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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've got some important data out this morning, UK unemployment figures at 7 a.m. had just how strong will they be and what does that mean for future rate rises by the Bank of England, Barclays is saying that the speculation that the UK is heading for a balance of payment prices is simply scare mongering and fairytales, so quite important in terms of the guilt markets on that, and we also get U.S. CPI probably slowing to 8.1% in August. So I think those are the key thoughts in terms of market news. S&P 500 even many features are actually up ten U.S. stocks 50 futures down, a tenth of 1%, and in the bond markets, U.S. benchmark yields dropped two basis points to three 34. Those are the markets. Today's top stories, the EU is set to propose a mandatory target to cut power use the move a step towards rationing energy to help homes and businesses across the continent survive an energy crunch. Speaking to Bloomberg, tellurian chairman and cofounder chorizo key says Europe should prepare for very high gas prices this winter. And the short term is going to be obscene. But I think if everybody does the right thing, then over time, I think you're going to find all of the energy prices are going to equalize. Be sure to energy sources in general. So at some point you're going to find that oil coal gas renewables are going to settle around a certain level and my suspicion is going to be in the 120 to a 150 dollars per barrel equivalent for all of these commodities. That's Tulare and chairman and cofounder Sharif suki, but sharing his thoughts with Bloomberg on that subject, other measures the EU is looking at include funneling energy company profits to struggling consumers, the EU's executive arm will propose its package this week, although it will still need to be signed off on by member states. Well, when it comes to the war, Ukraine is asking for more weapons along with continued U.S. support to build on successes in retaking territory from Russia, particularly in the har K region, one Ukrainian commander says that Kyiv's troops have retaken more than 3000 kilometers of territory this month, for military observers it marks a turning point here is the former U.S. Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta. I would say it's both pivotal and dangerous. It's pivotal because to have Ukraine conducting a strong offensive. That's working. Is incredibly important to putting real pressure on both Putin and the Russians. It's dangerous because Putin, if he's boxed in, obviously, we'll have to strike back. That was the former U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta speaking to Bloomberg yesterday. Russia still does control about one 5th of Ukrainian territory dwarfing even the 3000 km² that Ukraine says it took last month. The Goldman Sachs is embarking on its biggest round of job cuts since the start of the pandemic. Bloomberg's Danny Berger has the details. Bloomberg has learned the Wall Street bank plans to eliminate several hundred roles starting this month. Goldman typically revisits its headcount every year, letting go of employees based on performance and to match the bank's needs. This program was paused during the pandemic. The move from the banking bellwether is the surest sign yet of a chill that is set in across the industry amid a slump in revenue after record breaking years. Elsewhere, commerce bank may cut more than 10% of its branches to trim energy and wage costs. In London, I'm Danny Berger, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And now here in the UK thousands of mourners have been queuing through the night to see the queen's coffin at saint Giles cathedral in Edinburgh before it begins the journey to London later today. Yesterday, the king thanked MPs and peers for their condolences at a service in Westminster hall in parliament. I can not help but feel the weight of history which surrounds us

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Top of the hour. The Biden administration is scrambling to avert a rail strike internationally. We've got Ukraine's battlefield success in putting a success at putting Moscow in the spotlight for that and other global news is good over the newsroom and joined Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Rashad, let's start with Ukraine because multiple sources are now saying Ukraine's success against Russia means more support from the U.S. and its allies, Bloomberg reporter and Marie Horton. The White House sending over billions of dollars U.S. Congress as well. It's likely that The White House is request for more money, that is still going to be a top ticket item that you're going to see a lot of bipartisan support for. And I think this just shows that Ukraine is able to fight with the weapons, given from the United States and allies as well. And former CIA and defense secretary Leon Panetta also commenting on all this, he tells us this puts the focus on Russia's leader in his response. And the real issue is whether Putin now strikes back, he already has hit back on the infrastructure, whether he resorts to more, you know, including the possibility of battlefield nuclear, all of that creates a dangerous moment here. And Panetta there on Bloomberg's balance of power, Amtrak is cutting some long distance routes on freight tracks and other trips, labor secretary Marty Walsh trying to get railroads in two of the nation's largest rail freight unions to reach a deal ahead of Friday's deadline. House majority leader steny Hoyer tells us Congress could step in. There is a role for Congress if in fact they fail to reach an agreement and fail to reach an agreement, even if they haven't reached a full agreement. It's a fail to reach an understanding that the army continued to work and that there won't be a strike. Obviously a railroad strike at this point in time would be extraordinarily detrimental to our economy and to the American people and we want to avoid that. And that strike could impact a third of rail freight in the country. Meantime separately, thousands of nurses are now on strike in Minnesota. New COVID controls in Beijing employees are now being told to show a negative COVID test to return to work after the mid autumn festival. In Japan they're giving the thumbs up to the new bivalent COVID vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer. In Washington, the Justice Department's January 6th investigation is heating up New York Times says in the past week alone the DoJ has issued 40 subpoenas and seized phones of two top Trump advisers. President Biden and Boston today highlighting federal infrastructure money coming into Boston's Logan airport. When it opened in 1974, there were 1.4 million international passengers a year passing through the gates. Today, 50 years later, there's over 5.6 million passengers moving through. Global news, 24 hours a day, on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, did he spell a greenie? This is Bloomberg, Brian. All right, 39 minutes past the hour. Let's get to global sports. And Pete Fox is at the controls guiding the plane along. So looking at the at the latest from the NFL, what's the biggest bit of news you got there, Pete. While Brian

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mentioned stunning even a lot of military experts in some worry though that the more ground they take the faster this goes. The more dangerous it could make the situation with regard to Vladimir Putin, who was going to want to respond at some point here and make a point among those expressing that worry today on Bloomberg, none other than the former Secretary of Defense, former CIA director Leon Panetta he was on balance of power with David Weston listen. It's dangerous because Putin, if he's boxed in, obviously, we'll have to strike back. There are Russians who are criticizing him now in Moscow because of this retreat that's taken place. And the real issue is whether Putin now strikes back. He already has hit back on the infrastructure, whether he resorts to more, you know, including the possibility of battlefield nuclear, all of that creates a dangerous moment here. Battlefield nuclear. Retreat, in other words he used there, and of course boxed in as Vladimir Putin may well feel today as we assembled our panel for their take. Jeannie chande was here and Rick Davis, Bloomberg politics contributors. Rick, does that make you feel uneasy the idea that Vladimir Putin is being made fun of? Is that not the most dangerous scenario you can come up with? Well, you know, look, I don't know how much is being made fun of or just losing, right? I mean, Vladimir Putin has this has been a disaster for him. This is not at all what he had planned. And it's not been that way for 6 months. So with all due respect to these experts, everyone has had it wrong all along. I know very few people who have said, oh no, this is the way that the Ukrainians are going to be able to not just hold their own territory, but re grain regain territory along the way. So if there's one person who I wouldn't want to piss off, it's zelensky, not Putin. I mean, that guy's he's fighting for his life. He's showing incredible resolve. And he is right now the different maker in liberal democracies around the world and they're acceptability in the eyes of so many people. And if I had to draw a contrast as to who I am worried about, I'm more worried about making sure zelensky has what he needs to do the job he does, which has been underestimated by the entire western world all along the way. So let's give him the weapons he wants. Let's give him the rope and let's and let's keep our focus on Putin to make sure he if he does any of these crazy things. Then he's properly punished in the process. How do you do that Genie if we're talking about a bio weapons attack or battlefield nuclear to the extent that Leon Panetta is talking about here, things get pretty scary, the more desperate he gets. They do. And I think Matt and you were right in that discussion, you had previously about being cautious, you know, Russia already responded in a way it hadn't in the last 7 months with this attack on critical infrastructure. It left kharkiv in a total blackout 250 miles from north to south with no electricity, and that may just be the beginning, as you mentioned, of some of the reaction Putin has to be in cornered like this, and you know, you add on to that, what president zelensky has been saying, his goal is complete deoxy, including the gains made since 2014, so you've got to imagine how Vladimir Putin hears that and he says we have 90 days to solve 30 years of Ukrainian independence. Wow. So they have a lot on their shoulders, even military folks are saying, as far as the Ukrainian soldiers are concerned, you know, there is a real concern that they are spread too thin at some point with everything they've got on their plate and there is some kind of burnout at some point. So the reality is this is still a hard fought battle in Putin may yet come back really hard. Rick, we talked so much about hardware in terms of what Ukraine is getting from the U.S. and what it needs. How about in terms of intelligence sharing to what extent and how important is that The Pentagon is helping Ukraine when it comes to intelligence in the battlefield? Well, there's a lot of open-source reporting right now over the fact that the United States and its intelligence operations have been able to assist the Ukrainians in not just the assault that they've now made on the Russian forces, but also in the planning of that. In other words, all this has been worked on for quite some time. And the fact that our intelligence assets have been used to help them facilitate the right targets, the right place and time to strike. I think it's fantastic. I mean, you know, this is maybe one of the undersung heroes of our cooperation with them, not just the armaments, because you're right, you know, there's a limit to what you can do with those. But our intelligence community seems to have been really rising to the occasion. And by the way, have been right about Vladimir Putin all along. I hate to say everybody was wrong. They were right. They said he was going to attack. They said he was going to roll those tanks across the border when nobody else seemed to think they would. So kudos to them. I would say Vladimir Putin is probably the greatest gift that keeps on giving to the Ukrainians because in this assault, they are collecting thousands of rounds of ammunition that work perfectly well with their Soviet style weapons. And so even in retreat, Vladimir Putin is actually helping Ukrainians along the way. Well, I got those they can use that as well Genie in terms of our intelligence. You can't really advertise that, but isn't Rick Wright that this could be the real difference maker, of course they need the hardware, but our intelligence is worth a lot. Yeah, and Rick made a really important point about the open-source. I mean, one of the stunning things I think even, you know, us lay people can see, is the way we are geo satellite watching and tracking this incredible liberation of over the last few days, 1200 square miles. It's surreal to watch it happen like almost looks like a video game when you watch those geo satellites. Watching a war on our phones and talking about it here on Bloomberg

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Nancy Lyons and D.C.. Hey nets. Thanks, Tim. Western officials say Russia's invasion of Ukraine is at a near operational standstill with neither side currently able to launch an offensive that would materially affect the course of the conflict. One key concern, though, has been the zapper Asia, nuclear power plant now under Russian control in southern Ukraine. During a visit to Odessa today, UN secretary general Antonio Guterres urged Russia not to take. That power plant off Ukraine's grid. Obviously, the electricity from Zappos is Ukrainian electricity, and it's necessary, especially during the winter for Ukrainian people. And this principle must be fully respected. Gutierrez has called for a demilitarized zone around the plant. There is some good news in Germany concerning the Rhine river officials say the water level at a key German choke point on the river is expected to surge early next week. That'll make it significantly easier for barges carrying important cargo to cross the waterway. Former CIA director Leon Panetta says the discovery of top secret documents at the Mar-a-Lago home of former president Trump is a dangerous development. Basically take this classified information out of The White House. I think really involves something that could in fact not only undermine our protection of intelligence, but could send a message to others that they don't have to be as careful as they are. Panetta spoke with Bloomberg, he says we may need to reassess the handling of top secret documents. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. What is dedication? The thing that drives me every day is a day is very un we call them day to day for short. Every day he's hungry for something, whether it's attention, affection, knowledge, and there's this huge responsibility and making sure that when he's no longer under my wing, that he's a good person. I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers. The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything so as a dad you felt like you had to know everything. You had to get everything right. It's okay to make mistakes. As long as it's coming from love, then, you know, it kind of starts to work itself out. I want him to be able to

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To stop the Russians. And I think we are. We are providing some pretty sophisticated weaponry. They're using it pretty effectively right now going after targets and killing Russians. And I think it's to some extent it's given them a little bit of an edge here. And it's going to force Putin to make a pretty fundamental decision whether this is going to turn into his Afghanistan or whether he's going to take some steps to try to get out of there. Mister secretary, the United States has something of a track record of sort of tiring of wars over time. Certainly saw that Vietnam, we saw that in Afghanistan in Iraq as well. Is there any indication at this point that we're tiring of our support for Ukraine? I don't see any indication of that right now. I think both President Biden as well as our allies seem very strongly committed to supporting Ukraine. But it remains something we have to be vigilant about because the United States doesn't have a lot of patience with long awards. That's for sure. And yet there's a lot riding on this. This is a very pivotal war because it involves a very important adversary. Putin and if we can support Ukraine and stop being Putin from achieving his mission, that will send a very important message, not just to Putin, but it will send an important message to Xi as well. Mister secretary, finally, we obviously have had this major story about the FBI executing a search warrant on the premises of McDonald Trump, the former president's House. That's being disputed right now in the courts how much we'll learn about the affidavit underlying it. But as I say, besides being Secretary of Defense, you were head of the CIA. You've dealt with a lot of classified material in your day. What do you make of this from a distance? Understanding we don't know everything about what was actually in these documents. Well, you know, Mike, my view of this is that it's a very serious matter. We classify material because it relates to our national security. And we do not want that information to wind up in the wrong hands. And that's why we have all of this process of protecting our classified information. Look, there are thousands of people that have access to classified information. They're all required to follow a process of protecting that classified information. And that's true, not just for them. It's true for the president of the United States. And so the failure to do that and to basically take this classified information out of The White House. I think really involves something that could in fact not only undermine our protection of intelligence, but could send a message to others that they don't have to be as careful as they are. This is a moment where I think we've really got to take steps to make sure that we are not only protecting classified information, but that we hold people accountable when they make mistakes as to how they process that information. Yeah, I think pretty much all Americans would agree we need to protect our classified information. But let me ask you a question that is being pressed by a lot of people right now, which is, is this really different from what happened with that server that Hillary Clinton maintained? Because there were, as I believe, some sensitive classified documents on that server. You know, whether it's Hillary Clinton or whether it's Donald Trump, I think we should apply the same rules with regards to protecting our classified information. If there's classified information and it's mishandled, my view is you hold people accountable for those mistakes. Now, you know, there are a lot of ways to enforce those rules. And there are a lot of ways to make people understand the mistakes they've made. And I think I'm going to leave it up to the Justice Department and their investigation to determine just exactly what happened here and what steps ought to be taken in order to make sure it doesn't happen again. Mister Sarah always really appreciate you being with us. That's Leon Panetta. Former Secretary of Defense. Thanks very much

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"leon panetta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Leon Panetta on the constipated news network With a constipated fake tapper go So you're obviously very well versed in dealing with classified material former Trump aides are now trying to claim that there was a standing order by the president Donald Trump to declassify any doctor trying to claim you see They're not trying to claim They said so Go ahead Swing for Trump's resident is that how declassification works even with some of the nation's most guarded secrets What a great question Jake Jake fake tamper I have a better question You want to hear fake Mister Panetta did you ever remove any documents in your emails any text messages anything When you left government you were CIA director Among other things Did you ever remove even a piece of paper that you had to return Are you still haven't returned Are you prepared to allow the FBI voluntarily to come into your home into your business Even set up like the Leon Panetta center for whatever Yes or no mister Panetta Now that's what a reporter would say He has an opportunity now to ask a former senior official In steady asks about something he knows nothing about The constitution Nothing And he doesn't ask him about the constitution Is that how classified hold on Is that how classified a declassification works He was some of the nation's most guarded secrets See how they asked their questions

Jake Tapper Should've Asked Leon Panetta About Any Papers He's Taken

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Jake Tapper Should've Asked Leon Panetta About Any Papers He's Taken

"Leon Panetta on the constipated news network With a constipated fake tapper go So you're obviously very well versed in dealing with classified material former Trump aides are now trying to claim that there was a standing order by the president Donald Trump to declassify any doctor trying to claim you see They're not trying to claim They said so Go ahead Swing for Trump's resident is that how declassification works even with some of the nation's most guarded secrets What a great question Jake Jake fake tamper I have a better question You want to hear fake Mister Panetta did you ever remove any documents in your emails any text messages anything When you left government you were CIA director Among other things Did you ever remove even a piece of paper that you had to return Are you still haven't returned Are you prepared to allow the FBI voluntarily to come into your home into your business Even set up like the Leon Panetta center for whatever Yes or no mister Panetta Now that's what a reporter would say He has an opportunity now to ask a former senior official In steady asks about something he knows nothing about The constitution Nothing And he doesn't ask him about the constitution Is that how classified hold on Is that how classified a declassification works He was some of the nation's most guarded secrets See how they asked their questions

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"National news. There's a lot going on there too. Here's Nancy alliance with an update hey nets. Thanks Tim, President Biden says the climate crisis is a quote clear and present danger. Speaking at Brayton point power station in Somerset, Massachusetts today, the president said details about his most recent executive actions to address the issue will be made clear in the coming days. The health of our citizens and our communities is literally at stake. The UN's leading international climate scientists call the latest climate report, nothing less than quote code red for humanity. Biden stopped short, though, of declaring a formal state of emergency. A regional official confirms Ukrainian forces struck in seriously damaged bridge today that's key to supplying Russian troops in southern Ukraine, while in the northeast, Russian shelling killed civilians, including a 13 year old boy. Former U.S. defense secretary and CIA director Leon Panetta tells Bloomberg, the U.S. must keep the pressure on Russia and keep sanctions in place. We are in this. We have made it very clear that we're we are going to confront Russia and apply not only sanctions, but arms and reinforcement of our NATO allies as a main message to Russia that they are not going to have their way. We can not afford to back away from all those efforts. Former defense secretary Leon Panetta, Ukraine's First Lady Elena zelensky addressed Congress today and asked for more weapons to win the war. A New York judge has ordered Rudy Giuliani to appear next month before a special grand jury in Atlanta. The panel is investigating whether former president Donald Trump and others. And legally tried to interfere in the 2020 general election results in Georgia. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts

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Many of the Deep State Crooks Are Back

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 7 months ago

Many of the Deep State Crooks Are Back

"Many of the same deep state crooks that were behind the Russia collusion hoax. That were that came out to certify that the Hunter Biden laptop was, quote, Russian disinformation. I mean, these shameless liars are now back. And what are they about to do? They're back to sign a joint letter, very similar to the letter that they signed in the Hunter Biden case. This time calling for social media to protect censorship. To keep censorship. And not to open itself up to a wider parameter of permissible viewpoints. And they're claiming that this is necessary to guarantee the national security. It's a complete fraud. But let's look at who some of these thugs are. Well, sure enough, James clapper, big surprise. Former Obama CIA director Michael morrell, former Obama CIA Pentagon chief Leon Panetta. But you got a few new names too. Form a bush natural security adviser, Fran Townsend. And these guys come out with their usual, well, they start off with this rather grandiose pronouncement quote, this is a pivotal moment in the modern history. There's a battle brewing between authoritarianism and democracy. Well, first of all, that is actually true. But not in the way they mean. There's a battle brewing between authoritarianism and democracy and they represent authoritarianism. And that's what they're trying to enforce on social media. They are the voices for authoritarianism, but posing as the voices of democracy. So there are the emissaries of the very evil that they describe here. And the pretext for censorship now is Ukraine. You're like, Ukraine. How does a debate over Ukraine threaten our existential our national security? It doesn't. It's obvious it doesn't, but these guys have sort of gotten themselves tied themselves into a knot, in which basically the defense of Ukraine is nothing more than the defense of the west, which is nothing more than the defense of America. Therefore, to be critical of anything happening in the Ukraine is basically to show yourself to be a traitor to show yourself to be a danger to national security. I mean, the leaps of logic, the chains that are woven here are really pretty remarkable.

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Lee Smith Helps Us Unpack the Ukraine War

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 8 months ago

Lee Smith Helps Us Unpack the Ukraine War

"With us right now is Lee Smith. He is a well respected author and columnist and an expert on international relations as we are going to kind of just give an update on what's happening in Ukraine. We haven't even mentioned Ukraine for a couple of weeks, and nobody better than Lee Smith to help us unpack it, Lee. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thank you very much for inviting me back. It's great to speak with you. And thanks for asking me to speak about this important topic. Look, I mean, what I have written, what I've explained in the past is a lot of the noise that we've seen coming out of the war. I mean, these are two countries at war, Russia and Ukraine. So we can expect for there to be all sorts of propaganda. And information warfare. What's peculiar about this, what's peculiar about this conflict is the amount of propaganda that's coming out of the United States. In particular, it's coming out of Washington regarding this war and as I've argued since the beginning of this conflict, what this indicates is information warfare is attached to real genuine operations. The information warfare that's being waged against the American people regarding the conflict in Russia and Ukraine is attached to genuine operations targeting the American public. In particular, you're a great audience may have seen yesterday a letter signed by former intelligence chiefs, including James clapper, Michael morrell, Leon Panetta, right? And what they are asking what they are warning is that the disinformation coming out of Russia means that the intelligence community needs more control over big tech. And if you break up big tech, if you go after Google, if you go after Apple, if you go after large big tech corporations, you're going to be making American national security vulnerable. And they've been so helpful so far. These big tech corporations to us here running national security. What I'm getting at is that Vladimir Putin's invasion of Russia has served as cover for the national security establishment to escalate its war against the American republic.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Russian troops A major offensive with attempt to destroy and former U.S. Secretary of State and CIA director Leon Panetta on balanced power today here on Bloomberg says it is a very very important time I think this is a very decisive phase of this war And the issue is going to be whether the Ukrainians can continue to go after the Russians interfere with their planning their efforts to try to gain a foothold in donbas and if they can hold on till May 9th I think there's a good chance they could ultimately force Putin to some kind of negotiated settlement It says economic force on Russia is very important as well Shanghai now reporting out over 20,000 local COVID cases day to day also reporting out 7 COVID deaths Taiwan local COVID cases hit a new record 1390 averaged over 1100 over the past 5 days health minister Chen Xi cheung says the scale of the pandemic right now is very large and is now faced with a choice of living with or sticking with elimination strategies that are going to have to figure it out In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg our Brian Ed thank you Let's get to our guest Ken Wong Asia equity portfolio specialist at E spring investments Ken I wanted to start with China we can circle back to the fed later if you like We do have this sensitive leadership reshuffle coming up in October And earlier in our media review we heard that normally the party doesn't like to take on too much risk but it's different this time around because of the unprecedented situation with growth that China has And this editorial in the South China morning post says this will call for bold moves So I'm wondering if you're expecting bold moves and what shape they might take Yeah I think there's still going to be very much a wait and see approach Obviously we saw the RR cut sort of just recently But the fact is that what we're seeing what we're expecting to see potentially is that China needs to do more than just monetary policies And we think that monitor policies is not really one solution That's going to resolve everything So basically right now there's going to have to be more of a combination of fiscal policies To be working alongside monetary policies plus at the same time some of these government regulations which are still impacting China as well So there's still a lot of uncertainty as to what's to come at least in the short term And so investors do need to be mindful of these things But we still remain actually optimistic on China given sort of where valuations are Okay What about COVID-19 What about outbreaks What about growing signs in Shanghai People publicly resisting again a big leadership decisions this year Our markets even questioning what this is going to mean for Xi Jinping And if his hold on power maybe even if he's still there if it weakens a bit I mean are you even looking at that yet Not the moment The fact is that you know we want to see specifically how much further we're going to see with lockdown policies and Shanghai Whether or not we're going to see production resumptions which were already seeing science potentially having production resumptions in certain industries And I think it's going to be what's going to be more important as well is whether or not COVID will spread to other cities within China So these are all going to be very important things that we're going to continue to see Now even though first quarter GDP came in you know basically slightly even above your expectations when we're expecting for a second quarter readings are going to be significantly much worse than what we saw in the first quarter given a lot of the lockdowns that we've seen Yeah the march data was not particularly good We will continue in a moment I think it's pretty clear.

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Kash Patel: Media Still Won't Admit They Got the Hunter Scandal Wrong

The Dan Bongino Show

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Kash Patel: Media Still Won't Admit They Got the Hunter Scandal Wrong

"And the likes of Brennan and clapper and Leon Panetta who rose to cabinet secretary intelligence positions and defense secretary positions for them to come out and say it's Russia disinformation because they don't want Donald Trump to win all right I get it They're political animals But when they've been proven wrong by the laptop by a star witness and now the fake news media has turned because they can't have run away from it anymore And they still won't admit they got it wrong This is why Dan people listening your radio show and don't listen to those morons because truth incredible reporting and then there's hyperbole and rhetoric and fake news and it is just being dealt the death knell Thanks to reporting that I see I follow your reporting on true social religiously because it's like the best that there is out there Thank you

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Leon Panetta Blames Joe Biden's Blunders for '[Being] Irish'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Leon Panetta Blames Joe Biden's Blunders for '[Being] Irish'

"Listen to what Leon Panetta said yesterday to Alison camerata on CNN. I got to play this clip for you. This is how bad things have gotten for Biden's supporters. When she asks, why Biden made these blunders and these gaffes on the world stage? Brace yourself for Leon Panetta's answer. So why do you think President Biden made that mistake? I happened to think that Joe Biden, you know, his Irish, he's Irish. I happen to believe he's Irish. Yeah, that's what, that's why he doesn't know what day it is. He's Irish. That's why he doesn't know the difference between his wife and his sister. He's Irish.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The only thing you gotta do is make sure you use promo code DI and es H dinesh. The New York Times has confirmed the authenticity of Hunter Biden's laptop. Now we didn't need The New York Times to do that. Simple truth of it is everyone knew that this laptop was authentic. Why? Because when the New York Post first published its article about the laptop, this was in October, by the way, before the election. The bunch of news outlets went rushing to the computer repair guy who had provided the laptop where Hunter Biden had left the laptop, and he said, yeah, it's authentic. It's his laptop. And then comes a Hunter Biden's business partner, Bobby linsky, to confirm the information on the laptop. And yet the left did everything it could to kill that story. The media in a sense coordinated to not report on it. Twitter, of course, shut down the New York Post article. Facebook said that they would not feature the article until they fact checked it, which had never happened, and so in effect, they killed it also. And then very interestingly, 51 senior intelligence officials. These are our former retired directors of the CIA, people like that. People like John Brennan former CIA director Mike Hayden, former CIA director Leon Panetta, former defense secretary John McLaughlin, former acting CIA director, all these top guys come out and go, this laptop is Russian disinformation. And now we know that all these guys were lying. Either they were lying or they were incompetent. And of course, their statement that this was Russian disinformation provided then a basis for Democrats to say, there's nothing to this as to provide a justification for not covering the story, dismissing the laptop. I mean, think about it. This laptop and the expose of the crimes of the Biden family. By the way, it exposed the fact that Biden was lying when he said he knew nothing about his son's business. The laptop shot he was actually actively present. And so this would probably have sunk Biden. And the left knew it. That's why it was so important for them to shut this down. That's why they essentially got these this group of 51, the gang of 51, let's call them, to make this claim. Now, based on supposed intelligence that was available to them. Now, it's possible, of course, that these 51 guys are just 51 fools. 51 idiots. And if that's the case, I guess it would explain a little bit about why we were so unprepared for 9 11, why we couldn't find bin Laden, why we were wrong about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Why nobody seemed to predict how an Afghan withdrawal would go, I mean, it could be that we just have low IQ guys in the field of ironically called intelligence, very unintelligent, intelligence officials, but I don't think that's what it is. I think what it is is that you basically have people who are fundamentally dishonest. Dishonest to the core. Ideological partisans who are using their title in order to state something that they know to be false. They kind of knew the laptop was right. They knew it was authentic. The New York Times was confirmation is just in a sense saying what everybody already knows. But they went to bat for Biden because they wanted to pull him over the finish line. They wanted to make sure that Trump was Trump was defeated. And so what the New York Post does now is they contact all these guys. And they ask them, hey, do you take back your earlier statement where you said it was Russian disinformation? I think what's really fascinating is that all of them won't respond. And so Michael morel former CIA acting director now at George Mason university, no response. Dog wise former defense intelligence agency deputy director now at the university of New Mexico. No response. Nick Rasmussen, former national counter terrorism center director. Now head of some global Internet center, no response. Mike Hayden no response, Jim clapper, no response, Leon Panetta no response, John Brennan nor sponge, John McLaughlin, no response. So all of these guys are now hiding under their desk and refusing to call back. Why? It's kind of like they've been caught out in a lie, but they know that the media even now is going to protect them. They're not going to find gangs of reporters and people taking their photo as they come out of their homes. And so what they say is let's just write it out. Let's just basically say nothing. We'll let the storm pass. It will all go away and essentially we will have.

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The New York Times Confirms Authenticity of Hunter Biden's Laptop

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 9 months ago

The New York Times Confirms Authenticity of Hunter Biden's Laptop

"The New York Times has confirmed the authenticity of Hunter Biden's laptop. Now we didn't need The New York Times to do that. Simple truth of it is everyone knew that this laptop was authentic. Why? Because when the New York Post first published its article about the laptop, this was in October, by the way, before the election. The bunch of news outlets went rushing to the computer repair guy who had provided the laptop where Hunter Biden had left the laptop, and he said, yeah, it's authentic. It's his laptop. And then comes a Hunter Biden's business partner, Bobby linsky, to confirm the information on the laptop. And yet the left did everything it could to kill that story. The media in a sense coordinated to not report on it. Twitter, of course, shut down the New York Post article. Facebook said that they would not feature the article until they fact checked it, which had never happened, and so in effect, they killed it also. And then very interestingly, 51 senior intelligence officials. These are our former retired directors of the CIA, people like that. People like John Brennan former CIA director Mike Hayden, former CIA director Leon Panetta, former defense secretary John McLaughlin, former acting CIA director, all these top guys come out and go, this laptop is Russian disinformation. And now we know that all these guys were lying. Either they were lying or they were

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Against The Odds

"It's 9 p.m. on October 25th, 2011. An SUV rips across a rutted Somali desert road, shooting up trails of dust in its wake. Inside, Jessica Buchanan clutches her seatbelt, trying to steady herself against the bumps. They've been driving south for hours. The men in the car screaming into their phones and chewing bundles of a traditional herbal stimulant called cocked. Cott has been used in East Africa for thousands of years. In small amounts, its effects are similar to coffee, but in higher doses, it can make people aggressive and paranoid. And these men are clearly very high. Their eyes are bulging and wild. They've changed vehicles three times. Each time they stop, one group leaves and another jumps in. On the third stop, a new person gets into the back behind her. When Jessica hears a soft voice, she turns around. It's a child. We couldn't be more than ten years old. He has a chain of ammo wrapped around his chest in an AK-47 in his hand. In the green zone, children start learning the family business early. Around midnight, the SUV comes to another stop. The fourth of the night. The doors open and the men hop out. But the new group that comes in looks different. Something is changing. One of the men has a machine gun and wears a turban. Emotions to Jessica. Out. Jessica doesn't move. His turban could mean he's part of a local fundamentalist group, Al shabaab. Al shabaab is known to be head hostages to make a statement. Out now. The man points his gun at her head. Walk. But Jessica's legs won't move. She's sure they're going to rape and kill her. She'd rather die now than go through that. No. Paul gets out behind her. Jess, we have to walk. She takes a breath. Maybe it'll be okay if Paul is with her. Her legs begin to move. It's dark and quiet, except for the soft voices of men walking behind her. Her feet stumble across the cracked desert floor. She starts to cry quietly. Every step she takes feels like a death march. Within hours of Jessica's kidnapping, word spreads from her NGO to the FBI field office in Kenya and then to the U.S. intelligence community in Bethesda, Maryland. An alert goes out, an American citizen has been abducted in Somalia. Whenever a U.S. citizen is kidnapped anywhere in the world, the president is alerted. CIA director Leon Panetta interrupts a west wing meeting to bring president Obama a brief on Jessica's kidnapping. Panetta knows that the situation could escalate fast and end badly. Many hostages don't make it past the 24 hour mark. The question is, who is behind this and what do they want? There are any number of groups in Somalia that might have abducted a young American woman. It could be the pirates looking for a ransom or militants using her as a bartering chip or worse, Al shabaab, the terrorist group who executes hostages as a recruiting tool. There have been several public beheadings in the last few years. Terrorism and protecting U.S. citizens is at the forefront of the administration's mind. Just months earlier, president Obama ordered a raid in Pakistan that successfully killed Osama bin Laden. The architect of the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and The Pentagon. But they know that's just the tip of the iceberg. The part you can see. A kidnapped American is a high priority. No one wants to see another person die, especially.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"D.C. we go to world of national news advancing Tenants Thanks Tim well the Kremlin is signaling it's ready to keep talking with the west about security grievances that led to the current Ukraine crisis Former defense secretary Leon Panetta tells Bloomberg this though is still a dangerous moment What more that you have this concentration the more you build it up the more there's a chance that a mistake can be made and misjudgment can be made of a wrong move could be made that could obviously explode the situation Panetta says the proposed sanctions on Russia's energy sector are likely the biggest concern for Russian president Putin President Biden is marking four years since the Parkland high school shooting with a call for Americans to keep each other safe The president issued a statement for years to the day 17 people were killed inside Stoneman Douglas high He says the heartbreak of that day sparked an extraordinary movement that's making sure victims survivors and responsible gun owners voices are louder than those of gun makers and the National Rifle Association The president's efforts to pass tighter gun laws in his first year have come up short Michael Bloomberg foundered majority owner of Bloomberg radio parent company Bloomberg LP donates to groups that support gun control including every town for gun safety In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio The largest U.S. airlines have been working with the Biden administration for months to create a nationwide no fly list that would ban the worst of the unruly passengers from flying commercial airlines Sources tell Bloomberg news discussions of intensified and past 6 months among airlines trade groups unions TSA.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There are heavy hearts in Houston after an evening of fun on Friday at the astral world music festival turned deadly Crowds rushed the stage as rapper Travis Scott was performing causing a stampede that left 8 people dead At any time I could make out you know anything that's going on you know you know I just stopped the show and you know helped him get the help they need you know I could just never imagine a severe situation About 50,000 people were on hand at NRG park when it happened In addition to the 8 who died more than 300 people were treated at a field hospital that was set up nearby It's not the first time there have been injuries that a Travis Scott show in 2017 the rapper was arrested for allegedly encouraging his audience to rush the stage and he was arrested in 2015 for a similar incident at Lollapalooza Former defense secretary Leon Panetta says the heart of governing is working together and coming up with a compromise The inability of Republicans and Democrats to be able to really work together in order to resolve the issues facing our democracy Speaking at Fox News Sunday Panetta said there isn't a lot of working together going on right now in Washington And that's why it seems lawmakers are in constant gridlock He said he understands presidents like to do large things to build their legacy but he's not sure about everything that's included in the social spending package A California woman is accusing Southwest Airlines of racially profiling her family while traveling with her biracial daughter upon landing in Denver Mary McCarthy and her ten year old daughter were met by police officers in the jet way who according to a report were responding to a possible human trafficking reported by a flight attendant McCarthy says she now wants to hold the airline fully accountable and has retained an attorney who told CNN if her child had been white nobody would have raised an eyebrow Southwest responded saying they are conducting an internal review of the situation and will be reaching out to McCarthy with an apology.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"System. There's someone there for you all the time. They have a great team of highly trained security experts. Ready when you need them and as our listeners you can save twenty percent on your simplisafe security system and get your first month free when you sign up for interactive monitoring service just visit simplisafe dot com slash armstrong customize. the system. Start protecting your home your family your workshop with all your tools. Whatever you need protection for that simplisafe dot com slash armstrong. No more rando stimulus packages off your porch simplisafe dot com slash armstrong. so the next segment. We'll get into how the secretary of state date a couple interviews. Yesterday that were not well received by everyone on afghanistan state. And i want to squeeze in lots of that. So i'll keep this brief but there's a roller coaster at this Japanese amusement park that goes from zero to one hundred and twelve in one point. Five six seconds. And it's not one of those click. Click click up up up up up and over the top. No at the beginning of the ride. You're sitting there strapped into it. Takes off like a rocket sled and goes from zero to one hundred and twelve in a second and a half. That's crazy fast. Well they've had to shut down temporarily because the the local paper reports injuries including fractures to the necks chest backs cervical fracture thoracic spine fracture. And these are people in their thirties. Forties fifties the thing accelerate. So fast breaks your. Yeah i was gonna say. I would wanna have my head resting against something because that's what i worry about my neck well. The park said in a statement. The causal relationship between injuries and amusement machines has not yet been confirmed so i get off this thing with a broken neck and what. Let's not jump to conclusions. Maybe you had a broken neck when you showed up at the park today. Just didn't know it. I don't know i've broken. Two vertebrae on your ride over was on the right. Maybe the giant salted pretzels caused it. Yeah yeah. I don't know maybe bumped into something in a book your back before you got on the accelerate you like one of those g force experiments in the forties. I don't know that that sounds like elon. Musk's hyperloop doesn't it. That's what that's going to be. I think he is going to go ahead and accelerate bit more gently than i hope he's planning on as i like my neck in the shape twenty years and afghantistan. We're down to the last twenty four hours. Although former secretary of defense leon panetta said he believes we'll be going back in. He said i fully believe we're going to be going back in. Wow that's something. What secretary of state blinken said on one of the talk shows yesterday. And some of the reaction to it next getty. Oh geico knows there are many reasons why you ride from the exciting adventure of the daily commute to the peace of mind. That geico always has your back with twenty four seven access to claim service and legendary customer service but pamela. Mont had one reason in particular. My skin is extremely averse to most fabrics except for the soft buttery feeling of leather thankfully. I found my clan of leather lovers in the biking community. It's been life changing geigo motorcycle. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge brownie. Sure that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one free sample and geico. Saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance macadamia nut. I taste take one more sir. I thought so this team minutes could save you fifteen percents or more to show you how easy it.

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Reinvading Afghanistan Would Be a Disaster

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Reinvading Afghanistan Would Be a Disaster

"Next question here. Paul from iowa charlie. Do you think that we should reinvade afghanistan at this point. Thanks so much. No that would be a disaster and so let me make sure that you know that my position is clear. And how are our own opinion on this program is different than some of the neoconservative orthodoxy of some of the republicans. You are going to see paraded on television over the next couple of days ending the war afghanistan was the right move that donald trump had. How you ended is very important. If you find out that you have a tumor you don't take pocket and just start removing how you do something is very important but now many republicans and people that are part of the war industry want to reinvade afghanistan and stay their permanently. That would be a mistake on top of a mistake on top of mistake and to further the analogy. How you do something matters. You have to do heart surgery and you don't do it right. You kill the host if you do not do it exactly correctly and do it right. Well leon panetta went on television on cnn and said look. We're gonna have to go back into afghanistan to get isis. We're gonna have to go back in to get al qaeda. We can't leave the battlefield but we can. We can leave the battlefield. We can't leave the war on terrorism. Now one of the reasons why the war on terrorism is such a threat against america is because of our foolish immigration policies. We let in way too many people into our country including on traveler visas if we had a stricter regulation the flow of people into our country. It wouldn't matter is much. But leon panetta is part of the globalist project and open. Borders is part of that entire a kind of worldview. So therefore you need a neoconservative foreign policy perspective to justify the open borders and vice versa with international global trade

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"leon panetta" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Taliban had absolutely defied this agreement by not securing they keep their chromos to security. Access routes learfield. We are going to expand this operation on could more military. I'd get every single american out and start killing bad guys. Yeah we were killing. I mean is he going to continue in say how many guys we killed. How many wedding parties were drawn strength. No no that's that's obviously not what he means. Just bad guys. Good guys awesome. Do they know they're to set supposedly bad guys. We've got The taliban and isis k. But of course that was. I just want to read a couple more things this is. This is down the line on from from republican lawmakers. Gop senator ben sasse of nebraska released a statement urging bite into reverse course fight for people insisting quote weakness will accelerate bloodshed while pushing the administration to rip up the august thirty first deadline expand the perimeter beyond kabul marsha blackburn from tennessee. Also mentioned a forceful response from the president and saying that he must follow through on his word and make these terrorists pay. Does anyone care what. Dan crenshaw has to save. Fine why not. He says this war is clearly not ended. You can't unilaterally luna laterally and a war it takes two to tango awesome and these people will never stop fighting us. He said on fox news thursday morning. We should retake more airfields through country. It will take troops on the ground and a complete reassessment of our strategy. The military can do it. We need the political will to do it. That was also echoed. By senator lindsey graham. Let's bring up his tweet saying a urge the biden administration to reestablish our presence in bog room as an alternative to the kabul airport. So we do not leave our fellow citizens and thousands of afghan allies behind. It is not a capacity problem but a problem of will i honestly after twenty years. I don't know which is which at this point mr graham. But did we expect this rush of neo conservatives to come in even though this is a plan that president trump had put into play before he left well. So here's the deal. Do neoconservatives exists in the world. Of course they do right. And we know lindsey graham and crenshaw bloodthirsty and they are always going to push for more and more endless wars. The that's not the question. The question is do you platform them. And then you platform them to the exclusion of everyone else. And then on top of that. You know the three quarters of the country's for withdrawal of seventy three percent in a poll right. So do you put three quarters of your experts saying we should get al award issues with exit or do you do what cable news is done and make ninety nine percent of your experts. Pro-war neoconservative warhawks so the cable news. Does something ironic here. It has united the left wing and the right wing in nearly miraculous fashion. And here comes the extra miracle layered on top of neil liberals who are binding fan scoring well. This is absurd. This is just wall to wall propaganda for more war. Thank you for finally waking up and realizing. that's all the cable news does. I'm looking at horsecrap. Day peddled by the way every time these guys come on these warhawks. They're never challenged. Never get back into that in a second. But i just wanted to draw attention to two of the closer. You heard i guy said we got to go to kilmore bad guys wanna purposely dumb thing to say like okay. Yeah but who who are the bad guys. How do we kill them. And if it was that easy what we do it over the last twenty years but why like friend was referring to were. We accidentally killing goodguys. Yes so is that your confession right or were you not sure. Good guys or bad guys. Who do we kill you simpleton. And then there's no reporters on television and then they sit their own. Okay good or no says by our expert. We should kill more bad guys instead of. If you like anyone who's ten percent reporter would then turn around and say. Excuse me what do you mean by killing more bad guys. What a dumb thing to say anyway. And then crenshaw. He says these people will never stop fighting us. I love that irony. Says we should never stop fighting them and then he says they will never stop biting us. No you schmuck. You're making argument that we should never stop fighting them. And it's like the oldest and by the way bigoted islamophobic you name it Talking point there is all these people understand violence. It's the same reason. Israel's been doing occupation for decade. After i k palestinians muslims all the understand violence. That's why we have to commit violence upon them endlessly. I'm so sick of it by the way. I have a different idea by you. Guys real quick How about we get out the way and let the taliban and isis a fight one another. Oh then that way. The bad guys kill each other instead of us standing the middle and taking all the bullets but does on tv. Don't say it on tv logic. Faxon reason not allowed on cable news. Yeah also want to point out that leon panetta is. It's never mentioned when he's introduced providing analysis that he is a. he's a defense contractor. The intercept is in a great job. following the former defense and intelligence officials who've been making the rounds on cable news to call for further engagement in afghanistan in the middle east large without disclosing their ties to the military industrial complex. Begin glow beacon global strategies. As where leon panetta is a senior advisor. That's a defense contractor but that rhetoric. You're seeing that language. you're seeing. Kill the bad guys and also there was a tweet that went around yesterday from a conservative commentator toddstarnes that said for every one american killed we need to destroy an entire afghan that kind of mindset is genocidal and rooted in a jingoism that infects our foreign policy where we see people around the world as inferior in sub where their lives if if they die even to an existential amount more than than americans is. Just totally dismissed. They're never give the same sort of dignity or respect that americans are and it also implies like the we gotta kill the bad guys that are caused is always noble. Injust and now we're talking about an invasion. Think about that thing about how little that makes sense so to pushback on that rhetoric is important. But you're never going to see that on cnn in many cases not even on msnbc. Yeah i just wanted to jump in and say you know. I think a lot of us have imagined that the neoconservative sort of war hawk mindset was kind of like you know on the back burner a little bit considering. The trump was one of the only republican candidates in two thousand sixteen to actually speak against the iraq and afghanistan wars right and that seemed to be gaining traction. And you gotta to realize like america first and that jingoism is not about not intervening. It's about wayne. You intervene just bludgeoning. It's about more bombs. More strikes we know that trump up to the number of drone strikes in afghanistan and pakistan into eighties eighties. Not this what they don't have is the idea that we should nation built right like that sort of liberal line that sort of a benevolent global cop line of of the clintons like let's go spread democracy. Republicans would have any interest in democracy. I think both our interventionist and both are wrong but it is interesting to remember that. Like at their heart. They're like under no war. Good more war. Just more dead people. But you mentioned leon panetta jordan and i want to go to him obviously. He's not disclosing his weapon. Weapons manufacturers ties year and his lobbyist ties to the weapons industry but he has been making the rounds. Here he is on meet the press This is former cia director. Leon panetta we.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Thirteen american ranger dead and corman among them navy. Cormon and many are wounded and being evacuated to germany. Evacuations have resumed at kabul airport. Security is still being handled jointly between the taliban and the united states marines on the wall. Up two thousand one hundred eligible afghans will be left behind that are eligible to britain. We don't know. The number of americans are going to be left behind. President biden last night in halting address that left everyone wondering whether or not he actually is going to make it. He looked frail and frazzled. And of course he. I think he's overwhelmed. The exit will continue and the americans will be left behind and he gave us assurances just like he gave his assurances that kabul wooden fall and just like. He gave us assurances. The airport was safe. He gave us assurances. We'll get those americans out. I don't believe it. I think this is a catastrophe. But i've been saying that for weeks last night. Leon panetta secretary of defense under president. Obama said this erin. Burnett on cnn. About what does the head cut. Thirty one bottom line is that our work is not done in afghanistan. i know we'll be removing our troops by a certain day about the bottom line is our our work is not done. We're going to have to go after isis. I'm glad the president said that we're going to hunt them down and make them pay a price for what they did in killing our our warriors and we should. We're going to have to go back in. He did isis or probably going to go have to go back in a win. Al qaeda resurrects itself as they will with this taliban. They gave safe haven to the kind of before. They'll do it again. So yeah you know. I understand that we're trying to get our troops out of there but the bottom line is we can leave a battlefield but we can't leave the war on terrorism which still is a threat to our security.

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Leon Panetta Says US Troops Will Need to Return to Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Leon Panetta Says US Troops Will Need to Return to Afghanistan

"Thirteen american ranger dead and corman among them navy. Cormon and many are wounded and being evacuated to germany. Evacuations have resumed at kabul airport. Security is still being handled jointly between the taliban and the united states marines on the wall. Up two thousand one hundred eligible afghans will be left behind that are eligible to britain. We don't know. The number of americans are going to be left behind. President biden last night in halting address that left everyone wondering whether or not he actually is going to make it. He looked frail and frazzled. And of course he. I think he's overwhelmed. The exit will continue and the americans will be left behind and he gave us assurances just like he gave his assurances that kabul wooden fall and just like. He gave us assurances. The airport was safe. He gave us assurances. We'll get those americans out. I don't believe it. I think this is a catastrophe. But i've been saying that for weeks last night. Leon panetta secretary of defense under president. Obama said this erin. Burnett on cnn. About what does the head cut. Thirty one bottom line is that our work is not done in afghanistan. i know we'll be removing our troops by a certain day about the bottom line is our our work is not done. We're going to have to go after isis. I'm glad the president said that we're going to hunt them down and make them pay a price for what they did in killing our our warriors and we should. We're going to have to go back in. He did isis or probably going to go have to go back in a win. Al qaeda resurrects itself as they will with this taliban. They gave safe haven to the kind of before. They'll do it again. So yeah you know. I understand that we're trying to get our troops out of there but the bottom line is we can leave a battlefield but we can't leave the war on terrorism which still is a threat to our security.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Nancy will end of you listening. You know she's like an amazing amazing publicist. I remember this. Walking drivers premier remember another prominent publicist yelled to her. Good luck with the rape film. I feel for you pal. And i swear to. You know it's easy now like we're like wait. Why but no. And it will open at sundance. It was like a su-nam was like un believable well and so that one wins the audience award. It's unanswered gets an oscar nomination of its own. So now you're in the club as well at that point. Amy and i guess. I think it seems like the last thing there were a few. There are few legacies of that one rate first of all there were pretty immediate changes as a result of i think then secretary of defense was boorda. Leon panetta seeing it at that point right. So i want to ask about that may be curvy if you wanna just catch us up on the immediate impact but then also how the the roadshow aspect of just having to sell these phones led to the next one which was the hunting ground. Yes yeah so. I think leon panetta saw the film within a couple of weeks few weeks after it premiered sundance and shortly thereafter. I can i can. I jump in. Actually 'cause that was actually different so what happened was it opens and like standing ovations people in tears. Someone grabs me jearl. Drexel's grozny says you have to find corey and come out into the lobby. Corey was our lead heroine and out in the lobby gerald pulls over this other person who will remain unnamed but was a prominent big guy. You know how you know how sundance is like you know like the one like the davos of like a everybody's somebody so this guy in the audience was a super big deal on a lovely lovely manage. She pulls him over and pulls them to corey and he looks. According to says your. I'll take care of you like your operation. it's done. I don't know what other film does that. I still have thinking about it. And i'm like what and of course like why he's like because she had had. She had been physically assaulted and sexually assaulted her. As a result she could only baby food. You know her jaw was broken and she couldn't And the military wouldn't and so. I knew we knew like and then the next day. Kirby do that junk at sundance and you need the reporters. You've done it right and so we're sitting there and we're doing the interview after interview. And trina who's also in our film came a subject sometimes join you and in the middle of one interview. Trina comes in and sits down and a male reporter started actively crying like ptsd reaction just seeing her. So i was like okay..

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Lloyd Austin testifies at hearing to be defense secretary

Fresh Air

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Lloyd Austin testifies at hearing to be defense secretary

"Another nominee facing Senate scrutiny today is Biden's choice for defense secretary retired General Lloyd Austin. He needs a waiver for the job since he has not been out of the military for more than seven years. NPR's Tom Bowman reports. 15 former Pentagon officials have endorsed Austin. Those endorsing Austin include officials who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations, such as President Obama's defense chief Leon Panetta, and James Roach, the Air Force secretary under President George W. Bush. Officials said. Austin is well versed on threats abroad as well as those at home, including quote the national security imperative of rooting out white supremacy from the force. Austin is a West Point graduate who spent most of his career focusing on the Middle East, serving on combat duty in Iraq and overseeing the region as the top officer. The Senate committee will likely focus on Austin's views about continued combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as a security threat of a rising China.

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Defense Secretary Nominee Lloyd Austin Testifies at Confirmation Hearing

Morning Edition

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Defense Secretary Nominee Lloyd Austin Testifies at Confirmation Hearing

"President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees have confirmation hearings today. Among them is Defense secretary nominee retired General Lloyd Austin. He needs a waiver for the job since he hasn't been out of the military for more than seven years. NPR's Tom Bowman reports Austin has been endorsed by 15 former top Pentagon officials. Those endorsing Austin include officials who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations, such as President Obama's defense chief Leon Panetta, and James Roach, the Air Force secretary under President George W. Bush. The officials said. Austin is well versed on threats abroad as well as those at home, including quote the national security imperative of rooting out white supremacy from the force. Austin is a West Point graduate who spent most of his career focusing on the Middle East, serving on combat duty in Iraq and overseeing the region as the top officer. The Senate committee will likely focus on Austin's views about continued combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as the security threat of a rising China.

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"leon panetta" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"leon panetta" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leaky pipe clogged toilet Broken water heater Bayshore Plumber 650. 323 64 64 6503 to 3 64 64 Bayshore plumbers. There is growing evidence that the insurrection in Washington D. C was intricately planned. Kjos Red Burkhardt reporting. A former CIA director is speaking out. Former Secretary of Defense and CIA director Leon Panetta tells the morning show with making Maduro that everything needs to be investigated, including whether there was cooperation from inside the Capitol building. People are responsible and the Should be held responsible. Some have reside but very frankly, I'm not satisfied with the with the answers so far, because they really don't go to the heart. Just exactly what collapsed here. What failed that allowed the capital of the United States to be successfully attacked and that us as it struck him is very strange that security precautions were not taken when the FBI warned of a potential attack before last Wednesday, he calls it the biggest failure of security he has ever experienced. Breitbart card KGO A 10 Santa Clara County has reached a grim milestone of 1000 deaths from covert 19 health officer, Dr Sarah Cody says it's a harsh reality at the Corona virus continues to be extremely widespread in the county and throughout the state on Lee 5% of ICU beds are available in Santa Clara County. Cody says vaccinations are underway, but it will take months to reach a high level of coverage and protection in the community. The western monarch butterfly population hitting a record low in Marin County, a new report says there were fewer than 200 of them counted in Marin last year to 99% drop from 2015, and there were fewer than 2000 of the butterflies counted in.

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Trump under fire over Syria withdrawal

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

Trump under fire over Syria withdrawal

"Trump receiving? Both criticism and support on the Sunday. Talk shows for his decision to pull troops out of Syria. USA radio's Rick Vincent with the story. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta went on Fox News study strongly criticized President Trump's announcement of troop withdrawal from Sheree NF ghanistan saying the move sends a terrible message to the United States allies around the globe and threatens the country's national security the question and the president asked to decide whether he upholds his oath of office, president United States to protect our security for whether simply going to move forward and fulfill campaign promises Kentucky Republican Senator rand Paul CNN's state of the union praised the president for deciding to pull out of Syria. Leaving. For USA radio news. I'm Rick

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Worst passwords list is out

Rich Stevens

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Worst passwords list is out

"I love, you admin football monkey and password one. And I'm also sad to report that the password sixty nine sixty nine sixty nine hasn't made to listens. Twenty fourteen. Stop ready. Stop being so mature American. I mean, come on. How dumb do you gotta be to use your oh wasn't Leon Panetta who got hacked because his password was password. I mean, here's the deal. Let's let's be real. There are so many sites that we all need passwords for and it's very hard to remember every single password. And by the way, I'm the worst. I said I'll give an example, I set up an account for CitiBank on Saturday night. I wanted to get one of those cards are the Costco city card. No, I do not know. But okay, they used to take American Express. And now, they only take a visa MasterCard. And no American Express. And if you get the city Cosco card, then you you

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Trump to skip two major summits in Asia

CBS Sports Radio

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Trump to skip two major summits in Asia

"About ninety day. Clock and having this new. Agreement come into place before the new Mexican government comes into place about whether. Or not all of. That ends up playing out, the, way the president and his Negotiators envision is it remains. To be seen there are a number of pickups that can come along, the way I of which may be, that, candidate may not sign onto the deal which would push things beyond that ninety day, time line, we'll say the US and Canada have agreed to resume talks on Wednesday that's after. Talks last week break off obviously without, an agreement and speaking of trade and, spending Japan's. Second quarter

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Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American

"Ahead of the November midterms there's. A report that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren as a law professor in, the nineteen nineties was not based on any assertion that she has native American heritage the globe reports interviews and. Documents show the issue was not considered by Harvard law. Faculty or those who hired the now US Senator two jobs at other schools critics have said Warren advanced her career claiming she's a distant descendant. Of Cherokee and Delaware tribes perhaps Warren's biggest attractor. President Trump has repeatedly referred to her as Pocahontas in mocking her claims of heritage Warren is posting documents on our website related to her job in school, applications and is again saying. Her heritage played no role and. Getting her hired

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12 former top intelligence officials criticize Trump for pulling security clearance

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

12 former top intelligence officials criticize Trump for pulling security clearance

"Coleman a dozen former CIA leaders. Have signed a letter supporting ex a. director John Brennan in his feud with President Trump NPR's. Greg says it's unusual for the intelligence, chiefs to, criticize the, White House the twelve former, CIA directors and, deputy director, say they, feel compelled, to address what they call the impressive dented remarks and actions by the White House President. Trump on Wednesday accused, Brennan of a Radic behavior and revoked his security clearance Brennan is a sharp critic of the president and. The former intelligence officials stress they don't all, agree. With his comments about Trump but they defend Brennan's right to speak out adding we have never before seen the approval or removal of security clearances used as a political tool signatories include former. CIA director's, Michael Hayden Robert. Gates Leon Panetta and David

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Jeffrey Yohai, ex-son in law of Paul Manafort, cooperating in investigation

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Jeffrey Yohai, ex-son in law of Paul Manafort, cooperating in investigation

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