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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We'll try to reaction in Jordan is up next on this busy busy Tuesday is Jordan's North Carolina Hello Jordan. Hey, Paul. Thank you for taking my call. I just got a couple of questions for you with the two major conferences cancel an out today and assuming that the other three actually played their schedules out and. Stay healthy and Everything goes well according to plan and they get to the conference championships and they the conference champion I guess the biggest question, the end, and then what? these other two conferences going out today I. Think it puts a damper on the playoff. Wouldn't you think the National Championship picture for sure right? So you can make the the the predictable jokes that the the ACC and the SEC decided to champion every year. But in reality it does take away because Ohio state. was starting the season as the number two team in the country. And right and got. You're looking at players at Alabama and Clemson for example, you know they. You know conference championships or great that they're not there to play for the Conference Championship thinking about the playoff in the national championship. So what did those kids have now attempt to play if they know that's being taken away from them and that's why we? Begin with mean there is so much. We we haven't heard I mean we just got through listening to the just the statements but I mean I I don't WanNa hear statements. I want to hear some explanation that if we if we move forward and play what is it going to look like? Can we have a legitimate national championship? Remember what? What the College Football playoff is it's an amalgamation of the big time conferences so too are gone. We're not more than two were gone. Quite, a few gone right now we just don't know about W-, we really don't we we. We know the ACC in the SEC are firmly committed. We don't know anything about the big twelve. Even even on a good day, we don't know very much about the big twelve. Right, and it was just a thought I was like, well, I don't know what those incentives are but who knows. My other question, this is You know you talk about the big ten and there was four or five schools that were really upset with the commissioner decision. And I went the brass a statement, their rate move forward if all possible and I don't of course, the pact will just made their decision an hour or so ago and I'm sure they've got some schools and their conferences well, wanting to play hours just thinking is there any way possible for four thousand conference those kids and those excuse me those teams in those? Conferences. The somehow play against those other practical schools crater all. The tax laws Jordan said it was unanimous. The big big twelve ten obviously was not unanimous I. think that would be the understatement of the year I thought it was. Rather embarrassing that their conference commissioner just wasn't transparent and say, listen we have some dissension. That's great. That's what this country's all about. Instead he tried to subterfuge act like everybody was on the same page. Those schools having levers. No. Four. First of all. There is so much. We don't know and I know there are rampant speculation either Nebraska's going to move here and this one's GonNa to move there. I mean all. Different I think it's highly unlikely that any of that happens. Yeah I mean it's not that either drop of the hat pick up Lou but this day and age it is so unbelievably crazy. You just never know when. something. I mean you're a member of the the big ten Nebraska. Desperately, wanted to be in that you're going to roll the dice on leaving the big ten to play ten games. In a season that may never happen and that and that's the reality I mean I. I know that everyone out there wants to see college football. But we don't know whether it's going to happen or not, and I've yet to hear. Any of the remaining commissioners and we have spoken to every one of them on this program say we are going to play college football everyone says, we're doing this and we're doing that and we're working through protocols and the and the most important thing is the health and safety of our student athletes. When one says we will, we will play on September twenty six or September whatever it is please please call me immediately. Let's get back to the calls and Andrei is up next in Atlanta Hello Andrei great to have you on my friend. Coach Paul. Are. You being safe I'm doing great. Thank you. Are you being safe out there you better well, yeah that would be the understatement. Well, coach you know man I I hate to see this with the facts and with the big cans. And you know maybe this will be a wake of college to some people in this country who doesn't take this coal. Name chain to be. Serious. Serious, but we can only get through this together row into boat together. We can't get through this when one positive country pool in one way or another part of the country pulling the different direction because we swim together or we gotta sake together. But this thing if you. If you put a pitch here. You know patch it up over there. It's just GONNA keep spreading. Sure you can put a band aid on it for a minute but. Many, even in my own native state of Mississippi at this thing has exploded and is not about politics. We all America it doesn't matter west side of the country we come from we all in this together. But Hey, coach always, thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much and. Get some reaction from the the big ten country. Andy is up next Ohio Hello Andy. Fall, something wasn't right when things were laid out last Wednesday and then there was a quick retreat less than four days later on the big ten front..
"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In that case especially after? A viral infection and we're in this case covert. Well, the limited medical knowledge that I have on that is that myocarditis is is an inflammation of the heart and from the team physicians and the cardiologists I talked to that can lead to to damage to the heart scar tissue to the heart. It can lead to irregular heartbeat, and that can and and and for a long time an athlete having that could could go or anyone not just an athlete but someone having that could go weeks months years without symptoms and but you know something happens they exercise Something triggers it and go into sudden cardiac arrest and that without. Fast and proper attention can lead to death. And one of the doctors that I talked to was saying that of son of athletes who have died. Of Sudden Death, think sudden cardiac death. Saying, it was like nine I think was accounted for nine percent of those deaths. Whole finally. Couple of cases have come up I. I. would think every every Every sports medicine person every every internists cardiologists in the country that covers and deals with with was was sports is is going to be a tuned as. As. You said, this is so new what else have you before you go I'm really curious what What in these cases did did we learn and I realized there are a lot of restrictions but still I'm interested in your final takeaway. In terms of the cases that have already been detected. Correct. I think they're still trying to gather gather data I. Mean I I know. The doctors have been consulting with the NC Double A. Have said that starting this week and I don't know in the I don't know if the the big ten in the PAC twelve decisions will affect us but starting this week, they ever going to try to get all of the schools onboard to start sharing their data, which there hasn't been a great deal of transparency in some areas so that they can so that the can do studies so that they can figure out what what goes, what happens going forward, and the next question is you know speaking of the schools that that have decided to postpone their their confidence, their their seasons you know what? Happens to those athletes who may still be wanting to train, but they're not part of a sport like are they still going to get treatment of is still going to be monitored because I think there is still a desire to continue to get that data and so that can be helpful not just for athletes but just for young people for for people in general to see how much of an issue this is and and I know those doctors throughout the the NCW in the conferences are also monitoring of the studies that are being done elsewhere. You to see if there's any specific data that they can pull out, that would apply to young people. In probably does seem like This was a mitigating factor today so. This is a very serious issue I. always appreciate you coming on. Thank you so much for sharing the information and Focusing as soon. Thanks Paul. You're welcome. Straight up. On ESPN, we will take a break more to come on a very, very busy in an extraordinarily important night. In College football, we will be right back. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Did. You know GEICO's now offering an extra fifteen percent credit on car and.
"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of college football leaves here the the Paul Finebaum show our four podcast. Back for the final hour, and by now, if you have not heard the news I, hate to be the bearer of bad news but the big ten in the pack twelve have both canceled the fall football seasons. The those stories coming out came out about three three and a half hours ago there has been. Torn of reaction from around the College Football World we are going to share with you. Now, a couple of statements that have just literally been issued we alluded to them a minute ago, but Greg Sankey the Commissioner of the SEC according now I, look forward to learn more about the factors that led to the Big Ten and PAC twelve leadership to take these actions today. I. Remain Comfortable with the thorough and deliberate approach. At the SEC are. Four member fourteen members are taking to support a healthy environment. For our student athletes. He goes on to say we will continue to further refine our policies and protocols for safe return to sports as we monitor developments around covid. In continued effort to support. And Care for our student athletes, everyday. Greg Sankey moments ago Let's. Get to talk about some of the safety issues. One of the preeminent investigative reporters in the country Apollo Levine ESPN with some of our colleagues has written a story for ESPN under the heading heart condition linked to covid fuels power five concern about football season's viability Poli politics fantastic to converse and never perhaps a more important topic. Then today a lot lot to unpack here but we say hello to you what what have you and. What are you learning about about this new entry into the Cova conversation especially with student athletes. Thanks, Paul well has that as a ready been mentioned on your show one of the things that has really spooked the college. And the conference commissioners has been the news coming out about this post code infection, heart condition called Myocarditis, and the big news that was in the story that March slave on I had yesterday was that so far at least five athletes in the big ten have been found to have myocarditis after having been infected with cove nineteen and a cardiologists I've talked to who has been. Receiving calls from team doctors throughout the power five said that he is aware of at least a dozen athletes who have been found to have this, and in the last you know ever since students have been coming back, the team doctors working with athletic trainers have been trying to monitor for this and Brun athletes who may be at risk through a battery of tests, but it is. It you know myocarditis myocarditis itself is not new. What is coming out that a scary is that there is some limited data showing that it is possibly more prevalent. After. An infection of covid nineteen, then another virus and Myocarditis can lead to sudden cardiac arrest and that can be fatal and there have been athletes who have had myocarditis related to other viruses who have later died of heart issues. And Paul As you just said. This. There have been a not not a lot every once in a while you do see someone very young and how seemingly healthy die hard to explain which which brings me to the concern. This does seem to be a bigger issue in the big ten than anywhere else but but as we are hearing about this today and yesterday and you're you're in March reporting. The ACC put out a statement today that their medical director feels comfortable about about the upcoming season i. mean there's just so many conflicting stories. We watch the Webinar from the pack twelve or were. You heard the the ID doctors out there paint a completely different story I know I'm not I'm not trying to force you to the world of Immunology and epidemiology, but but but you've pretty deep. What are your thoughts on all this? Well like one of the doctors told me the other day and Paul. I mean you think any anybody's had this experience? I mean you can get ten doctors in a room and you'll get ten different opinions the one thing that I. The one thing that that I think they all agree on is that there is a level of uncertainty and I think what it comes, what some of the discussion comes down to is whether or not they feel that throughout the conference, they have the resources to detect these cases and manage them. Now there are some doctors and and consensus across conferences even if they have those resources that it's still not worth the risk and and as to. What you're saying there being a difference of opinion you know one thing that's been frustrating is seeing people out there saying, well, you know myocarditis has been around for a long time. You know there are certain risks with playing sports, concussions, heatstroke you name it like we play with these risk all the time. The one thing that that is different is that those those are no one risks I mean those conditions have been studied for years. There are reams of data on them. They understand the risks, the protocols like even though everything is still you know something could happen to someone would be undetected. There's still a pretty good handle on the level of risk and what to do with this. There is an indication that there is a risk to the heart of the with the covid nineteen infection. Some of the data has suggested that that risk does not is not. Determined by what level of symptoms you may or may not have had. The age, the condition of the patient. Doctors do not know. Truly what the level of that risk is. It may turn out with more data or studies however long that takes months years to determine that but. It's an unknown risk. So you have the difference between known risk that we have played football with her here's and an unknown risk and I think for some of those doctors, they don't feel comfortable going ahead with an unknown risk because of all the possible things that could happen. Poet to to make us a little simpler I if none of it's simple we're talking about medicine here but. myocarditis What happens to an athlete in that case especially after? A viral infection and we're in this case covert..
"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah, so this involves coaches pay which even in normal times as a pretty hot button issue, but with these universities facing severe budget cuts related to the coronavirus pandemic, and then the athletic department's clearly also facing cuts. We decided to take a look at what were the highest paid employees in those departments doing and this sort of started off voluntarily back in April with Iowa state and the Iowa State Athletic Director announced that the staffers there. There himself included head basketball head football coaches. We're all going to take ten percent pay cut, and you started to see throughout the summer. More and more schools announced that and so we wanted to see at this point when it became clear that there were going to be some major financial issues for the school for athletics. How many of these coaches had already stepped up and said I'm GonNa take a hit for the good of the school. As to show it to show that I'm a leader in this effort and we'll be found was kind of interesting that when we looked at the sixty five power five schools, and then we added ten schools with prominent basketball programs, and in thirty three of those school, so it turns out to be more than half of the coaches have taken a voluntary pay cut, however, if you look at the top ten coaches for basketball and football, most of those have not taken a pay cut only two of the top ten football coaches have, and at least five of the top ten head. Basketball coaches have the highest paid, so it's kind of interesting. In a question that the is at the very top are not taking a pay cut, whereas others are, and and then that that raises the question, which I'm sure we'll get into. Should they be and and we get into the the conversation about? Our Athletic Department separate Is there a demand for these coaches to do this? Is this going to happen to all the schools at some point down the line, but at at the current time it is an interesting sort of paradox that even though most of them are. The ones at the very top seemed to be more reluctant or Not At least not having done it yet. don't want to mention names, but we will star was football Highest paid coaches. Are Dabo Sweeney Nick Sabin just to star out, too. So you're? You're telling us that your reporting find. Neither one took a pay cut of volunteer pay-cut. Right in the top ten of the football coaches, the only two so far have been Jim Harbaugh Michigan and then Lincoln Riley at Oklahoma and you're right. The top the number one coach devo Sweeney at Clemson has not neither has Nick Sabin now. I WANNA raise this question because I know this is. This is what they're. What the what the athletic departments are saying. These programs are are also programs that in normal times do pay for themselves, and those coaches are part of that revenue. That does generate that and and they also you know they. They would argue that you know because they're generally not reliant at least on on money from the university that they could say. Look, you know we can take care of this. The other part of that is, and this is what some of these schools have been saying. Look, you know this may still happen down the road. These top programs as we get further into this as we as we decide or figure out what's GonNa happen the these this may not be the end of it. These coaches may end up actually taking a pay cut. It's it's to be seen With basketball. You have a few more. You've got coach Ski. You've got duke. You've got Izzo at Michigan State Chris Mack Louisville Bill Self at Kansas, those are the ones who have taken a pay cut, and some of those happened actually in the reporting of the story, because as we started raising this question to some of these schools, you started seeing more and more of them say. Oh, maybe we should do this optically. It looks good. Now among the basketball coaches who have not in the top ten.
"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Could be back great to have you here. It is Friday and let's head into the weekend all together here much happening on this Friday afternoon a lot of late breaking news and we will share. All of it with you beginning. Right now let's get you some headlines here. In yes. Some not all. Coaches share coat burden with the covert crisis This is about money says about what coaches are making. A number of them have made sacrifices. We'll talk to the author of this Article One of the authors in a minute, but not all including some of the highest paid coaches in America. We'll get into it in just a minute. Also we will get inside many other things as well including. College football's. Culture Conversation John not the author of this. Very interesting goes back to Kirk herbstreit almost four months ago, saying he didn't think there would be a college football season the heat that he took. and. Why so many people since then? Have not given. Strong opinions, so we'll talk to John a little bit later on as well. We created quite a bit of Quite a bit of controversy here yesterday I not controversy but talking about the NCWA. They issued some guidelines. We're still trying to figure them all out. And last night here Matt Brown. Made it very simple. What needs to be done? I really wish Paul. We would have a commissioner of college football. And we wouldn't have different leagues doing different things and have so much uncertainty up in the air if we were more uniform and we're all on the same page and everybody came back to school at the same time in the summer. everybody's decided to poison going number of games then we would be in a position that we are right now, and I hope that something that we work toward somebody that could pull all commissioners together and and just leave the commissioners. Mag Brown comment. That has been discussed quite often throughout the world of college athletics, Today One more thing before we get to. To today's guests, the SEC just announced that any student athletes that does not choose to participate during the fall twenty twenty calendar, because of covert or health or safety issues, we'll continue to have their scholarships honored obviously a very smart and judicious decision. So, what are we going to do today? We'll talk about number of the topics that we've already discussed. we and Paula Levine she will join us talking about her investigative piece. Easy Athletic Director of the University of Miami's is not come on here a couple of times and we look forward to visiting with him. We had the the commissioner of the Mac on the other day. We have Judi McLeod on today. She is the commissioner of the. CONFERENCE USA! Conference and John Travolta as I mentioned from Al Dot Com a really great piece about the cultural wars going on within. College athletics, so let's get to the calls. Eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five pat starts off in Georgia Hi pat. Hey, Paul.
A New Book Brings Melania Trump Into (Slightly) Better Focus
"Where is First Lady melania trump when her husband is so often front and center a clearer picture emerges from correspondent Tracy Smith in our Sunday morning cover story I will fight to protect you I am here president of law and order recently while president trump was talking law and order they've got to get tougher got to get stops on First Lady melania trump was tweeting about healing and peace so it's voluntary I have to do it and back in April when you're hesitant trump declined to wear a facemask I don't think I'm going to be doing it his wife put one on and urged others to do the same these are not the recommended guidelines to keep us all safe okay it's not exactly a palace coup and some might say not nearly enough to keep her husband's more controversial actions in check but either way according to a new book melania trump has more influence than you might think this is very different than the narrative that some people have painted that she is trapped I hope makes a crazy to say she's poor melania trapped she's not she is smart independent she will decide what she wants to do and she doesn't want to do melania trump thank you very much hello Sir prize winner Mary Jordan is the author of the art of her deal published by Simon and Schuster a Viacom CBS company of course you asked to interview melania for this book what happened basically no reply the trumps both of them make people who are around them sign non disclosure agreements they also I've quickly learned told people that knew Malani when she was young which is model to not talk the White House dismisses the book as fiction but Jordan says that after several years and more than a hundred interviews a clearer picture emerged of a woman who grew up dreaming of a life far away from her native say it needs us Lavigne she's a girl who grew up in a really small town and couldn't wait to get out she told everyone that I mean everyone I talked to in Slovenia said she couldn't wait to get out of this town she wanted to be where the action is at first young melania wanted to study architecture but she was persuaded that modeling was a better option and she found success doing mostly print work in Europe and later in New York City she what Donald Trump in two thousand five became a US citizen in two thousand six and eventually sponsored her mother and father Amalie and Victor to be U. S. citizens as well and how about chain migration about
"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What you know what you prepare? For or what question you, ask them? Like, I remember early on in the process asking him specifically directly when we met with them before the games like what kind of questions do you like that? I know you hate to do it L. I don't like to do it L not with you. Anyway. Because you know, you look like you hate it. You're doing this all wrong like you need to have people think that when you're interviewing people on the sidelines. It's must watch TV. And they're gonna get a lot of information. Like, you telling people, I don't really like doing it. And they don't really say anything is not good early on that was early on. Right. And so what happened was is the first couple of times there were some short responses, and I think what happens sort of the most famous one and I'd say famous relative. Was when I asked him and the first one was very open ended whatever I think it was about the defense. It would have you. And my second question was how do you change that or something like that? And he just legitimate thought. And he just looked at me and said gimme a break will you and then walked away. Yeah. And so I was a little bit and shocked by that. But what I realized by that point because it was a couple of them where a couple of times where it happened where it just made for good television. Anyway, right. It's like, you're it's almost like the audiences planning for it. And if it happens, it's organic, and you know, he doesn't seem like it's forcing it. Then it's a great moment. And it's Larry's when I was probably the did he say to you. When you you didn't tell us what he when you asked him like, what kind of questions, do you like we basically just wants like open ended just generic would you like what didn't you like something like that, you know, and not to give away the farm. But that's essentially what it is. Like, he just doesn't wanna have to think. Like, it's I think I've said this before and I don't think he would take this personally. But it's a combination of being a little Brady like I don't wanna do this. So I'm just going to be a little bit of. But he's also sort of a stickler in his own mind to like, oh, I'm going to answer the question that you're asking me. So don't ask me a question where I have to sit here and think as if I just watched. Film and analyzed it. And then able to to answer your question. But really it's just because he doesn't like doing. And that's again that's perfectly fair. But it seems like lately Randy I've been getting solid answers from him. And lately, I haven't had a San Antonio game this year. I don't think I have on my schedule. But like it had been really good and people are starting to call me a pop whisper, perhaps how much how much do you take in that? What I'd take pride in is the guy just kind of liking me like when we talk in the pre game. I could just kinda tell he's got a little bit of respect for me. This is this is all kind of dream job situation for me as it is. So the fact that you know, in the last time, we did an interview last year the end of it. He literally said the words it's been a pleasure. And I was like that wasn't sarcastic or anything. You meant every word of that. So if Popovich was understandably intimidating and something where you felt like had to go about it the right way, who's the anti Popovich whose whose the NBA coach that you not only enjoy the most. But perhaps look forward to and Brad don't drown Roca. Brett Brown the access.
"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? So I love sometimes in. I love a lot of this show. And one of the reasons I'm terrified to sit in this chair and be disembodied from you guys is I don't know what to sneak attack is coming. I it sometimes it's Photoshop like we've gotten today, whereas in I believe, it's a. Intentional old photo. I mean that photos from sportscenter studio that no longer exists. Like, that's from the old sport. I think it's the college football wrap studio now, but that's I'm a child in that photo. I've had three of the children's since then like have seen still noticed when more under sets change yet. Well, when they changes because they're mad pretty drastic. Right. Actually, you know. I know that is new studio. Wow. That's what I look like if I get sleep. That's it is he do you have do you have children? No, all right. Well, that's like looking into the future. Then because that's. That's actually can't see anything yet. And this is probably terrible for television and for radio because the timing is off. And so I have no idea what you're looking at you know, in a few seconds one of these things I worry filling in is seek attacks. But also like one of these I love is. Hey, we don't know. We're going to talk about next, and it's not always sports. And now, it's it's it's fast food fight. Because ROY goes in the break, and I'm saying like the final minute of the break. He goes, hey, we're going to send you something. We're going to talk about it. It's McDonald's fight just Google it just Gula McDonald's fight, and then we just jump in. And that's what we're doing. It didn't have to be right now I've wanted to be right now. Because I thought it was in Houston. I'm reading on the Houston versus the Florida man, of course, e Saint Petersburg, do you have it in front of you is he? Yeah, I can paraphrase it. No. So basically, it's a man who was arguing with an employee at a McDonald's because there's this new believe a state law that says you can't have straws out in you know, in the public area for them to consume..
Avril Lavigne Hints at New Music Video Sharing Stunning Underwater Picture
"Levine is teasing the release of a new song and music video or last album was in two thousand thirteen a few years before she was diagnosed with Lyme disease and took a hiatus from her career to recover. She has hinted the drop of a new song this month and yesterday she shared an underwater photo possibly a snapshot from an upcoming music. Video Levin says she has been planning this video for over
Regulators: Uranium leaked at SC nuclear fuel plant
"Announced that the Alzheimer's Association international conference in Chicago federal officials are looking into. Any dangers resulting from a uranium league discovered at a South Carolina. Fuel plants, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Says it learned the league earlier this, month fits believe, the Ray Radioactive uranium leaked through a, three inch hole in a floor at the Westinghouse plant, near Columbia soil readings, near the league show contamination thirteen hundred times higher than normal but. The state's department of health and environmental control says it doesn't appear the leakage threatens any water supply or is even spread from the plant the states still awaits groundwater tests to confirm that the plant uses uranium. To make fuel rods that. Power commercial nuclear reactors Grenell Scott Fox News tropical lizards can hang. On in stormy weather and researchers now know why thanks to a little help from a leaf blower of all things the tree hugging lizard or put to. The test last. Year during hurricanes are an Maria and scientists work, to see which species survive researchers from Harvard used the leaf blower to observe how forty seven of the reptiles held on to a wooden rod under tropical storm force winds at, one hundred. Two miles per hour they only held on with two fee letting their back legs fly In the win they lost their grip at one hundred eight miles per hour but don't worry the researchers say they. Were gathered into a net return safely Lisa lacerra FOX News Radio It's almost fulltime in Oklahoma Saturdays Norman arches any, other day they. Are defining moments in our history and on of the middle. Coast around, the twenty, fifth Before you know. It, the gates to the palace. Will be open welcoming the sea, of, crimson, and cream. Season tickets to the twentieth eighteenth, season are available and on. Sale now visit sooner sports dot com slash tickets or call eight hundred four five six go Just. Like, chatting with your neighbors afternoon. There for sitting around talking about the, latest, scuttle bug Believe that they lose your civilized it's we can be Or why I just, can't, believe people I am not surprised. That. Just annoy yes you jerk NewsRadio. One thousand Katie okay Just wander around being, dumb, all your life Oklahoma's place to. Talk Now broadcasting from the underground command post Thousands of the hidden bunker somewhere under the. Brick and steel, of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader Hello, everybody Mark Levin. Here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight. One one why, we have a full plate Full plate The, news outlets particularly FOX, Sky News some. Other reporting we have some deal with the European Union on non, Kar product, certain products Where the goal is to reduce or, eliminate tariffs And subsidies On non Kar products that are purchased And the way Sky News reports it Donald Trump has held a very big day for free and fair trade after reaching a deal to avert a blow a full-blown trade war with the EU, following talks with the European Commission president. John Claude Juncker at the White House Mr. Trump said the US in a you have agreed to work. To resolve their current dispute last month the US presidents slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to, prompt tit for tat measures, by Brussels including tariffs on bourbon. Whiskey Levi's jeans and Harley Davidson motorbikes. Mr. Trump had worn of retaliatory action your car makers. In a bid to de-escalate the quarrel Mr. Trump said he and Mr Juncker had agreed to work together toward. Zero-tariff, zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidy now Mr. producer Zero tariffs zero subsidies who has. Been, preaching this Who's been preaching this and getting, calls for, some Trump supporters attacking me That we need tariffs to protect our industries Now there were some who said look, this is a negotiating tool for the president. But that's not what most said most said we need tariffs to protect our industries And what I what, have I been arguing no, get it down. As close to zero tear zero, subsidies, as possible try and work it out with, other countries if they don't go along we. Can go along anyway just do it Because money will. Flow into this country you know one of the things I meant. To mention yesterday in the past is when you talk about an imbalance? Of trade with the country one of the things that's not considered our, services and financial transactions that's a big deal for the United States just, products just products so it's. A phony number Now they're agreeing to work toward. Zero tariffs and zero subsidies On non automobile products I'm not one hundred. Percent show at that means is that includes steel and aluminum That. Would be great if it includes still aluminum but I didn't hear about stealing aluminum So we'll need to know more as time goes on, but this has been my point this, has been my argument the president campaign and say I want. Zero tariffs and zero subsidies if. I can get it from other countries and so forth that's not what he campaigned on they have genuflected. Somewhat over there. At the White House because I think you you, Lavigne I'ts out there you've been hurt I think you've been hurt by the White House which. Monitors this show That's why I. Say it's one thing to criticize the president, when we disagree with them it's, another thing to try and sabotage, him which is what the left, us which is what the media do. Which is what the Democrats do. Which is what the never. Trumpers do that's not what we do here that's not what I do So this is good if it's true if. It turns out to be accurate is what, I'm saying if they actually can, negotiate this no tariffs and no, subsidies that's the Levin position is, it not Mr. bidder I won't go. Back and play the audio over. And over and over again But that's our position And let's see, how this works out I hope it does Now I may wind up being tougher on. China than most people I'm not looking for. Trade deals with, China I'm not looking. For currency deals with China China's the enemy China's stealing our technology what kind of deal? Can we cut with China to stop them from stealing our technology But our allies I've never understood Why, we would treat. Them like China So free trade apparently is very very, important because now everybody's talking about it Everybody's talking about why Because. It's better for everybody that's why And now our companies have. To compete and our farmers will compete they're happy. To compete Perfectly fine by me Let's do it, in, steel and aluminum too Let's, remove all of our tariffs and subsidies well, only if the other guy does it well we should try, and ask the other guy to, do it but if. They don't do it they don't do, it Then more and more money will, flow in our country Money finances which doesn't. Even count towards the quote unquote imbalance of trade anyway We'll see, how this develops over time. There I hate getting into this stuff with this Michael Cohen and. The tape I hate it when the when the pseudo media drives the agenda but I've heard so much misinformation and disinformation and ignorance when it comes to our federal, campaign laws and whether Trump is on the hook for violating our campaign loss he's, led, to, a close to being on the hook, for violating our campaign laws I had Bradley Smith on this program. A few months ago the former chairman of the Federal Election Commission he wrote a beautiful piece in the Wall Street Journal he spoke at length us and he's coming, back at the bottom of the hour so we can go through this yet again You can have a nondisclosure agreement I've been saying. This now for months. Months months months with stormy Daniels or anybody else a nondisclosure, agreement is not hush money a nondisclosure agreement. Is not illegal a nondisclosure agreement even in a campaign. Is not a campaign violation and in no circumstances is it criminal this entire issue as another shiny object it's another phony issue That CNN they got the tape obviously from Lanny Davis when you, see Lanny Davis there yes ambulance chasing slip and fall. Lawyer that's right Lanny Every damn lie the Clintons ever. Told Lanny. Defendant So, now he's, there Michael. Cohen's lawyer trashing the president this. Guy Michael Cohen what a sleazeball I never spoke to him in my life. I never communicated with. Them in my life what a, sleazeball you're, taping your. Client apparently repeatedly Got a dozen tapes What are you going to? Do with. The tapes Sarah counselor you're gonna use. It against your client Incredible I think the New York bar ought to be taking a look at. This they're probably cheering on Michael Cohen and Lanny Davis right now. Too Colin could turn on Trump who cares if he turns on Trump a nondisclosure agreement with a payment is is. Legal while he might have set up an LLC a corporation to launder the. Money through without Trump's name on it in order to doesn't matter You're not laundering money they're LLC's I love place There's nothing illegal. There's nothing shifty there's, nothing wrong. With an LLC I don't. Have one but people have them Under our tax laws Perfectly permissible Well that way they won't know who's making, the payment who cares The issue here's Michael Cohen the issue is what the hell's Lanny Davis doing. In, the middle of this trashing the president of the. United States Well Cohen's gonna turn on Trump turn on Trump about what Here, we, are going. Down, another rabbit hole Russia now. Michael Cohen Russia Michael Cohen I'll, be, right.
BREAKING: Israel's Netanyahu says Iran cheating on nuclear deal
"We're going to show you something that the world has never seen before tonight we're going to reveal new and conclusive proof of the secret nuclear weapons program iran has been hiding for years from the international community in its secret atomic archive we're going to show you iran's secret nuclear files you may well know that iran's leaders repeatedly deny ever pursuing nuclear weapons you can listen to iran's supreme leader ali i stress the republic has never been after nuclear weapons you can listen to iran's president costume honey seve a nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction have no place in iran security and defence doctrine and contradict our fundamental religious and ethical convictions this is repeated by iran's foreign minister javad zarif he didn't have any program to develop nuclear weapons anyway we consider nuclear both irrational as well as immoral well tonight i'm here to tell you one thing iran lord big time after signing the nuclear deal in two thousand fifteen iran intensified its efforts to hide its secret nuclear files in two thousand seventeen iran moved its nuclear weapons files to a highly secret location in tehran this is the shore about district in southern tehran this is where they kept the atomic archives funeral new word was very few and also a few israelis now from the outside this was an innocent looking compound it looks like a dilapidated warehouse but from the inside it contained iran secret atomic archives locked in massive files actually they're a little bigger than this a few weeks ago in a great intelligence achievement israel obtained half a ton of the material inside these waltz and here's what we got fifty five thousand pages another fifty five thousand files on one hundred eighty three cds everything you're about to see is an exact copy of the original iranian material you may want to know where are the originals all i can say there are now in a very safe place here's what the files included incriminating documents incriminating charts incriminating presentations incriminating blueprints incriminating photos incriminating videos and more we've shared this material with the united states and the united states can vouch for its often we will also share it with other countries and we'll share it with the international atomic energy agency so let me tell you the history of this material we've known for years that iran had a secret nuclear weapons program called project amount we can now prove that project was a comprehensive program to design build and test nuclear weapons we can also prove iran is secretly storing project ahmad material to use at a time of its choice to develop nuclear weapons here's what project on mars explicit goal was creating nuclear weapons this is an original iranian presentation from these files and here's the mission statement design produce and test five warheads each with ten kiloton tnt yield for integration on a missile you don't have to read farsi to see ten kilotonnes here this is the specific goal of project ahmad five and rochambeau bombs to be put on ballistic missiles this is an original iranian spreadsheet from the archives out project ahmad look at what has your yellowcake production center feud enrichment process warhead project simulation project and test and indeed when we analyzed what's in these archives we found that project ahmad had all the five elements the five key elements of a nuclear weapons
"lavigne" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"While you're on all right you wanna be a star in the show like jj call five seven three three six four four four three three i haven't gotten into my monologue it already that was a pretty good call i think it was you know so so what lavigne was saying is a president sitting president according to the doj memos from nineteen seventythree screw the nineties they have the standing policy you can't indict a sitting president so doesn't that change the conversation we should be having oh shit trump sit down with mueller should should he have this conversation this examination from euler knowing examination i think that trump got that he was okay with was the digital one from ronnie jackson that proved that he was well he was healthy all right elliot you know physically so but silverman cloth yeah know you know right after that they decided to go out and you know look for apartments wrong that's the typical wind come on got to laugh a little bit or do you know from funny and you know what you know what look at look at what you're thinking all right look what you're thinking going out and looking for apartments what does that mean to you.
"lavigne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But let's use mike lavigne's contract in as an example he got fifty five million dollars guaranteed so you're gonna have to guarantee odell beckham junior that much money and give up your pick of the draft you and are you out the pick seems awfully high i i mean i obviously would have to have a deal in place a long term deal for this to even make any sort of sense so i'm saying they got eighteen million dollar a year contract guaranteed money fifty some odd million dollars right i don't know if i mean a four year that would line up with when with what i would be looking at as my time line to win here i like to think realistically trubisky in the next year but the year after the following year which would be your two or three with odell beckham would be when i'm realistically gonna make a run at a super bowl so i would get i would think pretty good years out of ob jay he's only twenty five he doesn't turn twenty six till midway through the season on november fifth you're getting his prime years i think i would do it if i could trade back and get a lower first round pick and acquired some more later round picks and trade that first round pick i like their ob j.
"lavigne" Discussed on EconTalk
"In an economic boom that's lasted for many quarters uh wages lavigne's increased and our conditions of work out with naturally also not improve under manab city i i don't know how communism a little bit skeptical about on i think so this'll more complicated in general i i often think about my cleaning uh crew might the people come clean my house once a week i'm fortunate enough to be able to afford a cleaning crew uh we pay them a hundred dollars roughly hundred dollars for the hour so that they're here it's usually three or four people so they make roughly twenty five dollars an hour at a job that is somewhat unpleasant uh and uh but they have very little education they don't speak english particularly well some not are hardly at all the head of the crew now i'm not sure which he pays them so i don't think it's split evenly parameters she takes a little bit more it's her car the drives were around and i see i suspect she provides the vacuum cleaner and and and other tools that they use that that's kind of a shocking thing that they make twenty five dollars an hour which is on average at least which is uh two and a half times are so time i don't know what the exact maryland minimum wages but it's well above it certainly well above the federal minimum wage and the answer questions why why do i do that why do i pay them so much money in the answer is of course as it if i don't they won't come though though coach somebody else's house out there's a lot of competition in that sense that there's a lot of houses that want to be cleaned in my neighborhood where people are busy and would rather pay for cleaning than doing themselves but it's kind of striking to me that lease in that case there is competition does protect them at least on the money monetary dimension are also course and at my employees their self employed so maybe that makes a difference to.
"lavigne" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Life liberty and lavigne i hope i hope you'll watch it have a wonderful guests and i know you're going to enjoy the show i also want you in on march seven at this might two year anniversary were for doing levin tv i've done know where four hundred episodes now honor that date we've set up to twenty dollars off for new levin tv customers with promo code levin to l e v i n to so you call eight four four levintv eight four four l e v i n tv in utah they you want to join us over at levin tv and crtv and give them code levin to just say lavigne too and that will get it done all right uh let's see what else can attire i will be at sea pack on saturday i believe it's ten a m i hope you'll be there we always have a great time i always try and meet each and every one of you uh it'll be unique format see pack the american conservative union has asked my wife julie to question me and she will and she and her own ride is a lawyer solid conservative and it ought to be very entertaining very interesting for that and a a meter too so i hope you'll be there ten a m saturday at sepak i missed anything no we got a lot going on my the good stuff gone on let's take some calls let's go to steve in los angeles the great eight seventy am the answer kale la go ahead.
"lavigne" Discussed on KELO
"I love mark levin is not a criticism of lavigne i'm just saying you have a much different point of view lavigne was saying we got tax reform here in and and what we've done as we made it harder for individuals with that with the national tax reform because we've eliminated that deduction these deductions and um that i love well yeah but the former government did not make it harder on them states the it it's the states that it acted the taxes have a bunch of different point of view on that he's calling in what he disagrees with him pseudo conservatives and so on and that's nonsense i what i would i believe that is beyond that deduction and i think it's a great point uh what i think that deduction has been his hover for states then to go ahead and continually increased taxes and just with the argument well you can deduct those on your federal taxes it's the states that a pair of the aggressive to all all the federal government did it said we're no longer going to allow you to deduct that i don't think you're entitled to any deduction frankly so i have a completely different point of view lavigne i thought was speaking as if somehow you're entitled to that in that deduction it's your money well then go talk you state legislature the pass those taxes in the first place the you're barking up the wrong tree i think it with criticism of the federal government i agree with you that never should have happened in the first place st fortytwo mostly cloudy in five feels like 10 below good morning don on kelo redcarded i made on hey it'll take your transmission of the longer dipak mind over rain hail anymore.
"lavigne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The lavigne's save rupan it is going to be breezy and mild for december as skies turn mainly sunny at times high today although at two forty six were not that far away right now it's partly cloudy and forty two wwl judo five fortyfive as we head to the sportsdesk with tony ortiz to tony monday night football last night did give the results last night hurt the lions even more yes it did because the atlanta falcons had to lose that game four the lions to still have the door opened to crack it still where open but the falcons king completely shut the door lock it and put several padlocks on it if they beat the new orleans saints this coming sunday and that could be the end of the road for the lions as roberta mentioned it's back to work this morning for the lions as they continue to get ready for sunday's contest against the cincinnati bengals a game the lions need to win if they want to remain alive for possible wildcard spot in the nfc that job just got a whole lot harder as the atlanta falcons defeated the tampa bay buccaneers 24 twenty one on monday night football as we just mentioned the lions will be eliminated from the nfc playoff race if the falcons defeat to new orleans saints this coming sunday a contest head coach jim caldwell says he can't really worry about since he has no control over what happens in that game vector matter is what we're concerned about is what we have control of that's how we prepare our we practise how we play and done and most importantly against cincinnati vegas oddsmakers have installed detroit is a four point favorite for sunday's game against the bengal atlanta's victory by the way also eliminates green bay from the nfc playoff chase and now comes word that packers officials are considering shutting down quarterback aaron rogers for the final couple of games of the regular season rogers just returned to the green bay lineup on sunday after he missed the previous weeks with a broken right collarbone but redwings will look to put backtoback wins together for the first time since the.
"lavigne" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And lavigne which is a pretty good name for the show and make sure that you check that i'm ben shapiro sitting in for mark levin marks always kind when he when he has me onto to fill informed behind the mike's always an honor so i want to say thank you it's thanksgiving so i wanna say thank you to president trump for a few things i was able to say thank you for justice gorsuch i wanna say thank you most of all that hillary clinton is not president because the notion of waking up in the morning with her as president mix nor vomit she's thinking about it but we'll us we also have to thank president for the fact that the economy continues to do so well now i'm not going to say that trump himself has been the great impact on the economy because that's not true know the fact is that the economy grew rapidly and it's going more rapidly now that it was not going poorly at the end of the obama administration stock market particularly rose tremendously over the course of the obama years is rising faster under president trump that has little to do with obama and a lot to do with congress the fact is the business community was not willing to invest they were not willing to hire they're not willing to to spend money until they knew that a republican congress is going to stymie the bad ideas of the democrats and this just shows you that even when nothing is getting no big action is happening on the economy right we haven't had tax reform we haven't had immigration reform we haven't had any of the things that that trump promised legislatively just the mere fact the demo crats are not in power screwing around with the levers of control means that the economy is healing faster and that the economy is growing faster so to new reports today that are quite good leading into thanksgiving first new claims according to the afp for us jobless benefits fell in midnovember confirming the strength of american labor markets continuing the record streak of low levels official data showed on wednesday.
"lavigne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Through this evening with lavigne and with marialiese wbal news team also right here in the next few hours former congressman leon davis we've got sauna spicer rejected the knack and anyone we've got executive summary like it and of course was that in fact i will have a conversation with welcome to use right now in light of the horrific shooting that we saw this sunday at baptist church stunning world texas we're getting a lot more information about that by the way about the shooter in about the shooter what a call the shooter is a murderer is a mass murderer about about how he obtained his weapon about those tell your breakdown of the federal bureaucracy which really it is wrote about this earlier today and you can find my tom losing my newsletter if you sign up for our email newsletter the rehder report which you can i read over there to be mlcom um you'll see that i i mentioned all of these democrats calling for new gun laws because we have to do something but we already every single law that would have prevented this murderer from getting his gun is already on the books he got his gone because of the failure of the federal government's bureaucracy this is the all encompassing big government bureaucracy that democrats love so much they created this giant federal government and they they've never seen a problem that isn't solved by adding to this expensive ineffective bureaucratic nightmare that is the federal government and so instead of thinking of new laws how 'bout making sure that the current laws are effectively executed because if they had been this guy would not have illegally obtained his weapon so we're learning a lot about that gave the latest news here is that he actually escape from a mental hospital this is being reported by w f a in dallas that a debt in kelley this massmurderer escaped from a new mexico mental hospital back in 2012 again if that had been shared through the various background checks that are already on the books he would not have gotten his weapon legally that said i want to focus on one specific aspect of this and that has to do with the a nel did the renewed attention about carrying weapons for selfdefense and specifically carrying them.
"lavigne" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"We voted for to improve budget angles and lavigne's edry drake's them brought up the idea to share your why don't we shift the money iraq sound right so that we don't have any money for soccer but soccer was never on the agenda so when you start talking about shifting money the community doesn't believe in you they began to think that you're manipulating something and so i recall this long discussion about avoiding soccer not so much about affordable housing but the deal as i understand it would have paid for a the the upgrades of bojang goes and it would have put a big hunk of money under the affordable housing front end you did have one democrat who voted for the idea one yes we did have one democrat but again i want to go back and say the most important thing that we have is when we tell voters we're having a bomb referendum for project we need to do that when we start talking about shifting money from one thing to avoid something that's not on the agenda soccer has never been on a council agenda then it's not quite fair in my opinion to say that someone voted for soccer when there was never a hand race i will let's talk about raising taxes and rage using the business the i it it is accurate that you voted to do that at some point the council approved that budget i can't i don't remember the number of people that didn't vote for that budget let me tell you about that vote it fails to say that what we did was we decrease property we decrease the let way st and raised property taxes eighty percent of the people that live in this community pay less when they look at their overall taxes now bet most of us when we get that bill we never look and it says automobile feet it has solid waste the it has your property tax e but all of our all eighty percent of the people in this community lee pay less that year and that's why i supported it by lowering our on property are solid waste the and increasing our property taxes we benefit at the people that need the benefit the mouth why have you not to have been more direct and coming back at him.
"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I hear from someplace on the stage i can't see behind somebody's head i hear moonlight moonlights and i and i'm like what in that and i look in i see there's a man on a headset kind of coming up the stage sort of in the or taught looks like he's talking to the orchestra section almost and i'm like what did they did they play the wrong song i end as soon as i thought who cares of this episode and in the end and then i thought this very reason he's talking so loudly and then i started to put it needs without anyone saying anything you start putting it together and going what now and i thought okay so how does this bit workout this is another kimmel bit and and and and you're looking at all those people from all angling lavigne isn't very funny and i don't understand how they would get them all to agree to do something this absurd and then the bottom fell out and it was just i was like one of those you have like that tunnel vision where everything kinda goes dark around the corner and you're like this is insane this is a kind of a nightmare um you know the the actor next to be kept going it's so good we're here i'm so glad we're here for yeah that is is a silver lining but i tell you who care who the other day it's an award show that being said in the moment i see it like almost you feel nauseous it was like what the hell we've really i don't know if like you're being pong developing nightmare to me it did what happens if the two parties how much is the dialogue was related to what happened um on the way out in into a wave a complete it was completely absorbing news completely absorbing i mean you couldn't quit referencing get it wish your gives you know there is every time you saw three near you the first thing is i was on my god and was crazy did you take a picture of the.
Inuit Climate Science
"Long tradition of the high level of understanding of snowden weather and climate so what does that mean like do they do experiments and talk about star trek not exactly they have a way of making very specific weather predictions for their area as well as places that are far from home they're very very good weather forecasters it's the same kind of thing that our weather forecasters and we do with the computer in of mothers and with instruments and they can walk outside of looked at the sky and say in two days we have north winds lots of snowfall in it's not just that there will be snow don't know what kind of snow in how it might affect their travel plans okay so they're thinking about science in terms of what they need to understand daytoday to live in such an extreme and by exactly for most of their