17 Burst results for "Jonathan Jay"

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Oh very powerful and for the longest time. I thought you know it had it was associated with your job. Your work realized that okay. I that way. Because i'm a capricorn for me. It's all about work But no it's actually nine. It has a lot to do with the element of your signs. So i think this is a really powerful article. Made me see things differently and beyond say you say that. Because i like sh- her sign is probably one of the most powerful signed was signed sheet. Got my god. Herbert vibrate the same day. Did you just figure that day years old also kicked in the grammys last night too right. She's the top leader. She has nine all right. So let's see let's find out what shin-ei what her purpose in life is hello shin-ei learning people warnings so for gemini. Gemini is in air sign because of that. You're one of the most outgoing and social signs of all the signs. Now geminis purpose in life is to bring people together. They may not realize it but they're tendency to talk to strangers at a cafe or shop or make sure that all people are invited to an events go a long way in in bringing people together. you know. i have to agree with that. I do. I talked to all kinds of people. Have you will be looking at me. Like i'm crazy but i do. That's your purpose is to bring people together and sometimes you do that and you enjoy that. You don't realize that. That's your purpose where i realized that i i gotta my eyes in the back of my head. I said hindsight twenty one eight. What's happening accent. She deals with a lot of people. So it's a good position for her. So you're the right view. Do yeah i really do. And i don't want a day and he was like what i told you. The lady asked me why so happy. That's the question everybody should want to get. Why you so happy. Have a happy thanksgiving do. I'd vinnie vinnie. What you're saying. Yeah i'm gonna aquarius. Aquarius all right. So aquarius air signs. So that makes you repeal really with authority. you're also the most compassionate sign that takes up humanitarian causes. Now your purpose in life is to make this world a better place whether it's by making advancement in any technology or by volunteering for social causes. Aquarius you need to teach the world the value of compassion and generosity. Yeah definitely a very compassionate definitely a very compassionate person for sure that that sounds pretty good. Sounds like you hit the nail on the head right there very nice. Yeah he's now. It's your job to teach everyone else to be like you. Oh yeah that's gonna be definitely going to be a tough one. That doesn't going to be a tough one for sure. I just want to tell you guys. Happy thanksgiving shut off my board that k and and i hope you guys have a good weekend. Say happy thanksgiving. Christie the scorpio it's up christie more. Hey so call for scorpio. You are a water sign. Which makes you the most passionate sign of all the signs scorpio. Put their one hundred percent into whatever they do. Scorpios are either all in or all out. Now your purpose is to show the world. How passion is the magic recipe that can that you can add really anything at to make a great and okay and second say i don't want to show the whole world debt christie. You have a great thanksgiving tomorrow. Thank you yell take john. Jay virgo virgos in earth. Sign which is why your analytical and reliable. You're always looking at how things can be better and how everyone can live in peace. Now virgos are the fixers are also very hard working so your purpose is to sweat it out and make this world a better place just like beyond say extinct things you'd be on say you really are truly born on the same day tentacle accomplishment. Didn't you were in houston once over four years. He's buried to chase the europe. Jonathan jay z. Nine grammy nominations. You have nine grammy. Nomination tried to buy t shirts for a mini midi connections overall the cayo for libra libra. The air sign. And because of that you like balance and justice they wanna hear both sides of the story before they take a stand and now your purpose. Libra is to use your unbiased. Fair stands to fight for the practical cause of the world and to make it a better place. I will fight. Yeah rich for pisces You're a water sign. And that makes you a highly connected to emotions. You're extremely creative at intuitive promote art music poetry or any other form of expression that's a creative outlet for the soul. Now your purpose in life is to promote our and stuff expression okay. Good i love that you can do that with music joe capricorn. Since kaplan is an earth sign. They offer support credibility and reliability to their friends and family. They're the true examples of friends that are family now. It capricorn's purpose in life is to teach the world the importance of nurturing and supporting loved ones. I've always noticed that that's just an me to like. Try to support someone and help someone and nurture everyone though. It's interesting how i didn't realize that. That was in a category at the catholic. Which is hard workers and didn't do all that nurturing but it's in the sign if we didn't get to your sign it's up on our website at jonty enrich dot com kyle. What's one store. You're working on for three things we need to know. There is one a holiday gift that has completely blown up like in a good way. It's like selling out everywhere. It's not the xbox and it's all because of netflix's. I'll tell you three things you need to know next. Which on jane rich what's it. We need to know for three things we need to know. Or what do we need to know last month. Net flex had the queen's gambit at number one for quite some time and if you didn't see the show basically it follows a female prodigy chess player and now chess sales are going through the roof. You guys there's one toy analyst who said literally chess sets out of stock like everywhere they say sales. Were up over a thousand percent because of the interest in chess because of the queen's gambit so if you were thinking hey maybe that maybe be a good thing it might be kind of hard to find him than hunger games..

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On June, Fourth Nineteen, eighty, six Jonathan Jay Pollard along with his wife, an pleaded guilty to crimes against the United States polar admitted he had committed espionage for the state of Israel, delivering them US military secrets in exchange for money. He ultimately received a life sentence for his crimes. Upon first glance, one wouldn't expect Jonathan. A spy around face, receding hairline and thick rimmed glasses, he looked more like an accountant than James, bond or Jason. Bourne, and yet between nineteen, eighty-four, four and nineteen, eighty-five polar provided Israel with approximately one thousand classified documents, the bulk of which pertained to the Middle East for years polar desperately wanted to be a spy, or at least play the role of one after being rejected in nineteen, seventy nine. Nine to join the CIA. He managed to get a job with naval intelligence. Shockingly, the writing was on the wall early on that. Pollard shouldn't be trusted to keep high level intelligence. He was known to abuse drugs especially during his college years and had delusions of grandeur. He claimed that his father was a CIA agent in Prague and that the IRA once kidnapped his fiancee, neither of which was true. It's unclear exactly how or why someone with such fanciful stories would be allowed to obtain any kind of clearance for sensitive documents, but he did, and in nineteen, eighty four, he was promoted to analyst for the naval. Criminal Investigation Service working specifically in anti-terrorism. It wasn't long after that he finally got to be what he always wanted to be..

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"To today in true crime podcast original today, recovering Jonathan Jay Pollard an intelligence analyst who divulged highly classified information to Israel. Let's go back to a Washington D. C. Courthouse on the morning of June fourth nineteen, eighty six. Thirty one year old Jonathan Jay Pollard stood before U S. District Court Judge Aubrey Robinson with sweat beading down his face standing beside Pollard, his hand, his wife, twenty five year old, an Henderson Pollard as the to waited for judge Robinson to address them polar turned to his wife and gave her a reassuring smile. Pollard wasn't the only one facing consequences for his actions and was to. She was battling to severe charges of her own, conspiring to receive embezzled government property and an accessory. After the fact to possessing secret US military documents, prosecutors were looking for a sentence of ten years in prison and a half million dollar fine, but while an received some of the attention, the real focus was on her husband, Jonathan. He was facing an even greater charge one that carried a penalty of life in prison. He was accused of providing US military information to Israel an act of espionage. Seven months earlier in November of Nineteen eighty-five. Pollard realized the walls were closing in on him and his spycraft work on November eighteenth after leaving his office at the Naval Investigative Service Pollard was approached by NIS and F. B. I. Agents for questioning unbeknownst to him. A supervisor had noticed suspicious documents sitting on his desk and informed the FBI. Inside Pollard's briefcase were more military secrets that he was intending to hand over to his Israeli handlers, and while transferring top secret information between agencies was common, the content inside Pollard's briefcase was entirely unrelated to the work his department did. When asked if he would go with them for questioning Pollard, said, yes, at some point during the interrogation Pollard was allowed to make a call to his wife, knowing that he was probably being monitored, he floated the word Cactus to an CACTUS was code for getting rid of all classified material from their apartment, and did just that stashing documents into a suitcase and passing it off to a neighbor. As the interrogation continued Pollard was asked to take a polygraph test as the questions continued, and the arm of the polygraph scratched. Pollard knew he wasn't going to be able to keep everything a secret. He didn't have it in him, so he partially confessed he revealed to the federal agents that he had in fact taken top secret documents and handed them off to a foreign country. However, he didn't reveal which country it was. Despite his partial confession, Pollard was allowed to leave. However, the feds made sure to keep him under surveillance. It's possible that the F. B. I wanted to see if Pollard could meet with his handler and arrest, both at the same time, whatever the reason Pollard was free, but not for.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To make it more Jonathan Jay's green is the national director of let the next out reach for Elizabeth Warren Jonathan thanks for joining us thanks so much for having me both January first March fifty years since the passage of the national environmental policy act legislation established the broad framework to ensure the federal government takes into account the environmental impact of federally funded projects but on the laws anniversary president trump wasn't in a celebratory mood instead he released a statement arguing that the actors complex difficult to navigate and leads to high costs and delays the administration has proposed changes to the act were federal agencies would no longer have to take climate change into account when planning for future infrastructure projects joining me now is Lisa freedman a reporter on the climate desk at the New York times Lisa welcome to the take away thanks for having me so it sounds like a pretty major change to this role is it it's a pretty major change to a pretty major law not a lot of people know who need time it's not as as well known as you know the Endangered Species Act of the clean air act but if you've ever had port built in your town or a road widened or eighty type line going through your community you know need that because this is the law that requires an environmental review an environmental assessment of it every major federal project how is climate change factored into the environmental review process now for infrastructure projects and if that's removed what would that mean there's actually a number of changes that are going to be released later today let me back up and say that that the regulation itself we're told it's not going to use the words climate change what it's going to say is that agencies do not have to consider what's known as the cumulative effects or or in packs of new infrastructure and in recent years courts have interpreted that to mean the government needs to study whether this project will itself in men or or lead to a significant increase of greenhouse gas emissions which will help to warm the planet into the atmosphere on the other hand it also requires that agencies study whether a project will be threatened by climate change to be clear this is a proposed change to the act what has to happen next need a is the law itself it can only be changed by Congress what the administration is proposing are changes to the regulations that guide the implementation of the law this is a proposed regulation change there will probably be a a sixty day where the public can comment and the White House is certainly looking to put out a final rule before the election it'll be tight but it you know it folks seem to think that can be can be done after that it it really is going to be lawsuits city so it's going to be a long road there's a question of whether this will hold up in court it will certainly be challenged but once these rules are finalized later at the end of the year it will go into effect and less it is successfully challenged Disney but actually have any enforcement mac Ms in terms of how it informs the public or actually prevents bad things from happening in the environment yes to the first part noted the second under nepa a project can the Horton the environments but what nepa requires is that the public be informed that a project may harm the environment and it outlines various options agencies are required to offer various options for how we will proceed with the project from the lowest impact to the highest it could choose a route that significantly impact the environment but what Nita does is ensure that the public knows what's happening why does the trump administration want to change this rule it's been very controversial for a very long time neat that has been used by environmental groups to challenge projects time and time again the administration when they unveiled their proposal will point to projects that have taken many many years to be completed because of the need to process you know in many many conservatives have have complained that this process is long and bureaucratic and arduous and stifles economic development over the years you found that you know are middle groups has agreed that needs that can often be cumbersome they argue that it ultimately though fundamentally safeguards wildlife their habitat and broadly the you know the environment and.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"A positive way. But if you're buying a business understanding how pressure works for you. In terms of the transaction process says can be very useful as well and understanding the if you're professional business by and they settled the businesses never done it before. They're under immense neds pressure. And it's your job to help manage that pressure otherwise they get sellers remorse and they put the deal so understanding these things these. These psychological dynamics eased as important as understanding the accountancy Illegal but I think you've taught us that through your story you've taught us that it's more than just numbers on a spreadsheet in all the other things so based on what you've learned from this story and what you continue to learn. What one action would you recommend our listeners state to avoid suffering the the same fate and I'd like to really put it into the shoes of maybe a future client of yours or someone else who's in your line of business? They found the company. They've done the preliminary due diligence. They know there's some skeletons in the closets. They're expecting that but they're just about to make the same mistake. What one piece of advice would you give them? Have a great team around you with a set of skills that you can delegates the the issues that you don't know how to deal with to them and you trust them solve the problems that's the pace with Vice. Have a great what we call the deal team. The team helps you with the deal. Have a great deal team around you because that will help you get through those tough times. That's fantastic tassie advice. So for the audience I think a big takeaway from my perspective is that you can't do something like this alone and you can't always do it with the people that you're acquiring wiring. You've got to have people that you can rely on. That are around you all right last question. What's your number one goal for the next twelve months with buying Dana series so the goal is to buy an additional thirty day nurseries in the next twelve months we have six owned right now from the last two months of acquisition activity we go four legals Brings up to fourteen twelve months fantastic and for day nurseries when when you are consolidating bringing them into your fold. What's the main benefit that you can bring that business professional management? Now I would suppose that many of the Danish nurseries are run by men and women who are very devoted to what they're doing and making a great experience for the kids but may find accounting Absolutely mind numbing and not want to deal with all the regulatory in the distance they just wanted to spend time and help these kids develop absolutely spot on. That's exactly was but you can do. Both you can have a great environment for the children the children and get everything you would expect them in Walden to get out of that time at the story but at the same time it can still be run as a business it needs to make a profit. Otherwise is a constant in business antastic. Alright well listeners. There you habit another story of loss to keep winning to find more stories like this previous episodes and resources to help reduce your risk visit my worst investment ever dot com as we end Jonathan. I WanNa thank you again for coming on the show. I know it's painful talking talking about are losers although this turned out pretty nicely but our listeners are learning to win as a result. Do you have any parting words for the audience causing words. If you're thinking about buying a business I'll be very happy to point you in the right direction with some advice. Contact me on link. That's a great way of getting in touch with me. Great and I'll have that Lincoln link as well as any other links in the show notes. So fantastic well. That's a wrap on another great story to help us create grow and most importantly protect our wealth fellow risk-takers. I'll see you on the upside..

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Jonathan take a minute and a further tidbits about your life. Well thank you for that Introduction Action Andrey Over the last twenty plus years is more like twenty three years now. I've made my money from buying and selling companies and most most people in business consider that they make their money from operating the business. A draw money out every month maybe is a bonus at the end of the year. But I've I made my money from sending the companies and typically the companies that I sell companies I bowl a few years earlier. All in some cases I all several companies in the same a sector of putting together a logic company and. That's the company that I sell so slightly different Paul too many businesses and I help nope business owners do exactly the same thing I spent about one day a week working with business owners say. I've been doing this a ten years. I I can't seem to get my company bigger. How do I acquire another business? Double the size of the next twelve months. That sort of thing very exciting. In fact I just had a conversation with my business this partner in one of my other businesses about that exact thing so we may have some talking to do later all right. Well now. It's time the share your worst investment ever since no one goes into their worst investment thinking it will be tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it and then tell us your story show so I went to a dinner and the dinner I got talking to someone who told me about company in the sector the I already had. Investments investments in the apparent was doing very very well indeed it was private equity owned and he thought that I should be talking to that so I made an approach and discover they wanted to sell the business and they were very open about the finances of the business and I could see that it John batchelor in the pasta the last year or so hadn't been so good but there was a rationale behind it and I took face by that stage. That's really what do we look to buying the business and we spent some months during due-diligence and we we discovered some things that wouldn't particularly good but that was to be expected. Because we were going to be buying this business for one pound and when you buy a business for a pound you take the library was he's with it. You unrealized Rough with the smooth and it's not going to be a bed of roses and are going to be some challenges along the way so we went into is open but the reality was just terrible in fact usually when you buy business there are one or two skeletons in the closet by ten in businesses over a period of time and they got different problems in different issues. This particular business had every problem in every issue. You could ever imagine all all in one place at the same time times Jane amid it was unbelievable. There was nothing right about this business stuff. With right's management wasn't right finances would right. The product was writes. The delivery was right. The supply was nothing right about this company it was still making money. Who which was our incentive to keep on going and sometimes actually an investment can be quite a good one when a business is making money despite itself so despite being terribly wrong terribly managed it still manages to make some money so the next six or seven months were an absolute loot nightmare because all we did was fire fight and solve problems every day was different? Every day was stressful. My managing drake the right to who I put in there to run everything day to day basis. quit after seven months. He just couldn't take it anymore. Every day was a new challenge. ENJ- we had to make a large number stoff redundant to save the business wouldn't surprise to the slightest. They knew there was a problem. So we had to make seventy five or eighty not star redundant a one single day which actually relieve the pressure and allow the business to survive otherwise would have just collapsed. We moved to small offices. We got rid of all the company. 'cause there was a whole swathe of management that went in the very first week and they actually contributed take a million pounds with the cost to the business but by removing not only do we free up that million pounds that was just being sucked into the salaries reasoning that assistance. Even their assistance had assisted a whole group of people once they gone. It certainly freed up the cash. Interestingly it made zero difference to the business Having no positive impact on the company by being there I replaced all of those people with just one person so we sold a lot of problems but every time we sold to pro there was another problem it seemed a relentless a a never ending stream of issues and problems but we ended up off to seven months with all under control. It was actually a business that I sold. Full months on slater so I owned it for eleven months in total seven months with solving problems. Full months was getting ready for sale. The actual facts. It was a very strong multi-million pound X. which was not a bad return on investment financially because we invested a pound almond to buy the business however I got a lot of grey hair as a result that ownership so even though everything toned down at the end it was is the most stressful acquisition. I have ever done so one of the questions about it before we move into the session where we'll just talk about what you learn. I I just curious you know with your experience and as you said. The sellers were open with their stuff did due diligence. You know obviously obviously everybody expected. You know there's GonNa be some skeletons but how is it that you would have missed all of that. Well because so many of these issues were caused by the people. Don't get close to the people in the business okay. So that I think that's a core thing that I didn't think think about but I mean that's like just right there. I love that you don't get to know about these people until you get close to them so up to that point is just a name on a spreadsheets spread shades with the scenery and the start date. And that's radio you will you have but when you actually meet the people that you've got and you understand the the level of training that they've had you discover. The count manages just deleting on the emails from customers because it's easy to delete the email and have an empty inbox in talks to do the job Colin customers in solving their issues. And that's a really hard cultural. I mean you don't get culture during geologists. You don't understand that so the culture was basically to hide everything under the carpet and little work as possible but take the salary every month. It's the culture of the management's again. Everyone puts their best foot forward executives. We met certainly presented very well in very professionally nationally but all they were doing was taking money out the company for example the day before completions day before we legally became the owners. I saw him the bank statements that had been transferred. Ten thousand pounds out to the finance director and try to find out what this was. I discovered that it was an expense account with a finance to not been paid expenses for according to her for the last three years. Quite frankly I don't believe that and is a very nice nice round number ten thousand pounds it was thrice by the CEO on a very quick email exchange thing. Yes no program really what was happening. They thought will will pay ourselves a little bonus here here if the sale goes through and this is coming from the finance right now if sites. UW that for a few days during our ownership we moved her all very very quickly. Okay so these are the things that Diligence you realize until you own the business which is one. I think you've got to be very flexible. If you're going to make acquisitions like it's because if you are original you know everything about everything you will never be able to adapt to constantly ever changing minute committed situation one could take the day all it seems. The people were quick. A if this person just quick do we know job they do. We don't even know what job they do and they've just quit so you've got to adapt to these changing environments. Got It got it and it's interesting because you know you're such an expert in this area and and what you've learned through this experience has gotta make you even so much more valuable to your clients now so tell us a little bit about like. What did you learn from this? That's what you've got to be resilient. I think if you get stressed by very small things lying businesses may be is not for you because there's always was gonna be some degree of stress and there's always going to be the unknown which some people find stressful in itself. I think what I learned from this. was that if you want the big opportunities than you've got to expect it to be lots of uncertainty and my resilience level certainly went up during this protests. I thought I was pretty resilient already. But this this really toughened me off and I suppose also that you should never believe anything including the diligence that you have painful. It can look great in a revolt but really you don't know a business until you own the business Which is why you must always expect the unexpected? Every day is a surprise. One of recent acquisitions was Tena Astray. Childcare is this and we asked the manager of the business while the reputation of the business was in the local community because really wants I find out whether yeah we keep the original brand or do we rebranded what we do with it and she said the reputation is that this is the nursery that you send your children if you don't you want to pay the bill and this statement but never heard this before and it was up. So what do you mean. Don't pay the bills. Will everyone knows that I'll billing link processes Poll that you can get away for months and months and months without paying a penny for the childcare so an actual fact. That's an opportunity for us. Because could we have to do is tighten up the money that we're and the business tons of coal in the very very quickly indeed so. This adaptability is absolutely K.. Yeah and I think that you know you've also highlighted. The point is if you're buying a successful smooth running business and all that well you don't have as much opportunity for that gain going from one town to massive exit. Yes Sir to talk. It'd be a sometimes. A business can be too perfect and there isn't any value to be added by the new owner and sometimes when you're at the point of perfection the only way down the value of the business gotcha diminished. It's what I look for. Businesses is the having a hatred for myself might seem to actually add value and as a result lagging adding that value business in itself increases fantastic. Well let me summarize what I took away from it a couple of things. I mean the first thing that you said is that due. Diligence doesn't really reveal the culture and I thought that's really valuable also the idea that people are just names on spreadsheets. But the reality is there's much more there than just is the name on a spreadsheet and I think it's a good lesson for for the listeners out there like myself that are very quant oriented looking at numbers and all that to always remember ember that humans are much more complex than a name on a spreadsheet. The other thing I'd take away you know you used the word stress quite a bit now. I think that the a type of business that you do of taking over businesses you know that it can be a pretty stressful thing and whenever I think of stress I always always think of health. You know the importance of maintaining your your health and your your vitality through that because if you don't maintain that you know it's critical and I remember many years ago people used to come see me when I was head of research and they'd say my staff would say you know how to go. I'm so stressed stressed and so one day I kind of looked at myself itself and I realized I wonder what they say about me when somebody asked what Andrews like and I thought I bet you. They say he stressed. So that was the day Eh. I stopped and I removed stress from my life because I stopped seeing stress and I started to replace the words dress with pressure. I'm under pressure but stress is definitely a component of your business. Yes the last thing that I would highlight that something that I've experienced. Is You have to it. Come to the realization. That sometimes the team that you have around you may not be able to survive that stress you you know a lot of times the leader light yourself or others can handle it but I think we always have to remember that the people around us they may have a much lower threshold for what what they will want on this and so always keep in mind when in the world of startup. They always talk about a runway and they're talking about financial runway. But I always say there's a there's an emotional runway that you have to deliver for your team at some point and that delivering release the stress On the people around you so those are my takeaways any thoughts. Yeah I I think you're spot on with those. I do think that if you can handle the Prussia Russia then the opportunities are huge and pressure can be a good thing because some people formal better under pressure when the back's against the wall up up against a deadline we often get more done leading up to that deadline that we have done in the weeks right to that. Wait a minute I think a lot of our listeners are just smiling as they're listening right now thinking thinking Oh yeah when I have that deadline looming. That's when I get stuff done some growing. Get your work done this evening before you go in your holiday so pressure can be applied allied in.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"That's a RC smile dot Com Promo Code CBC so let's move on now and move on to close rental house so she's there with Monica and she's telling me that that Kim and Connie both felt really bad about what happened and she was kind of like reassuring them and making them feel better that it wasn't their fault and I think what was happening and tell me if you agree with that Khloe was almost confused at her own reaction. She was like it was very off brand to be so like Christ. I don't cry and I don't cry in public like what the Fuck Yeah I saw got that I saw understand reacting in the moment and then looking back on it and being like I don't I don't even understand and why I reacted like that. Especially when you put the situation in perspective and you're like I freaked out a Kim who wasn't her fall and then I stormed off crying for something that I shouldn't have been crying and then you're almost embarrassed at yourself you reacted. She told me she was like that's exactly what's happening and Maliki says quote. Would you ever think that your daughter's first birthday party would end with you in tears. Oh I'm sorry you have that memory but everything was beautiful and you did a great job and your daughter was really happy. When you look back on the pictures you won't think about that and again we'll IGA? Thanks reporting assaulting yeah like I was going to really deemed redeemed herself at the second half of that sentence but what the first part is necessarily know obviously. She didn't think she would be in tears that our daughter's first birthday and she says close hasn't her confessional which this is where she looked so fucking pretty yeah really gorgeous she was like I never thought that for truce first birthday with wrote with Tristan being a guest at it. I always thought it would be a party that Mommy and daddy through together that one hurt that line hit although based on the way true was born you probably had to assume that he would be that at least one or two birthday parties yeah and you know they're just talking and then closer saying I guess she's really still sensitive and I thought Maliki do. You actually made a really good analogy and said that it's like an earthquake in that. Her body hasn't stopped with the aftershocks right. I love that that's falling Ame- yeah that was a really good point and she sailed Khloe just talking about this idea. She's you know she's going to have to learn to coexist into co parent and she wants true to be able to create as many new memories with Tristan as possible but that it's it's hard like she was being really fucking honest about the fact that this is not easy and as much as she loves her kid and would do anything for her kid having to constantly be with him in these settings is just not pleasant right which like it's not for us. I can only imagine what it's like for her quite frankly. It makes my skin crawl having to see him. I can't even imagine I know yeah okay. We're moving onto the next thing. This was pretty fucking dramatic. Oh I loved yeah yeah this was good so we're now accordion the car and she's on the phone with her friend Sarah Howard Award and they're on their way to this event to honor Robert Kardashian for this center at Ucla for us off Gio cancer and Courtney's telling Hauer. I mean Sarah about the fight that hearn Kim got into and she's like sit Kim's enemy. The longest tax and Courtney is saying Cam like your petty women in an petty woman and Kim says quote are you kidding had to intervene on your styles. pull the ugliest looks for you for your party and chloe gets in the car. Oh Shit she go good. You're still fighting so it does this thing which we love and it does for it flashes to a social experience last how we do this. We love this back to clay and back to Chris at back to Khloe because it lasts upset. There was a Jordan Gate. Maybe Jordan Gate it wasn't last episode. I think it was Jordan. Oh I remember I think it was when they were in the car now. I don't remember I'll have to look back that satellite but anyway was like panels and there it's came talking to Chris saying how Corny such a bitch and she wants to copy Cam and she is the lamest style we then flashback Accordion Khloe and I'm quoting according now. She says I said to her. You're going to school to become a lawyer and change the world and these are the types of problems you have and can you really a miserable human being and you're not understanding the issue because you all of a sudden turn into such a humanitarian care about the world's issues and you haven't contributed one ounce to the world so Kim is now saying Chris Chris you fucking fake humanitarian. Ho I Jesus I actually do shit for the world and you fucking fake it all day long and you're like Oh. There's people dying Kim and what the fuck are you doing about it. It obviously that was a reference to the diamond earing I love when they quote their own. Past iconic lines like I can never bring up something that I thought was like a specifically typically a conic line that somebody said to me in a fight ten years ago. Nobody would never remember exactly nobody will remember and this is when Kim finally says it's not about you having your own styles about you infiltrating on my relationships that is the line that she needed to hit like years ago and again even when Kim saying that she's saying Chris About Cornish not even saying any court Gordy and Chris out of like. Do you think this is because she's turning forty which has what I've tried to tell him this whole time but can wasn't listening to because it was a TV show and she couldn't hear you also had already six months ago so Sony he's really I understand it's frustrating as fuck try and talk to chance to the TV on listen listen and he was not he was not listening so we're back in the car with chloe and Courtney and corn is just having a lot of anxiety and somebody that made me really sad if I said this to you but they're on their way to this event to honor their dad. Obviously obviously you know their deceased father and this is what they're fighting about like. I was just like so sad for them enough like a judgmental perspective. You don't like it was just like bad timing so so corny says I don't take it personally and I know it's something I'm doing is just hurtful and she's like it's not just that I feel overwhelmed with my birthday and everything and she says in her confessional. She's like I just really don't feel like myself right now and at this point I don't feel accelerating my birthday. I hate being the center of attention. I can't stop crying and at this point I don't WanNa be around anybody. I don't know my heart went out there. This episode your heart anybody like shows emotion no but like if Kim started crying and was really upset I think you would also be like my heart went out to Kim as well. Maybe it's because his Kim wasn't the one that was affected by this and there's so much other things going on behind the scenes with Courtney and then I think you're the type of person who will always be like okay what else is going on when Kim's fighting about saying that has nothing to do with Courtney's birthday and it was just about style claims not actively thinking like you know. She's going to be really hard time right yeah. That's what it was and I think I was also totally caught off offguard by the fact that I don't see like a lot of people according to my right eye coord- he's not mine like she never like obviously Laker but she's not my go-to. She's not at the top of my list and I felt for her like more than I ever have. That's why I understand that you know I really liked courtney I do too. I just don't I don't think she's I don't think she says what's the word. I'm looking for not unemotional izing. She's not as cold as the family makes are out to be. I think a lot of time they put in a position where they're like Courtney's so cold Courtney's like this ice screen and I don't think she is yeah and you can tell that she's not with the way she's kits. Oh no well that's different. Most people aren't like that with their kid but I mean I'm. I'm saying that the way that she he is a mother is at least indicative of the fact that she has those qualities in her if you were someone who thought that she didn't I think that Courtney just shows her affection section way of doing things in a very different way that they don't comprehend whereas like chloe is very affectionate. Kim is very straightforward to the point like we'll talk anything through and I think that Courtney does her own courtney way of doing things that like mean the same thing as what they would be saying. It's just because we're we expect it to be in a certain way. GEICO expect to be in like an overly emotional mushy way the when she does it. We don't like responded well to it. I think no it's so true. Okay tell us about the next thing please told oh so they walk into the event and obviously Courtney's in the car. You know and you do that costing. Where your crime you were going last because you're waiting to like fix yourself in the car and calm down so chloe goes on? I and she says everyone she wanted she like listen in the car. Start crying like please just know fighting like we're here for dad like weird honor him like just this is not the time and everyone kind of gets. It comes like you know what I understand understand and you know they say like a short speech about Robert at the Ucla Center there there are for this office center. That's opening up and you know they say short speech. I don't know if you notice that like Chris was really crying like the other ones were like really like honored to be. They're unhappy but Chris was was really crying and they go up up to cut the ribbon and Kim kind of gives us like gesture of goodwill where she hands courtney like the giants isn't it was like here according to cut it goes best with your outfit. which is such a Kim thing to do? Instead of according to you WANNA cut it. It's like it's like she just takes a really small thing. That was a superficial way of extending an olive branch without having to actually be nice yet so it was like on audit and that's five did scissors like I literally went with everyone's outfit. They were navy blue cities and by the way so nice you typically. They're red eye hacking. It was like a red red giant residents are very tax. It's Kinda like an opening of a burger place like Jonathan. Jay Bond would have read scissor that his birthplace God tim on probably only as red scissors at his house true anyway so they are all there and they're taking the picture and everyone's silent like the whole room asylum weather up there and close to room worker so you guys are so quiet like its own car for. Aren't you speak you're such a good audience and she says like this is the best way room ever. US Obedient so Q. and Kim him just like couldn't resist it. She's like only courtney could be like this and I'm never related. Kim warned that moment where it's like it would have been so easy for you to just not say anything. There is no reason there wasn't that funny. She just couldn't resist she couldn't offer. She couldn't resist getting a job and I I just like related to that so hard yeah. That's very thing it would have been slaughtered. I understand it was so easy to not say something yeah. That's like that's a Julie if we're doing it. Either on the podcast are in real life. It's like the smallest little detail she it's not a job but she has to explain why she was right like doesn't she always do that as well like. It's not the same thing. No it's obviously thing but it's like it would be so easy to just not anyway. I don't know it would be. It would be so easy to do a lot of things though okay it would be so easy to the engine. Everything Kim doesn't say she's a libra but we all do our things we all do Y- does this to me like when we're doing nothing they will be in the apartments dead silence. She's like you Komo just such a libra. I'm like I don't I first of all like you say that to mean it means nothing. It's like me saying to like Spanish. Obviously please not resonating with such a such. I can never get over. I think about everyday also her. She does things that I'm like that is so the way I would have handled it. Not This episode absorb okay. He would have never handled the shit like the note. None of us would have it well. It's interesting because it's different when it's a sibling light and then sometimes you have to remember. You're an only child. I'm GONNA yeah like if I was doing. My son is exactly how it'd be dealt with right. I can't say what I would do. I don't have siblings I just from an outsider I just know because the one in difference is that I would've. I would've handled it differently with the stylists. Yes that would have been different again. Who the fuck are we to say like these are released? I have no idea but in my I would have been nicer to the Dan Dan. He's one hundred percent. Danny's so have is the newest online.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Why name is Jonathan Jay Leno by game. Name is a wish I'm twenty one years old. Elise is one of the top ranked players in the world. I started playing counter strike one point five when I was about four years old. My dad didn't really liked me playing games I'm much. I he just wanted me to play sports. Do things outside, but I just never had fun stuff. By the time. He was a seventeen year old high school senior Elise had signed onto his first professional sports team. We are one of the top teams in the world. And now they're about to take on some of the world's best a tournament in New York on the line a quarter of a million dollars. Their bread and butter is a game called counter strike a five on five shooter competition. Success depends on seamless teamwork and strategy. Don't really like us. Their coach is a former pro player himself. My name is welcome also known as some thirty years older when people imagine gamers, expect us to be in the basement, and when we play in these arenas at something kind of out of this world, we got the plan for twenty five thousand people. Over millions live watching at the same time. They jet around the world it all across the US from a really small town really is an awful opportunity. And I love it when they're not on the road. Most American teams go back to Los Angeles. The unofficial home of east boards in the US. We're the franchises pay for them to live in mansions fit four king. Hanging out with the Philadelphia fused crypto. This place is worth five million dollars, man. And they told me this is a little bit more typical how most teams get down where they live and train together inside the gamers, paradox training room and gym. So you guys you got a court outside groups, ping pong and. Trenin there. Yeah. Tim liquid is a little different the players live in their own apartments. But they train here at this brand new nine thousand square foot state of the art facility. So welcome. This is the alienware training facility. Steve are handset is the co owner of the team if you were to ask Serena Williams were kind of racket, or are you gonna end up using she's going to be very particular about the type of racquet, right? And for our gamer. They wanna be. Enabled have the very best detail has been carefully thought out from an on-staff personal chef to a pro level. Supporting cast have mental coaches, we have sports psychologists have physical therapist. So there's an army of folks that are dedicated to making sure that these players up their performance in.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On group. Our Mukalla rattle. Keeper will flip it behind his net. Gerard, they're passing to center ice. Here's the hawk line left wing side. Check lost the puck. Seabrook. Took it away. Put it to Gustav forsling west wing hawk line shot at ahead for Brandon Saad at center ice. It's off his stick into the end zone has get it back to Dora center. I saw took it back racing into the end zone down the left wing were strict with the puck from behind by. Fin and Brig at moves. It ahead to Soderbergh of the hawk line. Tried to flip the puck ahead four per into the hawk zone. Ends up on the far corner. Seabrook will move it up the right side to Saad center ice from the benches. Patrick Kane ill, chip it. Over the blue line a few feet back by the ass Presario firing across the right wing side of the hawk zone. He'll tip it down in behind the net. Then go get it. And then he fired it up the slot. Miss deflects down ice into the avalanche zone. Nikitas Eudora back to get behind the net cost it up Dylan soccer in front. Lisa. Hot set. Killen Sakarov toe drags the puck and enroll in front of the net and get a shot away. But he lost the session. But there was tapes. And it was actually a group our poke check it as picked up the loose biscuit fired at home. Oh, I think Jonathan Jay's. Get the goal, obviously. Hewlett secure the primary assist by Patrick. Kane is also gonna get it to the door. Tried to move the puck in behind the net a little reverse after skate. Patrick Kane rate into the front of the net area. If you get that assist by Kane that'll be a career high sixty I assist for Patrick Kane for Jonathan page points in three straight games goal number thirty two hawks quickly tied up. Good response for that cold. Every Blackhawks goal scored this afternoon. Jailed auto group make a generous one hundred dollars.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Full Court Press

"But when you dig into that, and you get to the second layer and the third layer what you see is one chevelle mcgee's on the floor. The Lakers are terrific defensively. I think McGee has and that rating ninety seven or not I mean the team has a net rating of one fourteen something like that. And Javagal Mckee has has a defensive rating of one to one which is far far better than any else. So they're they're seven eight nine points better. Defensively when he's on the floor. So you slide in the first three games when the kids were on the floor mostly without McGee defensive struggles. Just because the Lakers can't defend without Mckee on the floor. Now, you get those three young guys in the starting rotation playing with LeBron playing with McGee it's a different story. So yeah, the big story is LeBron us have a shooters around him. Another big story is struggled at offend especially when mcgee's on the floor, but I'm going to be watching to see what happens when Ingram than Rondo or back to see how Luke Walton handles his starting line-up in his rotations. Because what's working now is playing LeBron and McGee with three kids who are high energy max effort really goes scrappy players on both ends of the floor. So that's what I'm going to be watching to see when when Rondo and Ingram come back. Yeah. So interesting the shooting was to discussion coming in encourage. The Josh Hart continued shoot the ball. Really? Well. Lonzo forty percent very small sample size. But the the motion still pretty deliberate. But it's not quite as deliberate as it was last year. There's no hesitation the last year all year long. Hesitates, should that take the shots? Should I not? And that was more. I think around the fact that he knew he was much more impactful when he's doing things shooting the ball. But once again, and then be no matter who you are. It's a defense completely ignores. You have a wide open three push. You take a shot, and whether it's lewke or two with him or LeBron being like, you know, dude, you gotta shoot up asking. Well, Lonzo looks better. But what I see offensively from the scene. Greg is that okay? The theme across the holiyay small ball, lineups stretchy fours and fives. And teams are no longer valuing rim protection at the same level. They have historial last ten years, whatever you sample you want, but they're just attacking the ram constantly constantly attacking the ram doing. So successfully the broaden might be. Still the best finisher at a Lee probably gelling him for that. Coups has been wonderful finishing at the rim. And sprinting all the time. But you know, that's first game. For example, we found out in overtime. The first half if you noticed, but Michael Beasley goes playing senators playing a lot of center from the Lakers, and that's an interesting choice. And then. Forgot I didn't write down for Jonathan Jay Williams Jonathan Williams. Yeah. I want set Jerome just because. NBA name from my past that kind of stakes. But yeah to player handle muscle. Pretty pretty well. I mean defending lamarcus Aldridge and during the fourth quarter and in overtime, then the barris himself at all kind of came out of nowhere. But there was no, Michael Beasley at center, and it's like a half and they got back in the game..

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"They just show where they were flipping houses. Oh, it was on FYI network did looking and her husband and they had flipping how show he's so instead. So he loves that part because it's all about him and his work and do things. He loves not about personal life, not about drama on about drinking and getting messed up or personal relationships. It was really just about him during be loves. He does house flipping. He'd Brennan houses. He buys and sells them. You just all that stuff. So he was really happy that element of it, but he's, he's a very shy guy doesn't like being out in the public. He doesn't like being sharing his life and his Nicole Nicole job and not his and he lets her do her thing and he doesn't want to be on camera. And he's really here for the kids that'd be on the camera on. It'd be like a third semester. That's opposites. That's my job. That's why I'm there. I'm a lot of people want to know if you've ever met JD, et and Jonathan Denis though, but I can't stand him what? Why can't I can't stand up? I just think it's when I watched it. It's too much on too much. That he takes it on overdrive and I think when he was like on that show while the first thing this show, there's a tiny place to while out and like the extra extra gay and I was so uncomfortable, like he's like forcing this craziness on these, like unlike unsuspecting straight men in the middle of nowhere. And he's like. My girl. And he's like freaking out you so uncomfortable for the people deal with that. And then I think everyone thinks he's so funny and like that's also by because I, I'm jealous, but he has an I tried out for that show and I get it. So I know for that show, I share for that position for the hair meat for the beauty position, and I was, I did not get a call that, of course, you hate him. Yes, of course. They hate him, but it's like an also being successful there snatching Emmys and it's like, that could have been me million followers. Yeah. And now he would have been so great at it. Actually. I know someone else who try for that same role. So hard who say. But otherwise I know people like him. I just can't stand him because he has everything I want yet. No, but people always say like your show is so mean you state such mean things about people. You're just jealous. Mike, obviously, girl the jig is up. Yeah. Did you people can lead to be somebody that Meghan Markle's wedding? I'm like, Meghan. Markle is literally a Princess and I'm literally like eating Chinese food in my bed. Of course. Jealous. Yeah. Be into one more question for you before I'll let you go. Some people wanted to know about something that happened John. Trauma drama, Jonathan, Jay bond, the food God. He came on our pockets. Anybody on the pockets. I met him out with my friend. Melissa borger. Yes. So we were all at lava when having dinner and and Johnson was there. So we all started hanging out there and then we came, we became friendly. And then anybody wants the podcast. We came on the podcast and everyone said the episode is this'll there if you go to, it's happening, look for the ones with food gods. And everyone said he was so horribly mean condescending and such a jerk often. So nasty to me to you to me. And so everyone's saying what a, what an asshole, how horribly with me, I take it as the way they wanted to call the all my friends treat me. It's like, I'm like, not the butt of the joke, but it's like, you know, I like asking questions like like, oh, what about this? And he was like, I can't believe I've never flown coach. They've ever done this like acting like that's his bless his brand. That's Uber, you know, show off and I'm like an Uber layer naive, personally. Oh my God. You didn't have to pay for that. So it was like kind of that dynamic and he. Got it, bad rap for it. There's no bad blood..

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on AM Joy

"Faster this is extremely dangerous democracy this extremely dangerous to our democracy this is extremely dangerous our democracy wow those were all anchors at local news stations owned by sinclair broadcast group that excellently creepy video was produced by deadspin sinclair broadcasting the largest owner of tv stations in the country is the same company that's given former trump associates like borth epstein a platform spruyt spew protrump propaganda and up next donald trump said today that daca is dead as he walked into church mexico is got to help us at the border and a lot of people have coming in because they want to take advantage of dot com and we're going to have to really see that great chin the democrats fluid donald trump spoke about keeping out immigrants as he walked into church for easter sunday service this was the president's follow up to his morning tweet declaring that the daca deal is dead quote border patrol agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the border because ridiculous liberal democrat laws like catch and release getting more dangerous caravans coming republicans must go to nuclear option to pass tough laws now no more daca deal exclamation point nuccio saying is back with me and join me on the phone as msnbc contributor maria theresa kumar and jonathan jay's green founder of undock you black and daca recipient jonathan i'll go to you first your your reaction to donald trump announcing on the day that christians celebrate the risen savior who was himself a refugee on that day announcing that daca is dead your reaction.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Freak Out and Carry On

Freak Out and Carry On

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Freak Out and Carry On

"I want healthcare covered i want free college i mean what could be wrong with that fine tax the wealthy they've had a terrific run for three decades it's their time that's what you're ramadi young people generational change is something we often overlook politically it shapes everthing eat is often destiny that's something we're going to look for the future absolutely jonathan jay it's great to have you on the show thank you so much for having a really android or talk love your insights heather that was fun as always ron i'm ron suskind i am a for both was here on freak out in carryon thanks for listening because you have already subscribed to us on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts and leave us to review it helps others find the show falls on facebook and twitter freakout carryon visit our website at wbur dot org slash freak out or email addresses freak out in carryon at wbur dot org i show is produced by wbur in boston were produced an edited by catherine brewer our technical director is matt renamed our executive producer is iris adler are in turn is chris yulian music for the podcast courtesy of a p m the views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the participants and do not in any way reflect the views of wbur management or its employees.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Any really do have to be and employ i company if your employees are bitter they're going to pass it on to the customer and so taking really really good care of your employees is absolutely critical now it's harder than a sound and i have made my share my fair share of mistakes there but that remains like a core value for me and something that i take very seriously to make sure that the employees believing what you're doing understand what you're doing are better for having worked at your company and that's really my promise that every employee is that if you work here your life will be better than if you had and making good on that promise as hard as hell but i think that every entrepreneur has to hold themselves that standard and really accept responsibility when you falling down on that assess how you falling down and that wire falling down on that make adjustments and go forward so that's super supercritical and going above and beyond going way over the top your customers that's also really critical in a great way to build community and build the business by the way to not always be thinking about eking every bit of profitability out but instead think of the emotional reaction that the customer has to your brand as the profitability and i just really believe if the customer believes in your mission believes in the company wants to support it the in the long run you're just going to be way more profitable so always putting now i i think he's just smart business our jonathan jay what would be your strategy if you didn't have social media web.

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"jonathan jay" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan jay" Discussed on Pod Save America

"This is depressing it is i know says in a joint romped has immunity by republican majority and there's no crime he could commit that would lead to the republicans impeach him jonathan jay yesterday wrote apiece where he said a on a sk on a scale of zero to ten with ten being a videotape of trump speaking in russian to his handlers from the kremlin we're currently at about seven point five that's right i mean there's there's nothing paul ryan is the most embarrassing like trump's corruption is not the problem in america is paul ryan's cowardice and yeah so i but but that does not there're congressional comps in their political comes and trump's approval rating is in the toilet in and going down and if you want to get some in so we have to win elections we have two people care liked it we everyone says nothing matters bite there is a pretty clear connection between the heightening noise on the arrested russian investigation and trump's approval rating and republicans may stand within at thirty four but it they missing with him with his for rating at thirty four a year and a half from the election six months from the election if trump's approval ratings at thirty four below they they are unlikely sanford without the does it mean that they will impeach him but it means they may become more aggressive oversight critics of him as opposed to sad watercarriers yeah i mean look i'm i'm i'm at this point to i don't i don't believe that any action or any revelation of actions or statements that donald trump has made in the past would lead republicans and a republican majority to begin impeachment proceedings for this president i don't they just they they've shown unwilling they've been unwilling to um even get close to that now uh i do think that like you know jury selection in the trial of uh donald trump's possible obstruction of justice is november twenty eighteen basically.

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