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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

The Best of Ben Shapiro

01:02 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

"Welcome back. This is the men Shapiro show When I talk about members of the media, just sycophantic Lee drooling over Democrats. I'm not accepting here all of the comedian. So the comic community decided in 2000 and Barack Obama was just too wonderful that we make jokes about. You just could not make jokes about him. He was too incredible. What's wrong suggested that he was like your father. I mean, not so much like my dad, but but, like, you know, the nation's dad is what he said. So now the comedians. They're going back to a time when they couldn't tell jokes. Then Donald Trump was elected and they could make jokes about him. But mostly the jokes were about how much they hate him. And and they weren't really jokes so much as political screeds about how much they hate him. So comedy died with Barack Obama demonstrating that once again Stephen Colbert head on Barack Obama and proceeded to basically Offer to throw out the welcome mat for me. It was pretty wild stuff here. It was Stephen Colbert with Obama. We just just take a moment and I want to talk. I just want to take a moment to drink you in for just a moment because I'm having to get used to looking at a president. Again. You know, I've gotten out of gotten out of the habit. You got it. I got a warm up for Joe Biden. I wanna pull anything when I see him. Take the oath of office. You gotta ease me into this a little bit. Well, The good news is that Stephen Colbert as member of our respected comedic community, we can expect this sort of Separate, thick and sycophantic treatment of Joe Biden as well. He will be deemed the new hero of the Republic, a unifying force in American public life. Meanwhile, the unity train, we'll just move on. James Carville suggested that the Joe Biden Administration will investigate Donald Trump, which would be just great. I mean that this will be fun when you just have every Every single new administration should investigate prior administrations, and that's what creates comedy immunity. Here is James Carville. The moment. Um, that is out there with these investigations. Now, I don't think they can stop. The president like Biden is his indicated some reluctance. About this, but he said he'd give the Justice Department attorney general is has been done product of this administration. Pretty feet hand, though. I don't know politically the outcome of this, but I think this train is leaving the station. And I think that these investigations are vigorous and serious. And I think that Trump knows that. I don't think it can be stopped. Brian, I really don't know good. So let's have more of this. So they went after Donald Trump in the early days of his administration before he actually took over the intelligence community in the DOJ Looking into things you had the FBI They were targeting Trump and after he leaves, they can continue targeting trump, which is really exciting stuff. In fact, one of the Mueller investigators was back on the TVs, suggesting that actually Trump should be investigated further. Apparently, according to this former Mueller investigation prosecutor They came up with nothing again. They have nothing prosecutable Andrew Weissmann. You wrote an article for The New York Times in which he suggested That Trump should be prosecuted. You should be prosecuted for potential federal crimes that I did not come to this position lightly. Indeed, we have witnessed two U. S presidential elections in which large crowds have found it acceptable to chant with fervent zeal, but the nominee of the opposing party should be jailed. We would not want to turn into an autocratic state or law enforcement Authorities are political weapons of the raiding party. But that is not sufficient reason to what trump off the hook. Okay, so good times. Unity will be achieved on Lee in vengeful political prosecutions. Excellent. Excellent news, by the way. It's for consistency sake go back. I wasn't in favor of prosecuting Hillary Clinton and Trump took over. By the way. Neither was Trump's own DOJ. Another Jeff Sessions nor William Barr. Already so coming up we're gonna have on Dr Contact made. We'll talk about what you should do, considering all of the public health advisories that are out there right now. And then a little bit later on, we'll talk about the Georgia Senate races because we are drawing near to those Georgia Senate races of Democrats were to take over the Senate would spell disaster will.

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Trump campaign loses appeal in Pennsylvania

KOGO Weekend News Edition

03:49 min | 3 hrs ago

Trump campaign loses appeal in Pennsylvania

"Appeals court on Friday denied the Trump campaign's effort to revive the federal lawsuit challenging the election results in Pennsylvania ruling the claims have no merit. The judges also rejecting the president's motion to one do Pennsylvania's certification of oats. The state on Tuesday certified its general election results in Pennsylvania, formally awarding President elect Joe Biden 20 electoral votes. There are those now who think that this rejection, But the federal appeals court will help the Trump campaign effort to get a case before the U. S. Supreme Court for it to decide the Supreme Court the night before Thanksgiving handed down a favorable ruling for many of the supporters of the president when they said the governor of New York's covert restrictions on some Catholic churches and synagogues Should be tossed out. So what does it mean for the future of the fight by the President's campaign, Mark Larsen from AM 7 60 talked to CBS News correspondent in Washington. Major Garrett about these cases, the third circuit in the most recent decision that came down today out of Pennsylvania case set. You need facts and law to be in dispute and we have neither. There's no evidence. There are no facts there. No presentations. There are just accusations and happily because court should not jump in when there are no facts and no relevant allegations and no dispute. About the underlying walk, no courts to jump in and do that They're not and they're not going to and nothing is going to get the Supreme Court that's reversible. And everyone says Oh, my gosh. Supreme Court said that Religious organizations are protected from certain covert restrictions. Of course they are in the First Amendment. There's a higher standard that's been part of U S law. The very beginning it's in the bill of rights. It's the First Amendment. Yes, there has to be a higher standard and a higher standard has been in law for a long time. It's not a departure. It's a verification, so they're separate things. Oh my gosh. The Supreme Court protected religious organizations and how they observed from covert restrictions. Yes, yes, There's a higher standard, right. Let's talk about that for a second. That was a big deal. Amy Cockney Barrett's first big swing vote opportunity there, and this puts limits on New York on Cuomo. When it came to, he was imposing attendance limits, like kind of like we have here in many cases with his own version of the color codes. 10 people in red Zones 25. People in orange zones seem to be disproportionately getting to the Catholics and the Orthodox Jewish congregations and so forth. So so this is a is a big deal. That sort of happened just over the holiday here in the court. Said. What the court has always said, which is Because it's in the First Amendment because it's in the bill of rights because it's in the Constitution. There's a higher standard that must be met. If you're going to restrict this activity. You better have a compelling state reason to do that. Mm. And if people have the volition to decide which they do, And you have to let them operate within the freedoms outlined in the Constitution that to meet is that doesn't strike me is radical and it doesn't strike me as something is his dangerous now did the chief justice when it was an eight member Supreme Court before him. He called me Barrett was nominated confirmed. Keep it for four. Yes, he did. So the chief justice comes down differently. But this didn't seem to me to be a radical departure that would should make us all breathless are nervous about what the court's going to do. And for the same reason, if any of these cases which I don't ever imagine they will get Supreme Court get there. The Supreme Court's not going to say you know what What doesn't matter, and we're going to keep President Trump in office, and it's not going to do that's not gonna happen. There's nothing that is meticulously legitimate about the assertions made so far and they've had plenty of time to find something and they found nothing. And that's the way it is. Major

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:53 min | 15 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

"So get tomorrow's news today, guaranteed 100% correct as we laugh our way through the fall of the Republic on the Andrew Klavan shop. Okay, so Is interesting Michelsen, or it's Andrea Mitchell and re. Mitchell says that Joe Biden is not gonna be political. He's not a political person. Joe Biden made sure he was like, you know, a senator since she was 29 sure, he went after Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas. And he said that Obama care was a big effing deal. And he and he suggested Mitt Romney is gonna put black people like it. But he's not a political figure. Joe Biden. Andrea Mitchell is a journalist, and she is here to inform you of this. They are now being told that it is not going to be political and Joe Biden saying these your people. This is a team was going to tell me. This team would tell me what I need to know what not what I want to know. That is a big change. Wow. What a change What? It's gonna be incredible. This is not political. Then there's Martha ran in, she says. His foreign policy team isn't isn't POLITICAL. I mean, John Kerry's a little political, but no one else is. I mean, Jake Sullivan, the ESA, who cut videos about how evil Donald Trump is and how the Iranians in the United States are now on the same moral plane. He's not political in any way. Tony Blinken, who has been in politics his entire career on the left. He's not political. And anyway, here's Martha Raddatz, who has moderated presidential debates. First of all quick note to the Republican National Committee. You should never again allow a debate moderated by a Democrat in disguise. If the Democrats wanted to pick a member of their bench and have the moderate the debate fine, But they should be openly Democratic. It should not be quote unquote objective journalist. You should not allow the Democrats to continue to get away with this scam. Last thing you need is the Democratic filter of the Martha Raddatz is in the candy Crowley's and the Andrea Mitchell's trying to shade the debate by asking particular types of questions every so often you got a decent debate. Moderator, right? The last debate was actually fairly well moderate. But most of the time not so much anyway. Here's Martha Raddatz saying the same thing. This is about the least flashy team you could possibly get. They are deeply experienced. They are humble and they are life long public servants When I look at that group up there and let's put John Kerry aside because as we know he was the Democratic nominee for president once, but they are not political. They are just career. People and as they say, they really do reflect America. And here is the best thing that all of this If you're a member of the mainstream media, not only are your opinions actual facts, but you have the ability to make social media cut off all other sources of information. So now we're finding out that Facebook post election has shut down the dissemination of information from sites that are not approved by their woke staffers. They have a system that, according to The New York Times again, Kevin Roose reporting Kevin raises a tech activists. He's not a journalist. His entire job is to make sure that social media is replete with New York Times stories and that everybody else has their reach. Quashed. It is what he does every day every day, he tweets out. These statistics showing the Dan Bongino has been reached today. Ben Shapiro has been reached today. Goal, of course, is to get Facebook to be very upset that we have big reach that day and then to get Facebook to quash the dissemination of the information. So apparently worked. Shocker shocker. The work staffers and Facebook agree with Kevin roots of The New York Times who could have got to believe such a thing? Remember how this worked? Okay. The reason Facebook became a useful site for information is because everybody on the right said the establishment media sucks. We want something else. And so they went to Facebook looking for that other thing Now the establishment media followed them there, and they said the Facebook You know what we need you to stop those people from looking at other information, instead, boost our information. Facebook was like, absolutely we're going to do that, and they did. Apparently, the employees proposed an emergency change to the news sites. News feed algorithm, which helps determine what more than two billion people see everyday it empty. It involved emphasizing the importance what Facebook calls quote news ecosystem quality scores were any Q A secret internal ranking. It assigns two news publishers based on signals about the quality of their journalism. Typically, any Q scores play a minor role in determining what appears on user feeds. But several days after the election, Zuckerberg agreed to increase the weight Facebook's algorithm gave to any Hugh scores to make sure authoritative news appeared more prominently. What? What is authoritative news? You ask? Oh, shocker. It is all the objective news outlets that the left gloves. In just a second will be getting two more of this because the censorship is not just with regard to the New York Times and Social Media. We get two more of this in just one second first, if you thought the lead up to 2016 was nuts, you ain't seen nothing. Yet. The best.

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Wilton Gregory becomes the first Black American cardinal

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Wilton Gregory becomes the first Black American cardinal

"D. C. Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory being elevated to Cardinal today, the first black American cardinal Cardinals, the highest ranking officials of the church after the pope If you've heard of Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, D. C. It might have been this summer as black lives matter. Protestors marched through the capital and were violently forced away. So President Trump Bible in hand, could pose in front of ST John's Episcopal Church the next day when the president visited the Saint John Paul, the second national shrine. Gregory called it baffling and reprehensible. He hopes his relationship with President elect Joe Biden will be different to report from Chris lives say at the Vatican.

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:07 min | 17 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The economy with the issues most people said mattered to them when they cast their ballots on November 3rd. This week, the federal government's General Services Administration announced that it would acknowledge the outcome of the election and let President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris begin the transition of power. ABC is Karen Travers covers the White House for ABC News. She talked with Sherry Preston. What's your overall thoughts on where we've come this past year in in politics care act, you know, Sherry. It's like you blink and you kind of forget everything that has happened before October 1st. Let's use that as our marker because that was when the president announced that he and the first lady had tested positive for covert and I feel like everything since then, has just been on this. Hyper speed that you know, trying to put together a year in review pieces, trying to talk and reflect with colleagues and friends and family about what this year has been, and it's almost impossible to make this list. But it is incredible to think that we started this year in the throes of impeachment feels like four years ago on and it was such a big story, and it was these story for so many weeks. And how quickly we moved on from that. You remember, the president gave his state of the Union address in early February as all this was still happening, and at the time the Democrats were in their very intense primary, Bernie Sanders was surging. He saw him winning some states. Joe Biden was Trailing and kind of fading at that point and, wow how things turned around so differently in just two months, of course, with Cove in the Democratic primary settling and there was a sense of Panic and unease at the White House of what this crisis was going to mean for the president for his re election and for the nation. And when you look at what most people were talking about, and what mattered to them, mostly what wasn't even the impeachment wasn't even mentioned. I mean, you know it was the economy. It was it was cold, but it was social justice, all the things that we all have been talking about for this past year and played such a crucial role. In the election itself, going forward if you were to, you know, put your cap on and say OK, a year from now, you know, I know it's hard to do but any thoughts on that, you know, I think the first year of a Joe Biden presidency is going to be dominated by his team tackling so many challenges and and big crisis that they have to jump in on day one. And it's very similar, you know, similar and not similar. Let's say apples and oranges. A little bit of I covered the transition from the Bush administration to the Obama administration. And if you think back on what was happening in 2000 and eight with the financial crisis, the incoming Obama team knew how critical it was to be on top of things quickly and that, you know, he promised a lot of things on the campaign trail, but they couldn't get to any of that until they tackled what was immediate in front of them with the economic crisis. I think there are some similarities and parallels with Joe Biden coming in. And perhaps that's good that he was around for that in 2008 in 2009 to see how the administration tackled those things first and foremost because they're coming in with the pandemic raging, you know, certainly by all the public health officials accounts that the numbers over the next few weeks with the holiday season on Imagine taking office on January 20th with that happening, you can have a big agenda of what you want to do and how you want to work with Congress. But they've got to focus on the pandemic, getting that under control, making sure the vaccine is being produced at a large scale and the distribution of the vaccine Sherry. I think that's going to be the story that we're covering for months next year. How they roll that out How effective they are, how people get it. Do people get it there? There's still questions and skepticism. About even getting the vaccine that is going to be the big focus for Joe Biden and his team and Jerry, you can have big legislative agenda, but depending on how things go in those Georgia Senate runoff races He may not even be able to get to that agenda. The Republicans control the Senate with a very slim majority. Democrats, of course, control the House. That's going to change all the calculations for Biden and his team, So they acknowledge that you talked to officials now and they say we kind of don't know the world. We're going to be stepping into in some aspect on January. 20th sources have told Jon Karl that the president has no intention of stepping away from politics. In fact, he fully intends to run. President again, while that mean for all of us over the next four years, I mean, especially for the for the Republican Party to when there's a lot of people who were waiting kind of going OK, Trump's gone Now we move on, but not really right and and it means and this is going to be like covering No other former president. How much were we talking about George W. Bush in 2009 through 2012. We weren't because he wasn't tweeting. He wasn't doing events. He went to Texas and laid low. President Obama for the most part, until recently it on the sidelines. He did not get involved in politics. He didn't respond when President Trump was tweeting about him, criticizing him. He was writing his book for several years and only recently came off the sidelines to campaign for his former VP Joe Biden. This is gonna be a whole new model that we're not used to dealing with. President Trump is not going away quietly. You're listening to come on news. 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Biden gains votes in Milwaukee, Trump campaign loses appeal in Pennsylvania

Weekend News

00:15 sec | 5 hrs ago

Biden gains votes in Milwaukee, Trump campaign loses appeal in Pennsylvania

"Elect Joe Biden ended up gaining votes after the Trump campaign paid for a recount in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. This after a different set back of federal appeals court in Philadelphia rejected the Trump campaign's effort to overturn the results in that state

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

The Best of Ben Shapiro

01:22 min | 20 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

"That reflects the best of our nation. And that's what we have done. Today's nominees and appointees come from different places. They bring a range of different life and professional experiences and perspectives. And they also share something else in common and unwavering belief in America's ideals and unshakable commitment. Democracy, human rights and the rule of law. Nothing says democracy, human rights in the rule of wall like that on a shipping pallet of cash to the Iranians. Absolutely, By the way, they're all unified on that. I love her. She's like, you know, we have a great diversity of opinion ranging from agreeing with Joe Biden to also agreeing with Joe Biden on everything. Which is fine. That's your Cabinet. Could we stop pretending that you have like a team of rivals here or something? Give me a damned break. Everybody on that stage has been working with Joe Biden. Four years. They're all part of the establishment blob. We all know this. I love how biodiversity she means that this guy went to Harvard, and this guy went to Yale. And also all of them agree with Joe Biden. But some of them have different races than other people. Wow. Huge. Huge news. Kamila Harris you by the way, I've nothing against Harvard or Yale. I'm a graduate of Harvard law, but she's not pretending the Aleka, a blue collar truck driver up there with a Rhodes scholar. That's not that's not what that is OK. But the media declared There's my favorite parts in the media. They have declared that the Biden cabinet is unbelievable. They're so great despite in Cabinet there the greatest cabinet you've ever seen. I mean, this is the greatest cabinet you've seen since the talking one of beauty in the beast. Just there. Unbelievable. This cabinet This cabinet is filled with superheroes like when I think superhero. The first person I think is Anthony Blinken. I think you know a guy who plays guitar in European in European hotel rooms. That's a huge huge news image. Alison Door. It. Alleged reporter s as you report for PBS. She's the White House correspondent for PBS, and she appears on MSNBC and NBC. And when Donald Trump attacked her as a non credible journalist, everybody in the media rushed her defense. She's such a good journalist here. She was journalism and all over the place while declaring that Joe Biden's Cabinet was filled with, like Iron Man and also Thor. Maybe even black widow here she was explaining that it was like the Avengers. Really? It's like the Avengers, guys. The Avengers of career Useless bureaucrats have failed upward. It's like if the Avengers were actually just a bunch of the people who were like low level workers and stark industry who are able to build something that Tony Stark himself was able to build in, like five seconds inside a cave in the middle of Afghanistan Anyway, Here's your mission, Alison's or likening again. Journalism journalism guys. I can't believe you don't respect Or maybe you'll respect the journalistic industry. How dare you? Because you're a victim of disinformation. I mean, you Michelsen door is a very credible and she tells me that the Joe Biden cabinet is like the Avengers. There she is. I was talking to a Democrat who just said this also felt like the Avengers. If that, like we're being rescued from this craziness that we've all lived through from the last four years, And now here are the superheroes Come and save us all. Wow. I mean within that, with information with journalism like that, who needs alternative sources of information? We all agree. I mean, Nicole Wallace is sitting there nodding. It's great. It's just great. As you'll see, this is the unified opinion of your objective journalistic media. They're so good that journalism they have come up with the objective opinion. It's not. It's not actually opinion. Just the objective fact. This cabinet is a political There is no politics in the Joe Biden cabinet. I mean, except for all the politics, but it stop that stop that He is wisdom and truth and make sure he can't make it through sentence. Sure, he's a corrupt old politician who's been enriching his family. Cash. Sure he has made his nerd you well, son, drug addicts on rich. Sure, Russia I mean all of us. Good, caring father, which is fine. I mean, he apparently is. That's great. But because he is not. He is pure as the driven snow. How dare you imply in any way that Joe Biden has overlooked corrupt? Okay, it's all it's all nonsense. They've blown out their credibility. We all get it. But Good news for you is that you're never gonna be able to access alternative source of information. We'll get to that in just one second first. So, folks, if you really enjoy the Ben Shapiro show, we have a bunch of other shows over at daily wire, and they are all worth listening to let Andrew Craven tell you about his show..

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How Iranian scientist’s killing could derail future US-Iran talks

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:01 min | 6 hrs ago

How Iranian scientist’s killing could derail future US-Iran talks

"Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is calling for definitive punishment for those behind the assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. Iranian president is blaming Israel doctor Most In fact, Rosati, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons, was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President. Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge Fuck. Rosati is death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office, former State Department official Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter. That quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to impede diplomacy. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:30 sec | 30 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

"This is the CBS News weekend round up from the LEGALZOOM Studios in Washington. LEGALZOOM where life meets legal coming up President Elect's Joe Biden's transition formerly moving forward. America is back Thanksgiving travel amid Potvin 19. We're seeing a lot more people at airports than we had been seeing. The urgent need for foster parents What I said child and the family of four success. I'm Allison Keyes and the CBS News Washington Bureau. The Trump Administration this week finally gave the green light for the formal transfer of power to President elect Joe Biden to begin and CBS News has learned that Mr Trump signed off on giving Mr Biden the president's daily, brief. That's the collection of classified intelligence reports prepared for the president. President elect Biden introduced part of his team and what many see it's a sign he will steer away from President Trump's America. First nationalism. I'm pleased to announce nominations and staff.

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Trump loses appeal of Pennsylvania election case

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Trump loses appeal of Pennsylvania election case

"Friday denied the Trump campaign's effort to revive the federal lawsuit challenging the election results in Pennsylvania ruling the claims have no merit. The judges also rejecting the president's motion to one do Pennsylvania's certification of oats. The state on Tuesday certified its general election results in Pennsylvania, formally awarding President elect Joe Biden 20 electoral votes. There are those now who think that this rejection, But the federal appeals court will help the Trump campaign effort to get a case before the U. S. Supreme Court for it to decide the Supreme Court

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Iran's supreme leader vows revenge for scientist's killing

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:56 sec | 10 hrs ago

Iran's supreme leader vows revenge for scientist's killing

"Iran is vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist, NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reports of President Hassan Rouhani is now among those accusing Israel of being behind the attack the most and fuckers Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons. Was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge Fuck. Rosati is death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office, former State Department official Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter. That quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to impede diplomacy Peter Kenyon, NPR news

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Iran vows revenge for scientist's killing

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:54 sec | 10 hrs ago

Iran vows revenge for scientist's killing

"Snyder. Iran is vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist, NPR's Peter Kenyon, reports of President Hassan Rouhani. It's now among those accusing Israel of being behind the attack. Dr Mostyn fuckers. Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons, was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President. Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge chakras Rd's death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Former State Department official, Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter that quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to

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Trump and Biden both urge Congress to pass another COVID stimulus bill

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:25 sec | 10 hrs ago

Trump and Biden both urge Congress to pass another COVID stimulus bill

"President Trump and President elect Joe Biden are urging Congress to pass another coronavirus stimulus feel. The president is calling for relief of the restaurant industry, which he describes as decimated. Germany is urging restraint on all sides after the assassination of a nuclear scientist in Iran. Iran, which is vowing revenge, believes Israel was behind the attack. America's listening to Fox News

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Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

KQED Newsroom

02:05 min | 11 hrs ago

Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

"Reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital of Tigre province, Me Kaylee, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government army. A V. Bamford has the latest details. Aid workers into gray have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Rbf Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state. Iran's leaders have promised to retaliate following the assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists, which they believe was carried out by Israel. The Supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, called for the punishment of those responsible for the killing on Friday. President Hassan Rouhani also said that vengeance would come, but only when Iran decided that the time was right. CR Bashar Dylan is from BBC Persian Already the hard liners inside Iran are taking this as a sign of weakness and even blaming The government of Rouhani himself for showing weakness and emboldening the will they believe to be the Israelis and carrying out these attacks, which is not the first one of its kind. Despite the Oh the bombastic language from hard liners inside the country's screaming for revenge. What they are doing is really waiting it out till a Joe Biden administration comes in in 50 days. Germany has those all sides to show restraint following the assassination of the Iranian scientists. A German former foreign ministry spokesman talked to the need to avoid an escalation of tensions. He said it was important to preserve the scope for nuclear negotiations.

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"Frankenstein’s Monster": Judge Slams Trump Team's Efforts to Overturn Election Results

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 11 hrs ago

"Frankenstein’s Monster": Judge Slams Trump Team's Efforts to Overturn Election Results

"Federal appellate court has rejected an appeal by President Trump's campaign to toss ballots. In Pennsylvania over claims of election fraud, Ky. Debbie's Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has more. The panel of three judges, all appointed by Republican presidents sided with with the the lower lower federal federal court, court, which which called called the the Trump Trump campaign's campaign's complaint complaint of of Frankenstein Frankenstein monster monster haphazardly haphazardly stitched stitched together. together. In In their their opinion. opinion. The The appellate appellate court court judges, judges, right right quote quote free free fair elections are the life blood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious, but calling an election unfair does not make it so charges require specific allegation. Ends and then proof we have neither here. Pennsylvania certified the election earlier this week for President elect Joe Biden. The Trump campaign could file an appeal to the Supreme Court.

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Iran's top nuclear scientist killed

Science Friday

00:53 sec | 14 hrs ago

Iran's top nuclear scientist killed

"Vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist. President Hassan Rouhani is accusing Israel of being behind the attack. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports doctor Mostyn fuckers. Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons, was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President. Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge Fuck. Rosati is death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Former State Department official, Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter that quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to impede diplomacy. Peter

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Killing of Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:27 min | 15 hrs ago

Killing of Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US.

"An iranian scientists long suspected by the west of masterminding a secret. Nuclear bomb program was killed in an ambush near tehran. On friday. that could provoke confrontation between iran. And its foes in the last weeks of donald trump's presidency. The death of mossend fakher does who iranian media said died in hospital. After the sassoon's gunned him down in his car will also complicate any effort by. Us president elect joe biden to revive the agreements of barack obama's presidency. Iran pointed the finger at israel while implying the killing had the blessing of the departing trump. Foreign minister javad zarif wrote on twitter of serious indications of an israeli role the military advisor to supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei bounce to strike his thunder at the killers of the suppressed martyr in the last days of the political life. There are trump zionists seek to intensify pressure on iran and create a full blown war hussein dagan tweeted channels of the telegram encrypted messaging app believed to be close to iran's elite revolutionary. God's reported that the top security body. The supreme national security council convened an emergency meeting with senior military commanders present. Israel declined to comment the white house. Pentagon us state department and cia also declined to comment for christmas. Day had been described by western and israeli intelligence services for years as the mysterious leader of a covert atomic bomb program halted in two thousand three which israel in the united states accused tehran of trying to restore trump who lost his reelection bid to biden on november third and leaves office on january twentieth pulled. The united states from a deal reached under obama. He's predescessor that lifted the sanctions on iran in return for curbs on its nuclear program. Biden has said he will aim to restore that agreement will though many analysts say this will be a challenging goal. Robert malley who served as iran advisor to obama and has informally advised. Biden's team said fuck chris. Days killing was among a series of moves that have occurred during trump's final weeks that appear aimed at making it harder for biden to re engage with iran.

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Appeals court rejects Trump challenge of Pennsylvania race

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 18 hrs ago

Appeals court rejects Trump challenge of Pennsylvania race

"President trump's election campaign suffered two setbacks Friday in the effort to challenge Joe Biden's victory at the polls in Milwaukee county Wisconsin a recount requested by the trump campaign gave another one hundred thirty two votes to Joe Biden Joseph R. Biden Pamela D. here is received three hundred and seventeen thousand five twenty seven his campaign attorney is Christopher Mueller the board cancers found no instances of fraud by any voter or by any election official trump paid to have the recounts in Milwaukee and Dane counties which is still counting in Philadelphia a federal appeals court rejected a trump challenge to the election results based on unsubstantiated claims or fraud one of the judges a trump appointee wrote that calling an election unfair does not make it so the president can appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump loses appeal of Pennsylvania election case

Night News

00:51 sec | 19 hrs ago

Trump loses appeal of Pennsylvania election case

"End for President Trump as he continues to challenge election results, naming Joe Biden as president elect a federal appeals court in Pennsylvania completely dismissing Trump's claims of election tampering. CBS has been Tracy with the details. The president's campaign was hit with another stinging legal defeat in one of its last attempt to overturn Biden's win in Pennsylvania. In a scathing ruling, a Trump appointed federal judge says calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then proof we have neither hear that campaign plans to appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court, even as the Trump administration's transition to President elect Biden is well underway. Earlier this week, President Trump said quote this election has to be turned around and again falsely claimed that he won in Pennsylvania.

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Biden adds to vote margin over Trump after Milwaukee County recount

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:39 sec | 21 hrs ago

Biden adds to vote margin over Trump after Milwaukee County recount

"Three million bucks for two recounts in Wisconsin. Once finished, Milwaukee County, Joe Biden still wins but even larger margin than before Milwaukee County Election Commissioner Rick Potts, a Republican, but is this body has conducted itself in a manner that is exemplary. We were not the rest of the country. We did not have yelling, screaming, shouting. We had counsel that could make an articulate argument. We've done the best we can do. Given the circumstances that were under federal judge in Pennsylvania Trump appointee throwing out the Trump team's appeal, attempting to overturn the election. Writing voters, not lawyers choose the president and calling an election unfair does not make it so. Actually even get togethers

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Appeals court rejects Trump challenge of Pennsylvania race

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 22 hrs ago

Appeals court rejects Trump challenge of Pennsylvania race

"Campaign has suffered another legal blow in its attempts to overturn the election results as NPR's Windsor Johnston tells us a federal appeals court in Pennsylvania today tossed out a lawsuit. It was seeking to undo the state certification of President elect Joe Biden's victory. The judge in the case said the lawsuit lacked merit and failed to provide evidence to support its allegations of voter fraud in a tweet. The Trump campaign said it plans to appeal the Pennsylvania case to the U. S Supreme Court. But it's unclear whether the justices would agreed to hear arguments in a case that has been rejected for lack of evidence. Trump would still lose the election. Even with Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes,

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Trump "can't say" if he'll concede to Joe Biden

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 22 hrs ago

Trump "can't say" if he'll concede to Joe Biden

"For the first time in weeks, President Trump answered questions about the election, his ongoing efforts to overturn it and some what ifs like would he concede to Joe Biden if the electoral college vote goes for Mr Biden? No, I can't say that it all I think it's Zapata's ability. He also told questioners he certainly would leave the White House if Mr Biden is declared president by the electors, But Mr Trump also continued claims of massive fraud of which there has been Unproven in court.

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Biden Expected To Name More Cabinet Members As Transition Of Power Goes On

Morning Edition

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Biden Expected To Name More Cabinet Members As Transition Of Power Goes On

"For the White House. The president elect is preparing to announce more key staff positions after the holiday weekend. His transition aides now have clearance to work with members of the outgoing administration. Donald Trump, the departing president, still claims he won the election. But during this week, his actions and even some of his words Have been more in line with the reality that he lost. And we have NPR political correspondent Asthma college with us this morning. Hi, Asma. Hi there. Okay. So Biden has already unveiled its foreign policy. National security teams. What is he turning to this week? Well. The big news of this week was that the General Services Administration told Joe Biden's team that that it could officially begin the transition process. So what this means is that he will likely begin to have his first in person National Security briefings next week. Hey, will likely begin receiving the president's daily brief on Monday. And, you know, typically, the incoming president would receive classified intelligence briefings. Just so that they have a sense of you know what they're stepping into into the White House. But by didn't had not been receiving these classified briefings because of the delays in the transition process, you know, in terms of other key appointments we already know thanks to my colleague, Frank or Dona is is reporting that Biden is planning to nominate Janet Yellen as his Treasury secretary. She, of course, has plenty of experience navigating tough economic environment. We'll get a fuller picture of the other people on Biden's economic team, and I'm really interested to see this in part, David because it's coming at a critical moment when millions of people are set to lose unemployment benefits at the end of the year, and there's this ongoing debate about additional covert relief. Yeah, a lot of important debate over that issue,

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Will you know what he was adamant. It was that at certain point along the way. If he was gonna try to be the nominee of this party he couldn't be serving the wreckage of all of these wounded opponents. He needed a party. That was capable of pulling itself together and summoning some kind of unified strength. And i think there is some truth to that that the moments when he was able to He didn't he didn't extend the shift quite as vigorously as he might of now. I think there's also a piece of this. it was. It happened to be his this point in his life where he's not gonna do that but it turned out to be to use kind of more technocratic structural explanations turned out to be strategically astute to have done it that way i will also you know. I'm that kind of the point that you made about kind of where our heart lies with these guys. It's funny to me too. I'm sort of fascinated by joe biden. Any one of the reasons why. I've been gravitating over the years to him as a character as a person to write about is precisely because he's so different than me. I mean i am like fairly intro- introverted. I don't you know why generally spend my life sitting at a keyboard. I get to the end of the day of talking to people and i'm like totally exhausted and he is completely the opposite and i find that as somebody as a student of politics i find that really interesting why it is that you can have somebody like that. That is able to be functional in that way. And i've always just been purely interested in it from persona perspective. Come back after a short break in today's business.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

04:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Obama tried to logic his way through politics too much. There's something about in feels about other people to he doesn't like advisers who he thinks they. Just approach everything cerebral. He wants to feel like they're they have some guttural sense of people and politics and that like biden. There is a process of politics. Biden thinks you have to go through of relationship building of trust building of negotiating that has to happen irrespective of whether or not of where you end up like. Even if you know where you should end up you still have to go through the process and that like biden delights in the process and why obama simply doesn't and that i think is actually like it is a part of how he thinks it'd be a different president than obama and also part of how he might actually be a different president from obama. I'm curious how you you handicap that it's you know what i think is fascinating in is the both obama and biden. Somebody said to me at one point the reason why the relationship work is the both of them thought that he was the to the other and the flip side of that of course is what you were getting at. Which is that each one could also be a little bit patronizing about the other and in a way that complimented them now. I think the reason why this then becomes really important in terms of of biden's conception of of the deal and i you know i one of the things i draw attention to in the book is if you do a textual analysis of my interviews with them over the years that phrase in the deal comes up over and over and over again. It's sort of been poisoned. Unfortunately by bob. Donald trump's use of the word deal but for biden. It is deeply felt. And i think what you what you begin to see that it paid off for him in some very specific concrete ways in this campaign the big question. A lot of people of course had was like how did this guy go from being more or less dismissed by the political process and to some degree by the public in the beginning of the campaign to then all of a sudden consolidating as fast as he did and the reason he did at is as you mentioned briefly about by about bernie sanders saying look. Joe biden has had a better relationship with me. I had with hillary clinton he actually listens to what i'm talking about. An i heard versions of that from people all across the the party spectrum even people progressive activists who said look joined the task forces kind of with low expectations but to be perfectly honest. I was kinda shocked at the degree to which they were willing to listen to me. That doesn't mean that he then embraces their ideas whole hog. But i think we sometimes under appreciate the body language of politics and the body language of politics can partly include the idea that somebody does not think that you are an idiot and that is part of like joe. Biden's core philosophy is. I will never come into a room and treat you like an idiot. I think it's then plays out in a really important way in the democratic primary. So i when. I hear all this like i completely. Discount these arguments from joe biden. I am much more on the bob like cooley. Technocratic side of way. I tend to operate in politics which is great. Because i don't run for things. And i just write articles and do podcast. That's fine but.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

05:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"He's getting older all the republican suggesting. He's getting senile. But it's really not a rhetorically deft campaign that is definitely not what is happening in in twenty twenty and i think oh eight is like there's a real sense of arrogance about what joe biden represents like he knows best like he represents like the the the voice of the democratic party of it's like working class roots you know he's more experienced nobody else on the stage. I'll do a better job again. Twenty twenty. what's notables like how open he is to the other players on the stage the relationship before ges with bernie sanders. How much he gives the left a voice in his campaign once he wins the primary through the the biden bernie taskforce's like there's a real thing that happens in between here where this idea like. Joe biden as america's empathic. Kindly uncle is absolutely to how i would have described. Joe biden no eight where. He was like america's arrogant foreign policy. Hand whose idea was he could be as condescending republicans on these issues as they were to democrats before like i just. I feel like. I've never been able to fully communicate how how different this is but it is really different. Yeah you know what's funny. Is i totally agree. There is a really fascinating little moments. That begin to evoke this. For instance i was interviewing jill biden and she was talking about the decision when her husband was trying to side whether to become the vp and he had been invited by candidate obama to be the vice president. And joe biden's first reaction was was like i don't want that job that's a no-name job. He actually asked people stabbed. He said can any of you. Name abraham lincoln's vice president. So it was this kind of slightly ridiculously. Grandiose self conception the good for the vice presidency and joe biden's response to him was hold on a second believe that the iraq war is a disaster. It should be addressed. You believe in making progress on race in america. These are the things they brought you into politics. you're having given the opportunity to be the vice president of the first african-american president american history. And you're gonna say no. And he did say no to the first invitation and he said yeah. But how. Am i going to work for somebody. I've been my own boss for forty years and her answer was grow up and i think there's something fascinating i say this you know. Look anybody who's got a spouse will probably recognize this story. There is a way in which one spouse can say to. You like that even if you are yells at that point. He's a whatever he has. Twenty five term senator In in the thick of his life. And that's part of this process of him than going into the administration. And frankly growing up. And i think part of that was coming to terms with the ways in which he still had a lot to learn a lot of things to change not just in terms of tactics and practice but really beginning to understand what it meant to be. Not just a senator but actually the key person the person at the very top who is the object of people's moral attention you know who they looked to to be a representative of our values and one hopes at least pointing us in a direction not just part of the chorus so one of my rules and pull the presidential journalism is that candidate. Books are way richer than they're given credit for these weirdly. They we condescend towards these books so much but actually find. They're almost always super luminated about who who people want to be in the role that how they want to be seen. So i'd read earlier in the cycle. Biden's oh a book which is interesting a good book about biden and then i just recently a little bit to my regret read Promise me dad..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

05:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"That's what you need and he's gonna try to work around it. But that's i think distinctive about him that he doesn't he doesn't think in a deal that he's gonna turn you or be you. He just thinks he's gonna find some way to make what he's doing work for you given what you already believe you need. I think that's that's correct. I totally agree with that. And look and i think that exposes him to the rest which Which many of us know which is that that can sometimes allow him to accept terms. That are less ambitious than what somebody who is more adamant about their ability to persuade would go for and part of that is the senatorial mindset. Which is his belief is. I might not get one hundred percent of the way there on day one. I might get signed. Might get a. I might get three quarters of the way there and then tomorrow we're gonna come back. We're going to talk about something else. Your romeo bone and on and on it goes and i can. I can sort of imagine listeners. Hearing that and being like that's exactly the problem of of how we got into this mess. Is this kind of constant cascade of compromises. And i think that his view would be that to have a functioning government. You're gonna have to lose some battles because you know that in the long run. You're gonna win some battles. One thing that i think has made this easier for by into do. Is that in a fashion. That makes him somewhat confusing to a lot of us. Who are not this way. He's not super ideological his over. Time are pretty mutable. Yup he doesn't seem to me to have a an ideological project in the way. A lot of people who enter politics do and that can seem hollow in certain ways but then but then later on i think could be an advantage. I mean what do you think. Biden has been eighty logically over his career. The ideology of it does not conform to what we think of as the usual locations on the spectrum the single abiding ideological fact is his belief in fairness and you can define that in a lot of different ways but it goes back to his very core of his understanding. I mean like a lot of joe biden stories. This one involves his mother or his father telling him something. But in this case it happens to come from vow and val told me that his mom is. My mom was a wonderfully ferocious and interesting character and she said to them. Listen you are no better than anybody else and you are no worse than anybody else and that can sound sort of like the usual. Old pablum accepted in their house. It was a big deal. I mean his dad was a used car salesman who once was at a at an event in which the owner of the dealership suit as a stunt through a bucket of silver dollars out on the floor and then watched all of the employees scurry around and pick them up and his dad was just kind of mortally offended by this and walked out of the thing and lost his job in the process. And there's a piece of joe biden. It's that combination of having a little bit of a chip on your shoulder and also believing that there is something philosophically offensive about lording over somebody else that runs through the entirety of his career. And i think that piece of it which turns out to have at various moments. It's it at various moments and has policy relevance like he really was actually beginning to think about the working class before everybody else was talking about it. A couple of you know we talk about that in a minute. But that's the through line that carries him to today..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

05:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"It's much more. There's much more concrete moments to hold onto the senate career so it's easy as a pundit or city will look voted for this and then you voted for that and i think becomes quite different than the obama era but i wanna go back even further. Hair joe biden. I think people know and we can talk about it. The terrible tragedy that marks the beginning of his career politics he's elected to the senate twenty nine his wife and his daughter are killed in a car. Accident and his two sons are injured. Broken bones brain damage. I mean it's a level of horror that you almost can't stay on the face. But i want actually before that because he runs for senate at twenty nine with no real political experience as far as they can hell no animating issue. I've just had this conversation. Roms from for for today. explain it. He was like why does biden run. Like what needs guy to get into politics. And as much as i've read all the biden books and talk to him. And i actually realized that i don't think anything does but but you may have a better. What is your answer to that. Why does this guy run at twenty nine. Well i think it began for him actually as a bit of a sense that he had a guest and i know we sometimes joke. This sound funny to people now but remember at at that point in his life. He was an extraordinary. He was considered an extraordinarily charismatic speaker. And somebody who really could generate a lot of attention from the press from the people he encountered he had these great events and i think that's precedes his decision to go into politics. Because i know you know. It's tempting to studios roll our eyes at stories of him stuttering because that can feel like it's being used as a political prop but it is a really big deal in terms of understanding his psychology because he went for being a person is he said to me who could not speak and was constantly an roundly humiliated for that fact to being somebody who was suddenly because he was he will themselves to be able to give these speeches by memorizing declaration of independence. All these things we've heard about that. Created a kind of preternatural confidence in his ability to will himself into different situations and that then becomes fused with this generational understanding of politics. He was running remember it nineteen seventy-two. He was an anti war candidate. He was running against world war. Two vet. joe biden was running on the side of environmentalism. He was running for these issues. That were all to a man reflective of as his advertisements put it in the newspaper. Joe biden understands. What's happening now. And i think rather than sort of having a specific philosophical motive. The way barack obama obviously was like really believed in this transcendent possibility of politics as embodied by his own story. It was more than joe biden. Saw that he had the ability to get people excited about the issues quote unquote and in that moment in that time the issues over twenty nine year old democrat..

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"joe biden" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Joe Biden is trying to do something similar and in speaking of FDR, how does Joe Biden's agenda to build back better with trillions upon trillions of spending compared to the platforms of previous presidents Democratic or Republican so it's it's just a massive agenda in terms of of dollar amounts I think his green energy. Plan alone is about twice the size of Obamacare in terms of tenure spending, which is remarkable. Obamacare was a major achievement and he's proposing several plans that dwarf it and size. I haven't done the exact math with the new deal but I suspect you would come up with something similar. The the new deal in dollar terms is is not as large as you would think, it's the regulatory structures and new agencies that they set up that that we remember it for I. Think what's different about Biden is especially in comparison to FDR. Part of by people admire FDR and we remember him. The way we do is that he tried everything that he saw this world historic crisis and said, I'm not just going to set up one government agency that hires people to do public works. I'm going to set up like five of them and have five people I trust, run them and see. Who Wins a he called it bold persistent experimentation and I don't see that as much with Joe. Biden. He has a handful of things that he wants to do. There's less of a throw everything at the wall and see what sticks approach, but it is similar in in the kind of grandiosity of the plans and the scale of spending that he's imagining..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Daily

"Say sitting here on the last day of August that the pandemic will certainly be the main voting issue on election day. But based on our entire experience of this year, the pandemic and the economic devastation that has created are really the foundational context for everything else that's talked about in this race and the good news for Joe, Biden is that For now, and for nearly the entirety of the year, those are issues where the president has been at a disadvantage. What's complicated? Joe Biden is that the specific places where he needs to win in order to carry the electoral college are places where the law and order message and the message about crime and rioting, and vandalism and disorder. Can have distinctive appeal even within the context of the pandemic. That's the Concern for Democrats. That's the concern for the Biden campaign that there will be a population of moderate voters. Mainly White voters in the suburbs of the Midwest who will feel some kind of tension between how they feel about the president's handling of the pandemic and who they trust on issues of law and order and that some tiny sliver of those people might be more than a tiny sliver. But all it would take would be a pretty modest share of those voters flipping back to president trump to suddenly make the advantage that Joe Biden has in the Mid West look much much more.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Sure doesn't seem that way. Sure scenes that the ABC NBC CBS Are Acting Like Act this networks and Propaganda arms of the Democrat Party. If you wanted to transform America back in the eighteen hundreds, it meant a stronger America. It used to mean things like the transcontinental railroad and used to mean things like go into war to liberate the slaves used to mean things like passing the thirteenth fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendment. It used to mean things like women's suffrage used mean things like Republican Dwight D Eisenhower establishing the US interstate system connecting Americans with one other and creating a new national commerce route. It used to mean Republicans passing civil rights and ending Jim Crow. That's what transforming America would mean. Back then. I think we all agree that. In the pursuit of the ideals of what was good and just righteous, that is something we must accept. But Now? What does transforming or weakening America mean? Joe Biden on trial. What does it Joe Biden? Transformed America look like. Let's go through a piece by piece. Because the activists media is not. Done this at all. Here's what it looks like. So I can tell you what the America that Donald Trump wants to create looks like when we're. Our kids love America again. Our history is not torn down where we're rising up new statutes where we have flourishing urban cities with school choice where we have fully funded police have crime rates dropping relief manufacturing coming back America's self sufficient. China's held in check were outside of the middle. Eastern, wars Washington works for the people that is in America that Donald Trump is trying to create, and he's done a darn good job. Despite the Chinese virus, the lockdowns and be ellum INC trying to tear this country apart from the seems. But, what is it transformed America for Joe Biden look like. It looks like abortion on demand. It looks like a party that is not happy with only a million abortions a year. Did you know that there are a million abortions here? The Democrat activist Swan more. It looks like reparations. The entire reputation argument is always very perplexing to me. How to reparations work. If, you're half, black and half white. Do you pay yourself? tollways. Confused me. Fundamental transfer transformation according for Vice President. Joe Biden and the radicals that.

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"joe biden" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Find out in the new podcast the missionary. Listen to the missionary on the iheartradio, APP Apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Former vice president Joe Biden made his first public address in weeks yesterday in Philadelphia and he had some harsh words for president trump. Mr Biden has expressed solidarity with peaceful protesters in the wake of the death of George. Floyd Joe Biden criticized trump's handling of civil unrest, following the death of George. Floyd, take a listen. Countries is crying out for leadership. Leadership. Leadership that brings us together. Leadership that can recognize pain and deep grief of communities that have had a neon their neck for a long time. They? See. dential listen I just think. If we can get to some debates. I think this is the guy. That can go tope because trump is not intelligent. Just fights. Yeah no patty. Yeah, he's real penny. He's he's. He's tricky. And he's. He's got some moves, but they're the same. You know he gives you a nickname, yeah! And and then he comes up with a a catchy title for what he's doing, but that's really it. He don't know policy he don't he really. He really brushed up on one of fast none of that. You bring up a couple of countries that he might not even know what. He's just go no, by Hina What made the one? China. And that's why I go with China. You know he always tried to be funny. We'll need them Oh funniest president. This is serious. Yeah now. Mr Biden also noted that trump held up a bible during his controversial photo. OP The. To Saint. John's Episcopal Church in Washington DC Biden said I just wished he'd open at once in a while. If he opened it, he could've mon something. We're GONNA. Need doing from open the northeastern. Know How to fight back. Got A little bit at Boston thing working. Aware at all. Oh. Man. Yeah! Yeah, so that's the Kinda thing. We think it's going to be right Steve Is. It's got to be a fun. I'm telling me listen to me, is you? Would these debates open up? You're going to see some gunslinging going on because Joe Biden. They know punk ass do. And all this bullying that trump was allowed to do doing the Republican campaign when he got rid of all fifteen candidates by just dogging him and this I. C., you see you la- sleepy Joe thing for no way out. You know because he he lay. She would what you ain't done. And you have to former vice president, so he has experience. In politics. Coming up next at thirty four minutes after the hour, we'll have more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show right after this. You're listening to save Harvey. Morning Show. Renowned Buddhist author and teacher, Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained is innocent since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago on a new podcast. Dear, Governor Jarvis poses the question. There have to be cooked with their. By the execution of one in the man from the confines of his nine four sell in San Quentin Jarvis will share his riveting life story how he has managed to maintain a sense of optimism in the most dire circumstances. There by that now that was -vivor! He'll provide the details of the bloody murder trial that landed him on death. Believe they found that women I would not charge. Here details from inside the courtroom issues attorneys fight for his final state appeal with newly disclosed evidence that bolsters is claims of innocence. Will the California Supreme Court exonerate him a reaffirm his death sentence listened to dear governor on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Hey guys, it's bobby bones. I host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy, because I wake up with three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I. Get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Share our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world. World if he possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists. They're always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music, too. So wake up with.

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"joe biden" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"It doesn't have shame and can say things without feeling that the need compelled to say sorry if they are wrong or if they hurt somebody so I wanted to really get philosophical which. We don't always have the chance and the time to do with presidential candidates get philosophical about the notion of apologizing. And how does the former vice president compete with somebody like the President? Here's what he said. No I'm never gonNA stooped to where he is. I'm not going to do what he does. He says so many outrageous things and To usually divide separate When I say something. That is understandably retrospect offensive to someone and legitimately offensive making. It look like take him granted. I Apologize I don't apologize for every mistake. I make a lot of them. Don't have any consequence. I mean the the point I was making is and I said this to his face like you say dumpings. Now we're all human. We all have the tendency to say things that we don't mean or regret Joe Biden as he says with a laugh the good news people know him. The bad news is people know him and this is one of the things that they know about him. And so this is the way that he has to navigate. This going forward is still a work in progress. It's pretty clear I've got to wonder if somehow authenticity is going to be an aid for Joe Biden and because you know throughout his life. We've been covering him now for decades. He's never been someone who's going to be as brash and unapologetic as Donald Trump. But the one thing that Donald Trump also is is completely authentically himself or this persona at least that he's developed for himself that he feels completely comfortable in and so it'll be interesting to see if Joe Biden's own authenticity. Which as you say you know. There are a lot of mistakes. There is a lot of fumbling if that will actually help him in that But I want to quickly turn to vice president stuff because this is the fun stuff that everyone wants to talk about and talked to Biden about this. You asked him if you commit to picking a woman of color..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

10:06 min | 6 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Well we all know former vice president. Joe Biden has been trending in the news. Don't we don't we don't walk? I receiving a lot of backlash for his previous morning. Show common saying if a black voters vote for trump. Then they ain't black. What Biden has sense common? Say he has the right to say Biden has since apologized for his comments and said he should not have been so cavalier Also trending political news Joe Biden criticized president trump for his weekend golfer. Print hold on hold on. You know I. I understood the black comment you know. I don't think he tried to be money was talking to Charlemagne all of this man. You know who does a great job these interview? He's becoming the you know that that guy you know what I mean. Because he's really a sharp guy on stuff like they invite him on everything and You know I talked with him all the time. I'm really proud of waves become. Here's the deal. We have two choices in November. Both of them are white men in the seventies. I happen to belong to several country clubs. I have been privy to some jaw-dropping conversations in the locker room at the nineteenth hole on the course I've been privy to some conversations what you're hearing or what you heard him say is nothing nothing compared to what they say. This is just the stuff that you getting to clips of folks. Let's stop playing around here. You heard some of the stuff. Donald Trump is. See if you can tell me that. Donald Trump has not trumped that statement times fifty squared. And I got news with what he's really saying at Milagro in a golf course and in the board room is is amazing. These UH seventy some your white man now do you. Give them a pass for that. No all but you also don't give him a pass by not voting that try and not do you can't take your vote him not to and use it against Joe Biden because he said something. You didn't like which means you're like you always say Steve. If you don't provide them it's a sure. Vote for trump. Hey can I can. I say this and I'm talking to Tommy and J. Right now in June we have said some stuff amongst ourselves bit not ten not come out bet not to Gore. Does a news feed line redone? I know in the worst one was I do me. I don't know we're talking about your former marriage is all right. We're going to take a break right here and we're GONNA come right back and continue this subject Steve That's coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour right after this. You're listening to Marty morning. Show all right so Steve. Before we went to break we were talking about Joe Biden. And you know the comment. He made a black voters. Vote for trump. Then they ain't black. A lot of people were up in arms about it Upset about the fact that he said that you know he's apologized. Of course for those comments. It didn't really bother me. I knew he was trying to be funny. And trying to just talk to Charlemagne trying to make a statement Philip man like I said I have heard White Museum in the Seventies. Make some statements at golf courses in board rooms sitting around joking and man. That's nothing and then I just looked at what Donald trump is saying with. No apologies attached to anything for during. Cobbler right now. This is the one that threw me. There's my African American. Oh he says excuse me you have one but it was so right after the P. Word Calm in and find the stormy all in porno that it just get away from things that he said about immigrants this stuff but the thing about it is. I think the problem comes in is when people get mad about that statement especially black people and we decided to hold our vote back and not vote for by because he made that statement. You know what I mean back to be the problem this coming November. If the you know that's the problem served and very dangerous shallows and like you say if you do if you're not if you're holding back because you're mad at Biden then that is vote for trump. That's what that is but y'all come on. Now come on look. These are two seventy year old white man. You really. If you GONNA be mad about that one I got news the stuff. That's really been saying you. You would be devastated. Let's let's move past. Let's find something else because explain some y'all the Republican Party. Don't Nick Pick people this way? And can I say this? The one of the main reasons Joe Biden is going to be. It looks like the Democratic candidate is because he's Joe Biden and he's been known to you know say things like this when he was vice president under Obama and people loved him for now. We're nitpicking like you say now we're nitpicking the things that come out of his mouth. I think he's being extra careful. Actually I don't think he's the unleashed joe that he was under Obama. Look Hey look what he said after the after the fall for the pushback of course not. He apologized how many times donald trump apologize. Siete sat one so lane things that you forget. Y'All y'all steel. Don't forgotten that he didn't separate it all those immigrant kids from mothers. See yanna forgot about that. Y'All know that quietly. He trying to push them right on back over the border right now. Don't pay attention to this right here. He does so much stuff he's A. He's an expert at D. DEFLECTIONS. That he just doesn't get and now this conversation about if if how do you about this statement cause up hear people say if he doesn't pick a black woman for president for his vice presidential running nominee that he's finished. How do you feel about that? Wow I agree with that. I think just the opposite white ladies. Dome that's what I'd say. Well you know the end you know. I've I say that I think that Black the black people that are really into it like that and make think that he owes black people something and all of that from Mike America. Yeah and because they know that we as black people are the vote democratically and we're going to put him in office. Those are the ones that are mad. I want my bigger issue is getting donald trump out. Now whether that's with a black woman or with a white woman I want. Donald trump out some people think camps. Since a black person picked him he should pick somebody exactly Alabama pick by. Well we come back. I WANNA I wanNA say something about this state. I will be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show and to continue this discussion. Right after this. You're listening to your show all right. Welcome to Steve Harvey Morning Show politics. We're in their like swimwear. It is more this morning. So go ahead Steve. We were talking about the statement that Joe Biden. Make if you don't vote for him you're not black stuff like that. You know black. Yeah you ain't I mean. Look he said it kind of like. He said he apologized. I look I don't care I got no time to get hung up on that. You know what do you mean? We ain't black now. Come on man come. He shouldn't have said it. He apologized. How many times has donald trump says something with no apologies? He and he never will. He's not that guy because he doesn't care how you feel on. Think he only cares about himself is so that right. There is a huge difference between him and Joe Biden and Democrats man we sit on TV and we try to play this self righteous thing and doll him for saying this. We are better. Get on his doll trump for what he said they caused. The Republicans are not going to do it. If you cut on Fox Donald Trump can do no wrong. Now if you're thinking that if Joe Biden picks a black woman for VP. Then that'll mean that black people are thinking that what's the black agenda. Let me for want everybody about something. You cannot run for the presidency of the United States with a black agenda. They are not going to allow that. Because you are the president of the United States Obama to enter that you you talked about coming here some specifically for Black.

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"joe biden" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

14:35 min | 7 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"Long distance besties everywhere. I am not too so and I'm an Friedman. Today's the first of two part discussion about Joe Biden and all the many complicated feelings we have about his positions toward women power abuse a lot of Joe Biden. Thoughts is what's happening today. And the next episode. Give you say new levels of relevance of this intro. Hit me every time.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Signal

"Right now. In the wake of that accusation there was a lot of media scrutiny of Lucy Florez and the important context to remember here is that this was during the Democratic. Party's primary season when Joe Biden was just one candidate in a field of dozens right so lots of people started questioning. Lucy Flora's motivations people like Whoopi Goldberg and John McCain Daughter Megan McCain in the old days we would call Joe some folks of a certain age would say he's a little overly familiar yes but most politicians. When they're you know doing this with you and you know they are and Joe is Joe is a hands on Kinda guy. I always wonder when these things come out. What is the motive she said on? Jake tapper that her politics it was politically motivated. And she says politics was definitely impetus at some point tar read as Lucy. Floors was getting attacked by Particularly some high profile commentators show called the view which is kind of a popular daytime. Show over here She came out said look. I was former staffer for Joe by us to do that to me. A meeting would run his fingers through my hair struck a neck. And so you know. I believe Lucy floors. I think that you know what she's saying is true. And this is back in two thousand nine hundred and that was that was the extent of what Tari came forward with that is that is basically the extent of what she came. Forward with Biden issued kind of blanket. General apology to all women get ever touched in an uncomfortable way. Kind of apologized for his over. Familiarity is his lack of respect for personal space and he moved on from there. I hear they're saying I understand it and much more mindful. That's my responsibility responsibility. And I'll I'll always believe governing quite frankly life for that matter is about connecting the people that will change but I will be more mindful respectful people's personal space and that's a good thing..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Fucking pissed me off recently in. It is a perfect example of what I was talking about with Bernie supporters. Some Bernie's of orders being assholes and doing more damage than good k ready here. We go so donald trump and his campaign recently promoted. A dishonest video flagrantly edited to wrongly. Make it look like Biden accidentally stumbled over his words and endorsed trump flagrantly edited totally dishonest promoted by trump. I saw that video posted four times by four different Bernie supporters. What's wrong what you paypal? And the video now has more than six million views for the love of God. You know before posting something negative something questionable take some. God Damn time to check the source and ask yourself what good it's doing. I am so fed up with I've seen so much hate on Biden and this is a big one. It's not just this video. But frankly does pissed me off to know that Bernie supporters are doing Russia's work for them doing rush shine trump's worked for them but other things comments on his cognitive ability. He's clearly in decline and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. What are you talking about? You know like that is so unnecessary and wrong. And what good is it doing? He's probably going to be the nominee so unless you want trump to win. What good is that doing? By the way Bernie. Sanders is older than Joe Biden and just had a heart attack. So what are you doing talking about ageism? What good is this? Doing Nah eight is doing no good for anyone but trump and maybe Russia and by the way to all these people out there saying that Joe Biden is clearly in cognitive decline. He's got like dementia. He's he's in bad shape. I WanNa play a little something.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Again. It was at the Hamptons summer gala held by the Greek Orthodox Church surely heard regardless. We were both there and get this. I'd actually seen Joe Biden there before maybe three or four years ago and frankly he was gregarious energetic almost operatic in his speech patterns but this last time I saw him which was just a few months ago he was looked. Kind of slow muted. I mean people could hardly hear him even with a Mike which has never been a problem for Joe Biden and honestly it did worry me and it kind of it made me kind of sad and it did affect my view on him as a candidate but regardless that all changed last. Tuesday that all change. How did it chain? Why did it change? Well let's talk about it. So before. The voting ensued on Super Tuesday. Virtually all polls and news outlets agreed that even the best case scenarios for Biden would have likely ended up with him trailing Bernie Sanders in the overall delegate count even if at the end of the day he was trailing Bernie by fifty seventy may be even one hundred delegates that still would have been considered a good night for Biden. Well folks all I said as I sit here ladies and Gentlemen Joe Biden Leads Bernie Sanders by a total of ninety one delegates ninety one. That is not a small number now. How is that possible? How could that be? They said the best case scenario was well. Frankly four Joe Biden. A miracle took place. Biden collected a bonanza of important endorsements two Saturdays ago after a landslide victory in South Carolina. Pete Buddha judge he dropped out. I like two days before Super Tuesday. Which really bothered me. He had been my candidate. I still think he would have been great. Then Amy Klobuchar dropped out in both endorsed Biden. Then on Super Tuesday Joe Biden went out and won ten of fourteen states. I won't say that again. Ten out of fourteen.

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"joe biden" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"And then at one point Biden, grabs one of the kids shoulders and says, I got permission to do this to joke the same joke, and so in people laughed in the room as that joke was made but outside the room, it of got a bit of a different reaction Twitter lit up, and you and I had been talking for the last several days like what is he going to do with this appearance on Friday is he going to address these remarks at all he just going to let that be the video that he posted earlier in the week to deal with the allegations of that had been made. And this was just going to be a standard speech. And it was it was a surprise to me that he even went there in any way whatsoever. Because I would have thought he would thought this isn't the. Venue for that I handled that I think sufficiently enough to get me through these this next period. But no, he actually he brought this up. Obviously didn't go the way you and he said Twitter lit up. So then what happened? So he made that off the cuff comment, and then some reporters had gathered outside the hotel just in case, he decided to come out and talk to us. We had no heads up, and suddenly we see him walk out the door and walk straight to reporters. And just off the top say, look, I didn't mean for it to come out the way that it did that I wasn't trying to make light of people's feelings. So it was very clear that he or maybe his team got the message immediately that outside of that room. People weren't finding this funny as they briefed him. They said you're gonna have to clean this up something to that effect. I would imagine. And yet or let this is now this is what fascinates me so much about this moment for Joe Biden, even as he's trying to clean up something that wasn't received in you know, in the way that he wanted to be received. And that I think I heard saying that guy. He wasn't joking. It wasn't a joke to him. Right. Like that was just him trying to deal with the new reality. And informing everyone that he did indeed get permission to have a physical interaction with the kid with the union trying to make a point that he has these kinds of interactions so often that he's on a campaign trail and someone will come up to him. And and we'll they'll maybe give him a hug, he'll give them a hug, they'll give him a handshake. He was trying to reinforce that. This is this is what happens with Joe Biden. And that maybe it was interpreted as a joke. Maybe people didn't like the way that it came out. But he didn't mean anything by it and get as he's trying to say, no, no, I get it. I I need to adjust some of my behaviors he also seemed to be delivering a message that this is who he is. And that he he doesn't want to change the human empathy piece of the Biden portfolio if you will which is a. Big part of his public persona. So while he wants to say, I'm learning, and I get it. He also wants it seems to me he wanted a little bit of both ways. Which is. Yes, these women should express what they're expressing their voices. Need to be heard. I will listen I get this. There are new rules that play. And yet this is what has happened my whole life. This is how we interacted with in politics. He it seemed to me he was trying to have it both ways at the same time. Right. It's gonna be a really difficult line for him to walk because he is trying to be respectful of women, and maybe even men who don't feel comfortable in their encounters with him. But this is who he is. He's been doing this for over forty years. And so that's going to be interesting to watch to see how he changes that. Someone did ask him is going to impact how you act on the campaign trail going forward. And he said, yes and said that that's fine that it's a good thing. And that's maybe things need to change. But in practice, I'm interested to see how this all. Actually plays out one of the reasons why say he's maybe trying to have it. Both ways is not the right way to say this..

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