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One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

Between The Lines

07:24 min | 1 year ago

One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The liberal MP is the latest of several women from her party. I the to retire or resign to become independent candidates. Karen Middleton is achieved political correspondent for the Saturday paper in camber. And I'm delighted to say she joins me once again on twenty four welcome Karen, tell us for those of us who don't know who Julie Bishop is who is shin. Why she so important in Australian politics. Well, she was destroyed first female foreign minister, she's been in the parliament for twenty years just over twenty years, actually, and she's just being a leading figure in the liberal party, which is potty currently in government ear and his dry, the conservative liberal party confusingly nine she's been deputy later at the liberal party for the. Last eleven years. So she she has served through something like five different liberal party leaders. And in fact, has self was a candidate for the ladyship when Malcolm Campbell was deposed August of last year controversially, she only obtained eleven votes in that ballot. Even some of closest colleagues and factional allies decided not to support her and back to either pay two dozen or Scott Morrison who else one instead that reopened the whole debate about women in politics, and whether they taken seriously whether they get in. And that has been a device that he can do. Foreign minister, she didn't resume position as foreign minister off to that valid now, but she certainly won't on the world stage, and she's winning lots of echo lights today for her contribution, particularly in that portfolio. She has an unusual way of saying that she was incredibly. An incredibly loud advocate of women doing well in politics, though. She refused to describe herself as a feminist. How how do you explain that? Yeah. Well, it's always been an interesting thing about Julie Bishop. She quite pointedly is always said, she wasn't a feminist. She didn't like the term. She didn't believe in quotas in politics or anywhere else. But she was a great advocate for women now, maybe one day should Assad. She's a feminist, but it's really a question of Tim -nology. She certainly being an advocate for women advancing particularly in politics and empowerment, and particularly recently, we've seen in the white because that ladyship challenge not only comment on the fact that Julie Bishop didn't get very many votes when she's the most was the most popular candidate, according to all opinion polls. But also just the way women are treated, particularly in the liberal party in politics. Generally, we've seen a number of women speak out about that process that that fraught few days when the prime minister was. Posed last year and alleged Sandoval tactics of some of the mile colleagues, and in fact, one of the women who is was a liberal and paying very close to Julie Bishop subsequently resigned from the liberal party is now sitting on the cross bench and move contests next election as an independent so surely Bishop is certainly being at the forefront advocating for women, but she just does not like the label feminists. One thing that we do need to know. This is what state does she leave women in politics in? Australian politics has such a reputation for being incredibly punchy people can knock each other out of power in the blink of an eye..

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Future Tense

"The idea that there are certain cultural characteristics, and these are immutable. So how that plays out in practice students really articulate these very profoundly, particularly when it comes to China Japan, and the US China is and has always been. Been and always will be according to this narrative, absolutely painful, non-expansionist non hegemonic, non imperialist, the US on the other hand is fundamentally according to this perspective, imperialistic and hegemony and Japan is aggressive expansionist imperialist. And so everything that the US or Japan does is sane by Chinese in general. But particularly by these diplomats with these training through these lenses, so that the US is always injury bullying or harassing or trying to keep trying to down and Japan is always untrustworthy. And because the this belief that China will always has always been peaceful, and therefore will always be peaceful. The students can't understand why anyone would be concerned about China's increased role in the world or China's rise and find this is just so incomprehensible that of course, it fades straight back into that other narrative that everybody's trying to believe persecute them does. This constitute a new form of. Primacy for China. Is it remarkably different from the past? I'm not particularly familiar with the diplomats of the past. But this way of educating people to think quite so nationalistically in quite such determined and inflexible ways presumably is going to result in different behaviors in the diplomatic world. And I think maybe can look at the Kimberley process mating, which was a may last year, and in this meeting, Julie Bishop was giving the welcome to country, which is an important moment, and the Chinese Representative there, the mainland Chinese Representative there started to shout and kick up a fuss because there was a Taiwanese Representative at the table, and he could not let it go until this time as person was not at the table, and from our point of view that is undiplomatic behavior that is fairly agreed jus- breaking of diplomatic gnomes that is bad, timing and bad bad performance. But from that diplomats perspective he could. Not let that meeting go on one moment longer with the insult of having Taiwanese person as a sovereign equal at that table. And thinking about who he's before to who he's reporting to who's watching his behavior that was the right thing to do for him. And whilst it sort of made this furor and the sense of Chinese diplomat's behaving badly for him. That was the right thing to do. What are the nation's then for not just the notice the region, but the broader world, I think in combination with what many people are seeing as an increased assertiveness among Chinese people in recent years, the implications I think for quite difficult times ahead in diplomatic negotiations and diplomatic discussions. It's hard to do the diplomatic dance that flexibility that ability to take a few steps sideways. Maybe a step back in order to get where you're going out immediately. If someone is so fixed in these and so determined that there. Right. And so I'm willing to compromise. Because of that performance aspect of what they doing. It's going to make it very difficult to move ahead in a way, that's mutually agreeable. And that means also be difficult for Chinese officials in ultimately getting what they want from their diplomatic efforts. Right. Well, other people don't say the world in quite the same way diplomacy is the art of getting other people to do what you want. I mean, it's sort of soft power job. And if you waited to these ideas about how other see and your interpreting everything that they do say through that particular wins. It's going to be difficult to be as deft end as responsive as you need to be..

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Australia Gets Its Sixth New Prime Minister In 11 Years

BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Australia Gets Its Sixth New Prime Minister In 11 Years

"So that people in America don't feel alone. Australia is also having a wild political time right now. Australia has got it. Sixth prime minister in eleven years, and because I don't know, there's been some political news in the US and you may not have been paying attention here is a t. l. DR of the situation. First off we should note that Australia does not have the general public elect their fearless leader instead, whichever political party wins. The most seats from the general election is the party that forms the government. So the parties can change Australia's leadership completely on a whim, which guess what they do. So here's what happened last week. Malcolm Turnbull was sitting pretty in his prime minister chair just like, hey, I'm prime minister. Then rumors started swirling around that conservative minister Peter Dutton was ready to challenge Turnbull for the top job turtles reaction was to call a shock vote. I'm the leadership and guess what he won, but Dutton refuse to back down. He resigned as minister and continued to rally. Supporters, a bunch of other ministers, resigned chaos ensued, and then more ministers resigned. And people thought that Turnbull was absolutely toast. Then two more contenders for leadership stepped up to the plate. They were liberal deputy, Julie, Bishop and treasurer. Scott Morrison, Turnbull said that he would step down if the party room decided that they needed another leadership vote. So dozen supporters got enough signatures on a petition to have another meeting and the party agreed to vote again on their leadership and Turnbull stayed true to his word and stepped down. Then they voted on the new candidates. And after all of that Dutton did not even win surprise. So I introduced to you Australia's six prime minister at eleven years. Scott Morrison.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The time in Canberra's sixteen eleven for the new occupant. At the lodge, the official residence of the strata and prime minister, which is changed hands six times in the past eight years or the political turmoil continued threat the weekend following Malcolm Turnbull's ousting by Scott Morrison in a liberal party cou. He's an answer, his new cabinet. The shape of which is is is to restore peace within the ruling party ahead of election sheduled for may of next year. But the skate of the challenge has been laid bare in an opinion poll by the Estrela newspaper today, which suggests voters are unimpressed by the in-fighting. It puts the liberal national coalition. Twelve points behind the labour opposition or Mongols. Ben Riley joins me now to discuss welcome Ben and many of the roles within Scott Morrison's. New cabinets are basically as they were. But one notable change is that of the foreign minister Julie Bishop. She was one of the big contenders for the prime minister's job, but she resigned yesterday. Yes, she did, which was a bit of a shame actually because as Julia bed, one of the most notable political commentators industry was pointing out. I think it was yesterday in the Sydney Morning, Herald that eve this up to the public to vote. Julie Bishop would have won the liberal leadership absolutely easily. She would have been thumping head all of her rivals. She was about twenty eight points ahead of of Scott Morrison as Morrison, polled only about ten percent as the preferred prime minister in in some of those polls. So between twenty eight and forty points, she was ahead and she's not only has she not been taken seriously full. The leadership of the party that she's decided to leave government altogether after serving as a loyal deputy for eleven years, it's a real shame and leaves. I mean, very few women really on the on the front of this new government. It's one of those things though, isn't a whenever there's an internal race for the leadership of a party. Those throw their hat in the ring and don't win. Often do not go on to serve. In the upper echelon, certainly for the era that follows. But do you get the sense that Julie Bishop jumped or was she pushed? I think she would have been terribly disappointed to see that she wasn't really taken seriously the that job and look I, there is some indication that she wouldn't necessarily be taking that seriously though, was of very fascinating. Actually, I was watching the ABC at the weekend and the one of the programs. Insiders berry Cassidy managed to get hold of a string of what's app messages between some of the most senior members of the government. And all these messages were. It was basically a secret conversation between very senior politicians talking to each other about why they shouldn't vote for Julie, Bishop mentioning that some politicians were trying to provoke some votes for her, but saying that that was actually a Reuss. It was a ruse to take votes away from the front runner who they wanted to put in the job Scott Morrison, or of course, the other side who wanted Peter Dutton. So you know, I it, she didn't not get the job Mississippi. Early because they didn't think she was qualified because they didn't want her there. It was more of a tactical thing, and that's really west Morrison came in. He was the one who managed to bridge both of these warring worlds. The most in the most effective way. Julie Bishop was seen by far too many people as Malcolm Turnbull the sequel which is a real shame. What do you make of the rest of the the shape of Morrison's capitalism and what stays or what shape it puts it the party in as a gears up for the elections in may. Well, you mentioned that the cabinet mostly looks the same and you're absolutely right. If for the to the naked eye, it does mostly look the same, but I think what's most telling is that in his farewell speech, Malcolm Turnbull said that the records had not been rewarded for their actions, and he was he was pointing out that's got Morrison, had be had become the new prime minister. It had not gone to Peter Dutton who the so-called records had wanted to put into the job. And I think that theme does continue in this because on one hand, you do have people like Peter Dutton. Returning to his old job as the home affairs minister, which I guess a lot of people would be looking going, what on earth is going on here..

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US, President and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

US, President and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Australia's new prime minister Scott Morrison is unveiled what he calls the, stability cabinet he says it will focus, on the economy and immigration and safety but I a change in behavior it's a team that I brought together working by senior. Colleagues today to. Ensure that we have. The stability that is necessary and promote healing meanwhile. Foreign minister Julie Bishop, has quit says she'll return. To. The

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Remembering Senator John McCain of, Arizona he was a war hero and a figure of. Political unity many say at Baxter from the Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco with the story yeah All right Doug. Thank you comments talk of his commitment to putting country before. Party both Democrats and Republicans alike talking about his bringing people together democrat Chuck? Schumer Decades from now little children their, parents, who was Explain his sacrifice his patriotism most of all his fidelity to do the right thing is he saw now as an example McCain, worked across the aisle with Ted Kennedy on healthcare McCain shot down over, Vietnam held captive by the north for five years refusing to. Be let free without the others going with him his body, will I state in, Arizona that make across nation procession to. Washington DC former Presidents Bush and Obama, will speak, the family has. Asked the Donald Trump not attend never getting over. The Trump's remarks at war heroes don't. Get captured McCain was shot down and miraculously survived, the crash South Korea's president moon Jae in says he wants to mediate talks between North Korea and the US with the cancellation this with the cancellation of this week's, talks, by. US President Trump another US mass shooting Jacksonville Florida this one gunman opens fire at an online video game tournament, authorities. Are saying at least four people dead others injured, one witness says people Hid as shots were fired and I looked down and I went towards the, restroom. And going into, restaurant And I just. Heard this so many gunshots at least twenty at the mall. The at the scene which now. Is clear Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo, Abe's launching his bid for an historic third straight term is ruling party president The three years to pass on, the country to Japan's children he. Says this will be the government of the future Australia's new prime minister Scott Morrison has unveiled what he calls the stability cabinet. He, says he'll focus on the economy and immigration and safety but I a change, in behavior it's a team that brought, together working by your colleagues today to ensure that we have the stability is necessary and promote healing meanwhile foreign minister Julie Bishop. Is quit says. She returned to, the. Backbench global, news. Twenty four hours. A day on Aerotech. Talk on Twitter power by. More than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in, more, than one hundred. Twenty countries, in San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter this is Bloomberg Doug all, right Ed thanks so much nine, past the hour Matt Maili is our guest he is equity strategist at, Miller back and, company Matt always a pleasure I mean it's kind of interesting that we were, at record highs Friday the dollar dipped quite. A bit and we still have no resolution when it comes. To US Chinese trade not even any Clarity so help me understand what's happening is this all Powell sounding a little less hawkish. Maybe yeah I. Had a lot, to. Do with, it. I mean not. That he was a. Wildly dovish by any stretch. Of the imagination but people will have been worried, that, you know worried. About two, thousand nineteen there may be I mean you even hear some, people saying there'd be another four, and two thousand rate hikes in two thousand fourteen sorry two thousand nineteen, and so that's Obviously. What he said Continue to go along at a. Very, gradual pace concentrate and and, it helped of course the fact that the SNP finally broke twenty all. Time high and falling the Russell two thousand and. The NASDAQ already done it gave the market. A little bit moment Yeah Looking good to have about the US. Dollar I last, guest Gregg said that's still got some upside to. Run do you agree with? That I. Do I, mean it did you know one of the things that we saw pullback obviously in the last week or, so are we two? Weeks and I had more to do with the fact that has gotten, very very. Overbought I'd also got very overload and. Others this one poll the children's called the daily sentiment. Index my shoulder pulls futures traders in bullishness on the dollar got well above ninety. Percent so it was just getting over Baugh overbought and over, loved and so as needed to pull back a little. Bit but right now I think that there are still some issues out, there whether it be with Turkey, Italy like you mentioned, that you, know, we're, we're we're getting some good news on the trade front in terms of a. NAFTA but as you mentioned with, China it's still out. There so we got some. Reasons I think that the people still want to be looking to the dollar to get stronger over time. Met I know you're an inequities, guy but I'm curious as to what the bond guys over at Miller tailback or saying about the yield curve every we got eighteen basis points now. Between The two. Hundred ten Yeah I mean this is a concern and it's funny because we do hear a lot of people trying to poo poo it and saying that's. Really not a concern but the fact of the matter it usually does mean that a recession is coming and and and people can talk about what we can. Look at another spread we can look at the three month Bill versus a ten year or three. Months, builders the fighter well. It's flattening as well it might be, planning quite as much but. It's still, a concern and I for one when you have Saint Louis said president Bullard talking about it on Friday and, in an important way if they're talking, about an opponent way I think the rest of us should be. Thinking about as well so on a longer-term basis as moving into two thousand nineteen and some of the effects of the fiscal stimulus start to wear, off a little bit it's going. To be a concern so people need. To watch, every closely all right we'll we'll, talk more. About markets, particularly EM I.

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Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

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Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

"Scientists in Washington say misinformation about vaccines is being spread on social. Media by Russian trolls to sow division the academics, at George Washington University so they found a deliberate campaign to distort the Public. Debate David Brenner Tulsky who led the research says the motive appeared. To, be two fold in the case of the trolls especially the Russia. Drills we. Have a pattern of behavior of these particular actors engaging in. Attempts to promote discord in American politics and we see. That discussion about seeds has been used in a very similar way on. The other hand some other types of that's been called the content polluter is much more focused. On spreading spam they may be using antibac-, seen content as a way to get. People to, click

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news for from the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco so I guess there are developments that are happening within, the The last hour. That you need to bring us up to speed on right Within the last couple of minutes yeah we've been waiting to see. If a party room meeting will be called and. You have the key there they apparently have the votes to get that done Sky News is reported of the prime minister Turnbull is in possession of the petition with forty three signatures asking for the spill. That would be noon showdown for leadership of the liberal party and prime, ministership three leading candidates. Have, emerged Peter Dutton who, was the main challenger Julie Bishop and Scott Morrison now the other story line the subplot on. This playing out as the opinion handed down. By the solicitor general regarding weather Peter Dutton is eligible to serve, in parliament the ruling that he is not incapable meaning he's. Capable of serving but that it was. Impossible to state the, position with certainty so we'd go to a high court Bloomberg's. Jason Scott. Says this. Is unprecedented and involves a future direction of the country it is it is it's a Sort of unprecedented and I think a lot of people a, alluding before to the split in the liberal party as it. Goes with it small l liberals if. You like the economic, conservatives the sort of right wing populace ideas of sort of. Trumpian ideas. If you. Like that Represent Okay and now I'm looking at the top live blogs and Andrew Hobbs and editor and Sydney says sky now is backtracking on whether the petition has actually been handed, over, so oh, boy what a. Mess the next step is to see if the noon meeting is actually, held and if they're a selection of a new prime, minister so we'll keep you. Updated Donald Trump takes on Jeff. Sessions today, says if he is, impeach the markets will crash and that plea bargaining what he calls flipping should be illegal in San. Francisco I'm Ed. Baxter this is Bloomberg Douglas back to you where we're going to go to Melbourne right now and bring in George Soros director of Salter, brothers asset, management, George first of, all let's get your take on what we're seeing developing Australia equity market holding onto. Gains but, boy this currency remains on the back, foot doesn't it Awake A general positive for the small item economy and at the girl positive, earnings full sex with having said all of, that it's it's the, volatility the pathway with the political events and the wonderful nature of a Westminster system I have one that you can get your later The poverty level but it quickly ideal but allow nevertheless is. Always a good pension fund that have either light So if there is indeed a change in leadership does, it fundamentally change anything about the outlook for the economy given the government policy could change also Potentially can if the treasurer gets it Carry on, and lackluster Julie Bishop the foreign minister Just. Take, the mantle problem Malcolm. Turnbull the outgoing communist oh dot and get ten they'll be a bit of an adjustment and quite, clearly what they've been very vocal about immigration immigration the. Draw, of economic growth and economic prosperity in Australia however sticking points with infrastructure spending lagging and That gross while they hold it, into the economy and positives so JD earnings that political angle that economic and that's been. Getting it's it's it's, it's. Child, to be that's the. Pay the angle and quite clearly an election has to be held in this country before my next, year and the position later the labor we'll continue with. More, confrontational and anti-business top of the metric In. General George very quickly in about, twenty seconds to me where does this leave the RB then On hold on hold for the pool, table and that's well into next year When we continue the conversation I'd, like to open it up and get your sense of what's going on globally particularly in the foreign exchange with dollar strength in a lot of, all, Attila that we've been. Seeing in EM.

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Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Matisse discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Matisse discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The WTO against US tariffs on sixteen billion US dollars worth of Chinese goods. The threat comes off to the US imposed a second-round of tariffs on Chinese goods in an escalation of their trade war. The twenty five percent tax came into effect at noon in Beijing. There are fears that more tariffs could further hurt companies and consumers and the Democratic Republic of Congo has approved four more experimental treatments against the deadly Ebola

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Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodian election

WAFS Biz Programming

03:58 min | 2 years ago

Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodian election

"At the pump. Prices. Fifty nine cents higher than it was one year ago. Also, the recent GDP growth didn't really translate into a lot of jobs growth. Gasoline demand, therefore is not growing. It seems to be stuck. You'll analyst trilby Lundberg says the most expensive gas in the bay area. The high right now in this panel of cities, San Francisco, three seventy one for regular in the lowest Baton Rouge with two fifty average price of regular grade gas fell three cents over the past two weeks to two dollars ninety. One cents a gallon, a firefighter battling a massive blaze near California's, Yosemite, national park died Sunday. After you was struck by a falling tree, smoke eater is part of her crew, removing brush and other fuel in an area around the so-called Ferguson fire. Homeland security officials say Russian hackers who penetrated. Hundreds of US utilities manufacturing plants. And other facilities, last year, gained access by using the most. Conventional. Efficient tools responded Jeremy house has more on the story. Officials say the hackers could have caused blackouts but chose not to and there. Was no, threat to the grid. Would go down the victims. Included vendors that had links to nuclear plants in the electric grid the. Newly disclosed details of the two thousand seventeen hack, come amid, growing concerns over the Kremlin's efforts to interfere in midterm elections and recent news that a dozen Russian military intelligence officers hacked into democratic Email accounts to infiltrate the Clinton presidential. Campaign Jeremy house Washington, fire officials in Greece raising the death toll, from, a wildfire that raged. Through a coastal area east of Athens to, ninety one twenty five people still missing, six days after the blaze began news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda roster I was such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him and they'd come up and they get close to them and it. Would be instant My dad didn't wanna touch. Him like ooh get the stinky dog, away from me even after we'd give her. A bath she would still stink very, stinky both bad breath and bad gas I asked the vet and. He said some dogs are. Just stinky does your dog it's scratched stink or shed like crazy come dine invite for. Help Eno v. I t. e. dot com the omega three fatty acids flax seed. Think you'll sell the. Digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food the ingredients, to, Vince, me, that, it was definitely worth trying after about a week he started smelling normal my. Husband and I were really kind of astonished dynamite is attrition eight five nine four two eight one thousand d. I n. o. v.. I t. e. dot com President Trump's personal. Attorney Rudy Giuliani says the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen is not creditable, I'd never prosecute a case on this guy's testimony first of all he talks to the press He. May, be taping me second he's contradicted so. Many times. That I mean you begin your cross examination by saying which is he going to tell us today Michael let's go through them now Giuliani was a guest on. Fox News Sunday Australia's foreign minister says. Her government, had a, total had told, the Cambodian government of its serious concerns. About Sunday's election Cambodia's ruling party one in a widely expected result if the only credible opposition was silenced. Last year foreign. Minister Julie Bishop said Cambodia's progress towards. Democracy was reversing siding the. Dissolution of the main opposition party and the banning. Of its officials, in running in the election More on these stories at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rockstar Can you feel. What it's coming You know what, that means no,.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The limited security clearance of, a number of intelligence directors. In previous administrations former FBI director James Komi former CIA. Director John Brennan and former national intelligence. Director James Clapper on the list Just a very very petty Pretty changing do bowl. To. Say about White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders. Says there are solid reasons president is exploring these mechanisms to remove, security clearance because they've politicized and in some cases actually monetize their public service and. Their security clearances, perspective Bloomberg so he'll go poor has tradition goes have access to some level of clearance after, they leave not the. Top. The top secret level yeah he says the president apparently has the ability to do it if he, wants to Australia's foreign minister Julie Bishop and the US. To meet with, her counterpart Mike Pompeo today visit India's prime minister Narendra. Modi has arrived in Rwanda it is the first Indian premier to visit China's Premier Li Chong has ordered the government to open a formal investigation. Of the nation's vaccine industry, after violations found Chan Chan. Siang biotechnology had. Misrepresented data further information shows it, was selling Low-quality vaccines for infants global news twenty four hours a day, on Aaron talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than, one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter this is Bloomberg yeah the. Numbers on that Ed or quite astounding one hundred ten thousand rabies, vaccine data which was forged there and then another quarter million sub-standard vaccines for diptheria. Tetanus and protests, what a story yeah I and and this is now we have the story yesterday this is, a formal investigation from. The. Premier Don now thanks talk to you in a bit thirty nine past the hour let's get the, latest on global sports we've got Danny Schwartzman in the. Chair question for, you Dan is PS g looking to get better what. Do you think Dr that's apparently the case killing him confirming he has tried to recruit fellow france-international Angola content a PS cheetahs broach the subject. But chairman Nasser Alkali fee, Conde still has three years. Remaining on his Chelsea contract and Considered one the. Best. Defensive midfielders in the world with Chelsea possibly losing Eden hazard and William this summer blues have turned their, attention to, Manchester United's Anthony Marshall though Old Trafford, is reluctant apart the twenty two year old that's based on one hundred million euros transfer fee on the forward the Meadowlands racetrack. In New Jersey. Says they've accepted. Three, point five million dollars in sports bets injustice. I nine days of being open for business since the state legalize sports gambling the other three venues licensed in jersey app taken in sixteen point. Four, million dollars in bets Roger Federer dropping out of August Rogers. Cup citing hectic schedule the world's number two ranked. Players. Only played the event once in the past four years top-ranked Raffin. The Dow Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic and. Andy Murray will all be in Toronto starting August fourth, Dallas Mavericks announcing the signing of thirteen time? All star Dirk Nowitzki? To. A one year contract, for five, million dollars that will keep the seven footer in Texas for a record twenty-first straight season, no other player in league history has played for one team for that long consecutive stretch Nasal baseball scoreboard local teams in action in about twenty five minutes Boston's, at. Baltimore sandiego visits the New York Mets Yankees on the road at, Tampa Bay meanwhile Oakland heads. To Texas Washington on their way to, Milwaukee Tim tebow, the, New York Mets out the rest of the season after breaking the hand the phone in his right hand on the Schwartzman that's your, Bloomberg NBC world sports update Reshad thank you. So much, for, that done right this is what we've got coming up, of, course we'll be looking ahead to the start of the trading day in the Asia Pacific we're going to be able to talk to. Mike. Lee.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Disney to buy twenty first. Century FOX's entertainment, business Comcast said it would now focus on trying to acquire the European broadcaster sky The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo Joseph Kabila has promised that long delayed elections will go ahead. As planned in December but Mr Kabila declined to say whether he would seek a. Third, term in power in defiance of the constitution according, Turkey has turned down a request by Australia to extradite Neil cash and Australian citizen accused of recruiting for the. Islamic state militant group Australia's foreign minister Julie Bishop said the news was disappointing BBC news My name is Tyler risk and seventeen years old and Republican running for governor of, the. States Kansas you're seventeen. Years old you can't even. Vote yet why are you running? For governor and I'd be seventeen, years old but? Why not let's win. This thing welcome to assignment on the BBC World Service in, America's heartland the state of Kansas where something rather unusual. Is happening teenagers have joined the race for the highest office in. The state they're running. For governor don't be sorted deterred by. My age that means I'm not well versed on, any issues whatever this is what it's all. About it it's hearing from all, of you the issues that are important to you when I high, school student Tyler Rusi can meet cream Chino's into freshly ironed blue checked shirt is out on the campaign. Trail today he's come to a retirement home to sell his policies to an audience in their eighties, and nineties and one who A, hundred years old All, right yeah so. Yeah so so yes so Sichuan's is. That there's a problem this nation was built on the Embiid Young at my age back in the seventeen hundreds. I could've. Been. The, commander, of a ship. And I think this year in this. Era as first starting to rise up Can I just ask you got Rizek for governor buttons on badges China's fans I think with his brain and his looks and star it's just wonderful Pretty darn smart what did you make you, Tyler's presentation then Sounds like a seventeen year old he is Boy anybody. Giving you Cigars, more lowly position Starving Some people say they're a distraction or even a bit of a joke that teenagers running for governor in one of America's fifty states that they say that changing politics for the better bringing fresh ideas as well as fresh faces and reaching out across the bitter political. Divide I'm clever Alderson and for assignment this, week I'm in Kansas to meet two of these would be governors to hear about their hopes and aspirations and ask what impact their generation is having on politics in the US. Today Tyler's campaign battle buses his nineteen Ninety-three Oldsmobile, the car's been on the road longer than he's been alive but it's in good enough. Shape for him to drive me around his home territory the, leafy avenues of Johnson county it's an area on the. Southwest side. Of Kansas City and is the most densely populated part of this state so all very very suburban and residential looks very nice lovely houses nice neat lawns big wide roads old trees it looks like it's quite a welfare and it's a little bit more progressive Tyler's a. Republican but his brand of republicanism is far, removed from that espoused by the national party leadership he's a self proclaimed moderate whose liberal views in this traditionally conservative or red state reflect his diverse middle class community he's crowd That. He's educated in, the publicly funded school system and recent. Consonants.

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Kim Trump, Australia and Jackie Quinn discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Kim Trump, Australia and Jackie Quinn discussed on 24 Hour News

"The democratic nomination for governor he will face incumbent republican henry mcmaster november five states held primary races president trump says there's a new future for north korea if it goes forward with complete denuclearisation ceases korea expert victor cha says it looks like things went well in singapore the bar for success in this summit is war or peace it's a pretty low bar we got piece the american medical association's calling for a ban on assault weapons the doctors group weighing in on the nation's gun violence there were frantic efforts to save bodey miller's young daughter who drowned in los angeles this weekend here's the nine one one call back and over airway breathing cutbacks how long was she in the pool i'm jackie quinn a complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be there fixation of the denuclearization during an interview with the australian broadcasting corporation bishop also said the world's watching to see what happens next as president trump has said compete complete denuclearisation means the complete verifiable irreversible dismantlement of north korea's nuclear weapons program and that will thereby remove a real risk to a region and the world but we will have to see the concrete genuine steps at north korea takes iran's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea a talented young actress been found dead.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

"Felony count of cocaine possession with a trial to be scheduled in the coming months a complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong un during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be verification all the denuclearization during an interview with the australian broadcasting corporation bishop also said the world's watching to see what happens next as president trump has said compete complete denuclearisation means the complete verifiable irreversible dismantlement of north korea's nuclear weapons program and that will they remove a real risk to our region and the world but we will have to see the concrete genuine steps at north korea takes iran's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea a complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in over a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be there fixation of the denuclearization veron's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea hi it's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your capella.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

"Complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be there fixation of the denuclearization during an interview with the australian broadcasting corporation bishop also said the world's watching to see what happens next as president trump has said compete complete denuclearisation means the complete verifiable irreversible dismantlement of north korea's nuclear weapons program and that will they remove a real risk to a region and the world but we will have to see the concrete genuine steps at north korea takes iran's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea a complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be verification of the denuclearization peron's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea the cubs returned to first place in the nfl central bb the brewers in extra innings chicago first baseman anthony rizzo broke the tie with a homer that was part of a five run eleventh in the senate it's going to be back on time other tough games it's it's which way the ball gonna fall for us fortunately this year they fall on our way while the red sox also find themselves on top with a sheriff first place in.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on AP News

"A complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be verification of the denuclearization iran's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea stroz and terrace cafes that are integral to the parents way of life of feeling endangered they've launched a campaign to be named by the united nations cultural agency as an intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent safeguarding unesco has given that state is two traditions is very a mongolian camel coaxing ritual iranian sailboat building an impressive indigenous peruvians members of a pistol owners association got that monday in central paris they said the best droese paris play a key role in bringing people of all origins religions social classes and h together in a cheap open place to drink a coffee or share a meal the bist are also threatened by increasing rents and competition the number has dropped by half in the past twenty years the owners argued these hopes to see his candidacy examined by unesco next year paris ma dongo supports the initiative a complete denuclearization in commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Would write the new shuttle difference between our two countries the more or less than australia a friends and neighbors are sydney corresponded phil mercer told james kopp know more about the agreement this deal finally sets out each nation's entitlement and ownership of the rich oil and gas reserves that lie beneath the team more see this is a in between australia and east team all this agreement also includes word about the greater sunrise base in its estimated to hold many billions of dollars worth of gas reserves but there is no agreement however on how to develop that gas field and negotiations continues i could imagine for a small country like east team or a deal like this could be hugely significant it is east timor is one of the world's poorest countries it's home to about one point two million people since independence east team will really has struggled to rebuild its infrastructure and many of its young people into work and quite clearly and agreements of this type could have a transformative impact on the economy that certainly the view of the australian foreign minister julie bishop and she also said that the deal should ensure that he's team or reaps the economic and social benefits for generations to come and the australians happy as well i think australia will have economic as well as political gains it ends a destabilizing period with one of its nearest neighbours so now those fraught times should come to an end experts believe that australia is now more consistent of its criticism of china in its territorial claims in the south china sea that has been a suggestion that australia has been hypocritical in exactions against these team oil and now australia can look at that dispute in the south china sea knowing that too according to many experts here it's finally done the right thing as regards its relationship with east.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Would write the new shuttle difference between our two countries the more or less than australia a friends and neighbors are sydney corresponded phil mercer told james kopp know more about the agreement this deal finally sets out each nation's entitlement and ownership of the rich oil and gas reserves that lie beneath the team more see this is a in between australia and east team all this agreement also includes word about the greater sunrise base in its estimated to hold many billions of dollars worth of gas reserves but there is no agreement however on how to develop that gas field and negotiations continues i could imagine for a small country like east team or a deal like this could be hugely significant it is east timor is one of the world's poorest countries it's home to about one point two million people since independence east team will really has struggled to rebuild its infrastructure and many of its young people into work and quite clearly and agreements of this type could have a transformative impact on the economy that certainly the view of the australian foreign minister julie bishop and she also said that the deal should ensure that he's team or reaps the economic and social benefits for generations to come and the australians happy as well i think australia will have economic as well as political gains it ends a destabilizing period with one of its nearest neighbours so now those fraught times should come to an end experts believe that australia is now more consistent of its criticism of china in its territorial claims in the south china sea that has been a suggestion that australia has been hypocritical in exactions against these team oil and now australia can look at that dispute in the south china sea knowing that too according to many experts here it's finally done the right thing as regards its relationship with east.

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Australia and East Timor sign maritime border treaty

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Australia and East Timor sign maritime border treaty

"Of those cools the national health service spokesman said the calls were often related to mental health chronic pain and alcohol or drug dependence more than 3500 of those calls who made by a single person is timor more australia have welcomed the deal which brings to an end a longrunning dispute over their shared maritime border the rob again in two thousand and two when east timor timur less is also known became a sovereign nation the two countries disagreed over how to share of revenues from huge offshore gas field australia's foreign minister julie bishop without the signing ceremony this is an his star eric day the by our nation's we recognize that it is a particularly important day for team or list and another step forward in team was journey as a sovereign nation and this was east timor's deputy prime minister hem energy drew parreira we deciding loosely today would write the new shipbuilding difference you between our two countries the more or less than australia a friends and neighbours passively correspondent phil mercer told me more about the dispute and how it's being resolved this ends a long and bitter dispute about a maritime boundary it also sets down a formula for sharing billions of dollars in future oil and gas revenues now this deal finally sets out each nation's in entitlement.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The pulse that the uk economy uk consumers cots back spending for third month in july in the west slump in more than four years it's another blow to the economy at the start of the courts off to the bank of england lowered its growth forecasts for the uk just last week spending dropped by no point eight percent year on year the west hit category he's being clothing household goods to food and transports according to our chests markets on visa in a report published this monday but when it comes to break the uk low make his in brussels the fighting against adopting new eu financial lows ahead of the uk's departure from the eu they're attempting to kill proposals that would force do you a clearing business to move to the continent and also acquire uk banks to consolidate their presence within the eu bank of england governor mark connie has warned the some of the need legislation could have quite a very very serious consequences for the banking industry uk will be obliged to adult any laws passed by the eu before the break that date of course much 2019 the question remains though how much influence uk negotiators have in brussels at this stage off to allow states brexit referendum we also needs to about geopolitics so don't we karl on us president trump has spoken overnight to his south korean counterpart moon jae in about north korea's intercontinental ballistic missile test last month the coal comes after the un security council imposed additional sanctions on north korea that would ban exports of coal iron led and seafood julie bishop australia's foreign minister told bloomberg in an exclusive interview that the international community must maintain pressure on the regime in addition to those that had been imposed in the past nisa mickens oh five permanent members from concern russia determined to prevent north korea from continuing down as provocative and dangerous an integral part son hussein how afoot of course investing announced bath we must maintain pressure on north korea to change its the risk the ranking sent me a global threat by was julie bishop australia's foreign affairs minister meanwhile in the united states knee white house chief of staff john kelly has moved swiftly to bring order to a chaotic and on vat not so quoting to.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Capital on news radio what out two nine karn to russia's week in review and a more funding to him and being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh doing what i was bored name to do squeak into a microphone all right so here's the story on trump's remarked of the french first lady it's from the reuters news agency lee when the biggest despise trump and the the headline australian foreign minister criticizes trump's remarked a french first lady the australian foreign minister julie bishop on sunday a criticised comments by donald trump on french first lady regime mac groans appearance you're in such good shape trump was filmed on thursday telling her during his first state visit to france okay now what in the world is knew what is so wrong or you're in such good shape what if she had said that the him there would have been a compliment right you're in such good shape anybody who understands anything knows what trump was doing i it it's it's the fact that there is still much handwringing am vapor and gnashing of teeth over this is a terrific illustration of what is happening to our culture and how it is veering off track and is resulting in vast limitations of.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on WRVA

"You're listening to russia's week in review more finally human being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh doing what i was bored to do speak into a microphone all right so here's the story on trump's remarked of the french first lady from the reuters news agency lee leeway did this despise trump and the the headline australian foreign minister criticizes trump's remarked a french first lady the australian foreign minister julie bishop on sunday a criticised comments by donald trump on french first lady regime mac krone appearance you're in such good shape trump was filmed on thursday telling her during his first state visit to france okay now what in the world is me what is so wrong you're in such good shape what if she had said that the him would have been a compliment right you're in such good shape anybody who understands anything knows what trump was doing i it it's the fact that there is so much handwringing and vapors and gnashing of teeth over this is a terrific illustration of uae what is happening to our culture and how it is veering off track and is resulting in vast limitations of free speech is that's what this is designed to do is to shut down any kind of speech digest anybody could be one person finds offensive julie bishop the australian foreign minister told the australian broadcasting corporation when asked whether she would be flattered or offended of the comment were directed at her she's rugby taken aback i think it's a rather interesting comment to make it has been sexist comment on a woman's appearance since the late '60s and certainly since the early seventies in has been show vanilla stick and sexist it has been discriminatory it has been insulting to comment on a woman's appearance do not doubt me i came of age during this era i am i've been figuratively slapped for making such observations such observations were of course an insult to the woman's ma and if you commented on her physical appearance or or some such thing never mind women spend oldest time making themselves look attractive and then you notice that you're in trouble that as i said i know what trump was doing the woman is sixty four her husband is thirty nine in real ville that's that's unusual when you have to agree um i am i even wrong about.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on WLAC

"You're listening to russia's week in review adding more funding being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh doing what i was bored to do streak into a microphone all right so here's the story on trump's remark to the french first lady it's from a reuters news agency lee when the dentist despise trump and the the headline australian foreign minister criticizes trump's remarked a french i wait aimed the australian foreign minister julie bishop on sunday day criticised comments by donald trump on french first lady regime mac krones appearance you're in such good shape trump was filmed on thursday telling her during his first state visit to france okay now what in the world is me what is so wrong or you're in such good shape what if she heads him at would have been a compliment right you're in such good shape anybody who understands anything knows what trump was doing i it it's the fact that there is so much handwringing and vapor and gnashing of teeth over this is a terrific illustration of what what is happening to our culture and how it is veering off track and is resulting in.

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"julie bishop" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"julie bishop" Discussed on KELO

"Hot and humid saturday with a high near 90 degrees us at new with mostly sunny skies let northwest wind that about ten or twenty miles prior with gus near thirty miles per hour will push shots of the committee's tomorrow will be quite bad mostly care tonight as he to sixty one and every sunday mostly sunny skies with a high around 84 with not as he would can dejan but and lepuc lazy stormcenter nine meterologist prince knit your source for the latest news all day every day we come with us and check back all day long kelo newstalk 1320 1079 you're listening to russia's week in review more funding the being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh doing what i was bored to do speak into a microphone all right so here's the story on trump's remarked of the french first lady from a reuters news agency lee when the dentist despise trump and the the headline australian foreign minister criticizes trump's remarked a french first lady the australian foreign minister julie bishop on sunday day criticised comments by donald trump on french first lady regime mac krone appearance you're in such good shape trump was filmed on thursday telling her during his first state visit to france okay now what in the world is me what is so wrong you're in such good shape what if she had said that the him there would have been a compliment right you're in such good shape anybody who understands anything knows what trump was doing i it's it's the fact that there is still much handwringing and vapor and gnashing of teeth over this is a terrific illustration of what is half according to our culture and how it is veering off track and is resulting in vast limitations of free speech because that's what this is designed to do is to shut down any kind of speech digest any by could be one person finds offensive julie bishop the australian foreign minister told the australian.

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