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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

"To the airport just out of sight. She. She got ticket and she went to Venice and she was photographing him from a distance and it's all these sort of you know photos of the back of his head. and. So and you know her whole practice is very. voyeuristic it's about trying to get to know people based on the ephemera of their lives She has another piece from the following year called the hotel where she works as a cleaning person hotel in goes through strangers, things and tries to know everything find out everything she can about them. and. So these are these are like highly conceptual character based pieces about. I mean to me the longing to to no strangers stories based on the little pieces that. You see of them out in the world, and so I wanted I mean I've always been interested in audio as a format for performance art as the deliverable for performance art. and so I was interested in doing something similar where I also chose a stranger and followed them. and Veto County. Is famous performance artist. He also had a piece in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine. That was literally called following peace. And he has a quote about it where he says I almost not an eye anymore because I put myself in the service of this scheme and that was what I ended up achieving at certain moments of this piece where like I wanted to forget myself because I was so immersed in another person's life like I wanted that feeling 'cause being an I is so lonely and so by like committing to Sophia the obsession with Sophia for six months I did lose myself in it and I did need an obsession at that time and I do think of Obsession as a cure for depression. Is there anything else that you think of when you think about? What gave you fuel when you were working through this piece Totally I mean it's such such a private. It almost is a lonely experience until the pieces released because you're so alone in this obsession with this person. But the the book nausea came to me. Through an artist friend. Named nerve on Malek it's a bit of a cliche like a little embarrassing to be like reading I don't Know College Kid Discovers existentialism but like. It's we need that you know. It's very earnest. But, my Ervan Malek, his entire career has been based around an obsession of perfect moments and and he's been working on a one second film for twenty five years and. And he actually is the one who told me about nausea because it mentions perfect moments and in nausea there's a there's a thread of. Of Him trying to find perfect moments in the city and That definitely. Is Very present in the piece actually nerve I another friend we text each other perfect moment from every day as a practice Oh and So. That was definitely inspiring me because I feel like Sophia some people orient themselves their lives in a way to create and find perfect moments and the way nerve lives his life. He definitely does that and I try to as well because we have this practice and and Sophia does that too I mean she on the corner she's. Looking for perfect moments and she's trying to create perfect moments and I tried to capture those in the peace and a perfect moment could be you know someone it could be as simple as someone smiling back to her who had smiled the five days previously. Or? A moment of standing in the sun when the sun hits you perfectly. And there were a lot of those Najah and and so like and. Sophia and I had perfect moments in our conversation and so in a way that piece felt like stringing together the perfect moments. Create the ultimate perfect moment. What was your perfect moment yesterday that you texted? I can like literally can literally pull it up. I had so many had a few realizing that I. Don't like bananas finally like just admitting that myself like one of yesterday's perfect moments. Like this guy has small crush on like texted me saying I, did it like he liked a radio made. But a moment can be perfectly terrible as well. Oh. Yeah, like sometimes when things go so perfectly wrong like all at once it's like, wow, this is perfectly horrible but. It's still perfect. I have one more question for you and that is an. Are. You in. Sofia still in touch. We. Are Stone touch, of course. I stay in deep touch if that's a phrase with people when I do like really long. Pieces about them like this. She sends me photos of herself like all decked out like her latest outfits. You know. In all her P P for the pandemic updates on when she moves corners, I always hear about it. You know and just like being a crossing guard in pandemic as a whole new chapter, and so she tells me about how she's still crossing kids to come get their lunches from school, but it's not quite the same. That sort of thing. So yeah, we definitely like. Sh you know I think she still feels lonely. You know especially in the pandemic, it's really hard and she can't hang out with you know normally she sees kids and babysits and that sort of thing, and so we keep in touch, but it's not like it's not nearly to the degree that it used to be just like a check in every couple of weeks. Bianca. Thank you for making this for sharing with us. Oh. Thanks for playing it and thanks for talking to me about it. I really appreciate it. You can find Constellation Prize from the Believer magazine wherever you listen to podcasts. Crossing Guard was written and produced by Bianca favor. It was edited by Hayden Bennett Music by Zubin. Henseler and Stellwagen symphonic mixing. Zubin Henzler special thanks to lily. Allen. Jacob Bloomberg. Andrew Leland Irving Cobb as a heady Jay. Allison and to Sofia. If, you'd like to subscribe to the Believer magazine and we have a discount code for you to. You can enter Dsm for twenty percent off. Debts sex and money is a listener supported production of WNYC. Studios Annabel. Bacon, is producing our audio. We Love estival the rest of our team includes Katie Bishop. Efi Yellow. Duke Emily Team and Andrew. Done. Special. Thanks to Michelle Shoe for her work on the festival. The Reverend John Bloor and Steve Louis wrote our theme music I'm on twitter at Anna Sale. The show is at depth sex money on twitter instagram and Facebook, and don't forget to sign up for our weekly newsletter to get audio. We love recommendations every single week just text DSM, news two, seven. Oh One. Oh, one. There's even more audio. We love coming your way tomorrow. You've never told me this before. So you always wanted to be a Chilean. Look so cute with the leader skirt and there were popular. I'm ANA sale Ennis's.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on 1A

1A

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on 1A

"Safety, precautions that they would be mocked if they socially distanced or wear masks and you ask my reaction I, I remember thinking back at the beginning of the year there is a moment when a top CDC official who warned publicly warned Americans that the coronavirus pandemic it was a matter of when not if it arrived in America and the president was really unhappy about that. But in context I, think the president's own diagnosis somewhat of a matter of when not if given all the decisions and lack of protections that he and his team made for months. Well it's been difficult to get information about the president's health for his entire tenure in office. What do we know about how he's doing? According to the White House Chief of staff the President has quote mild symptoms. Now, that could mean a lot of different things. The fact that the president has symptoms at all means that he is in a different category than the many Americans who have contracted corona virus and not had any symptoms whatsoever. But there have been varying reports that he may have a cough a fever I have not done that reporting myself. So I want to be careful what I say, but this is an unusual disease and it can affect people in very different ways. The fact that he has symptoms doesn't necessarily mean and we'll go any specific direction in the days and weeks to come. Will we got this question from Jackson who asks how many other? White. House staff have it and will we know reports say the staff don't wear masks around each other we have a significant portion of the White House Out of commission for a few weeks. won't ask you to speculate too much Jackson. They're sharing concern about the larger impact on White House staff. And that's a concern that's being by White House staff this morning, there are a lot of people who are very nervous and concerned because of the lack of protections earlier this year, there were a few cases of covid nineteen in the White House and in the inner circle of the President and the Vice President I reported I i. think that Katie Miller. The vice president's press secretary had contracted Cova nineteen or some other staffers who contracted the virus as well as of Friday morning, we know that who picks the president's close advisor as well as the first lady Melania trump have the virus as well. The head of the RNC contracted the virus. Recently, it's unclear whether that was from traveling in the same circles but White House chief of staff mark. Meadows told reporters on Friday they fully expect more positive cases to come out. Do we know what kind of contract contact tracing the White House is engaged in at this point? The first part of contact tracing and just to define for listeners who who may not know exactly what that means the idea that you will trace where the virus came from who was exposed and foreign people who might have been put at risk. We know that elements of contact tracing having happened because hope Hicks who is again the president's adviser who was developing symptoms on Wednesday while she was traveling with the President and put into quarantine on Air Force One. Even though hope Hicks was. With the president, there were many members of the president's team who have told reporters. They did not know that she was symptomatic. They did not know the news of her Cova diagnosis until Jennifer Jacobs Bloomberg posted the story last night. So within the White, house there has been a failure to inform many staffers and without the White House to outside of it Joe Biden and his team were in contact shared the stage with President trump just a few nights ago Joe Biden and his team. Did Not. Hear from the White House that President trump that the staff were infected too. So the contact tracing that that we would hope to see has not happened out of the White House yet. Well, I think a lot of people might be wondering why this news was first reported by Bloomberg and not the White House. I think that speaks to question. You had earlier Jan. the White House is not especially transparent about the president and his health despite goes back across his tenures. He was taken to Walter Reed some months ago for a medical procedure that we're still not exactly sure what it was. The White House has said it was the first part of his annual physical but the The explanation beggars belief a bit. On the one hand presidents just like any American should have the right to protect medical privacy on the other. So much depends on WHO's in the Oval Office and that person's health and functioning that some level of transparency is important the White House physician think it was about one fifteen a. m. put out a memorandum saying that Vigilant Watch would be established over president trump and the first lady that he president trump would have access to the best medical care. But again, that was some hours after the hope Hicks News, first broke and after president trump himself a tweeted around one am that he had contracted the virus Nancy I understand you have a question for Dan. Dan The forgive me I bring a very um national security I to at just given my beaten just curious from. Your perspective are you hearing talk about possible adversaries who could take advantage of the situation in things that they're watching for any concerns about cyber threats or any tangible change in terms of us military posture in response to this? It's a great question. I'm only health reporter. I'll stick with what I know and I've seen the reports. Perhaps you have that the military is on guard and that anytime there is a threat to the president's health. There could be a threat on the nation, but I don't know any more than I've read. Dan when we have a president who is facing a health crisis and we think about the way that's been communicated historically, where has it information come from WHO's actually shared? It is at the White House or is it his physician? What what do we know? It really depends on the on the crisis and we had a president in Franklin Delano..

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:32 min | 9 months ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Back you're listening to talking on hold jerilyn still in our first guest tonight is Jake Blomberg who is he well I don't know if you heard us on Friday morning on may first WCCO radio helped kick off something really special call give at home M. A. N. from Minnesota and run by the very popular hits one by the very popular gives to the Max day folks as so you know how to give to the Max goes and they are really good at what they do we'll give it home Minnesota spot to donate to help nonprofits in the state during this pandemic hundreds of organizations are need and this eight day run that's right only eight days hopefully will make a difference for each of them right so Jacob Bloomberg the executive director of give em a hand is joining us tonight on the centerpoint energy's home service plus hotline to discuss the inspiration for the move and how it all works welcome Jake Jake are you there hello Hey now thanks so much for joining us tonight well thanks so much for having me you gotta tell us a bit about giving him in the end how give at home in the K. came to be absolutely so give a man in the organization and he said that is behind give to the Max day which for over eleven years has become a Minnesota giving tradition every November our website you know men dot org has helped more than two hundred million dollars be donated more than ten thousand organizations across the state of Minnesota by hundreds of thousands of donors throughout the state of the country and throughout the world given home Minnesota is our collective response of the state as a factor and the community to the crisis that we're all experiencing together right now and an opportunity for donors to come together to support thousands of organizations and their important mission work during this crack in this is like a first ever here in Minnesota correct yeah absolutely so give it home Minnesota the first ever of its kind campaign here in the spring of twenty twenty directly in response to the echo that nineteen crisis that has really changed everything for for all of us and what we know about this opportunity to give it home and then in just the first sixty five hours more than a million dollars and donated by nearly eight thousand folks supporting over fifteen hundred organizations the generosity of Minnesota it's something that continues to astound at and something that we are just so grateful to be a part of this week I kept going to the website watching the communal watching it pick up and pick up and I was like oh my gosh by the time we get on tonight it'll be well over a million dollars I'm so excited about this by the way Jake and when you say over seven thousand eight thousand donors by now that is so amazing but what is your goal well you know the goal and in this moment I think it's for all of us to just be able to have that print the community you mentioned that going to that website seen that collective generosity so many people coming together to make our community stronger we don't have a goal per se in terms of the dollars are donors what we're really hoping for is that every opportunity to come together it's taken this week we know generosity takes on a lot of different forms and for some folks they're not in a position right now to make a monetary gift because of the impact this crisis is having on them personally so what we're encouraging folks to do through this week of giving at home Minnesota is to give what we can't maybe that is volunteering maybe that's knocking on a neighbor's door or buying a frontline responder a Cup of coffee or hopefully if you're in a position to it making a gap of ten dollars or more at eleven dot org to one of your favorite organizations are caught yes and it just blows my mind how generous we are no matter how much money we can give we do give now there are so many nonprofits and schools that need a financial boost no doubt about it and some that are even in crisis you you were written in a an article where you stated that how did you determine all who would make the list that must've been difficult well the wonderful thing about give M. and dot org is that it is an online market place for every five oh one C. three non profit organization public school in the state of Minnesota to be able to raise funds for their important mission work which means we're just facilitating connections between donors and those organizations and we don't have to make any choices at all one of the really exciting part of this whole campaign though is our partnership with the bush foundation and U. S. bank you guys are are providing sixty eight thousand dollars worth of bonus screen where every hour a donor to make the guests will have an opportunity to have two hundred fifty dollars added to their guests and every day will drop from every donation that took place throughout that day in at twenty five hundred dollars courtesy of U. S. bank one of those donations so there's lots of ways to extend your generosity and for us really it's just about being able to connect so many generous folks with so many important cop why were schools added to this particular campaign three years ago we understood as an organization that the the reality of the public school sector in the state of Minnesota in the United States is that organizations not just nonprofits but schools also needs to fill in gaps to be able to support their car and their ability to make a difference in schools were interested in being able to raise the money through our platform and we were happy to be able to meet them there and provide that online marketplace for them as well and and schools are you know I'm impacted right now in so many ways that they're not used to being impacted from having to adapt their distance learning plans to figure out how to provide food for kids who don't have food at home our schools are being asked to go above and beyond and we're happy that they have a place to get that support you give them and that'll work okay so are you doing schools at a private charter public all of the book all of the above all of the above exactly how may have an opportunity to raise money through the platform and donors can go out and figure out a CAGR specific organization at school and nonprofit they wanna support directly or if they're just looking to explore they can put in the zip code there county their city a particular type of because like animals or or hunger and we will help suggest some organizations that would be worthy of their support as well she has you know Minnesotans at what is it twenty percent of our work force is applied for unemployment which could affect dollars raised of course from Minnesotans who usually give not being able to give as much this week but like you said every dollar counts is there a need right now for a different type of call to action well we've partnered with the office of governor Kim wall's mechanic governor plan again on given home Minnesota as part of their stay at home and that though the initiative and their office is doing incredible work in helping to really raise awareness for all of the different types of needs that Minnesotans have during this crisis whether it's front line workers who need additional supplies or nonprofits and schools who need additional funds there are a lot of different ways for us to show up right now to support our fellow community members and for folks who are looking for that opportunity stay at home and then it's a a great reference point from the governor and lieutenant governor's office as a result we can I just say as we end our conversation that I'm really excited that govern the walls came on board adding his support I think it will make a big difference his endorsement will so thank you so much to governor walls for agreeing to do that or coming up with the idea I'm not sure who did but thank goodness I'm definitely going to give and by the way Jake well done I have to let people know just very quickly because I know you won't talk about it that you are a very successful at raising money but you do much more not only are you the executive director of give and ma'am you are also an adjunct faculty member at three universities university of.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Atlanta and rest of the world news or talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay voice of the community not gonna read with Richard yeah the realist man on radio do me a big favor call a friend call the neighbor called the worker text a friend text in a particular coworker let them know what time it is it's time to get real with ready for the next three hours you will be informed in power yes ladies and gentlemen eva and entertained get your popcorn ready but those of you will watch for me by live streaming on thirteen eighty W. A. okay on the Facebook page you see that I have a half eaten bag of popcorn ladies and gentlemen the popcorn supply is low around the entire country today because of many many many Americans are anticipating a popcorn worthy event it is called the impeachment inquiry hearings for president Donald J. trump here's what you should look for today will there be a consistent theme remember Democrats have the ability to investigate everything from the establishment clause being violated to the emoluments clause being violated to various instances of abuse of power they can do that they can go down each rabbit hole or they can create a narrative a narrative that's based on actual facts and evidence and if they stick to a narrative rather than to talking points then maybe they will be successful and moving the needle even further in favor of impeachment that is there any name with the public hearings something else you need to look for how far will Republicans go tell blackout de fin the activities of the president of the United States now while I mean Republicans will say what he did on these Ukrainian phone call was inappropriate they then say but it does not rise to the level of impeachment really but Bill Clinton lying about getting up does rise to the level of impeachment let let me get the logic here straight Bill Clinton lying about cheating on his wife is impeachment worthy but trump who has done that too and much more is not I don't understand it it does not compute it does not have intellectual integrity if you tell me that Bill Clinton should have been impeached but for some reason trump should not you're saying that Congress should not even investigate drop as a matter of fact three weeks ago that was the exact that was the exact re bottle of trump's attorney trump's attorney said they're wild trump is president he cannot be investigated what did they make that one up at that doesn't exist anywhere evidence have been investigated before presidents have been impeach before what is this new rule come from that obviously only applies to trump according to trump attorney they're just making stuff up the preceding today is a constitutional proceeding protective articles in the constitution is called articles of impeachment and there's a process while there are many screaming all there's no due process the actual impeachment itself is a process it is a due process in unrelated news Hillary Clinton is saying she may run for president well to put it this way never never never never never say never and then she says many many many many people want me to join the twenty twenty democratic primary matter listen your great person many many many many more people don't want you to run okay nobody's check up for you nobody's Jacob Bloomberg nobody's check of Eric holder all of you sit down see your jobs right now should be focused own actually exciting people who are still excited about you that's what you do with the people power when the leverage that you have okay four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three they get in a conversation we will play this live today courtesy of CNN we will play the inquiry hearing on the shelf to sit back we will also talk about I will provide commentary during pivotal breaks and you can call in and tell us how you feel the hearings are going we got this we got a whole lot more you getting real the real as mantle radio news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay this call.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And I think the main thing Mark is that it'd be anonymous source who wrote this story is listed as a senior administration official in ninety five percent of people out there, if they read that would think that it's somebody who's a cabinet member or somebody who's close to the president that is in his company on a daily basis or a regular basis and the bottom line is senior administration official can apply to anywhere from six hundred to twelve hundred people within the government. And then you see the giveaways the story where the person doesn't describe any specific meetings with Trump and exact quotes. But actually speaks about what he heard from other people or what the perception of the president is. So this very easily could come from a mid level type of person who doesn't have access to the president in the waves being presented as if there's some sort of cool going on. On in in in the Trump White House is irresponsible in in the near time. Should really clarify. Exactly. What senior administration official feels because I think it's purposely misleading. Yeah. Right. They're going to clarify it right away. Rushing declare. You make a good point. Because every news organization has a different definition of what senior official is an NBC news asks the New York Times to be specific about what they would consider a senior official and the New York Times refused to answer. I mean, you gotta have some transparency here guys. It's ridiculous. And by the way, their Twitter feed their real geniuses over there. They purposely put all right on up. They purposely put, but they they said, oh, by the way, this anonymous source is a he referred to you're supposed to be you could go a day or some kind. But you can't you can't specifically give away the gender. So they did that to look. I mean, there's there are people. Now like, Jennifer Jacobs. Bloomberg who is a good reporter who is now reporting that several sources are saying that this is coming from a mid level person. And not somebody that you consider a senior person within the administration than even have Chris Eliza whose the editor at large at CNN politics actually writing a column or he's speculating who the who what which thirteen major members of the Trump administration could have written this. I mean that is so reckless and irresponsible the speculation around that is ridiculous. And again, this is why there's so much mistrust in the media. It's really, you know once in a while. Watergate, of course, deep throat was the anonymous source, but she sort of knew it was a person in this case, not only anonymous. But they now they all do this. We have twenty-seven anonymous sources and Woodward saying, I have tapes of these conferences. Well, let's hear one. Yeah. Let's hear more. I'm not going to go off on Woodward too much because he's done, you know, books going all the way back to Nixon. And if you're born on Obama called the price of politics, it was it was pretty it was pretty harsh. Here's the thing though. I believe that Woodward is relying on exactly what he was told by sources, the problem is I don't believe that the sources are necessarily being truthful and remember Michael Wolff looked at books fire and fury in in it both admits that many of these stories, and he was told either were in conflict of what he was what he heard from other people or they were badly untrue. That's a quote badly untrue. So who's to say that the same sources that went to Michael Wolff? Didn't go to Bob Woodward's is feeding the same false information. Let's say all of its falls. But. Information to damage the president by people that don't even like him or want to work for him in the first place. And and that's where we get into the whole gossip treated as docile type of thing where every Trump supporter who's hearing about this the ones I talked to anyways, just dismissing it as just another gossip book, or this opinion piece is just another piece of fodder to bring down the president on a day where you get news like jobless claims, right? A forty nine year low, but we restore that because we go after the sizzle we never go after the state. Well, read this is it's a joke. Conscious comes in the hill. It's a great com. Read it it's there of the hill dot com or on Twitter. So hey, I see a guy who got fired from a radio station the other day, he been fired..

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Morning they're having spoken to you people for a while but it's kind of a great topic to talk about but I look at. White as you know that task behavior will tell you the near future and years ago it started in nineteen fifty was called, operation. Mockingbird In the CIA manipulating the people the media well it's continuing even Another step Media with the FBI. This time But we've got a problem a big problem with our media today that they. Want to manipulate people Mr. Spicer what do you think Well look I I don't know that I look I write in the book and paid her you just mentioned it a moment ago that, I try to be sort of give people an idea what was going on behind the scenes in terms of some of the stories and some of what actually happens beyond a story. That you either read or see what's happening in the lead up to that story in, the back and forth an interaction that, occurs but I, think that, there is no, question that a lot of folks in the media. As I mentioned to the last caller have an have an agenda have an opinion. But I don't think that that's all of them I do think that there are a lot of good reporters that you could job I just think that more and. More we're seeing a, lot of these what you would call, establishment media types really get involved in expressing themselves? And taking an opinion when, you say reporters who do a good job named one and why is that person. Doing a good job Jen Jacobs Bloomberg I think because you can disagree with us I there are plenty, of stories and again I in the, book pager I mentioned a lot more than that Margaret talev also Bloomberg who, is the last correspond White House correspondent Association's president. I think is a fair and balanced reporter Steve. Holland from Royer the, reason is this they can. Write top stories they can, be, tenacious but they're professional and fair, meaning that they? Tell you hey this is what we have gathered what's your side. You, have a reasonable amount of time to respond, to, it too often. A lot of these. Reporters call and say hey we're on deadline we're about. To publish what's your response to this major charge there are there it's, always something that, can be responded to. In, five or ten minutes but. Too often that's the, mentality today hey we have. Eight anonymous sources. They're saying the. Following you'll five minutes to respond. That's not. Professional that's not fair that's an attempt to engage in Gotcha journalism, and I think that's where too often the stories are based now is this attempt to get a clip or a click or be sensational and. Kind of follow the the spirit of tabloid press versus straight, journalism so there are a. Lot of reporters a call and say I'm working on this story I'd like to To hear your side of it can, you, provide people that. Give us some background. On it what they truly come at the story from. An objective place and try to gather the facts and try to understand, what's happening versus, I think a lot. Of, these people that figure out. The narrative that they, wanna pursue build a case. And then call. You and tell. You they're about to publish it. You've seen. In many cases don't even tell you that so do you what's, your thinking when it comes to when it comes to new sources do you acquaint mainstream media and I'll just use the term there with blogs. Such as Breitbart or the daily caller crtv equate those when, it comes to news outlets. In your thinking Well I I mentioned it earlier but I think there's a spectrum sure I read all those but I also will sometimes look, at left leaning, places like the Daily Beast or Huffington Post so I think that. You need to look at, all of it and collectively. Try to gather, as much as you can but there's I mean if you know as? Much as there is on? The right there's definitely a lot on the left who do you like on the as you describe it the left which is a main source for you Well I it's not a question of like I think part of the job if you're really trying to understand an issue it's to look at the full, spectrum, so I might read a story from the Huffington Post or the Daily Beast but when I do I think there's a level of scrutiny that I'll put, through, and, say okay. Now I. Actually, wanna find out further because, I don't you know generally speaking. When. You read a story, from one of the sources you know it makes you wonder how much of it is an. Activism type journalism versus an attempt to really read it straight up or something from BuzzFeed where it's all the left leaning. Sites and, you have, to go okay now I need to kind of further investigate, to find out whether this was then. Pursuing an agenda or how much of it is accurate? From Minnesota, Democrats lying Tammy good morning you're next Morning c. span thanks for taking my call question Mr. Spicer just.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The the question is how much does he want these things and what is he willing to give up and can anybody convinced him that he can have all these things have all this cake and still be able to have his regime survive and does he want us to be his protector we would we would defend him the way we defend somebody other nations if attacked gosh i you know i i don't know i mean i'd be very surprised that sounds like something that would be so far down the line you'd have to ask smarter person to me about that for sure is it expected to be just one meeting today for an uncertain amount of time or is there more coming there may be more meetings in the future in terms of like this meeting here there was some talk leading up to it the crap meeting my goto three days we now know i mean we i got we first started hearing yesterday some talk that in the korean south korean media that kim was gonna pull out early he's he's leaving at two o'clock and there was some reporting from a great reporter jennifer jacobs bloomberg reported that saying that there was a cia official here very important figure in the planning for these talks is andrew kim that he was saying that that was perhaps kim just posturing trying to get a little leverage going to this meeting with a little bit of a little bit of of leverage over president trump well we for the trump here a few hours later says live leaving i'm leaving early i'm i'm going so he's leaving today after this meeting after he talks to the media he's gonna be leaving now there's been some question questions raised about one of those things connected whether it will know president trump baby heard that kim's leaving zero you're gonna unbeliev i but there's been some pushback from the white house on on that saying that's not actually what happened but you know what we can't say as those events happened in sequence and you know whether they're connected or who knows brian hartman we appreciate your reporting thanks for coming on.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Not give sources back at the first time you said this eight months ago you subordinate gonna give sorts as you said win the female tsa fails when the russian sales they're going to say he's mentally ill early onset and you talk to major riders that major papers have been the editorial meetings were they talk about just like veritas caught on tape all russian things bowl now what are we going to do people aren't buying and they say don't worry twentyfirst amendment we're going to say he's mentally ill and has alzheimer's you have that from sources you didn't just imagine that no look i spoke to a trump cabinet member this weekend and i asked them point bank has there been any discussion about possibly removing the president under the twentyfifth amendment has anybody spokane do about that pokerfaced just pokerfaced that's how i knew that i was right now we've turned out there saying it well we've tractor senator ben says asked talking about it we've talked jeb bush talking about it we have talked we know that nick airs a high level aide to vice president pence got busted leaking anti trump russia information they made mark water the press secretary take the fall but it was airs so and we know now that mike pence did demure according to jennifer jacobs bloomberg in that epa second wednesday billy bush tape dropped and european of on the president and the repeal and the republican national committee and ranks priebus were contemplating a move to remove trump is the nominate and replace him with pence we have come within millimetres of not having this american rebirth and the people expected to be perfect he's totally surrounded here's bloomberg admitting that all the major cabinet people basically lada was face blocking everything is trying to do but just a little bit he's got through things are surging back i mean if they're able to deep sixty economy it's on their chest no question about it look this is the downside of appointing the cabinet of establishment republicans this is the downside of knocked around in yourself we people don't have your back now there's a few stand ousted if he loyalists wilbur ross it commerce linda mcmahon and so on but by and large you have establishment quislings people drop just thought like in business hey if i bringing you have the expertise and on and on the.

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"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"jacob bloomberg" Discussed on KOMO

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