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John Dickerson on presidential leadership and "The Hardest Job in the World"

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04:47 min | 2 months ago

John Dickerson on presidential leadership and "The Hardest Job in the World"

"John Dickerson he is the author of a new book that's coming out on Tuesday it's called the hardest job in the world the American presidency John good to have you here great to be back market great to see you so you say the American presidency is in trouble it's over burdened mis understood and an almost impossible job to do and you started writing this before the pandemic before they had put on the crisis and before the current racial strife that we are in we we seem to be on that be beyond the cliche and this is a stress test on our democracy how are you thinking of where we are well that's exactly right I mean the book was finished before those three challenges but they highlight a central point of the book which is I went back and tried to look at the blueprint of the office what is what is it really at its most basic level and what it is is a job where big high stakes things happen that are surprises to the president and where everybody the president on down needs to have created a system for dealing with those kinds of emergencies so they can be ready when the crisis hits because when the crisis hits it's too late to kind of get ready on the fly **** account as a professor at Harvard he says the presidency is like an airbag you may not think about it all the time but when there's an emergency you want it to work so the excuse well no one could've seen this coming year saying the office is designed with that assumption that you need to be prepared for the thing you don't see coming that's right that's why LBJ referred to the office pardon me morning viewers as like being a jackass in a hail storm because sometimes you have just have to take it and what that means is that the job holds you to an extremely high standard and the reason it's important to take responsibility even for something that you didn't create is because that sets everybody's priorities it tells everybody on your political team you know what spending won't work I put my reputation on the line here the Buck stops with me and you better all solve this problem because my future is at stake if we don't deliver results and and don't put any energy into spending this and that's what the that's why the office is so hard it's why we treated with such reverence and seriousness because you're in a position where the Buck stops with you they act as you write in the book president trump has sort of changed that challenge that assumption when he says things like you know no I don't take responsibility for anything with this pandemic he has and in fact that's why he was elevated to the office because people looked at this office in which we ask the president to do too much and with tools that are either broken or what she what the he wasn't given in the first place a lot of what the president's been asked to do for the last several presidencies really is better housed in Congress are with governors are with mayors but we ask the president to do it because we run everything through the presidency which is why I wanted to take a look at what the office actually should do president trump was brought in by people said dismantle lots of it don't pay attention to a lot of these rules and norms and so he is both someone to evaluate but also because of that behavior he's an incredible measuring instrument for us to take a look at the office and say well what do we want this do we not want that and what should we replace it with well we are five months out from the selection and I wonder given all the stresses how you're thinking of the actual process because it feels like the institutions are are undergoing some real crisis in confidence from the public and it's just the functioning the mechanics of our democracy are are being called into question being able to vote in November how are you thinking of this well exactly at let's start on the voting in November one of the key things for a president for any national conversation and again we run them all through the presidency which isn't always great but if we look at the next election this is one of those problems it's on the horizon it is not yet in our lap the administration and and different agencies have been looking at the elections because they're worried about them being interfered with by the Russians and the Chinese now we have another problem with covert nineteen this is a problem everybody can see coming and that's a test of leadership can you focus on the things that are important but not urgent because even though they may not be urgent today election day is not today they will be urgent soon enough and when they become urgent you can't suddenly come up with a solution so this is in addition to the other three tests we have which is the economy coded and America's racial profile at the moment we have this fourth test coming which is can there be a peaceful transfer of power or a maintained maintenance of power with the incumbent which makes all people who are on the other side of the issue which is to say those people would not like Donald Trump to be reelected make them feel like the process was safe that is the hallmark of American democracy it was the thing the country was founded on that we can have peaceful transfers of power with no monkey business that's a big taste test facing

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"john dickerson" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

10:10 min | 6 months ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Decision for third. Yes even as he was saying to the cameras you could see him out of losing steam behind the that was one of those nice. I remember what I Miss John Stewart in Jon Stewart had a nice time with a three way tie for thirty days. Yeah so mayor Pete if you believe what some of the speculation is that he did quite well maybe as as well as second second or first depending on which metric you're counting was it smart for him to seize the mantle. Oh I think so. Yeah I mean I think these these nights are and this is again. This is a part of that weird sugar high. But it's been a part of American politics. For a long time I mean muskie in Nineteen seventy-two loses New Hampshire. Even though he wanted because he just didn't do as well as people thought Clinton in ninety two and Benjamin Hampshire even though he comes in second so Same with Dean coming in third in two thousand and four in Iowa. You didn't do as well as people thought so. I think Buddha judge did better than there was a a lot of kind of. He's fading. Talk in I win the last week so if he does well then he exceeds expectations and I think one argument. You can make that feels relatively sustainable table. Even though we don't know result is that That Biden seems to have. This might be good news for him in the sense that if he doesn't if he wasn't doing terribly terribly well then this kind of muddies that up and doesn't make that the story line for you know some number of days but will I guess we'll have a different theory once we get actual numbers numbers. We have to proceed by hypothetical a little bit longer. So I'm irritated for that reason. So let's say you have sanders and Buddha judge close to the top one two and you have biden further back in the middle. You Have Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren. What has to happen in New Hampshire to cause the race to look more clear and for whom well you have to have? If if you if you have boo'd coming to the fore in the in in the Non Sanders Lane I don't even want to give it a name but Just because the names are so blunt in on helpful but you know if he wins or does well in in New Hampshire. Then he's got two wins under his belt. The problem is you then runs into South Carolina and And and and his challenge with African American voters he has not been able to surmount Nevada matters. Yeah Nevada matters. Buddha Buddha just problem is South Carolina because of its You can't win in the Democratic Party if you don't have African American voters and he hasn't found a way to win them and I think you know then but then then the question is what happens to Biden with if Buddha Jisr ascendant than Biden is going to be obviously falling and so then. We're his voters go. I think this maybe goes goes on for a little while. We are so into the thin air of hypothetical but you could imagine if Buddha judge becomes the kind of moderate lane person the kind of forces forces behind Biden could fight back in a more robust way which then ties Buddha. Jim Biden down which allows sanders to run unopposed. Assuming that Elizabeth Warren doesn't take the signal signal and get more tough with respective to sanders. Anything Sanders gets treated if he's the nominee in the general if you take as your some people are saying miss you take as a standard the way that John Kerry was swift boated when he ran for president. What do you think people will do with respect to someone who uses the term socialist to describe himself? There will be endless pieces about Socialists Socialism. What it means his history because as John Cheetahs has argued there's footage End since so much of our conversation as I was arguing earlier earlier. This isn't a good thing is driven by by image and by what can get passed around in social media I think that becomes the shiny object that consumes a lot of the conversation in the race as since then sanders is challenge. Is I mean his challenge always will be the second step once. You Win your party your larger broader argument and we're or having a one of the things the arguments that's taking place in politics right now is does that second half of the argument look more like the Biden case. which is? I'm trying to speak to the entire country or or does it look more like A. I'm speaking more like a sanders argument. Which is I'm speaking to this group out there? That's bigger than you think. And it's so big big. My passion authenticity with that group is what takes me to the White House. Not trying to be all things to all people. Here's another sort of generational question that occurred to me as you were speaking and I wonder if in the modern era I guess it's probably true I'm trying to think of examples. Does a single moment single passing gaffe or image is it as harmful given an environment in which there are millions and millions of images and a lot more tweets and a lot more interactions. You have candidates but a single single bad image or gaff is less consequential than it used to be. Because I think going back you had that moment when Howard Dean had the scream which seems so mild right and and a lot of people would say attacked him again a couple of examples speaking of tank. Yes Michael Dukakis looking a little silly with the the helmet in the tank. You had the moment where President Bush looked at his watch in the debate. Yeah those were huge deals. Yeah could those kinds of things be a huge deal now or we to inundated well and you also add add muskie supposedly crying trying in nineteen seventy two in in New Hampshire which led to that race. I talked about earlier in terms of expectations so at a couple of things. The caravan moves on faster now than it used to the problem with all these little moments is that if they you know enliven an existing narrative so that was certainly the case with George Herbert Walker Bush before he was disconnected from the economy. Okay that's what Dean's problem with. The screen is not the screen but it was that he came in third Niwa. He'd been on the cover of time and Newsweek. He was headed to the end zone and then he came in third so that was a a little going to reenact the screen. I know I know I was. I felt moved. One of the questions with you know these. These moments is does a candidate have a pain threshold to get through them and basically ignore them. This this goes back to the beginning of our country. Alexander Hamilton gets faced with his affair with Mariah Mariah Reynolds and decides to write the Reynolds. Pamphlet takes it head on right. Jefferson has his affair with Sally hemmings written by the same scandalmonger James Calendar and blows. It off doesn't address. It all works well for Jefferson doesn't work well for Hamilton Hamilton. So what if you just power through and don't worry about this moment and just stay on who you are and does that allow you to get through. which is your art or are you? Is it an anvil that gets it. Depends if you're donald trump. You compare through anything. Apparently yes if the structure of your party is and you make a bet on the structure of your party and the bet pays as off which it did for him that the Party will stay with you and that you through the success in your own party and the the Disarray in the other party can ride. That victory doesn't worked for Al Franken doesn't work for Al Franken and what you'd have to figure you think through as if it can work in the Democratic Party in the way that it worked in in the Republican Party and then also so it's GonNa operate differently in the Republican Party if we look at say those suburban college educated Republican women who voted for trump last time. What are they going to do now so it may not work again for trump? But you have to be willing to make that kind of bat and have that kind of pain threshold which is not a lot of politicians. Don't WanNa talk about campaigns but in leading into a discussion of campaigns. I want to ask you a question but I flatter you in a sense but I mean this so you're consequential journalist. You're a thoughtful person. Do you think about issues. I think anybody listening to this. Discussion would believe that you and hopefully I also care about real problems care about democracy care about big picture your problems and substantive issues and yet also engage in a conversation with you about the quote Unquote Horse Race and from time and this is I think pretty substantive podcast week after week and in every once in a while we'll have a discussion about who's up. WHO's down I in my home? Have this discussion all the time. And you get people who say well you know. That's nonsense stop focusing on the horse race. Somehow how that's less important. How do you think about the balance? Both in journalism and for citizens focusing on the horse race versus focusing on the big ticket issues of our day that need to be solved. Yeah I'm I'm obsessed with this issue because you're exactly right about the horse race it's part it's kind of like that conversation we were having earlier. which is about the kind of messy? I've seen it and muddiness of politics in the virtue that has to be behind it or else world doomed so the horse race is a part of the machinist. It's part of the power acquisition. You GotTa have power I to use it and so that conversation is not crazy and there are some of the skills that a presidential candidate if a presidential candidate has what it takes in a campaign that does tell us something thing about their ability in the job and it tells us something about whether they're going to be successful in the job but will our problem is in the press is. We spent all our time on that. And we've forgotten to other important important things one. What are the issues that are the most important than it and that deserve presidential time and attention and then to your question earlier one of our challenges in in politics right now is the breath of bipartisanship and the rise of partisanship? Is that something a president. WHO's supposed to in the Lyndon Johnson formulation see an urgent need and then take it on? Should a president do that it. Should he take on this thing that he may very well fail at or even if he's successful it'll be a small little success. Or should he do stuff for the guy the guys guys and Gals who Brung him and maybe make that partisan problem worse but achieve more on the balance sheet of of partisanship. So that's one set of issues then there's the other thing which is when they come into the job. The jobs a lot different than we talk about in campaigns and they show up and is Elaine Kmart says they realize all the stuff they talked about in the campaign isn't what the job is. The job is basically basically national security and a bunch of secret stuff you learn about once you get the job that terrifies you. It happened both with Bush and with Obama and certainly with Johnson they come in in this age of all of those residents fought wars that I thought I don't WanNa be micromanaging. Everything and they realize after a few years of wars they have to micromanage and it takes over their presidencies so we don't focus enough on what the job is really like when we talk.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

09:34 min | 6 months ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Forget about those from there were structural incentives. That made it necessary fro Neil to let his conservative Democrats work work with the president so they'd get reelected district Democratic voters and then reelected speaker so he needed to stay in power by well. Those bowl will the Democrats don't exist anymore. There were only twelve. Democrats elected in districts that voted for for Donald Trump. There were more than one hundred with Ronald Reagan. So O'Neill without that structural need to keep the boll weevils on the team would probably be fighting more and more constantly then. Even Nancy Pelosi does and there would be twitter. Yes there would be twitter Dan. I'm trying to think of O'Neill was not always. There's a famous moment where Newt Gingrich basically ambushed him. Gingrich went to the floor when nobody around and attacked Democrats for being weak Cold War and O'Neill came to the floor and basically Gingrich baited him into a fight. And Neil said that's the most underhanded thing I think he said. And Trent Lott stood up and said that should be stricken from the record. I think it was lot who stood up and said and it was stricken from the record. Basically they baited him into a fight and he got flustered And and he disparaged member house on that on the floor of the house which means it gets stricken from the record and the funny thing then is the person who comes into Appeal to comedy and fellow feeling is Jim Wright who would then of course later go onto speaker and be driven from that post by Newt Gingrich. But O'Neill wasn't so fast so I don't know how he would be in the twitter a universe see Trent Lott. I talk to you for seventeen hours. We'll try to keep it to five because everything you say causes me to think of five more things to ask you. I mean thinking about Trent Lott for a second. We're talking about thought experiments in different generations. What happened to Trent Lott? He said a thing and he had to go reminded the thing he said so what he said was if I recall right Strom Thurmond was retiring. It didn't he say something like you know. In honor of Thurman had he been elected maybe America would would have been better. Yes yes I think. He said we wouldn't have some of the problems we have today. Right I think and and boy Roy was their reaction right. Because what he's talking about is his Strom Thurmond's segregationist past Thurman of course had changed and there were also you know at this point. Republicans would say wait. Wait a minute now. Robert Byrd was considered a line of the Democrat 'cause but he had once been a member of the. Hey Hey if a person like Trent Lott today Senate majority leader. A leader of a party said that thing would there be the same reaction now. You can say whatever. Well it's it's a fascinating question. It also echos with if people have made the larger case about Richard Nixon would he have there been an instance in which Republican senators went to Richard Nixon. I mean nobody went to Donald Trump and would the enforcing mechanisms ends of media the way it works today and partisanship the way it works today and Richard Nixon was elected with in half the states. He won had democratic senators so there was much more split ticket voting. It's just a different kind kind of structural country politically if Richard Nixon lived in the world. Today I think you can make a pretty strong case that he would not have felt the pressure to resign. So that's the big version of what you're asking asking. Would I mean look at. The governor of Virginia was able to ride out a black face controversy in a way other politicians were not there is I think it's certainly possible. Trent Lott could have stayed in. Today's environment is that good or bad. Well it's an excellent. This is in fact a version of the debate that we had in the Democratic Party when Joe Biden is one of his arguments is I can make deals with these people in a way that a lot of people argued that that Washington doesn't exist anymore but he said I made deals with people in the past that were you know We got got things done well. Some of those people were segregationists so a lot of people were horrified by what Biden head said but we are in a redefining moment. End about what compromises are required to make progress and by the way what is progress in an institution that only eighteen percent of the country believes in. So they're saying wait a minute years it that high putting on. When did they get that? You're putting on pause these universal truths for the purposes of making in an institution that we all think is horrible work more efficiently like it doesn't make sense on the other hand. The balance of power system has served US pretty well and in the balance of power. The system you'RE GONNA end up making some compromises with people about things that are not perfect and the weird thing about that is. Maybe I'm just not even thinking about it. Not right but you have people who consider themselves whether left or the right things that they want. Some of them would probably brand themselves to be idealistic and they want to do these things. Change the world fight. Climate change had have less income inequality but yet the way they wanna go about doing. It is through rhetoric of not working with the other side and not talking about unity. Because that's futile and naive. And so you slip into cynicism a little bit and how do you think about that balance between wanting to make the world better and have your ideals. We realized we call that idealism in the sense through cynical politics well it's always been the trick of governing is that you have to appeal and believe in the high minded ideals while all the while recognizing and working in a system that's flawed and you hopefully and this is true with personal ambition to because a lot of these people are doing this all for their own personal glory and fame and so so the difference between being a hero in the nave is whether you put your ambition towards larger American goals and so if you are doing things in the dirtiness of politics ticks for the larger goal. That's basically what politics is. The problem is that you can do things that are so dirty that you undermine the ultimate goal. The challenge right now is that we basically run presidencies as executive order an executive action Offices and so now you have Democrats doing what the Republicans did which is saying here my list of executive actions. I'm GonNa come when you do the minute. You come in and enact all of those you've you've basically killed compromise with Congress because all the Republicans will say this is you know. We'll say version of what the Democrats are saying now. So you in order to deliver on your promises. You're basically cutting off the system of of cooperation between Congress and the presidency. Could you little bit on the clock. You can come in and you can push through. I mean some people think that Obama did that with the affordable care act. You know he got important Morton signature achievement through but that thwarted all sorts of other things that he wanted to do later. Do by that I think so but I think people would also say you know. He could have foreseen that it was going to end up the way it did. And and so why waste the time going through the bipartisan charade. They would've they would say he should have just rammed through on the in the first instance and not wasted did all that time. I think we have to think about opportunity costs in the presidency in a different way than we do. which is if you achieve something? It's going to cost. It's either GONNA cost in time or partisanship chip and this again might be away which Donald Trump is operating in the world as it is not as it should be and he decided okay. They're not going to like me no matter what I do so I'm just GonNa go this way. They may be even more angry at me than they would have been otherwise but they're always going to be angry and never vote with me anyway. So I'm just going to operate in this in this lane. So he really is playing three D chess yes. I don't know that he's playing three chess or he's it's not the Fox. It's the Hedgehog I mean. He's just saying use everything I mean. We know the reporting on on this of course horse from so many different sources but carry owning and Phil Rutgers Book has this which is like I want it done and I don't mind if laws are broken we hear this from Kirstin Nielsen from Rex Tillerson. I don't mind if laws are broken in the process sorted out later this is this is very when Truman was going to basically take the armed forces horses and have them operate the steel mills. He was like do it now and they can. We can sort it out in the courts later. That's the approach. He's taken the presidency. And just basically bypassed all of those when when George W Bush came into office after Bush v Gore. He thought the first thing I have to do is work on something with Democrats to build kind of little sense of bipartisanship so that we can operate great in Washington. You know he wanted to. And that's just not the approach that trump has taken we're gonNA get emails about your trump truman comparison so you want to address that sure. Well No I. What I'm I'm saying is if you look at the things that Truman did? And the way in which he used the oval used the the presidency it was. I'm going to do these things and you and we'll sort it out later. It was. It was a very muscular use at the presidency and president trump sees the presidency in the same in the same way. And I think if you look at the things that Truman said out loud that would be difficult to imagine politicians saying today including about his own Democrats and how he interfered in the Democratic primary in nineteen sixty I mean truman was a power and a force in. It's one of the reasons he's he. He has come to some historical claim but he was not a person who didn't test the boundaries of his of his presidency and maybe people thought that more than they would have otherwise because he was underestimated estimated yes he was underestimated and Stakes were high. I mean the country was coming out of the war. I mean goodness. He almost gave a speech in which he said. Basically the the railroad railroad labor leaders should be hung and Clark Clifford jumps in and takes speech. This is why it was good for trimming. There was no twitter. They take speech and say this is. You cannot say this out loud you. You can't say that there should in the speech and says hang a few traders. He's talking about Labor leaders of the railroad system so he had a very kind of get it done. Get it done now. Approach that you have endless cable coverage of his behavior if he did it in today's environment talking about the president so more for or against the presidency you you recently wrote the following. We are a president obsessed nation so much so that we undermine the very idea of our constitutional democracy and I take it. You don't mean we're obsessed with this particular president you mean the president generally right and there's obviously an obsession with this particular president but in general we're obsessed with the presidency..

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'A big deal': Florida braces for Hurricane Dorian

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

'A big deal': Florida braces for Hurricane Dorian

"Already in hurricane Dorian's unpredictable nature spared Porter Rico CBS is John Dickerson on what may lie ahead for the sunshine state hurricane Dorian is now expected to hit even harder than previously thought prompting all widens state of emergency in Florida Dorian is now on track to make landfall early Monday that's Labor Day as a powerful category four hurricane it could be the strongest direct hit to Florida's east coast since hurricane Andrew in nineteen ninety two the president cancelled his trip to Poland hopefully we'll get lucky but it looks to me like this time it's heading in one direction all indications are to get hit very hard and it's going to be

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tonight I'm John Dickerson we begin with breaking news a verdict in a case that could set the stage for dozens maybe hundreds of new lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies in the first state opioid case to make it to trial a judge in Oklahoma late today ruled Johnson and Johnson helped fuel the state's opioid crisis and ordered the company to pay more than a half a billion dollars to the state Omar via front guy has the latest including what Johnson and Johnson is saying tonight Omar I am answering an abatement plan that consists of cost totaling five hundred seventy two million one hundred two thousand and twenty eight dollars judge fat bald men concluded the state approved pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson ended subsidiary Jansen caused a public health emergency in Oklahoma state Attorney General Michael hunter one up you what sells in Oklahoma began to skyrocket the death toll from an intentional prescription drug related overdoses mounted leaving in its wake broken homes families and communities the state estimates the opioid epidemic has killed some six thousand Oklahomans in nineteen years in twenty seventeen days soon Johnson and Johnson Purdue pharma and temple pharmaceuticals for aggressively marketing opioids to doctors will significantly down playing the addiction risks tebe and produce settled for more than three hundred million dollars Johnson and Johnson vows to appeal but Johnson and Johnson did not cause the opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma or anywhere in this country Anya Radcliffe.

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CBS News announces anchor changes

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01:10 min | 1 year ago

CBS News announces anchor changes

"Four some big changes at CBS news. The network announced today that Nora Donnell will be moving from CBS this morning to the CBS evening news as anchor and managing editor she talked about the move on the morning show today, noting that show have some pretty big shoes to fill. Looking through some things that Walter Cronkite said, you know, and he he said, I can't imagine a person becoming a success in life without giving everything they've got. And so I'm going to give this everything I've got king announce the changes on CBS this morning. She said it's not yet clear what will happen to currency BS evening. News host Jeff glory, boys. We all know is fantastic journalists and trusted colleague here is a ward winning reporting shed, light on important issues and highlighted the amenity in our world is conversation. Do should know CBS's continue. We all very much that he will continue working here. We'll be his decision. King will remain on CBS this morning, and we'll be joined by longtime CBS journalist, Anthony Mason and correspondent Tony to COPA and the current co-anchor. John Dickerson will move to sixty

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

CBSCBS And Gayle King discussed on Pat Farnack

"Major shakeup has been now this morning across CBS news CBS this morning host. Gayle king made the announcement this big day for neuro dommage. He's been named have you heard anchor and managing editor of the CBS evening news in our world of television journalism. There is no job that carries a product tradition or more crucial and current responsibility. Norah O'Donnell is moving from CBS this morning to the CBS evening news, looking through some things that Walter Cronkite set, you know, and he he said, I can't imagine a person becoming a success in life without giving everything they've got. And so I'm going to give this everything I've got Benchley the CBS evening. News will move from New York City to Washington DC, all this brings big changes to CBS this morning. John Dickerson is moving to sixty minutes. Gayle king staying as host of CBS this morning. She'll be joined by Anthony Mason and Tony to

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CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

"Morning. There is a shakeup underway at CBS news this morning. The network announced major changes to its flagship shows this Gayle king on CBS this morning. We are announcing some major changes today moving forward working to get even better at what we do. Those major changes come amid ratings concerns for CBS this morning and also for the CBS evening news. And also after a series of harassment revelations rocked this network in recent years joining us now with more NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik morning. David. Hey, do to what is happening CBS. And why why is it happening now? So let's first talk about what's happening. You're going to see Nora O'Donnell, leave CBS this morning. It's that's their their morning news show, and she's going to become the anchor of CBS evening news. You know, the newscast once host by Dan rather on kites storage show. She's replacing Jeff glor- who's been there less. Than eighteen months. You're going to see a little bit of rotating chairs happening on the morning show. She is doing that John Dickerson's going to leave the morning show and the coin correspondent for a sixty minutes. And you're going to see the remaining this show built around. Gayle king who's been there who's really a sword in recent years, but particularly even in the last year landing a bunch of news making interviews, including a memorable one with our Kelly's been accused of so many crimes memorable interview to say the least. Yeah, really intense and really brilliantly handled by king, and she'll be joined by Anthony Mason longtime Saturday morning show host. He's been a longtime evening news anchor Fillon at a correspondent for the network. Anthony Mason, we'll also be joined by a twenty dokoupil a correspondent for for the network, and those those figures will be rotating in and around these these major programs, and what about the timing is is there something. Significant that CBS is going through all the shuffling at this moment. What does it tell us will even seeing a lot of coverage in a lot of rumors and speculation about what was going to happen? CBS had won some audience and also gotten a lot of morale boost by pursuing harder news edge for its morning show and for the evening news, and yet ratings had sagged in recent years, Jeff chlorine, some ways was expected to be the solution. He replaced got Pelley after Kelly's ratings after initial boost had had declined and there've been some tension between Pelley, the former anchor and former CBS news president David Rhodes glare was supposed to solve onto this under under roads and had not done. So and there've been a question of what's going to happen to pairing of John Dickerson, quite brilliant. Former moderator of face the nation had not had the same level of success as the morning show. It had under Charlie rose. And so they said something's going to happen. Too risky was named at the beginning of the year to shake things up in the shakeup was hers. So is. Is it just about ratings or how much of this has to do with the the sexual harassment scandals that we've seen this network through? Well, you seen a network. The network rocked by sexual harassment scandal from the top les Moonves, the chairman of CBS the entire parent network Inc. As well as Jeff Fager, the former chairman of CBS news in the longtime executive producer, sixty minutes, which is far and away in some ways, the most important show, certainly money maker for CBS CBS evening news CBS this morning. Have sort of been perennial third rated shows Charlie Rose's departure from CBS this morning in late twenty seven teen really rocked the chemistry and rock the stability of CBS news, but they had hoped to Dickerson could stabilize that. This sentence is the latest domino to fall from that. They want to stabilize the show want to stabilize the network insurance scheme particularly wants to show it's hers, and she's going to find a path forward for CBS. All right. Big changes today at

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CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:15 min | 1 year ago

CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

"Breaking up the CBS morning team. You're gonna promote Norah O'Donnell to the evening. News chair looking gonna move. John Dickerson to sixty minutes. Nuoro Donal become the anchor and the managing editor of the CBS evening news and the show will be moving from New York City to Washington in the fall replace Jeff glor- whose future. With CBS up in the air. And Gayle king announced the changes this hour on CBS this morning and cleared the air about that story in the post last week that claim that she O Donnell didn't get along Thursday. I'm flying to London to do the Royal. We're working our prime time live special the newsbreaks one thirty. They'd Gayle is elbowing nor is insisting that nor leave CBS this morning. It's so amazing to me that after seven years together that now people would say that you and I have some beef. I have no beef you you have no beef of me, Tina Brown, summed it up very nicely. She said this never happens to men this kind of a cutthroat business that the the reality is it's too great jobs for teen. Great women. She said, and I also think I know that that's true. The new co host on CBS this morning, Anthony, Mason Antonia Koby starting on may twentieth. In some of the well, the most non no nonsense conversation about changes at a TV network that we've heard in this town in quite some time. I

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Bernie Sanders is running for president

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders is running for president

"Senator Bernie Sanders is now the tenth candidate in a crowded democratic field of presidential contenders. And he proved yesterday he can still raise money CBS's. Nancy Cordes what's going to be different? This time. We're going to win in an interview with John Dickerson and a video online. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he's picking up where he left off three years ago. Revolutions do not happen overnight within four hours. He had already raised a million dollars a reminder of the progressive groundswell. That drove him to twenty three caucus and primary victories in twenty

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Senator Bernie Sanders, John Dickerson And Hillary Clinton discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Senator Bernie Sanders, John Dickerson And Hillary Clinton discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"And we're going to begin tonight with an expanding field and a growing debates today Bernie Sanders said he is in for twenty twenty becomes a tense candidate any democratic field. Sanders who challenge Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen is the only candidate calling himself, a democratic socialist and his entry stirs new discussion about whether the country is heading his way or the other. Here's Nancy Cortes. What's going to be different? This time. We're going to win in an interview with John Dickerson and a video online. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he's picking up where he left off three years ago. Revolutions do not happen overnight within four hours. He had already raised a million dollars a reminder of the progressive groundswell. That drove him to twenty three caucus and primary victory

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Jeff Flake won't run for prez, joins CBS News as a contributor

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Jeff Flake won't run for prez, joins CBS News as a contributor

"Was as Chris Barnes reports. A former lawmaker has a new job on TV former Arizona Republican Senator Jeff flake is officially joined CBS news as a contributor flake will be working on a series of pieces that will look for common ground in the United States. According to the CBS this morning co host John Dickerson and flake, wait in decide efforts to pass comprehensive. Criminal Justice reform is one example flake announcing back on Tuesday. He will not be challenging President Trump in twenty twenty

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Cindy McCain Gives First Interview Since Her Husband's Death

24 Hour News

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Cindy McCain Gives First Interview Since Her Husband's Death

"The wife of the late. Senator John McCain describes the political discourse today as awful, Cindy, McCain talked with CBS this morning co host John Dickerson about the state of politics today as well as what life has been like since her husband's death in everything. I do I think gosh. Well, John, do you know what what would he think? Or what would he tell me to do was there? A particular instance, where you thought this is exactly what he would say. Oh my gosh. I find especially in this political climate now, I find myself saying things, I know that he would have Nelly said or thought about which is kind of fun. What do you think he would say about kind of where things are now? I think he'd say a lot of things I think he's I think he would be terribly frustrated me. No. He was the one that was the kind of the conscience of the Senate, and we've lost his voice. And and Consequently, I saw an elective process this year, unlike anything I've ever seen, and I think many people would say that it was abominable. He would he would. I know quite frankly would have said enough this is this is not only wrong, but it's bad for the country. He had you talk about the respect and dignity which existed after extraordinary fights. He had some tough fights with George Bush with Brock Obama, John always said a fight. Not join is a fight not enjoyed. I think many of our leaders fail to remember nowadays that disagreement is part of the process disagreement is but not distressed listen. We're all Americans. We're all here for the same reason and trust is part of this trust, and knowing that people are there for the right reasons, and they are I believe in the process, and I know John did you've spoken out at various times in politics. Not often, but occasionally yes, I got myself in trouble before. But enjoying the fight the way Senator whatever how does that role change for you now? Well, you know, I am not an elected official, but I do have the right to my own opinion. One thing John said music, you stay high stay high on these things. And and I agree. I agree after the senator's death autumn people thought, well, Cindy McCain. She should take the did you ever talk about that? With the Senator no did anybody ever approach you. And did you ever think about it? Approach from a bunch of different directions. Yes. I have my job right now is to make sure my family's. Okay. And make sure that we are you moving on in the right direction. So if you're not going to run for office. Megan this, Jack. ADM have political aspirations. So I think we'll see one possibly to do it. There are two. I know that won't. But I there's two there that I think well you wanna fill that ballot out for us. It is who's thinking. But I think they're all they've all grown up in politics. It's hard not to you either. Catch the bugger you don't that is Cindy McCain with CBS this morning co hosts

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"john dickerson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"About this. The woman wants to talk. We felt this was important. Did she want to talk or should we talk after being contacted by the New Yorker, she spoke? She didn't initiate this week got in touch with her. She thought it over for six days as she searched her memories to try as her lawyers coached her on her memories and make sure she was confident of it. And when she felt she was and she retained an attorney. She said she wanted to talk to us and tell her story, and what she's saying is quite forthright there that she was inebriated that night as she says was cavenaugh and the other kids they were freshmen ill, and she's saying that she thinks the FBI needs to come in and investigate this. Now, she says Jane that there are gaps in her memory, are you okay with her story knowing she said that I was very drunk that night. And there are big gaps in my memory. The story is very transparent about what she does and doesn't remember. But I I so yes, I am absolutely one hundred percent comfortable with the story. I've done a lot of reporting on it talk to on numerous other people. And the fact that Kavanagh's friends who've signed a letter for him are also the people that she identifies as being in the party. It's not surprising, really if they don't want to say more. They're basically saying they don't remember. And. This is the state of journalism male. We push we pushed and we pushed. We've got people in that era talking about drunken parties, and we're so somehow supposed to believe that all of that gets tied together. And that's why you do the story. Even though the New York Times says we couldn't find any corroboration perhaps after six days of being coached by. I don't know. Some democrat paid lawyer. Maybe do you. Remember this? Do you? Remember this? Do you remember this? It's so easy to plant something in somebody's brain. Don't you? Remember ex don't you? Remember why John Dickerson Dan gets in the act and John Dickerson wants to know about the witnesses. Corroborating witness says it has all the details including Kavanagh's name where did that come from? And where did that witness get the information about this from if if that person doesn't know Ramirez? A great question that person doesn't know Romeros, but she remembers lots of parties. And she remembers a lot of people getting drunk, you know, both men and women freshman getting drunk. I mean, there's you know, there's a newsflash to freshman going off to college have drunken parties. Wow. I never knew that. So Dickerson wants to know. This woman doesn't remember this party doesn't remember this woman. How do you justify using that person as a witness? He remembers it from from. He was in the same dorm same same little building on yells sold campus earlier. Yeah. It's easy for people to say. Oh, yeah. I remember I remember frat parties and sorority parties, and it was always in the same place. Yeah. Of course, I remember that. And I remember seeing all these different people. They're all there were hundreds of different people all the time. So that personnel Persian muscle. And he remembers it clearly I asked him, you know, very careful. Did he see it? No such said, no. He didn't see it. Everybody wants an investigation. This investigation is done. He heard it from someone who was there. You know, what that is? The lawyer stands up in the courtroom and says your honor object hearsay. The witnesses testifying about something. He heard from another person about the matter at hand. In other words, the witness on the stand has no firsthand knowledge, and is only testifying about what he heard about the incident from somebody else hearsay inadmissible. Every first year law student, the has taken the first course in civil procedure knows hearsay is inadmissible. Objection sustained and as I said. We interviewed him and I said to him. Are you sure that it was bred Kavanagh? He said, I am a hundred percent sure. But he was not at the party. He was into the party. But he's a hundred percent sure was Brett capital. This is the bizarro world that we live in. They're demanding investigation. Which by the way. I wanna point out something I looked up to Maryland statute of limitations today. For rape. And there was no allegation of rape anywhere in any of these stories. There is no statute of limitations for rape. Now. There is a question because that was changed a couple of years ago. Would it apply? Even if there was an allegation of rape a new statute of limitations does a grandfather. In oak cases. I doubt it. Because once the statute tolls. In other words, once the statute blocked something from being prosecuted, you can't then legislatively reach back and say, well, even though the statue of limitations has expired. We're going to reach back and we're gonna play a new statute of limitations. No because the statute has told Teo L E D, it has told for those cases, and you therefore now can't reach back violation of due process. But. For all the other lesser included just sexual battery cases, sexual assault sexual harassment. The statute of limitations has long since told and under Maryland law. I don't care. How many prosecutors you take this to they can investigate it all they want and they can come back, and they can say, yeah, we looked into it. But guess what? Even if we think it's a good case, we're not going to prosecute because the statute of limitations has run. Let's ask ourselves. This. Do we really want to go back.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"W John Dickerson of face the nation, author whistle-stop. I just had a great conversation with Taylor at really enjoyed it closed. We are back and pleasure to introduce the distinguished gentleman who's been writing for decades and decades his name is Erin foster lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma and began writing appoint his retirement. At an elderly age. I certainly congratulate me at three writing courses college. Hasn't. He has written three four book. Books, and we're going to talk about the last one for fifty thousand word novels and ninety short stories, and that's really quite amazing. And he's just completed his most recent book Cassiopee, the story of a man who has lost at all. A widow in a range in need of restaurant in a ranch in need of restoration. Welcome to the show and congratulations for having the intestinal fortitude to do what seems like an impossible task Hawaii. Aaron what's the what's this latest book about why did you write it? The last one. Kazunori? Okay. Well. God gave me a lot of. Ideas gave me imagination that most people don't have. Am I speaking with tragedy? Guy. Stories for this tragedy. It turns out to be wonderful. A lot of things. It's a simple story there. Not that book so far. These books based upon your own experiences. No, no. Imagine nation. All right. What was the purpose of doing this and starting late in life? What what motivated you? I always wanted to write. And I read when I was a child growing up. We were so poor. Couldn't have I couldn't go do anything that I could go with a library. Bokan rate almost. When I was in the army, I made a high enough great. I could've been altered date, but I didn't ever call again. Education. You know, where not I call it. Army? It's been a fruitful experience in a rewarding. When I guess what is what is the central part of the joy, you've experienced from writing three new you and inciteful books. Everything. The floor. High dollar equipment. Break done everything I've been talks in thank. Over oklahoma. What what school when other seventeen? Seventeen. All kinds of. What's been the response of those who have read the book? What are they coming? What are they come away until you? Well, they said it's a wonderful book, and I'm not making that up. Okay. All kinds of people. I said they'd just loved every data that make. They didn't want me. She says don't tell me 'cause I wanna. With the rest of the Arab. Walnuts. Written has has loved it. Dot. All away. All right. The book is published by the way by Fulton books. I'm sorry. What? Well, I'm working on right now. I think probably all right. But this current book is published by Fulton books. Full box is the is the publisher. But let's let's move on with the view. I have a feeling you're not a younger gentleman. But my guess is going to be writing an additional book. So along the way. October the first out over the first nineteen twenty eight that makes me ninety years old my next. -gratulations? And obviously this is the best medicine for you. And I wanna I wanna take this time to thank you. So much for. Coming on. And we look forward to having you want for your next book. Okay. Okay. I'll be I'll be glad that the by. You you make it easy. Well, it's really very nice. Age foster. CAS? The story of a man who was lost at all. A widow in a ranch in need of restoration. Human interest stories nothing touches you like human interest story. So again, congratulations. Aaron we have to move along. Here. It's been great having you. And we've got a couple of more guests coming up. During the course of this hour, as I said, it's a very very busy hour and. Think the last two guests as well. So I just wanted to quickly touch upon. Little bit of the moves. We don't have much much time. We're not doing news Walla ticks today. So let me just say that. The battle goes on Kudlow. Larry cudlow is now made the statement that United States is now the world's fastest growing economy. And. Trump heading up into the battles again. Dinner at the White House. An attempt to face tough tariff crowd. And. Seven. Conference. So there's lots going on and. If you ever heard anything about James, call me and. You know, the stories are packed with new information. There's a report now that Muller Muller. Probiotics. Witnesses to turnover phones. Stinger. I don't even know how you can say. Can you say it's getting messy messy can get out Logan Utah? And yet. I hope they will be favourable and justifiable outcome to all of this because it's cost millions and millions of dollars. But it's cost much more than that. The amount of time the amount of money the amount of aggravation the amount of lives that have been affected by the lights of Loretta Lynch. John brennan. James Clapper, Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama McCabe. Begin call me and Molly himself. It's just it's been extraordinary, and what shakes me is the insensitivity insensitivity that person. Guilty of nothing..

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White House flag flies at full staff as nation honors John McCain

24 Hour News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

White House flag flies at full staff as nation honors John McCain

"John McCain's death over. The weekend at Eighty-one brought an end to a story political. Career some. Paid tribute today at the US embassy in Hanoi McCain spent more than five. Years as a prisoner during the Vietnam war in Hanoi our coverage begins with CBS's Steve Futterman outside the funeral. Home here in Phoenix were John McCain's body remains today a steady stream of people is paying respects to the late Senator because John McCain was exempt Defied personal integrity some have brought American flags this woman brought flowers. And pointed out she didn't always vote for, John McCain, I'm a. Democrat and I am very, proud to. Be here to honor him. In any way I can the long simmering feud between President Trump and McCain apparently continues even after McCain has died there are reports. Today that the president intentionally chose not to praise McCain as a hero following, his death there was no former White House statement instead the, president issued a simple tweet saying nothing about McCain rather, only offering sympathy to the McCain family there has been no comment from the family here. In Arizona I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House with flags are flying at full staff this morning reporters noticed them at half staff yesterday, there's no explanation as to why the flags haven't been lowered today or why the president hasn't issued a proclamation. Ordering them lowered the White House isn't commenting flags at the capital under the control of house Senate leadership are flying at half staff out of respect, for

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Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

"The tony awards handed out in new york city last night at radio city music hall winning for leading actor in a play andrew garfield for his wrenching portrayal of a man battling aids and visions in angels in america that play also won best revival the purest spirit of humanity also tony winner tonight firsttime nominee lindsay mendez for her featured role in the musical carousel i just want to say how proud i am to be a part of a community that celebrates diversity that's

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Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

24 Hour News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

"The tony awards handed out in new york city last night at radio city music hall winning for leading actor in a play andrew garfield for his wrenching portrayal of a man battling aids and visions in angels in america that play also won best revival the purest spirit of humanity also tony winner tonight firsttime nominee lindsay mendez for her featured role in the musical carousel i just want to say how proud i am to be a part of a community that celebrates diversity that's wcbs tv's dave carlin report a

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27 new women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct

Jason and Alexis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

27 new women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct

"Welcome back everybody we are the home of everything entertainment of that means we get the dirt alert from elizabeth ries every day hello elizabeth guys nice to be with you boy it's going to be tough for me to get through any stories besides the breaking big one this morning and this is about charlie rose and a bombshell report in the washington post so i'm just gonna alert this that that is going to be the dirt today oh that nothing had come out about his time at cbs and so sort of the story was that this was his behavior and definitely his pattern of inappropriate abusive harassing behavior but it hadn't happened during his time at cbs you know he'd only been on the cbs morning show for you know what four or five or five years thanks jason but here's what the washington post found out when they did massive investigation over a fivemonth period the washington post investigated one hundred and seven current and former cbs news employee's as well as two dozen others who worked at rose at other television programs many of them who were interviewed spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were afraid of retaliation and so then the post says that they corroborated the accounts with other people an additional twenty seven women fourteen cbs news employees and thirteen who worked with him elsewhere said rose sexually harassed them concerns about charlie rose behavior were reportedly flag to managers at the network as early as nineteen eightysix and as recently as april of twenty seventeen when charlie rose was coanchor of cbs this morning and this the washington post is quoting multiple people with firsthand knowledge of the conversations are have gaels reaction that you spoke of elizabeth's you would you like me to play love that thank you jason gaels reaction coming out of that story take a listen anthony i have a very bad case of deja vu i have to say i feel sick to my stomach and i don't know what to say about this you know when when the story first broke i said charlie was my friend i still consider him a friend i know that's probably not the politically correct thing to say this moment but i don't believe in abandoning friends when they're down that said this is very troubling very disturbing and you can't discount what these women are saying i know all of the men who were mentioned in the management the management that they're saying they're too i've great respect for them and and this is what i know i don't know what more we can do to charlie rose except a public flogging he's gone he's not coming back to cbs news norah o'donnell john dickerson and i or the new team we are working very hard here i know that we bring up quality broadcast surrounded by a quality team and all we can continue to do do the best possible possible job that we can but you see these allegations you hear the stories and it just makes you sick all over there's gail there down in office hallway to a recording studio and she says that the culture there was that people said what they wanted to they did what they wanted to you what about the managers yeah you're absolutely right i told you take the whole dirt alert thank you for bringing you the latest

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Cigna reports nearly half of Americans suffer from loneliness

News, Traffic and Weather

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Cigna reports nearly half of Americans suffer from loneliness

"Technology other screen time activities even watching youtube videos this game is intended for kids thirteen and up and adults but any kind of game i think kids play yo card or anything on the switch and you have to set the screen time limits a lot of new technology comes with parental controls so you can say after an hour it'll shut off right lesson when when my kids say let me just finish this game well let them finish that one and then then pull the plug i had this fight every night but also if you die early then you haven't really finished the game you really got to re up and then really have a good run before you feel completely finished dan ackerman john dickerson thank you a new survey claims loneliness in america is at an epidemic level the health companies cigna says it found nearly half of all americans report sometimes or always feeling alone fortythree percent feel that they're isolated from others the survey of more than twenty thousand adults used a list of twenty questions to score people on what's known as the ucla loneliness scale people eighteen to twenty two years old so called generation z showed the highest loneliness scores cygnus president says he views physical mental and social health is being interconnected and he fills the study shows a worrisome lack of human connection some brooks now from the kcbs super micro muddy isn't rebecca wall street does not have high hopes for apple's earnings report do after the.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Yeah that's that's that's us to have you don't bring near an open flame both of i'm blind next week when yeah we notably so we had is probably smoother yes very much more dairy deal yeah yeah so what is your moon moon shiner john dickerson or my moonshine china is that is about the nigerian prince michael any eu shown you maybe he resides in in louisiana in a town of louisiana any of course has not from nigeria but he is facing two hundred and sixty nine counts of wire fraud and one count of money laundering he's a 67yearold louisiana man and he is your nigerian official who claims that he's been the beneficiary of a will and they'll get a million dollars if you send him uh your bank account in some moonshine and anyway he is the but he was busted after an eighteen month investigation as one of those nigerian princes that we've all heard from in our email in boxy lives 33 miles northeast of new orleans bond i would always get in your money and how multiply at your hate exactly a game is still on it's just slightly changed the parameters he's got a million dollars but he's temporarily indisposed in need you to hold onto it for a little while before he's able to be at liberty again i thought a lot of those manjarin of princes were actually nigerians for west african that we've just i'm disappointed japan aerial nigerians yet necessarily royalty in not not royalty fenway emily when you're having your moonshine and coq as you do it for you every couple of hours when we betray honoring about i read to really good books of a break salvage the balance and saying unburied sang by jasmine ward and if you have not read either of these books i really recommend just reeling one after the other they're both short they sort of.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"Owns you're listening to the takeout your tuesday takeout uptake as vesey ally major garrett no tidal required deep scars no title required where you're cohost nasty she gareth one title is required world's greatest podcast that's right john dickerson is our most special guest you know i'm on face the nation end through his various podcasts three of them look him up john we have three threshold questions we put to all of our guests here at the take up by the way happy sound year round us quite sound may want restaurant the ancestral home with his podcast delightful chinese restaurant just a couple of blocks from cbs bureau johnny probably been her performer oh my gosh as an man an attorney attitude can you hear a lot of yes so three threshold questioned in this special one of the most or the most influential book in your life music you are most likely to listen to on a long flight or a long drive and one of your or your absolute favorite movie is there great questions i i'm in one sense paralysed by them because you think like oh my god and you think of different stages your life remote the most the most important nonreligious book would be and this is going to send really odd his heart of darkness because joseph conrad yes because he was a book that i was in english major and it was the book that i then so i read it for class and then i ended up doing my thesis on it and or on series of konrad novels and so it was the first book that i really like when and took took it apart but all the parts out on the lawn figured them all out put it back together like you know just i've two copies of the book and they are.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"It's good for them don't you're listening to the take out i hope you'll love the show as much as i knew that major garrett joined by steve sugars world's greatest podcast sidekick and political director cbs new zealand's the hello made her john dickerson is are very special guest you know on twitter john dickerson has what you might call a presence one point eight five million followers you are humble host has one tenth of that so some day well probably never you're going to get i'll be at that level never know let's let's just note i've heard about no possible way i've gone about five thousand one of the ways that john dickerson has made his mark in american journalism is not just by thinking and writing he was a fantastic corresponded i read them all the time time magazine and it's late but not only does he right well think will report brilliantly part of this job is asking a really good question that elicits a memory making answer and with george w bush in the east room john dickerson did precisely that after nine eleven what would your biggest mistake be would you say and what lessons have you learned from it we should give me this written question ahead of time so i can plan for ugh john i'm sure historians will look back and say guy she could have done it better this way or that way uh uh you know i've just.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"Have one from indonesia two hundred fifty four million people in one american who wants a sticker and we'll get one richer plaza now steve moeller moller moeller from wooden ville washington rights dear ninety reviews was robert moment dear major garrett special count i recently discovered your podcast your interviews provide indepth insights into our national issues they also humanizer as your guest no matter what their politics thank you also you're the greatest podcast sidekick to cbs political director steve cheredaryk smiley face that actually sounds like it's more accurate anyway keep up the good work fake news thanks steve lovely name and one more as as our food arrives yes i would like to point out that t k i forgot to write down we're teamates from but said he enjoys the podcast it seems the guests food may grow cold during the interesting conversation so no i eat one john dickerson says john john workers better who was the former political director of cbs 4 i took that role john was he set the standard for political doctors i am not i don't feel like i'm living up to it yes although the news and sartorial standard right so there you go to khorasan more about your mom we have a sound bite your mother from a c span interview 1990 is that eighty seven or ninety seven eighty seven thank you kateyana let's listen to that now well i get a great deal of pleasure when iranian people uh who say that they became reporters because they solemnly being reported any advice to aspiring journals.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"Win you're listening to the take out by major garrett its lunchtime i'm really really hungry rid may while the ancestral home of this take out podcast john please join us at the table so i can order as i always do hear it may walk general so's chicken as big a platter is you can find john and now john dickerson our esteemed guessed what would you like could i start with some of fried pork dumplings and then i wouldn't like couldn't patrick in place that's an excellent combination mongolian beef there we go i'll keep it simple under such wait here but still a good generals those for mayor also big planning yes and then every around the room the round the room exactly food for everyone may i get vinegar and so i saw us for the dumplings the comments on miles away on his side with great there we go vinegar on the we gotta get to this level of detail on day one of your podcast dad used to have a chinese restaurant so we'll get into the family lower in just a few moments tax reform shaggy take it away let's talk about tax reform were perhaps on the hour giat's actually perhaps on the verge of or the hawks than reform let's be out and by the time is padre ops we may have senate passing a tax bill we may not wilt we'll see what happens there but i do want to bury by the hour i do want to play a soundbite will be reaction to that clip number five calcium this is going to cost me a fortune this thing believe belief this is not good for me.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"Against intercontinental ballistic missile test kateyana that's number one the please with higher frankly than any previous shot they've taken for research and development effort on their part continued building ballistic missiles that could threaten everywhere in the world basically but the bottom line is continued effort to build a threat for uplift metal threat that day endangered world p regional peace in short with the united states so dazzled as i am by the power of john dickerson i got fumbled up there that's obviously not the voice of the 45th prison united states donald trump that's james mattis defense secretary sitting with the president and the roosevelt room talking about north korea john are there lots of other issues that constantly crop up in the trump administration but in my experience this year i don't think there's one that's more constantly important in this yeah well and right and and as you know better than anybody is the one that president obama said to him that will be the most important thing that you face and i see it keeps coming up in the stakes are high be in a little bit notwithstanding the fact the prison with the asian talked about a lot and was in the region but it had been on a slightly different cast for the last couple of months because we we experienced the longest period between tests or provocations from north koreans there for a little while now it looks like they were just doing their work in the garage making making a better missile so now it's a means 'extraordinary it's now back in the middle of the conversation they're only so many times you can go through the you know we're going to increase sanctions china's got to do more um before i feel like some pressure gets built up in the system you know it because it it starts to feel like what we've seen in other other conflicts or near conflicts where the us wags of anger or maybe does sanctions may be says we're going to do something and then after the ninth time of them doing that it loses its power and and you can see this president certainly is aware of that the other thing that's happening say happy.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on The Takeout

"This is the takeout laugh why chart thai praying for your with major garrett mr gorbachev chaired down this wall this is applied and cultural change has come through american we got great again welcome to the very best part of my broadcast week i major garrett chief white house correspondent of cbs news joined is i am every single week by the world's greatest podcast site kick steve should garissa political director of cbs news hello steve hello major across the table from us here at may wa the ancestral home of the takeout podcast for a delightful lunch is not only a colleague but a friend not always the same thing ladies and gentleman you you should hear what i say about exactly friend and colleague first and foremost friend john dickerson who is the host of face the nation he is also a participant in not one not two but three different political and news oriented podcasts they are and this one is superpopular it's like a mega mega podcast it's what we aspire to in like eur twelve of the takeout slates political gap there is also the face the nation diary and whistlestop so basically any hour of any day any part of the world connected to or even slightly connected to a podcast receiver you can hear john dickerson's voice and now we're going to hear it here that take our podcast which is a moment of celebration for us both john dickerson welcome to the microphone really historic grid is art org it is it is saying don't don't you know when you're list those it's like i think i'm thinking.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of liberal uh folks for the media are now saying how and when you juxtaposed to how they were during this particular saga you'll see a breathtaking disparity between the two but the seems to be some soulsearching going on out listen to clip cbs's face the nation john dickerson uh as he talks with congresswoman jackie spear democrat out of california about democrats are that we need to look again at the sexual misconduct allegations against former president bill clinton loot fourteen dirk if you please as that cultural shift takes place some people have argued some democrats and liberals have argued that a reevaluation of vilc gbs required a what do you think about that in to be clear what the new standard is and use uh you know elements from the pass that are that are wellknown well well first of all let's remember that he did face impeachment iit wasn't as if it was just toss to the side he faced impeachment um i think that the victims who came forward uh not treated as they should have been they should have been believed because as i pointed out most people who come forward are telling the truth no europeeast everybody should look at this the return of morality in politics but little paul to you is put out of every 20th it's on the parts of occasion blog that serb un tif ice aton blog ossification blog but anyway you right here quote it seemed as if an ice age of frozen well actually you you right here's your ears uh uh on that you give us the return of morality in politics all right and then you go to say it seemed as if an ice age rose whom partisan hatefilled powell might be the end of american democracy but thankfully we may be seeing the first green shoots of a springtime renewal of personal as well as social morality in our politics unquote i have to ask a question wool potty are you heidi see a return of social morality in politics that presupposes that it was ever there to begin with your take where now i mean understand where dealings it's hard dominic quality of course but the fact is democrats are realizing that has machiavelli did about the pre it print they have to have at least in the illusion of morality out there under experience.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hidden gem sunday's on cbs's face the nation vice president mike pence starts off our broadcasting any adviser or anything the trump campaign had any contact with the russians were trying to meddle in the election democratic leader nancy pelosi what are you tell democrats who want a new direction we sat down with defense secretary james mattis keeps you awake at night i keep other people away from on senator bernie sanders the very fair i have my own opinion you can have your out of it but i wanna know european through the present united states these the john dickerson sunday's on cbs more than a major it's the right attitude serbia while times may seem a little of your best fed is the simply stay on course sedative areas listen to your friends what may sound risky may also be right option javer going this we some even looking for will casually appear before you've aquarius being good with your money is about being cell it's about being smart and by seized luck travel in good times are in the guards but they might not last forever so enjoy your are still are coming up soon we should ample opportunities doris this week may see you lucky and love ready willing an open jim ryan new way of doing things races good times bunch of new projects cancer where members of this exciting adventure begins with the most annoying of circumstances lee l welcome change of aces right around the corner you'll be able to relax soon enough and berger of you've been looking for love it'll show up at a relatively obvious way this the jr's philps are coming up soon thanks for listening this station is it a commercial break and we'll.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio his guest john dickerson cbs news and once again here's charlie rose so is the betting that sessions will be fired or sessions will quit of sessions will stay i don't know charlie in past years if you'd asked me about the bedding around a presidency you could use signals to suggest that kind of parameters i've look of the bat or the table but in in this administration you don't know whether you're playing roulette or poker twenty 21 or all pena call and so it's hard to judge exactly what the what the betting should be i mean there are reports that sessions isn't going anywhere he gave of interview with tucker carlson suggesting that doesn't go anywhere but if that's the case then then how does he work in his job where there needs to be daily in undermined his credibility zinni undermined by the president every day does this whole suggest also that the president pushed too far he would in fact indeed far bob muller while he would be tricky for me to do so you'd have to get the deputy attorney general to do so and then deputy attorney general has said he would only do so for and so you you'd get into a saturday night massacre problem which is he asked him if frozen sign didn't do it then you have to find the fire rosenstein and find somebody who could this is another curious thing about this which is okay let's imagining once jeff sessions vaughn a new attorney general would have to be go through a confirmation hearing in terms of that pushback you mentioned earlier from republicans on the hill senator grassley the chairman of the judiciary committee tweeted that there's no more room on the dock it this year for any confirmation tens of attorney general's in other words a brush back pitch to the president saying you can't get rid of your attorney general because we're not going to confirm a new one and whoever would be confirmed even if they were a sterling character would may have to make so many assurances that they wouldn't fire muller and that the president doesn't seem to be able to wouldn't be able to get out of that fixed by hiring a new attorney general's so the end game is is opaque here and hard to quite hard to sort of figure out and then there's bush brushed back from.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Stephen called there recently got a lot of negative tweets and viral negative social media and a lotta sec complains the here's the sat trump was on face the nation with john dickerson and he called it disgraced the nation and stephen colbert said when you insult one person from the cbs family un's hold all of us and he basically did this like you want to hear would an insult really sounds like and he just like let loose with his we actually very funny insult but one of them one of them was kind of obscene and some people interpreted as being homophobic because of an oral sex reference yet did that happen showing affect on you not that i mean you will first of all i do want to point out the president calling face the nation disgrace nation is pretty funny at the national prayer breakfast where he started by saying we should all pray for arnold schwarzenegger's failing ratings because what is prayer if not a time to hear petty grievances but that was funny and i do think there are times where he's trying to be funny where somebody tries to write a joke on it and we point out well in his defence he was making there's plenty to make fun of what he says that he's trying to be serious in is comes out comic but i think comedians there are times where we risk being edgy and i think that's very important but you ultimately your audience will decide what is okay and what is not okay okay so since we've been in a little humor about donald trump.

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"john dickerson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john dickerson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Anything like this that's the point folks that is precisely the point everybody's tired of the way it's always been done in everybody's tired of the way it's always looked in everybody's tired of the predictable formulaic things that said are sandon done in washington trump was sent there to shake things up he's doing it and he's not backing off from doing it here's john dickerson here's the cbs political director he was on cbs this morning he also hosts sway the nation nora o'donnell fresh from her bathwater said we we saw what can clearly be described as an unusual cabinet meeting yesterday john on each of trump secretaries praising the presidency it's an honor and a blessing to serve him odd who organized it this way in in an an and why did they do it it was an extraordinary bath of adulation i i'm not sure what the organizing principle was it was clearly at public relations effort to bolster and at presidency imagine if that were used to talk about the agenda for the forgotten man that the president ran on to talk about at the opioid crisis talk about things that were being done for the people that elected him as opposed to just merely offer injuries after praise catch that the trump should be working really opioid crisis uh trying to help people that elected him so a bunch of opioid headaches elected trump unease neglecting them it basic point this is an upper leftist here john dickerson cbs news but his point is he's this is this philly these guys up there pledging loyalty deserve trump this is a new rule we've never heard of this trump and the and the kept they should have been talking about the agenda well the fact of the matter is they did accept the drive bys are not sharing that portion of the meeting with you but they all discuss the agenda typical fake news to claim it wasn't disgust here is as a sample.

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