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Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

"The Pentagon's press secretary is heading to The White House We'll take questions John Kirby has long been a Pentagon fixture a retired two star admiral who was top spokesman for the navy a joint chiefs chairman and the Defense Department itself along with the State Department This is a repositioning of forces a person familiar with the matter says Kirby is leaving The Pentagon to handle National Security Council communications as The White House deals with several foreign policy challenges Kirby was said to have been in the running to replace press secretary Jen Psaki and will now work closely with successor Kareem Jean Pierre including occasional White House briefing room appearances Sagar Meghani Washington

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Just When You Think It Couldn't Get Worse Than Jen Psaki...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 2 d ago

Just When You Think It Couldn't Get Worse Than Jen Psaki...

"We have a new press secretary at The White House. How did she perform? Well, let's have a look if she knows about economics. The very basics about economics play cuts. How does raising taxes on corporations lower the cost of gas because we use car, the cost of food for every day, Americans? So look, I think we encourage those who have done very well. Especially those who care about climate change to support a fair tax code that doesn't change. It doesn't charge manufacturers workers, cops, builders, a higher percentage of their earnings, that the most fortunate people in our nation and not let that stand in the way of reducing energy costs and fighting this existential problem if you think about that as an example. And to support basic collective bargaining rights as well. That's also important. But look, by not without tax code, which is what I'm talking about, then manufacturing workers cops. It's not fair for them to have to pay higher taxes than the folks that are not paying taxes at all. They say takes a big man to admit his mistakes. I'm going to do it right now. I thought we couldn't have a worse press secretary than Jen Psaki. Oh, how wrong I was. She was asked about corporate tax rates and inflation and replied with climate change, police officers and collective

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Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 5 d ago

Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

"Mean, let me add just one other breaking news from today. Joe Manchin was pressed very hard yesterday on whether or not he would support the what they're calling the codification of roe V wade into federal law. It's this accessibility to abortion act or whatever it's called. And he had to call a press conference and come out and say, guys, this is not the codification of roe V wade. This is an expansion of abortion, roe V wade said you had a federal right to abortion. What this law wants to do is wipe out 500 state and local laws nationwide to basically force abortion availability via taxpayer dollars into every corner of the world that it's not currently at. And to your point, it's a zero sum game. If you give them a half an inch, they will take 6000 miles. And that's why we can't, we can't just sit back and say, it's okay for them to simply state their disagreement. No, every time that Jen Psaki has said stuff crazy in recent weeks from the press room, we've got to denounce it. We've got to call attention to it. We've got to say that is not true. We've got to force facts back into the conversation because these people do not have nerve endings that receive the normal receptor messages as to, oh, I shouldn't say that. It's blatantly not true. Well, they are, we're in a new world. And that's why people like Tim Keller and others who they're good people. But what they said 20 years ago, 15 years ago, the reason it no longer applies is because the world has changed and they refuse to see how dramatically things have changed so that they're anodyne platitudes, they no longer hold.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:02 min | 6 d ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on WCPT 820

"'cause I've still got a lot of fight left in me okay I'm up with the phrase ultra maga Why the need to kick it up a notch Well Mazda wasn't enough I mean why now use this phrase I will tell you is the president's phrase and the president made those comments himself just last week as you know And I think what has struck him is how extreme some of the policies and proposals are that a certain wing of the Republican Party that is taking up too much of the Republican Party are for and are advocating for And you've heard the president talk about this But it's not just obviously putting at risk a woman's right to make choices about her own healthcare Thank you Jen Psaki She went on to say It is also as you heard him talk about this morning Rick Scott's extreme plan that will raise taxes on 75 million Americans making less than a $100,000 a year It is Rick Scott's plan to get rid of eliminate That's what sunset means get rid of Medicare and social security something people over 70 in this country rely on And it's also the obsession with culture wars and wars against Mickey Mouse and banning books President thinks that's extreme That is not what the American people care about or what they want And so to him adding little ultra to it give it a little extra pop Thank you That's what we run on That's what we run on They are freaks and weirdos in fringe They are extreme And we need a little extra pump Yes And crackle Okay One more Jen Psaki Thank you Obviously given two thirds of the American people according to a Fox News poll believe that women's that roe V wade should be protected If you're on the other side of that you're supporting an ultra maga position in the president's review So we don't need to name call individuals unless they have positions that are aligned with what he feels is the ultra maga wing of the party Thank you and one last one You know for Maggie Republican I would say people who support that portion of the Republican agenda So rob.

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Psaki gives final White House briefing

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Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last week

Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

"The Biden administration has things under control. Not to panic. Circle back has the answer on her next to last day today is her final day before she becomes an MSNBC star. Which compared to the Fox News ratings, that's a little bit like being the tallest little person in the room. But she will be an MSNBC star where she belongs. After months and months of spinning for Joe Biden, listen to what she said, when one of the reporters said, well, what are we supposed to do? What are women in America? Supposed to do who desperately need baby formula for their infants. If you thought it was a public health question, which agency should that question be directed to just the very practical immediate question of if you can't find formula and you need it for your baby to eat. What should they be doing? We would certainly encourage any parent who has concerns about their child's health or well-being to call their doctor or pediatrician. Take two aspirin, call me in the morning. Albeit MSNBC in my makeup in my makeup chair. Getting ready for my close up. Call your doctor, moms, but he's supposed to call your doctor.

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Baby Formula Shortage Adds to Biden’s Growing Stockpile of Problems

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last week

Baby Formula Shortage Adds to Biden’s Growing Stockpile of Problems

"You know, it's terrifying prospect to think that you might not be able to get formula for your child. Now, this again seems like an instance where the administration has been caught flat footed. They don't ever seem to be out in front of an issue. What are we hearing from The White House response on this? Yeah, the Biden administration's response to this has been really lackluster. They actually didn't even really talk about it publicly until a few days ago when press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about this during a press briefing. And she basically pushed the issue on to the FDA, which is understandable. It's under their purview, but also as The White House, when you're trying to lead a country and you have people who are worried about where their baby is going to get their next meal, you have to have an answer for that when somebody asks you about it. And so they haven't really indicated that they're going to be making any major policy changes to address this. Some people have suggested that the Biden administration should add baby formulas to the national emergency stockpile, but that's a longer term solution. People need baby formula now. And so people really want to know what is the Biden administration doing to work with domestic manufacturers to make sure that they are producing at the highest levels possible. When is the FDA going to allow this Abbott plan to reopen? They haven't even given them a date of when that's possible. So this is an issue where once again, they are really leading from behind and responding to crisis that could have been avoided if they had been aware of them much earlier and working to mitigate this problem.

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Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

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Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

"Let's turn to our top story. The Biden administration's total utter failure to recognize the danger of protesters gathering outside our chief justice's homes. Despite a weekend of pro choice activists, harassing Supreme Court Justices at their homes, The White House has stood by and really not done anything. They didn't say anything. Until Tuesday, days later, and that's when their press person, Jen Psaki, finally came out and tweeted at potus strongly believes in constitutional right the constitutional right to protest, but that should never include violence threats or vandalism. Yeah, you think? Judges perform an incredibly important function in our society and they must be able to do their jobs without concern for their personal safety. I just want to know where's the president himself on this? Why hasn't he come out? And said that, why didn't he tweet that? You know, one has to wonder at what point will our country blame President Biden if these protests get out of hand? Because you see by staying silent, isn't he effectively egging on his supporters? Oh, I can think of someone that they would have said that about. Right? Yeah, look, it's wrong. It's just wrong. Any way you slice it, he needs to get out in front of this. He needs to set some kind of standard as the president. But you understand, of course, he can't, he can't, because this is politics at its worst. You see the Democrats now know that they have totally failed to control inflation. They know that we lost too many people in that quick exit out of Afghanistan. They know that the border situation is out of control and they know Americans are struggling as they watch this tragedy unfold in Ukraine. So sadly, it all means they got nothing to run on except for, oh, the Supreme Court issue.

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Musk says he would reverse Twitter's ban of Donald Trump

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Musk says he would reverse Twitter's ban of Donald Trump

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

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Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | Last week

Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan

"So I thought to myself and I like to do this on my Fox show this weekend too that wouldn't it be really great Wouldn't it be terrific to just go back and take a look at history The last time we had an inflationary economic crisis what did Ronald Reagan do Because I have the numbers showing that Reagan turned it around quickly So I pulled up this article because Biden's blaming everyone Again he wants to hike taxes here This is an article from Chris Talbot It's from the hill It's from last year May of 2021 I say it's from last year because Jen Psaki just said Jim then we play it in the last hour Jen Psaki said nobody warned them about this inflation thing Nobody would have A bunch of dopes and people believe it Nobody warned you Here's may 13th What's today's date May 10th So this was almost exactly a year ago minus three days That a guy by the name of Chris talgo who I don't know but it's a very good piece wrote a piece in the hill anyone could have seen He said Biden should take a page out of Reagan's inflation killing playbook So when Ronald Reagan got into the Oval Office in 1980 he notes he inherited an economy struggling with runaway inflation In January of 1980 inflation was 13.9% So in other words under the Reagan years when he first got into office folks the inflation problem was even worse When Biden got into office inflation was running two to 3% Brandon there managed to make it make an explode to 8 and a half percent So when Reagan got into office inflation was 13.9% By April it increased the 14.8% This is what he inherited from Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan Far worse almost double what Biden's got now

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Jen Psaki Defends 'Peaceful Protests' Outside Homes of Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last week

Jen Psaki Defends 'Peaceful Protests' Outside Homes of Justices

"What about the federal government's response? Well, The White House press secretary was asked about this. Yesterday, what is the Biden administration's policy or position regarding these unlawful protests in suburban leafy neighborhoods where conservative Supreme Court Justices live? Well, let's listen to Jen Psaki's answer. You suggested that peacefully protesting outside the homes of judges and Supreme Court Justices is part of freedom of expression and parts of what we do in the United States, but there's a lot of opportunity to actually prohibit protests outside private residents even when peacefully. So I'm wondering if any sort of demonstrations outside private homes might run follow that law and other laws like it. We're certainly not suggesting anyone break any laws. I would note that the president's view has long been and I tweeted this earlier this morning and repeated and made a number of these comments last week as well that violence threats and intimidation have no place in political discourse. Yes, we are country that promotes democracy and we certainly allow for peaceful protest in a range of places in the country. None of it should violate the law, no one is suggesting that. And it should never resort to violence to threats to intimidation in any way, shape or form. But that is what our position is in the president's position is go ahead.

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 Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:06 sec | Last week

Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

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Biden taps 1st Black woman, LGBT White House press secretary

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden taps 1st Black woman, LGBT White House press secretary

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Jen Psaki Struggles to Explain Biden Gaffe

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Jen Psaki Struggles to Explain Biden Gaffe

"Peter doocy of Fox News talking yesterday to propaganda patty. Now, some people call her Jen Psaki, some people call her peppermint patty. I've morphed that into propaganda patty. It's actually a suggestion of a friend of mine with citizens for free speech. I loved it and I stole it and I'm keeping it. And I'm owning it. So Peter doocy asked propaganda patty yesterday about Joe Biden acknowledging that an abortive procedure involves killing a life. A child, his words, aborting a child. And listen to how propaganda patty has to deal with that. I'm not the one about abortion. Why is president talking about the judgment to choose to abort H child? Although president's view on a woman's right to make choices about her own healthcare is well known, well documented, well stated. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. PP? Propaganda patty? That's not what he asked you. He said, why did President Biden say that being a foreign abortion or supporting abortions? Is taking a child's life? Why did he say that? You didn't answer the question that Peter just asked, can we try that again, please? Another one about abortion. Why is president talking about the judgment to choose to abort H child? About president's view on a woman's right to make choices about her own healthcare is well known, well documented, well stated. But that isn't what he well stated and well documented and well, well said what he said was it's killing a child. It's aborting, which is synonymous with terminating, which is synonymous with ending the life of a child.

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Jen Psaki Doesn't Say if Disinformation Board Will Censor Beliefs

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Jen Psaki Doesn't Say if Disinformation Board Will Censor Beliefs

Cassy Garcia: People Are Frustrated About the Border Crisis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Cassy Garcia: People Are Frustrated About the Border Crisis

"You are a Republican It is traditionally been a Democrat leading district I believe Henry cuellar has a seat now What are you hearing knocking on doors from people I have to imagine they are white hot with anger that their civil liberties have been thrown out the window for this open border madness right now You know Dan I will tell you I was block walking knocking on doors in Laredo Texas on Saturday and they are just frustrated at what is going on right now The Biden administration is disregarding the communities and the families They're sick of what they're seeing on the border We just lost bishop Evans a national guardsmen And there are outraged by what press secretary Jen Psaki basically he was a tech soldier No he was an American hero We need to enforce the laws on the books You know they are you know we are going to see a red wave come this November and we're going to retire Henry queer We're going to flip the seat and we're going to take back the house Democrats I'm talking about is every single day They are sick and tired Democrats that are conservative are sick and tired of seeing what's happening on the board I live on the border I see it every single day I see bailouts as he chases You've been to the border You've seen firsthand what happens And I'm sick and tired That's why I am running for Congress I have a conservative Hispanic raised in the Rio Grande valley and I'm in the epic center of the Biden border crisis It is chaos And it's not fair to the families and the communities who are having to bear the burden We need to enforce the laws on the books And the administration is just ignoring these communities And it's just you know we're going to see people turn out I'm going to run off from May 24th They're going to come out and we're going to be victorious come this November

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Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

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"jen psaki" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:30 min | Last month

"jen psaki" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"There that I might performing into a full joke So my friend Joe concha said this when he played a trick on his wife he said on social media he pretended his car got stolen I'm like God I'm not so sure it's a good April Fool's trick I don't know about that one I'd probably be divorced if that one happened Yeah but I'm really confused right now I don't know what to do I don't know if there's potential for this show going forward We've lost a significant source of content folks And this is not a joke I don't care if it's April 1st So peppermint patty Jen Psaki the word just broke is going to be leaving The White House What the hell are we going to do for content What are we going to do This is peppermint patty Hey check What are we going to do man You ever see Bill Paxton and aliens What are you going to do man What are you going to do What are we going to do What are we going to do Jim Mike is consoling Jim now who put down the gargantuan for a moment He doesn't know what to do either I don't know what to do but I have to come on the air and talk about the latest trend in genes or something Or bell bottoms back but about boot cut I mean I don't know what else to do So Psaki according to reports peppermints leaving She's apparently headed over stunner to MSNBC I mean nobody saw that coming No one Nobody saw that I mean she was really at MSNBC the whole time just promoting MSNBC talking points So I mean it's really when you think about it it's more of a transfer rather than her leaving the what right It's transferring from the propaganda arm of the EOP executive office of the president to the propaganda arm of the presidency at MSNBC It's really not even a transfer Wouldn't you say you truly just a desk move Like it's a move to the desk right down the block It's not a transfer It's in honor of that before I get to it I got a very important show today talking about this new world order crap The left keeps talking about how they can't shut up about it It's amazing They're like if that guy's better it's such a conspiracy theory You idiots keep talking about it All the time It's hilarious to watch you guys just keep digging Keep digging on it I want to get to that in a second But in honor of Jen Psaki leaving The White House which is going to destroy and decimate the show I expect the ratings to drop precipitously will be down to tens of listeners after this end We found this product a while ago Jim found we played it a while ago And it always helped us understand what Jen Psaki was saying See the problem with Jen Psaki is everything she said was typically I have the one 80 flipper roof dipsy do flipper O theory which Jen Psaki whatever she's saying typically the opposite is true So Jim found this fascinating product on the dark web out there in these creepy sights He's always following Corn pop products put it out there And it's called the Psaki bong So in honor of Jen Psaki we want to bring back the sake bang I suggest you pick this up you'll believe what she says on MSNBC too if you try it check this out If you oppose funding for the cops program something that was dramatically cut by the prior administration and many Republicans supported And then you vote against a bill that has funding for the cops program Their actions speak for themselves Can you believe that I can't believe she just said that The Republicans weren't the ones trying to defund the police It was the Democrats That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard Having trouble believing the mouthpiece for the moron in chief Disturbed that these are the people in charge you want to believe them and that everything's going to be okay But to just can't.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Healthcare doing well at 1.6% But boy what a rally on Wall Street the NASDAQ gaining 3.4% You had among those big gainers you had meta up 3.8% Tesla got an upgrade and it rallied 10.7% $90 higher to $936 We had a couple of officials You had Jen Psaki from the Biden administration and also one of the fed presidents had made a comment that they were looking for perhaps a little bit less robust January payroll numbers And investors took that to mean that perhaps just a little bit of a slowdown So they went into interest rate sensitive tech stocks and as mentioned among them Tesla was one of the strongest gainers that upgrade coming from Credit Suisse You all said U.S. listed Chinese stocks and admittedly a lot of those are in the tech sphere They had their biggest intraday rally this year The NASDAQ golden dragon China index closed up 10% for the day 79 holdings set to sell its sogo and Cebu department stores according to nikkei and the stock rallied about 4% in the Tokyo market The Bloomberg dollar spot index steady to slightly higher dollar M1 1516 The Aussie 70.67 U.S. cents waiting on the RBA meeting today the Australian dollar again is trading relatively steady this morning yield on the ten year 1.78% Paul Well Sony is purchasing the video game developer bungie for $3.6 billion Sony shares right now better by one and a half percent We've got more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini But she was owned by Microsoft until 2007 It's known for developing the destiny and halo franchises and it's credited with putting the Xbox on the map through halo.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pfizer's job was cleared by the U.S. for children ages 5 to 11 at the end of last week Also in the U.S. president Joe Biden's spokesperson has tested positive for COVID Jen Psaki who had been vaccinated last saw Biden on Tuesday and skipped the trip to Europe to attend G 20 and cop 26 talks saki is among the highest profile figures in the Biden administration to test positive Biden tested negative on Saturday And vacs has been chosen as the word of the year by the Oxford English dictionary Words related to vaccines have spiked in frequency in 2021 due to COVID with double axed unvaccinated anti vaxxer all seeing a surge in use if you're wondering both facts with one X and two are accepted spellings But one X is more common Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George This is Bloomberg Caroline Oh I like that a little tidbit about how to spell a vaccine Right let's go on to talk about some of the data this morning China's economy showing signs of further weakness in October as power shortages and certain commodity prices weighed on manufacturing Now while the kaisin reading suggested a pickup last month our colleagues at Bloomberg economics say that actually the official gauge is a more accurate reflection of reality So let's get more on this for our chief Asia economics correspondent Cohen and a good to have you on the program How bad is this slow down then Well good morning Caroline It is the second month of contraction for the official PMI reading And it does indicate that the economy now is under some pressure A couple of things are happening at the same time There is an energy crunch whereby manufacturers have been impacted by power outages at their plants Of course on the other side they continue to be squeezed by this global supply chain crunch and in particular that means very high cost of raw materials for these companies And of course very high transportation costs And then of course a kind of a third pillar to it all is the ongoing disruption from the very aggressive policy China has in controlling COVID which has led to disruption that port manufacturing So to your point I mean it is a material slowdown in the manufacturing sector but we should say exports are holding up very strongly at the same time So it's kind of a message of weakness but a global demand for Chinese goods still remains firm Okay and from that global perspective what about inflation from China being exported around the world Well this is a big question Caroline It's a tough one to answer actually But there's no doubt on the one hand the Chinese producers are facing their highest producer costs since the early 1990s economists are divided over how much of that does travel globally because we've got lots of variables that play the exchange rate is a factor for example and of course you have to consider what makes up CPI baskets as well in the first instance but nonetheless though at the same time there is a view that the breadth of price increases for Chinese factories has been to such an extent that the RNA are having to pass on their cost to overseas customers That is happening Certainly anecdotally when we speak to manufacturers and I've been speaking to manufacturers and throughout the year they do all say that they are passing on their costs The question then becomes Carlin does the buyer in Europe at a buyer in USA pass on those prices to the end consumer underground too But at the very least you would have to say China's PPI is not taking pressure off the global inflation story It is at the very least adding pressure at least at the margins Yeah okay interesting And then in terms of the broader context in Southeast Asia there is interesting I was really on the terminal factories in the rest of Southeast Asia perhaps doing a little better than in China Absolutely Carolina is a good point What's going on there though is a slightly different dynamic basically there was a very very bad COVID outbreak over summer months and into August in Southeast Asia and big manufacturing centers were effectively locked down and shut down So in particular Vietnam was impacted and you know you're talking about factories there for some of the world's biggest brands They literally were out of production as workers had to stay at home for their own safety now That's kind of being rebooted at the moment Those factors are coming back online not just Vietnam broadly across Southeast Asia as we shifted this kind of opening up living with COVID salt strategy that's happening out here now And that's why the PMI is really got that lift There's a sense that the demand is still there so the manufacturing story across Asia should continue to hold up There was one little wrinkle though of softness that might come today Carolina which was South Korea's export numbers They're all seen in the bellwether for where things are going And it was a little bit of a they came in a little bit slower than expected in terms of export growth So people are saying perhaps the export story might start fade over coming months Demand is robust now It's the holiday time of year but that story might start to fade in early next year Okay and a really interesting thanks so much for that explanation that is our chief Asia economics correspondent across of course all of the data out of Asia force including from China It's a really good to speak to you this morning Right let's also tell you what's coming up on the program And we're going to bring things a bit closer to home Straight ahead a closer look at the UK's budget.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Let me think this. This is really hard to figure out really trying to use some some. It's time for some game. theory here. the pillow thing seems to ridiculous to be true which means it probably is so i'm gonna go with the magnetic metallic mouth thing incorrect. It was the pillow going through. Got on that man guy travis. Ever written a game like that believe it or not the magnetic thing very true that happened Second round number one away in reporter. Chanel rian pushed a conspiracy that kobe was developed in a lab in north carolina and was a plot by the deep state to destroy the trump economy homegrown north carolina. Who knew number. Two owen reporter christina. Bob sold quote sleepy. Joe sleep supplements to raise money for the arizona audit and number three in reporter. Dan ball Video of himself speaking to his kids school district meeting against mask mandates or he called masks quote facial diapers before. They cut his mic official. Everything has to be true. I think it's the sleepy. Joe sleeping supplements is my. You are correct. Greg facial diapers is way too crazy to make up. But i will be saying that from now on will be calling them facial diapers Final round number. One owen ran a segment last month that ended with a guest democrats. George soros barack obama and the chinese communist party planning a civil war saying quote. I promise you it's coming. We've got to fight if we're going to survive so the last part not as funny as the the first part number two. Oa and reporter. Dan ball praised nicki minaj. For not trying to please. Democrats saying she refuses to act like a quote house. N word only actually said the n. Word owen reporter. At number. Three reporter. Christina bob said in a segment that donde is kind as greatest album. This is a very hip hop centric. Set of questions here. I am going to say this is a trick question. And they're all true. No no the number three was not true. She did not say the donde is greatest album. That's just that's just you. And tommy who believe that. That is not high position. I have been distorted by. I think we both said it was better than we thought it was gonna be. I have only listened to your spotify lists. That is just the tracks that you thought were good because he just did so much album. There's just too many fucking tracks very self-indulgent yet no kanye west get out here. No one has known. As time for the whole surprise. I thought the donna thing might be true because it's not his first real post maga- moment album so i thought maybe it was chance. Of course they want they want to own that right now. Get nation would rally to support kanye west. That's what i thought. By possibility. it was wrong. They probably have not listened to donde short All right well look you. You got one out of three. So that's not bad. You know what you're not an away and fan. What can we say. It's got so watch more owen. Let's spin it positively That's all we have for today. Thanks to where pal. Jen psaki for For joining us and everyone.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

"I'm on your side. And he's there to fight for them and that appeal was incredible word and especially in the context of their. Which is mitt romney. He's with the guys who fucked up the economy and then got rich on the solution. Why you all got left behind. And what democrats those cold. All politics is identity. Politics policy based appeals specially today. Yeah do you always have been. I think always always happen. It's just we funneled that terminology into race in gender and sexuality. Beth not really what it is right in his s. reclined podcast but in our clients book why polarize he talks about. How those buzzfeed quizzes. That are like thirty seven as your from ohio. We're thirty seven ways. You went to high school in the mid nineties. Those were the most popular things on the internet. Because we are looking for where we fit in this very crazy world and politics is that it's not just where your farmer who you are the color of your skin or anything else it like you. Identity based appeals matter in are important and just think about the this is goes to the popular verse unpopular sort of thing is if republicans are making a cultural grievance identity appeal and we're making policy based appeal. We're gonna loose. The problems are saying you see those people over there. Immigrants elitist people in washington hollywood types. Gay people transpeople. They are changing america. And that change is going to hurt you. we're gonna save your way of life democrats alike. We're going to mail you a three hundred dollar check once a month you in will and you know this is why in the biden campaign. You saw them do this. In the debate they revived at recently. That the fight over bill back better and a lot of these proposals is scranton versus par. Gaffe right this is this. It was more of an identity based appeal that joe biden is the working class guy from scranton and donald trump is the rich asshole from park avenue trump over the years successfully Even though he's a rich asshole Made himself seem like some fucking working class populist which was quite a feat. But you saw the biden's attempt to do that was trying to to change that into into heaven. Identity based appealed. It wasn't just about economic policy. Think there was something else to obama in two thousand twelve. That as rene were tweeting about about this and ezra was tweeting. I think the truly underplayed part of obama's politics is his level of rhetorical patriotism in his genius at wrapping his candidacy. In a highly pro-american story. I think that more than moderation is what liberals and leftist underestimate in his success. I completely agree with this as someone who helped him. Write a lot of these speeches I thought his rhetorical patriotism was also was also more honest about america's faults than a lot of politicians are which is why it worked for both folks on the left. An folks in the center center right maybe And then you know as you pointed out that the right correctly understood that obama's doing something very dangerous for them constructing a patriotic story identity in which the real americans are the ones who recognize in work to overcome our flaws. That is what. I have been looking for and democratic candidates since then is who can tell that kind of story i think that with his message about the soul of america being at stake like biden did get close to that. I also think for obama. That message was wrapped up in his identity as a Biracial guy with the middle name hussein. Who came from the south side of chicago but You know grew up for time in indonesia and then hawaii and we had foot and many different worlds his identity and the story he told at the two thousand four convention about himself and his family were part of his message and part of his appeal. And i say that because and saw a man to lytton made this point during this debate is that you cannot always separate message from the messenger. Thank you can't separate it right you. You can't no you can't you. Can't separate the message from the messenger and that part of the store you tell on the identity you convey has to do with who you are not just what you say. And that's something that we need to keep in mind with candidates as well i think in terms of like other other things strategist and organizers can take away from this debate do you have any other last Less takeaways for folks. Just i think we have to think about. We have to understand why the republican message has been so powerful in this media environment and understand the all of the incentives to ensure that identity based cultural appeals travel so far in this media environment and think about how we take our message and our agenda and package it in a that can actually move in this media environment because we should you know your point about. Ads is really important. Like add certainly matter we. There's we need to spend more money as a party in more creative ways to get our message front of voters but donald trump almost one in the middle of a pandemic that he absolutely screwed up against a great can't ever any better campaign and joe biden had tons more money. that's because republicans dominated the organic media. Space ride the clinical to earn face. We're going to have to figure out to make our message trouble that way. Because our policy based message aimed breakthrough like we've seen in the polls that show the only thing people know about biden's agenda is the price tag and that's sub optimal and i will say that you know even though i used to write speeches for a living. I'm not someone who thinks that like a good message can fix everything but one of the only things a campaign can control is what they say with the candidate says. What the field organizers say. What the volunteer. Say what the ads say like. You can't control what your opponent says. You can't control what the activists in your party. You're saying you can't control what the press saying. You can only control what you say. And i do think that's why it's it's really important to come up with a message. That's appealing i. Also thank look the idea that we can afford to keep losing non college educated voters of all races because there's some bigger pool of college educated voters just waiting for us to knock on their doors is a fallacy and i do think that like sometimes and and by the way that is back to the diagnosis that the diagnosis part most people agree with and i think sometimes we lull ourselves into a complacency that like oh there are a whole bunch of progress with just like us out there and they're just not voting that often and if we just go knock on their door and tell them our message. They're going to come vote because the truth is like even mobilizing younger more diverse. People who don't usually vote requires them requires persuading them to understand that casting. A ballot is worth it and that takes work and i don't think that we do the work of persuasion. Well enough like a not has said this on our podgy said this many times. The job of a good message isn't to say what's popular but to make popular what needs to be said. And i don't think that we've thought enough about the work of making popular. What needs to be set. Because i think we are in a lot twitter echo chambers and sometimes we just say what we believe and say what we think is right and it is the right thing to believe but we have to figure out how to say it in a way. That is appealing to the most voters. Possible an in haney lopez had a great point on this as he was reading about this again in haney lopez worked with a not worked with heather mcghee all of them on the race class narrative that we've talked about a lot on this pod a lot on the wilderness he said or he wrote democratic messages alienate voters when they are predicated on a sense of identity that voters do not share for instance define the police and abolished. Ice are deeply connected to a story of the police and ice white supremacist institutions that press communities of color in turn. This story depicts the country as locked into a historic conflict between white people and people of color it thus asks white voters to see themselves as members of an oppressive group. They must help to disempower in asks..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Or is the onions in yesterday and we're going to educate people on the true meaning of per we could also do last question. Do you still plan to Leave next year or they could. Could they convince you to stay. Well since my husband is a listener of america. And i'm not sure my children are yet you know. Look i think I think when i came into this job i knew i would be here for not unlimited period of time so sometime next year it'll probably be time for a new a new person new face that is not because i don't love government i do I don't live being doing this job. This job is amazing. it's it's a. It's an honor to do it every single day. Even when there's a questions about the dog and the briefing room or whatever crazy thing comes out of nowhere. I love working for joe biden and actually at this time in history post trump. But you know you guys well know. I have two little kids They're very tiring. As i can confirm from. You know. I think. I built like a small rocket ship this morning and colored before i came to work on law and You know that sounds very your back. Know those little kits that they send you so And you know it's it's also sometimes it's time for for for for new new fresh face perspective and all that as well so sometime next year we don't know exactly when yet but I'll be there till here till then greg. I hope that was a satisfactory one. Said that's an audience of one. Pass jen psaki. Thank you so much for joining us as always good out there in the briefing room and come back. Thank you guys. great talking to you bye. Merck is brought to you by outer known who needs to loosen up by wearing more stylish clothing To aware in t shirts the pocket somewhere in hoodie worn every day for most of the last two years these webs maybe all of these weapons are old enough to wonder if trump really is going to be the republican nominee. I bought these pants in san francisco. And i lived there the first year i lived there known offering men's and women's clothing where style meet sustainability. Their mission is to provide great closed. that don't harm. The environment. sustainability is not something they take lightly. It's literally why the company exists out known only works. Is that the usa literally. Maybe i known only works with factories that pay fair living wages and provide safe working conditions. We love that ninety. Five percent of products are made from organic or recycled materials. Love that. I the literally works because why can both mean By what by what By what 'cause why can mean most like how also like for what reason could great. I don't close three things. High quality sustainable close comfortable in fifth grade. Timeless style made to last for multiple years. We've received some outer known. Close their outstanding. There's some jeans and we've got some jeans there's some great Henley's i'm buying a sweatshirt as we speak on the website it was a there was a a sweater i really liked. But she told me that if you buy that before we have a code out punching the face. When i bought the two of you often get threats from our employees. Did they did the henley's come with. The podcast hosts the podcasts. Come with the henley's i cannot remember. What the original deal is out own. Unlike the joke unlike the hanley joke was founded by my joke. You basic chris. Just you boring fashion. Nobody's dopamine though. I don't own was founded by pro surfer and eleven time world champion. Kelly slater..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Ask you all. I ask you all to rise and join us as mark. Lloyd leads us in the pledge. Cool really cool. It's an a jet. Another president has talked a lot about. The challenges are democracy. I just curious sort of what. His reaction is. Some of these things that are happening out there. They're threats that democracy and whether we're sort of that's something you expect to have him talk about more. Obviously as you get through the many sugar honey. Iced tea sandwiches on the current menu. But that's for my mother-in-law it's it's very premature the for household right. Now bring it's lengthy but you can feel free to steal it Yes i mean. Look i think what one thing. Yes people will hear the president talk about this more and i think just because we have a lock going on in the agenda right. Now that's consuming a lot of the oxygen. It shouldn't lesson Anyone's understanding of the focus on some of these key pieces. I mean look at the january. Six commission and the work that they're doing And as we approached that not only has the president spoken out about how this is the darkest democracy but as we've considered and will consider them case by case we've not granted executive privilege to The request from the trump administration On documents or on individuals to date will keep considering because we need to get to the bottom of what happened that day. we can't stanford The virginia race is really. I'm virginia resident. So this is a little custom here. It's a little scary As a as a as a progressive woman in the suburbs. We need to pay attention to what's going on here because this could really change things for us And what is happening a little bit or visit. I guess my assessment is. We're kind of normalizing people who were not trump but are republicans as if they're fine and and some we can work with certain things that is part of the unifying message there are roads are not a partisan issue right on even child. Universal childcare is not a partisan issue clean drinking water but ultimately when you have people who are denying climate change exists not allowing women to make choices about their own healthcare. That's not moderate that is not normal and that should not be normalized. And so some of it. I think is Needing to identify meeting to make clear that being unified does not mean every republican in congress is agreeing with us on everything. They're not there are going to be things we can work with some republicans on to move them for by necessity. We have to do that to get some things passed but it also means calling out when things are are not a mainstream are not even moderates and are not and shouldn't be considered that way and there's a lot of things iphones in that category that kind of wash through and they really shouldn't. Is the president. Going to go back to virginia to campaign with terry mcauliffe again before the race. I suspect you well. All right I was just wondering has working in. The white house started to feel a little more normal than when you guys i got there. Delta kept it pretty weird. It's still a little weird. I mean i Because we do all of our not all but we still do a lot of meetings in our offices on zoom and so what's missing Which is just sad. Is that moment where you're in the where you're in a meeting. And their sports people in there and you say oh look. There's the science advisor. I'm going to go. Ask him about lars. I don't know there's all these experts in here and you just run into them in meetings. Sometimes you didn't even realize you're at a follow up question and that doesn't exist. And so i have a bit of a sadness for this amazing group of people who were a part of the press team who haven't experienced that right where you're just in and out of these meetings and you look over and you're like wow. There's a world renowned economist. I we're all nerdy here right so l think this is cool. You know. that's a cool fare rates call. There's there's gina mccarthy you know they're susan rice and that doesn't exist as much and so and i think that's part of the white house experience so a lot of people i mean you guys know this because you've been in here you know. I would be able to do my job if i didn't have the team. That works for me right. And they they are embedded with these policy folks but they don't get to experience things in the same way. There's no south lawn events. There's no events in the east room with right now. The side benefit. There's one benefit is. I hate heels. Look really hate shoes. And i was telling you guys when i came. I were sneakers. Basically all dan right desk. And i got up to go check on something like a nut. Somebody else's office. And i was wearing a black shoe and Cream-colored shoe in kenya delegation is here and they kind of looked at me. Oddly so there are things like you know you. Can you can get some things done later office. But there isn't elements of it. That's missing that makes me a little sad for the people who haven't experienced working here before you're not sitting at my desk all day in a tie every single moment would be. That was the only upside surveys there. Joe biden. that's that's change. You can believe in origin. I did something that. I didn't even do when i worked in the white house which was in preparation this interview. I watched the briefing yesterday. So i just have a very so many supply chain questions. I felt so bad for you. I was like leave her alone. Now for the supply chain christian. She this question john because jen important issue important issue. I'm i'm deeply. Dan knows as our friend and a high government official. I need to know whether you can personally guarantee that..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:36 min | 7 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on Pod Save America

"To save america. I'm john fabra. I'm dan pfeiffer. Today's pod white house press secretary. Jen psaki is here to talk about how the president intends to get his agenda through congress. Danae dive into the roiling debate over populism in the future of the democratic party. We react to the news that. At and t. Funded the rightwing propaganda network away n with a game. We're calling to truths and a big lie. Go down just for you. But i two quick notes before we start. Philip accardi podcast on holier than thou is back season two is all about the wisdom of people falling down getting up and trying new things as they navigate re entry into a newish world. Catch up on the first episode with sumita mukhopadhyay by former editor of teen vogue as she and phil dive deep into the lessons of grief and how to build relationships over time. Also jason concepcion's new fan culture podcast x ray vision if you haven't already each week. Jason is joined by panelists and guests for deep dive into your favorite films. Tv shows and comics including the marvel. Cinematic universe star wars and so much more. Follow on holier than thou and x ray vision. Wherever you get your podcasts all right. Let's get to the news. President biden is dealing with a delightful set of challenges right now a pandemic and economy that hasn't fully recovered from the pandemic an ongoing assault on democracy by the other major political party in two extremely annoying democratic senators who continued stand in the way of his agenda passing congress here to talk with us. About how much fun. She's having answering only the most thoughtful questions from reporters about all of this every day of the week. White house press secretary. Jen psaki jen. Welcome back here. Thanks for having me. So i know we've been friends for a long time but i have to be a serious journalist right now and ask you pretty hard hitting questions. About which tweets ron clean has been liking that. What is it like to have a political reporter whose entire beat is a runs. Tweet likes mysterious. I mean there's a few things going on in the world so you'd have to find yourself kind of giving the context of the tweet that was re tweeted and what the May or may not mean. Sometimes what we're doing here sometimes what we're doing here. So yes it's quality it's quality journalism jets so the three of us were all at the white house together through the two thousand financial crisis tea party protests twenty ten midterms government shutdown debt ceiling crisis. How does what you guys are dealing with right now. Compared to all those other Shit sandwiches that we had to eat. Well i wish i could Sugar honey iced. I'm going to say as a government official these days Sugar episodes you know. I just have to keep a pg pg so look. I mean i think having been here before And a lot of us have helps because you having lived through this some of these journeys before especially in the legislative fronts. Means that you don't really freak out right And none of us are freaking out here and you guys remember and lived through and hopefully don't have ptsd but The affordable care act journey and battle and the battle to get dodd-frank passed and all of these pieces that had so many ups and downs. And we were never hiding under our desks or laying under a desk in the fetal position. We're not now but yeah. Look i mean we always knew that at this point and the administration it would be hard and it is hard because there are things we control their things. We don't control getting legislation done. Take some time it turns out. Democracy means people have a lot of opinions and different points of view and they're going to argue them invoice them. That's what's happening now. Jan one of the things you have to deal with every day is sort of a lemming like hurting towards particular narrative phrase earlier which seems maybe like a hundred years ago you. The narrative was joe biden is the next fdr and lbj all wrapped into one passing everything. Everything's great and then for the last few months it's been the exact opposite of that denson. Disarray are coming off the bus etc. What is what should they actual. What is the actual correct narrative about. Where you guys are the presidency right now. Well since you asked me. I mean a lot of that is around. What is proposed legislatively right so having these big bold proposals the bill. Back better agenda. These huge packages And there's no question that the fact that this has become a focus around numbers has not been helpful are. We can't entirely control that we have. Is they wanna talk about the substantive pieces but right now i mean the thing. That's challenging with the with the daily lemmings as you said about the about. The line of questioning is that it's not really a cut if it's a package that doesn't exist right. I mean essentially if you don't get a package passed or there isn't enough support in congress to pass a three point five trillion dollar package. You know the alternative is not something bigger. It's it's nothing right so are right now. We're thinks it or we're trying to piece together. What we still think is going to be a hugely historic package. That's going to do a lot of really really good things that haven't been done in the past including making universal pre-k a reality something that we know. Statistically will help more people go to college you know investing in climate change. Something that we know is long overdue and the us is one of the worst in the world making college reality for people investing in paid leave. So sometimes we get a little short handing refocus on the the process. The legislative process hugely important. I guess reporters to ask about it but we miss the point right and the point right now is. We're trying to put together a historic package. That will be bigger investments in a lot of these key things. Climate universal pre-k paid leave Making clean water reality than ever happened in the past and we get mired in. Is it three point. Two is a two point seven. What did senator manchin half for lunch. I mean Which were kind of missing the point so you know. That's the reality of what we're trying to do now. We think we're going to get there But it's hard to break through the noise of the game of where the numbers are and what the emotions are of different numbers of congress. I will not ask you. What dimension had for lunch. If it's if it's something that's gonna lead sort of package passing. I will get that lunch whatever you want. I know you can't like divulge almost you take you almost. No one's listening to you. Guys right nonstop man. I heard you on pods team american. That happens all the time. There's reports that mansion in cinema themselves are disagreeing with each other so much that it's nearly impossible to square the circle right. There's like people close to the white house saying this. Is there any truth to that or are you more optimistic than these reports. Yeah don't feel that bad everyone. Here's the thing. People negotiate a lot in public this Privately of course but alive public and sometimes that's their job to do that. People want more of something they want something to be smaller because they wanna to go run for office and say i'm very fiscally conservative. Or i want more and i fought for more years of a program that's democracy working Ultimately when it comes down to it no bill is perfect. It's not going to be everything. That joe biden wants. Soccer be everything. Joe mansion wants or shearson cinema wants or or a formal giant paul or any member of congress..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

07:15 min | 8 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Of course a lack of supply. So why them to. Those states only never our role as the as the government overseeing the entire country is to be equitable in how we distribute were not going to give a greater percentage to florida over oklahoma. Nor do i think. Are you suggesting that we have to move on okay Notice her aversion to the word. Facts yes you're going to point out. I yeah i and of course also a couple times. She used the term equitable right. That is the that is the term that they keep using of vitamin station keeps using. I think thinking that the general public will just hear that and think that it is the same as equal. It is not of course. But they said we're not going to give a greater percentage to florida over oklahoma well if florida has a greater percentage of cases it right. I didn't like there are certain factors. You have to consider when you're dealing with a virus that people are getting author than what we have to send the same amount to each state if once eight is hardest hit and they just so happened to be a state that voted against me and also a state that we claim or refusing the vaccine. Oh well sorry if you die. Not really spoiler. It's not about the virus at all. It's entirely political. And they'll gas let you into thinking that you're the one making it political when the government is literally favoring states over other states based on how they loaded. Yeah i know. I love that point because it really. The gas lighting is at an all time high especially when they're talking about people making political like i've never once said i'm not going to take a vaccine because i don't even understand how you get to making the vaccine political right like like trump trump trump presidency brought us vaccine if we if we were making a political and it was all about trump. I'd be like please inject this into my arm. Because it stands for president trump so much wrong political was so much wrong with it was she said i almost because she's first of all she operated among this moron ideas of vaccinated people couldn't spray it this way. Look the which we already know factually. She's talked about facts. Ironically that is not factual in terms of what it is she said. And that's what this whole antibody deal is about. It's about there being an alternative to that jab in the first place you know. Maybe it's a case of people getting sick and then trying to treat it so this is more so what. We're looking more as a form of therapeutic. But then i think about the vaccine it access. Same damn way brian. You know because it doesn't prevent you from getting it. We know that it doesn't Will they changed. What vaccine actually is now. It doesn't necessarily make you immune anymore but traditionally that's what we thought of it as and that's not what this is. But i particularly took issue with. I always have to make about decentralisation. She said she would out on that limb and this is people should see the problem and she said this is our she said. This is our over city overseeing all this. That's the fundamental problem. I was reading this morning. Descent is saying all right. screw it. i'm just going to start trying to go directly to the manufacturers to make sure i get all of this if they're gonna sort of brought on me see i've lived that we saw jesse kelly tweet about this response to the sarah silver situation. I love when stuff like this happens. I hate that it sucks in the way they did do us because well you're trying really prevent treatment from other people that may may want it however people are starting to realize the fundamental problem in the middleman at the federal government plays ass. How unnecessary that. They actually are. They like unnecessary. Unfortunately the indoctrination work the propaganda work. Well a lot of people can conflate federal government to country or the culture that the country supposedly represents when it can be anything. Further from the truth is exactly what jen psaki says as moronic as a may be damn vida population she says about what's accurate equitable and all sorts of my question is what the hell is. Why do they get to dictate. How much if. that's indeed. What they need. How much florida can bring in. The texas world can't can bring in in terms of this sort of treatment. There's a fundamental problem with that but that's really extending to a lot of other things cova just showed everybody the problem ears and some people are conceding. Definitely have to what happened with cowboy. Nfl rico going to be starting to consider this as a viable alternative. So i think they got a couple of years and then i have everybody on this. Show saying the federal government. We need to succeed. Or whatever decentralisation. I'm looking forward to that. So eric brings up a great point and he also was speaking on california the recall election. I know you are now a proud resident of a texas. It was the best decision in my life to context this and unfortunately the recall was on my birthday. The fourteenth and it didn't happen doesn't affect me anymore But yeah i think honestly people are having more conversations about national divorce. She saw sarah silverman doing it to come out of her mouth. Who's like okay. Let's see where this goes. I know and it does feel like we're living in two different countries as someone who was born and raised in california and then moved to la from northern california was more It feels like a different country here. I catch myself reaching mass. That isn't there. I catch myself like in my allowed to do this and have people saying because of a question. Are you allowed to do this. Insert whatever this you want it. It is like a different country. It it is funny because we have people. Come here. i remember Dave rubin maybe not the last time he was here by the time before last and he was like. It's just feels really weird. We're all sitting at a table together. We're not masked up like when you are in that for so long. It's to me dummy to us. We've been living here the whole time. So i like life. Hasn't been that different. Even i wasn't wearing a mask. I never got told to leave or told off or anything like that so to me it was like. Wow yeah our people in other sting on and other countries and other state just a little flat away. Yeah i mean blue states california in particular and give you stockholm syndrome. Because for the first week. I was here in texas happy. I was like what is all this freedom have to deal with like things are so different here and now i'm more comfortable. And unlike how was unhappy at all when i got here but california will literally convince you have to be there mutter how bad it is so with all worthy mandates the breaking point for you what what was the tipping point. Yeah i mean right before. I moved here one of my friends a birthday party at a bar and i couldn't go because they were acquiring back scenes and anti vaccine. It's so sick that people will call you back over simply being slightly president. Went flashback to six months ago. Everyone the other side was saying they would not take it if trump brought it to them and you know so so yeah it's just the feeling of the government releasing things that you're not allowed to walk your dog outside and often without a mask rather how anti inside is because we know. Kobe can't really spread outside. So we don't need to wear a mask but but it's it feels like people in california and i was just talking about this..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Today the white house responds to the suggestion that they are withholding regeneration from red states. Nicki minaj comes out against cancel. Culture and ted cruz unloads on biden regarding crisis at the border. We have got a jam packed. Show today and it all starts right now. Happy friday welcome to the news and why it matters. I am syra gonzales. It is going to be a very fun show today. We've got eric. July contributor eric july back in the house but also on her maiden voyage on the show we have blair white from writer of the post millennial also i. I don't know. I mean. I should have started with youtuber because that is of course how everyone knows you. Yes please subscribe blair white youtube and this is gonna be a really good show and i was telling them off air. I'll just. I'll let the beavers in on a little secret. I actually got a a someone you of the show. Who sent something into me and said why didn't you. I'm really disappointed that you didn't bring up the nicki minaj story yesterday. This was thursday. And i said oh. Just wait because they have the to perfect people to comment on all topics of culture Tomorrow which is of course today so glad to have you guys here. Let's start with sake. Jen psaki white house. Press secretary jockey who responded to all of the claims which just happened to be true. I'll just sort of insert that part in all of the claims that the white house that biden administration is restricting the distribution of the monoclonal antibody treatments to state. That just happened to be red states. Just happen to incident. Yes just crazy coincidence right. Just the southern states. Florida georgia alabama which is like one of the hardest hit states right now with cova d- Texas all of these states just happen to be red states just happened to not vote for joe biden and only a week after joe biden himself coming out and saying we're going to be increasing the supply of regeneration of these monoclonal antibody treatments by fifty. Percents we're going to be distributing them out nationwide all of a sudden. We found out that they were throttling. The use the distribution of them in all of these red states just so happened to also be the states that have been hit the hardest by kovin at this particular moment so they were asked on. This and here is that exchange and jen psaki answering the question. Watch not accurate so let me give you the accurate information. First of all we are increasing our distribution this month by fifty percent in early august we were distributing an average of one hundred thousand doses per week now worshiping an average of one hundred fifty thousand doses per week over the last month. Though one thing that i think people need to understand for clarity fax to new facts this at monoclonal. Antibodies are lifesaving therapies. That are used. After infection to more severe outcomes so clearly the way to protect people and save more lives is to get them vaccinated so that they don't get the covert to begin with. But over the last month given the rise cases due to the delta varian and the lower number of vaccination rates in some of these states like florida texas seven states or making up seventy percent of the orders are supply is not unlimited and we believe it should be equitable across states across the.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Us you cannot speak out against You know the people in power there etc. And i remember all of us thinking okay. Well we understand that we respect the laws here and you know that it's so different where we live. Don't show see what's happening. Don't y'all see that we are living now in that time. I mean it's weird. It's a weird world whenever. I agree with nikki massage. But she's not wrong. Blair well how can you be filthy rich. Like that. Not be a capitalist. Like i mean. She's done honestly. I'm a huge fan. they're called. I'm barb and really. Yeah and she's actually if you know her music well over the years. She's actually had a lot of lands in her songs. That have someone who's a republican kind of been like. Oh she literally has a and she said it was a joke she when has a line saying. I'm a republican voting for mitt romney which you know so nobody lawsuit right and it's not about being anti box and the fact that like we get back she is. It's on about being antibiotics about being anti force it's about being. Why do i have to show up to rite aid. Walgreens forever and get the shot. And why can't i ask me questions about it and you know it. It's the force it's not the actual vaccine and and so i want to bring into the conversation Because i think that this is an important part of it to the the effect that this will have on people. There are as you pointed out there. There are a lot of nicki minaj. Fans out there and these people listen to their favorite artists to their favorite actors. Whoever whoever it may be all of all of the barbs is that correctly all of the barbed. Listen to nicki minaj. So much so. That fans of nicki minaj were protesting outside the headquarters of the in atlanta. Shouting nicki minaj told me the truth. Felt she lied to me. Here's some of that prepared..

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"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Rapper nicki manashe who is obviously a i mean a member of the left rate full on member of the left would have never questioned any of that before now but nicki minaj. Says that america's preoccupation with cancel culture is hardly different than that of communist china. Which i believe was blair's point right before we went to break and nikki. Mirage has determined this from all of her. She's been feuding with the left after she said on twitter. That's a friend bear with me here on the story. A friend of her trinidad cousin became impotent. After receiving the kobe nineteen vaccine and his testicles swelled up. I guess would be the professional way to bring this news to you and She said that she did not attend the twenty one gala because she was not vaccinated against corona virus yet requiring vaccine vaccines are requiring you to be vaccinated and she said they want to. This is what she tweeted. They want you to get vaccinated for the met if i get vaccinated. It won't be for the met. It will be once i feel. I've done enough research. I'm working on that now. In the meantime my loves be safe. Where the mass. With two strings that grips your head and face not that loose one okay so not not an anti vacs. Anti mask rant. Obviously telling people mask up if you haven't gotten the vaccine like not what you would call conservative views. She was slammed for that. She was slammed by. Msnbc host joy reid. She was slammed by all of these members of left saying that she was promoting vaccine hesitancy. How dare she do all these. Things and nicki menaj actually went to her instagram and was very upset about all of the comments that she was getting. All of the criticisms. Getting here is what she had to say on that. You should be able to ask questions about anything. You're putting inside your body. We asked a bunch of questions about about the most simple thing of tau glue work do that. Glue globally. Keep the wig down. For how many hours on a pole and if i at what. You can't just innocently. Ask a question about something. Owning your body to your realized that i remember going to china and they were telling.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Happy friday welcome to the news and why it matters. I am syra gonzales. It is going to be a very fun show today. We've got eric. July eric july back in the house but also on her maiden voyage on the show we have blair white from writer of the post millennial also i i don't know i mean i should have started with youtuber because that is of course how everyone knows you. Yes please subscribe blair white youtube and this is going to be a really good show and i was telling them off air. I'll just. I'll let the beavers in on a little secret. I actually got a someone viewer of the show. Who sent something in to me and said why didn't you. I'm really disappointed that you didn't bring up the nicki minaj story yesterday. This was thursday. And i said oh. Just wait because they have the to perfect people to comment on all topics of culture Tomorrow which is of course today so glad to have you guys here. Let's start with sake. Jen psaki white house. Press secretary jockey who responded to all of the claims which just happened to be true. I'll just sort of insert that part in all of the claims that the white house that biden administration is restricting the distribution of the monoclonal antibody treatments to state. That just happened to be red states. Just happened to incident. Yes just crazy coincidence. Right just the southern states florida georgia alabama which is like one of the hardest hit states right now with kobe Texas states just happened to be red states. Just happened to not vote for joe biden and only a week after joe biden himself coming out and saying we're going to be increasing the supply of regeneration of these monoclonal antibody treatments by fifty percent. We're going to be distributing them out. Nationwide all of a sudden we found out that they were throttling. The use the distribution of them in all of these red states just so happened to also be the states that have been hit the hardest by kovic at this particular moment so they were asked on. This and here is that exchange and jen psaki answering the question. Watch not accurate so let me give you the accurate information. First of all we are increasing our distribution this month by fifty percent in early august we were distributing an average of one hundred thousand doses per week. Now worshiping an average of one hundred fifty thousand doses per week over the last month though one thing that i think people need to understand for clarity fax to fax this at monoclonal. Antibodies are lifesaving therapies that are used after infection to prevent more severe outcomes so clearly the way to protect people and save more lives is to get them vaccinated so that they don't get the covert to begin with. But over the last month given the rising cases due to the delta varian and the lower number of vaccination rates in some of these states like florida texas just seven states are making up seventy percent of the orders are supply is not unlimited and we believe it should be equitable across states across the.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jen Psaki says the decisions will ultimately be left to school district. But the fine print of the administration's 100 Day goal is for the majority of schools to have in person lessons at least one day a week. That is Our own effort to make our own set her own markings bold in it and upsetting, embolden, ambitious agenda for how we're going to measure ourselves and progress shock. He calls it a bar that she hopes schools will exceed One analysis finds most K through eight schools already have Steven Portnoy, CBS news unions representing Massachusetts educators and firefighters of asking the state to support a pilot program for vaccinating employees in high needs school district too smart. The unions, including the Massachusetts Teachers Association of the Professional Firefighters in Massachusetts. Sent a letter with that proposal to Health and Human services Secretary Mary Luz Southers. They want to focus on 10 to 20. I need school district's At the same time People 65 Plus are being vaccinated some potentially very stiff penalties. You're coming for those who have visited nearly three dozen banned countries before attempting to fly into the UK Anyone who may have visited any of the so called Red list countries of the past 10 days and not disclose that at arrival in the UK could be in serious trouble. Transportation secretary, Grand chaps. We think it's appropriate that things like prison sentences for lying about being in one of those red list countries are are appropriate reason to try to keep new, potentially deadly or covered variants out of the UK at a time when vaccinations here are really ramping up. Tom Rivers ABC News London Former U. S. Marines facing at nine year sentence at a Russian prison camp, Trevor Reid was detained. Back in 2019. ABC is Patrick Rebel has small. Reed is appealing a nine year prison sentence given last July in a trial on assault charges, the U. S Embassy has called absurd. U. S. Ambassador John Sullivan, at an appeal hearing in Moscow Wednesday, said Reid's case was his highest priority can imagine the distress.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Coming down. Do you think your sister likes to talk? Yeah, modify later. Thanks for coming here. Thanks, bro. Of years. Come back any time when you're coming back. It's so what's that? Their plan was what 618 billion pittance. Apparently 618 billion. What is that? Nothing on and they want 1.9 trillion Was it. Jen Psaki afterward was saying that's not good enough. Who was who was the spokesperson? Afterwards? Jen Psaki was talking about the package and then about what they what they want his view eyes that the size of the package needs to be confessed commensurate with the crisis we're facing. That's why he proposed 1.9 Trillion. There's obviously a big gap between 600,000,001 0.9 Children. I don't think any of us are mathematicians. Otherwise we wouldn't be here. But we can all state that clearly and so clearly. He thinks the package size needs to be closer what he proposed, then smaller Can I weigh? Hear this all the time? The pack is just has to be huge because the problem is huge. Number one. That's bad thinking. If the problem is huge, the package in the funding may have to be huge. It's not as if that's not a possibility. But the idea that we just have to throw his much much it has to. We have to waste the amount of taxpayer money commensurate to the size of this crisis makes no sense. First of all. It's not reported on very much is that awful lot of money from the last round still hasn't been spent. By the states. Because every dollar is supposed to go here or there, and a lot of states. They didn't need this money for that particular problem. And I know that Brian Kemp was asking for permission since I got the money and I don't need it for that problem rather than sending you more money. Could I just use that money for this other problem? No. No, You can't. So it's not real convenient. You're not gonna hear it a lot. It's the truth. There's a lot of money in the states from the last round that because of regulations couldn't be spent, and it's still sitting there. So number one. You could repurpose a lot of that money and open that up. When she says it's not big enough for the crisis. Here's a little interesting thing that I found. Biden's 2021 Covert 19 bill cost more Then the entire 1981 federal government. Reagan's first year you What's the first thing you say? Ah, Eric, but inflation and I would say Ah, no, they adjusted.

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"jen psaki" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"jen psaki" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Transportation on federal property requirements about testing before individuals come over from overseas. We've also were also, of course, stepping up our vaccine distribution and supply production efforts, which will help get it into the arms of more Americans, but He's hopeful that we can take all of these steps on beheld expedite this process, but you're absolutely right. And he said today and I'll repeat here. It's going to take months and months, and it's our responsibility here in the Biden administration, to be honest with the American people about not just the sacrifices that will be required, and the Americans will have to continue to take But also the length of time that it's going to take to really get this pandemic under control. While speaking of of leveling with or being direct with the American people. The president is promising 100 million doses in the first 100 days, But it's our understanding that there were there going to be twice that many doses available because they're already what is it 300 million. That have been promised that are that are on track right now. So are you under playing underestimating what can really be done in the 1st 100 days? Well, the goal we set a bold goal. It was called at the time and still continues to be is 100 million shots in the arms of Americans in the 1st 100 days on. Certainly, we welcome the Expanded production and expedited production of more Zach Vaccine supply. But we also need to ensure that Americans know how to get the vaccine where they can go to get the vaccine that we do A great deal to address vaccine hesitancy something that you heard Dr Fauci talk about today, So it's not a simple we wish Itwas Aziz. Lining everybody up on their way into a football stadium is requires a much greater Herculean operational effort than that. So you're saying it's more than just about the number of Doses available. But I do want to ask you about the period beyond the 100 days because what manufacturers and others federal state health officials are saying is that there just won't be vaccine available until April or or later for the vast majority of Americans is that is the administration acknowledging that Well, Judea. The reason that we laid out all these steps with the president laid out the steps today in yesterday's, because if we don't take steps now, it is going to slow on not just the supply but slow distribution in a couple of months, and we have, as you noted, supply vaccine supply now, But it is something that we need to look ahead. We need to look down the horizon to April May June. To ensure that we're able to continue to get shots into the arms of Americans. So this is a a long term effort. We set this goal for the 1st 100 days because we feel it's important to hold ourselves accountable on hold ourselves to a bold goal. But it is going to continue beyond that. And we need to keep looking in the months ahead beyond the 1st 100 days to make sure we're prepared when we get there. So much else to ask you about Jen Psaki. Certainly the pandemic has affected the economy. The president is talking about an economic relief package. But as you know, Republicans are already pushing back, saying it's not targeted enough, especially He's $1400 direct payments. Is President Biden prepared to compromise as necessary in order to get some more help out there? Well, Judy that the package was designed. It is a large package. Nobody's denying that certainly not the president. But it was designed with the advice of economists and the advice of health experts on what was required. For this moment in the crisis the country is facing. As you noted, it's the pandemic. It's also the economic crisis and about half of the packages for unemployment insurance. There's money in there for vaccine distribution for reopening schools. And the tricky question here is what exactly do you want to cut Because nobody wants to be having a conversation in May or June about why schools aren't re opening as an example. So No, but he's doing what how he thinks the process should work and frankly, how it hasn't worked in some time, which is the president of the United States lays out his proposal lays out the parameters of what he thinks should happen based on the advice of policy experts. Then he has a discussion with Congress. They have a discussion with each other. And rarely does the sausage look exactly like it. It does coming out of the machine as it did going in, and he's certainly prepared for that, But we're at the early stage and will continue to have those conversations in the days ahead. At the same time you have again. This is coming from Republicans who were saying it Z all well and good the president's early days, but Thies first executive orders but is it 16 17 of them look like a wish list? Ah Progressive Wish list, something that That doesn't sound very much like the President Rhee outreach for Unity if, in other words they're saying if he really wants to work with us, why is he putting such a agenda out there that we can't go along with? Well, I think the question there. Judy is what exactly are they opposed to do They not think there's a climate crisis, or do they not think the critics I should say Not all Republicans far from it? Do they not think that Americans should wear masks? I mean, you look at the polling, and that's not what it says. So you know, I think the president's outreach and success and engaging with members of the Republican Party is going to be judged by his words and by his actions. On that is going to be whether he can work with them. Listen to them here from them, take feedback from them on legislation and find a path forward. But the executive actions that he proposed were what he felt are essential actions to take immediately to bring relief to the American people and overturned some of the most detrimental steps of the prior administration. But he's pretty confident they're still a path forward with Republicans. One other thing, Jen Psaki, and that is the Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell is saying today light today. That he believes the impeachment trial for former President Trump should be delayed until the middle of February to give President Trump time to pull his defenses together is president Biden prepared to see that wait. Well, Judy. The president's focuses primarily on the covert relief package that he announced just a week ago. And that's what he's having conversations with members of both parties about. We're going to leave the mechanics and.

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