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"kochav" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

02:57 min | Last week

"kochav" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Is the laughter through the door And then you have allegation there. We know that you didn't get the part that would this didn't cost you for. Yeah it's a lot. And i don't think any and so Oh there's no chance that's been like breaker leg lay between now and two o'clock right okay. So anyway But yeah i. But i love hearing about how the show came about and how they like picked everybody why it was so important so then looking up to get a photo you know just to kind of have you guys be able to look at this. I said i the first thing that came up with friends. Reunion director addresses lack of diversity in this special setting the cast is the cast so of course you know what it was happening. People were like. Why are there no people of color on their show in the coffee shop in new york new york city. Exactly i mean even back people like some aisha tyler to be ross's girlfriend at one point and he said what they said was good was look. There was no conscious decision. We saw people of every race religion. Color these were the six people we cast. Bryant went on to say that he doesn't have any regrets about the way friends her dow ended in may two thousand four. I'd be insane not to hire the actors. What can i say. I wish leeson was black. I loved the class. the cavs told the outlet. I love the show. love the experience. I love all my money. Grab one dollar. Exhausted is a billion billion. People have watched it it worked. It worked at least there were women on it if you want to eat healthier than listen up because this is hands down the easiest way could tshuva is a drink. That's been called the cleanest those nutrient dense meal imaginable kochav is loaded with over seventy superfoods and nutrients. And i mean we're talking maka. Route chia seeds. Sasha inch e camus camus mcqueen berry aside coconut. You've got to go check out the entire ingredient lists because it really is impressive. I have been loving it. We've been doing it for a couple of weeks now. Peter and i and the team over kochav have spent the last decade obsessing and perfecting this one product and you can really tell it started in the jungle on the side of a mountain during a health retreat. And now it's just blowing up. It's a huge craze and their mission is to bring together the world's best superfoods into a single ready to go meal to help busy people stay healthy on the go. You can make a bigger meal by adding fruits or you can just put ice and water and mix it up and it's still really good and really fills you up..

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Welcome to the beat. Melbourne president trump is back to spending what remains of his time as a lame duck. President fuming over his loss a flailing plot to try to basically delayed the certification of his loss in some states a revenge campaign against actual nonpartisan us officials and then what are now costly efforts to try to simply recount in certain places where he clearly lost today. The trump campaign this is new is actually paying three million dollars for a partial recount in parts of wisconsin. The biden campaign constantly responding. The recount quote will not change these results now as a matter of election. Precedent that is fact check tru donald trump lost in these areas. They've selected to recount by over three hundred and sixty thousand votes. That's a lot. No recount in history has ever moved more than one thousand votes so as they say. Do the math. But i want to tell you tonight. These recount theatrics echo. The courtroom theatrics of rudy giuliani. Because both efforts do not offer an actual path to change in the outcome. And as i've told you around here in the news if there was a path that could change the outcome and made this all more exciting. We would tell you that would be interesting if nothing else but there isn't that kind of path instead. What we are seeing is the pursuit of another stage for these individuals to press. What are losing grievances for some kind of audience that was part of this controversial but ultimately futile bid in michigan where to local republicans initially tried to stop certifying trump's loss in that state. The effort quickly fizzled. So what did team trump get out of it a delay of less than a day. And what did it cost well above and beyond the obvious questions that face. Our system when politicians don't respect election results also costs politically the republican party headlines like this. They are facing of course two key states in georgia mother jones dubbing this strategy quote a plan to throw out black people's votes. Here's milwaukee's mayor today. Everybody knows that everybody knows. This is an attack and cities on minorities places that historically have voted democratic. Don't let anybody fool you that this is about. Irregularities this is flat out and attack and democracy in cities and places where people call it there you have it. Let's take a right to our experts. We are joined by. Neil kochav former acting solicitor general for president obama having dealt with many legitimate or what we call meritorious claims before the courts and jason johnson. Professor at morgan state you Welcome to both of you. We're gonna get to neal's legal expertise. Which is very useful. The time like this but i go to you first Jason because the politics of this are what the mayor and others are calling out. Don't be fooled by legal language or the pursuit of illegal stage when there's something else a foot. I'm curious view tonight. Well yeah you can lose yourself all the minutia and all the different things that they were trying to do. Republicans we're trying to do in wayne county yesterday but the core of it as other people on the committee pointed out is just racist. That's it they just wanted to say that black people on detroit's votes don't count and that's what the republicans are doing politically. There's two different lenses that we can look at this. Obviously anybody who cares about functional democracy. Anybody cares about how the loss was to operate. Says this is bad. This is ridiculous. it's a waste of time. But for trump and for trump and for the people who are still afraid of the impact of trumpism on the republican electorate. They wanna look like they're fighting even if it's a losing battle so it seems to be an effective method for them it's still. They could griff people and ask for money but ultimately damages democracy. And it's not going to impress anyone two years down the road after run for office again nail. I agree with that. So over the last two weeks trump has single handedly made the case for the john. Lewis voting rights act better than anyone better than even jason better than the nwa cpi better than maldive better than the dams and congress. He has launched really a modern day. Jim crow and his party is enabling it. So that's one thing on race and the other thing on representation. What's going on in michigan wisconsin. Arizona georgia across the country is so fundamentally un-american ari. there's nothing that's more precious in our democracy than the right to vote go back to no taxation without representation and the like and trump is effectively pulling a king. George here wants to tax the good people of milwaukee in detroit but not give them votes and somewhere you know vladimir putin and the ghost of mouse h. Tung are cheering him on right as with so many things in this era it didn't have to be this way. It certainly doesn't have to be this. This widely supported There was a lot of talk about people doing what they had to do to get along with their president. Whether you find that a convincing argument or not it's no longer logically true when you have an outgoing president and the president-elect now michigan did show also the of it. As as i mentioned we're not giving it. You know too much credibility but we will explain to viewers jason what happened. Republicans were trying to block. They ended up slightly delaying the certification in the area around detroit. The argument was maybe. Just throw out these votes. Immense pressure reported immediately from the public from state officials and around the nation and then gave up. We're gonna show people. Are we gonna show people how went down. I'm talking to my control room. We're not gonna show clip. But i'm gonna i'm gonna give a little more context which is donald trump than did initially congratulate the people trying to do this then of course they caved and the loss. Jason was certified fast forward to the wall street journal. A fox news sister publication allied with donald trump on many things rage against the voting machine journal says where is the evidence put up or shut up..

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"kochav" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"No compromise is he though because Chris Cody I do not see Greg Cody. Conference call anymore. He just disappeared again, continually playing. Against everything we're doing around here. I mean he got gotTa Beguel. Question plugged the podcast and he's gone. I have bad news. He was in the waiting room so I just admitted him back to being the black box. It says Greg Cody I think is laptop took a crap again. Okay, very good Greg. Are you there? Can we speak to you or you ruin the show from afar again? All right great. Yeah, can I think Nadia there? It is Greg Cody as always always muted himself Greg. Right he's connected, but he's muted. Okay us to God's I'm wondering if you know this stat as a jets fan because Kyle Brandt gave it out the other day and it's not something that I was aware of Debris Kochav Ferguson. Do you know how many snaps? He missed in his career. I know it wasn't many. He was pretty durable. I WanNa to say maybe sixty seventy snaps one what he missed. One snap is his entire career. Now Joe Thomas Played All ten, thousand, three, hundred, sixty, three snaps of his career, but the British off Ferguson Played Ten thousand, seven, hundred and seven of the ten, thousand, seven, hundred and eight snaps that he could have played in the only time he didn't play. A snap is when the jets were on their own goal line calling one of those bogus were. Were behind and we need to. One of these lateral plays the ball all around, and we don't need are left tackle lumbering down the field Would you be furious if you were debrincat Shaw Ferguson that they took you out for that one play so that you couldn't have the streak that was longer than Joe Thomas both of them. Crazy iron men streaks. Yes If I was British offer because he was so good. That's like ten thousand. It's just a waste of ten. Thousand Snaps for player that good on that team. That's correct. He was very good. and. He played all the time and never got hurt in a sport where it's really hard to do that. I'm curious to God's I. See what's happening in Iowa. Have you been following? This story here is the flames climb a little bit toward Kirk farance because his strength and conditioning coach. I believe crystal was the highest paid strength and conditioning coach in the country. If not, he was pretty close to it now he was, he was there for twenty one seasons. Eight hundred thousand dollars per year is where he ended one of the things that you're looking at though right now as these protests gather strength, and it's pretty jarring thing to see the powerless in college football said leap that I'm not going to be powerless anymore, and so you've got a lot of football players saying that this strength coach for over two decades right hand man of Kirk Farrant, and the highest paid guy at his position was mistreating them. And it's not a couple of players, and this is how this gets. To a place to God's where things? Paradigm Shift Okay. I don't know what's going to happen to Kirk. He's very popular in Iowa and know what would have to happen for that fan base to feel a public pressure that would actually dismiss someone like Kirk parents, even though again. The coach and the strength coach work very closely together. It is unlikely that the coach is not going to know what the strength coaches methods are Kirk it saying he does not know about what it is that Chris. Doyle is being accused. It's interesting Michael. Senior said in some cases, and certainly this is one of those cases twenty one years. That's usually the second guy in charge. And there were by some former players. There were some accusations of levied at. At Kirk Ferris's saw as well as also on that coaching. Well, Dominic Foxworth could tell you did say on highly questionable yesterday. The bars remarkably low for strength coaches like it is remarkably low, they are the can eaters, and the guys who you know. Break things on their forehead before the game and so strength coaches are mad at Dominic Foxworth and Dominic Foxworth for first time I've ever talked to Dominic Foxworth says I. Don't want that fight. He's fine fighting the handball guys, but he does not want to fight the strength. Coaches just tap chat already. Even though he said, the bar is remarkably low for them, but one of the things that changed here and you gotTa. Keep an eye on. This is the powerless. Get a little more power. At a lesser program. What it took to get men Gino fired is reports of what felt like physical abuse. Guys were being punished in a way that left all manner of scars on their body. That's the head coach losing his job. The flames are climbing on the head coach. I will where he's got a much better program than the one to Kansas, just because his strength coach, not physically abused guys, but verbally abuse them. That is a shift, and it comes with these players feeling less powerless. If you buy a claim, ignorance by a head coach in regards to what's going on with his strength. Strength and conditioning program. You don't know bleep about football. Let Alone College football. They know everything that goes on with the strength and conditioning program. It's their job to know the strength and conditioning coach is an extension of this style. The head coach wants he knows everything about the training methods and everything that goes in there. It is beyond me how anyone can listen to any claim of ignorance because Kirk. Doesn't strike me as an absentee coach. That's not really his reputation. This is the one flaw and Kirk inferences resume that and not being able to get to a national title game I. It's unbelievable to me. We try to locate Greg Cody next ESPN radio is presented by progressive. Insurance. All guests on the Dan lebatardshow appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update..

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"kochav" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"kochav" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Right back. Stay with us to bring into the conversation now. Neal Katyal former acting solicitor general under president. Obama Mr Kochav Neil. Let's go to see it. Thanks for being with us here tonight. Thank you so I wanted to have a conversation with you and Chuck and Maya actually because our lawyers on the panel have been talking with us about actually Claire. Your lawyer to you. Are the senator thing shot on TV. We've been talking about the impact not only of what happened today in the impeachment in trial nail but also this love Parnasse taped this eager fruman tape with the president in April two thousand eighteen talking about the ambassador just wonder what you think about this vis sort of landing in the middle of this legal proceeding in the middle of this trial. It's important both on a detail. Level Rachel and on a Meta level on a detailed level the tape explodes trump's claim. which is? Hey I never heard of this guy left Parnis here. He is like having dinner with him talking about how they Ukrainian ambassador should be fired and so on so so it undermines trump's credibility the explanation of his story but the more Meta issue to me is just as chuck and others can talk about this. We look look at the trajectory of an investigation. kind of what's the new evidence revealing and here the parnassus piece is like so much else that we've heard because each week we get new evidence and the evidence always points in the same direction. Trump's guilted never exonerates him in any way shape or form. And that's why the President I think in 'cause taken this unprecedented step of stonewalling Congress. which is what article is all about and why he's got these new executive privilege shenanigans that he's trying to work and work gone now that representative shift? I think exploded today. Yeah Hi Neal. It's Maya did you hear. And we have not authenticated this so just to put a big big big caveat in that but that section of the tape where Donald Trump asks about. How long Ukraine can last? How how do you see that Mr former solicitor general acting? How do you see that playing into the impeachment trial? It shows that the president was aware where a year and a half ago long time ago and two thousand eighteen in May that if again if authenticated that he knew how badly Ukraine you need this aid and it gave him the leverage that he saw it in order to get the announcement of an investigation into Joe Biden and nail to be clear that would Render more serious decision to cut off the aid because it would show that he personally. It wasn't just that any student of the situation would know that that was potentially a death knell for Ukraine but he personally knew it and articulated it in a conversation. We've got on tape. The plot was all set up a year and a half ago or more. If this tape is accurate cocktail tale former acting solicitor general under President Obama. Neil thank you for joining US late tonight. We really appreciate you being here. In terms of that last point I mean again. We should reiterate that we have heard portions of the state. ABC News has just released it. what this does in terms of the fight over whether or not these senators are going to critically engage with new evidence It's hard to see but boy. Does this change our understanding of what the the timeframe here and who may have been driving this bus of the shocking thing is Donald. Trump is being informed warned about Ukraine's military posture against Russia through these clowns at dinner at the trump hotel. His National Security Adviser is. You're supposed to have already told him this. Along with many other people remember these are the clowns he doesn't know six adhere on MSNBC to stay with us. Hey Guys Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit down. PODCAST I get together with. SNL Star. Eighty Brian to talk about her hilarious. Run on on Saturday night. Live and her breakout. Show Shrill. Get that conversation now for free wherever you download your podcasts..

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Neil Kochav and now we turn here in New York to former federal prosecutor. A Bear Burger. Who has been watching along? We've seen some of your colleagues there. I want to pick up on the point from Mr Cacho. which which is you could walk in that room? First of all the most common form a profession of members of Congress is lawyer for good reason. Lawmaker but you walk in that room even if you haven't practiced law in twenty years you have other other ideas and you see the chief justice and you think about what you're doing and at least from our reporting in the Clinton case and other examples even all the way back to Nixon we've heard from multiple members of Congress in both parties that jolts you so. What do you expect if this starts whether it's the end of this week or next week when they walk in that in that Senate floor? I think that's exactly exactly right and and I think it important distinction about a usual preceding in front. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for. Russ for our politics in our country. Will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening to the senators and this will be as the senators are going to be. Hey It's Chris Hayes as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week. My podcast why is this happening. They were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what maternity west of the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration therese relations as you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that are politics are getting more tribal. Join me for. Why is this happening? New episodes every Tuesday. Wherever you get your podcasts actually silent so they are from better I members of the jury but they're also the court themselves so at least if we could expect this precedent to be what it was in the Clinton trial? They'll have to submit written questions if they have questions. They're not going to be sitting there or rating. For long periods of time they will be taking it in sitting as irs and for the most part being silent and so this this is the same messaging. We see in opening arguments in a real courtroom where you're speaking to jurors so even if you're GONNA get to more complex matters like like all the elements of a crime or what the person's mental say was you start big and everyone remembers that and closing arguments. You end big speaker. Pelosi was leaning a little bit into that and trying take something that I don't think everyone's thinking about dismissal. What does that mean and really trying to frame that? Take a listen to Speaker Pelosi on. ABC about this trump idea of immediate media dismissal. He signed on Thursday to a resolution to dismiss.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Neil Kochav and now we turn here in New York to former federal prosecutor. A Bear Burger. Who has been watching along? We've seen some of your colleagues there. I want to pick up on the point from Mr Cacho. which which is you could walk in that room? First of all the most common form a profession of members of Congress is lawyer for good reason. Lawmaker but you walk in that room even if you haven't practiced law in twenty years you have other other ideas and you see the chief justice and you think about what you're doing and at least from our reporting in the Clinton case and other examples even all the way back to Nixon we've heard from multiple members of Congress in both parties that jolts you so. What do you expect if this starts whether it's the end of this week or next week when they walk in that in that Senate floor? I think that's exactly exactly right and and I think it important distinction about a usual preceding in front. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for. Russ for our politics in our country. Will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening to the senators and this will be as the senators are going to be. Hey It's Chris Hayes as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week. My podcast why is this happening. They were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what maternity west of the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration therese relations as you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that are politics are getting more tribal. Join me for. Why is this happening? New episodes every Tuesday. Wherever you get your podcasts actually silent so they are from better I members of the jury but they're also the court themselves so at least if we could expect this precedent to be what it was in the Clinton trial? They'll have to submit written questions if they have questions. They're not going to be sitting there or rating. For long periods of time they will be taking it in sitting as irs and for the most part being silent and so this this is the same messaging. We see in opening arguments in a real courtroom where you're speaking to jurors so even if you're GONNA get to more complex matters like like all the elements of a crime or what the person's mental say was you start big and everyone remembers that and closing arguments. You end big speaker. Pelosi was leaning a little bit into that and trying take something that I don't think everyone's thinking about dismissal. What does that mean and really trying to frame that? Take a listen to Speaker Pelosi on. ABC about this trump idea of immediate media dismissal. He signed on Thursday to a resolution to dismiss.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Can you believe are you a citizen of the United <unk> states of America Sir. You can't ask that question because the court said you can't. We have three very unfriendly courts. They fight us all the way. The judges don't like us too much. I guess so we know that this president event has a white nationalist agenda and that's part of the citizenship question that he wants so badly we have to also remember that so many families are mixed status households so as the former governor's mentioned you know I feel like the damage which is done in the sense that they're going to be so many families and communities that are so afraid of this particular administration. We have the shadow of the rates that are coming this weekend or maybe next month. Whenever right I mean it's just there's so many can communities that are just consistently living in fear but why would you be motivated to fill at the census even if you're documented and you're living with a brother a child apparent who's not? Why would you invite this type of government into your? Home and so I think we'll have an undercount anyway and I think that the president wants that for his various partisan reasons but I fundamentally agree with you it will come back and bite the heels of certain members of the Republican Party because keep in mind. Many of them are losing out anyway. They're losing out on jobs because the president does not know how to manage anything they're losing out because we have an administration that doesn't believe in climate change there the recipients of hurricanes droughts and floods <hes> they're the ones that are going to lose money for some of their education to the president can frame it as people from Central America are stealing all these things and creating all these ills in your life but at the end of the day we know that it's his particular policies that are doing this and so unfortunately for me. The greatest fear is that the threat has already so many people are saying fear is the point you know the cruelty is the point. I think that the damage is already done. Because how can you even convinced marginalized. Communities who were citizens are descendants of citizens to want to invite this particular government administration into their homes to answer anything as basic as how many people live here. I want you to stay with. I want to broaden the conversation a little bit and bring in Mike Luke of the New York Daily News host of the Mike Luba podcast Sir taking listen to Neil Kochav who our viewers know as an expert on this issue also litigated part of it on behalf of critics the census when on the way towards today there was a sort of zigging zagging probably a lot of time wasted a bumbling effort by the administration to surrender than say they weren't surrendering them today truly surrendering while still claiming otherwise and Neil caught in the middle of this pointing out that he was hearing directly from people who still work at the Trump D._o._J.. Horrified by that process take a list. I've gotten calls all day from department lawyers who we're saying this is horrible. Please help us. You know that's a pretty sad state. You've you've heard from multiple career Justice Department lawyers current currently serving the trump administration calling this. You said quote horrible. Yes I mean I don't remember the exact words but the effect of it is horrible and you know in unprecedented and lawless. Mike your view of this particularly on the on the politics Oh you know this was astonishing this government by by Kendrick Lamar today. I don't believe in laws your system by any means. That's what I believe in not believing him and trump said these things with his tame attorney general standing next to him congratulating him for this failure today and I was watching bar and who knows what this is going to do to whatever reputation he has already someday. They're going to have a bill barr of bobblehead day like they have at the Ballpark and you wind him up and you'll say congratulations Mr President and to me the whole pageant today was Kinda shameful the governor ask you since you served in a cabinet. Most of us have never had that life experience..

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"He has a similar theory that there was a depression that with all social science. You have multiple variables. I don't know that we're going to resolve this, by the commercial break. But I'll give a rebuttal. I just want to say that the reporting that we and many other news organizations are doing on the border shows actually talking to these individuals. These human beings shows that they want a better life. And that many of them are fleeing violence situations whether that be gangs, or just violence in their own families and a failure of their own states to protect them from it. So, you know, there's no reason to litigate, this really. And there's nothing wrong historically with the United States of America, welcoming refugees, and immigrants to our shores. That's what we're supposed to be about. David anything briefly before we go. The asylum system is, is not supposed to be a response to trouble people society's response to persecution that the authorities are coming for you. There's something because because it's something you can't control. That's a benign personal characteristic, your state is persecuting us. That's what asylum is four is not. That's not how you solve the problems of the world. And go back to the president of the president set sent very tough, fierce messages in two thousand seventeen and indeed he reduced the flows of migration through growling, but the world has taken his measure, and they're taking this measure in Iran. Does this measure the Korean peninsula that he is? He is he is provocative, and he has week both the same time. And that's a very dangerous. Right. What I'm hearing you guys overlap is on looking at the limits of Donald Trump's rhetoric and how it worked while you're debating which could be an endless debate. And when we welcome here, which is having variables account for some of those shifts. But one thing we did establish that is that is. Demonstrable is at Barbarez doesn't miss her old colleague in boss, Donald Trump because you feel like he's all around you. Absolutely. We have fun and I'm not afraid of silence. Barbarez Margat David Frum. Thanks each of you. Gordon topics. But if they didn't break, as I mentioned, we have a lot tonight in tonight's show. Neil Kochav the one and only here to do the law. And the fact check of Donald Trump's claims about the immigrant children who are being moved out of the cities that are unsanitary and what the administration is writing to do to deny them blankets. Also, we break down these new leaks. Trump documents revealing warnings red flags about who we wanted to bring to the White House and inside secret debate prep process for these candidates on the road to Miami. We've got some key insights from some key insiders that and tonight first time on the beat the one and only Malcolm glad. Well excited for that. I'm right. We'll be watching the beat on MSNBC. Hi, it's Katy Tur. Wanna keep up with MSNBC while you're on the go. Subscribe to the MSNBC daily newsletter. You'll get the.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"So as I started to think about what happened last week those two press moments one with Robert Muller and having a press conference the other William bar. Talking to CBS news. I started to realize, I think actually those two conferences are going to set the tone for the next year and determine what happens. And Muller went on the cameras and said, basically look, I quit indicted sitting president, I was bound by j opinions and therefore I also couldn't label Trump a criminal that it'd be unfair to label someone a criminal, and not give him the legal process to clear his name. So that's Muller than bar, the next day, tell CBS news. Oh, no actually Muller could have labeled Trump a criminal there was nothing prohibiting from doing that. And I started to think about that. And thought you know I was covering for with Brian Williams for your network, the confirmation hearings bar, and I thought they don't think that's what I said to this confirmation hearings. And so I think you've got a clip about that. So let's hear the clip. I personally felt he could have reached decision. The opinion says, you can add indict a president while he's in office, but he could have reached a decision as to, whether it was criminal activity. But he had his reasons for not doing it, which he explained if you're not going to indict someone that you don't stand up there and unload negative information about the person that's not the way the department of Justice does business. Yeah. So, you know, I was looking through all the confirmation hearing testimony and I saw that. And I thought, boy, you know, that is just a flat contradiction bar. Three months ago to get his job saying one thing and now saying something absolutely different. It's an attorney general in remember, the attorney general is our highest legal officer in the land. The person is supposed to events, you know, just the utmost respect for law in principle, and you have an attorney general who's literally careening from position to position, whatever suits him on a given day in order to clear, his boss, the president. And I think Ari this has real implications because Muller is saying, I can't answer the question of whether the president obstructed Justice. I'm not allowed to give you an answer bar then grabs it and says, oh, no, I'll give you an answer. The president did nothing wrong. But bars answer is not worth the paper, it's printed on. This is a cheaters answer. This isn't a real answer. And there's. Now, only one at least federal entity that can give us a real answer, and that's congress. And that's why you're set up to this low piece was congress and impeachment, and I think there isn't any doubt. Now that there has to be in official inquiry into what the president did, well, you laid out so clearly, and I'm so glad you brought those receipts because one of the things that bar does is he misleads and very careful complex ways. So it actually takes. If I may Neil Kochav level amount of research to go a week, right? That doesn't actually square in the service of being clear. I want to quote a very much a non lawyer, who put the question, so crisply in the New York Times, which is Maureen Dowd, folks members written about many Washington issues. And she says it very straightforward. She says look Moore's argument is he can't report on what his fax mean because the president has immunity from prosecution, but that doesn't follow, if you believe Trump committed a crime, even if you can't indict him now, why not say so Neil? So, look, I think that if bar didn't say what he said it is confirmation hearings, you could imagine Muller in March taking a very different view in answering the question of whether the president obstructed Justice, but remember Muller's ultimate boss. His supervisor is William bar, and he was following what bar told him to do at his confirmation hearings, which is don't go and attack someone and tear, their reputation down, then give them legal..

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"kochav" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, bryan. Number one seed. Novak Djokovic moving onto his record ten three French Open quarterfinals straight sets win over young arch stroke others to move onto the quarters include Dominic team straight-sets, if seat Alexander's ten seed Karen Kochav enforced in seven see the Qena she Corey needed five sets to advance in the women's draw to Americans advancing seventeen-year-old, demand, NEC, MOVA, fourteenth, seed, Madison, keys, head to the quarterfinals trait sets. Meanwhile, three seats him on a halif dominates losing just one game to move onto trade sets while eighth seed Ashleigh Barty advances in three sets if Chelsea boss Marito, sorry, decides to leave Stanford bridge after just one season event is as expected the blues thought to be I offered manager hobby, Grazia SRA's replacement Grassi is coming off a season of leading to the FA Cup final in a loss to Manchester City, according to the Daily Mirror Tottenham is expected to spend big off. Off season after losing the championship final deliver on Saturday, while the Spurs have in criticized for not spending. Big the past eighteen months manager, my reseal put Schettino expected to be handed substantial money to spend on improving the club warrior starkly Thompson having an MRI today. No Clint after suffering left hamstring tightness in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NBA finals game to Golden State win over the raptors in Toronto. I'm Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Markets headlines and breaking news, twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app. Dunk on Twitter is a Bloomberg business flash. All right at seventeen past.

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"kochav" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Schwartzman, thanks Bryan to Americans advancing to the quarterfinals of the French openness, seventeen-year-old, demand, NEC MOVA fourteenth seed, Madison keys winning sets. And he's above becoming the youngest woman to reach quarters and thirteen years. Meanwhile, three seats Simona Halep dominates losing just one game to move on straight sets. Wait seed, Ashleigh, Barty events is in three sets in the metro number one Novak Jovic moving onto a record ten trae French Open quarterfinals, the freight sets win over young. Linda others to move on include foresee Dominic team, a trait sets fifty dollars zander's very intensive Karen Kochav enforced. That's and seven seed Kei Nishikori needing five sets to advance Andy Murray's comeback hesitate now is the world's former number one will play doubles at the fever tree championships at London's Queen's Club beginning June seventeen there are no issues Murray is expected to play doubles at Wimbledon in July as well. According to the Daily Mirror Tottenham is expected to spend big this off season after losing the Champions League final to Liverpool on Saturday, while the Spurs have been criticized for not spending big the past eighteen months manager Maurizio put Schettino expected to be handed substantial money to spend on improving. The club wore your star Klay Thompson having an MRI today in Oakland after suffering left hamstring tightness in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NBA finals game to Golden State win over the raptors in Toronto. I'm Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Markets headlines and breaking news, twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app Tunc on Twitter. He's a Bloomberg business flash. All right at forty.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"It's been seventeen days since Bob Muller turned in what we now know to be a nearly four hundred page report, but who's counting. Well, congressional Democrats. Putting the heat on attorney general Bill Barr who is in a redaction process. We're told coming of information that could include secret grand jury proceedings, which are usually protected by law. Now the question with this grand jury material becomes. Are there? Kind of exceptions Democrats are concerned would apply. Take a look. In every similar situation of the past with Nixon with Clinton with many other situations that judiciary committee has gotten all the information all the end allying documents and evidence would have to go to court to get the release of the grand jury information. But that has happened successfully in every previous situation. So if congress was able to successfully get at grand jury material in these other situations like Watergate, and like ten stars report would Bill try to keep that material out of the report that he turned over to congress well for the answer, and what is the actual boundaries. I wanna turn to an expert on these kind of disputes that is part of a new series. We just launched on the opening arguments with Neil Kochav. Former DOJ official Neil Cacho who wrote the special counsel rules in his argue dozens of cases before the supreme court, including as Amazon acting solicitor general missile Cacho joins me now evening. Good evening. Let's start with what it means. When we see a politician there. Chairman Nadler say there is a way to do this. And they've always done it. What does that really mean?.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Are conflicting you can play the independent counsel with the special counsel. And then you conveniently leave off where it says the president. We're not accusing the president of a crime, a minor thing you leave J J save the media criticism for when we're not doing this. You want into it? And you don't even tell the president is the full screen up on the screen that we prepared for this interview has the entire quote. So what you just said was inaccurate. And when you try Jay the table bad say this only said the exotic did not exonerated. You didn't say not the president not because I'm asking I've been reporting that all weekend, sir. I've got it back up on the screen. I'm not doing that to undercut you just the fact is we have the entire, quote, we deal with context here J before I let you go. And you might wonder why you why you aren't more excited about the good part of this? Which is I'm excited about a great day for the president of great day for the country. Right. So before I let you go. And I turned to Senator Booker. Let me ask you this final thought. Which is why do you think that bar felt the need to go farther than molar on the obstruction issues? Why not leave it the way it is notified congress under as you say the DOJ rules written by Neil Kochav at our. Different than the underlying federal statutes that used to exist. Why did Bargo further? It was good for your client, Donald Trump. But was it necessary? If the Muller report left it good enough. Here's the that's again are again with due respect, you are conflicting independent counsels with special counsel. Bob Muller works for the department of Justice. He doesn't report to three judge panel. It's a completely different system. It was eliminated the independent counsel statute. And Ken Starr was under. Bars for attorneys. With this.

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"kochav" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Sunshine around for the drive home or wherever you heading this afternoon with clear skies. It looks nice temps in the low fifty still kind of breezy tomorrow same plan, but more clouds for Wednesday. I'm KIRO seven pinpoint meteorologist, Nick Allard. If fifty degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Heather from Kent to Capitol Hill. This is KIRO radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific northwest. To Kochav taught hermit sitting over here. High above the phrase, candy Harper looking down upon all of us with a mix of love and disdain over here. Mike lewis. Because one way to describe you. But also with a very loving sort of coaching sort of environment. What makes a good Super Bowl ad? There's an article that contents to have a seventy seventy one seventy seven point formula. I found one thing lacking in this in a great consumer used to be of ads when I had a TV I'm also one of the few people who sat in the room and watched half pint kill a promising startup in the ad business. It was weird. And also heard the NFL in a meeting to say that we have a concern. We would we don't wanna over over commercialized the Super Bowl. So. Yeah. Let's not let's not forget sake do that. That's not over commercialize it. So we'll read the article they're saying that it is it s aligned with the bread has to be memorable has to maybe redefine what the brand can do. Stay away from politics. He called up the Gillette, add the expert here saying, I don't want to be lectured about how to be a dad by a razor company. So we'll go through some of the ads some of the upcoming ads. But what in your mind can't sit out this? What makes a good Super Bowl ad in your mind animals? All right. Thanks that always go with animals. Always wins Clydesdale cute dog talking animal. Sure, why not there's many different examples. But the animal you can't judge it on one way or another new ask you first one you mentioned Clydesdale, it's the only Super Bowl ad save. The Orioles was that even the Super Bowl or was that the national championship or the lights went out and Orioles fast. Was it Super Bowl the lights went out and the Orioles the ravens in forty Niners. The agency fast launched that commercial with the lights out, and you could dip Orioles that was brilliant. So so you do that. And you're talking about the Clydesdale post nine eleven where the horses. Awesome. All of the ads with the this is what we do is humans. We look at an animal and we project human emotions onto it might not even be accurate of what they're trying to get across in the end. But you're like the dawn found his buddy, quite they'll again. And I saw the clydesdales bowed their heads central park after nine eleven because the towers were gone. And this is a montage of some of the most memorable Super Bowl ads..

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"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Can you think of time other than I guess Watergate where we've been in this situation? And what do you see as key for America getting out through this without it becoming the DOJ craw caught in the partisan crosshairs? Yeah. Yeah. I hope that people have good spirit on both sides of the aisle, Democrats and Republicans can understand the importance of the institution of our Justice department. Why it is the envy of the world. And one of those reasons is we do not use the Justice department to pursue people for political gains. There's a long tradition of independence. There are thousands and thousands of amazing career prosecutors and agents who sworn oath to the constitution and everyday seek to uphold it in the facts that they do. And there are a lot of threats that face us, you know, real threats to life like we saw the massacre that just occurred in Pittsburgh as we've seen in the charges that have been laid out by former director Muller that talk about Russians are trying to do to the United States. And when people are slaughtered for their beliefs in a synagogue, or when Russians are attacking trying to undermine our election system. They're not doing it to attack Democrats or Republicans. They're tacking has Americans and what we stand for. So I think it's. We time will tell whether someone tries to interfere in the Justice department to end this investigation, you will be able to tell because there's oversight by congress. And also because if they suddenly end the investigation there ongoing court cases in front of our judiciary, also many of these cases have already been moved over to career parts of the Justice department from the prosecution of President Trump's lawyer the follow up on the run. And and then it goes to one of the reporting avenues, we're going to continue. And hopefully with your help later this week, all the other cases, John Carlin. Professor dyson. I wanna thank you both up ahead. The former top DOJ official says Jeff Sessions replacement may actually lack thority oversee moral Muller. Neil Kochav who wrote the rules governing special counsel live on that important issue next..

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"kochav" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The wounded we louis i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show and gandhi kochav we are at the doha bang christopher cox nicked christopher nixon cox is with me by a colleague and co host and we're very pleased to be sitting with a man is going to help us understand the bursting and glistening economy that surround us here in the sunshine of the arabian persian gulf this is the chief executive officer of doha bank dr our setha rahman doctor of very good day to you here we are and the obvious question for me right away his this is a growing city growing so fast i think towers are going up around us did you arrange this for me or has this been coming for a long time the my seeing something that is new here or if you've been growing like this for a decade or more good morning to you good morning john and a cohost again as bludgeoned thomas rabin took a part of your show i'm glad what you're seeing is what we have to believe a case an extraordinary country of substance and substantial compliance the political publishing social progress shen and the economic publishing is attending story you righty captured it's not today the transformation started in we're back in 1984 social justice freedom functional democracy human rights principle of good governance is all converging in and one part of the wall that qatar and extraordinaire set of leadership and converting every crisis into opportunity and getting the right priorities is is appearance from centered values this sudden and they truly reflection of uh modern at the human aspirations and essentially it has been a story of sex's for the last twenty three years tell us a little bit about the growth in the economy and work comes from we know that qatar of course as wonderful natural resources but the economy goes well beyond that tell us a little bit about the economy beyond natural resources well diversification suspected solutions is engaging nonhydrocarbon qatar realized in 1995 made to six they have a huge concert in a judas us in addition to oil oil is not significant in terms of auto production distribution so alan jesus faking a priority that looks by natural gas absolutely right that she energyefficient and roman friendly that's the right.

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"kochav" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"kochav" Discussed on The Inquiry

"In 2015 he says the vast majority of these protests have nothing to do with corruption campaign ah alexei navonna they have one unifying theme according to all more intriguing over eighty percent of all protests in russia last year where economically motivates and it's mostly very much localize grievances relating to either low wages or late payment of wages a wage arrears because alleys kochav says russians are living in tough economic times russia has been going through a quite as strong recession now there is a return to growth boat everybody's forecast in very slow growth this year probably and hausa affecting people's daily line staff slain really feeling it if that protesting even in some cases history well it does affect the laws lots and russia is probably one of the most uneven countries in terms of income distribution these days so you have a lot of poverty twenty three million people in russia live below the poverty line and yet these protest is on seeing that are protesting about the fat the system is starting to gansters they are jesper testing on the how about the particular issue that facing wanting dot resolve yes because it is largely because the authorities are very successful in promoting the narrative mostly via kremlin control television channels and this narrative tells them the odds all the problems russia's experiencing are due to external factors such as the global economic crisis the low oil prices the western sanctions against russia and so and so forth.

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