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06:43 min | 3 months ago

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"Business is aligned to them. Cheap wise neeraj winning business they don't get it One of them actually call me and asked me look. I don't want to be rude but you hard me it years ago. You're working as a sales director and onto neeraj and you're winning all this business not just have to let all my stuff only may not. What are you doing and i said okay. Why don't you share me a proposal. You're setting onto people on a show modest proposal. Show me all of i five slides and i said okay. Do you not see what the problem is. He said no. I said olives on has talked about yourself. Why would anybody said here's who we are. Here's what we achieve. Here's what we have when somebody talks to me about sales training. I never said to them. Okay before we start arvidsson to bestselling books a bestselling book. I won five awards in april this year. Salesforce nominate may as well the talk sixteen sales people in the world to follow. I never say that because it's not important all buyer cares about is am i gonna listen to them. And i'm going to provide the right solution to their. That's what they care about. Not my achievements and so many people. Just talk about themselves now. This actually relates course to the tech industry and the sausage distri. Unlock the people. I'm working. I go through their proposals or we do role play together because role players is really important conscious. Teach people things. Andy you've got to put it into action so we always do role plays after after i trim and what's back before and after all plays and the before role play they start the conversation saying okay. Let me tell you about us. Almost every single tech and saas company starts a conversation or a presentation with. Let me tell you about us garage. We were founded in. Yes let me tell you how we started. Let me tell you coming. Let me tell you about our awards or sometimes just start talking about themselves for at least five minutes on it's boring tedious. And nobody cares and so by what they do is before they even do that. They have to they have to talk about the client and so what bill can start the conversation. I noticed on your website this morning you talked about this are linked in you. Did this post which i liked and commented on by the white gutless fantastic automatically you start from ninety nine percent of people in your industry because people just don't do that quite interesting. I buy from people who make the effort to research my business. Which very few people do. I generally wanna buy but most people are very bad at it. I bought life insurance recently. My life insurance because the guy recognize written books he liked my linked in profile. He commented my post. I bought life insurance from him. It was a very simple process. I bought my car again. The guy asked him. What kind of car do you like. How do you want to feel the car. This kid isn't as late twenties. But he was variable trained because he cared about me and i came back at test drive. The didn't have the car came back to test drive it. He said i googled you. You're amazing well. My gosh i read your articles. And he talked what i've done and i bought the car just because he was a nice guy and all the isn't any better than the bmw or mercedes by the way. It's all ofri very good cars. I bought the aug customer. Experience was fantastic. Bmw or like the wolf of wall. Street bunch of sleaze balls on mercedes were just were cities we don't they just were two self-important grand experience. I didn't care that mercedes was more expensive. I cared about the customer experience so intact you have to mention about the client you have to research the client before you speak to them. Research their business and research. The person and be. Don't do this. You feel before you started art percents so to do these days to. There's no excuse for not doing it. I like you yeah. Watts followers on link them out of people. Connect with me. Gosh have had pitches per day. I was trying to. That's a lot and none of them have researched me. I mean it's just on lincoln using linked in and yet none of them taking the time even look at my profile best. That happened which was about a year ago is guy reached out to me and said. Yeah andy. Lincoln must deal. Direct muscle lincoln. Yes i've looked at your profile. I think you'd be a great candidate to start a podcast. That's like Right yeah. I don't think you should looked at my bro- because Gap and doing it for years anyway. So all right ring a little bit. I time here. But i did some really important questions. Ask you one. Is you say your favorite topic. Talk about chocolate. So what's the best chocolate thing you've ever eaten. Ordinance and mason is popular shopping. Bit like howard's groundfloor. Chocolates are the best everhart. Selfridge's isn't far behind. Harrods is terrible. Don't touch it. But yeah i spent ten years with a chocolate tasting society of rip written. Yeah ten years would rich chocolate. I liked the bottom. I did. I did it for free for chocolates but i chocolate sommelier chocolate. So may that wasn't the word they use. That's what it was. But i had to stop because i got to root canals also fillings. My teeth. I have to stop with sugar reasons. I was gonna say not to mention the all right and we talked earlier about such a huge fan of eighties. Rock so favorite as rock group now. Eighties rock meaning modest sixties or seventies. Act though still playing the but an eighties record. Despite the fact they help them any good music and twenty years on sadly like most rebounds in the eddie's they're not very good live anymore but it's still bon jovi because when i saw bon jovi the eighties nineties. It was i mean. They nara smith. They were within europe guns and roses. Anything that same. Bon jovi were the best. They really were the best they. Paul on greg shows how great memories of watching play live at wembley stadium with bon jovi. Wow okay thank that set to go talk forever on a bunch of things but we'll have to look forward to having you come back and talk again so if people want to connect with you linked and obviously it's probably the best way to do that yet. Please go to linked in or everybody works in sales dot com is a ten page. Pdf but sales tips will help you..

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"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

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06:29 min | 3 months ago

"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

"It did take me six months so great like do that. I really and truly out every single day. I'm grateful and so what was the question where we're talking. Tangents are welcome We're talking about you'd have this great sales experience and a comic bookstore. Yes all right so now. And that's why. I said because of north now's the bound earning become together and plus all the pubs have been shut last eighteen months complain personally. I don't feel safe going back into a pack bar. I know they're slowly. Opening and people are going clubbing. I don't feel comfortable even on fully vaccinated and so like what kind of hobie can i guess. And i wanted to take up. A new hawks do believe your work should never be your life and a few friends recommend comic books so went to comic bookstore and balfas forbidden international spry big chan branch and i said look. I'm looking for colleague. Books have no idea. I love the batman movies with christopher nolan. I think daredevil is my favorite. tv show of all time. What do you recommend and he says. Give me a second and iran downstairs stairs and it goes guys we got the newbie and all of a sudden they said okay. What are you doing. what's important to you. What makes you happy. Tell me your favorite. Tv shows why are they our favorite tv shows. Do you like the marvel movies. Do you like dc comics dark and they just asked me so many questions but they were doing a really genuinely excited way or get excited and they talked to a prospect. And i'm like well a loved daredevil for some reason because i love ability to here by love his relationship with a second i love the fact. He's trying to make the world. Better place something i wanted to do. But don't have superpowers. Think oh okay you gotta get this issue and you've gotta get this issue and you're going to try this show and dark knight got if read the dark knight. This is where he got the inspiration and all of a sudden. They weren't selling to me. They were telling me what they love and you could see their passion and you could feel the joy and i'm like this is amazing. I left. I only spend fifty dollars there. I got some brit stuff. I loved it. I loved the experience which you don't really get. One of the reasons retail is being destroyed by the internet. Everybody believes amazon. Everybody says osama's felt and that's true to a certain extent but most retail has terrible customer service. It's really boring and people. If they do come up to you say can we help you with anything. Okay that's pretty much as far as it goes most customer service. I'm sorry retail. Your service stinks. And that's why you're feeling. Don't blame amazon. Blame yourselves and it was so lovely to be in shop where the customer service was awesome made to feel like royalty and i spent with him. And there'd be two weeks later. I went back and spent one hundred dollars. Nine bought knows more stop. Because i trusted them so they absorb me even trying and that was a wonderful experience. Ask questions they. How do they genuinely cared. They weren't hartselle me. They cared about me on more sales. People need to understand not learn that. How do we do that. Because i think i agree with you. I think this is. This is specially in tech sales world these days and it's been reported and surveys that analyst firms put out that the buyers the buyers experience these days is generally perceived to be poor by majority of buyers Majority of ceos managing directors report. The same thing is that you know. Sellers just aren't prepared to have that type of conversation. They need curious enough for interested enough to have the type of conversation to help the buyers or understand the problems we're trying to solve. How do we how we get spectra. Human just basic human skills. How do we. How do we train these people. Because if for years at least here in the states i don't know about trim in the uk as well in popular culture in tv or movies if they're going to portray a sales person. It was stereotypically. Pushy sales the individual about them trying to get what they want really care about the needs of the buyer and so as either. It's gotta be a car. Sales personnel used car salesperson. Rabih a a real estate agent selling a house. I think back to off. It's like gosh. In the last three years most positive sales experience i have had most professional sales experiences. I've had our leasing a car and buying a home and least professional experiences. I've had consistently are with sales people in tech and sas and so i wonder is is the stereotype gonna change and now five years. Now we're ten years when you neurotic write the screenplay the finally gets produced salesperson that that's exhibiting the stereotypically bad sales behaviors. I don't think it's gonna be a car salesperson anymore or a real stage. Unfortunately i think it's gonna be a seller in tech. We'll i speak to the of tech companies and sas companies now starting to get hired more and more before i didn't really they didn't really recognize me. Acknowledge me because. I don't specialize in that industry but i'm not. I got my first saas company in the usa. I got one in canada. I have three in england and the reason they hired me is because sam boring people. Who'd be doing the training for so long are just not getting results. Because they haven't really evolved much in the last five or ten years most sales trainer sadly just quoting research. Quoting research is not good enough. Most sales trainers and sales coaches do not pick up the phone and call call i do. I'm a business owner. I have to more. Business is repeat referral and inquiries which is great was only seventy percent off to fight for it and i mean it sometimes quite often against the big players and load find this really interesting on almost every single day i see a variety of competitors. Look at my lincoln profile and they must be going insane thinking wisest guy..

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"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

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05:45 min | 3 months ago

"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

"And admire in my industry and thus lovely. But i'm thinking well the other twelve thousand five hundred people where are they. And every now and again i'll meet them and apparently they read my post. They just never like comment. You always lurker zone. Lincoln who see my posts but never comments. Most people never comment on lincoln or say anything they just read and then move on. You know seh welcome back to. The point is making before which is your of making a point which i don't disagree with that. Yet it's a very treacherous landscape in out on linked in terms of the advice that's available. So how are the people are alerting. Let's say as well as those who engages. How are they to choose who to follow. What advice to follow because this is this is coming up more and more with the guests. I'm talking to guests on the show. A couple of weeks ago thought we should be on stood rating system unlinked in for for sales advice. We'll take sales field goal in but it could be advice for any business type. But what's your thoughts on that if you're only in what you shouldn't do is look at one salesperson advice. Then go to another salesperson's advice people doing this industry look at about twenty or thirty different posts and think okay. I'm going to do that. But that's confusing. what. I tend to cause. I'm a great believer that if you make a living as a coach you should be investing yourself because if not why would anybody invest in your So what i do. Is you know i look at people. I invest in invest. A lot of money and myself my business. I look people in lincoln on whose work really resonates with me and connect with me and then what i'll do is. I'll try doing that in real lightning. Okay it's not body. Let me try this and see. How much invest in them. So the book behind me that you see is jeb. Blood virtual selling brilliant book because most people are terrible genuinely offer virtual sally most of the time. When i'm training sales people. They looked like the just woken up having earlier. You know they haven't washed the probably. Lebron pajama bottoms as well. You know they're just not they're not treating virtual sounding like they would a normal sales meeting where he get washed changed. Get macara and do the commute. They think they've all this time ni- they just suddenly turn up unprepared on a bit frazzled. And not quite ready for it and that's a great book that iran. I thought this is so. I felt more or less books. This is amazing so invested in this course and thus what you do you read something that's valuable you put it into action. I'm going to work and you get results. Then you invest more not particular person. You don't something go to ten more people you know. See what they're saying. And that's what i do. I read the works by jeb lewd and by daniel disney and by mark hunter. And a mike. This is fantastic on best in their books and invest in courses and i paid to see them speak live and i'm constantly learning and keeping sharp because of that. That's a good way of doing things but falling fifty different people on reading off fifty posted today on sales. That's just confusing on is going to lead to over well okay. We talked briefly about one of the best sales experiences you had was actually on a comic bookstore won't tell me so. Tell us about that well. In my free time. Three years ago. I did a post cold lessons. Sales lessons learned as a field. Rockstar finally talked about my failure. And i put picture only din of meena denim jacket and the six pack a nice beautiful beautiful hair the position. I was starting a bit Wouldn't say extra but not really linden appropriate me posing as an eighties rockstar. Pretty much and i talked about lessons. I learned as a rock star. And so many men in the forties and fifties restocked me linked and messed. You're saying i'm gonna rock band. We needed a drummer. And that was actually lovely edition for a few bands. And i chose a ban that was nearest my highest but also where i could learn the best player became a bit of a mentor to me. Just musical point of view. Lovely guy and the whole ban roller sixties and seventies. And here i was at the time i was forty six so i was learning. Molly's guys so much about visa. They taught me an unbelievable might but hotter russell and it was one of the best experiences that have for years. But since i after thirty years in england i got divorced so very painful divorce. I was Nam you know the marriage. It's a great example of people misunderstanding. Success in money You know my wife. And i were both successful. She was very successfully. Bought a english country house in two thousand fourteen. It was the highest possibly go english country highs into sports cars. And it's like oh my god after work seven days a week nine miserable. I wasn't spending time with her relationship. Just slowly really slowly drifted apart and then our daughter went to university on just collapse. We tried did nights. We tried everything we couldn't make it work and i ended up going to see a sister slide. The kim the bad guys or result we went through ferry painful divorce and i went through a rough depression for two years a lot mental health problems and then locked on happened and i spent four months by myself alone with nobody in the world and not really scripting up quite badly so my parents said look suicide among men in their forties is alarmingly high. You gotta come back home. You put on so much typical in the apparently but also much rate you look terrible. Come back home in their own way. Yes of course not not not in the most subtle way but their own way and it was the best advice i give so actually doing this podcast now from northern ireland i everything storage..

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"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

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06:34 min | 3 months ago

"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

"If you were to summarize not summarize but reduced and i think this is one of the problems with we have with sales today not today forever almost but seems to be more acute today is is not broad agreement of what selling is and so it seems to me. That's a mission. I want to come with a common definition that everybody can buy into what sales is so. Because i know if you ask hundred different sellers you ain't get one hundred different answers. That's kind of problematic because theoretically should have the same idea in mind what is trying to accomplish so in your mind. What's what's sales. Sales is helping customer win for me. That's the most simplest basic answer. I can give but also very effective answer clients. Don't hire me for sales training. They harm me to generate results in other words helping the client win. That's harm is to get results. And i wish it was like a playbook or standard rulebook. That people could use when gwen to sales in this morning. Only dan i the post of it hotter ride a good follow up email because most people don't know how to do this and i i didn't get an email posted an email from an md. I deleted all blocked out. His name is email addresses. Nobody knew who it was. And this person's managing director of business and the email was appalling was all about him. It offered no value and he just desperate to book the meeting yet every sales executive every sdr every a e every business exec. Everybody who sells me sales exactly the same way. They talk about themselves of value and they try committing meeting. There needs to be a playbook of some sort where people just need to understand that if you want succeed in sales you have to invest in yourself. My father spent nine years becoming a doctor. My mother spent three years becoming physiotherapist. My brothers a professional tennis coach. They all spent years working on their craft learning and even after they graduated they still kept learning. Since people don't have three years of learning they may get a day a week. They're lucky but mainly a day of training and they get nothing until later and that's not good enough you have to have regular learning and regular training and that's how you become great. Seals look at every successful sales person whether they're based in the uk europe asia. America canada every single one. Not one of them was naturally born sales personality every single one of them at all being not very good but by getting cochrane early by reading books by getting a mentor by going to conferences it became better and better and better and better nas. Would you have to do to succeed in sales. I absolutely agree on on the continuous learning. I still. I still think we this. This problem is that this basic definition. Because i think if you asked most sellers their jobs to convince somebody to buy something to persuade them that their product has the best product and people just agree in your definition. It's fine mines slightly different but but not too dissimilar. Yeah in my mind. Sales is just listening to understand. What's the most important thing to a buyer and then helping them get that if you're a seller if you have that in mind that's it that's all you're trying to do trying to identify what's the most important thing understand. Not just no but understand what the most important thing is to buyer and then help them get that if you do that that should be your competitor. Your motivating thought every interaction with the buyer. We get basic agreement around that and then it gets back to the points you talked about it because in one of your post about five most powerful points and sales is it's showing interest another person you know. It's it's asking questions to show demonstrate that interest. It's being curious. It's listening to understand as you talked about. Not just listening to respond. It's it's being generous with the value. You give to help them doesn't really. Its core human skills. That aren't in any sales playbook and sales training playbook and it seems like a really until we addressed those into. We assume that sellers know how to do those things. We assume that they're human beings that are capable of things and having emotional intelligence as you talk about and it's just not the case. Yeah when people call me or message me for help. Won't they always want as hardawy close more deals. And yet when you spend time with the mandate closing deals is rarely a problem. Closing deals isn't if not difficult. Most of the time is really not. I'm not making light of that. Most people want multiple counter as open deals and they cut engage with customers customers. Go through that period which many go through where. They can't make a decision for a variety of reasons. They get stuck and they don't know what to do and then having this massive pipeline of people who really aren't going anywhere bathroom most people get stuck in sales. It's not the closing it really isn't it's the opening. It's the engagement getting people through that sales process. They really don't understand what that is. And that's why posts so much linked in us. Why speak at so many events. And i try to educate people and i do. I hope that the one person a day or two people a day. but i'm not helping the masses. It's really hard getting through to the masses. On i guess seals is a lot like dieting. There's so much misinformation out there and so much about advice there that a lot of people get confused and don't know what to do so do nothing or they just listen to some bigger and they just gone take up biggers advice and it just they fall flat face and it doesn't work but the some degrading i mean through your efforts on lincoln aren't just trying to be that sales expert for so many people and it's wonderful built up an audience ni- thirteen thousand followers on lincoln and i would say about five percents them engage with me so much i love five percents there my existing clients or potential future clients on. They're just people. I know who are just good people..

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"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

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05:57 min | 3 months ago

"kapur" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Looking through the newspapers because back then there was still low internet and You would see in the back of the papers. are top. sales earned two thousand pounds last week. Which is about three thousand dollars in commission. And i'm like okay. I can do that. No experience required tastic. This burnt of definitely gonna go apply for this. I applied for the job than twenty minutes. I got so. I kind of figured okay. Natural seals sky because in twenty minutes getting a job. My first interview new problem. I turned up. They gave me an air force script. Give me one art. And i was on the phone. Dot was my training the keyboards. I could not stop talking. I couldn't get a chance to speak. I had to speak for five minutes nonstop and they interrupted me. It would be like. What do i say my boss go say this. My boss will be feeding me. Answers at the so unprofessional and yet this company was fully function. Profitable business what were selling magazine. Advertising full full-page ads magazine ran. It just didn't work afterwards. I thought okay. I've got to get a job in a in the transmit. Because i don't know how to sell i must of knocked for the next few days and about sixty doors. In london menachem doors people do not contrary to popular belief american south people. Don't open the doors and say come inside. Let's have a cup of tea. Nobody said that okay. They're like just close the door that don't answer they're just not interested about my sixty sixty fifth attempt was rush and she listened to me and she just ahead of training. I told her my story and shows while you got resilience. I want someone like you my business. I started out. Monday and they treat me an old-fashioned dip on an spin selling for an entire week started off in sales for call. You're selling what at that. Point classified adverts the bucket that business. Okay that a lot of people get their start doing that literally. The first thing i sold wasn't professional job. But when i was in college i was selling ads for a a theater program for student theater. Company that i i helped run so yeah. Everybody seems to start an ad sales at some point. It seems like so. How'd you progress from there to where you are today. What have more in. Today's modern world dancing using apps or websites is very common but in the nineties in london. People made fun of you. John dating website. They called you desperate methodic but the fact wars london as beautiful cities is the culture. The theaters restaurants early is one of the greatest cities in the world. Also one of the loneliest cities in the world is well. I didn't have any family. I didn't have any friends. And i was just lonely. Thought well support. I'm doing quite well in sales at this point. Because i just i work my ass. All i didn't gossip i prospect. I picked up the phone and general cared about my clients. My skill set was very limited but in the nineties those were skills to high right and so i just getting promoted promoted promoted payrise pay rise payrise more responsibilities from classified ads to postcard to sit in those cars to doing full-page advertising launching yearbooks to settle in conferences and events over the ten years it was amazing and by year four. Earning enough money to get pause on a rudy. Tiny two bedroom flat and on them is really tiny property. Prices are much lower thirty years ago as well which made a difference and you only have to give a ten percent pulls up which is nothing. Ross today attempts percent deposits the sand. And you know. I i just wanted to go further and i really wanted to do better so i thought okay. I want someone to share my success with because it wasn't enjoying success by myself and dating agencies. Were just not working. I'd i wasn't happy with eating agencies and so i'm not going to india on holiday happn arranged marriage which i met for twenty minutes and now your were your parents involved in this at all. There were heavily involved in this. Yes very involved. I was continuing to them all the time. Hi lonely. i was living in london. Miserable being in. London not talks to you. Nobody knocks on your door and says the low. There's there's no community at all the really isn't it's very lonely city an okay. Having spent a year and a half welfare's hermit. I did struggle to communicate with people outside of work inside of work. Great bulldog on the phone and prospecting or energy and pinto frustration grid. But when i go to bars. I just couldn't talk to people. I find it very difficult. And plus we spend all day prospecting and talking to people in the evening meet women get exhausted doing a home and rest and so i ended up having arranged marriage and within twenty minutes of meeting a woman married four days later on december nineteen ninety-seven in front of eight hundred strangers terrifying and by the way anybody listening. I wouldn't recommend that is really you know really is quite a scary way to start a life but you know for twenty twenty one years we were married you know so it did last a good time. You know okay. Yup i mean. That's i mean that's that does absolutely terrifying multiple fronts I mean it's hard enough to get married to someone when you've known them for an extended period of time. Maybe it's easier when you don't have to know him for a few hours Yes so you've swung even met you've known for a few days fly back then to to london or do you. Go back to belfast. Herb woman she came back to bear in mind indians well-connected around the world but pre internet people didn't want them like they thought it was just like the bollywood movies. Wherever lives in the big high porsche. They drive range rovers. They you know they speak wonderfully well. It's not like not like donna toll..

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Trump irresponsibly continues downplaying Covid-19 as he tweets he will leave the hospital

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06:11 min | 1 year ago

Trump irresponsibly continues downplaying Covid-19 as he tweets he will leave the hospital

"The upbeat attitude. That team president there's course of illness has had, um, didn't want to give any any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction. On doing so, uh, you know, came off that we're trying to hide. Something was initially true. And so is the effect of the matter is is that he's doing really well. White House physician Dr Sean calmly yesterday, admitting that he put an overly rosy spin on President Trump's Covitz symptoms during Saturday briefing Come on. He told the press outside Walter Reed Medical Center that President Trump needed supplemental oxygen twice after his blood oxygen saturation levels dropped. He was also given the steroid decks, a method zone, a drug typically used to treat serious covet cases. It added up to a muddled message on just how sick the president was, or is Trump, though tweeted today that he'll be leaving the hospital this afternoon. Meanwhile, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced this morning she has Cove it She's at least the 11th member of Trump's inner circle to test positive. This caps off what can only be described as a tumultuous and damning weekend for the White House and for the country. A new national poll by NBC and the Wall Street Journal shows Trump trailing former vice President Joe Biden by 14 points. Joining us now is Sahil Kapur. National political reporter for NBC News. Welcome back Sonia. All right. So what if we can determine from any polling at all is the impact of Trump's diagnosis on his reelection effort in terms of popular support. Love Madeline. The race has been exceptionally stable for months. Now it has been somewhere in the range of a 6 to 8 Point lead for Vice President Joe Biden and national polling averages. The swing states obviously very off out front, but he has a comfortable lead in most of the swing states that he needs to win. Somebody's clearly the front runner. This point is clearly in the driver's seat. And the polls that we've had the balls that we've seen since the president's diagnosis are sparse. We haven't NBC Wall Street Journal poll that came over the weekend that was finished just before the president's positive test, and it showed by with a 14 point lead. That's the biggest and our polling and on the Sea Wall Street Journal going Going back to last summer, the summer 2019 between Biden Trump. So we can tell from that that the first debate certainly did not help President Trump by more than 2 to 1 margin. Respondents in our poll said that Joe Biden did a better job that made the president with a really awful fine here on this recent covert positive test on his diagnosis is certainly not helping him because it's pulled him off the campaign trail at the worst possible moment, and that's why he's that's why we see such an eagerness on his part to get out of the hospital, which he has said as you mentioned. He plans to do later on today. Right? I mean, there. It seems to be, though a risk that if his condition does worsen, he'll have to go back to the hospital. And that might not look any better might look worse in terms of the optics he wants to control. It's interesting in a number of fronts. It's a health risk to himself in the event that he were to get worse hospital, you know he wouldn't be in the hospital. Doctors wouldn't be around and have the facilities that could do it, Walter Reed to immediately tend to him. It's a risk to others because if he only tested positive several days ago It is pretty much a scientific and medical certainty that he still has it and will for several days to come. Who is going to come in contact with it going potentially infect them. And yes, it's a major risk to his. It's a gamble that he's taking. With regard to his presidential campaign and his political hopes, because if you were to suffer a setback of any kind, that would be devastating because it would again shine a light on his decision making throughout this process, whether it's you know whether it's been his policies on Kobe and his handling on a national scale or his decisionmaking personally, his refusal to wear masks at various instances is downplaying of the virus. The severity of it on multiple occasions. So tumultuous sounds quite accurate to describe the moment President Trump is in at this point. Yeah, Yeah. Still, he tweeted today? Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life we have developed under the Trump administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Could people see that as well? Evidence that he was right that Cove? It isn't that big of a deal, despite the fact that more than 200,000 Americans have died of it. But that they see him as a strong leader who can beat the odds of this of this disease. It's hard to see a message like, Don't be afraid of Kobe resonating when, as you pointed out, 200,000 people in the United States have died for it. Still, tens of thousands of people per day are reporting new infections and that pound just continues to rise. Foreign above. Any other comparable country in the developed world. You know that's sending out reliable information. So it's the other problem with that message is President Trump had Access to the best treatment in the world. Not everyone has that he was given an experimental drug cocktail that ordinary patients were called and positive would not necessarily have access to, some medical specialists said. That that was akin to doing the kitchen sink at the fish, But you don't you don't offer a drug cocktail like that, unless you think that there's a real problem and that the patient wasn't responding well to you, no ordinary treatment, so It's just difficult to see how this helps the president because it's part and parcel of what he's been doing all along, which is to downplay the severity of the virus. To say it'll go away to say it's not a big deal, and that message is not served him well so far. Yeah, well,

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"kapur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Virtual school too. They're already overflowing plates. Now you've got to get everybody on line. And what is the wife? I look like and is this encrypted and zoom working today? I'm Elsa Chang. How moms are as always figuring it out this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Today at four on WN. This's the takeaway from WNBC and P Rx in collaboration with WGBH Radio in Boston. In a year that feels never ending. When it comes to death and despair. Many Americans are leaning on their faith to get through it across the world. More than one million people have died from Cove in 19. And here in the United States, the death toll has surpassed 200,000 people. Country is also deeply divided along political and racial lines. And for religious Americans. The pandemic has disrupted an important form of community the ability to gather in person. That's something that Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum addressed at the Yom Kapur service at the Congregation Bates Sima, Tora. Well, none of you can be in the sanctuary with us. We want you to know that we really, really feel you here. And we really feel close and connected to you. And all of the things that you've done in these months, Six months of our social isolation has proven how profound it is to build spiritually closeness and depth, no matter what the physical circumstances. Over in Dallas, Texas, Imam Omar Suleiman addressed the moment with his congregation, Wherever you are, Death will find you even if you were in a built up fortress. Even if you were to take all of the protocols necessary. The ward off death. Even if you were to be the healthiest person in the world, even if you drove the safest car in the world, Even if all of the factors that are typically presents and death are not present around you, you drink remote. It will catch you when a lot has decreed it to catch you. And we're not only dealing with the corona virus pandemic. We're also dealing with the pandemic of racism in the United States, and that includes the grand jury announcement last week that no police involved in the killing of Briana Taylor would be charged in her death. Which created another moment of pain and frustration for the racial justice movement. Here's Reverend Jackie Louis in New York, giving advice to her community about howto work through this moment. Lack of justice beyond the Taylor case is devastating news. I'm so sorry for her family on top of a daily paper cuts. It is to be black in America. This is really tough. Stay. They're friends with the pain. Stay with a hard kiss date with grief ISS because right there, That's where the insights gonna come. That's where the wisdoms gonna come for all of us to make. America. A new democracy. Joining me now is the Reverend.

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"kapur" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on WTOP

"People convicted of minor marijuana related crimes. They're now getting a second chance in Prince George's County, Prince George's County state's attorney, I should brave boys leading an effort to provide access to expungement clinics and diversion programs for those convicted of small scale marijuana related crime. People who have convictions where we think that they are not a threat or a danger to our community. We don't want a minor offence to ruin their life, he says. It's about changing with the times as marijuana becomes legal in many places. Part of that mission, she says, is reminding residents there are options available through her office and other elected officials in the county are actually here to serve everyone in our community. The best we can. Melissa how the BTO Penis President Trump was reportedly quite serious about naming his daughter, Ivanka as his running mate in 2016. In his book to be published next month. Former Trump Deputy campaign manager Rick Gates claims the candidate put it this way. I think it should be Ivanka. What about Ivanka's My VP? Gates says Mr Trump brought up the idea repeatedly over the following weeks, trying to sell his campaign staff on the idea that his then 34 year old daughter would be embraced by the Republican base, he says Ivanka Trump herself eventually convinced her father that it wasn't a good idea. It's also writes that the candidate was open to having former secretary of State Condoleeza Rice or then Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee as his running mate. Gates writes. Both said they did not want to join Donald Trump on the ticket. After Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and his wife, Pam, tested positive for covert 19. Some are concerned about being exposed to the Commonwealth's first lady who has NBC force Julie carry reports recently toward local schools and a childcare program. We're learning more about the ripple effect of Virginia First Lady Pam Northern's visit to our area just days before she tested positive for Corona virus. She visited a child care center and a school is part of her back to school tour. Now three state delegates who joined her and several other people are in court. Guaranteed, and the childcare center is closed today for deep cleaning. After a staffer there also tested positive coming up on news for at five. You'll hear from a preschool dad who warned this might happen If your hair seems to be thinning out during this virus pandemic, you're not alone. Doctors say they're seeing many more patients with hair loss in people who have had the Corona virus and in people who haven't they're linking it to physiological stress in recovering patients and to emotional stress in others who've lost jobs scene Comes decrease dealt with difficulties of working from home or with the death of family members. A dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic tells The New York Times she sees about 20 patients a week for hair loss in pre Koven times, there were weeks when she didn't see any experts say. For most, the hair loss is temporary. Debra Rodriguez CBS News The holiest and Judaism. Yom Kapur comes to an end at sundown tonight, Young comport translates from Hebrew to English as day of atonement. Traditionally, Jews spend the holiday fasting and reflecting on sins committed over the past year. Up next in money News Monday Rally for the markets pilots jobs saved. I'm Jeff label, it's for 53. If you live in the counties of Fairfax, Arlington, Loud in Prince William, the cities of Fairfax, False Church or the towns of her didn't Clifton in Vienna. Your personal property taxes are due October.

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"kapur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A woman was taken into custody today for allegedly attempting to snatch the nine month old grandchild of Joe Montana. Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say a man who looked like Montana approach them at around 5 P.m.. On Saturday, Montana told them the nine month old grandchild was sound asleep and the playpen when a female entered the Malibu home and grabbed the child. Deputies say Montana confronted the woman and attempted To pacify the situation. Some sort of tussle happened and Montana was able to safely grab hold of the child. The suspect took off but was later taken into custody on suspicion of kidnapping and burglary. Joe Montana took to Twitter just a little bit ago, referencing the scary ordeal and asking for privacy. During this time news brought to you by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber and LAPD officer was disarmed shot at and pistol whipped inside the harbor station in San Pedro. Chief Michael Moore says the suspect walked into the station around 10 last night, got into an altercation with an officer and was able to take the officer's gun. Or says shots were fired at the officer, but none struck him. Ah watch commander opened fire on the suspect but did not hit him. The suspect fled and jumped into a vehicle. He was pursued by other officers and was arrested. The South Coast Air Quality Management District says the air quality is bad for sensitive groups and part of in parts of L. A county. The county health officer recommends people in these areas who are suffering from a respiratory illness reduced their time outside. Animal rights activists are planning to protest outside the pork packing plant that produces Dodger Dog hotdogs in Vernon. This comes after seven members of the group Direct Action everywhere were arrested before dawn Friday while allegedly trying to rescue a pig from a livestock yard. NBC's Lisa Taylor says the farmer John facility is preparing for the protest. Yom Yom Kapur begins at sundown. Synagogues and other Jewish organizations in L. A county will hold services outdoors and online because of the covert 19 social distance regulations. President Trump's former national security adviser, says the military won't be involved in any transition of power. That's maybe wife if you detect some reticence on the part of senior military leaders or those in the Pentagon to talk about it. It's because it shouldn't even be a topic for discussion. H. R. McMaster says the issue shouldn't even be talked about at all. President Trump last week refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power following the election. Senate Minority Leader Chop. Schumer says he strongly approach opposes President Trump's nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the American People should.

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"kapur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wade is overturned. And yet, as you pointed out, the focus right now is much more on the way than it is on Roe v. Wade. Do you think that Changes once we get into this Well, a couple of things that the focus is less on Roe v. Wade from Democrats because that's already a polarizing issue. The public opinion on the issue of abortion hasn't changed that much over the last Really a couple of decades. But health care is a slam dunk winning issue for them in terms of insurance coverage, projecting preexisting conditions and that sort of thing now, having said that, Roe vs Wade is probably facing its greatest threat. Certainly in my lifetime, and I was born in the late eighties. And you know the lifetime of many others were born before me. There is no doubt a great danger that a 6 to 3 Conservative Court could be the death knell for Roe vs Wade, and this could have a big political impact of the ballot box to because historically, it's been Republicans. Go to the polls who think about judges who think about the courts who have that muscle memory to connect their ballots to a certain type of president being elected, picking a certain type of judge who will offer a certain type of outcome. Democrats don't do that. Democratic leaders don't have the vernacular to talk to their base about the courts. They don't really know how to do it. They haven't been doing it. So it hasn't It hasn't been a concern for most Democratic voters that Roe vs Wade could be gone. This could change that, and I think that's why we're seeing in the polls. Even before Ginsberg Ginsberg died in anticipation of you know her needing to be replaced because she's been suffering from cancer and fighting it for a while. Now. She was 87 when she died that Roe vs Wade could Be hanging by a thread at the moment. One final thing I wanted to understand is they're all these lawsuits that are sort of working their way through the court involving this election, right? And they're in some specific states about election rules Election law. That ultimately could make their way to the Supreme Court before. The election. And what does it mean to have a four for court? Does this mean that potentially these lawsuits just Don't go anywhere that there is potential for chaos. In that sense, Things could certainly get messy. So it really depends on when the justices confirmed if the justices confirmed before Election Day. They will potentially be sworn in and have the ability to hear post election lawsuits. If those were to occur, we don't know that they will in terms of a 4 to 4 court. That could get I would. I would say that could get complicated and messy, more so than necessarily chaotic because the rule there, of course, is that if the Supreme Court ties then it's the word of the appellate court. That has the final say now. That isn't national binding precedent because that's you know, appellate courts only cover a specific jurisdiction and not the entire country. So if there is a kind of a nationwide challenge to something, then we could be in for chaos, But it may be premature to speculate that that will happen. It's a possibility. Hopefully, it doesn't and hopefully this election hopefully for everyone, frankly and for the country that this election run smoothly. Sahil Kapur is national political reporter at NBC News We spoke on Friday morning. We'll be watching the story.

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"kapur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Whether it's Westchester, a NASA, a Selfie County. We clearly 50% indoor capacity, right? Which is still pretty. I mean, it's pretty sparse, you know, because the 50% includes the staff, so you're really talking like 40 or 35%. Well, let's find out from folks out there who maybe have an interest. Ah run restaurants or have a Siri's of restaurants and bars or a patrons of restaurants and bars. How has that worked out? And as it gets colder, because even with global warming, climate change, it's going to get colder. It's already you can feel it in the air. Yeah, one of these people would do because I know there are people out there. It doesn't matter. They always want to dine outside. There are always those establishments that if you won't want to be intrepid, you want to go outside, dine outside. As long as they can find a waiter or a waitress to serve, you go for it. Knock yourself out, but I just I just can't imagine. Well, taxes have to be paid, right? Electricity has to be paid. Yes. So many other bills have to be paid. Unless you have Ah, and endless supply of money. Personal money. I don't see how you can stay in business. Well, I really think that it is going to have to come down, Teo, Increasing that 25% to 50% really quick. And also, people in the city are going to have to understand you've got to just bundle up and do it. Look when you go. Ah, lot of Americans when they travel to Europe over Christmas time, January and so forth. People are sitting out there on Piazza Navona in Rome. They've got the You know, the little the little tent things close, You know they have. It's it's see through so you could see outside's translucent, but it's close and they've got to be Listen. It's find out. It's it's sort of the mentality and then you just You just have a lot to drink. Frankly 108 for a W A B C That's 1 808 for 89222. Now, with Roshi Shana occurring the past weekend. And then Yom Kapur this coming weekend right Saturday and Sunday. This is generally the time of year when Gentiles would say this is great. We could actually find a place at the table. You know, in the restaurant of our choice, we can.

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Jewish pilgrims retreat from Ukrainian border

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Jewish pilgrims retreat from Ukrainian border

"It's the beginning of the Jewish high holy days leading up to Yom Kapur, which begins September 27th in Ukraine. Thousands of Hasidic Jews got stuck at the Ukrainian border for days due to Corona virus restrictions, and now they've been termed back without reaching their destination. The ultra Orthodox Jewish pilgrims were trying to reach the grave of a revered rabbi in the Ukrainian city of Oman. AH.

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"kapur" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"A synagogue. The trial beginning in Germany of a man accused of trying to storm a synagogue in the city of Hannah, on the Jewish holy day of Yon Kapur last October. Prosecutors alleged the suspect identified odious Stefan be wanted to kill US many worshippers as possible theater, Acker failed to get into the building and instead shot and killed two people nearby. The trial coming is Germany records rising levels of anti Semitic crimes on DH right wing extremist activity. Simon Oh in Fox News. The Kansas City Kansas School Board votes to delay the start of the school year until September 9th, with no in person classes for the 1st 9 weeks. Is something Governor Laura Kelly wanted to allow more time for Corona virus cases to go down and for more protections to be put in place. We are not in a position at this point to create congregate gathering center for Children, our teachers and our parents that we know would be unsafe. She was on the story with Martha MacCallum on Fox. There's speculation the Corona virus outbreak, maybe indirectly helping some pregnancies. This's house call for health. A doctor in the maternity unit at a hospital in Ireland came back. On vacation and noticed something odd. There were very few premature babies. This was in April, when the Corona virus was at its peak, according to the New York Times. Other hospitals around the world started noticing the same thing. So researchers are starting to ask, Where are the pre Mies? And does this have anything to do with the virus? Some researchers were guessing pregnant moms who stayed home during the lock down may have gotten more rest and family support while avoiding other infections, including the flu, allowing them to carry their baby. Two term for more on the Corona virus. Goto fox news, health dot com House call for health only See Brady Fox. These the first Chinese giant panda cub just born in South.

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"kapur" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kapur" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Drive a little save a lot. Call 818 Ford or visit the Web at Oracle for dot com. A German man is on trial for an attack in a synagogue. The trial beginning in Germany of a man accused of trying to storm a synagogue in the city of Hannah, on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kapur last October. Prosecutors alleged the suspect identified odious Stefan be wanted to kill us many worshippers as possible. The attacker failed to get into the building and instead shot and killed two people nearby. A trial coming is Germany records rising levels of anti Semitic crimes on DH right wing extremist activity. Simon Oh in Fox News. The Kansas City Kansas School Board votes to delay the start of the school year until September 9th, with no in person classes for the 1st 9 weeks. Is something Governor Laura Kelly wanted to allow more time for Corona virus cases to go down and for more protections to be put in place. We are not in a position at this point to create congregate gathering center for Children, our teachers and our parents that we know would be unsafe. She was on the story with Martha MacCallum on Fox. There's speculation the Corona virus outbreak, maybe indirectly helping some pregnancies. This is Housecall for health. A doctor in the maternity unit at a hospital in Ireland came back from vacation and noticed something odd. There were very few premature babies. This was in April, when the Corona virus was at its peak, according to the New York Times. Other hospitals around the world started noticing the same thing. So researchers are starting to ask, Where are the pre Mies? And does this have anything to do with the virus? Some researchers are guessing pregnant moms who stayed home during the lock down may have gotten more rest and family. Support while avoiding other infections, including the flu, allowing.

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"kapur" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kapur" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To hold that seat and set in motion this historical arch-, which you get the Trump presidency. A right leaning supreme court for generation to come and done through power partisan tactical play which while the outside conservative activists world will never quite fully. Appreciate him history. Will judge him in a way as the most influential conservative of at least the early twentieth twenty-first century. Paul Kane is with the Washington Post Sahil Kapur Kapoor's with Bloomberg news, gentlemen. Thank you for helping us in our venture to understand Mitch McConnell, a little better, and we want to close with one last piece of video from our video archives. This is Mitch McConnell talking about the Senate in general. Well, I think the Senate has been the indispensable legislative body. Because that's the place where things are sorted out. The place where all rarely does the majority get thanks exactly their own way, the place where stability. Kinda kerr. Most people obviously don't think that and in an era in which everybody wants instant gratification. If you're looking for instant, gratification or perfection. The Senate would not be a good place for you. This week C span has been looking at the congressional leaders the political careers of the four leaders house and Senate democrat and Republican using resources from the C span archives and analysis by congressional reporters that was the majority leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell. We have already looked at house speaker Nancy Pelosi and tonight.

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Lawmakers reach "agreement in principle" to avert shutdown

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Lawmakers reach "agreement in principle" to avert shutdown

"Exactly this is a bipartisan committee that's been working as the public faces have been criticizing each other today this committee behind closed doors called an agreement in principle. It is the first step lawmakers refused to offer any details. But that it can beat the deadline if if leadership in both houses of congress endorse it, and of course, as Bloomberg news has just pushed out a story up on the Bloomberg terminal. The president will have to sign it. And he is the wildcard because he has said all along that he will accept no less for the five point seven billion. He wants for the wall. So the issue has been hanging it up. Now, basically was Democrats proposal to put a lid on the number of immigrants who can be held the border. Bloomberg suhil. He'll Kapur says it prioritizes

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"kapur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"kapur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Hi, Juliet, welcome back. The issue now is basically Democrats proposal to put a lid on the number of emigrants who can be held at the border. Bloomberg's so he'll Kapur says it prioritizes those being held view that as kind of a green light to let people come into the country and sneak in as long as they don't commit crimes after that. So this is a very real impasse. And I think one side or the other has to back down in order for there to be a deal and Senate majority. Leader Mitch McConnell calls it a poison pill. I got out of jail free card for criminals because the radical left doesn't like US immigration and customs enforcement, and then the president heads to the border. We don't want murderers and drug dealers and gang members MS thirteen and some of the worst people in the world coming into our country. He's an El Paso, which he says was a very unsafe place before there was a wall. Something that congresswoman Veronica Escobar says just flatly is not true. It almost seems like the president had to say that we were once dangerous. In order to further. His narrative that immigrant communities are inherently bad of the deadline again is Friday China developing a sophisticated space capability that could be used as a weapons against us satellites that is according to the US Pentagon, which says space capabilities such as satellite inspection and repair and debris cleanup could actually be a cover up for potential weapons the US as it should be a major issue for governments worldwide and the EU is mulling responses to alleged cyber attacks by Chinese state-linked. Hacker group UK presented evidence last month. And now the EU is looking at the potential of sanctions or a joint warning the clamp down on a group called ABT ten is also part of a larger group by the EU and US into alleged intellectual property theft by China global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock 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. Douglas. All right in our guest for the half hour is Tobias Hexter. He is co chief investment officer at true partner holding on the line. From Hong Kong Tobias pleasure to have you on the program. I wanna get your take on this the correlation the inverse correlation between the dollar and the vix volatility index the vix has been declining since around the time of the fed meeting and at the same time the dollar has been strengthening quite a bit. I mean, what's your take? Good morning battery or do you think bending over your? I think they do both follow. OT enough from the feds where a one hand. Of course, the. Making flexible not just the interest rate strikes. But even run off of the belly. She is she putting a message Punchbowl right in the middle of party and to make that Corbett was a higher door. The only thing I can die to guarantee we're going to get some very short-term expected animal spirits in the economy, which doesn't make the US the best economy compared to the other economies in the world that are slowing down. This is your second. Tobias is the animal spirits, perhaps a deal between the US and China. It was interesting. Those Carl bass comments is he right that President Trump is just trying to get a fast deal here because it seems like he'd be backing down on a lot of rhetoric. Yes. To be honest. I have said earlier that whatever he's a dude. It's Trump says a good deal is definitely a good deal. For him rhetoric is something that's good for countries the second. If you look at style, which was apparently utterly unchanged about Lou name at new rhetoric. Clump, forget, a renegade a score or whatever it is. So maybe people expect some kind of a day dogs between Trump and she where she gets a win. Because nothing changes Trump gets win because he loves it. As a big you and everything continues as and there's run risk removed from the market. So when you get into the trade talks, do you think the movement in currency markets is really a secondary consideration. Obviously, we've got the trade deficit that you had US has with China. We also have issues like intellectual property and technology transfer. And then obviously the elephant in the room seems to be some type of enforcement mechanism. If. You're going to measure either one of those. I'm wondering about the extent to which currently is are even gonna come up in the conversation. Yeah. I think that's the point. That's the currencies which initially one of the things trumps Trump accused China offers to be a currency manipulator nowadays to currency. Indeed seems to be the backseat to everything else. And I would still think the reason that their strengths from the dole are relates to the fact that forty other roles you are just doing. Yeah. We had a lot of weakness in the all we want as a matter of fact that PBOC in the last session, we can the currency by the most since July. We can talk more about that and your expectations for currency's going forward along with Tobias is kind of a technician. So we have to speak in kind of technical terms, but we can talk a little bit about his outlook for the market. He seems to be kind of bullish on the American equity space. Tobias extra is with true, partner holdings. We'll have more coming up an update for the Nikkei after a holiday yesterday a little.

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"kapur" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kapur" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Company blamed for some of California's deadly wildfires is being accused of failing to pay some of the people who lost homes and attorney representing some of the victims of the two thousand fifteen Butte. Fire see Pacific Gas and electric has started skipping settlement payments owed to them. Two. People were killed in that fire nearly thousand homes and buildings were destroyed PG, and he says with all the liability. They're now facing from more. Recent fires is just too costly to pay those settlements that they already know. She it PG, and he had said they plan to file for bankruptcy. But things shifted after one of the worst 2017. Wildfires was blamed on a private company rather than PG. And now a private investor group has reportedly offered to step in and help them. Avoid the bankruptcy filing. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. Meantime insurance claims from two deadly wildfires last November of non now top eleven billion dollars. California's insurance Commissioner says that includes more than eight billion in damage from the fire that killed eighty six people around the town of paradise. Prosecutors are going after a drug company executive they say contributed to the opioid crisis air John Kapoor, founder of insys therapeutics along with four former employees accused in a scheme to bribe doctors into prescribing a highly addictive Fenton all spray meant for cancer patients with severe pain prosecutor saying many patients who ended up with substance prescriptions didn't have cancer Kapoor allegedly led the plan in which employees of the Zona based company conspired to pay doctors millions in bribes and kickbacks to boost sale Lilian. Woo. The seventy five year old Kapur says he's committed no crimes and believes he'll be vindicated a dam collapsed in Brazil now blamed for at least sixty deaths the search continuing for nearly three hundred more still missing collapsed. Illinois investigation. The dam was holding back mining waste from the world's largest producer of.

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 Elizabeth Warren's proposed tax on enormous fortunes, explained

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Elizabeth Warren's proposed tax on enormous fortunes, explained

"Know, a seventy percent tax on the top brackets the top income brackets. And also this week, you know, Massachusetts. Senator and democratic likely presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren said she wants to actually wealth tax, and that is to tax a couple percent on the wealth of the the most affluent Americans, which McConnell say may actually be a more effective way to capture money for the federal purse Sahil Kapur, what do you think of that? Is there any way in which the public positioning of democratic of leading democratic figures may actually affect the kinds of legislation that you see a raised in congress, and maybe someday pass a congress. This proposal from Senator Warren, certainly reflects the leftward populist shift in the Democratic Party. She's talking about a wealth tax, which has not really been part of the lexicon. She's saying people above fifty million dollars should pay a tax of two percent on each dollar of their net worth above fifty million. And it would rise to three percent I need to dollar above one billion. And you know, this also reflects the message that's going to be at the heart of Senator. Her Warren's, all but certain presidential campaign. She is trying to capture the economic populist wing of this party in it's it's an area that she's very fluent. And she was the former Harvard law professor she's written extensively about the shrinking middle class and about bankruptcies, and this is her prescription, you know, to try to do something far reaching and transformative that would change how the change the the American economy and most importantly, mitigate income inequality. So to your point about legislation. I think we're far far off from any anything like this being seriously considered. But the Overton window is shifting before our eyes. We are seeing the left move the Democratic Party in a in a pretty dramatic way. And the Overton window being the expansion of what's acceptable to talk about or contemplate, you know. It's interesting. I just wanna ask one question. This is sort of thing that only plays to a base or is this a way in which democratic figures can connect perhaps with the alienated Trump voters who felt economic disruption dislocation and hurt. Who responded to his appeal in pitch in two thousand sixteen. It's a fascinating question. David. I do think the idea of taxing the rich. According to basically every poll that I've seen plays very well with the public plays. Well with cross section not as democratic voters, but also independent and Republican voters. You saw President Trump in the two thousand sixteen campaign trail talking about hedge fund managers are paper pushers getting away with murder he promised he would tax himself. He didn't make good on either of those promises, but he correctly identified something in the body politic that thought, you know, people at the very top of the income scale are rigging the game in their favor. And that is also the message that Senator Warren is pushing the obviously have very different prescriptions a warrant versus a President Trump. But this message I think is certainly resident when you talk about something like abolish ice. I don't at the polls show the opposite that the country is not on board with that. So it's a mix of things some of the left ideas, I think could be very resonant and some could be perilous during super amid all the political proposals and posturing in other

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"kapur" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kapur" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This is on point. I'm NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik. We're diving into this week's biggest stories, then there's plenty unpack inside and outside of the beltway, follow us on Twitter and find us on Facebook at on point radio. I'm speaking with Sahil Kapur and the national political reporter for Bloomberg news, Darlene super Ville, White House reporter for these Associated Press and Jack Beatty on point news analyst, I ended last segment with that clip from Wilbur Ross, which I think may go down in the annals of somewhat insensitive things. Laura Trump, the president's daughter-in-law made similar comments about hey, you know, it may be a sacrifice for federal workers. But you know, it's a small price to pay to advance the priorities of this administration. The president himself said look, you know, banks understand things it's fine at workout perhaps reflecting his own experience in in in real estate. What you statements like this convey to the public in terms of the administration's understanding about how life is lived. And how do you think it's playing with the president's most ardent supporters? Darlene. Do you want to weigh in there? Yeah. Sure. I think the way that it comes across to a lot of people is bottom line insensitive. There are many people in this country who unfortunately, do live paycheck to paycheck and among the eight hundred thousand or so federal workers who are now either furloughed and not working working and not getting paid or having to work and not get paid. It's a real hardship. Where at the end of January February's rent is going to be due next week mortgage.

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"kapur" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kapur" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

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Mayo Clinic

The John Batchelor Show

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Mayo Clinic

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