20 Burst results for "John Bainer"

Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate

"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her

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"john bainer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Stop it. He's running as running. We know he's running. About this this drain the swamp. We've got a couple of freshmen senators, Ricky Scott of Florida used to be there governor and then Mike Braun of Indiana. There. Ed Brown used to be a congressman. So you've got these two new senators both Republicans their co of the banning lobbyists and safeguarding trust act banning lobbying and safeguarding trust act was called blast banning lobbying and safeguarding trust. So here's our biggest criticism of. Both Republicans and Democrats they leave office at right away. They go to work for K street. Now, you're saying what's K street? That's the street in Washington DC where most of the lobbyists are located, and these lobbyists all they do is they they lobby members of congress. So I mean, this is a term from a long time ago. You would get all these people who would want stuff I'm gonna I'm gonna talk to the Senator in the lobby of the Senate building. And I'm gonna talk to him because I really want to make sure that we get what we want in our district in his state. So that that's lobbying. You meet them in the lobby. That's how it used to be done in the old days. You meet them in the lobby list, we need money for this. We want this we want lobbying. So what happens these guys leave congress, and because they know everybody in congress, and they know how to pull the levers and push the buttons to get stuff done. They end up working for these corporations. These are these these these companies that lobby for various things like here's the best one in recent times. This is John bainer John bainer used to be speaker of the house of representatives. He was a Republican speaker of the house. And you know, he's Mr. morality, and Mr. Christian values, and Mr. Catholic and all this kind of stuff. What does he do? He's making millions of dollars now lobbying for the marijuana industry. He leaves congress disappears for a little while. And then reappears as I'm all for marijuana. This. This guy was Mr. family values, Mr. Christian, Mr. Catholic. Now, he's lobbing behalf of the marijuana industry and just pull it out all sorts of money that is the Pitta me of the swamp. So God bless these guys. They're trying to stop it. Rick, Scott and Micron. So how would you vote against this? Well, I'll give you all the details. Well, I've done a little details now. So here's what they're trying to start saying let me give you the details. They want to do away with. Here's one thing that what are you ready for this do away with a tax payer funded pensions for members of congress? Yes. Right on most of these people in congress are wealthy beyond your imagination. So why should we be providing there with a pension for starters? Plus, you're you're doing this as a public service. I'm a public servant to better serve the people of my state. I'm running for congress. God bless you. Why should you get a pension? That's good. Also current law mandates that any former house member has to wait a year to lobby their former colleagues senators must wait too. So they want to. I believe they want to stop it altogether. It's like, you know, what you sign up to be a congressman. You cannot become a lobbyist. I I love this. Now, it'll be interesting. It'll be interesting to see how many Democrats vote against this. I mean, this is all about draining the swamp. Can we agree on this? This is the stake in swamp. Katie can get this up of the blog. This is a story from the daily caller taking away a prize to cash cow. That's the name of the article. We'll get it for your case. You've got it. That'll be on the blog right after the Uranus story. Perfect. And if you're just joining us, we'll get into the arena story just a moment. Katie green got.

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"john bainer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"John bainer face. We haven't seen for a little while. And. So the the Eric cantor defeat did what the Republican conference on house. Well, I think that that that question for shadowed a lot of the. The problems that McCarthy would have going forward in that. There was always this concern among the grassroots and the activists in the party that he was just this establishment figure that he wasn't really one of them. And. Ultimately, he he wasn't able to prove himself to the freedom caucus that. He was he was really. In. He was really in alliance with them as much as he he wanted to project. And so it's a constant concentration firm. It's a constant balancing act. It also was interesting at that moment because he was being asked about being from California. And this is something that's. It's kind of interesting. He's been able to excel in Republican leadership here in Washington. Where Republicans are so wary of the state and just have this feeling, you know, it's right now the states had open rebellion at that time they were just seen as his biggest ally. But it's a reminder that the state it's a big place. There's there's big pockets of deep red in in California and some of those places like where McCarthy's from fakers Bakersfield are as conservative as any place in the country. Scotland we see stevescalise is still part of the leadership team then John bainer at the end there. But John bainer troubles speaker continued our step a stage for the next part of the story. So twenty fifteen right around the time of the Republican retreat. I think it's Hershey, Pennsylvania. A group of conservatives led by Jim Jordan, and Mark meadows decided to form something called the freedom caucus. They decide that the Republican study committee the group in the House Republican conference that is really the conservative group has grown too big. They want something a little more narrowly focused about thirty members formed this new caucus within the Republican conference. These are the far-right numbers the most conservative and. Bye bye later that year. They Mark meadows launches a coup against speaker banner and basically forces him out of office pressure. They pressure him to leave office, and he has gone the day after I remember the day after the pope came to the capital, he resigns as speaker. Forcing everyone to turn their eyes to Kevin McCarthy who is next in line to become speaker of the house. Well, I'm going to jump to what happened with the clip because there was a meeting where they were going to make the decision about who was going to be the next speaker of the house. This is October eighth two thousand fifteen and other is a press conference to explain what happened and behind closed doors..

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"john bainer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And they're making history. John bainer famously tears in his eyes not surface because he was giving up power because the moment was historic and emotional form. But be that as it may. So Nancy Pelosi has what she has been wanting for a long time, the speaker's gavel in her hands. How did she organized her majority? And how does she use it? That was an important moment. The entire chamber was really excited you could see. And I I haven't seen this before haven't seen it before it says where everybody was really excited to watch her win elections speaker. You could see even the Republicans with this is normally a very sullen day. They've just lost majority there. They are sitting there with their sour puss faces. But no, no one could help. But the excited to see this moment, they knew it was history. It was very exciting. It was very exciting to watch and being the room and feel it you know, we in oppressor of not in the room. We're actually above the room. Overlooking the Roman and it was exciting moment. But she was able to do a very. Easy transition. I thought from nine already mature she was really ready for this. I thought she you really didn't see a hesitant speaker at all immediately. They set to work on what their agenda would be. They had some big progressive goals that they laid out she put her she knew she wanted in her leadership positions. Because she had these relationships with people for so long that it was a very smooth transition. And I think because of that it made it easier for them to get some big things done while of course, they had a Republican president. So they couldn't move things into law, but they could get the groundwork going. So when they finally did have somebody in the White House design their legislation they are able to push some bit very big things across the finish line. They had a Republican president. But by two thousand seven is this was the word been going on for a while George Bush's popularity was down. So what happened legislatively during those? If you think about it. So. I had said that she had since intemperate things about George W Bush early years of the war. But by two thousand by the time, she stakes takes over speaker. The pub public opinion is where she had been all along, and George W Bush's popular is going down. But so support for the war and. She felt vindicated by this. And she she said, I think I think it was a Mark sandals biography. Plus, he said, you know, because John bainer Johnson. There have been eight John's is speaker, and I guess for Joseph's three something else. Another one with a J, but Joe's, but never never Nancy, but never ever. Geraldine either or Elizabeth, and so she got in there. And she said she had an Nancy is not that's not given the, you know, these flights of fancy sort of this flowery rhetoric that goes nowhere like my Warren Harding written about recently. But she said my chair was crowded, and I I felt uncomfortable. You've heard her say this Susan she's at and then I realized oh Elizabeth in there with Katie STAN. And you know. Lucretia Mott in Sojourner truth, and it's crowded, and so when she's the speaker. Seventy of barriers gone forever. And the Jin what starts to happen in politics is the this gender yet the Democrats dreamed about for two generations finally starts to be a permanent feature of the American lectures. And I think that's one of the reasons. It's really interesting. Yeah. So in two thousand eight the Democrats do reclaim the White House, and there's an ability to advance democratic priorities. The most important one that has been on their agenda. For awhile is healthcare. Here is Nancy Pelosi as speaker after winning the legislative victory healthcare right now. Listen to what she had to say. Thirty eight of your Democrats voted against this Bill after this difficult for your caucus.

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"john bainer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fun of it. Because I go back to that lacrosse team became I remember that was accused by the Duke faculty, they signed letters to the newspapers get these students outta here. And they were charged with all kinds of terrible things. And then we find out that the charges against the Duke. The Duke lacrosse players. I think it was a cross. We're. Not true at all. And they literally tore some students reputations. Apart want a great institution do kid getting very sarcastic about colleges and universities but correctly. So I'm with you on anybody that lived through and followed followed it and followed it objectively knows exactly what you're talking about. I think and again, I find a politics fascinating. I think I think Nancy Pelosi is beginning to get a little bit of a John bainer got what he was the speaker. Because remember he had the tea party, you can never real the tea party in. And it was this fringe group that seemed to take and hold of the Republican party will now you've got this fringe group. That's. Yeah. I wanna get into the big green plan in here. Just a second. But I think she's going to have the same problem bainer had and that's going to be it's going to be like hurting cats, and you realize as I think most people who follow politics. Do you can't be extreme and get elected president in this country. You can you have if you have to run so far right or left to get nominated. It's very difficult to get back to center to get elected in the general election. But it seems like this is bizarro world. Now for the Democrats. I think they're going through a little bit of what bainer went through in twenty ten this morning. Elizabeth.

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"john bainer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What he said refreshing away, and so not PC at a time. When maybe the compensation doesn't need to be because he admitted that he had problems he onset were bad. And that he regretted that he said he got help for and I think it's amaz- conversations. It's the lack of these types of conversations, they don't get us anywhere. And so seeing him out there on the morning show saying I struggled, and I had these dark thoughts that you never wanna admit publicly. But he was they're admitting it and saying I was wrong to feel that way. I actually found that time we're in to not be found that helpful and maybe can move the conversation to better place. You know, what that's called it's called honesty, and he did go on later on we and you took the snippet of you was a black guy 'cause that's happened to be who she said raped her. Right. But it clearly said it could have been anybody could have been could could've been an Irishman. It could have been. Any buddy? And he wanted the revenge, but we focus on the one thing. And then that's what ends up becoming the story because we live in a click bait world, you take somebody and say, oh, how can I take it out of context for? How can I blow it up? Make it seem like something. But as we were talking about I was talking to earlier with pretty sure Anthony is like, well, why would you do something like this nowadays? I think he gets to the point where. You know, like like, John bainer, right? The more. I see John bainer the more the people in the right hate him. Because he comes out. It's just refreshingly honest because when you don't have to worry about what you say things that have been bottled up things that you maybe wanted to say, and then again, it doesn't have to be about racing me about anything. You don't feel like you have to answer to anybody. You can say those things Clint Eastwood several years ago, people are they oh God. He's lost that he's author as regime crazy, blah, blah, blah. Anybody answer to me. And he does it. So he can be honest. Would you rather have somebody honest than somebody that placate you in front of their face? But the behind you. Isn't that way? What do you tell your kids nowadays be one hundred percent honest, unless it's gonna hurt somebody's feelings then completely lie about it. Even if eventually costs that person more because of you're not being honest. Yeah. But some people. That's awful. Right. This is killer. Mike talking about Liam Neeson. How do you do that?.

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"john bainer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is like the clap that Nancy Pelosi gave President Trump last night. Mine is sassy and slightly bitchy. We do not do politics for obvious reasons. But I got to tell you. I'm sorry. I can't hold back. That is hysterical. Her little out her her arm stretched and given that her face it with her little smile. Clapping. Oh, you'll see it today. So hits everywhere. Around for years. Well, it's like, you know, so let me be fair. Let me flip the coin. So there were similar means going around wins. The speaker of the house was John bainer? And the looks the looks that John bainer used to give President Obama. People would put laser beams like coming out of his is like shooting Obama. So well, I gotta tell you. I don't care who is in that position. Whether it's a John bainer or. Who do we just have Paul Paul Ryan? Oh. Say what? Baker. Everybody. On your boat and into the water, you should yell man overboard now..

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"john bainer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So they need more grandchildren to be there to pay more of the taxes for what we want. Now, right in how immoral is that think about that? But you know, we bring it up, and then we move on because nobody cares anymore that Republicans use to care Trump. His initial push was based on the fact of too big of a federal government. That's gone. That's completely disappeared. The whole swamp was based on what? Big government spending too much money. The the dislike. It's going to say hatred. The massive disliked, the tolerance of John bainer. And and. Paul Ryan was based on the fact of big government and spending too much money gone gone. The swamp now represents the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agent center. And maybe as some people are throwing it now with the Republicans for you know, that that aren't supporting Trump on the wall right now that's being brought back a little bit. Okay. But if you remember the history of the Trump campaign, the first big thing of the swamp came out of Paul Ryan, not rescinding the deal, the John bainer made and Trump bringing up the swamp and Trump supporters talking about the fact that we cannot have this big government and overspend. Gone gone that has completely disappeared. Yep. That's too bad. And so it was bad enough. When Democrats didn't care now that Republicans don't care not talking about our audience. There's a certain number that do. But for the most part, they don't one thing you get to know when you work and talk radio is what the big issues are on the hot issues are and three years ago. When three but three years ago three years in a couple of months ago when this all happened. I mean, it was insanity here on this show with the phone's ringing off the hook people just not accepting a budget, the John bainer put together and Paul Ryan's off on the wrong thing, we have to worry about the future gone gone disappeared. Now that's over..

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"john bainer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"His face? Promise you say for people who. I'm making a judgment about who you are people judge me based off one expression, which I was in sparking. But people assume that's what I have. And they've gone from there to toddling me and labeling me as racist person. Sean that's disrespectful to adults which they've had to assume so many things to get there without consulting anyone that can give them the opposite story. Yeah. If I had a son he'd looked like the extent, man. Barack Obama if I had a sunny, okay? Just wanted to throw that out there. Again. There was no condemnation of the black Jewish Israelites that group. Who everyone saw on video calling these kids what he called him. And those guys. No one has condemned them. I haven't even seen anyone track. One down for an interview. No, no. It's a it's a side note is what it is. And most of the news stories that even bother to mention it. Yeah. But they started the whole thing. That's what it looks like from the names. They were calling them. That's what is completely nuts to me. More on that later. Scott wanna ask you about one of your old favorites that hasn't been in the news for a while? And that's John bainer. I've wondered what John's been up to John got on team. We'd a while ago. Yes. Note after he had the power to actually do something at the federal level. But whatever once he saw there was money to be made when he was in the private sector. Hold on a second. He evolved..

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"john bainer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on KOMO

"Six call us. And we'll talk this morning about CBS refusing to run an ad for medical marijuana on the Super Bowl. Michael Toscano here. Happy to take your calls. Happy to hear what you have to say about all this. Here's I'm going to read something from USA today. Here's how USA today put it. You won't be seeing any medical marijuana ads during the Super Bowl, Pepsi it. Rots your stomach, but sure Budweiser rots your liver, but it wouldn't be the Super Bowl about it. But at least for this year medical marijuana got a hard. No, a cannabis company called acreage holdings that counts. John bainer. Yeah. That John bainer as one of its board members submitted storyboards for an ad about medical marijuana to CBS to run during commercial breaks. In return, acreage holding said it received a rejection Email saying CBS will not be accepting any ads for medical marijuana at this time. So that's what we're talking about this morning CBS saying that it's broadcast. Meeting standards will not allow it to accept any cannabis related advertising. And I'm not sure exactly how much input the NFL had into that. The NFL has got its own problems right now with social issues may they probably don't want any more backlash from perhaps the more conservative viewers out there. So they've got their own issues to deal with and CBS. I am not sure they didn't really say why maybe they just have some kind of corporate thing. That's the current rule. Maybe it's been leftover for a long time. And I don't know if they're looking at that. But that's where we are this morning, they won't be running it. So if thirty three states plus the district of Columbia have all voted to legalize medical marijuana. The there's a Quinnipiac university poll finding eighty nine percent. Eighty nine percent of US adults are in favor of medical marijuana. Use football players themselves are using a lot of this because it helps manage their pain and rather than using prescription drugs. Some of which are dangerous and they're even looking at studying marijuana as a treatment for the the CT caused by concussions. And that's that's kind of important for a sport that we know where the participants go out there and better their heads together. So anyway, that's that's what's going on there. We'd like to know what you think about that. I mean, if it's a legal substance, maybe not on the federal level, but at least on the local level, and by the way, the incoming attorney general William Barr indicated during his confirmation hearings. I believe that he would not be spending a lot of time and energy trying to combat marijuana use at the local level by using the federal government. I assume there may be cases where they'll have to step in. But it doesn't sound like he's going to be especially proactive on that. So the ad itself that they were proposing. Wisconsin in a PSA style sharing the stories of three medical marijuana users. They actually hadn't finished it yet. But we do to to give you an idea of what part of it might have sounded like we have the audio portion of an acreage holdings corporate video, and you can hear that the company presents itself in a manner. That's pretty different from say Bud Light would do.

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"john bainer" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"And if we can. See this logic through it raises. The question of how divided government can function at all. Even though, of course, divide government is our normal state of affairs in American politics. This seems to me to relate very directly back to your thesis, which is that competition makes both sides more ruthless. It makes both sides act to maximize their power as opposed to to exercise forbearance. I don't have proof of this. But I think that if what had happened been twenty twenty sixteen that that Scalia died is that Ginsberg had retired. I think there is some possibility with they're not really being a competition there for control of the court. It would have just been like the status quo as we had it that garland could have gotten through. I can't say for sure I think there's also a chance McConnell does the same thing. But I think there's at the very least a possibility of it. I think that in general, the two sides are much more open to status quo on the court continuing. Then they are two things that could flip controller or or flip further power towards one party or the other. And similarly in everything we're talking about here with the way become acted there. This kind of constant competition for control of of the Senate and house seems really important. I I love the word forbearance here team. So important to me you've this quote of from John bainer in two thousand and six letter to House Republicans where he says, and I believe this is a letter where he's actually running for the Republican leadership position. He says what is the job of Republican leader in the minority? It's to hold the job for a short a time as possible. And if you don't believe you're going to be able to get out of the minority. Well, then maybe the job is to make sure publicans have as much power say Karen into exercise, forbearance and other things. But if you can get out of the minority, there's no time for forbearance, you have to get out of the minority like that is job one. And it seems to be a reasonable way of saying the way congress actually works in periods of competition is job one is reading your personal reelection two. His winning the majority and governing like somewhere lower. But it seems to be forbearance in competition. Are almost perfect opposition. It just makes sense that if you think that after the Knicks set of elections, you might be in power why cut a deal now that you'll you'll have more power later. And so you the pro pervasive tendency in American politics to kick the can down the road on major issues, I think oh something to this competitive context as well where he can't get to a resolution of issues because the power struggle is still ongoing that elections really don't settle anything that the party that loses doesn't really think it's going to be out for long..

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"john bainer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. A John bainer agrees to see eager to see this institution survive policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful inside or little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show has taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great. Thank you. On tate. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a go fund me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now any do and the downs. And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend. And I were talking about this morning in it just blows my mind. I mean, I thought you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. The government is for the people, right? You you you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a director nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in a paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that the operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means way of St.. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing president has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to get the better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five dollar.

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"john bainer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can. Describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I sees from in speaker and waiting Bonner a John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, hi. You're doing great. Thank you. Hey, I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a go fund me on the border and had over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now any do and the downs. And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend. And I were talking about morning in it just blows my mind. I mean, I bet you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trick out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. It'd be government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become in-cell f- the end let me try to this. This is a better way to sit back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen, he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"john bainer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on KTRH

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words well. Can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer of took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Varner. A John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survive policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful insider little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, hi, you're doing great. Thank you for. Hey, I have a question about the fundraiser. Brian military guy is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do not want any do and the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? And I like it'd be government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right. And I mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means of. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to the better way to say that in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five dollar cost per thousand for broadcast TV. I'm not paying for you here. I demand you give me fifteen dollar cost per thousand. So I said, okay. And the sales team was freak like what is it? Oh, that's fine. I'll give you fifteen dollar cost.

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"john bainer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them. Side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker unwitting Boehner. A painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is Todd Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great. Thank you for on Tate. I have a question about the fundraiser. Brian the military guy that is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now will Manny do and the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think that's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very complex guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I thought you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. Yeah. Be government is for the people, right? You say that with a laugh you answered your question with a laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a director nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to this. This is a better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"john bainer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can. Describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. A John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful insider little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great on Tate. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now will Manny do on the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. It'd be government is for the people, right? You you you say that with a laugh you answered your question with a laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue the they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl Olympics expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operates in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law is the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right. And I mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to get the better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it into streaming video. I was meeting with really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay.

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"john bainer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership Obama caused banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is Todd Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, doing great. Thank you on tape. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy. That is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now, any do and the dams and maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that. Has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I retired about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I got you. I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Like the government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look Democrats would sue they would find a basis in which to sue either saying you can't do a direct nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in a paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative. Therefore, he's interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. That's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end let me try to. The better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen, he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"john bainer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"john bainer" Discussed on KCRW

"Called upon the beauty of our constitution that our system of checks and balances that protects our democracy. Remembering that, the legislative branch is article one, the first branch of government co equal to the presidency, and to the judiciary, although the checks and balances mean, the Democrats would have to presumably compromise some point wouldn't they? Yeah. I mean, it's the same thing as when President Obama was president you had John bainer. Speaker of the house. You know, the fact is this is divided government. And yes, congress the presidency are co equal branches. But that doesn't mean that Democrats who only control half of one of those branches can get everything they want. Also, we should mention that for a couple of years now or even a little more President Trump has had overwhelming power to make the news all he has to do is tweet or make a quick statement to reporters and he dominates the headlines day after day after day yesterday. We had a situation where Democrats were in a position to be the ones making news because they were taking control now's representatives. So we went through the day. The president didn't have the spotlight and then abruptly late in the afternoon. He stepped to the lectern at the White House briefing room. Let's listen to solve what he had to say. I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security for border control. And frankly, the wall or the barrier. Okay. Speaks up for. The wall. They're dominica. The president says the wall has support he says the people of our country want a wall is that correct? Well, it's just not true. I mean, the fact that he wants to say that this is the most support he's had you know, he may be getting lots of feedback and lots of reaction there, certainly tens of thousands of people who will show up to his events who are supporters of his and give them that kind of feedback. But when you look at the polling, the confluence of polling has shown that more people blame the president for the shutdown than Democrats and heading into this more people than not a majority, in fact in our polling showed that they wanted the president to compromise rather than shut the government down based on a wall. We hear a number of Republican lawmakers doing something interesting. And when they talk about this to medico, they will say the American people want border security, which may well be true. But then what they're debating is a wall, which does a lot worse in polling, doesn't it? That's a great Washington trick, you know, complete one thing to make. Your point about something completely different. Yeah. I mean, the fact is when you look at polling people do say, they want border security. They do say they want to stem a tide of immigration that's illegal to the country. But that doesn't mean that they necessarily want to pay billions of dollars for a wall along the border. In fact, they say they don't want to have to have taxpayers spend billions of dollars for a physical barrier. You know, the same time there are obviously pieces of the border that are fenced that are that do have walls and the president brought people out yesterday to say that that works in certain places, and no doubt it works in certain places. But even the president himself has gone back and forth saying that it's not maybe necessary in every part of the border, very briefly. What are the Republicans who still control the Senate saying about all this law right now, you've got at least some cracks in the Senate because you have to Republicans from Colorado and from me. Maine who are up for reelection in two thousand twenty who are saying keep the government open without this border wall. Fight the medico. Thanks for the update. Really? Appreciate it. You're welcome. That's NPR political editor Domenico Montanaro. It's tough to measure how much the government shutdown as affecting the economy, but we know markets, don't like instability. And there is a whole lot of that right now yesterday stock prices once again took a steep dive, the standard and Poor's five hundred index was down nearly two and a half percent. And the Dow Jones industrial average fell even more as NPR's Jim zarroli reports a grim profit warning from apple has left a lot of investors worried about China's economic growth on Wednesday afternoon apple announced news that sent a chill through Wall Street. It said it made a lot less money during the last three months of the year than it expected. The news caused Apple's shares to fall more than ten percent yesterday. It's worst one day performance in six years and because apple is such a huge company. Now, that's an all of the major indexes down to. But honestly. Linda limb of the university of Michigan says what happened in the market yesterday wasn't just about one company. Not just apple and it's not just smartphones. It's what it reflects of the second largest economy in the world. Apple warned that it was hurt by slowing growth in China. And it blamed that impart on trade tensions, Washington and Beijing have been slapping tariffs on each other's imports. But limb says the troubles facing China, go beyond trade. China's economy is slowing due to its own domestic dynamic limb says China is a more mature economy now and mature economies don't grow as fast as developing ones. But China has also been hurt by the downturn in countries that does business with throughout Asia and Europe these were points alluded to yesterday outside the White House by Kevin Hassett who chairs the council of economic advisers. Make no mistake. The Chinese economy.

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FBI investigating hacking of House GOP campaign arm

Red Eye Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

FBI investigating hacking of House GOP campaign arm

"On Monday with questions about the episode rank and file House Republicans were not told either. Not the first time that the house GOP has suffered a hack. His name was John bainer committee officials said they decided to withhold the information because they were intend on conducting their own investigation and feared the revealing the hack would compromise efforts to find the culprit. We don't want to get into details about what was taken because it's an ongoing investigation. One senior party official said let's say they had access to four active accounts. And I think you can draw from that. Yeah. Okay. Well, I can. But somebody else might be able to say it doesn't doesn't on doesn't get me anywhere. Yeah. All right. So there's worry. There's are. We are then in other news. Ralph Taylor says it doesn't matter. What he looks like right? Okay. Having lived most of his life as a white, man. The fifty five year old now considers himself to be multi racial based on DNA test results. Okay. Taylor is suing state and federal government because he was denied a minority. Business certificates certificates under a program created more than two decades ago to help level the playing field for minority business owners seeking contracts in the transportation industry his cases, pending right now with the ninth US circuit court of appeals, which will be very

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After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

Doug Stephan

02:38 min | 4 years ago

After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

"Now thirty four after the hour on the dj be show doug stephan with victoria keelan kerry schilling people in the news let's see where shall we start politicians you andre by politicians interesting ones interest is in the ears of the beholder president trump claiming the relationship that we have with russia is at its worst level ever clothing the cold war back and forth lot of tweeting going on this week warning russia to get ready for missile strikes against syria why would we tell them what we're gonna do before we did well and also the funny thing is his tweets from two thousand thirteen he did this he criticized obama for also warning syria that we were going to strike and he went on this whole tirade about how you shouldn't do this and that and he's doing the same thing so is in critical to wherever they don't even he's not thinking about what he didn't twenty thirteen you kidding people would go back and find that stuff i find that interesting too well he was such a vocal opponent of obama so people it's not really because obama wasn't born in this country victoria what's the matter with you i know i forget that oh my god i trump also talking about the details the meeting between him and kim jon un which is supposed to take place next month american officials have been talking directly with the north koreans to prepare for the meeting and where is it going to be anybody know where this is going to be it's not going to be in america and isn't going to be a north korea so interesting to see where they get together china maybe maybe it was thinking that too here's former house speaker john bainer in the news he has joined a company that produces marijuana the board of directors of marijuana holding corporation acreage holdings describes itself as one of the nation's largest multistate actively managing cannabis corporations former us speaker of the house joined the board of advisors the on the board of directors this is all new by the way you know the whole thing about cannabis marijuana being used legalized you remember was it last week the week before mitch mcconnell who doesn't seem to be exactly most progressive thinker in the.

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