the real problem is the way Democrats are running the open impeachment inquiries and in previous cases and so I I get why they are harping on that point but it's not like this thing doesn't exist right I mean Nancy Pelosi went on camera I mean the podcast ends with us right Nancy Pelosi goes on camera says that we are going to open injury impeachment inquiry we're GonNa look into the presents behavior and there are three House committees doing this bringing in witnesses getting testimony gaining information with republic you know Democrats are leading Republicans are there and so look I mean if your entire basis you need to vote I well okay that is a procedural issue but it doesn't really talk about the merits of the case so I want to be very clear on up because I think this has been confusing in the coverage when grammar others this is closed they don't mean it is close to Republicans they mean it is close to people who are not on the three relevant committees the three relevant committees are allowing Republicans into these rooms into these hearings into the testimony is just that it is not the case at the entirety of the House of Representatives can this juncture fully participate that's exactly right and there are over forty Republicans are getting the information and our our live listening to you know the witnesses one of the sends I think they're pushing for the vote is twofold one I think they know the Democrats might not have the votes in my that might have changed now with Bill Taylor testimony another inflammation coming out but there are clearly people in Pelosi's caucus that are worried about taking a vote and then the other one is historically there are reasons for why if the house inquiry he is opened or impeachment inquiry is open then Republicans can start subpoenaing their own folks and folks that they want to see in front so they would gain some power so that a lot of this is just yeah throw make it seem like this entire thing is legitimate another thing is to back Democrats into a corner and then another is you know maybe gained some more power for themselves but at the of the day this thing exists they're not attacking the merits of their just attacking a procedure? Alex Ward thank you very much thanks for having me we ended that conversation on Republicans and as you listened to this next conversation I want you to remember the Republicans have traditionally been the political party in America most worried about Russian aggression intervention an expansionary impulse we are looking at a story here that we tend to give to announce to America and Ukraine and Ukraine is an interesting bit player in a grand American political drama but this is fundamentally a context constructed by Vladimir Putin in Russia the reason that we are involved with Ukraine in this way because of what Putin has been doing in Ukraine and the reason that Donald Trump is able to act in this way is that he has a distinct view Vladimir Putin is very unusual for his party or frankly for anyone in the national security establishment in America and so there's something weird or about the fact that we did not actually leave lamour put behind muller the fact that he is still here much more or fully than I think the reporting is quite reflected is at chilling strange piece of it I'm joy next by Evelyn Farkas who was a top Pentagon official on Russia and Ukraine during the period in which Russia invaded Ukraine so the period kicked off a lot of the political events that we are living through and is now at the center for new American security the German Marshall Fund top expert on these issues she's really very knowledgeable and I think this is going to be this kind of conversation that quite awfully refrains a story that it feels like we already you buy conversation with Evelyn Farkas is next parkas welcome to impeachment explained thank you so much as our this is really fun to be back again so let's begin with Russia's invasion of Ukraine what is the context in which that happened L. You could go a little bit back and say in two thousand eight Russia invaded Georgia already so we already knew that they had a little problem recognizing and respecting borders but in the case of Ukraine when they invaded and seized Crimea and said it was going to be there's that was kind of a whole new thing that was the first time since World War Two that country had on that basically use military force to change the borders I mean it was like Hitler annexing you know Austria or the suitland so basically now we had a situation where the Russians had declared war on their neighbors sees their territory the international community you know all the way to the UN let's not forget condemned it and to this day they do not recognize what Russia did at the same time Russia decided that wasn't enough they actually wanted to destabilize Ukraine more and maybe take all of eastern Ukraine they started fomenting upper housing's using proxies and some of it stuck some of it didn't work the local officials stepped in and put in squash these efforts but some of them worked and so we have ongoing war right now in Ukraine has been going on for five years and thirteen thousand people have died so far I think that part would be surprising to people to the extent there's a narrative that has been propagated in America about Russia's invasion of Crimea. It's it it was this strange remarkable almost non violent invasion like one day they just showed up there and they had it but that's not quite been true it's not been the story since then yeah I mean the backdrop you know some of the listeners might say well why did they do this and it basically has to do with wanting to control Ukraine so when they're bad guy you know when they're sorry when they're cronies so we consider him a bad guy but when Yanukovych the guy who is the Russian crony essentially fled Ukraine for host two reasons we can get into if you want the Russians got alarmed and realized Oh my God our guy that helps us like keep influence over Ukraine just left he just got scared and left and so we now need to do something about that meaning we need to make sure we have some control over Ukraine now and in the future and from a military perspective they did want to have Crimea is it is a strategic area where there are a lot of ports in basis so there was in the crowd when I guess a fear that they might if they lose influence over Ukraine they might get booted out of meeting their military might get booted out of Crimea so that was initially why he went in to take it but everything he did from that moment forward meaning Putin was aimed at trying to reestablish political control over Ukraine and that's still the game he's playing right now it doesn't want Ukraine to be a democracy that's why Bill Taylor's testimony was very clear that this is a fight between Democrats and autocrats we're supposed to be the Democrats and the Kremlin folks are the autocrats so i WanNa pause on something you just said about Crimea to the extent that Americans think about Ukraine I don't think they think about it very much but Russia clearly considers it geopolitically central Bill Taylor in his testimony and some of the other diplomats we've been hearing from make the argument that it is very important to America's the political objectives to white is Ukraine important to all these world powers well first of all Russia I'll just say you're right historically they've always felt that Ukraine was the little brother was sort of attached to Russia it's also very important from the perspective of maintaining the Kleptocracy the whole economy in Russia basically thrives off of this corruption and a lot of evolves around the energy industry Ukraine is part of that because pipelines going through Ukraine providing natural gas to the rest of Europe so part of it has to do with Russia wanting to maintain that kleptocracy kleptocratic control over Ukraine and a little bit of the history right but on the western side and on the side of the Ukrainian people now over time increasingly we support the right of the Ukrainian people to determine their association do they want to be closer to Russia or do they want to be closer to the West and in two thousand fourteen the the president of Ukraine was favoring he was kind of playing a little game between us and Russia taking some loans from Russia and then trying to get association agreement with the European Union and hoping to get some kind of favourable economic benefits there and he made the Ukrainian people especially the youth think maybe Ukraine was on the cusp of creating an association agreement with the European Union in which again is very much what the young Ukrainians wanted they've looked at Poland next door which used to be their poor brother they're poor neighbor and Poland and the polls are far richer than you than the Ukrainians today I mean that's the best way to get people worked up when they see their neighbor doing better so that's part of it and then of course we said look we're not gonNA injured our fear and help Russia I mean of course we're going to help the Democrats who want to be democracies we're going to help Ukraine with you've reform reform the corruption which is at the base of the cleft talker Z. and help them become more democratic so you serving in the Obama administration when Russia invades Crimea. What does the Obama Administration do well it did to happen as you said very quickly the Russian military had learned their lessons from that invasion I mentioned earlier in Georgia because that wasn't flawless from a military perspective so what we learn when we watch Crimea was whoa those guys actually put together a plan they must have had this planned and they must have rehearsed before they actually executed it because it happened so fast so we didn't really a chance to do anything like as it was happening right once they were in Crimea and they had surrounded the Ukrainian military facilities as I wrote in an op Ed piece I had in the West in Crimea was probably at least for the near term gone again the international community the United States continues to back Ukraine's legitimate you know Russian of Crimea but for the time being we realized okay we'd have to just come back away from Crimea politically and then it was all about trying to help the the Ukrainian ends fight the war that was started by the Russians in the eastern area in in what's called the Donbass region and so we provided military assistance economics assistance diplomatically we spoke out again as I mentioned clearly in favor of the Ukrainian all of this was done to try to deter the Russians from trying to take any more territory from Ukraine and then again to help the Ukrainians get economically stronger so that they could also fight the Russians militarily economically and politically offer for the Russian expansion then there's another thing happening during this period before this period and then in an ongoing way that will end up destabilising American politics quite consequentially in which America's relationship with Russia Vladimir Putin's fury at Brock Obama is it's all deteriorating and can you talk a bit about that thread to how much is America's response to the Crimea invasion at the root of that how much is it things that happened before like why did the relationship between I mean I think what happened was when Obama came into office he was actually dealing with Medvedev as the president and Putin was the prime minister at the time he was pretty much still calling most of the shots but Medvedev was a lot easier to handle I don't know if you remember there was what they call the hamburger summit he came to the US and President Obama too come out to a hamburger joint race helpers Virginia exactly and you know they're they're also around the same age Medvedev is a lot younger than Putin and so administration and he even said that Medvedeva's a lot easier to deal with so then Obama came in with the reset and he achieved a bunch of objectives which he sat out for the reset including maybe one that he didn't set out at the outset but came to fruition which was getting the Russians to abstain on the the attack but basically on Libya to try to prevent Qaddafi from murdering his citizens and if I remember the year correctly it was two thousand ten and so that infuriated Putin and it's all been cumulative because Putin's been watching what's happened in terms of US foreign policy since posed our invasion of Iraq they had some economic interests they wanted at least addressed before we invaded and we didn't listen to them so Putin all along has just been real the angry at the United States for our foreign policy which doesn't treat him as an equal but also equally it's because like Hillary Clinton or someone told them to so he's got a conspiracy theorist mindset about democratic revolutionary doesn't understand it and he started to get very angry at Obama because he wasn't being consulted he wasn't being treated as an equal these foreign policy decisions were being made he thought you know obviously against the interests of autocrats he's an autocrat when Qaddafi came out of the sewage pipe.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dot com is the website. just when you thought it was safe to go back into the story of Russia here comes your credit again for five years plus now Steve who is the author of most recently war with Russia a summary of his remarks these last five plus years about the new Cold War beginning in the Ukraine crisis of twenty thirteen twenty fourteen the maid Dan explosion the flight from Kiev of the elected president and the imposition of what it is a fact colonizing effort by the United States out of part of Ukraine the civil war the break down in order the violence more than five years ago it appeared in the last year that Ukraine was settling down to be just an ordinary back scratching ex Soviet states where everybody did favors on the basis of family and payoffs however then the excitement of the election of a man named the login there's a Lenski who not only is not a politician but also he's hard to take seriously because he was starring in a television show in which she was presenting himself as a man who was accidentally elected president of Ukraine it was very popular but then he was really Alexa president of Ukraine he's a politician. after he was an actor well within these last hours he's made exciting headlines for all of Europe and it's going to come our way as well because in his presidential office in Kiev. this is while he's dealing with the crisis of Ukraine gate more of that with the professor tonight he receives a very famous visitor no you're wrong it wasn't put your even more wrong it wasn't any leader of Europe lower your even more wrong it wasn't any leader of any time ever it was an actor named Tom Cruise the landscape from the video is more excited about talking with Tom Cruise that he was talking about with present a crown of France president trump even president trump he was really excited this is a small time actor out of Kiev who's on the stage now the world stage with a major superstar Tom Cruise well back to Ukraine gave the lens is now the center of an inquiry by the democratic Congress the house of representatives for the true meaning of the phone call that we can all read for ourselves on July twenty fifth between the president of the United States and the country that the US is kept going with direct subsidies since twenty fourteen that would be you cry that is why the professors here tonight to very much give us to understand what you crane was what it is now under the land ski how it is that Ukraine can and and will solve Ukraine crisis of these many years because the president of France Mr McCrone the president of the United States Mr trump the president of Russia Vladimir Putin and the president of Ukraine Zelinsky all want the fighting to and destruction to go away and for everyone to make peace Steve I very good evening to you I understand the Tom Cruise news is diverting but we're going to concentrate on Mister is a landscape what do we need to know about how you crane got here right now how did they get into this mess especially how is it that vice president by. didn't that president trump that Mr Solin ski presidential Lansky and president Putin all complain about corruption good evening to stay I can only assume that you tried to get Tom Cruise yeah but he wasn't available yeah. what do you want me for if you want to talk about you crazy at the Tom Cruise is making a movie you however are responsible for explaining Ukraine well people should look at the video because it's very sweet I don't know if you mentioned because I lost your audio for a minute that is a Lynskey the president of Ukraine was himself a very very famous but only in Ukraine or at least in the Slavic world actor he had a a comedic sherry's right was it not Nestle popular he wasn't just some actor he had he was a big star not of Tom cruise's stature but he was really excited to see Tom Cruise in his office today and people can go and watch the video it's on the internet the question is I was wondering today though excuse me John I was wondering today. Ukraine has come so dominant our our politics and our diplomacy and now I think it's safe to say that it's going to be a big issue and the twenty twenty yes our presidential election yes if only because. I don't know if they're the two most likely candidates but I guess at the moment they are president trump and former vice president Biden will run on their your crane you crane records they both played a major role and what we're seeing in the news because by and a lot of business in you crying but in addition we need to remember that president Obama put Biden in charge of Ukraine during Obama's presidency that's how by name his son originally got a matched in all this I don't know if it's corruption with his business in Ukraine it's now on the headlines up the question really is. interesting and I'm not sure it rises to the level or just since the level of a trivia question but how did the United States get so involved in you cry a few years ago Ukraine would not have been on our radar okay it was part of the Soviet Union until nineteen ninety one and there were dramatic events there after nineteen ninety one the orange revolution in all. and there was super power competition between the United States. the post Soviet Russia for influence over Ukraine but still I mean it was not the kind he knew they should now be com that might seriously influence our own presidential election so how did this happen and the answer. I would say having been a skeptic from the very beginning going back to the night the answer is NATO expansion. United States ended up embroiled in Ukrainian politics and Ukrainian corruption because of the expansion of NATO that was John by the way when this was debated in the nine each one reach those of us who oppose NATO expansion gate that NATO expansion NATO is the United States in a sense would take the United States in the regions of the world where it had no vital national security interests which still more really did not understand. worlds of difference of realization of different practices of different industries Ukraine being walk so we are in Ukraine in such a big way to the extent that it might be a major issue in our own presidential election because of NATO expansion the attempt to bring a NATO I bring you going into NATO and here we have to remember the drama you and I I think we began our our weekly discussions about that time but what happened in Ukraine in two thousand and thirteen because this is where it all began. the elected legitimately elected he was a he may have been a runner but he was the knowledge to of one a free and fair election as president Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown by a street. so called by don operation at that moment. the United States and not only the United States with the western European. governments had to make a decision. with the knowledge of. the overthrow of Yanukovych as having been legitimate and therefore accept whatever government emerge and that was a faithful mall within twenty four hours the government should cleans the government of president Obama endorsed what was essentially a coup d'etat against Yanukovych she he may have been a bad guy everybody for the he was one of the few presidents elected in that region that former Soviet region of the world who had been elected through a more less free election and so much that's happened in Ukraine since then duration that overthrow of the elected president which so too does the American involvement the moment we not only accepted Yanukovych's overthrow bloody endorsed successor presidents first partnership go he was in a lack factory was selected and now's a Lynskey we are deeply implicated politically. leave aside the finances up with in Ukraine and this is something new in our life for me you and I John didn't grow up worrying about what you claim was kind of what was going to happen you know the only thing I knew was not not to say are you crazy to just say Ukraine that was my major lesson and Steve I had a Russian teachers who was Ukraine. by the way we ought to explain to listeners why were not permitted to say the Ukraine because if you usually use dot it implies that it's a province of another country and not a country in itself so this question arises not in all languages because that doesn't exist for example in Russian it's simply Krajina simply you crying what the Ukrainian government itself is insistent that foreigners who have the article law not used so we should not say to be politically proper and probably appropriate you know Ukraine Ukraine but they actually have criminal laws governing how this is formulated what. the moment professor will come back we'll continue about how Ukraine.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That means that people have to be put under oath and industry ukraine situation that would mean the dnc alexandra chiluba and the ambassador to ukraine and that would include all the heads including karen finney and that would include robbie mook and john podesta and hillary clinton are so what did they know when did they know it and that would include debbie wasserman schultz because chiluba was reporting back to the dnc who's the problem is is that you think that by putting them under oath we're going to get some kind of answers regarding seen that when we put people from the left under oath that does it meaning lakers lie i mean we look at benghazi is what difference does it make me look at james comey who lied about lynch and about trump and now we are looking at lynch who was the person that intercepted everything and now she's going to be held under this is go but the look i'm looking at fundamental truth and fairness if this standard is any outside entity or government having to any attempt to impact our elections like ukraine did then we need to know the truth that's what the democrats have been say then we need to talk about america influencing or trying to do feet a sitting prime minister of our closest ally in the middle east the only democracy in the middle east and that's that's victory one up sorry victory fifteen and obama and taxpayer money being used and that were really gonna look if we're gonna dig deep and we're going to it we're we're all talking about crimes here then we can't allow oh the clinton foundation kicked back twenty percent of america's uranium going to putin and the russians because after all let's the russians benefiting and hillary clinton sound asian benefiting there's real money changing hands there and that's a quid pro quo and we certainly can't overlook the dossier we can't overlook demnark croats regurgitating phony information by fusion gps that was hiring this former british intel guy that advances such a phony narrative about hookers and urinating in beds and in moscow in the ritz i'm sure that happens all the time at the ritz carlton in moscow with donald trump rump in the room the.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Was brought on as mr trump's campaign chairman and a few days later to loophole reportedly briefed the dnc staff about it see here's some ukrainian history for you there is a president several years ago name victor yanukovych yes cove each was faced with the decision he was given a trade deal with the eu or russian vladimir putin said hey man if you sign a trade deal with us we'll bail you out will pay off all of you guys is a debt you know in in certain industries ukraine is very important because all of russia's gas lines into europe go through ukraine yanukovych decided to sign the deal with russia instead of the eu immediately john mccain lindsey graham george soros and everybody else went over there the tory anew lind was even caught on tape saying screw this guy and everything else i mean there's no question the united states overthrew victor yanacocha mitch who then had to flee to soviet you are not soviet union and russia that's the time that russia took over crimea because crimea and ukraine used to be a part of the soviet union and crimea had an election and the people of crimea said we want to go back and be a part of russia of course united states says it was a sham election russia says it was all good so then they put in aid the united states put in a puppet president into ukraine and we put in a puppet legislature into ukraine and they do everything that we want them to do therefore they don't want donald trump to become the president during the election they want hillary clinton to be the president because she was secretary state there was helping overthrow the opposition which was again a college who was in power of course when anybody tries to bring this up on cnn here's what you get the moment that there's an fbi investigation or senate and house intelligence committee investigations into ukraine and the dnc and clinton campaign i'm happy to discuss it but that's not what going on right now and in for a finger the razor one there is one because nobody from the ukrainian government met with anybody from the clinton campaign specifically from the clinton campaign not because they kept it arms lane specifically from the dnc lutely 100percent truth that your scandal but of course is not an investigation because they don't wanna this i want to get him out realitychek i news check with me ktar.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Set he was talking about it and he here you have even jonathan karl bringing it up and then you have even fake new cnn their forced to do that which they don't want to do because we have to almost force feed them they're broccoli l i mean the fact that cares and he went on with berman and cammarata i mean it was obviously a softball energy and she knew that you be able to duck in dodge the questions nerine at but but they half the now you can't ignore you can't talk russia trump anymore without bringing this up it is almost impossible in every republican that goes on any show or any conservative on a show here the facts is you have a meeting with a dnc paid operative with the ambassador of ukraine in the ukrainian embassy you have all of that take place and information passed on to the clinton campaign and the democrats now that is what it is and they there's real collusion real meetings real high ranking people go right back to the campaign and disseminate sharples information i think it was fake jake tapper fake news jake tapper was out there saying well does matter goose hillary didn't win well as the ewc ukraine was trying to influence the election of ukraine was trying to influence the election then absolutely it matters is no difference than the allegation russia was trying to influence the election knowing differences if donald trump jr takes a call from our friend has a meeting for twenty minutes as bordj stiff walks away end of meeting in at a waste of his time and that's all they've got after eleven months a non stop conspiracy theories i think that now that we are where we are now got gotta take it a step further and that means that people have to be put under oath and industry ukraine situation that would mean the dnc alexandra chiluba wta and the ambassador to ukraine and that would include all the heads including karen finney and that would include robbie mook.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on KTRH

"And night on radio and tv the agreed that's true 100 percent and is end when you saw j secular this week at who is on the set he was talking about it and he here you have even jonathan call bringing it up and then you have eve even fake news cnn their forced to do that which they don't want to do because we have to almost force feed them they're broccoli aligning the fact that cares and he went on with berman in cammarata i mean it was obviously a softball interview and she knew that you'd be able to duck in dodge the questions merrin at but but they have to now you can't ignore you can't talk russia trump anymore without bringing this up it is almost impossible in every republican the goes on any show or any conservative unease show here the facts is you have a meeting with the dnc paid operative with the ambassador of ukraine in the ukrainian embassy you have all of that take place and information passed on to the clinton campaign and the democrats now that is what it is and they there's real collusion real meetings real high ranking people going right back to the campaign and dissemination of false information i think it was fake jake tapper fake news jake tapper was out there saying well does matter because hillary didn't win well as the uk ukraine was trying to influence the election of ukraine was trying to influence the election then absolutely it matters is no difference in the allegation russia was trying to influence the election knowing differences if donald trump jr takes a call from our friend has a meeting for twenty minutes as bordj stiff walks away end of meeting in and a waste of his time and that's all they got after eleven months of non stop conspiracy theories i think that now that we are where we are now we've got gotta take it a step further and that means that people have to be put under oath and industry ukraine situation that would mean the dnc alexandra chiluba and the ambassador to ukraine and that would include all the heads including karen finney and that would include robbie mook and john podesta and hillary clinton there so what did they know when did they know it and that would include debbie wasserman schultz because chill loophole is reporting back to the dnc who's that had problem is is that you think.

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"industry ukraine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"industry ukraine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"For months and he he can crozier l pga teaching crowd get golf ready he wgam all these programs that are out there that can kick committed acts depending on their agitate account they wanna play casually they wanna play competitively they want to get involved in any way they can go either family oriented today the hope at then anti kkk that in an anti you get more involved you know it's interesting would you grew great question about you know the rules that there were in a period right now with the us she's looking at making changes with the rules and there's a six month period that were in the middle of were they're looking for input from the public and you know is i'm thinking about this they'll be times where i go out and play golf by myself or or maybe my son or something and and we want a here to the exact rules in if if i wanna hit a second ball all he wanted to kind of work on my game and and if i you know putting from twenty feet and the ball is three inches i'm not necessarily keeping score because i'm only gonna play six or seven or eight holes and so i i haven't really played by the strict rules of golf and haven't putting everything out but to me that's a big part of my golf world is is to be able to go out and do that when i have a few minutes for an hour and a half so you know that's something that the you'll maybe some of the newer women to to if they're gone play you know golf just amongst themselves don't worry about it right and just just play the game and and have a little fun i know at least with your thoughts are on that type of approach yeah i'm all for you i'm and we have on person who play nine holes sharing getting the industry ukraine last uh amen and i do exactly what you do you're you're near i will get i'm convinced that will not get any benefit from trying to hit a ball three times out the middle of what you're not going to help me better for me to throw a second ball down figure out what i did wrong try to crack it and hit a great shot in an anti to hold onto that muscle memory 'cause i can avoid that good got felt like in what did make it an yeah well well put lisa.

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