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"lago trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:59 min | 3 hrs ago

"lago trump" Discussed on WTOP

"A few glimpses of gold. Christian Pulisic now, and the game ended zero zero. We didn't have any goals scored against us, but we'll score next time. Yes. Was this better than you guys expected? Actually, yes. I was expecting England to kind of score more prolifically than they did. In China, some are blaming World Cup watch parties for the spike in COVID. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tokyo. Gigantic isolation centers are going up to warehouse contacts of COVID cases. Some of the Chinese pushback against zero COVID may be coming from Chinese viewers watching crowds at the World Cup unmasked and unafraid. A Utah man faces charges after being kicked off a JetBlue flight, Christina rafini has the story. Peace out departing words from the man who allegedly threatened fellow passengers with a straight edge razor on a flight from New York to Salt Lake. According to the complaint, the man Merrill Daryl fackrell seated at the window had several alcoholic beverages when he grabbed the woman in the middle and threatened her with a knife like object. She was able to break away, leaving fat girls standing in the aisle with the weapon, according to witnesses. Former president Donald Trump is apologizing after being criticized for who he had dinner with at Mar-a-Lago. Trump hosted Kanye West and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. Trump described the meal as quick and uneventful. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family, rocket can. It is one O three for your Saturday, November 25th, 2022, we're at 45° heading down to the 30s overnight. Good morning and thanks for being with us some Ralph Fox, top stories we're following at this hour. We're learning more about a motive behind the massacre to Walmart and Chesapeake Virginia late Tuesday night. As you've just heard there on CBS and as you first heard here on WTO Wednesday, evening, the gunman left behind what he called a death note. Now as WTO Sarah Jacobs reports, police have revealed quite a bit of new information. Detectives found the note in Andre Bing's phone, which was recovered at the scene. It's addressed to God and begins by apologizing for his failure to remain strong while being harassed and laughed at by coworkers. He writes about what he calls his social deficits, wishing that his parents would have paid closer attention to them. He also said his true intent was never to murder anyone. Chesapeake police have also confirmed being used a 9 millimeter handgun legally purchased on the morning of the shooting, and they've identified the 6th victim, a juvenile, a 16 year old Fernando Chavez baron of Chesapeake. Sarah Jacobs WTO news. A search underway for several suspects after a gun shop in Rockville was robbed early Friday. WTO Scott gellman following the latest developments. Around 1 a.m. here at the Atlantic gun store in Rockville, Montgomery county police say a stolen black sedan struck the store's entrance and then 5 or 6 suspects ran into the store and fled with multiple guns. Police say they don't know the type of weapon stolen are exactly how many were taken and are actively looking for the suspects. Atlantic guns is open for business again and declined to comment on the incident. The shop has several wooded panels covering its damaged front windows. There was a previous robbery attempt here earlier this month, but police say nobody was able to enter the building during that attempt. Employees at nearby golden bakery say Montgomery county police stopped in to review their surveillance footage with the hope of identifying the suspects. In Rockville, Scott gelman, WTO P news. It's one O 5 since the pandemic holiday shoppers for the most part have avoided in person purchases, but this year, many are taking advantage of in person deals, WTO studs and Miller. Was it a crowded Tyson's corner center? One mall staff member was just telling me they've been seeing more people coming off the metro and they thought that that might be happening because of the silver line extension. They

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"lago trump" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | Last week

"lago trump" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Station. WGN radio news is on the air, good morning. I'm James Sears at 3 o'clock. Reactions mixed to president Trump jumping into the race for president in 2024. WGN traffic, looking at the expressways and hallways, no major accidents or delays out there at this time. Two Russian made missiles landed in a Polish city near the border of Ukraine, killing two people, hours later, President Biden said it's unlikely in the lines of the trajectory that the missile was fired from Russia. President of the Polish American Congress, Illinois division, Michael ski in Chicago last night, so it's Poland plays an essential role in Russia's war in Ukraine. Primary conduit for all the essential goods that are needed to conduct the war and also maintain the average person, let's say, alliance healthy and basically fed. U.S. officials say preliminary assessments suggest the missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian missile amid the crushing strike against Ukraine's electrical infrastructure Tuesday. Former president Trump is making another run at The White House in 2024. America's comeback starts right now. Speaking last night from Mar-a-Lago, Trump claimed America was thriving under his leadership and he built the greatest economy in the history of the world. He claims now the U.S. is in decline under President Biden. Biden responded last night that Trump failed America. Not all Republicans are thrilled with Trump's presidential announcement. The former president got endorsements from several GOP representatives, Arkansas Republican governor asa Hutchinson, however, said Trump's message didn't work in 2022 and won't in 24. Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan called it a gift to Democrats. It's still not clear what caused part of a window to fall off a building in streeterville yesterday morning. The glass came crashing down onto the sidewalk of the corner of Illinois and saint Clair around 9 a.m., one person was hurt and treated at the scene for some cuts. The Chicago department of police held a role call it the Clark and Lake CTA stop to let writers know they have stepped up patrols as we head into the holiday season, but even with the added security, commander of public transportation Joe bird says, writers need to keep their belongings secure. Many times

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"lago trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:30 min | 2 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

". We have once again made contact with our leader Mike. Love then. And all American Mark Levin here are number 8 7 7 three 8 one. We're gonna give me one. Anyway, Don Junior will be on the program with about ten minutes. Mister producer, we heard from letitia James. Remember, didn't we seek her out to debate me? Nothing? How about Gavin Newsom? So we've reached out to both and neither of them have replied, correct? I wonder why, just radio a host or as they say just a right wing entertainer. They should be able to defeat muni debate in a second. Why won't they? More than happy to debate them, Josh hawley, today. I should say yesterday. You see, what the left does, but the marxists do, within the Democrat party, is they populate every aspect of the federal government. What do I mean by that? Why do you think Donald Trump is having to deal with the national archives through the criminal law process because the national archives triggered it? It was run by an Obama flunky. It never would have triggered it against Obama. And yet, as pointed out on August 17th, 2022 by the daily signal, which is part of the heritage foundation, and I want to salute the heritage foundation. It's really very activist now. It fires back. It doesn't just sit there and take it. When president Barack mailhouse bonito Obama left office in January 2017. Some 30 million pages of documents from his administration were moved to a warehouse near Chicago. That previously was the site of a furniture store. And so what happened, the former archivist comes out and says, they were under our control, there was no issue, but there was an issue. The Obama foundation announced a plan to digitize all the records ahead of the building the half a $1 billion Obama presidential center. The major difference between the Obama center and previous presidential libraries. Is that it would be run by the Obama foundation. A nonprofit established by the former president former First Lady Michelle Obama. Going back to Herbert Hoover, the national archives and records administration has maintained presidential libraries and records. But not the obamas. If The New York Times reported the absence of a true Obama presidential library, we'll have the effect of discouraging serious and potentially critical research into the Obama presidency, said David garrow. A Pulitzer Prize winning historian in Obama biographer, he told The New York Times. Timothy naftali, a former director of the Richard Nixon presidential library museum. Said the Obama move opens the door to a truly terrible Trump library. The day after the FBI's raid on his Florida state, Mar-a-Lago, Trump publicly brought up the documents ha by Obama. He said Obama kept 33 million pages of documents much of them classified how many of them pertained to nuclear word is lots. And this prompted the national archives to issue a statement on August 12th. The national archives and records administration assumed exclusive legal and physical custody of the Obama presidential records when Obama left office in 2017 in accordance with the presidential records act. Nara moved approximately 30 million pages of unclassified records to a Nara facility in the Chicago area. Where they are maintained exclusively by naira additionally, Nara maintains the classified Obama presidential records in a narrow facility in the Washington D.C. area. Is required by the presidential records act, former Obama's no control over where and how now restores the presidential records of his administration. But that's not exactly true, is it? No, that's not exactly true at all. Obama did not follow the procedure of past presidents. That's why The New York Times was concerned at the time. And so that's not true. They may control them now. They may control them now. But the Obama foundation had control over the documents. And that's a nonprofit that was set up by the Obama. And there are placed in a warehouse near where the Obama library was to be built. So that's not exactly true is it. And yet, the media ran with that story once the archives put it out. So what does this have to do with Josh hawley? Well, Josh hawley questions Colleen shogun, whose Colleen shogun. Biden's nominee to lead the national archives and records administration. And she has been nominated to run it, and who is she? Well, let's listen. Cut 7 go. You wrote an article, same basically the Republican voters are stupid that Republican presidents deliberately appeal to anti intellectualism. You category, you roll it all up in this thing called Republican populism, yet you're trying to present yourself here as a nonpartisan. In fact, you're an extreme partisan. And your record shows that. You're someone who has denigrated Republican presidents every two term Republican president, I think, hold on not leaving anybody out. Since the Second World War and their voters in this lengthy article, I mean, I just don't understand if you wrote it, why won't you stand behind it? Thank you, senator. I will stand by my long experience over 15 years of nonpartisan service. You know, this is not just a theoretical set of questions because as you know, we have seen what happens when you have political activists in the position that you are up for confirmation for. And we are living through that as a nation right now. We are living through the weaponization, the political weaponization of the national archives, the political weaponization of the Department of Justice, the political weaponization of the FBI, such that half of the people of this country can not trust those institutions. We're living with a president who calls half the voters of this country, semi fascists, who have said that they are a threat to democracy. This is an elected American president who makes these outrageous outrageous statements, so in that environment, frankly, to have you up for confirmation for this position, which has become very politically charged in a way I lament. It should not have been, but unfortunately, the past archivists have done what they've done. The FBI has done what it has done DoJ has done what they have done, and here you are talking about the anti intellectualism and frankly stupidity of American voters. I mean, if that isn't playing to tie if I don't know what that world is, I mean, it's basically a self parody. How can you assure me or anybody watching this hearing? The millions of Americans, 75 million Americans who voted for Republican in the last election. How can you assure them that you will be truly non partisan, given what you have said? Over a period of years. Thank you, senator. I stand by my record of nonpartisan service at the congressional research service, the Library of Congress, and at The White House historical association, and I invite anybody to talk to the people that I have worked with for years in my nonpartisan government service. Yes, but we're talking to you, Josh hawley is. Increasingly impressive. I don't always agree with him, that's for sure. Especially on foreign policy, but he really does lock down here now this down. And we all know why that position of the archivist is so crucial. Because it was an Obama political hack archivist. Working with political hacks at the FBI and the Department of Justice. Who sat up Donald Trump. In a way that no president or no official for that matter has been set up before, including Hillary Clinton. That's the truth. In any Republican who votes to confirm her should be thrown out. Enough of this. We should oppose everyone. Biden only nominates people who are as radical and extremist they come. And who will serve not the country but serve his regime and its power lust. I'll be right back. On 77 W ABC. Coming up tonight at midnight on the Dominic Carter show, with city shelters completely overwhelmed, migrants arriving from the southern border will be heading to

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Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:01 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

"Started? What are we running for? Let's do this. Yes, when I say I can't run for office because I can't fundraise. I'm not looking to get a rise out of people who are like, will help you. You know, I created a 501c3 nonprofit national homicide families went through the IRS process that was not fun, but we got our approval. And then I went on exactly one fundraising call and it made me want to hurl and I realized I can't ask people for money even for really worthy causes. I was a public servant step for more than 30 years and I never had to ask one person for $1 in order for me to be a public servant. I can't start now by saying I want to run for office and be a public servant. So money, money, money, money, money, not in my DNA, unfortunately. Yeah. Well, that doesn't mean you still can't be appointed. What am I looking for? Oh, attorney general. Yeah. Okay, I'm just saying, that's not running. Okay, you were the, one of the many of us who you tweeted. So Donnie soprano and the boys got together at the bottom being golf club to sort through some problems. I mean, between this Sopranos scene on the golf course with no golfing going on. And this latest threat, he just said, what did he say? I think there's going to be a big trouble if I'm indicted. I mean, how much more explicit a threat of inciting violence could there be? Yeah, it'll be big trouble and boy will it be good trouble. And it's precisely the kind of trouble this country needs. We can not decline to charge somebody for their crime stuff for fear of how that person's associates or supporters will react. If that impacts our decision, who to indict, then the rule of law is truly dead. Let him threaten violence. Let Lindsey Graham threaten that there will be protests and there will be riots fine. Bring it on because some things are worth fighting for like the rule of law and the future of our democracy. Yep, absolutely. Finally, you tweeted our team justice members have been sending me pictures they took while attending Saturday night's event in D.C.. It was such a pleasure and a privilege to get to share the stage with Stephanie Miller and representative Raskin to share the legal issues of the day in our fight for justice. You just posted a clip of you and Jamie Raskin and we were, what I didn't get a chance to watch it yet, 'cause there was so much good stuff that happened. What was that particular exchange? Do you remember? Yeah, so that clip you and I and representative Raskin were talking about basically the deep injustice that's at play in America right now where the people that Donald Trump lied to and used that lie to urge them to attack the capitol. Those people are going to prison because they obey Donald Trump's commands and they fell for his lies. Donald Trump, the person who is most criminally responsible for the capital attack has a teen time later today. That's a deep injustice that needs to be remedied right now because we add on top of that stuff. The classified documents crimes at Mar-a-Lago, Trump had top secret materials national defense information, which is why this is an espionage act crime being investigated. And information about the nuclear capabilities and defenses of foreign countries and he has not been arrested by the Department of Justice for committing all of those most dangerous crimes that undermines the confidence in our federal government and in our rule of law. These things must be made right by the Department of Justice, not rocket science, just good government. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I feel like what happens is we get overwhelmed. I think you and Jamie were talking about that Saturday night that, you know, in all of this new espionage stuff, you're like, Jamie's over there going, wait a minute. What about our crimes? What about the overthrow of the government in January 6th? I mean, and speaking of which, I mean, there are going to be starting again, obviously the J 6 committee wanted to ask you finally, what did you think of a lot of people speculating on what Zoe lofgren meant and also many Thompson, do you feel like they're saying they have recovered the missing Secret Service tax? Yeah, and I don't think they were ever missing in the first place. Let's just say they were, they were perhaps misplaced or mistaken about them all being permanently deleted or purged. So they clearly have lots and lots of text messages now. So the next logical question beyond what do they tell us about what the Secret Service and Mike Pence and Donald Trump and Mark Meadows were doing on January 5th and 6th and 7th. But why did the machinery of the Secret Service and DHS at least the former leadership of DHS try to lie about it and keep them from being viewed by Congress and inferentially the Department of Justice? That is the next investigative lead. They're going to have to follow. All right, you heard him. Starve stage screen. And LA sexy liberal. Go to sex in the world dot com. Thank you, honey. See you next week. Thanks, Seth. Obviously. I love you

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"lago trump" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on KOMO

"Law enforcement initiatives today in Pennsylvania, Biden called for tougher federal gun laws and more money for good policing. Police and jaffe gets more on the president's plan for ABC's Jay O'Brien. President Biden's rolling out his new safer America program today is mass shootings and crime rates are on the rise and he says he created the plan with kids and parents in mind. And they just want to feel safe again. They want to feel a sense of security. And that's what my crime plan is all about. Jay, tell us about the specifics of this plan. Well, first, it's worth pointing out the overall theme of the plan that you've heard the president say before, but he said it again in today's speech in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania is fund the police do not defund the police. We've heard that line repeatedly from White House officials. And from the president, he said it again today. When it comes to public safety to this nation, the answer is not defund the police. It's fun to the police. Now the finer points of this plan are that it will fund an extra a 100,000 officers nationwide. It will fund crime prevention programs. Obviously, a lot of that has to still go through Congress, but another part of today's remarks from the president was a call, a renewed call for another assault weapons ban. Obviously, President Biden was instrumental in the first assault weapons ban, but he made passionate calls today for it to be renewed. In fact, at one point in the speech, his voice gets loud, he starts shouting out at anyone in particular, but at the damage that rounds from an assault weapon can do, particularly on the body of a child, as we saw in places like uvalde, the president getting very passionate about that again, calling for an assault weapons ban, but whether or not he has the political capital and support to get something like that done, that is still an open question. I'm determined to ban assault weapons in this country. Determine. I did it once before. And I'll do it again. What are the odds? Well, on an assault weapons ban, it looks unlikely in the current makeup of Washington, D.C., particularly as it relates to the midterms, right? If Democrats lose one or both houses of Congress in the upcoming midterms, the chances get even slimmer, but there is another clock that's put on the safer America plan. This is the funding, the police plan that we were just talking about. The president has to get that potentially across the goal line when the near future, if Democrats do genuinely lose the house, perhaps, coming up in November. Now, is there enough progressive Democrats support in the house to get that plan through? That is another open question, whether or not the president can get the party together to push this across the goal line as it pretty signature agenda item for American families going into those midterms. Was some of that an attack on Republicans who were calling to defund the FBI after the raid on Mar-a-Lago, Trump's estate? Exactly right. And that was another large portion of the speech towards the end. He talked about January 6th first. And he drew a line the president did attempting to say that Republicans who didn't condemn the actions on January 6th. The president saying that you can't support police and also let actions against law enforcement like the kind that we saw on January 6th stand. He got very passionate about that part as well and got a couple of applause lines within that portion of the speech. And then he segued, as you mentioned, to attacks on the FBI in the wake of the raid on Mar-a-Lago, the phrase defund the FBI was first seen from representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, but it was adopted in some conservative circles and the president calling attacks on the FBI, obviously. Unfounded. And we've seen a pretty steady increase in drum beat again of attacks against federal agencies in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago search. So President Biden, again, trying to draw a line of distinction between what he says Democrat support and what he says extreme as The White House puts it extreme magga Republican support. That's ABC's J O'Brien with Alisa jaffe. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks ended broadly in sharply lower the major index is all dropping about 1%. The down industrials lost 308 points today and the S&P 500 eased 44. HP is out with quarterly results that appear to be shy of expectations for both earnings and revenue, the computing giants net sales totaled $14.7 billion. Shares of HPR losing ground in after hours trading. For the first time since late 2019, average home prices in Seattle have declined from the prior month. The S&P case schiller home price index shows that from May to June, Seattle area prices dipped almost 2% to about $406,000. That is still about 19% higher than a year earlier, but that is

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"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trump is calling on the FBI to return documents protected by attorney client and executive privileges reportedly taken from Mar-a-Lago. Trump took to truth social Sunday to respectfully request that the documents be returned to the residents immediately. Fox News reported Saturday that agents took 5 boxes from Mar-a-Lago that supposedly contained such documents, however, an unsealed search warrant revealed that agents on the scene were allowed to seize anything connected to the transmission of national defense information or classified material. The FBI had no comment in response to Trump's request. Representative Adam Schiff says he's seen no evidence that former president Trump declassified the documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago residence. The idea that 18 months after the fact Trump could simply announce well, retroactively declassifying or whatever I took home had the effect of declassifying them is absurd. Appearing on CBS's face the nation the California Democrat said that it should be determined if there was effort to go through the process of declassification during Trump's presidency, according to a list of items seized in the search that was made public Friday, many of the documents were classified as secret, confidential or sensitive, Schiff also noted that the statutes the former president was being investigated for violating didn't require the documents to be classified, but simply damaging to national security. In the wake of the raid Schiff and fellow representative Carolyn maloney have requested a briefing and damage assessment from the director of national intelligence that he is confident will be granted. Author Salman Rushdie is said to be on the road to recovery after being taken off a ventilator, the author was stabbed multiple times, including once in the neck, while speaking at an event in upstate New York. He's still in the hospital with serious injuries, but his agent said today the 75 year old novelist is headed in the right direction. Rushdie's attacker Haiti matar is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday. R. Kelly is facing another trial come Monday this time in Chicago, the singer who has already

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"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a former president Trump reportedly certified that all classified documents held at Mar-a-Lago have been returned before last week's FBI search turned up more at his Florida home. According to The New York Times, the declaration was signed after the Justice Department's top counterintelligence official visited Trump's Florida residents on June 3rd. On Monday, FBI agents seized about 20 boxes of documents that included 11 sets of classified information during a rate of Mar-a-Lago. Trump claims the documents had been declassified. Author Salman Rushdie is no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak the author was stabbed multiple times, including once in the neck while speaking at an event in upstate New York, his attacker Haiti matar pled not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday and is being held without bail. An unidentified man is dead after he reportedly set his car on fire and drove into a U.S. capitol barricade late Saturday night, witnesses say the man jumped out of the vehicle and began randomly firing a weapon before turning the gun on himself. U.S. capitol police have yet to confirm details in the motive remains unclear. That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, as we've been reporting an unidentified man is dead after he reportedly said his car on fire and drove into a U.S. capitol barricade late last night. Witnesses say the man jumped out of vehicle and began randomly firing a weapon before turning the gun on himself. U.S. capitol police have yet to confirm details of the incident. No other injuries were reported in the motive remains unclear. As we've been reporting Salman Rushdie is on the road to recovery, that, according to his agent Andrew Wiley. The announcement followed news that rushdie was removed from a ventilator yesterday and was able to talk and joke. Two days ago, the 75 year old author of the satanic verses suffered serious injuries and a stabbing at a lecture in upstate New York. Wiley continued to caution that although Russia's condition is headed in the right direction, his recovery would be a long process. Henry Reese was on stage with rushdie and was injured in the attack. No way in my lifetime has had more influence than someone rushed in advancing freedom of expression both in the literature that he writes has created work and as an advocate in a public intellectual. How do you moderate a 24 year old New Jersey man pleaded not guilty yesterday to attempted murder and assault charges in the attack at the chautauqua institution. Broadcast music, which represents the rights of thousands of songwriters, including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, and Rihanna, is no longer on the market, more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. The company put out a statement saying a sale quote is no longer an avenue we are considering BMI hired Goldman Sachs earlier this year to explore strategic options, including a sale with revenue of more than $1.4 billion in 2021, executives thought it could sell for at least one and a half $1 billion. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet, global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry Ritz, you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio, my extra special guest this week is Ken tropen, he's chairman and founder of GCM, an $18 billion hedge fund that runs a variety of macro and quantitative strategies. The firm was founded in 1994 and has a 170 employees, I want to start talking about the current environment with a quote of yours that I really like. You said I can't recall a more interesting time to be a macro investor since the financial crisis. Tell us a little bit about that. I haven't heard a lot of people describe this year 2022 that way. Yeah, well, you know, because of our macro oriented fund, what we're really concerned with is what's happening with interest rates, what's happening with foreign exchange, what's happening with commodity prices, and what's happening with the equity prices. And all of those four sectors have been moving a lot, and so that's a really fertile constructive environment for us to try and generate returns. Meaning if they're moving you'll finding opportunities. Exactly. For us, it's nowhere near as productive and environment asset classes are really quiet. If you think about interest rates as an example, think about that Germany didn't raise rates for ten years until recently, right? So just practically speaking, there's going to be less to do if you're trading German interest rates and the central banks not moving them for ten years. Now, rates are moving and they're moving a lot. If you think about the U.S., the Central Bank started giving us something they never used to do, which was 400 guidance. Saying, not only are we not changing rates today, but we're telling you, we're not going to change rates for the foreseeable future. I'm so glad you said that because I remember in the 1990s, CNBC used to have the green span briefcase indicator. How thick or thin the briefcase he carried into the FOMC meeting was their hint as to what was going to go on with rates. That's a different world. Now they literally say, this is what we're doing. There's no misunderstanding they are not just telegraphing explicitly telling us what they're going to do. How does that affect your ability to find opportunities? Well, so here's the thing. If they're telling us they're going to do nothing. That's not so helpful. If they're telling us that they're going to be moving interest rates a lot, and they're not just going to do this at one meeting, but over some series of meetings, and for the next year or something, then there's a lot to work with in terms of the markets. They're going to move a lot. They're going to overreact. They're going to give us trading opportunities, both on the long and short side. And so when I say the markets are more interested and they've been for a really long time, it's for a variety of reasons. Markets are moving. We've got some banks all over the world starting to move. We've got equity prices moving a lot. There's a big realization of PEs to lower levels, right? As earnings start to decline in a road. You've got commodity prices that went through the roof in the first third of this year because of supply chain issues, the Ukraine war. And so on. And then you've got the dollar making one of the biggest moves that I've seen in a long time, like 20 years. We've had a move in dollar again 25%. We haven't seen that in a long time. So that makes a Euro parody. Exactly. So you've had great moves and a lot of markets. And what I'm excited about is I don't see that changing into a quiet moment anytime soon. So 2021 for equity investors, hey, plus 28% seem like a great year

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"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a former president Trump reportedly certified that all classified documents held at Mar-a-Lago have been returned before last week's FBI search turned up more at his Florida home. According to The New York Times, the declaration was signed after the Justice Department's top counterintelligence official visited Trump's Florida residents on June 3rd. On Monday, FBI agencies about 20 boxes of documents that included 11 sets of classified information during a rate of Mar-a-Lago. Trump claims the documents had been declassified. Author Salman Rushdie is no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak. The author was stabbed multiple times, including once in the neck while speaking at an event in upstate New York. He's still in the hospital with serious injuries to his eye, arm and liver, but his aging confirmed he's now able to talk and joke with those around him. His attacker Haiti matar pled not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday, and is being held without bail. An unidentified man is dead after he reportedly set his car on fire and drove into a U.S. capitol barricade late Saturday night, witnesses say the man jumped out of the vehicle and began randomly firing a weapon before turning the gun on himself. U.S. capitol police have yet to confirm details of the incident, no other injuries were reported in the motive remains unclear. Congress is on recess after approving the inflation reduction act last week. The death toll is rising after fire broke out in an Egyptian Coptic church during a Sunday service, officials in Cairo say more than 40 people were killed in more than a dozen others injured by smoke and flames. Egypt's interior ministry says the fire was caused by an electrical failure in the church's air conditioning unit, local media say many of the victims are feared to be children because there is a nursery inside the church. The president of Egypt called it a tragic accident and directed all state agencies to assist and provide care for the victims. Drivers filling up for Monday's commute will see prices at the gas pump dropping again today, triple-A reports the national average price for a gallon of regular is down a penny to three 95, the drop continues a steady decline that has seen the average fall 65 cents from a month ago. I'm Dini kodiak. An overnight reign of terror forced a lockdown in Tijuana and now the U.S. government warning against travel across the border fill farrar has the latest. Police say 19 cars burned and T one overnight barricades set up the State Department warning Americans not to cross the border and the U.S. consulate in Tijuana advising U.S. citizens to shelter in place. Authorities say this is the work of a cartel who had a beak with another ring. One of those cartels urging innocent people to stay inside their homes this weekend, after threatening mass violence against anyone walking in the streets. A U.S. Navy destroyer sunk by enemy fire during World War I may have finally been found off the coast of England, the U.S. naval history and heritage command said a group of divers from the UK found what it believed to be the wreckage of the USS Jacob Jones. The ship sank in December of 1917 after being hit by a torpedo from a German submarine. It's believed only 46 crew members out of the 110 on board survived the attack due to the sailors having just 8 minutes before the destroyer completely sank. The divers said they didn't remove anything from the wreckage site after finding it and will now work with the U.S. embassy on the next steps. One person is dead and another is hospitalized after an apparent argument over a parking space prompted gunfire hours before dawn yesterday at a northwest Atlanta restaurant, local police say officers were called to the Odyssey restaurant and lounge on west Marietta street shortly before three 30 in the morning. They reportedly arrived to find the deceased body of a man in the restaurant's parking lot and another man who had been slightly wounded by gunfire, a person was apprehended a few miles away with a bullet wound to the leg, officials later determined that he had called police about the shooting which remains under investigation. God, he's the smallest type of voice in his son. There's a car. Bullet train is staying on top of the box office, the Brad Pitt led action releases

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"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio. More members of the U.S. Congress are in Taiwan today, a group led by democratic senator Ed Markey's expected to meet with senior Taiwan leaders, the group expected to talk about regional security, climate change, and other issues to visit comes less than two weeks after House speaker Nancy Pelosi's controversial visit to the island nation, Pelosi's trip angered China, which considers Taiwan its own. A report in The New York Times says that a lawyer for former president Trump previously had signed a statement saying all classified documents held at Mar-a-Lago had been returned. The paper says the declaration was signed after the Justice Department's top counterintelligence official visited Trump's home in Florida June 3rd. The official and others with the department met with Trump and a pair of his lawyers and were shown boxes of documents taken from The White House being kept in a storage room. Sources tell the times a subpoena was also issued for Mar-a-Lago surveillance footage showing boxes being moved in and out of that storage room after Justice Department officials had contacted Trump's team. The FBI seized about 20 boxes of documents last week, including 11 sets of classified documents found inside Mar-a-Lago, Trump says all documents had been declassified. In The Bronx a boy's been arrested in connection to the murder of his friend while they were apparently playing with a gun. Paul de Castro's in New York. Cops say 14 year old Patrick Mahoney has been charged with murder, manslaughter, and weapons possession in the fatal shooting of 14 year old Jacob bourbon. Police believe the boys may have been playing with a handgun in the lobby of Mahoney's apartment building in fordham manor when the gun went off, Mahoney was a rain Saturday and held with a hearing scheduled for tomorrow. A bizarre plane crash in Illinois yesterday left two people dead, a small single engine plane started to have difficulties yesterday afternoon about 200 miles south of Chicago. The plane hit several buildings on the way down and eventually crashed directly in front of a busy restaurant in central Illinois. I'm Scott Carr. The CDC is relaxing its COVID guidelines, including in schools. The agency now recommends students remain in class of exposed to the virus rather than having to learn remotely. It still recommends students staff and teachers wear a mask for ten days and be tested on day 5 after being exposed. Quarantining after COVID exposure is no longer the rule except for high risk settings like nursing homes, jails, and homeless shelters. Author salmon rushed to use no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak following a knife attack Friday. Jim Forbes has an update. The author was stabbed multiple times, including once in the neck, while speaking at an event in upstate New York. He's still in the hospital with serious injuries to his eye, arm and liver, but his agent confirmed he's now able to talk and joke with those around him. His attacker, hottie mater, pled not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday and is being held without bail. I'm Jim Forbes. The LA county sheriff's deputy who took dozens of photos of Kobe Bryant's remain says he doesn't regret it. Kobe's widow Vanessa Bryant filed a lawsuit against the county after officials allegedly shared photos of the remains of the Lakers legend and their 13 year old daughter, following the 2020 helicopter crash in Calabasas that also killed 7 others. Deputy Doug Johnson admitted that he took 25 photos of Kobe and Gianna's remains at the request of deputy Raoul versalis, however, Bryant's lawyer played a recording of Versailles, saying no one requested any pictures

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"lago trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on WTOP

"And the top stories we're following for you tonight. We are learning more tonight about what the FBI was after when agents raided the Florida home of former president Donald Trump. People familiar with the investigation tell The Washington Post that classified documents related to nuclear weapons is what agents were looking for during the search warrant on the Mar-a-Lago estate. Washington Post deputy national editor Phil Rucker tells us just what might those documents be doing at Mar-a-Lago. Trump, when he was president and in office, was rather loose with classified material. There were instances in which he shared classified information from his presidential daily brief with leaders of foreign governments, he spoke publicly about classified information at moments at press conferences and the like he had a very sort of loose arrangement with that sort of information. So it's not that surprising to me that information pertaining to nuclear weapons could have been among those documents that he had at Mar-a-Lago. One former Justice Department official who in the past oversaw investigations of leaks of classified information tells The Washington Post the type of top secret information described by the people familiar with the probe would probably cause authorities to try to move as quickly as possible to recover sensitive documents that could cause grave harm to U.S. security. Meantime, the Justice Department is now asking a federal court to unseal the Mar-a-Lago search warrant and tell the public what was taken. Attorney general Merrick Garland says the public interest weighs in favor of releasing the sealed search warrant and the list of the items the FBI seized, and Garland revealed this. I personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant in this matter. But experts believe it's unlikely the court will release the FBI affidavit, which would lay out why the search warrant was sought. CBS News and other organizations have asked the court to release all warrant related documents, including that affidavit. Stephen portnoy CBS News Washington. So how important is this to the FBI and employees at DoJ? WTO national security correspondent JJ green explains. They've been in a tough spot for years now. They have been under pressure because there are those out there that think that the men and women of the FBI are engaged in some type of political politically motivated activity for one reason or another for one side or the other. And this unprecedented action where a search warrant and an actual search was conducted on the home of a former president, basically is like pouring gasoline onto that fire. And so what he felt he needed to do today was to come out and say, hey, these people didn't do this on their own of their own volition. They were directed to do it. I directed them to do it. I signed off on this. And I am proud of the work they did. I'm proud of what they do every day. And it's particularly important for them right now because of the times because people have no or very little compunction, at least a lot of people about picking up a weapon are getting violent if they believe their political or their civil rights or any right has been essentially violated and they feel like they'll go after somebody or something or some institution. The first they can find. So he felt as though it was important to stand up for them today. National security correspondent JJ green, an hours long standoff between law enforcement and a man in Ohio ended after the band exchanged gunfire with police, Ohio, Ohio highway patrol that is, says the man was killed. He's accused of trying to break into the FBI office in Cincinnati earlier today. The New York Times reports tonight, the man is 42 year old Ricky schiffer, authorities are now looking into whether he had ties to extremist groups, including one of the groups that took part in the January 6th capitol riot, coming up new recommendations for COVID in ways we can protect ourselves 1136. Life

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"lago trump" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm wanna summers in Washington. And I'm Elsa Cheng in Culver City, California. Attorney general Merrick Garland has broken his silence about the unprecedented search of former president Trump's property in Florida this week. In careful public remarks, Garland said he personally signed off on the search warrant and he has asked a court to unseal the warrant so the public can see it. Faithful adherence to the rule of law is the bedrock principle of the Justice Department and of our democracy. NPR justice correspondent, Carrie Johnson has been listening in and she is here with us now to talk more about it. Hi, Carrie. Hi, Elsa. Okay, so I know that Garland generally likes to speak through the work of the Justice Department, but today he made a choice right to make a personal direct public statement in this case. Why do you think that is? Well, there's been a lot of speculation about exactly why the FBI searched former president Donald Trump's residence at Mar-a-Lago. Trump and Republican leaders in Congress have been demanding answers about the search and blasting the Justice Department without providing any evidence, so Garland this afternoon asked the court in Florida mountains seal the search warrant and the property receipt that's a kind of inventory the FBI gave Trump's lawyer. Garlic pointed out that a search warrant was a big step for the DoJ, perhaps referring to what our sources have described as a runaround from Trump and turning over the materials that should have gone to the national archives. Here's Garland. The department does not take such a decision lightly. Where possible it is standard practice to seek less intrusive means as an alternative to a search and to narrowly scope any search that is undertaken. And of course, also, Trump could have made this information public on his own, but he didn't want to, he preferred to issue a statement accusing the administration of weaponizing the Justice Department against him again with no evidence. Right. Okay, and as we mentioned, Garland said he personally signed off on the warrant and so did a judge. So I'm curious how soon do you think the documents might be released, Carrie? Well, the court filing by the DoJ this afternoon cites intense public interest in the case and the fact that the former president is the one who confirmed the search in the first place, but it's giving Trump a chance to object to the release of these documents. There's no word from Trump yet, so it's not clear how quickly the court will act on this. I'll add that several media organizations have gone to court to unseal these materials too, and we don't know exactly what the FBI was looking for, only that it relates to what the national archives has called the discovery of some Kylie classified documents Trump took tomorrow Lago. Archives got 15 boxes back, but the FBI on Monday took a bunch more boxes. Okay, and I remember like when Garland became attorney general, he was accused by Democrats for not moving quickly enough to investigate Trump's inner circle after the capitol riot. And now, I mean, he's getting criticism from Republicans who want to defend Trump. So do you have any insight as to how Garland might be thinking about all these different pressures on him? Yeah, this attorney general wants to play it right down the middle of the lane. He says all the time that he wants to follow the facts and the law, not to undermine any investigations, but also not to smear anyone who's not charged with a crime. Here is more of what Garland said today about that. Upholding the rule of law means applying the law evenly without fear or favor. Under my watch, that is precisely what the Justice Department is doing. All Americans are entitled to the even handed application of the law to due process of the law and to the presumption of innocence. Well, I want to talk about public perception of the Justice Department because this week Chris ray, the FBI director raised concerns about an increase in threats against FBI agents. And there was even an incident in Ohio today at an FBI office there. What did Garland have to say about all these threats? The attorney general didn't directly reference the incident in Cincinnati, but he spoke forcefully on behalf of the FBI in his prosecutors this afternoon. 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. Every day they protect the American people. In the attorney general says he's honored to work alongside those people, as this process involving Trump and the search at Mar-a-Lago plays out over time. That is NPR justice correspondent, Carrie Johnson. Thank you so much, Carrie. Happy to be here. Racial justice advocates in Charlottesville, Virginia, are reclaiming one of the symbols that sparked a deadly and violent white national rally 5 years ago this week. The city has approved a plan to melt down a statue of confederate general Robert E. Lee, and create a more inclusive public art installation. NPR's Debbie Eliot reports, it is one of several anti hate initiatives in response to the white supremacist violence there in 2017

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"lago trump" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on WCPT 820

"It's very clear that Republicans have recognized that they can no longer win elections with votes. And so they're leaning in hard to try and win elections with violence. And there are fomenting that violence right now with the threats they're making against the attorney general with the online chatter that you continue to see with the failure to even condemn it on their side. And I see it in my own social media channels where the threats have escalated since Donald Trump's residence was searched. Yeah, Eric swalwell represented a very small alpha liberal. He posted listen to this death threat against my children since the FBI surge of Mar-a-Lago, Trump McCarthy and the maga Republicans are stoking violent rhetoric against lawmakers and law enforcement. Someone is going to get killed. And as usual, just laden with M efforts and expletives and literally threats to be had his wife and children. It's good for him for just like for posting it, putting it out there. I hope the FBI is all over that one. Despicable, despicable, one more, Eric swalwell yesterday. This crowd for years said lock her up with respect to Hillary Clinton for what they thought were the mishandling of classified information. They wanted her to go to prison. All that happened here if we're talking about classified information is it looked like it was just taken out of his residence. Who knows what's going to happen in the future. But if that's the worst thing that happens to Donald Trump, it seems like they're getting all worked up for a lot of things. Yeah. Okay, hey, there's one man that can fix it all. What? Hey. Carl. Pearl fish. Let's talk to our fancy fairfax county school board friendship. Carl fried dot com. Oh, hi, Carl frisch. What a week. What a week. Yeah. I mean, and it's Thursday. So what else is going to happen? You know, I feel like you, what we are, I just, I can't explain the anticipation for you opening sexy liberal D.C. as you always do. In the orange jumpsuit and the Trump wig, but I'm thinking like he may also be in that outfit by then, which would be fantastic. We may not need it. You might be able to just pull up a photo. Right. Yeah, I just I was surprised, but not surprised. I guess that's been my experience with the Trump administration the entire time. Being surprised but not surprised at the end of the day. What's been telling, though, is how nuts the reaction has been on the right. You know, everything from death threats against our attorney general, to preemptively claiming that evidence has been placed at his home, which, by the way, is so frigging telling. Yeah. You know, I mean, that's the equivalent. They're trying to get out ahead of the next revelations. Here's what incriminating stuff we found. It's like, oh, well, they planted it. I mean, right. It's the equivalent of, you know, the election is rigged, right? Getting out ahead of losing an election by claiming that there was fraud. Yeah. I love this story. Fox News reported that the country's top law enforcement officials have experienced a significant increase in death threats since the FBI executed a search warrant. The network's on air talent has repeatedly slammed Merrick Garland and Chris wray accusing him of weaponizing federal law enforcement against not just Trump but all conservatives. Fox News reports because Fox News is engaging in the rhetoric. They're engaging in, right? What is it? Trump appointed Chris wray. Yeah. Right. Dan bongino said, this is some third world right here. Mark Levin called the search the worst attack on the Republican modern history. Jesse watters did the FBI planted evidence stuff. And so I'm sorry, now Fox News is reporting. Now a warning that there's a lot of death threats against. I wonder why that could be. Because anybody who's ever been on Fox knows what happens next. All they have to do is mention your name and the trolls will come out of the woodwork. So look, it'll be interesting to see what information we do get. And when we do get it, you know, zero doubts that he was holding on to evidence. They wouldn't even be putting out the narrative that there was evidence planted if he was not. Right. Right. Yeah, and then this delicious news. Mike tweets bomb shelters are well placed FBI source embedded in Trump world of confidential informant, told the FBI what was at Mar-a-Lago and where to look, the implications are major as it can be presumed the FBI sources providing additional information on Trump. I mean, it's good to see that Melania has a hobby post watch. Yeah, 'cause she made a mess of that rose garden. And she needed something to rehab her image. Okay. Can I just say, can we have 23 24? 25. Okay. Here's the good news is when the big bag of rats fights amongst themselves. When someone speaks the truth, right? Occasionally it goes off the reservation. Yes, okay. You do not. You do not break into a house of a guy that you've been working with for 9 months. That you have to admit has been cooperating with you. For presidential records, no. Can I ask you a question? No, I'm going to answer your question. And you do not do that and have guys who are they are 15 and women, I might add. At the front of Mar-a-Lago in a situation like this where the man's about to announce from president if he's going to run for president. Day drinking says, what? Yeah. She seems warm. There was some gin. Hang on. But if I were the lawyer, the first thing I'd say is, as a citizen

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"lago trump" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:58 min | 3 months ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Is he plays the victim. He says, oh, it's the deep state. It's a hoax. It's a witch hunt. It's the radical Democrats, which is precisely what he did in the opening statement with James trying to cast her as a democratic operative, and then, of course, on the social media channels, the Trump is social media channels where he's still operates. He put out a similar statement last night. This is a civil case. There is a parallel investigation carried out by the Manhattan district attorney's office. Could that result in criminal charges? It certainly could, Georgina, and that actually may be a shift. And on a welcome shift for Trump from what happened yesterday, a few months ago, the Manhattan district attorney, a new district attorney named Alvin Bragg, backed off the investigation, it had gotten to the stage where evidence was being compiled to present to a grand jury and Brian said, no, we need to hold up on this. And the prosecutors overseeing the case resigned in protest. Now what we have heard is that Bragg, however, is monitoring the outcome of the encounter between Trump and the New York attorney general letitia James. And after seeing what happens there, may decide to renew the case against Trump. And the fact that Trump has tried to stonewall, that might push Bragg to actually go back and start compiling more evidence into effectively revive. That criminal investigation, which as you note, would lead to fines and indeed possibly time in prison if the case was proved. Trump's problems don't stop there as we know. The FBI executed a search warrant at his Florida estate at Mar-a-Lago. That's part of the separate investigation linked to his handling of classified material. Now his supporters say that during the search, the FBI planted incriminating documents. I mean, this would then surely point to the fact that incriminating documents have been found. Yeah, absolutely. So as always, when you deal with Trump world, you deal with the disinformation misinformation and you try to dissect it as to what happened. So let's have the facts here. First of all, the background to this is that Donald Trump took away at least 15 boxes of White House documents after he left the presidency. Now that's a crime to do so. In fact, it was actually made a crime under Donald Trump, punishable by up to 5 years in prison for taking away classified information. The 15 boxes were eventually given to the national archives. After negotiations through Trump's lawyers. But what happened is the FBI got a tip off. And that is that Trump had not returned all the material that there were more boxes at Mar-a-Lago and sure enough the FBI took away ten boxes. We don't know what was in them. We don't know the level of the documents that was in them. But yes, as you put it this way, Trump in fact was not full in Frank after he was caught out initially about hiding and possibly trying to destroy material. Now, there are reports that he's becoming increasingly paranoid. He's now suspicious of his inner circle and wonders of his phones attached. I mean, given that the sheer volume of proceedings against man the fact that the FBI was tipped off, might he be right. Look, Donald Trump first of all has always been paranoid. I mean, this isn't new because in a way, all the disinformation that he puts out about the enemies are trying to get him. He starts to basically get converted to the truth in his head. Remember back in 2016, he accused the Obama campaign of Obama president Obama. I should say of wiretapping his microwaves in Trump Tower. Now in terms of what has happened in this specific case, again, it is not new that people around Trump do leak to the media. They leak to the media about Trump Russia about Trump Ukraine about Trump's financial affairs. Remember that Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is one of the people who says that Trump committed fraud. So yeah, you know, the fact is, is that he'll get just a bit more paranoid because these lakes have come out, but at the end of the day, when you're an arsonist, you might get paranoid about the smoke that's starting to rise from the fire. Do you think that the actions against Trump will turn his supporters against him or simply serve to increase their loyalty if he does run for the presidency in 2024? You know the answer to that and that is you're part of the evil media and I'm a pointy headed academic and I've done media all morning about this and my Twitter timeline is filled with Trumpist or people posing as Trumpist, possibly from another country saying point he had to academic, you're making all of this off. For a core of people in the United States who are entrenched with Donald Trump and we've seen this for years, you know, they'll go with them through Helen high water. The task here is not to fall prey to the idea that this base is a majority in U.S. politics or indeed is dominant in U.S. politics. There's a wide variety of opinions about Donald Trump. And for all those who might stick with him, whatever crime has been committed, there are others who want to see accountability, stick with that rather than trying to run your own opinion poll on which way public opinion is going to shift with the latest basically smoke that rises from the trumpian fire. But surely, as long as he has GOP support and he does seem to, he is unstoppable. Well, you've nailed it, but again, that is an open question. So for example, if you look at House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, someone who said days after the capitol attack that Trump should be held accountable for possibly inciting violence, but then days after that, went down to Mar-a-Lago. Trump's resort in Florida and kiss Trump's ring and pledge loyalty. He and other House Republicans are going to stick with Trump. But if you look at Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, perhaps the most important Republican in Washington, he's being very silent about this because and I emphasize this. There are a number of people in the Republican Party who were not convinced that you have to have Donald Trump in 2024 as president. The idea is you can steal some of the trumpian rhetoric with someone who isn't Trump. Say like Florida governor Ron DeSantis and the more cases pile up against Trump, there will be more people who think, you know what? I can play like being Donald Trump. And I can become president without having to have the orange fella, take it away from me. Scott, thank you very much, indeed, that's Scott Lucas there. You're listening to the briefing on monocle 24. You're back with a briefing on monocle 24 and it's time now to get the latest business news with Bloomberg's Ewan Potts. Hello to you. Hi,

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Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory

"Donald Trump's election year tour of revenge continues as he oust more Republican members of Congress and helped strengthen his grip on the party in Wisconsin Michael's a wealthy Trump backed businessman won the Republican primary for governor defeating former lieutenant governor Rebecca clayfish and establishment candidate and Ron Johnson who has been embroiled in January 6 investigations easily won his primary but is considered the most vulnerable GOP senator up for reelection in liberal leaning Connecticut Lee or a levy had a surprising win over a more moderate rival a day before the primary when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago Trump held a tele town hall rally for her and in Washington state 6 term congresswoman Jamie Herrera butler who voted to impeach Trump conceded defeat I'm Julie Walker

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"lago trump" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"lago trump" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"That we have heard from the minority leader is disingenuous. The american people deserve to know what happened at every opportunity. The minority leader has attempted to prevent the american people from understanding. What happened to block this investigation. I agree with what the speaker has done. Mccarthy of course wants to become speaker next year do you think he deserves to be speaker in the aftermath of his actions here. I think that any person who would be third in line to the presidency must demonstrate a commitment to the constitution and a commitment to the rule of law and Minority leader mccarthy has not done that pelosi says the committee will go forward with this investigation and today democratic chairman bennie thompson told the guardian. The actions of former president trump his administration officials and lawmakers will all be part of this inquiry. White house has said it. Supports the speaker on all of this and this evening during a cnn townhall in cincinnati. The president talked about the capital riot and the danger of these conspiracy theories. I don't care if you think. I'm satan reincarnated the fact is you can't look at that television and say nothing happened on six. You can't listen to people who say this was a peaceful march. Some of the stuff. I mean q. And on the idea that the democrats or the biden is hiding people and sucking the blood of children and mom serious. That's now you may not like me. And that's your right but the kinds of things that are being said of late. I think you're beginning to see some of the and both democrats as well sorta venom get sort of sort of leak out of a lot of it. We got to get beyond this. Meanwhile a big piece of biden's agenda has been temporarily blocked in the senate. It's a mess like everything in the senate. Republicans all voted to oppose test. Vote on the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill which is still being worked out. It now looks that like that. Vote will take place next week. We also heard an extraordinary defense of the. Us military's tradition of steering clear of party politics today and it came from a key. Figure cited often by phil rucker and carol lanigan their new book. General mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff today was asked about comments attributed to him in the balk expressing fears trump would attempt some sort of coup to stay in power after the twenty twenty election. I'm not gonna comment on what's in any of those books. Let me just say this though. I always personally provided the best military professional vice president trump previously to present binder. Any other person. I always provide best military advice. That secretary defense members the secretary of defense. And i do that for the national security council as well. I want america that the united states military is an apolitical institution. Our oath is to the constitution to any individual at all and the military did not and will not and should not ever get involved in domestic politics. We don't arbitrate elections. That's the job that judiciary and the legislature and the american people with that. Let's bring in our leadoff guests on this wednesday night. Shannon petty piece veteran journalists our senior white house reporter for nbc news digital lisa lehrer national political correspondent for the new york times. And back again. Tonight phil rucker pulitzer prize winning senior washington correspondent for the washington post as we mentioned his brand new book written with his colleague and writing partner. Carol lennick called. I alone can fix it. Donald j trump's catastrophic final year is now on the market. Good evening and welcome to you. All and phil rucker. I would indeed light to begin with you and your work based on your interview. Which of course goes on for two and a half hours in the moment there. In mar-a-lago trump is not living in our current reality. And you could argue. That through line is living in republican members in the house as of yet. That's exactly right. Brian to listen to former president trump talk about january six talk about the election from last fall. Talk about what he expected. Vice president mike pence to do to try to overturn a democratic election. You realize he's living in a dystopia. An alternative reality virtually nothing that he said It and of course of of that interview was true. The audio clip you played at the beginning of the show Had the president. The former president saying there was a lot of love and hugs and kisses among the rioters the capital but we all saw with our own eyes. The video there is not love. There was a lot of hate and hostility violence and in fact deadly violence it was horrific and haunting event but trump's mindset has become so warped and it is as you point out transferred to so many republicans in congress. They're fearful of alienating the former president and intern alienating its tens of millions of supporters. and so that's why you see. So many republican congressman including the leader of house minority. Kevin mccarthy latching onto the president's two former presidents Big lie about the election and trying to resist any sort of thorough and fulsome investigation of what happened on january six lisa. Let's talk about Jim jordan who we mentioned last night. I think even his house colleagues would agree is way more performance artists than he is legislated or he is already fundraising on being blackballed. He appeared tonight on fox. News we'll play. It discuss it on the other side the fundamental question which is why wasn't there a proper security posture that day. It wasn't like we didn't know there was a rally in town. Only the speaker of the house can answer that question. And maybe she just doesn't want to answer that fundamental question or any other questions. So lisa you hear the point there. It was security at fault. Not the violent rioters. Are we missing something or is this anything deeper than just a look over here. Kind of bait and switch like he gets an effort to raise money from the republican base. I've spent a lot of time in the past few months. Listening to republican voters in focus groups interviewing republican voters across the country and a large number of them believe that this was largely a protest with a few bad apples that the violence was overplayed by the media. And this was just not that significant of an event. Even though it's the know. I see. Jon kaplan two hundred years of course. So you know. I think represented jordan has a feel for where his voters are particularly shocking. Given that these members of congress were themselves witnesses in fact they were hiding from these riders on the house floor so it is somewhat surprising that willing to buy into all of this but i think this is politics in the sense for where the politics are and sadly the outcome of all of. This is that we're likely to end up with two separate investigations. Both partisan which is of course a reflection of where the country is right now politically but not all that encouraging for Those americans who would like to get to the bottom of what really happened on january six. Then you know how we sort of ended up where we are sherman. Petty to your beat. What do you think the white house wants from this one. Six committee. I mean with the white house wants is to be talking about infrastructure and president. Biden's bill back better agenda and trying to get that through a voting rights trying to get through some voting rights legislation There are a lot of priorities that this white house wants to get through. The clock is ticking. On how much time they have to get those through and when you see things like have been happening today and on other days in the house of representatives these whole arised days where people are still fighting over what should be a common set of agreed upon facts it points to of course just how divided the country still is uneven. Something that seems apparent that people should be able to agree on is a problem that should be addressed. It speaks Division that the white house is going to have to continue to face as they tried to get through. These bigger priorities like infrastructure. Spending extended childcare tax credit. A voting rights police reform. The maybe potentially some sort of gun reform legislation at the division. They're going to face and could foreshadow what they're going to have to deal with if democrats lose the house in twenty twenty two which i know Impossible to predict anything that far out at this point but is a possibility of an what that is going to mean for. President biden agenda going forward. When you have a house that will likely be led by a representative mccarthy who is one of the people who put up some of the biggest opposition to this january. Six commission phil rucker. I wanna play more of your audio with former president trump and to our audience just to picture the scene as you. Listen to the audio. This is happening in the lobby of mar-a-lago ineffective his public office so he can see and be seen by all the paying members again over the course of a two and a half hour interview. This next selection is about his amazement that the supreme court refused to help a guy out despite the fact that donald trump has appointed fully a third of the justices on the court will discuss on the other side. I.

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"lago trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"lago trump" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To clean transportation on we'll create new bike boulevards in every borough. Former President Trump continues to have great influence over the Republican Party. He met yesterday with the top Republican in the House to talk politics today at Mar a Lago Trump meeting with House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, who once said Trump bears responsibility for the riot. The meeting described as cordial with a spokesperson, adding President Trump has agreed to work with leader McCarthy on helping the Republican Party become a majority in the House. It comes amid growing concern about physical violence on Capitol Hill authorities now warning that extremists who believe the Cuban on conspiracy Theory could be plotting political violence this weekend. Police want to set up a permanent fence around the capital, D C's mayor opposes the idea. Correspondent Alex Boucher, another highly contagious variant of Corona virus has been detected in the U. S to people in South Carolina have this South African variant. They don't have any connection to one another and have not traveled outside the country. Hey, what could bring a O. C and Senator Ted Cruz together? How about this? A crackdown on people buying shares of game Stop. TD Ameritrade also restricted transactions, angering politicians on both sides of the aisle. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Tweeted. This is unacceptable. We now need to know more about Robin Hood APS decision to block retail investors from purchasing stock while hedge funds are freely able to trade stocks as they see fit, and in a rare move, Republican Senator Ted Cruz agreed with a Costco, Cortez. That's correspondent Andrea Fujii. It's not 703. Let's get to our.

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"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick. Take this. He's Bloomberg Radio. Noah Global News Update. Is it in trouble? We're leaving the White House for the last time on Wednesday morning. The president is reportedly planning a farewell ceremony at joint base. Andrews before leaving office Wednesday, a few hours before Joe Biden takes the oath to become the nation's 46 president. Details are still being worked out that Trump reportedly once a military style, setting to say goodbye to members of his administration and supporters. When it's over, you'll fly to Florida to begin his post presidency. Life at Mira Lago Trump will not be attending Biden's inauguration. The secretary general of NATO is calling for justice against those that storm the U. S Capitol last week, Jen Stoltenberg said that the riot was a direct attack on the will of Americans outcome of the election has to be respected on that that we have to make sure that our Democratic values are fully respected. Department of Justice says There's not enough evidence the mob Storm Congress last week wanted to capture and assassinate elected officials walking back a claim to the contrary. Made earlier in the day security measures in Washington D. C include shattering the city's iconic landmarks. The head of the Biden inauguration yesterday, the National Park Service announced landmarks such as those which are part of the National Mall, like the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial are closing. Now through at least Thursday. Several interstate bridges connecting traffic from Northern Virginia to Washington, D. C will also be closed. Lottery machines are busy with people dreaming of hitting it big with the super jackpots in both the mega millions and Powerball. James flipping with more even people who don't normally buy lottery tickets are throwing in. I know he has a big jackpot going on right now. I was.

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"lago trump" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"lago trump" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Barbershop thrived, offering shaves and trims to a procession of bankers, stock exchange traders, lawyers and office workers. Barber's name was Frederick Trump. The same year that he opened the shop. His wife gave birth to a boy named Fred. Many years passed and the barber shop closed and the old 60 Wall Street gave weight in 1989. You a new A new 60 Wall Street, a 47 story tower topped with a distinctive pyramid roof. For a time it was home to J. P. Morgan and company. Then the bank left and in 2005 Deutscher banks started relocating its American staff displaced ever since 9 11. It was new home at 60, Wall Street. And so Frederick Trump's grandson, born to Fred's wife in 1946, became an occasional visitor to the site of his grandfather's old barbershop. Deutsches relationship with Donald Trump had only deepened since Mike off it left Justice Justin Kennedy. This is the son of Justice Anthony Kennedy. Justin Kennedy, now a managing director, had become a key point contact for Trump. And help chaperone large real estate deals for him through the bank. Kennedy's role was to find customers to buy portions of loans after Doi should dispense the money Ah, process that allowed Deutsche Bank to make a larger loans than it otherwise could have. Kennedy sometimes sat with Trump in his luxury box at the U. S Open tennis tournament or at Manhattan nightclubs where Trump would park himself at a table in the corner facing outward holding court like a Mafia Don Now, with Kennedy's encouragement, Deutscher hurried along a Henry Velarde like path. In 2000 the bank and plunks down another 150 million to be used for the renovations of Trump's building at 40 Wall Street. The next year, Deutsche agreed to extend Trump a mortgage worth more than $900 million. At the time, the largest ever on a con a single property so he could buy the General Motors building on the southeastern corner of New York Central Park. Trump already owned half of the 50 story building. He wanted the rest. In 2002. Deutsch agreed to refinance about 70 million that he owed on some of his Atlantic City casinos. Those loans came out of Deutsches Commercial Real estate division, which Kennedy was helping to run. Not everyone who is enamored with Trump. Seth Wall give you a U. G. H one of Edison's many Merrill Lynch recruits and the head of Deutsche is American operations learned around 2001 of the bank was planning to lend Trump about $500 million to use as he wished basically an unrestricted cash infusion. Stabilized, the developers fly flagging. Finances. Why had previously witnessed up close the carnage that Trump could inflict on imprudent financial institutions. Admiral Edison had assigned him the task of mopping up after Trump defaulted on nearly $700 million of bonds that Merrill had helped sell for his Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City. Wall was in no hurry to repeat the experience that Gorsha voice strong objections to the proposed new loan to Trump in which Trump would not have had to put up any hard assets as collateral, and the deal soon died. Yet Joyce is broader Trump relationship rumbled on. In 2003, another arm of Deutsche, if focused on helping companies raise money by selling stocks and bonds to investors agreed to work with Trump. The point man on this part of the relationship was Richard Burn. Another Merrill veteran who had been involved in the Taj Mahal debacle Burn had helped sell the ill fated Taj bonds to investors. Now Trump hired Burns Group of Deutsche to issue bonds for his trouble. Trump Hotel and Casino Resorts Burn knew this would be an uphill battle. Not only a Trump defaulted in the past, but he also had recently been taunting and investors that he might stop paying back. Another out stand other outstanding bonds. Why didn't want didn't warn burn about the recently rejected $500 million loan and some burn, organized a road show for Trump to meet with and try to win over big institutional investors. He escorted Trump to meetings all over New York and Boston. Every stop. Boardrooms and auditoriums were jammed with traders, fund managers, senior executives and secretaries curious to see the Donald show and Trump didn't disappoint Iraqi rolled, he delivered wildly optimistic and inconsistent financial projections. Afterward, Trump called burned. Asked how much money they've raised. The answer, Alas, was virtually zero Burn braced for an explosion. As he explained to trump that, though he'd been treated like a celebrity. Nobody trusted him with their money. Some took the rejection in stride. Let me talk to your sales people he requested. Earn, agreed and Trump came to deliver a pep talk. Fellas. I know this isn't the easiest thing you've all had to sell, he acknowledged. But if you get this done, you'll all be my guests at Mar a Lago. Trump was always good at pushing in audiences buttons a weekend with trumpet mar, a lago bragging rights that not even money could buy. And this new incentive did the trick. The salesmen worked. The phones cast a wider net for more clients and managed to sell an impressive $485 million of junk bonds, albeit a high interest rate. The reflected investors fears.

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"lago trump" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"lago trump" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In closer toward Palm Beach for its 80 degrees Further south, We've got 82 degrees in plantation and Davey and some spotty rain showers now creeping through portions of south Miami down into homestead as well Words 81 degrees at 11 32. Online healthcare workers air rolling up their sleeves across the state for the Corona virus vaccine, along with vulnerable residents of nursing homes. Dr. Neil Finkler, chief medical officer for Advent, Health, says these are exciting times and really at the end of the day, if you really think about The success of vaccines on but promise that this has with regards to saving lives and actually getting us out of this global disaster. It's staggering maturing. A vaccine should be approved by the FDA. It's expected next week should fill the gap that is now being caused by the lack of availability of enough vaccine. Some Florida residents don't want Donald Trump to be their neighbor. They reportedly sent a letter to the town of Palm Beach and the Secret Service in an effort to stop the president from settling down at his club in Mar a Lago when he leaves the White House. According to the Washington Post. Residents want the town of Palm Beach to tell the president that he should quote avoid an embarrassing situation. If he has to leave Mara Lago Trump's signed an agreement in 1993 limiting the number of days club members could stay there promising it would not serve as he residency. He's expected to try to live there anyway. I was down 35 points at 30,000 won 64 NASDAQ up 34 SNP ahead by seven mornings at noon MORE BLOOM Daddy Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 Wi OD Peaceful vibes..

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Trump met Brazilian official with coronavirus, but says 'not concerned'

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Trump met Brazilian official with coronavirus, but says 'not concerned'

"President trump says he is not concerned about the corona virus after meeting with the Brazilian official was tested positive for the virus as NPR's Frank or don't use report trump says he didn't do anything unusual the press secretary for Brazilian presidential year Bolsonaro tested positive for the corona virus days after meeting president trump and Mar a Lago trump was asked earlier at the White House about meeting the official I did hear something about that we had dinner together in Florida in a bar log with the entire delegation White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham acknowledged later that trump and vice president pence were in contact with a man but did not require being tested at

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