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"kherson" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Kremlin's troops rolled into town last march. Thousands demonstrated. Within days, Russian soldiers opened fire and began arresting protesters. Residents were ordered to use Russian currency and schools were told to adopt a Russian curriculum for Teva would have none of it. We continue to study in our Ukrainian school by Zoom online with our teachers with our programs. That was illegal. Yes, of course, it was illegal from the side but they tried to do take our children there. The Russians wanted to control what your children were thinking, what they learned. They rarely want to control our people's mind, what to do, what not to do and so on. We realized where fatigue is courage came from when we met her father. Vladimir manages a foster home just outside the city. After hearing reports that Ukrainian children were being deported to Russia, saga decided to hide 46 kids in his care. He placed some of the children with their distant relatives. The rest were sent off with foster home staff. Fake documents helped them get past Russian checkpoints. What are these stories you came up with to explain new children appearing in families? We had a young kindergarten teacher who took in 5 kids from 5 to 16 years of age. And we worked out a story for her that her sister was in her last month of pregnancy, and she was looking after her sister's kids. With the help of Photoshop, we created a doctor's note. That's how they got through. More than 6000 Ukrainian children have been taken into Russian custody since the war began. According to research by Yale University. This is security camera video from the day last June when Russian soldiers came to Vladimir saga's foster home. He told them he'd sent the children back to their families. If the Russians had found out exactly what you did, that you hid 46 children. What do you think they might have done to you? I think I would not be talking to you today. God's will hundreds of others who resisted were brought to this place. Known as the pit. And then what's this to the right here? Andre Andre told us he was tortured here, with electric shocks to his head and genitals. Tired due to the chair. People he knew were being beaten in adjoining cells. You could hear the screams of your friends every time. While they were being tortured. Every time, yes. He's crime was painting pro Ukrainian graffiti. But by November, the occupiers lost their grip on her son. Squeezed between the advancing Ukrainian army and the river. They withdrew. The sounds of celebration were soon replaced by this. The new tyranny of Russian artillery. The whole thing's underground. It's too risky for mayor halina le hover and her team to work in the town hall. So the administration of a city, the size of St. Louis, has been crammed into this basement. There are a lot of problems we have and you see the people who solve them. And I'm just noticing it's nearly all women, is that I looked at them in here, I'll say yes, it's right. They've had to improvise. To keep the buses running, parts have been salvaged from those hit by shells. And the heat at this hospital is off most days. So that wisps of steam don't catch the attention of Russian artillery spotters. I've heard that you like to describe Harrison as invincible nest alumni in Islam. Why did you choose that word? We are unbreakable. All the people of Ukraine are unbreakable. But le hover believes Russian collaborators still look in the city. They found them to the left bank on the river and say their I am. We are our team is what we are doing they say everything. Feeding information to the Russians. Yes. And telling them what to hit. Yes. Yes. It's true. And what should happen to those collaborators now? We have to kill them. I think that they have no right to live. No right to live. No right to leave. It was the bluntness of a person who's been targeted by Russian artillery 7 times. In front of us on the left Vancouver event, this place is very dangerous. There are a few hundred yards. This is my house. This was your house. Yes. Leho left her son for 6 months during the occupation because she feared she'd be killed. While she was gone, her house was burned down. She blames the collaborators. This is my house. Will together build this house this family. This is my husband and with my two sons. It's threaded. I tragedy. For me and for people. Helena leho told us, she tries not to sleep in the same place two nights in a row. And travels in an armored van. It's dangerous, but I have to do my work. I have to help people. I have to be with them with humanitarian aids. It's my duty. So I do it. This city will remain under fire. So long as the
Ukaine; heavy shelling hits civilian facilties in Kherson
"5 people have been killed and at least a dozen injured, as a result of Russian shedding incursion. Ukraine's operational command south says the shelling hit residential buildings critical infrastructure a kindergarten a hospital a market and a public transport stop. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky writes on his social media page, the world has no right to forget for a single moment that Russian cruelty and aggression know no bounds the terrorist state will be responsible for all its inhumane crimes against our people and Ukraine. Operational command south notes the deadly shutting occurred right during the dictator Putin's speech about how we aren't fighting the Ukrainian people. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"kherson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All around the world that we turn to Lisa Matteo here with the first word. Thank you, David. Well, President Biden and Xi Jinping agreed to a series of goodwill gestures and tended to improve ties between the world's two largest economies. The leaders met on the sidelines of the group of 20 summit in Indonesia afterwards, President Biden addressed the biggest flashpoint between the two countries. I'm absolutely believe there's need not be a new Cold War. I do not think there's any imminent attempt on the part of China to invade Taiwan and I made it clear that our policy in Taiwan has not changed at all. The White House says that Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to China in a sign of a thaw between the two countries. In Ukraine, president volodymyr zelensky visited the newly liberated city of Versailles. So let's get spoke to troops there. Now her son was the first major city occupied by Russia when it launched the invasion almost 9 months ago. A Ukrainian counter offensive forced Russian troops to withdraw. A suspect has been arrested after three University of Virginia football players were shot and killed on Sunday Night. Two other students were wounded, according to authorities, the shooting took place on a bus that had returned students from a field trip, and that suspected described as a former University of Virginia, football player. And Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to give away the majority of his fortune during his lifetime. Bezos told CNN he will devote the money to fighting climate change and supporting people who can unify humanity. According to the Bloomberg billionaires index, Bezos is worth $123.9 billion making him the fourth richest person in the world. Global news 24 hours a day
"kherson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That Donald Trump is suing to block a subpoena from the January 6th committee. Trump made the move Friday claiming executive privileges gives him absolute immunity from having to testify as a former president. The suit also challenges the committee's authority on other grounds, the filing comes as Trump is widely expected to announce another bid for The White House next week. Democrats are just one seat away from retaining control of the U.S. Senate. Jim Forbes has the very latest. Democratic senator Mark Kelly declared victory in Arizona Friday night, giving Democrats 49 seats in the Senate, and needing only one more to clinch the majority with vice president Harris as a tie breaking vote. The party is now looking at the Nevada Senate race, where democratic senator Catherine Cortez masto is neck and neck with Republican challenger, Adam laxalt, and a Senate seat is still up for grabs in Georgia, where incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock will face Republican Herschel Walker in a December runoff. I'm Jim Forbes. NASA is assessing damages to the Artemis one moon rocket in Florida. The agency says it found minor damage to the rocket after Nicole hit cape canaveral as a category one hurricane. The agency didn't roll back the equipment ahead of the storm. Peak winds reached 82 mph, which is three below the maximum gust NASA said the rocket could withstand. The next launch attempt for the Artemis mission is scheduled for early Wednesday morning. I can go be okay oh okay all right it's about that time in a minute. Lizzo will be getting some special recognition at the 2022 People's Choice Awards this December. NBC announced lizzo will receive the people's champion award for her commitment to breaking barriers and empowering others to use their own voices to create change. The three time Grammy winner has been nominated for the award 5 times for her music and activism. I'm Julie Ryan. Ukrainian forces are now in the key city of her son as Russian troops retreat to the east. Ukrainian troops were greeted by civilians waving Ukrainian flags following a major Russian retreat from the territory in the south that was captured by Moscow near the start of its invasion. The move is a major victory for Kyiv and a huge setback for Russia as her son was the only Ukrainian regional capital Russian forces have captured. Local and federal law enforcement leaders in San Diego county say they're cracking down on fentanyl traffickers. Cliff Albert reports. U.S. attorney Randy Grossman says the San Diego region has become the epicenter for a fentanyl trafficking due to its proximity to the border. Border officials are seizing more fentanyl in our district, San Diego county and imperial county than anywhere else in the nation. He says prosecutions for fentanyl are up 1600% over the last 5 years. And if you are dealing fentanyl in San Diego county or imperial county, you do not want to be on the other side of a federal indictment from our office. The U.S. attorney says the number of fentanyl deaths in the centigrade is unprecedented. I'm cliff Albert. Twitter may be suspending its paid subscription service, Twitter blue. Brian shook has details. The news comes just days after the launch of the program due to a surge of impersonation issues with Twitter blue users could have their accounts verified with a blue check mark for $8 and thousands of impostor accounts were made, causing confusion and disorder across the platform. On Friday, users were no longer able to subscribe to Twitter blue for more than an hour and the option disappeared altogether for iOS app users. A ban on TikTok in the U.S. could happen before the new Congress is sworn in this January. Current FCC commissioner Brendan Carr referred to TikTok as China's digital fentanyl on Fox News. He said he agrees with potential congressional legislation to ban TikTok because
"kherson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You know, it's still alive. It's still alive. It takes like drawing an inside straight, but it's still a lot. Biden also says he is leaving open the option of traveling down to Georgia to stump for senator Raphael Warnock in his runoff election. Warnock is up against Republican candidate Herschel Walker. The former football star campaign with Texas senator Ted Cruz in Kat and Georgia last night. But wavy become even greater. We got to come together because in that book, I read, it says a house divided can not stand. Neither candidate received the necessary 50% to win, Warnock got 49.4 to walkers 48.5. A fast moving missile has struck an apartment building in the south of Ukraine. People in nikolaev woke to find the building and ruins. Rescuers raced to the scene digging through debris for survivors. Meanwhile, Russia says the military withdrawal from the key southern Ukrainian city of kursa is complete, and adviser to Ukraine's president says the troops left behind a, quote city of death, Ukraine's forces are wary of potential ambushes. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg real estate report. Brought to you by the national association of realtors. The home builder is getting a lot of attention this week, as some hoped mortgage rates might ease up soon. David ald is president and CEO of D.R. Horton. The rapid raising mortgage rates coupled with high inflation and general economic uncertainty have made many buyers pause for choose to not move forward with their home purchase. Ald also telling investors the housing market is on a solid foundation because of limited inventory. The supply of new and resale homes at affordable price points remains limited and the demographics supporting housing demand remain favorable. Also this week, bees are homes reported stronger than expected quarterly earnings, although it also reported an increase in something that is plaguing all the home builders, cancellations, as rising mortgage rates and some softness in pricing send some skittish buyers scurrying. The majority of buyers, though, do appear to be sticking it out and going through with their home purchases
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Not going to build it. I'm sorry. That is not the irresponsible prediction. That is not responsible prediction. My irresponsible prediction is that they will test a bureau of ethnic there does seem to be preparations on nova, which is usually covered with clouds, so it's hard to get the information. But in between the clouds, there has been some preparation scene. There will be here it comes. The they will do a test of the beer vest and it will have a nuclear warhead on it. In other words, there was a an American test probably back in the 1950s called frigatebird in which they actually sent a missile with a nuclear warhead on it. And a lot of us who joke about such things have juked about a jucci bird being done by North Korea and by the way, we haven't talked about it, but North Korea seems to be setting up for a nuclear test, but it will probably be underground. As, you know, but one of the do not think about it is a juicy bird in which they put a nuclear device on a missile and fly it across Japan someplace into the Pacific and set it off. So if the Russians wanted to do a bureau of ethnic with a new on it, we could call it the firebird. So anyway, there's my irresponsible prediction for so to clarify here, right? So you think they're going to test the Christmas? Do you think they're going to detonate the nuke at the end of it? That's a big one. That would be huge. That's what they did. We have joked about for juchy bird. And like I said, they do seem to be setting up for a bureau of ethnic tests. How they fly the thing is kind of beyond me because the only mockups that have been made are way too heavy to fly. But yeah, that's my irresponsible prediction. I look forward to the center for responsible statecraft explaining how NATO forced the Russians to do this thing, right?
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"So that will not be agreed easily. You know, it's nice to sit back among your rockets and think, well, everybody would like to have the other guys stop shooting them, wouldn't they? And yes, they would, but a ceasefire is more than that. Yeah, there's rock hard social science. Once you have a ceasefire, it freezes. It freezes things exactly where they are. No matter how ridiculous they are. And this is something you can look at in the context of Armenia and Azerbaijan, right? Where for all these years, Armenia controlled these really weird looking territories, right? And it's because, you know, knowing there was going to be a ceasefire. They went out and they took outlandish military risks in the two days before the ceasefire. And they grabbed these completely indefensible positions that once the ceasefire, they were completely frozen, right? And you can try to wish that reality away, but as soon as you say, there's going to be a ceasefire on Friday night 72 hours from now. Both the Ukrainian and Russian armies are just going to, they're going to throw everything they can into the fight to take those extra few square blocks of carousel or whatever else. Because it becomes so much harder to transfer territory after the ceasefire than before. And it's quite clear that the Russians are extraordinarily tolerant of ambiguous territorial settlements, right? That they actually really like them. Because they see them as destabilizing of their neighbors, right? And so we see that in Transnistria, which is in Georgia, we see that obviously in Ukraine. And elsewhere. And none of this is to say, for our Friends at the Quincy institute. None of this is to say that we shouldn't seek a negotiated end and that the United States and Russia shouldn't be talking. They shouldn't be talking. They are talking. At least as far as the United States is telling us that they are talking about nuclear issues regularly.
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"There really hasn't been much coming out. It is hard for me to believe that there have not been submarines down there, either crude or uncrewed. That have taken pictures that have perhaps picked up some of the debris and. I don't know. I mean, from the information that is publicly available, it's not even clear whether the explosion was from outside the pipeline or from inside the pipeline. And people have posited you could send a pipeline pig, which is a mechanism to do maintenance on the inside of the pipeline. You could explosive stand a pipeline pig. Now, it seems like the fact that three of the lines were hit in a approximately the same location suggests it was external, but you know, you could go down and look at the pipeline and you could tell right away whether it was external or internal. And then that tells you something about who it was, if it was internal, it's somebody who has access to the pipeline mechanisms, if it's external, that tells you less. I think yesterday or the day before, it didn't get much play, but I think there was a Swedish information line cut, which if that's true, it leans more towards the suggests and that somebody is looking around. On the floor of the Baltic Sea with some kind of thing that is depositing explosives and cutting lines. But, you know, there's just not enough out there to figure it out. And it seems like a counterproductive thing for Russia to do. There's an easy, rationalization that okay, it's a Russian statement. You don't want our guests. Okay, you're not going to get our gas. But I don't know, I don't know. That doesn't totally flow either. So yeah, I think one of those mysteries we're going to have to live with a little while. Yeah, I think somebody made the point. I can't remember who it was that there are a handful of wildly implausible stories as to who did this and why and one of them has to be true. Right. I mean, the reasons the reasons that so the Swedes are going to go down there, the Swedes have the most capabilities in the area and they're already putting together a team and an investigative category team. They're going to find out a bunch of stuff. It does not seem to me that in this day and age, it is possible to hide responsibility for this. At least in the short term, yes, in the long term no. Because if there were explosives, they'll be explosive signatures. Sweets are really smart people. They have that whole Nobel Prize thing. They'll figure it out. But of course, no one will believe that. Because they are, especially if they say it was Russia, no one will believe them. Because they are now very nearly in NATO member. And right, you know, there were so many mountains of evidence that the Russians shot down, albeit probably accidentally shot down the Malaysian jetliner.
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"That we expect the will of nations to crumble. This is a joke, right? It's a pinprick. And yet this seems to be, you know, this is the rageful Putin finally bringing down the hammer. But it's not much of a hammer in the end. And it's also, it also seems fairly clear and whatever I might be wrong about this. It's also fairly good at the Russians can't keep it up, right? They don't manufacture precision guided munitions fast enough. And in sufficient numbers to waste them on small electrical grid stations all across Ukraine. They are paying more for the missile and the fuel of the bomber that's launching it than the Ukrainians are paying in repairing the damage. That's a really good point. I saw an estimate of 70 to $90 million for yesterday's attacks. For Russia. And there's a tweet going around today with a picture of the whole that one of these things dug in the middle of a street from yesterday. And then a picture of the street completely repaired today. And yeah, they did hit something, it looks like their aim is not particularly good there was a video going around of two missiles, bracketing a power plant, neither of them hitting the power plant. In, I think it was Kyiv. So, yeah, what did they achieve? Well, the idea of course is to convince the Ukrainians that this is a terrible thing. And they had better give up and the west had better stop supplying them with arms. And of course, yesterday, Germany upped their promises and President Biden talked to presidential landscape. So, you know, which has been the story of air power, at least since the London bombardment and World War II is you just piss people off and they'll come back at you harder. So, you know, and that ties in with the question of escalation to is yes, it's an escalation because it's hardened the Ukrainians will and the willingness of others to supply them with weapons. So but it's totally a conventional escalation. And really not at all nuclear, and you made the point that Putin just for all he will talk ahead of the fact about the fact of look at us we have nuclear weapons when push comes to shove and he actually feels he needs to do something. He's not even close to using nuclear weapons. Right. Right. Before I forget about it, and I didn't list it on the thing. But what do you think happened with Nord stream? We haven't actually talked about it since that happened. What do you think happened to? You know, I've been, you know, I've had like three or four classes that I've taught since then, and I know I go into all of them saying, I don't know what happened. What do you guys think happened? And I'm not even sure how to categorize it as an S skill. I guess one would have to know who did it and why, before one would assert that it's an escalation. So what kind of thoughts do you have about Nord stream? I don't know either.
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"That right now. We don't know as much about Crimea. Right. I, for one, am suspicious about Russian promises that they will defend crime, which they have not actually made in sort of exactly that phrasing. Right. But we know less about Crimea. And so you can legitimately say, you know, okay. Maybe it may be correct me, I should be off off limits at least as far as we're thinking about like Ukrainian ground forces or something like that. But this is our dynamic situation. It is complicated politics going on between Moscow, Kyiv, and Washington. And there is just absolutely no use whatsoever in sort of waving around the flag of nuclear war and saying, therefore, because somebody talked about nuclear weapons, you have to drop everything and just to see to everyone of Russia's demands. I think.
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"I think we need some new thinking to sort of reframe because even Russia's Russia's nuclear arsenal is the number two in the world. Arguably, even the number one in the world. But it's not going to be that way for long. Because the Chinese will have the capacity to outrace the Russians in nuclear weapons, which people have been talking about a lot. And I think that the conversation in the United States sometimes gets pretty confusing about that as well. But, you know, every nuclear threat has to be evaluated based on two criteria. One, if I give in, is that enough will they stop? And two, do I believe the threat that they're making? Right. And so something like, I will launch nuclear weapons if you touch Crimea. Okay, you know, that's a straightforward claim, right? And so answer number, a question number one is, do I believe they'll use nuclear weapons if I touch Crimea? And answer number two is, do I believe they're going to extend that exact same logic to the next territory that they want? So if they say, we'll use nuclear weapons if you don't give us care so. And then that leads all the way to Florida. If you like. And I would be happy to give Florida to the Russians in order to in order to avoid nuclear weapons. Or for any other reason. But we know that the Russians do not consider the four non Crimea regions to be inside their nuclear red line, right? We know because Ukraine occupies large chunks of those regions and the Russians are not using nuclear weapons on them. Because Ukraine has taken significant portions of those regions in the past two weeks and Russia has not used nuclear weapons on them. So there was an absolute metaphysical certainty that Russia does not regard these four regions as part of Russia in the sense that they will defend those parts with nuclear weapons, right?
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Sort of comforting in that it's not pointing to nuclear war, is that Putin has shown that he does have means of escalation that are not nuclear war. And also that that is not the first option he's going to go to. Right. You know, I would add to the two groups that you mentioned, the bar room boys on the one hand, which, you know, at the bar room boys, generally speaking, and especially because sometimes I talk about stuff, I don't know about on Twitter. Every citizen is entitled to their opinion, right? They're not entitled to other people's respect for their opinion, but everybody's entitled to their opinion, right? And so if you want to sit at the bar and opine about nuclear war, that's fine. I just don't have to take you seriously. But there's a third group between sort of cub reporters, like every reporter who has never dealt with a nuclear scare before, which honestly is almost all of them at this point because it's been a while. 1983 was a long time ago. The bar stools to a boys. But then the malicious actors. Right. And the move for the malicious actors, I would say, you know, obviously a person like our dear friend, the blog, Friends of the blog, mister Glenn greenwald, right? Who, you know, and he's just sort of one among many who makes this argument, she's like, how could we ever, why would we ever think of even running the risk of nuclear war of nuclear annihilation over who raises a flag over the dawn boss, right? Over who owns Luhansk, right? And you have a lot of that on Twitter and other public channels. Trump did the same thing, right? Saying, like, how could we get it to such a where nuclear war is imminent, right? Again, as if we've never been through this rodeo before. As if a Sylvia tactic from back in the day wasn't always to threaten nuclear war over the drop of a hat, the drop of a pin.
"kherson" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Right. Yeah. Well, the next example of that yesterday I am still marveling that this got out was pretty detailed pictures of how the real world tracks on the kerch bridge had melted and deformed in the fire because that just gives a lot of information about how long it's going to take to repair that, what the regressions can do in those terms and it must have come from somebody on the crew, this doing the repairs. Right, right. I mean, of course, right. I mean, you know, the Russians let and we still don't know. We could talk a little bit more about this, right? We just don't know how it happened. But there are only the Russians led a truck driver slipped through. Or that seems the most likely, it seems the most plausible explanation right now. So it's entirely possible. Somebody on there on the team has Ukrainian sympathies, but yeah, no, in the bridge, I mean, look, that's just not a bridge I wouldn't want to cross. I don't care. I don't care how repaired the Russians insisted is. For the time being, but that's not a bridge. I would want to cross. You know, I think I'm curious your thoughts on this, right? Whereas in the last three or four days, we've had, you know, we had the kerch bridge attack and then we've had the fusillade of cruise missiles striking into Ukraine. And those have sort of really dominated the headlines. It seems to me that sort of the really important and the things that are really important in consequential to the end of the war are still happening in the environments of Carson and around the house kill river. Where Russian Russia has significantly retrenched, has fallen back, but has not solved any of its military problems. And it feels like it felt like for a lot of people on Twitter especially. Cruise missiles are big shiny objects that demonstrated how serious Russia was about winning this war. But Russia can't win the war if it loses the war on the ground. And Russia is still losing the war on the ground. And I think it almost the cruise missiles almost took away that reality just for a few days. Until the next Ukrainian victory, if another one is coming. That's true. I agree that what's happening on the ground at both the northern and southern reaches of the Russian occupied territory is really the central show. It's hard to know what's going on there. Especially on the Russian side and when they're going to bring in their new troops, whether they're getting a little bit of a risk now, it looks like the Ukrainians haven't made any really big moves to take more territory about a week ago. They really were moving towards care song. And they did take quite a bit of land, but they didn't get all the way there. And of course, while it's bad for the Russians to retreat, it does shorten the lines that they have to defend and so perhaps makes things a little easier for them.
"kherson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He plans to make to Pennsylvania in the next few days, he'll be returning Thursday to give a speech in Philadelphia on protecting democracy. Ukraine has launched an offensive along the southern front of its war with Russia. The Ukrainian military says it's artillery hit Russian positions around the kirsan region. Senators Amy Klobuchar and rob Portman met today with Ukraine's president and senator Portman says they've heard the push and kirsan is proving successful. It's good news. Because the people in that region are living under the Russian thumb right now and are desperate to be liberated. Senator Portman says they've heard a few villages in kirsan have been taken back by Ukraine. The Biden administration is also preparing to sell more than a $1 billion in missiles and radar support to Taiwan. We get details on that from Bloomberg samey Morris. Sources tell Bloomberg news, the sale would be the largest since President Biden took office, it does not offer Taiwan any new military capability, but it will likely prompt protests from Beijing, which has said American armed sales to Taiwan or a threat to its security and a violation of diplomatic agreements. President Biden is facing calls to accelerate American weapons transfers to Taiwan to act as a deterrent against China. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris, Bloomberg radio. Former president Donald Trump is bolstering his legal team as his he fights the classified document search at Mar-a-Lago and BC news was first to report Trump has hired former Florida solicitor general Christopher kais. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts
Russians Allegedly Impose Rules on Ukranian City of Kherson
"So the Russians have told the Ukrainians in curse on including the mayor There's to be a strict curfew In 2000 hours those 600 That there are only the citizens to go out in groups of two at most Want to see what a slave state looks like this is what it sounds like right here When your subjugated your population to an overpowering force Cars are only allowed carrying food medicine and other supplies to enter the city driving at minimum speed So they're afraid of being taken out by speeding cars or car bombs The head of the regional administration said the Russian occupiers are in all parts of the city and are very dangerous Now again giving you the bad news because we're going to do that upfront here The Russians have a lot at stake here The Russians are engaged in a PR fight too This is why it's so critical We avoid propaganda And I think the executions in the street narrative that's come out that the Russians are considering public executions in the street I think that may be propaganda The catch is here's the catch I don't know what side it came from Is it the Russians leaking that to terrify the Ukrainians or the Ukrainians leaking that to show you how bad the Russians are The short answer is I have no idea and I'm not going to pretend to know what I don't know
"kherson" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Uh, rant about Joe Manchin earlier the program? Yeah. And you mentioned that he you know 99 time or whatever votes with democrats, not 99% to me like you were defending him. And I was calling to tell you Yeah. There is no defense for Senator Joe Manchin and I My mind you that his predecessor was Robert Byrd. Who was a good Democrat, Robert Byrd was also a grand wizard, senators anything against going into Iraq. And Robert Byrd kept, uh, framed left in his office. He called him the brave 21, however, many of them Stand. Uh, so don't tell me nothing good about romance, and he is owned and operated by the coal company. Well, he knows what we need to know. Yeah, he owns one and he doesn't want his taxes raised. You know, I get that what I'm saying is that If, and I think that there is some concern about this. You have Mitch McConnell out here, saying that every single day he is praying for the success of Joe Manchin and Kherson Cinema. You have these two people being courted on a daily basis by people from the hard right and from the Republican Party. They are really trying to get this guy to flip and and Kirsten cinema as well. And if that happens, it would be a disaster. It is important to recognize that in many ways, including his most important vote, the first vote has taken everything. Every two years, which is for who is going to be the leader of the Senate that the Joe Manchin is voting for a Democrat. So you have a Democratic Senate majority leader. Um You know? But that anyway, nine point of my story is the remedy to chill mansions. You know, being on better call companies and voting against the interests of its own constituents for Joe Biden to become ill, BJ. And he needs to fly it. I had take notes. It's called I think by need to slam mentions me into Mansions from the back. Are, you know, you know yourself and the mansions and neck? Yeah, as mentioned is on his knees. Biden can simply say you'll get not one cent from the DNC. And laughed. You do this? Yeah. I don't know exactly how it needs to be said they're not bite. My last night was LBJ would have added Several colours for words. Yeah, I get what you're saying. Mary Ann. This is the good news is that over the weekend it was leaked out of Chuck Schumer's office. Apparently that Schumer got a phone call from Joe Manchin from Excuse me from President Joe Biden. Saying, I am ready to start talking to the Democrats who don't want to hand the filibuster. And I see that as good news. And yes, I would like to see a little more LBJ out of him, and I think we're starting to Uh, is it Tanya and Boone, North Carolina. There's an F in front.
"kherson" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Set okay. This is all on the expanded version of trippy reds album trip at night. So after that. I think that Clearly cognac thought that was about him to nassau consequence. I went on twitter and said f betrayal is the disrespect for me dog with trippy. Rides shotgun and then he put laughing emojis respect. My team is party. Time hashtag queens all day now as far as kanye west it seems like he responded in a group text with some other people on this text message. So push the ts on the text. Message chain Some people are saying the d. Looks like it stands for drake. I'm not sure who these people are on there now. He posted a picture of the joker. And said i live for this. I've been with by nerd as jack and whereas like you whole life. You'll never recover. I promise you so. I'm not sure what's going on but that was screen-grabbed and then there was also a post and delete of drake's address corners. Posted it. that's why. I think he's wild coney whenever you post somebody's address. That's such an invasion of privacy but drinking yale like the two guys that you know aren't gonna fight so when people will see arguing the only because you know nothing's gonna have that's true at the same day they should do. That's competition but the address thing is calling it addresses super corny. I hate when people put people's address out there man. That's an invasion of privacy. People got kids got families. Don't do that. that's why that's lame are right now. Kylie jenner is pregnant and she's expecting her second baby with travis. Scott they already have it three year old daughter stormy webster and it looks like nazis pregnant. Now they did not respond to requests for comments but You know according all these sources. They're saying that she is pregnant. I've been hearing that for quite some time. So i guess somebody just confirmed it not them personally. But it's been confirmed. Congratulations to traverse the move. Carl and leah's barry hang kherson has addressed it took so long for a leah's music to hit streaming services. He posted a statement about the release of one in a million. He expressed gratitude to everybody. Who helped make it a success. Any named jackie lia's parents slash managers Diane and michael haughton. He said as the owner of elliot's catalog and labo black brown records. I wanna thank you offer allowing one in a million of chart number three in the world. I cannot take the credit for managing as that was never a title. I held that title belong to diane houghton and her husband who menacingly elliot from the start of her career until her passing. I wanna think. Diana leah's manager for allowing in choosing blackout records to become her label. He also went on to thank his son jomo. Hey kherson for his role in the entire process and also apologized to fans who have waited years to finally enjoy her. Music is an incredible love watching. These kids be introduced earlier. Especially one in a million. Because it's like. I saw him giving missing and timberland all of these properties weekend. And i'm like yeah that's all arab man and they were before they time right and you said they were doing this. Comparison saying courtney kardashian looks like amory over the weekend to quite that one. His weird right and atari is denying claims. A soldier boy owns the company so he they posted. We know the ceo of atari as a dream job. But that aren't belongs to wade in. This is all after soldier. Boy has said he owns atari. Here's a flashback to that be shut out to tar radio host staff on by the revamp the company we're gonna take to the next level. I am now the owner overtired. They was they was real proud of me. What i deal with the way game causing company for i think i'm gonna get one hundred and forty million. I wrapping the owner video game company. Well once the company denied that he owns it He went on instagram. Live and went on a rant. Sorry atari called me and said john wanted me revamped. Y'all company your note. The when i said i'm on the atari is a public traded company. K no win man owners. Don't call my phone asking me to help you out promote and i still got demanding up show contract. The child sent me talking about a million shares ripped the contract up. Rip deal up suck my so. Then he went onto a copy of what he says is his contract with them before he continued with his rant. Who's wrong here. But i've been trying to figure this out all we not really given it a lot of thought but who's wrong in this situation because they did approach sociably to do a deal right right Soldier boy misinterpreted. What the deal. man. I guess you know what i mean. They hit the contact right here. From atari one million dollars one million shares or something like that. That's not the ownership He made it seem like he owed all everybody. He owns shares in the company. So technically he is. I get all that money from selling it like you said he was right but i feel like tari as a corporation. They shouldn't be sending out. No petty tweets like that right. They shouldn't let it go like if anything they're lawyer should reach out the soldier boy people instead a. That's really not what the contract says. It looked like they was performing on twitter as well. Well i mean are they say but as we know that. Ceo of atari dream job. That honor belongs to wade rosen. Play soldier they plan soldier like they didn't even reach out to him for a deal if they did reach out to him for a deal. That's kind of unprofessional. Level of them to make reaching out to someone for a deal and telling them that they own. The company is different. Yeah but why not have your people reach out to soldiers people behind the scene if you're trying to do a deal with him. Why put that on. Why he's lying publicly if there's something you're doing a deal with a. I think he's going to have that conversation with especially because soldier boy is doing nothing but bring awareness to write your atari. Why not have people reach out to people behind the scenes. they're a. I don't know if you've got some misconstrued but that's not what the deal is. He's not a part owner. This is what we wanna do x. y. and z. Like why put him on blast leg. He'd be levin lasota boy goes off though. I do think that's unprofessional. For a company like tired it's been around for saul i right well. That is your room a report. All right thank you miss. E r right now Shelter revolt is time to get out of here. everybody else. The people's choice mixes up nex revolt. We'll see you tomorrow and It's the breakfast the breakfast club your mornings on never beat us say a girl angela guy and we can all use a break from time to time. My friend at the general insurance believe that sometimes a little break goes a long way. 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"kherson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Is Ric Edelman. 8 17 Todd Jeffries, Patrick Osborne, and let's see. Brian is checking in from Brushy Creek will get around Just a minute. I just stumbled across something that you need to know about. Especially if you support local police back the blue. That kind of thing. I want to get to know some police officers coming up next Tuesday, June the 15th. I just found this on Justin Barry's Facebook pages. He's a police officer, Uh, and is part of the Austin Police Association, he says. I'm encouraging our community to take some time to come and encourage the new cadets. Sadly, the whims of a few crazies have had a devastating impact on our department, staffing and morale and the overall safety of our community. Our city needs new officers, and this is a great opportunity for you to meet them. Yeah, be supportive about of all of this, And they hope to see you at the community meet and greet coming up Tuesday from 4 to 6 30 afternoon in the afternoon at Edward Rendon Senior Park Festival Beach. There at 21 01. There was it Segovia streets. I think it is Festival Beach. They get that right. But, yeah, come on out and show your support. And, according to the Flyer, the 144th cadet class. Our mission is to provide the city of Boston police cadets with the skills to effectively engage and connect with Austin's diverse community in an honest, authentic and transparent manner. This. This will be accomplished through community partnerships, access and engagement, the foster of belonging and enrich learning while building trust with the community. That's the goal of this get together with Austin police the the cadet class. Tuesday the 15th from 4 to 6 30 there at Festival Beach. I hope a lot of people show up. Yeah, me, too. And I think this is a good time to do it, especially. I mean, it's really easy to be critical and lob insults at cops and whatnot. But How many people you know, have really stopped to get to know them or being able to have a discussion with a cop. But you know, this is what I would like to see in policing is a great opportunity for the community and the police the new cadets to come together and maybe find some common ground. Uh, which I think is desperately needed in the city. Right now. I think the real question in the Wizard behind the Kherson together Curtain posted this question on the screen. Which City Council members will be there? I think we probably at least one I would think of 11 comes to mind and I doubt Greg Cassar would be there. He was the only guy that voted against having a cadet class. He said no to police. So I would think he wouldn't show up to say hi, right? You know, I think it would be good optics if they all showed up, you know? Hey, this is a brand new era of the Cadet academy. We're just come to say hi from the mayor to all other 10 Council members. I think it would behoove them all to be a part of this. I think you're right. I think you're right. All right, Jump in at 51283605 90 toll free 877595525 interesting story this morning, and in fact, Justin Barry brought it to my attention about critical race theory. We've been talking a lot about about it in public schools. But the critical race theory indoctrination is set to begin immediately at the Austin Police Department. It's a $2.9 million contract awarded to Joyce James Consulting..
Deutsche Bank's new CEO plans investment banking review
"Then with the deutsche bank story i was just breaking if you lines earlier deutchebanks supervisory board has named a new ceo to replace john cryan amid a wide overhaul of senior management co deputy co kherson saving doce lifer who currently heads the banks private and commercial arms will take over immediately as part of this reorganization goth richie is promoted to sold head of the securities unit and will become deputy co europe's largest investment bank has seen three top leadership appointments in six years amid pressure from investors to improve profitability let me also bring you up to date with another corporate story that we're watching for you some breaking lines across the bloomberg terminal in just the last twenty minutes novartis has agreed to acquire a vexes inc for eight point seven billion dollars to expand its position in gene therapy swissbased novartis is buying a vexes a bannockburn illinois general gene therapy company for twenty one to two hundred and eighteen dollars a share which represents a premium of eighty eight percent to the company's closing price on friday this transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of both companies we're hearing this morning.