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"lesley" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:58 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He did not look up once at the screen, and then after game 6, the loss in LA, which brought back to game 7 in the garden, Larry Bird was sleeping on the LA on the LAX concourse waiting to board the flight. That's how different the culture was. And nobody went up to him and now everyone would have had a phone crept in and taken a selfie with a sleeping Larry Bird. They wouldn't be near him. Oh, if that were the case now, yeah. But I remember once, I mean, things that come back to me that just show how distinct the cultures were, match up one time told me that he said to vlade divac, vladi, in this country, we don't smoke at halftime. I mean, isn't that an amazing? And by the way, as ewell attest, interviewing vlade, you always got a delicious whiff of body odor mixed with cigarettes and oftentimes a little bottle could too. I mean, you never knew what we were going to get when you interviewed him. Sweating was the worst. Like Walton claims he was one of the big sweaters, but I mean, I had Patrick Ewing. After postgame, Moses Malone, I mean, rivers rivers. Yeah, Karl Malone was one of those guys that you almost asked him to towel down before you interviewed him for fear of being shellac or coated with sweat. Leslie, when what was the moment that you realized I made it? Oh, I don't think I ever had that moment. My most profound was CBS Ted shaker sent me to the fall of the Berlin Wall, and that was just, you know, one of the stories of the century and as I mentioned, my dad had grown up in the Netherlands and they were under the Nazi boot for 5 years, Rotterdam was bombed in 40, liberated in 45. So for me to be at the fall of the Berlin Wall and see people come through that Brandenburg gate from East Germany, I just can't tell you it was just so profound for me. Yeah, I would say that, you know, I mean, being on the field for some pretty major super bowls, you know, we're great. I have one funny story that I worked for a little while. You did too for real sports, and they sent me to Shanghai for a week. It was the first interview Yao did before he came before he entered the NBA draft. And as you know, when you do a story in a communist country, it's very involved. You have the government minder. You have the interpreter. You have somebody else watching over you. Of course, I would have somebody like you, there's a producer. So there's just all these people. So every question has to go through all these people, right? Would you ask, yeah, and then it goes to three other people, and the translator, and then it goes back and you get the answer. The very last day, the last question I asked Yao Ming was, he made a $20,000 for the Shanghai sharks. And so my last question was, yeah, you're about to enter the NBA. You know, you're going to go from making $20,000 to and he cuts me off, looks at me and says, I'll get used to it. So I guess the whole week was like a joke. How do you remember everything so well? I do. You know why? I'll give you the secret to that. What if I switch these? Lou was this going to work better? All right, I'll try this. I'm sorry to your audience. It's really unprofessional. All right. I mean, this is podcasting. It's relaxed. It goes, yeah. I had a secret, you know, I had mentors and thank you so much for calling me one of yours, but I had a lot of mentors to happen to all be men because they were not women. But one of them was the great red Smith, who was the first sports writer to win the Pulitzer Prize at The New York Times. And red had a tradition at The Kentucky Derby, he would ask a young writer to walk the infield with him, and that was before it was corporate. It was just all college kids, you know, they had their booze in shopping carts. And so one year read asked me, which is like being anointed. And we're walking through the infield at the Derby, stepping over kids, who've passed out, and red said to me, Leslie, I have one piece of advice for you in your career, wherever you are, make a memory. And I did. So I have those postcards in my head. I can see Yao saying it. I can see the people coming through the Brandenburg gate. So you would stop and allow it to imprint in your mind. Exactly. Exactly. I didn't even before I knew I would have to ask questions. You know, I wanted to make a memory of what was happening at the end of the final four. Jim valvano running around or what was Derek whittenburg doing who claims it was a pass, of course it was, and it was an air ball. But I wanted to have that for myself. So, you know, I have, I have lots of those. I've kept them. For so many more stories, guys, listen to in conversation, Leslie's podcast that she has with SiriusXM because she has incredible guests on. She mentioned Keith Hernandez, but also she shares a lot of stories like this. I want to be cognizant of your time because it's, you know, there's nothing worse than having an interview that never ends. So do you have a couple two or three more minutes? Yes, I do, and I would say one thing is the best besides my mom and what red Smith told me. And you've heard this a lot before, but people should really try to imprint this, I think, on themselves, is of course you've heard the great Billie Jean King who won 20 Wimbledon finals, right? Singles, doubles mixed doubles, always in the Wimbledon final. And she was asked, what is the pressure of all was being in the Wimbledon final, and her answer changed the chemistry of my brain. She looked like she didn't understand the question, and she said, are you kidding? Pressure is a privilege. So what about the pressure that you felt though? It may be a privilege, but it's pressure nonetheless that you've been the first of everything. You've been the first woman in the NFL Hall of Fame. Every broadcasting award, this year you're being honored at the Emmys. You were the first to do everything. You were the first woman, as you said, to do a trophy presentation and the last, by the way. You were the first woman and we read the list of accolades before you came on, but how do you rationalize that within? The pressure that you had, and yet you performed at the highest level for so long. I think in the beginning, I was probably protected by my innocence,.

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"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"It? Oh, I don't think I ever had that moment. My most profound was CBS Ted shaker sent me to the fall of the Berlin Wall, and that was just, you know, one of the stories of the century and as I mentioned, my dad had grown up in the Netherlands and they were under the Nazi boot for 5 years, Rotterdam was bombed in 40 liberated in 45. So for me to be at the fall of the Berlin Wall and see people come through that Brandenburg gate from East Germany, I just can't tell you it was just so profound for me. Yeah, I would say that, you know, I mean, being on the field for some pretty major super bowls, you know, we're great. I have one funny story that I worked for a little while. You did too for real sports, and they sent me to Shanghai for a week. It was the first interview Yao did before he came before he entered the NBA draft. And as you know, when you do a story in a communist country, it's very involved. You have the government minder. You have the interpreter. You have somebody else watching over you. Of course, I would have somebody like you, there's a producer. So there's just all these people. So every question has to go through all these people, right? Would you ask, yeah, and then it goes to three other people, and the translator, and then it goes back and you get the answer. The very last day, the last question I asked Yao Ming was, he made a $20,000 for the Shanghai sharks. And so my last question was, yeah, you're about to enter the NBA. You know, you're going to go from making $20,000 to and he cuts me off, looks at me and says, I'll get used to it. So I guess the whole week was like a joke. How do you remember everything so well? I do. You know why? I'll give you the secret to that. What if I switch these?.

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"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"So that series was just tremendous game 7 Jerry West income. He never went to game 7s because he'd lost 6 titles to the Celtics, so he didn't even come to the garden, then in 86, when they met again, the Celtics of course beat Houston in they beat the rockets in 85, but now it was back to the Lakers again. So that was wild. And that was the one that Bill Walton came to the team, Bill Walton, was the Celtic 6th man, and he said that he got out of clipper hell. He had Donald Sterling got out of clipper hell and coming to the Celtics was his Salvation, even though he was half broken down. And just to show you how great he was in that team was, ML Carr picked up Bill Walton at the airport when he went to the Celtics, and the first thing Bill Walton did was drive to Robert parish's house to tell him I am not here to take your job. And when Paris went into the Hall of Fame, he asked Bill to be as presenter. So that was wild. Who was your favorite of them all the interview? Oh, I loved magic. You know, and I loved I actually didn't get to know Paris till after. He never talked to us. He didn't talk to anybody. But moon bird was a riot, you know, bird was I did a Super Bowl commercial. How about this? They called. And first they called me personally. And they said, Leslie, do you want to do this was the Super Bowl in like 90? Remember they played horse, Larry and magic. Okay, so they called and said, Leslie, do you want to do a commercial? With Michael Jordan and Larry Bird for McDonald's for the Super Bowl, and I said, are you kidding me? I'll pay you. So my agent was like, what? You just cost yourself so much money, but it was one of those ones where they played horse, and it was through the goal posts near the bench off Leslie visitor's head and I remember that. It was unbelievable. And they had to do it a million times. They'd rented out the old orange bowl, painted it, you know, McDonald's had huge money. And Larry couldn't say my name. I'd known the guy for 20, whatever years. And so I would say, you know, through the bench near the goalposts of Elizabeth's head cut, no Larry, you have to say Leslie, this is head. So like I had a migraine, you know? 18th take ridiculous. I mean, that's a ridiculous memory to have Leslie. I mean, to be in one of the probably the biggest commercials in the history of television. I mean, that not being hyperbolic. I mean, I remember that so well because I had magic and Larry on the back of my door in Dartmouth Massachusetts. I'm just saying, but also because that translated everywhere, the NBA became a huge sensation with that partnership of magic and there. I mean, I mean, who didn't try to imitate Magic Johnson saying but Larry Bird, I mean, it was just there was something so fun and friendly and intimate about that crazy rivalry..

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"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"I want to go back to Boston. And I want to go back to your first jobs. When you walked into the globe, either as an intern or when you got your first job, what was the reaction from the guys in the newsroom? Because newsrooms are notoriously difficult. Oh, for me, it was like, you know, that was the book heaven is a playground for me, heaven is The Boston Globe sports department. We were, they were the 27 Yankees. Every single person we win every year write the greatest sports section in America. And every single person was the best at his position, Peter gammons was the best baseball bob Ryan best basketball, when McDonald's best football bud Collins taught America tennis. He's the person who taught America how to follow how to watch tennis. So I think they were great to me because they were so secure in their own each one had a slice of the pizza that they were the best that they were are columnists were LeMond fill and rap Fitzgerald. Dan, as you know, shaughnessy, and Kevin DuPont and I, where the high school writers, when I first got there, so it was everybody was comfortable and it was a hang. You know, one thing I lament now being around press boxes is that people don't hang. It doesn't seem to be, you know, we'd all go to runions, we'd all go wherever it was and you talk ball and you'd tell funny stories and I don't know. That or maybe exaggerating it in my head, but I don't think so. I don't think so. I remember running is only too well. And also you're right. You do your work. This is what I, again, when I was a kid growing up and I used to pal around with Dan shaughnessy and he would let me tag along and go to games. He loves you, Susie. I hope rich isn't listening. Oh my God, is that a crush on you for like 30 years? Yeah, don't worry, rich isn't listening. Notice she didn't deny it. It was that rich as a listener. Don't worry. He's not listening. He's just going to pull a good he's going to pull a good clip and put it on the rich eisen show and then we're going to move on down the road. So you know, we used to go, we used to go out. He would file his he'd send me to the locker room. I'd get my quotes from Willie mcginest and Chris Slade and Drew Bledsoe who I just thought was dreamy. And then he would file and then we'd go have some drinks..

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"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"Hi guys, thanks for coming back for another edition of just getting started. I am Susie Schuster and today is a day that I was actually nervous before we taped this conversation with the great Leslie visitor. I was her intern in 1994. I got super lucky. There was an ad on the wall at Columbia looking for an intern for CBS sports. I went downtown because at the time, a 116th street downtown 50th street, it's not downtown. It's midtown. I thought it was downtown. A snuck past the security guard and the guy named Brent Andrew interviewed me, IBS a little bit. I got the internship and I found myself three months later on a flight that my mom paid for to the final four. And this is the year the Arkansas razorbacks won my brother had to tell me the starting 5 on a Delta cocktail napkin. And I got to be an intern for CBS sports and what happened changed my life. This is how I got started. Leslie bister took me aside. She was wearing a red blazer at the time. She always wore a power red blazer. And she took me under her wing. She taught me the ropes. She gave me her number. We didn't have emails. And she said, stay in touch, and here's the best advice you could ever have. She said, turn off the TV, watch games without sound. If you know what's going on, then you're good enough and you know what's happening. She said, but be organized and be prepared, never be afraid to ask more questions and know your stuff. Leslie visser is the reason why I'm sitting in this chair today. And she is going to be my guest on just getting started. I'm going to take a minute and read to you her accolades because this is bananas. Voted the number one female sportscaster of all time by the national sportscasters of America, visitors in 7 halls of fame. I mean, 7 was named a Muhammad Ali daughter of greatness in one Billie Jean King's only outstanding journalist award. She is the first woman to be enshrined in the pro football Hall of Fame. The first woman to report from a Super Bowl sideline, the first woman on Monday Night Football, the only woman to have presented the championship Lombardi trophy at the Super Bowl. She was the first woman NFL analyst in both radio and TV in the first female sportscaster to carry the Olympic torch. She's the first woman to win this sports Emmy lifetime achievement award. The first woman to win the BFO a lifetime achievement in her 45 year career..

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"lesley" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"lesley" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Lesley Stahl how this woman has a job and shows her face in public It's got to be horrifying Imagine being related to this person People are changing their names right now They're like Joe stahl I'm like ah it's Joe stony like the vodka that's not stall It's totally I was still yes or no no no You just said it right Here you go Here's Lesley Stahl Air quotes here journalists check this out The music is the biggest issue to campaign on I think it's I think it's one of the biggest scandals I've ever seen And you don't cover it Do you want to talk about it Well because it can be verified You want to talk about insignificant things I'm telling you of course it can be verified They found a laptop Leslie listening What can't be verified Why you said that Even the family has the family on the left he's gone into hiding for 5 days he's got into hiding He's preparing for your domain Oh it's taken him 5 days to prepare I doubt it Okay All right And you take this is really liberals you take this person seriously Leslie stahl We can't verify laptop So just to be clear the entire leftist media apparatus which for 5 years told us Trump colluded with the Russians based on a discredited debunked black ledger at a fake dossier that could never be verified because he were all fake They were free to report on that But a laptop signed for by Hunter Biden with Hunter Biden's phone number with Hunter Biden's address and pictures and emails of Hunter Biden dropped off by Hunter Biden There's no way There's no way to clarify it Leslie stall 60 minutes 60 morons That's what you call it That's how many morons it took to screw together that story 60 How many morons does it take to create a dumpster 60 60 more It's just like 60 minutes Oh I've got more of this coming up next including a super cut of idiots all telling you this was Russian disinformation We'll be right back.

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"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Because i've said it quite a few interviews now but it does. Put me off an actress when i look at her. And you can just see things on movie annette annette trying to portray you know. So cold regula women women. You wouldn't have access to that kind of treat and wouldn't have the money to do this kind of procedures It's not banging on a tour if he can't do this woman's hour can you do. I've got i've got to ask. How are you preparing for for life as margaret your gang into the crown. And we've had vanessa kirby on very recently. And i'm very intrigued. How does one prepare to be princess. Margaret well no. I've known as playing the role for two years so a read the books and that's kind of really all you can do watch any particular time. I went right up to the beginning of her life and looked own. And then you start to listen to her in the more recent his field has been. I'll be playing And obviously watch vanessa. I'm helen down such brilliant interpretations offer because ultimately on taking over from ben. And so i. I was going to say. Are we gonna choose to preparing for the queen. Yeah she talks about marching around her garden. Trying to get it right. I mean if you i know. We've been in lockdown but prior to that. Because you have known for awhile. Did you insist you had to go to mystique and have a cigarette holder. Champagne on tap. I didn't actually being to mystique a very long time ago and I i missed meeting princess margaret. I one nine to come home because low stories go. I have missed isis. And i had to fly her. A and i was invited where i was saying to be a house. Guest of princess margaret's n- apparently that night she was playing the drums. Oh i mean i mean really is a is a thief of a happy life anywhere. No suffered it myself but to miss out on playing ops. Thanks biscuit leslie but what a great story so thank you so much. That is on maria on channel. Four this evening at nine o'clock lovely to talk to you. Thank you for your company today. We'll be back tomorrow at ten. That's all for today's women's are thank you so much for your time. Join.

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"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Do anything else to make me happy. I'm perfectly happy. Yeah you sound as my cool playing john. I am maria. Say on channel four this evening at nine or you can only find on demand at all four online. Let's talk now to lesley manville. Good morning morning she. She doesn't sound great. Does she know no she's not. I mean it's definitely stuff brewing. That's probably been brewing for years and yet the program tonight so You come in and you. You see the kind of boil busting as it were. I know that you you are keen to try and show you how women are yours yours. You're sixty five. Believe all i actually are over a certain age rather than what we think they should be. Yeah i mean. I spend quite her. It is quite possible thing because some I encounter a lot of women who kind of feeling if therapy sixty but is some kind of winding down happening at. I personally don't feel remotely. But but the whole story lab. Maria came the box collaborating with dominic savage the director. And that's what he's done with all of the programs in the series And i've read a piece in the paper some years ago about the highest divorce rate in the uk. Being the other fifty. Five's and the most leaders divorces were instigated by the women. And i thought that was really interesting thing that you know. The kids left school in your left. You're left with this person that you've done it with a and you hopefully looking another. Who knows twenty thirty years of life and you. Maybe don't wanna live with a compromise. You've been living with and hugh wants to be free and have the freedom to live your life in the way that you want to limit. So that's how it sort of came about and then we thought it would be more interesting for the story you know. The marriage is not a bad one. You can't look it and say well. He's a horrible guy you know he's you can see why he would took she'd want to run away from me..

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"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I don't if you're able to hear first few conversations on the program this morning. Those whites appear to be draining away as you say. Throw or pass your child over barbed wire. If you think it's going to be a good life for yourself or for them. I completely agree i. I'm i'm absolutely horrified at what we're hearing and i did hear your earlier that speakers and i totally agree with them. At what can afghan women do other than panic. You know it's only twenty years ago. It's in ban lifetime certainly in ma and grandma's lifetime that they were not even second closets. I missed the homes inside but why surprised if may wiser prime minister budgeting women's rights as a success story if they're not sustainable there in lies the issue doesn't it. I mean we've had twenty years of an extraordinary improvement in the possibilities and the rights of women and it is devastating to see their fears. That that's all now going to go away. And i have to say i do not feel confident that the taliban are gone to suddenly demonstrate that completely changed now things again to be women. I'm very very concerned about it. To bring your attention and our attention to what. You've you've been working on in this country you've been focusing on very young children and babies and unconcerned about delayed development and i know in particular caused by isolation what what are your findings that needs to change what we need to do differently for very young children here in the uk ultimately. It's about putting the baby at the center of everything we do so for some families. It's absolutely donald to have a baby. They love it. State take to it like a duck to water and it's all easy but for so many families We know one in five. Mums one in ten dad's Suffer from post as depression families are desperately trying to get health just with questions back crying sleeping feeding cetera. Who really struggle with us. So actually what my review is doing is putting the baby center of it and looking at six key action areas. The first really transformational for babies in there carries which are ensuring every family gets a joined up setup stop for life services in the local area that every.

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"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Four is a number. You need to tax me here. At women's are you can get in touch with me over social media at bbc women's our email me through our website should also say also on today's program the drive to boost adoption in this country and what needs to change will be hearing from two women who have adopted and i'll be joined by the actor lesley manville. Who'd be talking about her latest work and mission to show older women as they actually are but first to get the latest about. What's happening in afghanistan out. With of course specific focus on women that we were hearing yesterday will form the bulk of those who are able to come to this country as refugees from afghanistan. let's go to my bbc. collie sekundar kamani squander. I believe you're you're in kabul. Yes that's what i've been in. Kabul arrived yesterday And there's a to the airport where there's still continuing chaotic scenes just getting reports actually at the moment of Heavy gunfire in the area. When i was there yesterday at the taliban firing into the air to try and control the crowd beating people with with sticks and whips at times and is a very very distressing situation there. It's a couple of thousand. People perhaps camped outside the main entrance many women and young children there. I spoke to one woman with. I think three young children. She said that he never lost five days. That family like many of the ones who were outside the civilian part of the airport. Don't actually have any documentation or any visa. That's been granted to them. They've just kind of turned up really in the in the desperate hope of being able to get out of the country unfortunately for them. The seems very unlikely that that will be possible. there are others of course who had been granted permission by western or other international embassies and being evacuated now is not always easy for them though partly because of the chaotic situation partly because of the attitude of the taliban For some of those off guns to to to get out and so we've had reports for example of a baby being passed over the barbed wire to american soldiers by one desperate family according to to to to.

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"lesley" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Biggies triple headers. I'm a little bit surprised that it doesn't sound after all of these years like your enthusiasm has dampened. Usually when people work in a job or around a thing for a long time and their experiences are some of their experiences aren't good they see too much of the beast to still have the same enthusiasm for it. It doesn't seem like your spirit for this stuff has waned very much. No no it really hasn't and I'm taking a little side path here. Like i'm outraged that the astros front office lodged a complaint against the yankee fans yelling at them. The only time my life. I'm a born bred and blood. Red sox fan that. I would side with yankee fans but i mean yeah so i still get thrilled. I still get outraged but I think it's You know it's not a place now. Cbs where. I can pitch stories that i really want to do and and i've been able to do them. I mean i am witnessed to and so grateful for like the history of protests of athletes protesting in this country which not just jackie robinson but probably paul robeson. But then you know that you pull that thread through right from becky robinson. Did jim brown bill. Russell kareem than onto billie jean arthur. Ashe coming through to capture neck. And i pitched a story to do For the super bowl the super bowl this year on doug williams because of course doug played in tampa when it really was the south. He said you going further south and it was the gulf and you know he would get watermelons in the mail. I mean just really a horrific time and then of course. It became the first african american to win the super bowl. So i get to have some. You know history and perspective that i'm appreciative. I love the role. I have now. But you don't view yourself as doug williams because people did things akin to that too you well. I remember the super bowl in miami. Where it was lovey smith and tony dungee and i was the emcee for the night..

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"lesley" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Now i know sam very well and i think for about thirty years now i worn his actual jersey that he gave me so. That was a big step up. So the celtics guard sam. Jones was your halloween costume. For how long now Sixty years so every year exer- right behind this thick sir stem and every year on halloween. That sam nine a couple years ago and everyone. Halloween he calls me and says leslie. Please don't dress up on your in your sixties. please i say no. I don't care my idol and so why sports writer. What was the back story on. Why that was the path you chose and knew you wanted to choose before you were ten years old. I think it's not unlike the reason you may be got into it because The same way other kids want him. They love poetry. They love music. I just loved. I loved sports. I thought it was great meritocracy into some based on family money and also it's it's it is true reality television and you don't know what will happen. How many times we say. I can't believe that because it just it never happens and to have that opportunity. I wanna carnegie foundation grant my Sophomore or junior year in college. And people think it's the eighteen hundreds but the grant was open to women across america. There were twenty of them given who wanted to go into jobs that were five percent male. Which really all white collared jobs were. And i think a woman from michigan got it for archaeology and i got it for sports writing which was wild so this summer of nineteen seventy four. I was at the boston globe. And you know as you know a rockstar paper. Seventy four. when. I was the intern. There was the summer. Nixon resigned and of course. The boston globe had been a big muscular. It is so liberal paper and Our editor tom winches had gone to harvard. Is roommate was ben bradlee so both newsrooms. Everyone's seen all the president's men they were laid out the same and there was a big cake. Was the august. Eighth seventy four. You know just that the end it was like a sixty foot cake and then seventy five. When i went there full time That was of course. The red sox win the world series. Then you know to have a city where you grew up on number four. Bobby your ted williams bill. Russell was Astonishing and that newsroom. Was it like for you. How alone were you in it. It wasn't so much the guys that the globe because they were also secure. I mean you know dan. They were the twenty-seven yankees. So i would go to the world series and i'd say hi. I'm lesley visser from the boston globe. I work with peter gammons. Oh what do you need. I go to wimbledon with bud and you know people who never talked to anybody tiriac and these these people say oh come on in you know great collins so but definitely the patriots. The globe made me the beat writer for the nfl. First nfl beat writer In seventy six and you know. That was the scene from mars i. I didn't want to complain to the record. No provision for black says. But i didn't wanna complain to the patriots because i didn't want them to say oh i see a woman can't do it and i didn't want to say anything to the globe because i thought they might say the same so i.

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"lesley" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"And what is the future for the industry industry. That are really good jobs which quickly as possible to everybody at home and online really during a time like this. Everyone needs to be focused on their health and wellness so having all access has been really great things open up. I do believe you'll still see a lot Teachers and studios have on my options whether on demand after a website or in real time virtually especially because a lot of people are still not ready to go back into big studio with a lot of people so having a hybrid option would be great so that more people have access to the teachers and quality of instruction using has become so popular. And what do you think the demand for online policies classes have increased in popularity during the lockdown. Now so many people went out to buy equipment in the moment on happened but most production factories could not continue to produce anything so once all those commitments for sold out. A lot of people are looking for ways to work out and john. It's not quite can be done without any clinton celebrity. You just have to be able to lay on the floor. Speak to move and it's also full body workout so for someone. Just a lot of things on their plate even within lockdown working from home. Maybe they're having to homeschool their children. Poll why it can be done. It is a really good stress release and one of the few times you just get this focus on yourself on these really think about anything else you certainly do. With fifty percent of the uk workforce still working from home many are feeling the physical effects of spending long periods of time. Inadequate poem workstations apparently more than fifty percent of brits have reported experiencing neck as well as back pain fifty six percent shoulder complaints as a result of working from home. How'd you think pilotes helps. Easy aches and pains that we are enduring as a result of the remote working for plunged the whole body workout. But what does that mean. It means that literally every muscle to be strengthened and stretched equally. We don't want you to be too flexible or too strong enough for injuries happened. And when you do a lobbies specifically it starts from your center. Which is the muscles and on your hips your back. Your stomach and your shoulder verbal by strengthening and stretching those muscles it does allow your whole skeleton all the phones to be able to be held up by your muscles which is their job so inadequate death or chair working at your dining room table. It's really hard to focus on your posture. Evil on your mind especially just trying to get your work done if your muscles can't hold you up. It's even better. I'm union things about it but the space that the flies can create within your spine and the length that gives you really help reduce the compression from sitting all day Our neck connected to shoulder issues and people looking forward over a dining room table to get to the computer or a lot of work time on their phone. It's causing a lot of neck pain which can Go into your shoulder when you do pilates specifically even on the mat you'll see and feel how much stretch and strength happens in that shoulder by connecting your arms to your back which just means that when you go to move from working at your dining room table so grabbing something out of a bag. You don't accidentally hurt yourself and paint happens so just by actually practicing philosophies over time you'll feel the benefits and not is released from minor aches and pains and also just really great for your lower back of couse. What did you think the mental health benefits of taking part in policies. And how can especially help during this time of lockdown bigly and this time with wadis used to be called control aji and so i mean just focusing on controlling your own body and when you do your practice you only can focus on what body parts are moving where and from what muscles really have to focus on that. So it's not just the movie and meditation but it's a way to escape all the stress and anxiety that are happening from the time. We're in an awful life in general can be really right there that it's eastern can house lower anxiety and lower levels. But because you're working out. Because of the next workout increasing serotonin levels which helped him that the crush and and really help you feel invigorated strong happier and so by doing your pilots practice. You get the benefits of workout. That we all have felt gun running or other kind of exercises but then you also have the added benefits of lowering strengthening. Of course. I was looking at figures. And operators are only expecting twenty five to thirty percent of people to go back in person. I do a pilates class. Myself and since lockdown the shooter has done some really good videos online on youtube that we follow very regular and he also introduces different sorts of items to us. Like you've got a stake you've got this up battling simba. What type of Do you have extra fuel. Pilates classes on fucking dot com. Which i do everything without props someone have access to it. But if people do have access to some top supplies the i love There's a squishy ball. People are not as excited in the back to the jim yet. Not that they don't want to be back around people or their friends but we're all wondering how this is going to work out. A lot of people will be able to do online classes and online workout. And that is a good thing. It just means. More people will have access to good health and wellness and stay strong and be able to take care of themselves so some whites with a magic circle. Squishy ball will help. Add to the plot extract that you're already doing including what you were mentioning yeah. I was looking at online politics classes today and the stretches that you do as you say. It's an all over body conditioning. So you're not really putting a lot of weight on the joints. And because i go to regular classes i actually feel so good a failed. The whole body is how to workout and it's not too much stress. I actually feel better in myself because it clears the mind and you do retreats as well. There was one. That's actually in maui. Hawaii is to me. That would be fantastic. And we all go to maui days what i love about pilates quality over quantity always so you do the best three to five reps up any exercise and then you move on. It's really important for the mind as well. In fact as many studies team in just applauded there where he saw that most people after certain number reps are not paying attention. They're just going through the motions and that's kind of a waste of time it's also can cause injury or strain or overuse of certain muscles and joints and so you do. Almost there could be thirty four exercises and a thirty minute workout. And you're only doing few reps of each one. Your body is constantly being challenged. Your mind really have to stay on it. Which is why you.

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Former NFL Player Kills Doctor and His Family in Murder-Suicide

Mike Gallagher

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Former NFL Player Kills Doctor and His Family in Murder-Suicide

"Player apparently shot and killed a well known doctor, his wife, two grandchildren and somebody working in the home in Rock Hill, South Carolina before turning the gun on himself a horrifying scene. Philip Adams was a player with the Seahawks, the 40 Niners, the Raiders and the Jets. He opened fire at the home in Rock Hill late Wednesday afternoon. Killed in the shooting. Dr Robert Leslie, who was a well known emergency room. Advocate and author and physician. His wife, Barbara, was 69 2 of their grandchildren. Nine year old Ada Leslie and five year old Noah Leslie were all killed. Ah, fifth victim 38 year old James Lewis. It was working at the home at the time was also fatally shot. Adams died by suicide. And earlier today we took a call from a listener in rock Hill listening to us on W. R H i Bobby, who said that he just lived a short proximity to the Leslie home and what Bobby has heard is that the former NFL player had been given prescription drugs by Dr Leslie Dr Leslie said. According to this caller, and we weren't we aren't able to corroborate her. Verify this with the caller said that the what he has heard is that Dr Lesley stopped prescribing the drugs, saying that the player the former player, Philip Adams, needed to seek help. That the prescription medication could no longer be prescribed. And Philip Adams allegedly in a rage slaughtered doctors, Dr Leslie And his entire family before committing suicide. A

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Kelly Loeffler sells stake in WNBA team after clashing with players over Black Lives Matter

Ladies Room

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Kelly Loeffler sells stake in WNBA team after clashing with players over Black Lives Matter

"We have exciting news in the wnba. That kelly lafler has exited the building. Bob bub-bubba i feel like we should have celebration. Music will and even better a you. Part of that ownership new ownership group includes montgomery has an actual wnba player. And you know who has a podcast in who is a somebody who's been a real voice on issues equity all summer and beyond you know well into the past tradition in a history of ad. I think that's important because it means that the the voice of anti black lives matter is now being replaced by someone who can fully embody the spirit and direction of the wnba. I could not agree more and the power that the wnba has had. I mean we talk about when we talk about you know leading the movement. The black lives matter movement. We talk so often about the nfl or the nba. But really the wnba. And we've said this before. I mean they started this movement. Back in twenty fifteen in the sports world and You know they basically made raphael warnock. Who's now a us. Senator a player in this when they all wore those warnock shirts i think at that point he was voting. Nine percents Who pulling at nine voting. He was polling at nine percent And he wound up winning. And i think that the power that these women have in the way that they have used their platform for good and for inclusion and equity and making the world. A better place is something. That is such a tonic. To see it what we've gone through the past four years so i i'm thrilled to see it. I'm glad kelly law is out of the wnba. Imagine playing for someone who denies that your skin color that you as a human being matter. I mean she you know she tried to parse it a little bit more subtly than that she was talking about she would talk about the black lives matter organization as opposed to the concept of black lives mattering and i think she did that deliberately so that she could say things like i mean she said some really you know i i would say pretty crazy or just you know in such bad faith things such as that black lives matter doesn't want jesus in the church in you know that's just the tip of the iceberg and it just is so deeply offensive to people who are deeply committed attack but what i love about the wnba an and the way that they inserted themselves into those georgia senate races is that you now have a group of predominantly black women who are somewhat responsible for having a black vice president have to go into the senate to break a tie yet and that is i mean i just. I love the way that that is an expression of power but this is not over in georgia is already passing some legislation to make it more difficult to vote did particularly pinpoint Practices that black communities have used to get out the vote like souls to the polls closing the ability of pulse be open on sundays in the future and kelly law flir is not exiting from politics. She is actually spearheading some of those georgia movements to make voting more difficult for community of Communities of color. And so i you know this is. This is going to be interesting because it's you know this is not the credit should not be rolling here. This is still a very a live issue for georgia and for the rest of the

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"lesley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"lesley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Good company, Lesley Gore cousins. Happy days, lollipops and green boughs. Everything That's wonderful is what I feel when we're together brighter than a lucky penny. When you're near the gringos disappeared here and that yourself. Just know that you are my my life is such a loving cup sampling box. That's other streak Bring God so Come on, Join in, Everybody. Son, China lollipops in Ringo's Everything that's wonderful is sure to come your way when you Really love to say Son. China lollipops in Windows. Everything that's wonderful is what I feel Oil with together Rider than a lucky penny. When you're near the gringos disappears there and not feel so far. Just another your mind. My life is such a lovely box and rainbow. That's how this trick, Frank. Oh, So come on, Joining everybody Sunshine lollipops, it labels everything That's wonderful is short of coming your way love love. Listen, Igor one miss her so much, but thank goodness.

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'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

"The CBS news program sixty minutes is still one of television's how to shows marches are a letter with the latest for fifty two years the clock has been ticking on sixty minutes and it's still one of the most watched programs on TV the Nielsen company said sixty minutes viewership is up nine percent over last year correspondent Lesley Stahl says the show successes because the stories are timely yet always have the same look and sensibility Stahl's interview with president Donald Trump this year grabbed headlines when he cut things short and released his own unedited tapes stall so she's pleased that there was no criticism of the show's editing and she knew it would be fair because they always are

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How the media covered up the Hunter Biden story — until after the election

Doctor Health Radio Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

How the media covered up the Hunter Biden story — until after the election

"Have no idea what is going on with Hunter Biden. That's because a corrupt press covered the story up. His little question. Hunter leverage his father's position as vice president to enrich himself, accepting money from China, the Ukraine and possibly Russia. The Department of Justice Now looking into Mr Biden, because he may have not paid taxes on all that money we don't know, and he is innocent until proven guilty. Now the controversy was tamped down because the corrupt corporate media has no interest in damaging Joe Biden. Twitter and Facebook actually censored the story, classifying it as lacking context or misleading information. When users published the initial article from The New York Post. More than one million tweets were flagged on the platform. In the 1st 24 hours. That's incredible. President Trump mentioned a report during his 60 Minutes interviews asking quote. Why did Hunter Biden get $3.5 Million from Moscow? Reporter Lesley Stahl's response. Is this really an important issue for the country? All these things have been investigated and discredited. Well, that's not true. 60 minutes has not issued a correction. CNN president Jeff Zucker told his staff. So I don't think we should be repeating unsubstantiated smears just because the right wing media suggests we should MSNBC's Joe Scarborough told his audience. The hunter Biden story is obviously made up. And is the stupidest October surprise ever. The story was barely mentioned in The New York Times Washington Post. That was all before Election Day. After the vote, Attorney General Bar confirmed the federal probe into Hunter Biden. He should have done that sooner so Americans would know the truth. Last week. President elect Biden was briefly questioned on the topic. He once again dismissed the allegations entirely. Will oppress Hammer. Joe Biden on how his son obtained Million's during his time is vice president. Probably not. Well, the DOJ or IRAs. Uncover the truth. I hope so. But I'm doubtful.

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Here's when new movies will air

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Here's when new movies will air

"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you

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Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer responds to Trump’s taunts

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer responds to Trump’s taunts

"You wrote about being targeted and obviously there is there's a sort of few layers. This is you've been sort of. Targeted national right wing media. You've been a target of the President and obviously it appears allegedly a target of this kidnapping plot and one thing we've seen it was in the president turns rhetorical firearm people whether that's Lesley Stahl Anthony Fauci they end up needing twenty four hour security the end up having threats what is it been like? To be on the receiving end of that. Well, it's been hard Chris. I mean, I don't have a whole lot of time to stop and process it or feel sorry for myself. I've got a job to do and I'm going to keep doing my job but starting in April, when the president singled me out and called me that woman from Michigan and tweeted liberate Michigan every time focuses on my state or On me, we see the violent rhetoric increase. We see the threats online increase I have had to have a Lotta serious hard conversations with my children when there are people with a are fifteen out on our front lawn and this, these are people who are looking for any leader to give them some credibility and some some comfort in some encouragement and when Donald Trump won't. Denounce them in the middle of a presidential debate. That's the kind of encouragement basie when Donald Trump says things like lock them all up. That's the kind of encouragement and it's dangerous. It's anti-american. We settle our differences at the ballot box, and if we don't like the results get organized and get ready for the next election, we have peaceful transition of power we put. Our democracy before our Party we put our country before ourselves. That is not how this administration operates and that's why I think this choice to elect an incredibly decent experienced empathetic said of people like Joe Biden Camel. Harris is where where I believe our country is headed because we are sick and tired of being sick and tired and worrying about our lives in our livelihood. Governor from Whitmer of the State of Michigan thank you so much for making time with us.

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Record Voter Turnout Could Make Nation Look Like A Bunch Of Dorks

The Topical

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Record Voter Turnout Could Make Nation Look Like A Bunch Of Dorks

"Are you registered to vote? If so, you're not alone and just one week hundreds of millions of Americans are projected to head to the polls to participate in the presidential election and millions more of already cast their ballot early both in person and by mail, but many experts believe the high volume of Voters could actually present a massive Problem by making our nation look like a bunch of dorks here with more is ope our senior political correspondent Dirk Mullins. Hi Leslie. Thanks for having me. Now Dirk. This does come as quite a concern. We still have a whole week before election day and the people in charge of counting. These votes are already concerned about us looking like a bunch of baby back bitches. How exactly did this happen. Well Lesley when it comes to sheer number of weenies voting this election experts are floored various posters. I've taught To say they're anticipating more ballots being cast in 2020 than ever before which gives an off-putting goody-two-shoes vibe. That just makes you want to shove them inside the locker and give them purple nurple. Here's

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Trump characterizes supporters as "people that love our country"

Garret Lewis

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Trump characterizes supporters as "people that love our country"

"60 Minutes Last night, Lesley Stall interviewing President Trump And she asked him to characterize his supporters. Can you characterize your supporters? Yeah, I think I get people to deliver a country. More than anything else, and they like to see our country thrive.

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Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview

"Vanins running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, asked by CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell. If she thinks President Trump is a racist, you can look at Charlottesville. When there were peaceful protesters and on the other side neo Nazis and he talks about fine people on either side, calling Mexicans, rapists and criminals. His first order of business was to institute and Muslim Ban. Senator Harris on 60 Minutes, which also aired Lesley Stahl's interview with President Trump that interview that made headlines even before it was broadcast after the president abruptly left the interview, saying it was unfair and then preempting the broadcast by posting the entire interview on Facebook.

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Why did Trump abruptly exit his 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl?

AM Joy

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Why did Trump abruptly exit his 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl?

"Trump walked out of his interview with CBS, Lesley Stahl and the White House recording of the interview ahead of its airing on sixty minutes tonight. Apparently hoping to embarrass the veteran newswoman about exactly what well that remains unclear. This. As he begs and pleads in occasionally insult his supporters at large rallies across the nation. I wasn't going. To. Have to be honest no way I was coming. I didn't have to. Can you imagine if I lose and I've done all these things I've made never have to come back here again if I get I'll never be back dammit Minnesota you'd better vote for me how the hell do you lose to a guy like this? I'll never come to Pennsylvania again. I. Hope. So turn has also revived is popular campaign promise to drain the swamp claiming his opponents are the corrupt ones. Fight for the middle class. Biden is what he does. Right I think he's fine. He's actually fighting I think hunter. Biden and his cronies. What they've done is a disgrace. Let's see what happens and now on top of it, we have the Biden deal. Pretty crazy but you know what nobody no administration listen to those listen to that sound is coming so far away.

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U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails, Says Russia May Interfere Too

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails, Says Russia May Interfere Too

"In a surprise press conference the Director of National Intelligence came to warn US quote unquote that there's election interference happening the main culprits are Russia of course in. Iran. We, know more about Iran and we know they've been sending threatening emails to people while posing as the proud boys the racist far right group these emails say that they have your info in that. If you don't vote for trump, they'll find you and hurt you these went out to voters mainly in Florida in somehow deny Ratcliffe said that they were designed to hurt trump yeah. You're going to have to help me out with that logic emails from the proud boys that threaten harm. If you don't vote trump are supposed to be hurting trump I mean it's like they say many people don't actually know this. The Pearl Harbor was actually designed to hurt Japan. Shocking right I mean that's what they don't teach you in school. Of course that's not true. This logic makes no sense. Thankfully FBI director. Christopher. Ray was also at the press conference and he had this to say the FBI is the primary agency responsible for investigating malicious activity against election infrastructure maligned foreign influence operations and election related crimes like voter fraud and voter suppression or intimidation, and that's exactly what we've been doing. At the B. I. Working closely with our intelligence community partners, as well as our other federal state and local partners to share information, bolster, security, and identify and disrupt any threats. We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote or undermine public confidence in the outcome of the election. When we see indications of foreign interference or federal election crimes, we're going to aggressively investigate and work with our partners to quickly take appropriate action. We're also coordinating with the private sector both technology and social media companies to make sure that their platforms aren't used by foreign adversaries to spread disinformation and propaganda. We've been working for years as a community to build resilience in our election infrastructure and today that infrastructure remains resilient. You should be confident that your vote counts. Early unverified claims to the contrary should be viewed with a healthy dose of skepticism. We encourage everyone to seek election and voting information from reliable sources namely your state. Election officials. And to be thoughtful, careful, discerning consumers of information online. And if you suspect criminal activity, we ask that you report that information to your local FBI field office.

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Trump posts unedited '60 Minutes' interview before it airs

Guy Gordon

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Trump posts unedited '60 Minutes' interview before it airs

"Trump posting his full interview with CBS's 60 Minutes ahead of its scheduled airtime on Sunday. After he walked out on the interview with journalist Leslie Stall, the president posted the nearly 40 minutes sit down to his Facebook page with the caption look. Att, the bias, hatred and rudeness on behalf of 60 Minutes and CBS. In audio coming from the White House camera. Stalin President Trump can be heard exchanging words before the interview began to be fair. And they're Lesley Stahl is asking the president. Are you ready for some tough questions? And he said, Just be fair.

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Trump ends ‘60 Minutes’ interview, attacks Lesley Stahl on Twitter

Radio From Hell

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Trump ends ‘60 Minutes’ interview, attacks Lesley Stahl on Twitter

"Trump reportedly got up, abruptly left his interview. With Leslie solve 60 minutes, and he's threatening to release his own footage of what happened before airs on CBS Sunday. He's mad about something we don't know exactly what but he tweeted Leslie Stall of 60 minutes not wearing a mask in the White House after her interview with me much more to come. But how much more could there be to come? Was an interview? Did she murder someone on her way out? But how

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

Joel Riley

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

"CBS's Lesley Stahl. He sat down with her for 60 Minutes interview ended abruptly after 45 minutes, got up, walked out didn't come back for a scheduled walk and talk with her and Mike Pence. Then the president posted a photo of stall without a mask. CBS saying Well, she briefly took it off after the interview while chatting with colleagues have been tested for covert 19. Then came the tweet. I'm considering posting my interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 minutes prior to air time is what we don't Everybody get a glimpse of what a fake interview is all about. A source familiar with the session told The Washington Post that they talked about Corona virus. Anthony Fauci Trump's attacks on Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and that stall pushed back on the hunter Biden allegations The White House had taped it so they could put it up. But of White House staffer told the Post. It was not that bad. He just didn't like her tone. He does post it probably boost 60 minutes ratings with your media minute. Howie

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Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy

CNN Political Briefing

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy

"Trump continues to behave in a way where he simply seems in search of rationale for his candidacy and a closing message. It's really an astonishing thing to observe how Erratic House scattershot his messaging has been. We know that to be true over nearly four years of covering a trump presidency that he has the tendency to do that. There's always the stories with the blind quotes of Republican allies of the white. House just wish Donald Trump would talk about the economy or would stay on message Donald Trump is who he is. We all know that he's not going. To Change, he is committed to this notion of grievance politics. That's his whole sort of reason for being in the political realm, and yet he does have a proven political gut an instinct of where he can go to find pockets of support. So it's amazing to observe him trying to throw everything against the wall and seeing what sticks this close to the election I mean that's one thing you can do earlier on. But when you are within two weeks, you've got one more debate ahead of you and then just rally after rally to try to drive home a message. You want to be locked into what that is. That is not where Donald trump is I mean just take the storming out of the sixty minutes interview or cutting short or whatever he did with Lesley. Stahl in tweeting about that, what what is that that is not going to accomplish his political goals here and here's the thing Donald Trump knows it. He knows he's in a weakened position he was in Erie Pennsylvania last night, and once again, he said the quiet part out loud before the plague came in I had made I wasn't going to Erie. I've been. Honest. Go Way I was coming I didn't have to we had this one and then we got hit with the plague the had to go back to work hello weary at least. I mean, just imagine there's the president of the United States going to eerie Pennsylvania telling them. They would never have seen him if he was in a stronger position than he is but here he is yes to actually work for it that his closing message right now today's been tweeting about the economy's who maybe for a moment he consumed some television news analysis that he really should be talking about the economy. It is the one area of strength. We see in poll after poll for him, and yet that has not been where he has centered his closing message inexplicably, and we have new evidence to show that what he's doing isn't working we have a brand new. CNN. In Pennsylvania and one in Florida in Pennsylvania a state critical to Donald Trump's success for years ago. He's down ten points fifty three to forty three against job Biden. This is the Tipping Point State folks and he is Badly behind at the moment. Now in Florida as we see across the whole Sunbelt, it's a different story. It's a margin of error race. We've got Joe Biden at fifty percent and Donald trump forty, six percent in this poll, but it is a race at the margin of error with no clear leader. Consistently, we see him behind in that critical upper midwest rust belt, and if he can't turn that around, he's in serious trouble and that kind remark, an eerie Pennsylvania that's not going to help.

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

WBZ Overnight News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

"Going to be watching the election returns so well, Joe Biden and President Trump. But not yet. Biden is in debate put mode for Thursday night, Mr Trump was in battleground Pennsylvania area. This is the most important election in the history of our country. Look, you know we can play games that we could be nice and we could have a good time. You think I need to be standing out here? 50 degree weather earlier back at the White House, he was doing an interview with 60 minutes and cut it short political correspondent at O'Keefe Presidents tweeting tonight that he's considering posting a video of it shot by the White House before the interview actually airs 60. Minutes says the White House agreed to shoot that video on Ly for its archives and that the broadcast has a history of interviewing presidential candidates. And asking important questions in the run up to elections. Hairs Hairs on on Sunday. Sunday. Mr Mr Trump Trump also also tweeted tweeted a a picture picture of of 60 60 minutes minutes correspondent correspondent Lesley Lesley Stahl Stahl without without a a mask. mask. People People familiar familiar with with the the interview interview say say she she did did have have one one on on leading leading into into the interview. Meantime, early

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Trump cuts short "60 Minutes" interview, claims Stahl biased

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump cuts short "60 Minutes" interview, claims Stahl biased

"A late campaign interview with president Donald Trump seems to have gone awry the interval between Leslie stall in president Donald Trump is there on sixty minutes on Sunday but it's unclear what the status of it is now because trump left in a Huff before it ended that is according to someone familiar with what went down but was not authorized to discuss it in public trump gave his own take on the interview and a campaign appearance in eerie Pennsylvania suggesting that he would release his own version of the interview before Sunday you have to watch what we do to sixty minutes you'll get such a kick you get a kick out of the Lesley Stahl is that going to be happy meanwhile Democrat Joe Biden did a sixty minutes interview on Monday there were no issues reported with that I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Trump expresses unhappiness with '60 Minutes' interview, Lesley Stahl

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Trump expresses unhappiness with '60 Minutes' interview, Lesley Stahl

"And President Trump said today that for the sake of accuracy in reporting he's thinking about posting footage of an interview with CBS's 60 minutes before it's set to air next Sunday. Trump reportedly cut the interview with Leslie Stahl short and abruptly walked out after about 45 minutes, he said, sharing that footage would show how bias the interview

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"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

Lesley's Lessons

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

"Lesley's lessons. I wanted to talk about something that spin on my mind and. If I'm being truly transparent. Currently. It had me thinking about. This new normal that we're in. And also thinking about what happens when we're all really free to roam again or will we will we be free to roam again and I'm hopeful of that? Even if some changes will be put into effect that will stay with us. But then I wanted to go deeper. And think about. How will we love each other? What does that look like? Let's just say for a long time. It's going to be more of an isolation. Environment How do we show up now? Do we express ourselves. Do we buy time and just figure it out as we go along? A. Do we live life to the fullest now and speak? What's really our heart in gopher it? And Show, vulnerability. Or do we play the same games I? Won't if you want? I will when you will. Do we just hang out up. Hang up everything that we built in our minds. Of How life looks or how we figure, it's supposed to be all these rules that we all have all these perceptions that we all have. Do. We go back to that. For me I realise that. I can't. I wanted. Like she raw like I. Want It. Authentic. And I've realized that what I want. Doesn't have to be delivered. In a no-nonsense kind of way especially, when let's just say. It's with someone who's already prequalified. You know the type of person you're attracted to. You figured out some things like this goes good i. want to continue this. Forward. But my delivery. Of what I wanted has now changed I just. I just don't care. Like if it doesn't work, peace, be with you. And be well. That's the new normal for me. It's not a look. I had one hour. Wasting any time I'm telling you everything that I want and I'm just gonNA. Scare you and if you're stick around, and you not scared, okay now to face to. And now it's just it's different. I is is is more precious than ever now. Simplicity is a party for me. Including how I communicate with people I still get annoyed. I, still get upset at things, but those things they just like fall off the wall like Spaghetti, like or water on someone's back. Like is just it doesn't stick anymore because I choose. Not, from a self, righteous point of view, but I, I really realized that I truly have to choose this..

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"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

Lesley's Lessons

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

"If you watch news reports constantly all day every day what do you think the effects it will have on your mind? You can convince yourself that you are in more danger than you really are. I don't pretend to know anyone's medical history. I do know how important it is to protect your thoughts. Be Safe but also be happy. How can anyone be happy at this time? Focus on what makes you smile. It is also worth mentioning that you also have to practice social distancing from communication with very worrisome people. They mean well and want to make sure things are okay that is appreciated however if someone is not able to see the bright side they will surely bring you over to the dark side. Don't visit people invite them over. This is not an easy thing to feel like. We're all on house arrest. It can be even harder for the people and they desperately need to other people's company who wants to say no to someone that you care about especially if they're home alone use facetime and check on them or Sanitex send positive means is another example. Don't make it a bigger deal than it is. Show Them Care Ball. Being warm and confident let it go if there is something that brought you angst or pain. Now is the best time to let it go. Who Do you have to forgive? Is there something that you have to forgive yourself about? Now is the time to write it down in a journal or say aloud and promised to let it go and move on. You need your energy to be at the best capacity and if it is not essential to your growth then it's worth letting go keep growing. I can go on and on because I'm constantly doing something new each day the most important thing to do is to keep growing keep elevating yourself and stained safe and busy stay. Busy doesn't mean that you have to do a million things it's about still making your growth time. If you have small kids put up a do not disturb sign boundaries R. O. K. You might need time to vent to cry or to reflect. Be Creative with your time and make it as comfortable as it can possibly be learn something new read a book keep reaching higher be still and ask for direction from the higher power you will get the answers be optimistic because if you infused fair news and lack of together you will expect the worse be prepared but always be positive. These are just some ideas that I do and I hope that you've found it useful. Stay safe and believe the things will turn around we are all in this together and with the right mindset you will find how more productive you can be instead of waiting around for the worst to take place you are not alone we are all connected and that is something to thrive four while surviving our new normal. Thank you for tuning in Lesley's lessons..

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"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

Lesley's Lessons

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lesley" Discussed on Lesley's Lessons

"Hi Welcome to Lesley's lessons podcasts. This is a safe space where I promote self care help those who are on a journey where they feel stuck and they just need some motivation to move This is a place for dreamers and believers people like the working entrepreneurs or perhaps you are an entrepreneur and you just need that little reminder to keep going this is a place for if you need. Self-improvement confidence overcoming insecurities. You've come to the right place. I named it. Lesley's lessons Because really I'm just sharing from my own life experiences and things that I've learned you know I enjoy writing. I've actually wrote some books. I enjoy speaking. I enjoy helping other people. I'm also creative. So you might see you know some merchandise said I've designed somewhere and I just decided you know. Why not take it to the next level? Why not get on a platform where I can actually speak and communicate with other people who are looking for the same thing like me and when I needed that. There wasn't a platform that was created. So I decided you know what? Why don't I create? It's like making your own meal? You add your own little seasoning and if you know me you know that I'm always a remixing it so that's what it is it's never too late to remix your life. It's never too late to learn. Never too late to improve regardless of what life situation or other people or even yourself has told you so. Take a look around An until then let's get started. Oh thanks for visiting take care..

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