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"lago" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

07:09 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"Hey everyone, I'm CNN correspondent Kristen Holmes in for David chalion, and this is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for Friday, August 26th. Today we are learning more about what led to the unprecedented search and seizure at former president Donald Trump's Florida home. I did nothing wrong. This is a political attack on our country. This as sources say his public and private reactions aren't completely aligned. The Department of Justice released the Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit used to convince a judge to authorize the search of Trump's Florida home. This 38 page affidavit cites evidence of obstruction as the probable cause to search and seize the property. The DoJ and the FBI told the judge that investigators had reason to believe that classified materials were improperly taken to unauthorized locations at Trump's club and were concerned about the national security implications. The affidavit said, when the FBI reviewed in May, the 15 boxes the national archives retrieved from the Florida resort in January, it found, quote, a 184 unique documents bearing classification marking. Investigators wrote that none of the spaces in Trump's residence had been authorized for storage of classified information. Now, no one, including Trump, has been charged with the crime, and the Department of Justice was a very careful about what information should stay secret and what should be made public. The reason this affidavit is released at this stage of the investigation, which, by the way, almost never happens, is because the judge in the case ruled it needed to be made public because of the public interest. In a redacted legal brief explaining why it proposed redactions to the affidavit, the Justice Department stressed the need to protect grand jury information and keep law enforcement agents witnesses and uncharged parties safe. It also redacted information to not give away the government's strategy and scope of the ongoing investigation. The document also gives insight into the timeline of the investigation and how it began. Just to backtrack a little here, the national archives contacted Trump's team in May of 2021. After realizing that several important documents weren't handed over before Trump left The White House. The agency got frustrated with the slow pace of document turnover after several months of conversations with Trump's team, including one where one senior archives official asked one of Trump's former White House lawyers to send documents using FedEx. So this January rolls around and the national archives gets 15 boxes of Trump White House records from Mar-a-Lago. And it says some of the documents were torn up, and some were classified. The archives then sends a criminal referral to the Department of Justice on February 9th, asking them to look into Trump's handling of records and whether he violated the presidential records act and other laws related to classified information. The presidential records act requires all records created by a sitting president to be turned over to the national archives at the end of their administration. We learn from the affidavit today and archives official told the Department of Justice, there was, quote, significant concern. Over the fact that highly classified records were intermixed with other records and worked properly identified. By the way, I spoke to former Trump administration officials about the national archives findings, and they weren't that surprised. This source tells me that the former president was known to be quite lax with the preservation of presidential documents. He would walk around both The White House and then Mar-a-Lago and pull documents out of boxes, look at them, then put them in other boxes or to the side, often with no method or reasoning to it. Another source also tells me how Trump used to show off presidential documents to visitors, including the letters between himself and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. So after receiving this information from the national archives, the Department of Justice and the FBI launched a criminal investigation into the matter that is still ongoing today. That led to FBI agents visiting Mar-a-Lago in April and May, where they asked Trump's team to store the documents in a more secure location, something Trump's team said they did. But it seems investigators had evidence that Trump's team didn't actually secure them properly, so that led to the subpoena in June for classified material, and the Mar-a-Lago search warrant executed at the beginning of the month. We also learn from the affidavit, the FBI used law enforcement personnel who were not part of the investigation to search Trump's office at Mar-a-Lago in order to protect against potential attorney client privilege issues. Now, Trump has responded to the unsealed affidavit on truth social, calling it, quote, a total public relations subterfuge by the FBI and DoJ. He also posted audio from an interview he did on Lou Dobbs podcast, the great American show, on the social media site that appears to have been recorded prior to the affidavit being unsealed. I did nothing wrong. And it's the exact same thing here. We were essentially attacked. We were broke it into the opened up safes. They brought safe crackers and they brought many, many FBI agents and all right before the midterms. And all when I have the best poll numbers I've ever had. This is a political attack on our country, and it's a disgrace. And the people understand it, it's a disgrace. It's a disgrace. Our country is a wreck. Trump has said publicly that the whole unredacted affidavit should be released, but his legal team didn't argue that when it came time to in court. Several media organizations, including CNN, argued in court that the full affidavit should be released for transparency purposes too. So Trump is bemoaning this probe publicly claiming he's a victim of political persecution while a source close to Trump tells CNN he's privately getting increasingly concerned about a possible indictment. Another adviser acknowledged that while Trump has certainly been in legal peril before, including when he was president, this seems different and potentially more dangerous, particularly because the former president no longer has the legal protections afforded to the executive office. And two allies of the former president said the newly unsealed affidavit spells trouble for both him and those who have erroneously claimed he declassified the records he took at the end of his presidency. One of those allies of Trump said the former president quote really needs a competent defense attorney even more so now. We're also learning about the potential reason why Trump felt the need to hold on to these records for so long. Sources tell CNN Trump got legal advice from a conservative activist named Tom fitton, who told him he had the authority to keep the records from his presidency and that it would be a mistake to turn them over to the national archives. While Trump continued to publicly tout his cooperation with the archives, privately the former president began obsessing over fitness arguments. Sources close to Trump say he was complaining to aids about the 15 boxes that were handed over and becoming increasingly convinced that he should have full control over records that remained at Mar-a-Lago. Now, Trump advisers have made it clear they want this to be a political, not legal battle, while the Department of Justice is hard at work in their ongoing criminal investigation. That's it for today's political briefing. Thank you so much for listening and please take a moment and be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts.

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"lago" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

08:08 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"To be searched include the 45 office, that's in quotes. All storage rooms and all other rooms are areas within the premises used or available to be used by F potus, former president of the United States. And his staff ended which boxes were documents could be stored, including all structures or buildings on the estate. So again, notice what we told you on Thursday's episode, right? Describing with particularity that the search warrant here wanted to be clear that, you know, you didn't have a shed somewhere on Mar-a-Lago that someone was going to be like, nope, I'm sorry. Like, this says you can search the residence, but so they've included the language all structures are buildings on the estate. And then it has a carve out. It says, it does not include areas currently, IE at the time of the search being occupied rented or used by third parties such as Mar-a-Lago members, and not otherwise used or available to be used by F potus and his staff such as private. I guess we know where F boy potus will store the stuff next time. And it has certainly given him some indications here. And just because you definitely said I was literally Alex Jones earlier. Verified in 2019, a Chinese woman who passed security checkpoints at the club carrying a thumb drive coated with malicious software was arrested for entering a restrictive property making false statements to officials. So this is not just us rewriting fletch or what have you, right? This is, it has actually happened. And if you've ever. And again, we know nobody who was ever on the Hillary Clinton lock her up train was there in good faith. But if you ever were if it ever gave you pause and you know, it gave us some pause. We had to write an entire episode and I wrote an entire law review article about it, which we're going to reference on the show. Yes, right? Hillary Clinton should have been more careful with how she was handling confidential information. If that's your standard, Donald Trump is already several miles below that. So, okay, I'm going to skip over sorry, I'm going to skip over attachment B for a second. And I'm going to go to the property receipt itself. And there are two of these. I think because there were two different groups that carried stuff out, right? So the very first thing that I know is, as you go down this list, it says, box labeled a one. Box labeled a 12. Yes. I saw that too. Yeah, you're right. I honestly thought I was giving an oversimplified explanation. But no, it appears that, you know, the F code decided in. This is my new. By the way, we also learned that in addition to whatever voluntary cooperation that there was a subpoena for the return of documents issued sometime in the summer. It blows my mind. I mean, they're not even going to the effort to just rearranging the boxes. You just rearrange the files and tell you, oh yeah, here's one through 7. There's all the boxes. Ah, no, I guess that wouldn't really work. But it's funny how little regard. More than anything, this just proves how little regard Trump had for the law. Yeah, no, that is exactly right that, and put a pin in this. There must be co-conspirators here, right? Donald Trump did not come up with 42 boxes on his we don't know who any of those people are. But those people are available to be known. And by the way, you know who might know who they are, Cassidy Hutchinson, maybe Bill Barr. I don't know. But certainly, some of the folks who have already provided information might be able to provide some information about, oh yeah, oh, you want to know who was responsible for move out day? Oh, oh yeah, I could tell you who was there on move out day. I don't know, but but I would like to know. So in addition to the numbered boxes, which are fantastic. On the second larger receipt, I don't know if you saw this one. Item number one is executive grant of clemency, ray roger Jason stone junior. Yeah. Now, it strikes me as highly unlikely that the president has decided the former president F potus. I'm going to keep using that phrase, it's such a good one. It strikes me as highly unlikely that F potus wants to, I don't know, frame the one time he gave the worst criminal scumbag in his orbit apart. Maybe he does. Maybe this is a copy of that actual grant of clemency that actual pardon. Or maybe this is a draft of a pardon that never got executed. Right? And remember, everything we've been telling you about how, you know, pocket pardons are not a thing. This is exactly the kind of thing that we're talking about, right? You would have to prove in court that this was actually signed. If this says, I part Roger Stone in connection with any activities that refer relate to the riot or however he would describe it on January 6th, 2020 at the cap, a 2021 at the capitol, right? Then you would have to prove that this was actually executed by the president while he was in office and not while he was sitting around at Mar-a-Lago no longer being president without the power to pardon people. And that's why we said from the beginning that was never going to fly. That's the only reason this being a draft pardon is the only reason that I can think of as to why you would have absconded with this document and then not turned it back over when requested by the FBI. Well, let's talk about, I mean, maybe this is not the time yet to talk about it, but what in the world you referenced it earlier? Who's doing this and what's the motive? Like, that I still can't get my mind around. And I think we just don't have the information, but like, is there a chance that all of this is just pure laziness plus disregard from the law and not trying to, you know, keep stuff to either sell it or make money for or do something? I don't know, do something untoward with these documents either. If not Trump and probably not Trump, someone around Trump. Should we answer that now? Or do you want to put a pin in it? No, let's answer that now because and again, recognizing this is the highest form of speculation. The kind of thing that we almost never do on the show, we try and be as informed about it as we can. As of Thursday, as of our recording, if you had asked me, what do I think is in those documents? I would have said, I would have put all my chips in on these are documents related to covering up of the January 6th. Insurrection, right? I would have said, yeah, they grabbed everything they could to try and scrub the records to make it impossible to piece back what happened. After the events of Thursday night, I have completely flipped on that. I don't think it was that at all. And I think that what the president, what F potus took

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"lago" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

08:52 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"CNN political director, this is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for Friday, August 12th. We are learning our first bits of information of what the FBI actually seized from Mar-a-Lago 11 sets of classified documents according to some early reports and Donald Trump trying to spin his way out of this with his version of, there's nothing to see here, folks. Ever since news first broke by the former president himself, Monday night, that FBI agents executed a search warrant and seized materials from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate down in Florida. The question that hovered over this development was, what were they looking for? What did they take? What are they investigating throughout the week when we've talked about this topic, we've been clear to sort of note what we don't know? Well, the universe of what we don't know is shrinking and the universe of what we do know is starting to grow a bit. Today, at about the time we're recording this podcast, there were some late developments. We learned initially from The Wall Street Journal that the FBI had seized 11 sets of classified documents in that Monday execution of the search warrant down in Mar-a-Lago. And then Politico got a look at the search warrant and according to their reporting, the warrant shows federal law enforcement was investigating Trump for removal or destruction of records, obstruction of an investigation and violating the espionage act. Now, Merrick Garland, the attorney general yesterday, made a very rare move to go out publicly and talk about an ongoing investigation. And in that statement, attorney general Garland said that the Department of Justice was requesting that the court unseal the search warrant and property receipt, meaning the document that shows exactly what the FBI took with it, which by the way, it also furnished to Donald Trump's counsel at the time of the search and seizure on Monday. Well, now we are learning as we are recording this podcast that Trump's legal team is following through what Trump said in his statement just before midnight last night, which was that he was not going to oppose the unsealing. And Trump's legal counsel had a 3 p.m. eastern deadline today and they apparently told the court that they are not opposed to the unsealing of the warrant and having it out there publicly. This is how we now know because news organizations got a look at that warrant about what the FBI was looking at, including potential violation of the espionage act by Donald Trump. There were days where only Donald Trump and his allies were talking about what they were describing as a raid and totally inappropriate sort of persecution they said of the former president and Garland in this rare move yesterday stepped into filth of all Americans and titled to the even handed application of the law to due process of the law and to the presumption of innocence. Much of our work is by necessity conducted out of the public eye. We do that to protect the constitutional rights of all Americans and to protect the integrity of our investigations. This is all I can say right now. Now, this raised a whole series of questions about sort of how sensitive was this material. And this was the debate going in. It's like, does the attorney general of the United States and the head of the FBI sign off on this kind of search and seizure of a former president's home? If it wasn't of the highest need. Now with The Wall Street Journal reporting that 11 sets of classified documents were taken, some of which had to deal with the pardon of Roger Stone, Trump's forever political sort of consigliere, if you will, as you know, Roger Stone ultimately did get that Trump pardon, but there was some material related to that apparently. And yet, Donald Trump has been putting out statement after statement. After The Wall Street Journal reported that 11 sets of classified documents were taken, Trump himself is saying everything was declassified that there was nothing classified. As his spokesperson called it, that this search and seizure was, quote, unnecessary. Well, that remains to be seen and obviously Donald Trump or his allies just saying so is not where this is going to end. But that's the argument that they're putting up right now. And he's trying to throw chum in the water by suggesting that Barack Obama took 33,000 documents, classified documents from his administration to Chicago, which the national archives instantly put out and a statement debunking that that that was totally not true and that the records of the Obama administration are entirely within the control of the national archives exactly how it should be spelled out by the presidential records act. So when Merrick Garland asked the court or announced that DoJ was going to ask the court to unseal the documents, it was sort of like the ball was back in Donald Trump's court. You know, are you still going to claim that you're being unduly persecuted and try to, in some way, hide these documents from public view because by the way, Merrick Garland said he was only seeking to have these unsealed with the former president's consent. And he utilized the fact that the former president was the one that revealed the search and seizure publicly to begin with. And of course, that there is an intense public interest around this case. That is what prompted Garland to come out yesterday and he sort of was calling Trump on his bluff. It's also worth noting that the other reason Garland went out publicly yesterday was to give a full vocal defense of the FBI and the Department of Justice who have come under attack from Donald Trump and his allies for doing their jobs and Merrick Garland said he simply was not going to stand for that. I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked. The men and women of the FBI and the Justice Department are dedicated patriotic public servants. You know, it's worth noting the Republican reaction and what shifted and what hasn't shifted since Monday night when Trump made it publicly known that this search warrant was executed at his home. To a large extent, the Republican Party was unified with Trump here, sort of applying the pressure that Garland better explain exactly what DoJ was doing. That this was something to question and attack and to use for political advantage. And even some Republicans who were like, well, let's wait and see what exactly this is. Quickly got on board with the notion that this was potential overreach from the government. Listen to Elise Stefanik. The Republican congresswoman from New York, she is the chairwoman of the House Republican conference, a member of House Republican leadership. Here's what she had to say. President Donald Trump is Joe Biden's most likely as political opponent in 2024. And this is less than 100 days from critical midterm elections. The FBI rate of president Trump is a complete abuse and overreach of its authority. And that was before she'd even seen any of the documents that are now emerging the warrant or the property receipt of what they were actually seizing and what they were looking for. Now, it'll be interesting to pay close attention to see if Republicans start moderating their tone at all. We heard a little bit from Kevin McCarthy today. He still raised a ton of questions, but he'd no longer was promising to investigate Merrick Garland if indeed Republicans take over the House of Representatives in January. For this matter. Listen carefully to see, especially if Republicans and leadership still start raising questions but start softening their line of attack that this was somehow a totally inappropriate or untoward search. That may indicate where the politics of this may go because it has energized the right, but it's also raising questions of if it's energizing the right

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"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:47 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Not even the president is aware. The timing is kind of remarkable. I mean, President Biden came into office and seemed to not really want to talk about the former president, certainly, made no noise about investigating the former president at least himself. And here we are, months out from a midterm election and perhaps the former president announcing his campaign for 2024 and you have President Biden's Department of Justice, the FBI, raiding Mar-a-Lago. Could this have been done earlier and thus, I don't know, saved face at least as it relates to the politics here. I don't I'm not reading too much into the timing. If anything, there's been a very loud course of the criticism that the Justice Department has not moved quickly enough in its various investigations of Donald Trump and the people around him. From my experience of reporting on criminal cases and criminal investigations that involve high level politicians, they take place very slowly and deliberately. So to what we were just talking about, that this has to go through several layers of approval, most likely, that is not a kind of thing that happens quickly. So it's my guess that this happened when the people at the Justice Department felt that they had enough evidence to go to a judge. Not sooner and not later. Andrea, I truly appreciate your aversion to speculation. However, I have to ask, is there a scenario here? In which the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago to attain classified documents that perhaps indict the former president in some way that could affect his running for reelection in 2024. There really is no evidence of that. And in fact, there's evidence to the contrary, which is that both President Biden and attorney general Garland seem to have had an aversion to brisk action against the former president because they don't want to be seen as politicizing it. So all of the available evidence, all of their public comments, their actions, as we see them unfolding, suggest that they are taking these actions because they feel they have no alternative. But if these documents lead to some sort of charges, I guess what I'm trying to understand is, could those charges then bar the president from running for reelection? So we're in the if land here. But once a rate has occurred of this nature, there's something called a taint team that is involved, which means that a separate group typically prosecutors and FBI agents will review documents to make sure no communications are privileged. In previous cases, for example, both Rudy Giuliani and Michael Cohen's cases, there had to be somebody appointed from the courts to review those documents. That can take a very, very long time to do. Then, once that's done, the prosecutors and FBI agents on the case can take a look and see if they think that they've gotten the evidence. So it is a long time coming. So it would be shocking, for example, if the midterm is the date in your calendar that you're thinking about if that all happened before the midterms. Could it come in the middle of a presidential election? Potentially, but I think the issue is that if you're the Justice Department, what are you going to do? If you learn there's evidence of a crime, there's a clock that has been ticking that is set by the four year clock of elections. That is a very short clock when late against a criminal investigation. There are so many investigations that involve Donald Trump that are going on right now. There are Justice Department investigations of whether he was involved in the fake electors scheme, a conspiracy to defraud the United States, perhaps. There are investigations by the inspector general of the Justice Department into whether a man who we wanted to install into the Justice Department to be attorney general had nefarious or criminal aims. There are records that have been seized by his former associates in relation to January 6th. There is a civil investigation in New York into his business practices. There is a criminal investigation in Georgia into whether he tried to tamper with the election outcome there. So there are so many things we are talking about. Not even mentioning the January 6th investigation, which is not a criminal investigation, but which has been turning up massive amounts of evidence. So much so that a federal judge said there was reason to believe that Trump had committed a crime in relationship to January 6th. So all of these things are out there in the ether, they're being talked about. They're being picked over, they're being dissected. And then all of a sudden, out of nowhere it seems, this is the thing that prompts the federal government to take this dramatic action. To me, that is significant in telling that we really don't know what the Justice Department is doing. We don't know what it has up its sleeve and we don't know what's to come. And we're to some extent, just going to have to wait and see. Andrea Bernstein, she's the host of the will be wild podcast about January 6th and all that's followed. She's also the author of American oligarchs, the kushners, the trumps and the marriage of money and power. I'm Sean ramus from this episode of today explained was brought to you by halima Shah, abishai artsy, Matthew collect, Hadi mawa de Paul mountainy, Laura bullard, Victoria Dominguez, Amina Al sadi, and a theme Shapiro with extra help from Patrick Boyd and Amanda rose Smith.

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"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:52 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Claim Andrea, I want to ask you some questions about the politics. Let's start with the man himself. How is the former president of the United States responding to this rate? It was the former president who broke the news to the world. Yes, he did. These are dark times for our nation. As my beautiful home, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege rated and occupied by a large number of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before. And I think, you know, it is a way to try to seize control of information, which is to let it out yourself before someone else does. And he described it in the terms that he usually describes, you know, break ins and, you know, my beautiful home and outrage, such an assault could only take place in broken third world countries. Sadly, America has now become one of those countries. Corrupt at a level not seen before. They even broke into my safe. What is the difference between this and Watergate, where operatives broke into the Democrat National Committee? Here in reverse, Democrats broke into the home of the 45th president of the United States. At no point in this letter does the president acknowledge his proclivity to do crimes, but can we talk about what we know about how he handles classified documents? Right, and I mean, we should say the president has never been charged with a crime. Even though he has been engaged in thousands and thousands and thousands upon thousands of civil lawsuits and been subject to dozens of government investigations. He has never been charged with a crime. In some of the reporting on this rate, the date April of 2022 was raised as a time when the FBI had gone to Mar-a-Lago. And spoke to Trump about these documents. And Trump pointed to that in his statement, saying, you know, he was cooperating. Why were they doing this? This language is striking, and this date was striking, because in April of 2022, is when Trump was cited in contempt, of court in New York in order to pay $10,000 a day for refusing to turn over documents to the New York attorney general. Attorneys for mister Trump claimed he does not have the documents, James requesting, but the judge ruled the lawyers didn't provide enough details about how they tried to find them. These were documents that she had been seeking according to the lawyers in her office for well over a year. And they'd finally gotten to the judge, throwing their hands up in the air and said, we're not getting these things, we need you to hold them in contempt of court and find him for not turning over these documents. That is what happened. Eventually the matter was resolved, but not before the former president was fined in excess of a $100,000. So this is just one example of the former president refusing to turn over documents to investigators. It has happened over and over and over again. You may recall that the Manhattan district attorney had to go to the U.S. Supreme Court twice to get Trump to turn over documents in its investigation of Trump's business practices. The House committee investigating January 6th had to go to the U.S. Supreme Court in order to get documents from the national archives. So Trump, notoriously, since his early days as a businessman has tried to hide business records from whoever is asking for them and in some cases its government bodies, in some cases, it's us in the media in some cases. It's potential business partners. It's a pattern that we've seen over and over and over again. So it's in no way surprising that we are seeing the outlines of that kind of activity here. I also want to say when Trump was in The White House, we know that he would routinely rip up documents. His thing was he didn't care what records was. He frequently tore up memos or things and just doing the trash. And when the January 6th committee finally got those documents that it went to the Supreme Court to get some of them came back in the form of taped up documents. So this is something that the former president routinely does destroys records hides records, tries to keep them out of the hands of government authorities. And we don't know all the facts about this. We don't know exactly what happened in this case, but the pattern of events certainly suggests that the FBI had gotten to the end of its rope and did not believe that Trump was going to cooperate with them. But even taking these documents from The White House to Mar-a-Lago, if indeed the president did that, would have been is the word illegal? Well, I do want to be cautious because it's obviously illegal to mishandle classified documents. What I don't know and what is not known here is were any of these documents declassified by the former president while he was president, which is something he has the power to do. Now, certainly events would suggest that's not the case, because if the FBI is raining his home and the FBI has gotten a judge to approve that search warrant. And if prosecutors have gotten the judge to approve that search warrant, then certainly they have probable cause to believe that a crime was committed. The former president also immediately politicizes the whole affair. He talks about the hoax impeachments. He talks about Hillary Clinton's emails. This is language that Trump has been basically employing forever. It's a theme that I have read over and over and over that I've heard Trump say over and over and over whenever he is an investigated, which has been often in his business career, Donald Trump has said it is politically motivated. Jesse, it almost feels like a preemptive coup. We've heard so much about the insurrection and the coup, but this is preventing. This is meant to prevent Donald Trump from being able to run again. All they want to do is they want to get Donald Trump. They raise money on it. They send fundraising emails about it. They brag on camera about it. They go after him. They subpoena him. I'm probably the most subpoenaed person in the history of the United States every single day we get another subpoena. And they do it for one reason because they don't want Donald Trump to run and win again in 2024. And Sean, that's what this is about today. All you hear is them accusing the Biden Justice Department of being politically motivated without evidence. And while all of the facts that are on the record suggest that, in fact, this is likely a very well founded raid. Since you said the B word, let me ask you a question about President Biden. Do we have any idea if the current sitting president knew this was going to happen yesterday? That his Justice Department was going to be raiding the palace of the former president. By all accounts, The White House was taken completely off guard. The attorney general Merrick Garland has been under relentless criticism from Democrats for not doing enough to investigate the former president. So the fact that The White House knew nothing about it, kind of goes hand in hand with the attorney general America Ireland, keeping his cards very, very, very close to the vest. So

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"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:08 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Today, Explained

"These are dark times for our nation, as my beautiful home Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege rated and occupied by a large number of FBI agents. Florida man's beach house searched by FBI, except this time the Florida man is the former president of the United States. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before. He weighs zero time, politicizing the raid. The political persecution of president Donald J Trump has been going on for years with the now fully debunked Russia, Russia, Russia scam, impeachment hoax number one, impeachment hoax number two, and so much more. It just never ends. It is political targeting at the highest level. Ahead on today explained what we know and what it means for the Florida man who wasn't home when Mar-a-Lago was raided. Today explained, but we're gonna talk about yesterday. We called up Andrea Bernstein to help. I'm the co host of the podcast, will be wild. About the road to January 6th. But also, was the co host of the podcast Trump Inc? Lastly. And the author of American oligarchs, the kushners, the trumps and the marriage of money and power. All to say that you got some very surprising news last night. Very surprising news. There's breaking news out of Palm Beach, Florida. Former president Trump says his Mar-a-Lago home there is being raided by the FBI right now. He describes it as a siege, calling the raid unannounced. That the FBI had paid a call on the former president's club at Mar-a-Lago. Agents met much of yesterday at the club in Palm Beach and CBS News has learned that the search was in regards to missing White House records. After they left, dozens of demonstrators arrive showing their support for the former president. Did anyone out there see this coming? I mean, I don't think it was widely expected. There has been this investigation sort of bubbling along. The national archives talking to the Justice Department about whether there should be a criminal case here. It is against the law to destroy government documents, especially if there's any question about whether classified material was mishandled. They'd found out about these documents in the course of their archiving the presidency. And so they went and got them from Mar-a-Lago. 15 boxes. This was at the beginning of the year. We know that because there was reporting and a couple of congressional committees who wrote to the national archives and they said, please tell us what is going on. And the national archives actually responded. It was a letter to Carolyn maloney, representative Carolyn maloney of New York, who is the chair of the House oversight committee. And she had sent them a letter saying, please tell us what you know. And they sent a response, saying that they had had communications. These communications had lasted through 2021. They had resulted in the transfer of 15 boxes to narrow the national archives and records administration in January of 2022, and that they had found that some of the boxes contained classified material. Some of these records are things like social media accounts. For example, Donald Trump's personal Twitter account that has since been suspended, the official potus account that he used to use when he was in office. There are questions about whether or not those were archived correctly and whether or not direct messages or private messages were part of those archives. The way they phrase it was Nara has identified items marked as classified national security information within the boxes. And as a result of that, they said, they were in communication. With the department of justice. So this investigation that the Justice Department undertook into how those boxes of information got to Mar-a-Lago. We've known it's been going on, but it's sort of been bubbling along a little bit on the back burner as people have focused on the front burner, the January 6th committee, the investigation in Georgia, and to whether Trump tampered with the election there, the New York investigations into his business records. So we knew about it. There has not been a lot of reporting or discussion. Recently. About this investigation, and it sort of only shows up on the kind of complete lists. Of Trump investigations. So all of a sudden, now it's very much front and center. So can we assume the FBI rated Mar-a-Lago on Monday as a continuation of that national archives documents investigation? The Justice Department isn't commenting. The FBI isn't commenting. But there has been reporting in occam's razor, we knew that they've been investigating how documents got there that that is what they were looking for. The president was not there. Right, the president's not usually there in the summer because summer in Florida, not too pleasant. He usually spends his summers at his club in bedminster, New Jersey. And was apparently in New York on the day of the raid, was not at his Florida home. And we have no idea if they found what they were looking for yet. However, if they did, why are these documents so important? Once you are the former president, if those documents, if he had not declassified those documents while president, which he had the power to do well president, that is a crime to be in possession of this kind of information. But what they were searching for, we don't know. However, I will say, having read the documents typically that a judge looks at the application for a search warrant. I can run to hundreds of pages. And it's not just, you know, we think, maybe there might be something there. We'd like to see, to be thorough, it is we believe there is something there that is pertinent to the investigation. And then they have to justify it. They have to justify it with extensive documentation. And it has to be signed off on by a different branch of government by the judicial branch. So in order for the FBI to execute a raid, there has to be considerable evidence in the eyes of the FBI that would allow this to happen. And obviously, when you have a political person at the other end of a search warrant, the standards are even higher, all of the eyes really need to be dotted and all the T's crossed. So you're saying a ton of work went into this raid before anyone stepped foot on Mar-a-Lago. Well, that is typically what happens when there's an investigation that's executed like this. Eventually, you know, when somebody goes to trial or when there is a sort of, you know, if there's an indictment or if there's legal action on a case, you can frequently these documents will become part of the public record. They are not now. So I, for example, read the search warrant in the Michael Cohen case, which was a search warrant that was executed against the former president's former attorney in April of 2018. And I read the search warrant in the Paul Manafort case. In each of these cases, the FBI had to itemize lots and lots of documents and evidence that they had seen that raised questions that could only be answered by the execution of a raid on the premises. Does a raid like this necessarily mean that some smoking gun

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"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"It's hysterical. Yep. Pretty good the left arm in. The wind's blowing is looking around. Poor guy's stationed at the helicopter, don't do the muscle. There's doctor Jill trying to help him. She can't get the arm in the sleeve. He can't get it. Now he can't get it over his shoulders. Now his glasses pop off. Yep, there they go. She's looking a little awkward, a little embarrassed. If you want to see this clip, it's 30 seconds. Text the keyword circus to one 806 5 5 mic because the beauty of the pure talk text line is you can also get back clips or articles or things that we find interesting here in the relief factor dot com studios and the Mike Gallagher show. So just text the keyword circus to 800 because it is a circus right now. This is officially a circus. We have an official arrival of the ringling brothers barnum Bailey circus complete with a raid on the 45th president of the United States home. Conducted by the Justice Department of the 45th president's political opponent, the 46th president. So nothing sums up the circus we're in better than grandpa Joe having a hard time putting his jacket on and his glasses popping off his head. His famous aviator glasses because he's cool, right? And he's got this cool glasses. He doesn't wear boring glasses like the ones I wear. I wear rain, sunglasses, shameless plug, they're not even an advertiser, but they should be. The best, they're the coolest sunglasses in the world. They're called rain. You'll see, I wear the little like, I don't know. Enough about me, let's talk about me. If you text circus to 806 5 5 6 four 5 three, we'll send you back that clip, courtesy of the daily wire. They did a great job in speeding it up and making it look just like a Benny Hill skit. All right, back to your phone calls 'cause we got tons of people wanting to vent react to this shocking raid of president Trump's Mar-a-Lago, his residence..

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"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:43 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Portions of our show brought to you by fellowship home loans. Call 805 ten Mike. Or go to fellowship home loans dot com slash Mike G welcome home fellowship from love. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. So the federal magistrate judge who signed off on the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago is a Florida federal magistrate judge sources are telling the New York Post, it was judge Bruce Reinhart, judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the warrant that enabled the FBI to raid president Trump's home. Well, guess what? Reinhardt was elevated to magistrate judge in 2018 after ten years in private practice. Months after his appointment the Miami Herald reported, he represented several of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's clients. Oh my gosh. So get this. The judge who signed off on the search warrant according to the New York Post. Left the local U.S. attorney's office more than a decade ago to represent employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Months after Reinhardt's appointment, the Miami Herald reported, he had represented several of Epstein's employees in connection with the sex trafficking investigation against the financier. According to the paper, according to the Miami Herald, this judge Bruce Reinhart resigned from the South Florida U.S. attorney's office on New Year's Day 2008 and went to work for Epstein's workers the following day. Wow. The Epstein employees Reinhardt represented by his own admission to the Miami Herald included Epstein's pilots, his scheduler, and Nadia marching kova, who Epstein Epstein once reportedly described as his yugoslavian sex slave. This is something right out of a novel, can you believe this? So the judge who okayed the search warrant on Trump's home in Florida was once linked to Jeffrey Epstein. But he committed suicide, right? Jeffrey Epstein, he hanged himself. Okay. This is unreal. 21. Listen, you want to smile on your face today? Have you seen Biden try to put on his sport coat? Outside the helicopter? Have you seen this? I mean, it's 30 seconds that is a Benny Hill skit. In fact, we've put together a little video. First of all, I'll obviously if you're listening on the radio, you can't hear it. But let's play the clip so that everybody who's watching on the Salem news channel can at least see it where he can't get his coat on, but I want to play with the appropriate music. What does that cut 1615? 15. Let's play cut 15. This is classic, because poor Joe, grandpa can't get his coat on, his glasses pop off his head, doctor Jill's trying to help him get the coat on..

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"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

"lago" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"From love. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. So the federal magistrate judge who signed off on the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago is a Florida federal magistrate judge sources are telling the New York Post, it was judge Bruce Reinhart, judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the warrant that enabled the FBI to raid president Trump's home. Well, guess what? Reinhardt was elevated to magistrate judge in 2018 after ten years in private practice. Months after his appointment the Miami Herald reported, he represented several of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's clients. Oh my gosh. So get this. The judge who signed off on the search warrant according to the New York Post. Left the local U.S. attorney's office more than a decade ago to represent employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Months after Reinhardt's appointment, the Miami Herald reported, he had represented several of Epstein's employees in connection with the sex trafficking investigation against the financier. According to the paper, according to the Miami Herald, this judge Bruce Reinhart resigned from the South Florida U.S. attorney's office on New Year's Day 2008 and went to work for Epstein's workers the following day.

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LEGOs (MM #4042)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

LEGOs (MM #4042)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife's at home with the family this week had taken care of the business, so she's going to be the one dodging the Legos on the floor. With all those little nieces and nephews running around, they love their Legos. And while Legos have been around, I think my entire lifetime, I was never really a LEGO kid growing up. I know Legos have come and gone, back in my day, they were just simply the red and yellow and blue blocks. They were all little rectangles and squares, and that was about it. You didn't have little boards to put them on. You didn't have little people heads. You didn't have all those kind of little pieces and parts that go with them. But now Legos are being targeted to adults in a different way. A company's coming into national to do a pop up bar at one of the local bars, and it's going to be a LEGO bar. And basically what they're going to do is have LEGO games and LEGO parties and let people build with Legos, but more importantly, drink while playing with Legos. I don't know what Legos have to do with entertainment at a bar. I guess it's the new hot trivia night kind of thing. The biggest problem I always worry about, stepping on them, and more importantly, doing that in your bare feet. Making Legos appeal to adults, I guess there's got to be drinking involved, doesn't there?

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LEGOs (MM #4042)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

LEGOs (MM #4042)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife's at home with the family this week had taken care of the business, so she's going to be the one dodging the Legos on the floor. With all those little nieces and nephews running around, they love their Legos. And while Legos have been around, I think my entire lifetime, I was never really a LEGO kid growing up. I know Legos have come and gone, back in my day, they were just simply the red and yellow and blue blocks. They were all little rectangles and squares, and that was about it. You didn't have little boards to put them on. You didn't have little people heads. You didn't have all those kind of little pieces and parts that go with them. But now Legos are being targeted to adults in a different way. A company's coming into national to do a pop up bar at one of the local bars, and it's going to be a LEGO bar. And basically what they're going to do is have LEGO games and LEGO parties and let people build with Legos, but more importantly, drink while playing with Legos. I don't know what Legos have to do with entertainment at a bar. I guess it's the new hot trivia night kind of thing. The biggest problem I always worry about, stepping on them, and more importantly, doing that in your bare feet. Making Legos appeal to adults, I guess there's got to be drinking involved, doesn't there?

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LEGOs (MM #4042)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

LEGOs (MM #4042)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife's at home with the family this week had taken care of the business, so she's going to be the one dodging the Legos on the floor. With all those little nieces and nephews running around, they love their Legos. And while Legos have been around, I think my entire lifetime, I was never really a LEGO kid growing up. I know Legos have come and gone, back in my day, they were just simply the red and yellow and blue blocks. They were all little rectangles and squares, and that was about it. You didn't have little boards to put them on. You didn't have little people heads. You didn't have all those kind of little pieces and parts that go with them. But now Legos are being targeted to adults in a different way. A company's coming into national to do a pop up bar at one of the local bars, and it's going to be a LEGO bar. And basically what they're going to do is have LEGO games and LEGO parties and let people build with Legos, but more importantly, drink while playing with Legos. I don't know what Legos have to do with entertainment at a bar. I guess it's the new hot trivia night kind of thing. The biggest problem I always worry about, stepping on them, and more importantly, doing that in your bare feet. Making Legos appeal to adults, I guess there's got to be drinking involved, doesn't there?

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Legal Insurrection: Democrats' Jan. 6 Clown Show Was Worse Than Expected

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Legal Insurrection: Democrats' Jan. 6 Clown Show Was Worse Than Expected

"One of our favorite sites here is legal insurrection And they have a wonderful story there that you ought to look at is put up there on Saturday The Democrats January 6th clown show was worse than expected Their hysterical pearl clutching live filled response to the events of January 6th What Democrats are clearly hoping will be their transformative rights dog moment is unseemly phony to its corp purely and solely political We know this because there was no outrage over the leftist rioters who attempted to transition to power during president Trump's inauguration Not only did anti Trump leftist riot attack and enter police set cars and buildings on fire But they were later rewarded for this attempt to subvert democracy to the tune of $1.6 million in taxpayer money Do you know how many congressional Democrats or Republicans for that matter willed about our democracy on the brink Do you know how many of these inauguration rioters were hunted down by the FBI arrested beaten and mistreated and how this political prisoners for over a year Do you know how many of them are harboring blueprints of the capitol building or wait That was an unconstructed still box LEGO set Not a model used for terrorist purposes or whatever random lunacy the FBI parent at that time If you said zero you're right on all

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Dream Toys-intro+wrap ED1

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Dream Toys-intro+wrap ED1

"The U. K. toy retailers association released its list of twelve dream toys for Christmas the classics are on the list of lego Barbie and hot wheels feel Hooper's spin master has a hot toy from a new movie pop patrols chase to win one transformer the critical scenes with the transformation it plays a major part in the movie this call is being designed to replicate that transformation exactly there's also gassy Gus players beat him with food items displayed on the cards and pumping his head to see his belly bulge the big issue this Christmas though for toy shoppers is supply and demand prices will be higher because of supply chain issues Alan Simpson is with the toy retailers association if you have time early so that you can actually get across and get your plan may as opposed to having to resolve their plan B. or plan C. Simpson says expect to pay more for the bigger box items I'm a Donahue

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If You're a Voice-First Technology Developer, Healthcare Needs You Now

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:00 min | 1 year ago

If You're a Voice-First Technology Developer, Healthcare Needs You Now

"I want to share with all of you today. If you're a voice. I technology developer. If you're a company in the voice ecosystem that has solutions. That could be helpful in healthcare. We need you now. There is an urgent crisis. Going on in the in the us and are among many others are seeking to provide solutions. One thing about homecare hub. It's kind of like legos. What can you attach to a hub. Attach anything that you need or want to deliver to that individual. Many of you out there today have solutions that we could partner with in right. Now is a call to arms for all of us in the voice community to rise up together to provide solutions for healthcare. They're desperately in need. They are overwhelmed and voice. Technology can be a force multiplier right now in healthcare. We're needed

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What Is the 'Freedom Phone'?

The 3:59

01:39 min | 1 year ago

What Is the 'Freedom Phone'?

"You may have heard some chatter about a freedom phone. Five hundred dollar hands at that. Supposedly focuses on free speech and privacy. There's so many red flags of lethal recommend boy in this device. Let's break it down. Jane this is your daily charge joining me again to discuss. The freedom phone is seen. That's on expert and fellow. Lego disease patrick colin. Welcome patrick readings greetings. My fellow brick brother. So you're on yesterday to talk about the galaxy fifty two which was a decent five hundred dollar android smartphone. And today we're talking about different. Five hundred dollar hand said. Tell me about this freedom phone man. We're laughing because it. I think you gotta look at it as the whole thing in two things and if you look at the whole thing it's a five hundred dollar phone. It's on preorder now. And there's virtually nothing we know about in terms of specs and other features that we would normally spend probably this whole podcast talking about then. There's the other side of it. Which is the name freedom. Phone and its tagline is that it will prioritize free speech and privacy above anything else. It's backed by a self-proclaimed. Bitcoin millionaire named eric feynman he's funding the phone and he claims that it's freedom. Oso's ios or android will protect your privacy and that the app store is uncensored unsinkable. As the word he uses and the app stores called the patriot store so There's a lot of big claims A lot of this is tied to the second part of the phone. which is clearly. It's tied to

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Review Section: Opinions Get a Measly Two Stars

The Gargle

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Review Section: Opinions Get a Measly Two Stars

"I would like to review opinions for you today on giving a review of opinions. Opinions are like assholes and promotes. Don't have them like ourselves. Touched almost everything. You can think of for a monetary policy to any celebrity to the cool of your kitchen work surface. Opinions have been lightly offer only touched upon just about everything. I think opinions of rubbish but unfortunately that's a hypocritical standpoint to hold opinions like ourselves. Everybody should be allowed one. Each this will improve the general quality of opinions. Because you're gonna have to really hard about it then go right. That's the one. I'm that's the one and all the rest ago. So in conclusion i gave having opinions to stuffer.

Can a Plant Based Diet Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Can a Plant Based Diet Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

"We do the math on a condition we got. I'm e d and if we didn't call it that it would have to go by. Its longer more embarrassing. Name inflammatory bowel disease. Did you know that. Switching to a plant based diet has been shown to achieve far better outcomes than those reported on conventional treatments for both crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Let's look at the facts important to our understanding and prevention global increasing phlegm tour bowel disease. We know that dietary fiber piercer reduce risk worth dietary fat and protein and sugar may increase risk despite the recognition of the westernization of lifestyles. A major driver of the growing incidence of inflammatory ballots. These countermeasures against us lifestyle. Changes have been recommended except the patients with crohn's zeeshan smoke. Look we know. Consuming whole plan is synonymous with an anti inflammatory died. So how 'bout putting a plan based diet to the test just cutting down on reading process meet. Didn't work vote about cutting down on only eight twenty five year old guy diagnosed with crohn's disease but failed to enter clinical remission despite standard medical therapy but efforts wishing to die based exclusively on grains legos like beans chickpeas lentils vegetables and fruits. He entered clinical remission without the need for medication and showed no signs of crohn's disease follow.

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Build a High-Resolution Microscope From LEGO and Affordable Phone Parts

PC Perspective Podcast

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Build a High-Resolution Microscope From LEGO and Affordable Phone Parts

"A lego microscope. This is this is great. I really an actual functioning microscope made out of lego and an iphone. Six s lens. Really good enough to do this. I mean it's it's something that you would build with your child to get them interested in microscopic. But it's so. It's not amazingly if you really want. They do have a link in this to build instruction for a lab grade. One that when you probably not going to be building with your kid The other really fun thing about this is that they were smart enough to set it up exactly like you. Were buying a lego kit and so everything. Is there the parts the steps how to do it. Step by step by step

How Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp

Code Story

02:10 min | 1 year ago

How Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp

"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this to

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Why Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp

Code Story

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Why Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp

"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this

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Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

Out of Office

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.

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"lago" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"lago" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"lago" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"lago" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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What to Know About Gaza's Rocket Arsenal

BBC Newsday

01:11 min | 1 year ago

What to Know About Gaza's Rocket Arsenal

"The were Palestinian kidnapped from Health Ministry their military says training an Israeli college airstrike in Kaduna on a State, refugee reviving camp memories in Gaza of has the killed abduction at of least the Chibok seven girls people in 2014. and officials said the dead included Legos a woman based and four risk Children analysis who were inside firm is estimated their home that in over the the past HRT 10 years, camp $18 west of Gaza City. million There was no have immediate been paid comment to from recover Israel. people Mercy kidnapped Abou for ransom, Aloof is in But Gaza. it's the first time that places Shortly of worship after have been the targeted. attack Dilemma. Hamas, McCarty the militant is an analyst group with said the Tony that Blair they are fired Institute for about Global Change, 10 rockets where he focuses towards on the Israeli violent extremist city groups off their in Shiva. sub Sahara It's Africa about and 40 joins US kilometers Live llama. away Welcome from to the program. Gaza, and he said. Thank In you the for having recent me rocket these we require abductions in of the retaliation mosque. First of all, for what the more killing is known off about the them. innocents. Civilians, according to Yeah. I a mean, statement these are by the worshippers Hamas on that wing abducted al Cassandra when, gets uh sent to the while BBC. playing in the most, Continuing um bombardment during off Gaza triggered Ramadan, a day it of unrest is mostly across the the occupied West midnight Bank and prayer in east Jerusalem. On independent Friday, at last least 11 10 Palestinians days off Ramadan. were killed in clashes They with Israeli were abducted security forces. from Inside their village Israel about cashes 40 have off continued them between Jews touchy where and Arabs. later Israelis reported in to several have been cities to have in escaped Jaffa to off Arab course. The Children police were have burned said after they their rescued home them, was but petrol residents bombs. said no There no were also one has protests to prosecute on the us. borders off We Jordan escaped and by

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AI at Heineken, With Raam Roch Hai

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:00 min | 1 year ago

AI at Heineken, With Raam Roch Hai

"Have been thrilled to be connected with our next guest today. who is rahm roche. Hi hey who is. The engineering chapter. Lead at heineken. So high ron. Thank you so much for joining us on a i. Thank you for having me yet. Thank you so much for joining us and listeners. You know as ron said we were connected at our machine learning life cycle conference so you may recognize him from a panel there if you've participated but were so excited to have you on our podcast today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at heineken. I would be happy to do that. I was start as early as i as can. I always liked shocking problems. If it's legos or reading or just to listening to france at it kind of made me happy. Dan naturally attracted to programming. i think programs are really abundant. That's in programming. Again you can solve a wide range of them so it's Tool after people would like solving problems as an eastern idea to join these ready army I was three years it structure in these viliami maybe a structural compared to other armies. But for me it was a quite a shock. And i told myself and event structure let's start ups startups a great You have quite the freedom to do what you wanted. Then you can care or so. A wide range of problems at it can be quite specific. So instead that i worked on visited systems on no no sequel that the basis going really zero to sixty Very quickly

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Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry

"We are so excited to have kendra scott joining us for skim. You've commencement which is also a live taping for our podcast skimmed from the couch. Kendra is the executive chairwoman lead designer and founder of the jewelry brand that bears her name kendra scott kendra built the company out of his spare bedroom in her house with a five hundred dollar investment. And now it's a billion dollar business. We should note. she's also a philanthropist. A professor at ut austin and you may have seen her recently as a guest shark on shark tank kendra. Thank you so much for being with us tonight. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be here and love everything that you all have done this year at skim us so so thrilled to be a part of it. Thank you can't dress so you become a very public person over these last decade or so. What is something that we cannot do. Go about you. I don't feel like a public person which is so weird. I don't know why. But i don't okay. Well thank you for telling me that. This is kind of news to me. I live in my little austin texas bubble. But i think he look like a lot of people. Don't know right. They see your this glamorous designer blah blah blah. I'm a mom i. I started this company with a newborn baby. I wanted to create a business that allowed me to do what i loved. Which was fashion design. I wanted to give back to my community after. I lost my stepfather to cancer. But i really wanted to also be a mom and be a present mom and create a company that hopefully someday would also allow other amazing moms to have a great career but could be a mom. So i'm a mom to three sons and a lot of people don't realize at because of that i've become kind of a tomboy i can throw a means spiral football. I can put a lego together in record time. I can't even tell you is one of those things where i just a mom i and two boys. It's always chaos at my house. But i kind of love it. I thrive off of.

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The LEGO Movie - Content Marketing Genius

Trent365

01:36 min | 1 year ago

The LEGO Movie - Content Marketing Genius

"Back in two thousand fourteen. Lego kids building block company released a movie and in doing so. They effectively school. The rest of us on how content marketing should be done. Not only did this movie generate over four hundred million dollars in profits in. Its earn right. It boosted sales of lego products by over three and a half billion dollars with a b. And the reason it did that was not because it created a glorified add food the product that they were trying to sell in fact it worked for the exact opposite reason they set out to create entertainment and whilst most of us don't have the luxury of working for a brand is well known as something like lego. The principle still remains the same. When we create our content we should focus on trying to entertain too often. We try to sell all. We try to inform now informing in its own. Right is not a bad thing if that information is really truly interesting and valuable to app potential consumers but if you entertain you will get attention now you may not get three point six billion dollars worth of intelligent fair enough but still win creating your content think about how you can create something entertaining too often in fact most of the time the stuff that we create it's not entertaining. It's kinda boring. Might be informative. Yeah but that's also still a little bit boring so focused on creating entertainment. That is the key to a successful content marketing strategy. I la liga

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Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

"Washington, A police officer involved shooting in Chicago's raced anger body camera footage showing the officer shooting and killing 13 year old Adam Toledo. CBS is, say Adriana Diaz with more God. Karen Zara, the president of the Chicago Police Union, said the officer was justified. We do not have to wait to be shot to respond. The officer had every reason to believe that that offender was turning and pointing the gun at him that night to Leda was with 21 year old Reuben Roman, who has been arrested now. Police say the gunshots they were originally responding to were fired by Roman Toledo's family attorney says Adam was a good kid. He was a little timid, His family said He loves to play with Legos, and he dreamed of one day becoming a police officer. Camera footage appears to show the officer administering CPR well, waiting for an ambulance to arrive, But the boy died at the scene. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the shooting You often in this country, law enforcement uses unnecessary force too often resulting in the death of black and brown Americans. There were protests in Chicago last night. Many downtown businesses boarding up

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"lago" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"lago" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"lago" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"lago" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Welcome to spring with hope your host. Shane and we have an incredible guest tonight. Her name is amber lago. She is an author a motivational speaker. Dancer she gives incredible insight to her story. And great things that you can do to motivate yourself and you do not want to miss this. Don't miss it for a second seriously. She talks about some amazing things some struggles that she really had and kind of how she got through those and and dealt with them And and she just gave you know some really great insight and definitions on some questions that we had asked her so without further.

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"lago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mar a Lago speed state section these are all real estate fabrication survive terms of art yes but they are in whatever way reflective of the fact that homes are often times in and around Mar a Lago around five to twenty million dollars right not cheaper this is not a cheap place to live and what's striking is that there's a tremendous amount of new construction there's a tremendous amount of recently renovated buildings and they are all for sale and they are not selling and so I talked to a variety of brokers this everyone had different solutions everyone had different diagnoses the one thing that everyone agreed on was that it had absolutely nothing to do with Donald Trump they all refer to as he as and when he is on the island known refers to trump by chance me it's eight like she is with a capital which until tomorrow are you went there yeah we see it in pictures we hear about it all the time present talk about it quite a bit what was about I would say that the five was extremely relaxed extremely friendly and extremely desolate everyone this is the high season right now yes and it's I sort of assumed that it would be kind of a bustling place especially in December of leading up to Christmas which is when a lot of people are down there and.

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"lago" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"lago" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Now I will Mar a Lago was circling the outer anchoring here even get near the buffet he was in the outer ring circling circling circling circling now they give him the job bingo or a war ready with Russia and Iran the four that's the first day I warned you oldest maniac was why trump was talked into hiring the walrus I'll never understand maybe we'll play I am the walrus by the Beatles and we'll get the answers why am I so angry about this appointment of altar wasn't mean to may not I was looking for the job please don't tell me that war should be the last resort in diplomacy not the first issue Marquez it upside down this draft doggie dodging chicken hawk has everything backwards he wants war before negotiation was Bolton who faked the WMD story gold poor dumb bush into the Iraq war how many men died in that how many Iraqis died in that is Iraq now a better place for Christians that it was under Saddam you don't know that side of the story do you you know that looking back Saddam actually protected the Christians you don't know any of this again it's a not a complete story to most of you all this war for nothing in Iraq nothing makes no sense we were leaving Syria don't you understand we were getting out trump said I won out who said they wanted him to stay in their war mongers warmongers who's a warmonger Bolton the walrus witty come from outer ring of Mar a Lago circling the buffet wasn't allowed to dine out of perimeter wanted the job bagging egging circling back I was asked what I thought of the walrus a while back I should keep the walrus away the walrus is a danger to the stability of America and the world that's all let's leave it at that I will say who a water when warmonger into the national security adviser position the walrus mustache job a man who gave us the Iraq war John Bolte Bolte in the bush era war hawk who I really are are we get it this a montage to show you that I I told trump not the Hiram now trunk came out the other day when the the book allegedly is gonna you know blow the whistle on something you said about Ukraine this and that and he said I I got rid of Bolton because he would've started World War six remember that he should listen to me honest to god they eventually he may he eventually he may I mean we have hot dogs on airforce one a few months ago when we talked about stuff he asks you know we always ask people when they're him it's interesting about Donald Trump I'm not giving anything away it is like a side effect of reality here he asks all the people who takes close them which are too many what they think about big world events and he he sorts himself he doesn't just rely upon experts he realized one experts were not solely exports he asks in the people he considers to be bright who will take and and trustworthy near him Alaska what do you think about North Korea or what do you think about Syria what do you think about this when you think about that this is how he makes a decision it's a very interesting way of coming to it which is why is upsetting the washing establishment because he doesn't go to a normal people in the chain of command like an ambassador or an expert on the subject they have knowledge they may know certain things but they may have become so locked into the dock see all of their position that they can't think outside the Doxie of their position trump does which is why he is hated by the establishment he's actually anti establishment canned president he's actually a anti establishment person now speaking of the impeachment tomorrow we're gonna find out an awful lot to get a vote on whether to have witnesses or not whether the walrus gets to talk or not I can't wait to be here can you be back in a minute right here in the.

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"lago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"lago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And miles is in Lago Vista and miles says I've worked with a couple of different financial advisors over the years and I like them both do I need to pick just one or the other or is it okay to work with a couple of different people there's nothing role working with two financial advisors we run the situation all the time when somebody comes in the hands of an adviser the guy for awhile that is in the chelation they're not really retirement experts or even retirement focused and so will take some of that portfolio and shifted over to something else more probably for the retirement and sometimes all of the other adviser continue to manage was left over and came later some double take it on ourselves but yeah there's there's nothing inherently bad about having to advisors but there's certainly a a pretty good advantage to having one person that you have to worry about you know more about the full somebody else right but you don't want us to advisors fighting over your portfolio exactly that's that's the but right I mean yes you can have to the work together perfectly well but typically what we see is if you're working with an adviser for a long period of time they they tend to get a hold of jealous they don't they will lose control of those assets and over your accounts you know all those things so to speak be sure that they they both each have your your best interest at heart and it's pretty easy to determine that once you get into the conversations about moving assets around and and those sorts of things so as long as they're able and willing to go to both give you appropriate advice and and you feel confidence and trusting then you know it's it sounds like it could work out perfectly well for you it's it's really about your gut feel at the end of the day and making sure you get what you need for out of the relationships so we we see it done both ways we work with other advisers and we've had people sort of the divorce their visor so to speak and and they come over and work with us it all just depends so you can make it work either way just make sure that the end of the day you have a plan that that you like the feel comfortable with and that makes you confident of retirement that's what it's all about there's a at and this is going to probably and embarrass myself here but okay I read the HD TV magazine get this this is good for you Walter and that's fantastic see I I figured you'd be alright with that with your with your card background their job and I don't even notice on this and they play the they play a game in there how bad is it and they just throw out different like you know home furnishing or projects scenarios and it's like all that's not that bad that's kind of bad or that's really bad don't do that so this one is like not that bad but it's also not okay so it's like there's some Cambias here miles to consider when you're working with multiple advisors because it may not be efficient to were the right exaggeration but it's not like it's the end of the world either right just assess the situation and again if you were confident in it comfortable with the the there's nothing technically wrong with that right it it just comes back to you're dealing with people so just understand that we're so far out on the fringe of our HD TV reference that just can't even make fun of us for it this is another thing I dislike.

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"lago" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"lago" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"It's gonna plus Lago brown rolling into thirty seven with a new entry to that chart that doubles as a dance lessons stay with us is back in a sec right now I just need you to get real loose so they're at now take me and put it on yours the next have a good due to but so you go I am the sole thank you take it take it down now bring it bring it up right here it was not so bad that would ban that wasn't so bad was it it was not so bad that was so bad was it it was not so bad that was so it was not so bad that wasn't so bad was going to do it it's AT forty powered by Taco Bell did you guys know that talk about there's a way to get bacon eggs cheese and an entire hash brown wrapped inside a grill tortilla I know it's like it's a secret or something try to breakfast contract only talk about and now back to the countdown these are the hottest eighteen forty just getting started on a run to the top and black to brown job in the city.

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