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Ex-adviser to first lady: Working for Trumps was a 'mistake'
"Callous clan tainted by deceit and deception. That is the description of the Trump family by a former adviser and close friend of first lady Melania Trump. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff spoke with Lindsay Davis of ABC News the day before her book comes out. In Melania and me the rise and fall of my friendship with the first lady walk off claims that she's still working with investigators to dig into potential financial crimes committed in connection with Donald Trump's inauguration. She claims is an event planner. She was made the cover girl for what she calls inauguration shenanigans. In the interview, she explains why she thinks Donald and Melania Trump are perfect for each other before. Donald In Milan, you got married. He made it very explicit that he did not want to have a wife that wants to be in the spotlight as much as he did like Ivana tomorrow, and Melania botched that and it's what does make their marriage work for them. There have been reports that walkoff secretly recorded conversations with Mrs Trump in which the first lady had some harsh things to say about the president. Adult Children but walkoff refused to confirm or deny. That
Melania's ex-friend: Trump family tainted by 'deceit, deception'
"Clan tainted by deceit and deception, that is the description of the trump family by a former adviser and close friend to first lady Melania Trump. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff spoke with Lindsay Davis of ABC News the day before her book comes out in Melanie and me. The rise and fall of my friendship with the first lady walk off claims she's working with investigators to dig into potential financial crimes committed in connection with Donald Trump's inauguration. She says she was made the cover girl for what she calls inauguration shenanigans. In the interview, she she explains why she thinks Donald and Melania are perfect for each other before. Donald and Melania got married. He made it very explicit that he did not want to have a wife that wants to be in the spotlight as much as he did like Ivana tomorrow.
White Rhinos Eavesdrop to Know Who's Who
"Rhinos have notoriously poor eyesight. So they mostly rely on their noses to understand the world around them. But. There's one interaction in which sound plays a key role. Southern, White Rhino males can either be dominant or subordinate, and only the dominant males hold and defend territories. New Research finds that they eavesdrop on the cause of other males to know who is who. Founded to. Gary information about the demand that you. Mean that's Listening to clone, you can save the mail it's real or not. Ivana Singa zoologist at the University of KwaZulu Natale in South Africa. She and her team spent almost two years in south. Africa's Shish Louis Inflow Z. Park recording the social contact and courtship calls of male rhinos. Then, they played those calls back to the dominant territorial males and watch the responses. The researchers asked that the Rhino calls not being included in this podcast. Do the concern that poachers could use the calls to lure rhinos closer? Back. To the reactions of the Rhinos Day package through Search for the Intruder Anti. ME. To spend so billing time searching. For into their after Nicholson supporting school. which was Pfizer by. Territorial male rhinos hold exclusive breeding opportunities with the female rhinos. Subordinate males could thus be interested in challenging the territorial male dominance but dominant males rarely lose their territories to subordinate males at least while they're in prime condition. So responding to the channel call quickly has little cost. But other dominant rhinos theoretically pose a larger risk. So when territorial rhinos heard other dominant males the oriented towards the direction of the sounds but they took their time responding. The researchers think that the rhinos were being careful waiting to acquire more information before reacting. and. Most of them did eventually investigate the source of the sound. Rhinos are always under a high risk of poaching. So parks and preserves usually keep tabs on every individual rhino the care for. Sink of says that understanding their social dynamics could allow wildlife managers to more effectively manage their rhino herds, which ultimately enables them to better guard and protect the animals from poachers. So that rhinos can keep on calling for a long long time.
Highlights: Man City 4-0 Liverpool
"City's four nil demolition of Livable Craig. Burley Steve Nicol and DOT WITH ME Steve Big deal. Know. Alyssa not disappoint, and it's as deflate and. But it's no big deal and really should we be surprised? You know Liverpool war on heightened. Anyway, and we're playing against a great team. And they just outplayed, but you know what. After the next game when they weren't well before Gotten Craig I saw you on twitter, talking about how this is taking the shine of slightly the title. Yeah Yeah was trying. Trying to encourage those edits that will suggest that not go away. Hide under a rock. Liverpool for fifteen twenty minutes. Were the Liverpool. That will come to admire, but then I just thank God. For you know war subconsciously. Doesn't really Martin and the. It doesn't for them and and some sense from a professional standpoint, the steam engine you don't. You don't ever want to have that happen as a player. In the League wrapped up nearly as you have then subconsciously unless. Pledge Not can say they've been celebrating. And some wager in this lockdown social destin's and still managed to enjoy this, and so the preparation has been affected is on top of that. You know we know set here agreed site. We know we'll set. These problems are done set. These problems have been the catastrophic mistakes have made defensively. They can open up any team. You're never meant that neither team that for seven days as we celebrate within the League you agree in. Yeah absolutely I there was a god Ivana formed by the Manchester City plans level, and quite rightly, too, but that was all. They began to give them tonight. I think they wanted to just make a point to live appropriate is little point and admire reflection. Watching that was it felt unreal. It felt like a friendly. It didn't have the intensity really of Manchester. Manchester Society Liverpool game as we understand it, it'd be end. It didn't really matter being Liverpool picture full strength team They wouldn't have wanted anything like that to happen, but it did and all. I can say really. Is that Liverpool? Party might have been a heck of a lot better than we all saw. Because the defendant in particular had double vision. Steve. What's that income? which is clarify that you're not broadcasting this show from inside the show or Cuba? benching cuts from living. Off. Of criticism of the date goal. If Mrs Dark appears from behind those curtains. I promise you. Stephen. Stevie. Stevie USB the situation before where you want. And having to go through the motions he must be. Yeah the one that comes to was way by two three Liverpool dropped the title up. We're like four games to go. And of course I'm I've just joined the team and I'm trying to get and so I'm I'm all on edge I'm I'm I'm coaching trated and that same team that completely dominated dot year. Finished the season with with like. Three defeats a two defeats, two draws, and then score any goals and. Just was was a shell of what had been previously, and these were these were experienced center national players who had been through the ringer renew. It was all about. And it didn't. Didn't really have that much. There was no wedge. There was no edge with the coaching staff and so. Particularly me I shouldn't have been surprised. It Didn't really matter in the end, but I'm intrigued to get your thoughts on the penalty Steve Did. You think it was the right decision. Listen I can see why the referee gave it because. Y-. Gomez on was across the front, and how to hold of of of Sterling, no question. The problem I have is that and the same tussle they were having sterling had half of Gomez Short, and he's left hand holding them all. So that's the only thing that annoys me I can see why it was given. A little dive, either by the way I don't see how you can die when somebody's holding onto your belly button. But I can see why it was governed. And as you said previously, the truth is the titles wrapped up. So why get bent over of boater? Didn't
Trump wants federal hiring to focus on skills over degrees
"President trump is said to outline a new direction for hiring federal employees under an executive order the president will sign today a college degree may not carry the weight it once did in getting a federal job administration and industry officials say the president will direct the federal government to prioritize skills over a degree when hiring it's not eliminating degree requirements altogether but instead stressing skills in jobs where a degree is less important Ivana trump who co chairs a White House workforce advisory board tells the AP the change will help create a more inclusive and talented work force the federal government is the nation's biggest employer Sager mag ani Washington
Trump to hold news conference on virus
"The president tweets he'll have a news conference at three PM eastern here at the White House where the virus is edging ever closer to him a Brazilian official met with the president last weekend in Florida has tested positive as has an Australian cabinet minister who was with Ivana trump and Attorney General William Barr last week bar is staying home today though his spokeswoman says the Attorney General feels great and is not showing symptoms White House officials have not responded to questions about whether they intend to be tested or self quarantine the president's take yesterday let's put it this way I'm not concert Sager make on the at the White House
Jude Law among narrators of 'Beedle the Bard' audiobook
"Jude law is the voice of albus Dumbledore in the new audiobook version of JK Rollings the tales of Beedle the bard it's got some other call narrators to they include Warwick Davis who played professor Flitwick Ivana Lynch who played Luna Lovegood and Bonnie Wright who portrayed Ginny with Weasley in the Harry potter movies audible said the audio book of tales of Beedle the bard will go on sale March thirty
Robert Hyde, GOP figure in Ukraine documents, says he was 'playing' with Giuliani associate
"Senate lawmakers have been sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts ahead of president trump's impeachment trial and beers got Newman says opening statements will get under way next week the biggest question that needs to be resolved is whether to call witnesses many conservatives oppose that but some more moderate Republicans such as Maine's Susan Collins say they might favor it NPR's Scott Newman reporting president trump is accused of abusing power by pressuring you cranes president to announce an investigation into Joe Biden and his son and for holding of U. S. military aid to Ukraine the president says he didn't do anything wrong on Thursday the government accountability office found the president did break the law by suspending the aid for fifty five days the White House rejects the GAO report the FBI is investigating a trump donor from Connecticut this is in connection with the president and Ukraine and fears Bobbi Allen reports on Robert hide hides name grab headlines this week when house Democrats released a new batch of documents showing text messages between him and Lev Parnassus the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani in the exchanges hide who used to be in the marines claimed to have been doing surveillance on former US ambassador to Ukraine Murray Ivana the age before trump abruptly recalled her from her post hide is a bombastic and pretty obscure Republican candidate for Congress even here in Connecticut his name is widely unknown his state's own party asked him not to run for office after he posted some offensive and misogynistic tweets now the FBI is boring into his
Trump pushes national paid leave at White House summit
"Ivana trump calls it a monumental step that she hopes will lead to the creation of pale paid leave program for all Americans a provision has been tacked onto a defense bill that guarantees parental leave for all federal workers the president supports the move which was the subject of a White House summit today an estimated one out of every four American moms returns to work within two weeks of giving birth because they cannot afford to miss a paycheck or risk losing their job we want every mother to have the chance to spend those precious few weeks with her newborn or adopted child the defense bill also gives troops a pay raise and establishes a space force Congress is expected to
House OKs defense bill, parental leave for federal workers
"And as you said to be important to Ivana trump is on the agenda today at the White House president trump today delivers remarks at with the White House is calling a summit on child care and paid leave bringing together governors lawmakers and private sector CEOs to talk about this critical issue for millions of Americans administration officials say today's event is designed to showcase its support for accommodations for child care and paid family leave benefits that have long been supported by Democrats it takes place a day after the house passed a key defense spending bill that includes twelve weeks of paid parental leave for federal workers president trump
Ivanka Trump says whistleblower's identity is not relevant
"Thirty Ivana trump says the identity of the whistle blower whose complaints sparked the impeachment inquiry of her father is quote not particularly relevant she told the Associated Press that she's more concerned with the person's motive since the whistle blower was not actually on that July phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president house Democrats are investigating president trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate
Ex-envoy tells impeachment inquiry Trump ousted her based on 'false claims'
"Defining the trump administration former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie your fun of it went before lawmakers after the state department tried to block her testimony she was appearing in response to a subpoena by democratic leadership and leveled a stunning allegation telling lawmakers according to the York times she didn't remove from her post by president trump because of unfounded and false claims by people with clearly questionable motives referring to efforts by the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani I do not know Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking me Ivanov it's wrote in her statement adding but individuals who have been named in the press as contacts of Mr Giuliani may well have believed that their personal financial ambitions were stymied by our anti corruption policy in Ukraine the former ambassador talking about love harness and eager Freeman two of Giuliani's associates who were indicted yesterday for trying to use political contributions in order to get her fired train your bondage was known for her anti corruption work the old oligarch system is still clinging to life and corruption is its life support she also said in her opening statement the harm will come when bad actors in countries beyond Ukraine see how easy it is to use fiction and innuendo to manipulate our system has the impeachment inquiry deepens Ivana which is the latest in a string of key interviews on Monday former White House Russia adviser Fiona hill is set to testify someone who had a pivotal role in the president's dealings with Ukraine also next week he you ambassador Gordon someone who was blocked by the White House last week from being deposed he's expected to now show up under subpoena he was a top aide on Ukraine text messages show he was well aware of the president's desire for an investigation into Joe Biden and his son of vital interest to the committee's is ambassador bill Taylor another career diplomat currently running the U. S. embassy in Ukraine he was clearly uncomfortable with the pressure being put on Ukraine by president trump texting Solomon are we now saying that security assistance and White House meeting are conditioned on investigations someone responded call me Taylor has been asked to testify it's unclear when that may happen or if the administration will try to block his testimony as
Alaska Villages Run Dry and Residents Worry 'If This Is Our Future of No Water'
"Number of communities in Alaska spent the summer worrying. They were about to run out of water in one native village water crisis is leading residents to drastically caustically questioned their community's future for member station K. BBI Rene Gross has more non. Wallich is located south of Anchorage on the southern Keanae Peninsula. It's only accessible by boat or plane and it's home to members of the soupy tribe mean a catas- Makarov cough stands over a large puddle water on her stove top boiling. She uses a smaller pot to scoop the boiling pulling water into a large bowl of cold water. This makes perfect water. I sponge bath. Something ca vast. Nicole isn't looking forward to you. It doesn't feel like you're clean sponge. Baths are one of the many habits. Her family has adopted since the village began running low on water last month. Non Wallich officials started shutting the water off for twelve hours every night and the state has issued a boil water notice John avast Nikolov is non on wall ex-chief and Nina's brother-in-law he says the village of roughly three hundred residents realize the water in its reservoir was running earning lower about a month ago due to lack of rain and low snowpack. We really didn't have a plan but then we started calling these AIDS and look. We're running the water. Local agencies communities and the borough government have flown embarks Jin water to the village Ca Vasna Cov says the water water has gotten low before but it hasn't caused an emergency since two thousand three KVASS knockoff adds that the villages growing population and old leaky pipes are helping or all in line to get a new water water system to replace the old beat up water line but we have no. He says the village is also looking at increasing the size of its reservoir and raising funds to buy reverse osmosis machine so they can drink drink water from the ocean ric. Thomann is a climatologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The warming climate will mean that we will want to be prepared in the future for these kinds of events. Thomann says this summer areas across the state have seen record heat and dryness Alaska's Department of Environmental Environmental Conservation pointed out that six communities dealt with water shortages this summer more than any summer in recent memory non on Wallet Resident Ivana Ash is almost as concerned about water for fish as she is about water for drinking ashes getting fish near a stream while her mother catches them nearby. I WanNa stay on help my parents because I haven't been home for quite some time and would like to spend some time with the elders back. She says if she can find a jabot swear she'll take it also do want to be in a place where there is awesome water. Feel bad about drinking or shower. Some non Wallich residents including Meena Ka Vasna Cov are considering sitting moving. KVASS Mikhalkov says are stook culture is deeply tied to this land but this summer changed things for her if this this is our future of no water what's going to happen to everybody. The village hopes that foam rain will bring reservoir levels back to normal until then they plan to keep on boiling water for N._p._R. News. I'm renee gross in Non Wallich Alaska.
"ivana" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Like I got like that's what we need to pay for all but this is a VOB is new dog which is a what three do you think it is a malamute it's a white it's white it's a husky may I don't know it's a little anyway she tweets this out which I guess was the mistake data have a Garmin receipt when a popped up what's your daughter's name occur never died in her dream come true shovels and wanted to start to be winter the new family dog okay so it's it's white it's got blue eyes as you just heard the ABC report that's being called in a big way to this isn't just a couple of social justice warriors on Twitter a big way this is being called racist I I kid you not this is a real life right now he likes the color white they're saying and it's not even his dog and is not from the pound is a three part prong ballpark I could get maybe if people are upset that you didn't adopted from a pound whatever but even even then this is still our own personal opinion but it I love the line too against the backdrop of the immigration crisis many years saying this doesn't look good whole whole reads racism into a dog it's it's startling on okay so it's era bell is dog she's eight she got her eighth birthday and the dogs breed which I want to know what it is hold on one second winter winter Kushner dog and everyone they Allah does in a pretty I I just I can't believe we've actually reached this point you think these people have always been out there but now they have Twitter the social media so now we're hearing from these in that case now it's just they just crawl out of the dark caves since this discussing you know it's sad to is that she Ivana probably thought you know I can post this is a nice thing that's my daughter's birthday we got our dialogue of all things this won't be controversial and an Alaskan Klee kai.
U.S. Congress expands probe of White House personal email use
"The house oversight committee is expanding its investigation into the use of personal email accounts by a number of White House officials including Ivana trump Jared Kushner and former chief strategist Steve Bannon it's an expansion of a probe originally launched by Republicans when they controlled the house oversight chairman alleged coming says the White House has failed to honor and earlier requests for documents and briefings he's now asking for copies of all communications that he says are in violation of federal law and the white house's own records policy according to the mother report ban and has admitted using his personal blackberry and email for official
Senator Ivana, Nevada And Jamie Yuccas discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Well for the first time in our nation's history a state legislature has a majority of female lawmakers, fifty one percent of Vata's state legislature are women far exceeding the fifteen percent some states like Mississippi and West Virginia CBS's Jamie Yuccas talked with some of that as new majority who are pushing for change in the halls of Nevada State capitol. It's hard not to notice. There's a wave of women. They're young women who look at the wall of our country's presidents and think no one looks like me. And they can look to Nevada say, wow. So many of them look like me. Senator Ivana can sell says the new majority has propelled female focus legislation. She's behind a Bill passed earlier this month protecting a woman's access to abortion and removes the requirement of asking, whether she's married or not. Women all over the country said, I'm tired of taking the back seat to having other people make decisions about my body about my children about my life about my workplace. I want to be in that decision making seat. Pat Spearman, one of the longest serving state senators I took office in twenty thirteen. She says many of the bill's passing our topics that naturally arise. When women are at the table, the women who are here, this time
Nevada, Senator Ivana And Jimmy Eucharist discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"And for the first time in our nation's history, state legislature has a majority of female lawmakers, fifty one percent of Nevada's state legislature, or women far exceeding the fifteen percent in some states like Mississippi and West Virginia CBS's, Jimmy Eucharist, talk with some of the Nevada's new majority, who are pushing for change in the halls of Vata state capital. It's hard not to notice. There's a wave of women. They're young women who look at the wall of our country's presidents and think, well, no one looks like me and they can look to Nevada and say, wow. So many of them look like me, Senator Ivana can sell us as the new majority has propelled female focus legislation. She's behind a Bill passed earlier this month, protecting a women's access to abortion and removes the requirement of asking, whether she's married or not women all over the country said, I'm tired of taking the back seat to having other people make decisions about my body about my. Children about my life about my workplace I want to be in that decision making seat. Hats Spearman, one of the longest serving state senators I took office in two thousand thirteen. She says many of the bill's passing our topics that naturally arise. When women are at the table, the women who are here, this time then matter, which party when we're passionate about something
South Korea's Moon faces tough challenge in 3rd summit with Kim Jong Un
"Korea's liberal. President faces growing skepticism at home about his engagement policy heading into his third summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN a survey show nearly half of South Koreans think next week summit will not find a breakthrough to resolve a troubled nuclear diplomacy. It comes as president moon. Jae in's approval rating is declining amid economic frustrations nam sung woke up professor at Korea. University says moon cannot maintain public support with his North Korean policy alone. I'm
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"So it's helps me understand me, but. All the people that are important part of sure life, and it helps. In my case, it helps my ego from coopting every situation to make it about me and go, you know, put myself in their shoes and realize, you know, actually have some perspective on the whole scene. It's also takes away the onus. It takes away the the, the Kravitz of it. Yes, you know. So it's puts a light puts air to it. Yeah, allows us to breeze through it into sometimes we get so oppressed by that information that there's, there's a lack of breath and week had suffocated back emotionally. Suffocated. Yeah, we've got von a chubby on the book is called the power of the actor. I love talking to you so much. Thank you so much. I know you're on your way overseas to go work every other country time to come and talk to us. I just have one more question. We're going to keep it really short, but. You know when when some actors have been in your class for a long time and they're thinking of throwing in the towel and they're really good, who, what do you say to them. Depends on the actor. Class. I know they'll say, maybe this is something you shouldn't do, you will. Yeah. And then sometimes they say it's a crime for your quits, his keep going to start giving it enough time and be more proactive, nothing proactive as you say, home waiting for your agent to make a phone call for you and sisters at work. That way, you know there's something Kabbalah the Proactiv solution, and it's very much. I know. Research. Always God very helpful, and it's something you can actually do daily and be proactive. We're not talking about an acne cream at all. Not not the acne cream Awad Katy Perry cells. This is an. Much. Chubby technique. The book is available on Amazon. I got mine through. Kindle or one of those? It's everywhere. It's everywhere. To this in allows my my website. You could get find the book in different languages is there's a part of the on my website that says, getting the book on a dot com to bees. Yeah, yes. Power of the actor. Thank you so much, and I will be seeing you very soon. Michelle until next. Yes, my love. Bye. Can I get an. Can't love yourself hand the handgun. Allow somebody else. Can I get a name and don't forget to subscribe on IT. Love yourself on the hill. You're going to love somebody..
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Some people don't, but that's their personal journey that I sent from me to tell them what that is is long as you're in front of me, I will give you the best stuff to us that you're not going to get to the next level next five levels on love it. No, the book is the book still in print. I got mine from either on iphone on I apple Cam. Is it still an actual print? Yeah, it is. So you can buy the physical book? Oh, yeah. By the physical book at like pardonable. Yeah, stores everywhere of also. Of getting on Amazon. Amazon has it always has it. You have spoken version of it, do you do it? I, I choose not to for reason because his, I also use. You've read, you're reading the book. You got a lot of examples of what you would use for this particular scene, for example. But if I read over that's the only way you can say that line and you're not gonna put your own. That's interesting. That's why I don't doesn't. I think, coach at McCann's. What do you tell to young people who may be in your class or who you meet around the world who want to get into acting? What's the advice you give them? I think it's really important to be. It'd be educated to to to find a place that you can really feel like you can grow work. Really hard. Work ethic is super important to really not only find a place to that will give you resource of education, but also take risks in the choices. You make that only as your inner work, but in that you make in terms of what you're going to do as an actor or writer director take chances take risks, make be bold. Boundaries are meant to be crossed. You know, push the envelope, do things that would be like, whoa, can't believe that person did that because that's the kind of stuff you want to be like dare devils and our emotional path. This be able to like to me, work ethic and taking risks and be fearless in your choices is the recipe to success in all they see why are there. So few actors who on par with Geraldine page sandy, Dennis, and Kim Stanley, what? Why are there? So few of those because there's always going to be the more excellent. You're always going to be less people in that that pot. So if you think in terms of like genius geniuses, there are this many okay against the small little inspiration. I just made that many and, but normal people, normal intelligence. There's like a huge amount. So like you say. So genius level is always going to be a smaller group of people. So whether genius artists actor or genius like Einsteins, how many Einsteins are you know? So it's a there every, you know. Every grouping of like of humanity. Age is always going to be a small, select group that are geniuses in whatever field it is that they do. Would you add to that list? I've named Kim Stanley of Jolan page and sandy. Dennis? Who would you what I Anthony Hopkins, who would you? Yeah, Jack, Nicholson. That banning, she's brilliant. So Meryl Streep, don't get me started on. I was so upset with that. Liverpool, how she did not get any. That was so brilliant isn't never not really int- agreed, amazing actress who doesn't care about awards. That's why that's why she doesn't because you have to politics. That's right. I, you know about the politics. He, it certainly is. And Judith light is one of my girls. And Judith light is like, I think one of the great Dr starting five to delight socially. She's an ad campaign for them shell. Yes, yes, yes. Transcendent? Yeah, haunting. Even at transparent. She blew my mind. She's a magic that's doing the topic observed, the chill. Talk about it. People ask her, what do you need to do to be successful in this business? And she says, Linda chubby technique and take risks in your new choices. And so she's she's, she knows that when she first came to me, it was after who's the boss. And she felt like after some years he hadn't been working and that she felt that it was over for her because older women don't work. And I said, well, we can't look at it that way..
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"We've gotta vonda chubby with her book the power of the actor. It is amazing. And even if you don't wanna get into acting, you need this book because it helps you navigate an understand human behavior. It's all. There and really understanding what motivates you? I think it's, I don't think it's a hit around the world because it is a revolution. Now we're in a time where art is being put under question and people I feel don't generally aren't putting his much value on art and people are. You know, in fact, we started seeing this years ago where art programs started falling the wayside. Tell me around the world in your travels. Is it that same way outside of America do the value of artists in the and the role they play in our culture? How? How strong is that in other places? Because I'm basically, I'm, I focus is really about entertainment arts. It's like nobody not only not giving up on that. Everybody wants more think about all the streaming channels. There's cable, there's there's all kinds of ways that you could get your. Movie. There's theater of course, and it's like there's there's so many avenues of the entertainment business that is way beyond that we ever had before. The back in the day, every country would have their own stations right now, we can get people to stations from all all over the place. Every country has like I worked on bones for twelve years with the the stars. It would come to my house every weekend, and we go over like breathing and the humidity shirts procedural have humor sexuality connection and also deepen it out. And but bones is a huge hit all over the world. And so it's like what we're talking about. People who want to be great because now they're now the environment is huge where used to be their their country. And that's all they were. Yes, Enid. Right. So now the possibility that you could be seen or be used in other countries around the world worldwide platform. So worldwide platform now, social media and all that stuff. So the the thing is people now are putting more before it used to be. You went to drama school and then you were done now. My schools are doing really well all over the world because people, no, that's not enough anymore because you're secular drama school only goes so far. It's like asking a doctor to say, like, they went to medical school that he's never going to learn anything more about lettuce, ripe, right? The rest of his his doctor years, it's like, well, now you have like a bigger bigger platform. You have to rise to the Cajun people compete world theater the world arena. And so it's actually pumped up the value of education and artistry and being really great and pride in that in terms of people go into to see art galleries that got us the, I think that's probably at all time low. 'cause it's social media, which I believe is often antisocial run because it's a way through technology to really not truly communicate. So that's why I think even more important that my actors writers directors really explore the depth in the truth of. The of their needs without shame with empowerment with with with urgency and was pride, you know, and and and so it is it terms of the difference between somebody who is a real artist in someone who isn't it's is, is a person who really wants to look at it who wants to fight their fear because most courageous thing to deal with the issues that you feel are that make you ugly, you know? And when you get the permission to do that, how do you give yourself permission to go to that place? Well, I, it's, it helps to have a mentor that believes in into also like look at, look at all these other people like Halle Berry and and like semesters Salone to get more words for creed than any other movies ever done original Rockingham..
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"So it has nothing to do with sexual selection or or or job needs, you know, and you're helping. That's why it's so successful because it's not. It's an and I think you said thirteen year old girls junior are our biggest thing about as a woman, a woman, it's harder to be a woman than it is to be a man because all of a sudden. You've been to create life and so on his hormones in your body, twelve thirteen. When you get your period and it becomes like in insanity, this happening in your mind, if like how to deal with life and everything is dramatic. Even more like a boys growing up is drama. You know, team world with a woman is is hyper dramatic. Am I right? The most awful -morphosis. I once said to someone I said, look, you give me a chance to kill myself now or go back to being a teenager or I kill myself. Okay. So the things your audiences that not be again because they have anything even understand idea of gay or straight for the most part is because the story of affiliate damaged feeling that good enough of feeling like people don't get them and they don't fit into the world. Most girl teens don't think they fit in anywhere. They're popular. They don't feel that way. That's why your audience is that that is collagen. Why that is your biggest. I agree. I agree. We've got a on a topic. The book is called power of the actor. We're gonna take a break route quick. We'll be right back after this. You know, I can't talk about squarespace enough. I love this company. They make it so easy for you to make your own website. It is unbelievable, and we get so many emails from people who've made these beautiful websites. If you have a website that you've made through squarespace, send us an Email at rupaul pod. Cast g mail dot com. I wanna know about it. Michelle. You have won their who's that letter from. So this is from our friend, Greg, dear ruin Michelle your podcast leaping in poppies, which was a recent one that affected a lot of people. Ru is so timely and so appreciated. You spoke for so many of us in such a caring intentional and truthful way that erases any shame or embarrassment about depression. That title is now part of my lexicon and is my mental totem when I find myself in that place on another note when starting my new business candle daddy. Ooh, I knew I was going to have to launch a website and trust me. No one is more untaped than me. The thought struck fear and dread in me, but I dug in shopped around and show squarespace. I listened to your podcast faithfully, and I knew that if you to get behind them, then they must be good and Notre words have been spoken. They are wonderful. It was so easy. And when I would come to an impasse their online support, it is unequaled and tutorials are written in such a way that even I can understand them. Customers love my site and I love my squarespace peeps. Thank you for all you do. And thank you for standing with squarespace, and that's from Greg Bryant and it's candle, daddy, AT x dot com.
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"So I, I guess it would be something that helped me find my way to not have to deal with my terrible issues at home. What was your father's reaction to do you doing Catherine knows if you've ever been caught masturbating what they did, all your do his thinking, hide hide now. Disapprove of you acting kids? He was the interesting thing about my father was that he was very, it was a Turney that gave free cases the civil rights to poor people. Most from Detroit was a good. Many of them were African Americans, and it was giving so much time to the world is a whole Custer -vivor. So he wanted to give back because as he said, I need to take care of the world, but he wasn't there for the family and it's not like he did not know. He knew that she was doing all the stuff she was, we'd wait for him. I've seven by the sisters, we wait for him at the door. Bob did this mom did that today is trying to float away in that wanna deal with him, but currently had good sex pisses. A lot of kids. Detroit did you up in g go to Cass, technical, higher, any of that will actually, I grew up, I pry life in Detroit proper were cast would make sense. Then we at five years old, we moved to a look where Royal. Okay, perform all the time. The FOX theater where the FOX theater is. I don't know if it's called, I think FOX's downtown downtown young, but Royal who's the cool place. So it's cool, gentrified and all this kind of bananas growing up in we're locate was like auto workers as family. They're still, oh, yeah. Really your sisters and brothers live there? Well, some my mother still lives there. She's still love your mother still alive high. Now I just I don't get it. Does. Do you talk to her? You guys have a relationship? Well, she doesn't right now. She's got really bad Alzheimer's, but I'm I believe that all and also their science to this that all kinds of diseases of any kind are based in based in psychological things. And like for example, you know, heart disease usually comes from a broken heart. Sure different kinds of cancers wherever the cancer is located. That's the issues of that that you're there have never been able to be worked through. So it becomes it manifest physical physical way? Yes. Oh, I believe that Alzheimer's is because she doesn't wanna remember what she did because the last conversation I had with her, she said, if sister told me that I stabbed her with a knife while I never would do that. So you tell you tell me. Is your other sisters that did that right? And I said, no, you did do it. I saw you do, but she's, but that's like the whole thing about the that was before the else Heimer. But like this so many, this one, you know aspect of status, he still has a scar. Your sister does. But it was like I was, I was eight. She was like seven. And my other little sister was there too, and I just was like, horrified watching this happened. I will never forget that this and this so many things I would imagine it's linked into the mental illness on. Sure. I'm sure. Absolutely. No, I asked you this question. I was, you know, I've lot there be worked on myself and to to go into acting and do something where I use that stuff. I'm a little afraid because I've worked hard to sort of sort of not let that be harmful to me and the chubby technique would have you bring that stuff up and actually use that that terrible, awful stuff to propel a scene propel saying this his to propel overcoming in winning with. It's about the win. It's about if I can use this bad stuff to propel. My purpose and my Veloce. City and my urgency to want to win to overcome and win something. It's also creates Cup Tarsus and and just because we just did this the other day, it's like ashes, give adjectives. I said, how did you feel afterwards? Because you were frayed as you're saying, you're now if I use this stuff, I am going to CitiGroup. I'm going to. I'm gonna fall apart. I'm gonna break. That's the best word I will break. And so I said, I feel warm, I feel hopeful. I feel excited. They continue this journey and it's like, that's what it does..
"ivana" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"It's like you have this obligation could take the empowerment. I'm gonna give you as your as your inner work. That's gonna take. Take your personal stuff and make it become something that is empowering to the characters and the characters journey and transformative to the viewer chance format to the viewers goes. If that person on the screen can overcome and win with the very things that I feel shame about maybe so can I? And it gives hope enough, shoot, subliminal wet. I wanna get into all that. I, I wanna get into the twelve steps that you've come up. I wanna find out what the twelve. Farthest penguin book. It was. It became. Fourteen? What were the got left off? I put together. It's like play place. Fourth wall became placing fourth while as tool as opposed to places one tool, fourth walls. Another tool, actions and beats were separated his beats and then a tool was beaten tool, tools, actions in any. It doesn't even make sense to separate. Right, right. So, but I wanna have thirteen. I was doing the fourteen listen if the twelve step work for other programs that will work for you. I wanna get into all this stuff. You've worked with everybody in the business. You know, Halle Berry. Thank you when she got her academy, whereas did Charlene, Darren, when she got her Academy Award, Ivana is known as one of the top acting instructors, teachers, tools in Hollywood. Now you're going to Bollywood to work with an actor there. How different do how? How different is the acting for a Bollywood because is it a musical that she's. Doing none of this is why they hired me is because they, they really want to transform their industry from being something where it becomes all musicals that without depth without truth and turning it into a true industry. The fact of the matters that's happening. I have teachers have accredited teachers that I teach from all over the world that are trying to change their industry and the the countries. Like for example, Indonesia have a guy who's producer director has a huge production company, and he came to buy programs about two, three months of very intensive Forty-six. Our day training training, the teachers got up and so he he took the training so that he could take was opened up schools all over the nesia China, Vietnam like that for the industry that's there because he says, it's not very good, and the quality is not very good. I want to change that. So the schools are going to clued. Not just for actors for writers and screenwriter. Well, and so you already showed pictures of like the are beautiful setup. When the Philippines in three weeks, they have a school of over thousand people in my in the school there. And since the school has been operating again, from a teacher who is a director and producer came out here to learn the techniques how to teach it. They're the people, the writing, the directors and actors are winning huge awards and they never won before getting international jobs. That is amazing. And what's interesting I I, I met you nineteen years ago and studies you, you know, I was up for part in something that I never got, but the but the casting director said, you need to go and see of on a chubby and that's how it happened. In fact, they had me come in three different times which is actually not a lot, but three different times to read for this role. I think this is the movie's called woman on top and with. This thing working with that director as peanuts tourists is one of my students really and she's come. In fact, I told her, I told her, this guys will particularly love this. She came to meet to help her great down as a director a script. She brought me and I said, the scripts. Okay. But here's by feeling my instinct is you need to bring to life a play that's called. September, but it's it's a, it's a play about lesbian women and about the the family dynamic that doesn't include any kind of of men, but how they find their way and what is a normal normal way because most people don't think of it of as lesbian. Women are gay people have having a, they think they have alternate lifestyles. Right? Don't right..
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"A lot of reaction this morning on the open mic about this tape in which Donald, Trump and his attorney appear to be talking about paying off a playboy model with. Whom he may or may not have had an, affair Donald Trump ever gotten sex for free Seriously Well you know his first couple of marriages certainly cost him a whole lot of, money Marla Maples and Yvonna Ivana Trump and with Malania now they're still, married so so maybe maybe he has there has come. On are we even having this? Discussion it's, six twenty five on Orlando's morning. News I'm Marie Caputo Marsha Taylor elections in Pakistan today sealed in blood at a polling station in Quetta. Thirty one people died in an, explosion, five policemen and two children are among the dead in tweets from celebs and fans for prayers for. Demi Lovato after the singer was treated for an overdose with. Narcan she's in LA hospital in stable. Condition in the. Past Levada has been quite open about her struggles with l. call even writing a song called. Sober did you know that kit Kat the kit Kat, bar? Right the kit Kat bar sued in a European Union court saying that they owned the four fingered wafer shape and another another chocolate tear made a A cracker or cookie just like there's so they sued, saying? We own the shape the EU court has decided that they do not own the forefinger wafer shape.
"ivana" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To fatherhood is the donation of a teaspoon of sperm the other end of the scale you've got baby wearing carpool driving softball throwing doting dads and we have everything in between generally the more money a man makes the more you will start to find traditional gender roles enter the house because it doesn't make sense for both people to be working if there's enough money to go around so somebody takes care of the kids and in donald trump's case indeed when i did a day in the life of donald trump back when i was on xtra you know he said i don't change diapers and all three of his wise is to xyz his current wife say no he doesn't actually hold babies or do anything to do with no no so he hears the father of five kids donald junior for from wife of ivana donald junior is forty ivanka trump is thirty six and eric is thirty four then remember he had that affair with marla apples the big thing that happened in aspen in the early ninety s where ivana trump accosted her on a ski hill and there was this big drama and so he divorced her married marla maples she gave birth to tiffany tiffany i thought her name was sterling it's tiffany she's out here in california trying to stay out of it or tiffany seems to be the black sheep child she's twenty four then later incomes melania trump who ends up marrying him and giving birth to baron whose twelve what i do like about milania is i believe baron is getting the best parenting out of all the kids for two reasons one is her grandparents his grandparents her parents moved over and lived in trump tower to help her raise him so he's got lots of secure attachment figures around him secondly when he was sworn in last year ago january she spent an extra semester in new york with their child not to disrupt his education to stay with him and not bring him to the white house right away and that shows me that she really cares about her child now he's living in the white house he's going to i believe saint andrews and a small school private school of course i'm sure lots of extra security around there now but the classes are only eleven or twelve student so i think of all the kids.
"ivana" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Have been credibly accused of abusing a woman trump himself was credibly accused of abusing his first wife ivana let me ask you this josh it is the responses were kind of unusual there are some very strong responses not just from john kelly but from senator orrin hatch ito well rub quarters name may not be known to everybody he was known in washington circles because he's worked for a number of people including hatch who again confirmed to reporters today that he had urged porter not to resign in the face of this let's listen kurdish indicate the stiff upper lip and and and work out his problems and and i would prefer not to resign just work its way through and do which right what what do you mean by work is way through it works way through bush a very talented guy and i don't want see i don't want to assume muslim that's train gan is little strange look i think in all sorts of wrongdoing a person can be very talented and even abdallah respects generous garrison and do terrible things and so these things you know with but we didn't even have that normal qualification with roy more i i i agree i i i don't know what hatches thing is i think the thing with kelly those shows exactly right kelly is to put a generously a traditional isn't much more than i think we realized when he came in and there have been this series of instances over the course of of his eight months or whatever where he had i mean i think of it is like john kelly is totaled quality trumpism he is all of the ideas and all of the whole of the ideas about how society should be structured who should be on top who should be on the bottom all these kind of stuff but he's discipline to home which trump isn't that makes him seem very different but in terms of how they see society should.
"ivana" Discussed on WWL
"Ludi lin the president illegal while she's married to an american i would think that would it make her well that i mean would allow her to be here illegally nothing mary citizen right no not a married ivanka he married ivana no who isn't his daughter he did note yeah well joseph hang on a second let me play in is up in no way did i mean who implied that the president married his daughter i jammed only designer names confused with ivonne n malania and there was one a third one right europe one tell me what you think joseph about immigration you just heard martin and his story what do you think is right what do you think is fair what do you think is christian if you're a christian man or what do you think is humanitarian etcetera if i me the director of immigration what would you do joseph wherever gore pearman go look at all work here mm sure oh a little problem with what they want the new and scooped little i'm gonna call you ibaka joseph so what about non just teasing i'm just kidding it doesn't matter so what if somebody comes across the border looking for a better life in air grown up what would you do with them in there and look their hardworking all they want is opportunity at cetera what would you do with them i would we have been with peres our commitment must be whoa no what jobs go ahead of a better life i guess i hate a two blanket a whole country i know they got a lot of drug violence air it cetera um so you would say joseph four dreamers like martin if they were brought here as kids let him stay oh my the farming what there are definitely one gram of mercury were not just at work ages to be accurate joseph marla maples who was a mrs trump was born in georgia's somebody texted in an ied couldn't remember who the the third lady was look i'm not.
"ivana" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Subject she was asked she has asked dial on the bbc on good morning britain and she said i don't see donald as racist at all he is definitely not a racist um when asked why he made the now infamous comments that he was alleged to have made ivana trump replied who knows he so many people telling him left and right what to say and what not to say and things like that and sometimes it may be gets confusing for him i honestly don't know in other words she's this is not helpful um trump did tweet on friday that he didn't say anything derogatory toward haitians others disagree ivana trump also an echoed trump's remarks that he is a stable genius i don't think the donald is going to do anything irrational he is a stable genius definitely he is very very stable very focused very organized and when he says his goal on something he does it she added okay she's trying to sell her book growing up trump um she since since trump president trump she's at at least two more divorces i believe three and the idea that she is going around vouching for him not being a racist she after all is a uh from the czech republic would use to be known as czechoslovakia a not that that makes her in expert on the the point being that i it's very clear that trump has no racist feelings toward eastern europeans having married one slovenian an and one uh lady from the czech republic one eight hundred nine five five 1770s six is our phone number of.
"ivana" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Subject she was asked she has asked dial on the bbc on good morning britain and she said i don't see donald as racist at all he is definitely not a racist when asked why he made the now infamous comments that he was alleged to have made yvan a trump replied who knows he has so many people telling him left and right what to say and what not to say and things like that and sometimes it may be gets confusing for him i honestly don't know in other words she's a this is not helpful trump did tweet on friday that he didn't say anything derogatory toward haitians others disagree ivana trump also an eco trump's remarks that he is a stable genius i don't think the donald is going to do anything irrational he is a stable genius definitely he is very very stable very focused very organized and when he sets his goal on something he does it she added okay she's trying to sell her book growing up trump uh she since since trump president trump she's at at least two more divorces i believe three and uh the idea that she is going around vouching for him not being a racist she after all is uh from the czech republic would used to be known as czechoslovakia announced that dan makes her in expert on at the the point being that i it's very clear that trump has no racist feelings toward eastern europeans having married one slovenian an and one uh lady from the czech republic one eight hundred nine five five 1770s six is our phone number.
"ivana" Discussed on AM Joy
"In so this is just the beginning the new york times dropped a bombshell report with women going on the record about decades of sexual harassment accusations against mega producer harvey weinstein now we're starting to see women coming forward because once you know a few women come forward then you start to get this the flood of stories this ain't they did have with donald trump i think we forget with these women are and i just really quickly wanted just go through with the trope accusers the bbc daily news habitable snubs of tally them niimi lack lekoane in jessica drake karenna virginia melinda macgill ray summers irvoas kirsten anderson jessica leads natasha's store enough temple taggart macau cassandra cirles jill hard they von ah ivana trump is made in allegations which she retracted later so do we do we have like a triple standard here that if it's the president it's okay but if it's harvey weinstein were the right rightly orphans i think we're at a point us looking to so many women this week or just pissed off that up we don't want to be treated this way on saturday the new york times drop yet another bombshell in the ongoing the of prominent men accused of sexual harassment or salt the paper reported that last january bill o'reilly then the networks top rated host struck a thirty two million dollar agreement with a longtime network analysts to settle allegations of sexual misconduct and we're starting to see a pattern here whatever right wing media would have you believe it's because sexual harassment is about abuse of power and not about partisan politics we talk about this idea that there are all these powerful men who are being accused of sexual misconduct harvey weinstein you now have at least what does this fifty eight accused 56 accusers ubilo riley who's got more than seven accusations got bill cosby more than 50 but sitting right there in the middle of that little spoil screen we've got is donald trump the fact of the matter is is that the gop put a self proclaimed and self admitted sexual assaults are in the white house i mean this is something i don't understand where how our culture can change when the president of the united states is just as bad as weinstein and our riley and you were.
"ivana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Was it that let you know that this was it well i just think that we just got along well i mean that ultimately friendship is the most important thing i believe that between a man and woman and we just got along well and there was an energy level those there and you know who really knows who can define what that is because it's very tough i mean sometimes you're going with somebody inges absolutely love and there's no reason to be but in this particular case we just get along very well there's a french you are listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura it's interesting to hear his voice you know your voice changes as you get older he's talking about marriage and and his relationship and uh and he you think about what individuals go through in their own relationships in their own private lives and no one can really understand it it's it's it's why private supposed to be voting live in the tabloids and you're a big mover and shaker in any industry then your private life becomes the subject of a lot of fascination the book raising trump by ivana trump of course our former wife of the president of the united states i have the great privilege of having gotten to know both donny and eric and also ivanka and this this was said many times during the campaign but those children are a testament to to parents who raise them in a mother who really raise them for the time that they were they were born to the time of their young adulthood and they're in their own way each of that were just impressive people and i always go back to the mom for that and that's ivana trump evonne great to have you on congratulations on the book i'm doing great i really good i've course i'm just i'm a mom of three kids too fabulous name mahdi eddie meet nicolae nate thank you i two russians and a guatemalan yvonna so i adopted up i adopted all of them but i'm looking at the pictures of the kids on the book at a cover the book and first of all just as a mother can i mean the it just sitting back and watching their life and.
"ivana" Discussed on WCTC
"What was it that let you know that this was it while i just think that we just got along well i mean that ultimately friendship is the most important thing i do believe that between a man and a woman and we just got along well and there was an energy level that was there and you know who really knows who can define what that is because it's very tough i mean subject going with somebody in absolutely love of there's no reason to be but in this particular case would just get along very well there's a frienship you are listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura it's interesting to hear his voice you know your voice changes as you get older he's talking about marriage and and his relationship and and if you think about what individuals go through in their own relationships in their own private lives and no one can really understand it it's it's it's why private supposed to be voting you live in the tabloids and you're of big mover and shaker in any industry then you're private life becomes the subject of a lot of fascination the book raising trump by ivana trump of course our former wife of the president of the united states i have the great privilege of having gotten to know both donny and eric and also ivanka and you know this this was said many times during the campaign but those children are a testament to to parents who raise them in a mother who really raise them for the time that they were they were born to the time of their young adulthood and they're in their own way each of them are just impressive people.
"ivana" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Aloud at that she some kind of a kept dog in a cage but he is the president of the united states and he does have two x wives and children with three different women that that's okay that's on that's different for the presidency so you'd think that there'd be some kind of an arrangement where you know what lay low until i'm out of the white house you know just this everybody's taken care of if you listen to ivana trump the first wife she sounds like she's kinda telling him what to do this some relate i don't know it's it's just it's different it's odd it's quirky i found it funny at first and then she said she called us of the first lady now what i think is a shame is that malanje trump's the obviously the real first lady her people shot back i don't think they needed to do that up until this at could because it's a silly moment this is silliness up until now i feel that malanje trump has been the epitome of class and elegance trying very hard to do the right thing present herself in the right way and getting a lot of criticism just like michelle obama received in a different fashion but she received a ton of of rotten nasty remarks online maloney trump gets it in a different way i think up until now she handled herself perfectly i don't think her people needed to to zip back a memo about ivana trump i think we could have let the i think if it if she said what she said she laughed it off people would think that she's just being a little bit playful and leave it go but they wrote back and they made a statement and i that that is a mistake i think so if you want to get into this and i know it's a little soap opera but but listen this is the woman that was married to the president of the united states it's unusual that he is on his third wife only in the sat not unusual for everyone but he is the president i don't think we've had this before we've had a divorce but we haven't had the three in the.
"ivana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Do know if you roll the type ford a little bit is that if he does try to do a recess appointment there's been some speculation that donald trump could tried reply sessions in the august recess which would allow him to sneak around the senate confirmation process well chuck schumer speech on the senate floor which noah really notice was a very important speech he just said why not going to let you do that they're not going to allow the recess to happen so donald trump's left without any good options here you ask pierre wise down from doing this other than the recusing the fact that he hates the russian probe against the other answers because he is wrong he is donald trump he he's a bully agitated he's a bully and he's a cruel man i mean this is a cruel thing to do i mean i don't agree with jeff sessions politics at all right but jeff sessions has been deeply loyalty down trump he stuck his neck out from the very beginning the first among establishment authorised among dini he he risked something to support down have been very loyalty donald trump is like a lotta people watch that and say this is the way donald trump's tweets the people who've been deeply loyalty him who try to surface agenda obsession is actually a true believer in the trump agenda it selfdefeating but it's also just the active someone who i don't think dax with honour in his dealings with other people the and you wonder why and done some jump in on this you wonder why the president if in fact he did not was so angry about it simply wouldn't go to jeff sessions and say you know i'm i'm i i've gotta make a change well if you go back to the nineteen nineties icees when donald trump's lau love affairs what play out linnea iraq tabloids sometimes it was the gossip columnists who found out before ivana trump you know the donald trump was having a liaison no you y'all amounts of this affair were playing out through the tabloids so it's certainly not out of character for donald trump to broadcast decisions about people who even more intimate than a loyal cabinet secretary through the media is it possible in there is a.