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

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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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"lesley stahl" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Minutes. Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports that businesses popped up overnight signing contracts they couldn't fulfill. Take the case of ST John's, a chain of clinics and South Los Angeles serving low income communities. We were desperate and we didn't have enough Peopie to last US through the week. Jim Manja is the CEO of ST John's. When the pandemic hit, his staff scoured the Internet to find PPE states and giant hospital chains kept outbidding them. So they were relieved to discover Blue flame medical man Jin never heard of them. But on April 2nd, he placed a PPE order for nearly $180,000. And then they come back. And they say, Oh, there's a kink in the supply chain. It'll be a few more days. It'll be a few more days. It'll be a few more days and then at the end of April, they basically said We were not going to be able to deliver the only thing we could deliver his gloves and you're outta luck. The deal's finished the deal is done. A lot of these smaller entities were left high and dry. The ones that wanted to be patient got their product, the ones that You don't want to be patient got a refund out. There's nothing more I could do than that. That's John Thomas, the president of Blue flame, medically, please the delays on China, where he says buyers showed up with cash and suitcases. Promises that goods that he ordered just kept disappearing. In one case, he claims the Chinese government stole inventory right off the production line. Well, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially one Montgomery County home years, giving abuse Justin Trudeau for the last 25 years, Brian Michael Pat Field has put on a Christmas display that draws in people near and far. We have approximately 40,000 lights, and I collect up Loma long figures. I have probably over 400 of them. And in addition to that I have a lot of homemade mechanical figures as well. Michael says his appreciation for Christmas decorations started when he was a child living in an apartment and he promised himself when he grew up. He would always try to decorate his family's home. Start decorating the week before Halloween, putting up inconspicuous stuff like up on the roof, which my wife doesn't like. By the way on the top of my roof. I have a bunch of figures and it Z over 40 ft. High up there. Through display, which is free for all is also in tune with the radio signal that plays Christmas music. I really like seeing reactions from the Children and the people, and I am still get another big reaction from the elderly, Michael says. By using led lights, timers in breakers. His electricity bill only jumps a few 100 bucks in January. Collect later used to spin around like meets like when those old mechanical Peter's Justin Trudeau, k Y W News radio bad although the display is free Michael encourages people who enjoy it to donate to the Philadelphia taxi organization. It's a foundation that helps treat people like his wife. It's to 20 and a delay on 95. This heading into the city from the Northeast will get the update from Stevie next. Catch up on the latest Philly News 234 times a day. Here's what's happening. The K Y W all local details from Haverford making.

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Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer responds to Trump’s taunts

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 4 months 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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Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 4 months 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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"lesley stahl" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on AM Joy

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

AM Joy

01:31 min | 4 months 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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Trump violates agreement and releases "60 Minutes" interview

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Trump violates agreement and releases "60 Minutes" interview

"News, the White House released the video of this Sunday's 60 Minutes interview between Lesley Stahl and President Trump. Now in a tweet, trump accused stall of showing bias, hatred and rudeness. 60 minutes released this clip in which Trump makes another based accusations against Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Despite of my there's no at real evidence of that course there is no over the place. Leslie. So spite of my campaign, and they get can I say something? You know, this is 60 minutes. And we can't put on things We can't because it's bad for Biden. Now, 60 Minutes says it's reporting is full fare and provides context. The segment will air this Sunday evening at seven PM and you can hear it right here on K Y. W News radio and Philadelphia's district

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

"Guard down. Thank you to just show you where we're at as a country because director ray wasn't partisan wasn't to hack like John Ratcliffe and didn't go along with the this trump message trump wants to fire him now yep. Because he told the truth I should mention that in addition to contacting the FBI field offices, you can also anonymously report incidents of everything from voter intimidation to polling location problems to a website run jointly by democracy labs and the. Lincoln Project called C say twenty twenty dot com like see something say something there's even an interactive map that has all the known incidents plotted on it. So it's definitely worth checking out even if you haven't experienced any issues yourself, the idea is to allow election lawyers and law enforcement deal with any issues that are reported. So it really is a good tool, a useful tool. However, the Lincoln Project stressed that these incidents only affect a small small. Of voters in that, the real problem is that trump in others want to scare you so much that you don't vote or make you think the system is rigged. So you don't vote again the key is that they don't want you to vote at all. So whatever you have to do to vote. Make sure you vote and get those ballots in a.

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

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:59 min | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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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"lesley stahl" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on KOMO

"Business Journal reporting this afternoon, the Hong Kong based airlines cuts amid the Koven 19 pandemic. Highlight the challenges Boeing's long haul international airline customers continue to face. We reported yesterday that President Trump abruptly ended his interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl and threatened to share his own video of that conversation. And today, the White House seems to be walking much of that back, saying there was no such drama before the latest. We go to ABC News, Washington correspondent Andy Field What do we know? And where do things stand this evening on the sandy? Well, we can only take what we're hearing from various people. Jason Miller, one of the president's campaign adviser, said no drama interview was not ended. Abruptly. We have the receipts from the interview, all of them. Maybe we need to put the whole thing else. People conceive for themselves. Well, you can see for yourself on Sunday. The agreement apparently that CBS says they made with the White House is typical of many people. Do interviews. Is that the person doing the interviewing, saying that's fine. If you want a recorded, do not use it until we air this because we spent quite a bit of money on cruise and everything promoting this thing for you to put it out. They would kind of ruin that. And We're told the White House agreed to that now the president Twitter, claiming he's going to go against that agreement. He's also upset that Lesley Stahl was not wearing a mask. What seems to prompt it'll all this was the 60 Minutes interview going badly for the president. Have we heard from inside sources on that? Apparently, he wasn't happy that Lesley Stahl was asking tough questions asked for her wearing the mask. I could tell you, my colleagues. Walked into the White House with her that day. She was wearing a mask. She kept the mask on the entire time. She was there. When she had to take a Koven test. You took the mask off as requested by the medical people doing it. She put the mask back on. When they sat down to do the interview. They were at least 6 ft. Apart. They're pictures of the White House showing that neither the president nor Lesley Stahl wearing a mask, but of course, What the president Who says he's had covert and Lesley Stahl, who also said she had a word little to no risk of infecting each other. I mean, we're the only two people in the room, not wearing the mask of time. They were never very close to each other. That picture we're told was taken after the president had left. And then she was standing up from the chair going to get the mask to put it on. And that's when they snapped that picture. So it seems a bit disingenuous for a president who almost never wear masks and has gotten colder. As a result of it to complain that someone else who did wear a mask the entire time except for the interview wasn't doing it. And what's the conventional wisdom on whether the president will release his own video of the interview? Is he bluffing Or is that likely to happen? Your guess is as good as mine. I don't know. You know. Listen, I know Leslie stall. I've worked there in the past over the years. She is one of the best journalists out there. She doesn't fool around. When she does these things she goes prepared. And I can't imagine that there is anything in this interview sitting in the White House with all these witnesses where Leslie stall was going to do something in an edited out that would in turn be favorable for the president. Have you heard from your friend Leslie Stahl? What she's saying about this? I haven't talked to have a doctor in a long time. She and I work together Reporters of the White House years ago, but, uh we achieved not say anything publicly. Of course, All this drama certainly is goingto the ratings for their show on Sunday. And I'm sure this's pretty happy about that. Well, I think that is the one certainty in all of this A B C's Andy Field Joining us from Washington D. C. Thank.

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Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy

CNN Political Briefing

03:17 min | 4 months 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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"lesley stahl" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on WTOP

"Campaign 2020 now and as countdown to the final debate, President Trump is holding rallies while Joe Biden has focused on debate preparation two weeks before the election is Joe Biden was doing debate prep for Thursday night, President Trump addressed supporters in Erie, Pennsylvania. Get out in Pennsylvania. You got to get out of the way wouldn't Pennsylvania we would know what Wisconsin is another state that could help decide that early voting has just started there. We have a real contrast between the candidates and I think That makes it incredibly interesting election against a background of a covert surge. Tom Foodie CBS NEWS Washington With Joe Biden in debate prep Democrats are bringing out former President Obama for his first in person campaign event will be speaking at a Philadelphia Dr Ian Rally. That's where supporters listen to him over the car radio inside their cars. Democrats say Obama remains one of the parties greatest assets in the final stretch. Prior to this, he had been appearing at virtual fundraisers and encouraging young Americans to vote. President Trump Cut short on interview taping with CBS News 60 minutes yesterday afternoon at the White House. He then took interviewer Lesley Stahl to task on Twitter for not wearing a mask and threatened to post the interview himself before it aired. President Trump reportedly became frustrated with the questioning and how the interview is being conducted following a short break. Vice president Pence sat down with stall on 60 Minutes Crew 60 Minutes plans to broadcast the interview Sunday night in a special that will also feature Joe Biden and his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, up ahead breaking developments this morning involving problems with virtual learning in one area school system, 7 34. If.

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

WBZ Overnight News

00:56 sec | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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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"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

"But now the news magazine longest tenured correspondent is retiring and he's here with me. We now steve kroft joining me for his retirement day. This is the evening when sixty minutes is paying tribute to you later today. Thank you for joining me my pleasure. My pleasure how is sixty minutes changed over your three decades and and how has television changed over your career. How's everything changed. Every time i look at it now and every industry every walk of wipe this changed <hes> but mostly. I think that sixty minutes is probably changed the least of almost anything in the culture in terms of of <hes>. It's you know some people say it's still a little old fashioned but it's still doing good journalism and still basically siklie following the the blueprint that on hewitt set <hes> you know fifty years ago and still the most watched <hes> i mentioned you're obama interviews certainly in recent years. That's what you've been the best known for <hes>. What do you think it is about that kind of interviewing presidential interviewing that people should learn from our people should take away well. I that's a good the question when i first started doing the interviews with with obama in two thousand eight the there was sort of a canvass for doing presidential interviews that people in followed for years and years and years there was a you're of a certain politeness to it you. The president was treated with respect. <hes> tried not interrupted unless you absolutely had to and now it's kind of evolved to the place with this particular president where almost anything thing goes and when he does sit down with somebody besides this fox friends. Would you like to interview president trump. Have you tried <hes>. I have not tried. I took a pass on that. One and leslie and scott pelley both interviewed him. He's a very hard interview very hard interview because he just goes where he wants to go and takes you know even and it's particularly live but <hes> i think leslie did a pretty good job and exposed. I don't say exposing but letting him <hes> reveal himself in his personality the way he thinks i think lester holt did really a good job with them and other than that most people just can't get a handle on it. It's hard. I mean i i would know how to do it really well. I'd have i'd come up with an idea and strategies but i think you have to really be on your toes and beyond the presidential interviews what stories are most important to you are the kinds of stories that we need to have more of on television news. <hes> i think we ought to have more twelve minutes twelve and a half eh stories. I think that that's the biggest advantage that the show has <hes> and you know we shoot normally thirteen hours of pap- for thirteen minutes of <hes> of a a product and you have a lot to choose from and also if you're doing an interview live. You've got five minutes. Maybe <hes> and we've got an hour to sit down with somebody and we can go and find the best parts and right and go in every direction every direction. We're going to a couple more minutes for us steve. You're leaving at a time of turmoil for the last year. It's sixty minutes. There's been a lot of turmoil allegations against the former executive producer jeff fager. He's stepped down under pressure now this news. CBS news president we all remember the upheaval does that relate to wire leaving now. Not really i mean and i say that my wife thinks i'm crazy when i say that but <hes> it had very little to do with it. I made the decision really about a year ago that this was going to be my last season and i my my staff right about that time. All the dramas turned down and i said unless something really happens to change my mind. This is my last season and nothing happened to change. What's it been like inside. CBS news during this period <hes> well you know it's anytime you have organization that has leadership change wjr and as you pointed out we had at three different levels with <hes> corporate CBS with CBS news with sixty minutes. It creates a lot of uncertainty.

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Football, Barron And NFL discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live

Dr. Tom Roselle Live

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Football, Barron And NFL discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live

"Do you agree with President Trump would you allow your son to play football? Would you steer your son toward football? The president gave a face the nation interview to Lesley Stahl yesterday exclusively and one of the questions there is you heard was would you see your Barron to play football. And he said, no, he would not Mike you are first up onto the NFL fifteen. He will not be playing football. I think that the NFL they're bigger stronger, but the technique, and and it's not there in high school control walking tackling needs to be taught. And sometimes these boys, you know, there's a lot of head to head collision and putting a young developing mind or brain with all those shearing forces as a teenager

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"He can get rid of everybody he wants. I mean, does that famous cabinet meeting where Lincoln Astor cabinet? What what they thought about some policy? And everyone said, nay, nay, nay, and and then Lincoln says, well, I vote, I am, I guess, gentlemen, the is have I think what he said in the same with Donald Trump sent to Lesley Stahl the Sunday. I'm the president and you're not exactly exactly because back to Lincoln's time, but that's true. You know, think about it free. The president has enough power that he can fire even you. You got it. You mentioned that mention that we were having such a nice conversation. I was really enjoying it. I think you're having an interesting an interesting life. This is surely more fun than putting bad guys in jail, willing. I don't have a TV show like some people. Prefer our GPS. I think that has a nice ring to it. Hey, y'all, with your own acronym? Global positioning system, right? That's what it stands for global public somewhere. I I know I watch. Can I ask you about another figure who's been in the news? Nikki Haley who happens to be a fellow Indian American for whatever that's worth. Have you seen anyone else perform, sort of as deftly in a prominent position in the Trump administration in terms of balancing their reputation, their relationship with the president and future political viability than icky Haley? No, I think you have it exactly. Right. And Frank is one of the most impressive political balancing acts I've ever seen period because as you say, she comes and by the way, doesn't have any particular relationship with Trump has spoken out against him during the primaries also has no background in foreign affairs manages to overcome all that by working hard getting quite expert on some foreign policy issues. The ones that she. You had to present somehow development, good enough relationship with Trump, but at the same time, being able to represent herself independently. For example, she was one of the toughest voices on Russia early on at a point where it wasn't clear that Trump would would allow that to happen, you know? So I give her a credit for kind of pushing the envelope there and then very smartly leaving at the top of righty. She did not overstay her welcome. Yeah. Yeah, rarely happens in politics, which she knows is she's done a good job. The chances of having two more good years is just because life is complicated are not that great. So why not leave she special in some way. So that only she could have gotten away with that being harsh and some language pushing back and other places. I mean other words, are there things for other people in the Trump administration that they can learn from her or she unique? You know, it's a very good question. I don't understand how she put it up because Rex Tillerson was not able to. I think that either she had a conversation. With Trump and said something like, look, I think it's important that you allow me to say these things so you don't have to say them or something like that. There was some kind of deal or more likely she's very intuitively good politically and figured out that this would be the place you could go. 'cause everything I know about Trump suggests you can't sit down and have a conversation like that because first of all, he'll forget it..

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Echo, just say Alexa, play nine seventy WFL way. And now nine seventy WFL a presents webs. World calling it like he sees it. Here's Ted Webb. Donald Trump ate up Lesley Stahl on Sunday, sixty minutes. CBS liberal left wing network tried every trick in the book to corner, Donald but to no avail. What about the melting glaciers in Greenland as stall not knowing that the Atlantic is getting cold again? In fact, job Joba, starting of the Weather Channel made that clear the next day at the Sean Hannity show. They've got more snow than they can deal with. That's the problem with indoctrination. They feel that they're the final engine that there's no room for differing opinions. CBS good advanced a bunch of. Various questions, but they wanted to play. Gotcha. And that's the wrong guy to play. Gotcha. With all of the networks are going after Trump right now, they want to be the ones who bring him down. The latest is trying to get Trump to hand over one million bucks to Elizabeth Warren. Who by the way is one one thousand twenty four native American sorry. Liz, no cigar. I'm dead web. And that's how I see it. Yeah. That is crazy. They went after him. I was looking at there's a right wing website that likes to point out all of these things that the media does to Trump and how left wing they are and one of the things they pointed out they had a video of an Obama interview on the same show, and he he was interrupted. I think it was six times while he was talking during that conversation and with Trump. Think it was sixty. Sometimes they interrupt. I couldn't have been sixty some. But it was thirty some or forty some or something like that. I if if we. But that's where that they're trying to get that. Gotcha moment, they want to be the network all do want to do that. Because nobody's been able to pin him down on anything. So you, you know, they want to CBS sixty minutes. They wanted to be the ones, by the way. If you want to help with the people who are suffering up in the panhandle there lot of organizations through which you can do it one of them was metropolitan ministries that had the food fight last night. And you were there for that. Yes. I was I'm sure metropolitan ministries will be helping out with hurricane Michael. I I'm positive on that. But last night, I do not think those proceeds went directly to hurricane Michael victims. Well, we are one month away from raising food and everything for and money. More importantly for metropolitan ministries to feed people here in the Tampa Bay area are thanksgiving broadcast, which will be at. What's your plaza as usual? The American Red Cross has done a great job the Salvation Army out there with their mobile kitchens. Just unbelievable. Dick Griffin wanted me to mention the Salvi or the the fact that. Yeah. The Salvation Army was doing it. He said it they're kind of like the military. These are people who are in the Salvation Army is a career and a dedication passion without much of a paycheck and during nine eleven they were the first on the scene in the last two leave and they've set up mobile kitchens in every county. It's unbelievable work. They're doing and if you wanna see other groups doing it. Go to Tampa Bay times page four A, they've got the list of places that are the restaurants and things like that that are trying to raise money and food and things like that to help out in the panhandle. Speaking of the Tampa Bay times, you got your your paper a little early today. Oh, yeah. We yesterday. We Jeff said it came in at noon. Did eventually come got in here. Right. The cracking noon..

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Okay. I want to get to. Robbins money line from last night. We'll Lesley Stahl the president questioned about separation when I say Obama did it you don't want to talk about. Oh. Make a run your answer. But you did it four times telling you that you treated me much differently on the subject I disagree. But I don't want to have that site with you pay another fight. In the meantime, I'm President Trump the Mike. Thanks for coming. That's when you leave the room. You can't do that. You just go. More on that later. There's also Hillary Clinton news. What is today Monday? Yeah. Well, with Hillary Clinton would obviously has come back around because of me to that relationship between the president and Monica Lewinsky. Yes. I mean, there are twenty year anniversaries of things they come back and people talk about that bought the twentieth anniversary box set of the hearings. Yes, how much were those tastic nineteen ninety-five t shirt with it? That's not too bad. So one of the things with Hillary Clinton. That then is brought up is, you know, with all of these people now losing their jobs for these relationships where the balance of power, isn't there? In other words, you've got a boss, and then you've got some intern intern fields pressure. So this person now in two thousand eighteen losing their job the question to Hillary should Bill of resigned back in the day. What role is any? Did you play.

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"With Lesley Stahl last night headed interview. And in that interview. I mean, she was she was kind of forceful. She was little bit disrespectful. She was asking all kinds of questions that were not getting under the president's skin. But. You could tell by the tone of the holy vet that they were not showing this president to Sam respected. There was show previous presidents, and I guess there's no surprise there. But Donald Trump did hold his own in in a spectacular. Well, in a forceful way. The first one we're talking about climate change chunks of ice falling. We played that again. But let's play. Let's do that again. A president President Trump. Do you still think the climate change is a hoax? Look, I think something's happening something's changing. And it'll change back again. I don't think it's a hoax. I think there's probably a difference. But I don't know that it's manmade I will say this. I don't wanna give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don't wanna lose millions and millions of jobs. I don't want to be put in a disadvantage. I wish you could go to Greenland watch these huge chunks of ice just falling into the ocean raising the sea levels, and a you don't know whether or not that would have happened with without man. You don't know where your scientists your scientists at? Disagree with that. This is settled science does not. This is not settled sciences, plenty of scientists. There's no such thing as man made global warming. But I thought it was kind of a lovely thought after she showed the devastation of the recent hurricanes that hit the United States. She leads off with that question. So this she asked him have you changed your mind? So with these hurricanes out there have you changed your mind at all President Trump. You know, I I was thinking what if he said, no I've seen the hurricane situations and change my mind there really is climate change. And I thought, wow, what an impact what an impact make denying climate change. But it could very well. Go back. We're talking about. They say that we had hurricanes that were far worse than what we just had with Michael who says that they say people say that in the sciences. You have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda. That's like, I also have a political agenda told you about that they have a political agenda. There's lots of money going to these universities for research. You have scientists out there telling the truth they lose funding Lesley Stahl asked the President Trump about separating children's is at the border. What about the four separation of children from their migrant children from the same as the Obama law? You know, Obama had the same thing it was on the books, but he didn't enforce it for state you launch that. This is the same walls on a book when Obama. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But he didn't enforce it. First of all, Leslie.

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Call me now seven three four eight to two sixteen hundred. I've just made yet another executive decision that is tomorrow. And again, I'm right now, let's see I'm going to say about. I'm close to maybe eighty percent through this video Foley, say yeah. But seventeen minutes long. Scott story about how America was almost destroyed by criminals, I'm gonna play this will not be able to see the. Visual. Of course, will you will if you can harness your third eye and Doolittle little astral travelling, but other than that, you're going to be hearing it through your radio speaker tomorrow, I'm gonna I'm gonna get through the whole thing. I it's not going to fit in one segment, and I'm going to let me let me harness my long term memory. That's a sticky note. Putting on top of the full metal jacket nuke proof attache case of truth. Justice and the American way right here, it really is mental. Anyway, I'm gonna play this tomorrow. Just the audio alone is damning in. It's you don't have to see the visual. But really helps if you do you can get that over at my Facebook page stay Ron exit on Facebook. And we're gonna play this tomorrow on air in entirety. It might take maybe three segments to get through its laying out the litany of what happened. In the Trump Clinton. Well, even before it was Clinton back when Trump was up against what sixteen Republican primary opponents, and how Trump was a joke. Hey, it was a joke. Just oh. The butt of every joke and crazy doesn't stand a chance. Who's this? Crazy, you're fired celebrity and apprentice, celebrity and and. Reality TV show. He hasn't said a chance in hell all of a sudden, they realized that he was a head of Clinton by three tenths of a point three tenths. And they they flipped out. We've got to go way way deeper because this does not bode, well, even though it's a little bit. He's still ahead. And you'll see the whole you'll hurt the whole litany tomorrow. But they went deep, and they went so deep as to bring about a lie that we're still caught up in right now embroiled in this fake, Russian collusion thing, and we're gonna we're gonna play all of that tomorrow, the the audio and man if you want to know who the real criminals are do not miss tomorrow's show or jump ahead go to thyroid exit on Facebook where we post stuff like this. Nobody else does. Thank you, Ernie ex. And what we're gonna do is play this audio. You can see the whole thing and hoping a whole bunch of people see it and share it. You know, one of the things that we heard who was it was it the psychotic Lesley Stahl. I I haven't watched Trump was on. I guess sixty minutes. Somebody asked him will you promise to not do away with the Muller investigation. It might have been somebody at one of the news conferences, and he said, I don't make any promises to anybody or something like that. Yeah. This is a lie. It's a lie. They even know it. In fact, they show van Jones you won't be able to hear it tomorrow. But you'll see it. If you see the video and audio over at the they weren't ten on Facebook. He even said it at one point now back into the coke brothers real quick. They're arguing cook brothers are formidable. They got a lot of dough. They're like a a Michael Bloomberg type force, by the way, they all play together. Well, they're not straight up conservatives. The cook brothers are not we the thinking. Nope. No, no. There are people that are manipulating and gaming. So that they can hang onto their mega billions as is Bloomberg as this dire. As is Soros at a certain level of the game. And this is disgusting. They may say we love America. But they like America in a comfort since they don't like America in a freedom sense, not loss let that sink in for I've been over that Jefferson this show. Freedom is not equated with comfort. However in today's two thousand eighteen America comfort is rolled out as freedom more often than not. Let that sink in. Because the fact of the matter is is that. They kept kids believing that. Oh, let's see. I've got Uber. And I've got this little hand-held device. I got my face shoved into rag on really comfortable, and this is wonderful. I'm free. No, you're addicted you've been addicted. Oh, I have I have ObamaCare, you ain't free. I I'm getting free education. Oh, governments giving me a student loan. It ain't freedom. That's not what freedom is. And then you've got people so dumbed down so enslaved and the gimme gimme gimme states that they will make an argument against actual freedom. So that they can maintain their comfort. It's truly disgusting and scary. And when you get to a certain level of the game where you're a multi-billionaire if you ever attain that lofty financial, well, it is freedom on one level truly is you don't have to worry about your income tax enough to worry about your heating Bill. You have to worry about anything. You just got to worry about the fact that you hang onto your dough. Because you are man you're in Barbados one day Portugal. The next New York the next you're you're hanging out with all the well, the kazillionaire than it really Republican or democrat when it comes down to it. There are a whole class under their own. And that truly is how they function they're the global elite. They're not really overweight, but that's what they want you to think and they're smarter than you. They know more about you on how to manage. Thanks. How to run things and they'll make the decisions just get out of the way. Don't worry. We've got the council on foreign relations working with us. It's okay. We know what we're doing Brexit. That's insane. We need a European Union. Who else are we going to trade with it's absurd that we've come to embrace all this crap? But many have and these guys by the way the coke brothers. I don't well. I don't know that they all go to these places. But chances are they would that one point. They were talking about George Soros believe it or not. He's supposedly works out. He probably just sits tolerant him in the steam room makes deals, but George Soros, and I've been Bloomberg were hanging out at the same gym. Yeah. In New York. So I'm sure the cook brothers got going there two thousand a steam room. And then all Yuk it up around. You know, be just good old boys talking about what's going on with regard to policy. My point is they don't give a damn about America. The first mega rich multi-billionaire guy that came onto the scene a burst on the scene that loves America that realizes that comfort is not freedom is not comfort was Donald Trump. Scared the hell out of him. He's still in office, by the way. He's still your president. Always was my husband since January two thousand seventeen. Yeah. He's a president. But the hate that and they're working tooth and nail to get him out to make him not the president. Now, let this sink in forget the coke brothers for. The second forget Bloomberg. Forget Soros for a second focus on this. We have in my lifetime. And I'm old. I'm al-. I'm almost three quarters of a century old. That's a long time for human being to be on this planet. I know I wasn't supposed to be here this long. There's gotta be some purpose for me being here. Because I know that my curses I'm gonna live to be one hundred thirty. But that's beside the point the bottom line is this even if I don't I'm here for some reason, I know that I keep asking what it is. I think it's got something to with what I'm doing right now. But here's the deal..

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What the hell no idea the hell that may await what does this may business. It either is or isn't or you're not sure you're gonna win this. The White House is completely unprepared for the onslaught it will face at the house flips says, a former official in the Trump White House. Who would that be like Omarosa? From a communications perspective, but White House completely unprepared for the onslaught it will face if the house lips I can't believe there's a soul in there that doesn't know. What's coming? A second. Former Trump advisor said simply the White House is only able to focus on one thing at a time. Well, that's absolute Bs Trump proves that every day. Republicans on Capitol Hill have largely protected the Trump White House from serious investigations, which is not unusual win the White House and congress are controlled by the same party. What absolute crock? Republican ever Trumpers have done everything they can slow walk Trump's achievements. But back got some audio soundbites. I've got to get in here. Here is Lesley Stahl attacking Trump for mocking and mimicking professor ballsy Ford. Had I not made that speech. We would not have one. I was just saying she didn't seem to know anything. And you're trying to destroy a life of a man who has been extraordinary. Why did you have to make fun of her? I didn't really make fun. Is the person that we're talking about didn't know the year the time the place, professor Blasi Ford got before the Senate and was asked what's the worst moment? And she said on the two boys laughed at me at my expense. Do you think you treated her with great idea? But you seem to be saying that she lied. You know, what I'm not going to get into it. Because we won it. Doesn't matter. We one way one Jose Rodriguez. Yes. Of course, we do. We do we do feed people insure and we did border. We do Lesley Stahl. Once again, what is this? He didn't show her respect. She's the one that couldn't prove anything. Do we have to go down this road? Again. She didn't know when she didn't know where she didn't know why the people she named her. They're all said, they weren't there. She couldn't tell anybody where she went afterwards other than home. And she couldn't tell anybody how she got there or who took her or what she said. And that's all Trump pointed out, he did not. Mimic her. He did not imitate her. And is it showing her disrespect by pointing out what she doesn't know. This is the left tries to control speech and thoughts by castigating. Anybody who dares tell the truth about one of them? Dr ballsy Ford did not have evidence. She did not have corroboration and Trump is right. If he had not done that at that rally. There's a lot of Americans would have never known that was the truth about her because the media people like Leslie Stahl. We're not repeating the truth about ballsy Ford. They were not telling the American people. She had no evidence. She couldn't remember who. What when we're why? And that the four people she claimed her there said they weren't including one of her so-called best friends. The media didn't tell anybody that. That's why they're mad at Trump Trump dead. The media's job foreman. He did not mock he did not mimic. Imitate or show disrespect. You see we're supposed to respect Liberal Democrats whenever they allege it doesn't matter male female, whatever they allege we must show respect we must believe them why. Because they're Liberal Democrats is why and they are political tools that have been weaponized. And that's why we are supposed to believe them back. Russia's.

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Donald Trump talks climate change on '60 Minutes': 'I don't think it's a hoax'

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Donald Trump talks climate change on '60 Minutes': 'I don't think it's a hoax'

"Since we're just talking about storms and climate change, we should play this moment from President. Trump's interview with Lesley Stahl on sixty minutes. Lesley Stahl opened with hurricane Michael and ask the president. If he still thinks climate change is a hoax. Now, the president didn't necessarily. He said he didn't necessarily trust scientists because he believes scientists. Have a political agenda, and then he said this, I think something's happening. Something's changing and it'll change

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Brian Lehrer show on WNYC. Good morning everyone. So the midterm elections three weeks from tomorrow and a new Washington Post. ABC news poll finds really unusual levels of voter interest for non-presidential year. Are you surprised seventy seven percent of registered voters say they are certain to vote or all have already cast an early ballot. That's twelve points higher than their poll taken just before the two thousand fourteen midterm elections. And listen to some of these demographic breakdowns certainty to vote. Is up twenty four points among non white voters compared to the twenty fourteen poll by contrast white women without college degrees, generally a Republican voting bloc. Only had a twelve point greater likelihood to vote half the people of color increase and in a reflection of the Trump in metoo ears certainty to vote is up. A whopping thirty two points among women under forty compared to twenty fourteen one reason is because President Trump keeps saying things like this. This is from sixty minutes last night as CBS's Lesley Stahl press Trump on how he mocked Christine Blasi Ford. Do you think you treated with six? Oh, yeah. But you seem to be saying that she lied. You know, what I'm not going to get into it because we won. It doesn't matter. We won doesn't matter. How treated are? We won the Washington Post says it's poll finds Republicans certainty devote did go up faster than Democrats since the cabin all Blasi Ford story broke. But it also finds thirty three percent of registered voters said the cabinet debate made them more likely to vote for Democrats that six point more points more than the twenty seven percent who said it made them more likely to vote for publicans. I'll add one more stat Washington Post reporter, Philip bump notes that thirty percent of seats in the house of representatives currently held by white men are considered in play thirty percent of seats in the house of representatives currently held by white men are considered in play seats, those incumbents could lose Philip bump Washington Post national correspondent. Joins us now. Hi, phillip. Thanks for starting off our week. Welcome back to WNYC. So thirty percent of seats in the house of representatives currently held by white men are considered in play are those overwhelmingly Republican seats. Yes, they are. Wha what the correlation is there? Most of the seats that are in play. This year are Republican seats most members of Congress Republican. You're white men. It's also they overlap, but I think the interesting thing about that data point is how it encapsulates the primary tension of this year's midterm elections. Which is seems to have shaken out to be overwhelmingly about women particularly women of color facing off against mostly Republican White men, and I think that number sort of encapsulates, right? And the thirty percent is a total of eighty five seats in the house currently held by white men considered in play eighty five seats in play currently held by white men. Do you know how many of the challengers in those eighty five districts are women or people of color? It's a it's a great point. Most of them are white men other white men. So yes, it is the case that white men are being challenged in that a lot of white men are actually facing off against him. But. That said there is a store if number of women who were actually on the ballot who made it past the primaries to the general election. A lot of them are running and races. That are not expected to be contested and are not likely to win as a result of that. But I I don't know what the actual percentages. But your point is well taken that those white men are likely to if they lose their elections be replaced, by the way minute. So the house is likely to be more diverse after the election. The question is by how much exactly in the answer that you likely into that is probably not that much. What do you make of the cavenaugh related numbers in the poll? It looks like the issue has given the Republicans a little bigger potential turnout boost than they had. But overall cavenaugh is a net negative for the GOP, but just by a few points. Yes. Exactly. So this is a post ABC pool that was just reported out over the weekend. I'm going to be curious to see how that lasts over the next three weeks. I mean, we've seen one of the main characteristics of the political debate. These days seems to be that everything has about a thirty six hour shelf life. So it'll be interesting to see if this this actually manages to keep powering Ford, despite the fact three weeks out, you know, one of the key things to keep in mind about midterms is that Republicans usually turn out better and midterms terms, and that's been one of the reasons that in recent years, they've had more successful actions in two thousand ten two thousand fourteen is that Republicans tend to be older, they tend to be wealthier at least in terms of that sort of turn out those groups that turn out more often. Anyway. And so to have Republicans be more energized than they weren't really this year is going to be important for them. Democrats be energized. When Democrats don't turn out for midterm elections that could make a significant. Loops did we just those Philip up failure? We had to drop out there for a second. Maybe you can square two things that we usually hear about the Republican electorate, and you just said one of them that Republican voters tend to be better off economically. But at the same time we hear the Trump's base is white working class voters who are not better off economically, whereas white college educated voters are more likely to go democrat. Yes, that's exactly right. So so there you're right that there's a lot of sort of circles, spend diagram. The key thing is at Trump's base is not been warmer Republican electorate, right? So the normal Republican elected artists sorts of folks that I was just describing this is more speaking in broad generalities. Obviously, there's a lot of nuances that sort of being alighted, but Trump's base is really seen as being these non college educated white voters who came out who didn't who might not normally have voted new came out to vote twenty sixteen whether or not that's a fair description of them not voting regularly. Is is subject to debate one of the things to remember about non college educated is the Dan itself correlates with age and that the percentage of the density of college education, college degrees among Americans increases as you decrease in age older, people were less likely to have gone to college. It just wasn't as big a thing. Forty fifty years ago as it is at this point in time. So there is a correlation that exists we sort of have this idea that when we talk about non college educated voters that we're necessarily talking about people who have low paying jobs who, you know, who didn't do who never chose to go to college and therefore sorta have different styles of careers. I think that's sort of the implication. One gets that it's not necessarily accurate. So that said important thing here is that there still are a lot of Republicans who aren't in that demographic who tend to come out and vote very often who tend to be wealthier who would then who in two thousand sixteen may have been more reticent to support Trump, but eventually came out and supporting them in that November anyway. This Washington Post national correspondent Philip bump, and we can take your phone calls for Philip on anything pertaining to the midterm elections. Also to this kashogi situation, which we will get into as well as the related to some degree return of American evangelical pastor. Andrew Brunson from Turkey over the weekend. And we'll talk some about campaigning for or against civility in different ways. And some of the campaign so anything on any of those things to one four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine to your comments and your questions. Welcome staying on that new Washington Post ABC news poll. How 'bout those certainty to vote numbers compared to the midterms in two thousand fourteen women under forty likely turn out up by thirty two points compared to the last midterms all the other likely increases pale by comparison a lot of first time voters among them. Yes. Exactly. I mean, this is this is going back to the point that we were making it the outside. This is this is I think the thing to watch in three weeks time is the extent to which women turn out to vote in this election. One of the most dramatic shifts that we've seen in new electorates since twenty sixteen is white college educated women turning against the Republican party. It's been really really really dramatic shift that we haven't seen among other demographic groups, and that's a function of a lot of things Trump's election itself. The metoo movement the events over the past year problem with to some extent the cavenaugh nomination as well. And it's gonna be fascinating to see. I mean, obviously, there's a gap between self reported certainty to vote and actual voting. But I feel pretty confident that there's going to be a big surge in in voting among women this year that probably is not great news for probably party. We know that fifty three percent of white college educated. Women voted for. For Trump in two thousand sixteen. It'll be really interesting to see what percentage of that same group white college educated women votes for Republicans for congress or for that matter for governor in their states. In three weeks from tomorrow and the poll did find that Trump got his first positive approval rating as president for his handling of the economy in this poll, forty nine to forty six percent positive on his handling of the economy. The first time he was above water in the Washington Post ABC news poll on that though. His overall approval remains under water at forty one percent positive to fifty four percent negative. How do you think that plays in an election where Trump is holding rallies almost every day now and telling people in those competitive races that the election is about him. Yeah. I mean, I think that that's not a great message for him because yes, he likes to celebrate the strength of the economy. Obviously the economy is doing well for most Americans at this point in time. There are certain perceptions of how the economy is doing. They're tied the partisanship, which I think are worth noting. I mean, right after the election. There's a huge surge in Republican competence about the economy that, you know, this is two weeks after Donald Trump one, which I you know, there's definitely a partisan overlay here. But that's it. I actually looked last week at the history of job approval for presidents versus the unemployment rate and the unemployment rate in particular is very poor guide while it is one of the signal metrics and Trump points to us to how well the economy is doing it's a poor guy to what presidential prove looks like presidential propose based on a lot more than just perceptions economy. Although obviously Trump would like I would like to tie the two pretty closely together for obvious reasons. If you look at someone like Lyndon Johnson economy, I the unemployment rate was fairly low during his presidency, but he became extremely unpopular. Because of the Vietnam war. I George W Bush was very popular right after nine eleven and then very unpopular as Iraq war ground on regardless of what the unemployment rate did their perceptions of the president which are independent of how the economy is doing. And in the case of Donald Trump, a lot of people who if they themselves got, you know, they fifty percent raise directly because Donald Trump did something we'll still not like Donald Trump as president because all of the other factors related to his presidency. I want to move onto the situation involving Washington Post columnist Amal kashogi increasingly believed to have been murdered by the Saudi Arabian government at the Saudi consulate and STAN ball, Philip first of all my sympathies and shared outrage with everyone there at the Washington Post, did, you know him personally, or do you want to say anything about his work as a columnist or the reaction of the post newsroom as a whole? I did not know him personally. No. You know, I think that one of the things that I've been really impressed by I shouldn't be surprised by it. But I've been really impressed by the ability of my colleagues to compartmentalize our emotional feelings about having this happen to someone who works with our organization and still do straight reporting stolen objective looks at what actually happened to him. It's the best of what the post is..

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on V103

V103

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on V103

"Hey, this is chilly TLC style. Good morning and wake up. This is Eric. Hey, this is Macy. Nash, Dave Chapelle. What's up this is ice cube? Let's be honest lettuce. C Cedric the entertainer, and you're listening to the Steve Harvey morning show. All right, Steve the last night. Trump was on sixty minutes. He was interviewed by Lesley Stahl talked about the country being divided. He said the economy would bring the country together. And then take a listen to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Money to to what he said what the president said about making fun of bread Kavanagh's excuse her Dr Christine Blasi Ford. This was when he was in Mississippi, take a listen to this professor plsy Ford got before the Senate, and and was asked what's the worst moment? And she said when the two boys laughed at me at my expanded. And then I've watched you Mimika and thousands of people were laughing at her. They can do what they I I will tell you the way Dow Justice Cavanaugh was traded has become a big factor in the midterms. Have you seen what's going on with the polls? But did you have to? Well, I think she was treated with great respect. What do you think? Thank you treated her with great. But you seem to be saying that she lied. You know, what I'm not going to get into it because we won. It doesn't matter. We want. How the president see see here's who thinks I'm not going to get into that. Because we won. It doesn't matter. Did he thinks that divide in this country will be fixed by the economy? Yeah. Here's a guy who's grown up never had a tough day in his life who thinks that if you have money, it solves everything the problem with the economy being fixed is that the trickle down for the really big money. Never gets to the common, man. If it did you would no longer have the common, man. And the rich boys ain't fitting ahead. It's sad, man. Money. Okay, long as I have money, then the country is okay. But see that's what they're saying. As long as people, stay rich and get rich everything will be fine. Because we're the ones who provide jobs. That's what he say. That's what the whole party is built on the rich people provide jobs in a -tunities for the common, man. And as long as we okay, the country will be okay what he's not. Why is that the money that you pay these people who are what's called the common man often times is not? Yeah, they can't make it off that it's hard to feed a family provide for your family. Shirley, can you have to do the next thing that conservative party strongly suggests that's what it cut out all these programs? That's why since Obama's been gone a lot of military programs or cut out healthcare programs are cut out. They got a proposition in California, our number eight to get rid of all the extra money that we're spending on dialysis citizens stuff. They gonna close dialysis people are going to die. Yes. We're getting the money because once you're able to get this money that we're paying you. Then the rest of the Republican party feels like then you should pull yourself up by your bootstraps. That's the danger of the conservative party to act like everybody got boots when they don't. That's right. Steve. And everybody is the fact that people believed it and vote for these people over and over and over and oh, absolutely. And you're talking about right? The enemy is the other race. And that's what they see. Hispanics. It's blacks, you know. That's that's the enemy and as long as they're doing bad. Then it's okay. Because at least we ate them. Yeah. But see his his his prop take care of the rich. They trick. All these people in these red states these poor red states, right? Alabama's poured Mississippi's poor poor the way, they trickle MS they make them feel like they are part of something of the could there the moral party. So they're the moral party. So they are gifts immigration there against gay marriage. They're against welfare is more demo welfare is a lot of gay conservative people. And who you think high immigrants to be oh houses and pick the food. Right. And how they got this idea that they're taking something away from them. Like you want to be out there? All right. You need to vote in this upcoming midterm elections. Bottom line. Okay. Up next the nephew with a prank phone.

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Seven forty two with the vice president of the United States Mike Pence. We got together over the weekend before he spoke to the crowd there on Saturday. He had the sold out Indiana, Republican fall dinner on Friday. And then there was a crowd on Saturday. And before that, we we spoke fifteen minutes one nose to nose, and that was just a little bit more. I want to I wanted to just hear him out on a couple of subjects. I had to the Senate race on Joe Donnelly where I asked the question specifically, and you'll you'll hear it and by the way on pre existing conditions, and whether or not the truth is being told. All right. I teased it. And then on what the administration is going to do about mom kashogi who is his Washington Post contributor, who's missing in presume murdered by the Saudis on Turkish soil. You have to push. I absolutely all hardly believe that is this pushing or is this something else from Lesley Stahl Putin. Yeah. Okay. People don't understand why you never have a harsh word for Vladimir Putin. Okay. You're I don't understand. You don't know what I talk about with Putin in the meeting prior to the president publicly. You never say anything. Harsh huge me. I'm the one that gave Ukraine offensive weapons and tank killers. Obama didn't you know, what he sent he sent pillows and blankets? I'm the one. And he's the one that gave away a part of Hugh Crain where Russia now has him personally Vladimir very tough with him. Personally. I had a meeting with him but kill of us. Yeah. It was a very tough meeting. And it was a very good meeting. Do you agree that Vladimir Putin is involved in assassinations in poisonings, probably he is? Yeah. Probably I mean, I don't have a blink probably. But I rely on them. It's not in our couch. Why why not they shouldn't do it? This is a terrible thing. I shouldn't do it. Believe that the Russians interfered in the two thousand sixteen campaign election, they meddled, but I think China metal to country. Why don't you jump Russians meddled because I think John also? And I think frankly, China, this is bigger problems. We're diverting the whole Russian thing doing anything saying Russia. Allow me MS MS stall in the real world, you still have to deal with Russia, and you still have to deal with China. What you want? If I am to listen to you correctly is for me to walk into red square and execute the man why not say so the screaming and yelling and carrying on about wanting me to name call Vladimir Putin doesn't solve the problem that the closer they get to China the worse. It is for us that the old school foreign policy of Henry Kissinger is still the right foreign policy and people like you and your ilk. And your mindset don't know how to keep the country free and safe and strong the problem Lesley Stahl is you want to show strong name calling. And I want to have a strong America. We're going to very different things here. Now, that's how I wish he would have answered the question. That's how I would answer. The question. I believe the president needs to be a little bit tougher in public regarding Ladimir Putin.

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The great American. Rally factor and often on mechanically. So it's good to have Bill O'Reilly on to have disgusted killing the SS. I think the big point he made is that just because you're a butcher Baker candlestick maker like a normal American or normal Germany in the nineteen thirties. That does not mean do the mass media assaults and the taking away of individual dignity and the taking away of a court system, and the taking away of Catholicism and Christianity, and Judaism, whatever religion, you might be involved in doesn't mean that entire nation. Cannot be turned into Nazis. That's the scary part about killing the SS. And I read most of the book over the last couple of nights to get ready for tonight's interview with Bill O'Reilly, and what he just pointed out this could happen anywhere. And anytime to anybody. Let's continue with more coming up next. My interview with the president of the United States, Donald John Trump might have seen earlier tonight to sixty minutes. Sixty minutes had him on with Lesley Stahl. I think showing them little or no respect interrupting him so much but nonetheless on Friday night couple of nights ago. He was in my hometown here of Cincinnati. And he got a hold of me on on a four or five days ahead of time. And if I was available to stop it and say Hello when he's in town when the president asked you to do something, especially one is as charismatic as consequentialist, President, Trump, forty five actually have no problem doing an some things scheduled Friday night said to heck with it. I want to be with the president and as a warm caring engaging person. Way he works. The rope line are private time. Together. Our discussion was fabulous. And. Going to share that interview with you here coming up in about five or six minutes. And I think you're gonna find it very good. Because you're you're going to get a sense of the man, and what he what lies ahead what the interview today. I think our tonight on sixty minutes. I thought was ridiculous. Lesley Stahl did a horrible lousy job. I think my time with the president a couple of nights ago was much better. So I'm gonna air that interview in a few minutes and the president also an extremely complimentary things to say about me for which I most appreciative. And also if it wasn't for I think, Sean Hannity, and my friend, Sean Compton..

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on X96

X96

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on X96

"The school or it's that treacherous spanish fork high school trying to frame springdale has just like spanish fork and springville are also rivals as well you know what carrying that's just a theory i know how shifty the dawn's can be i know i graduated from there he's shifty dawn michael cohen has a business partner in his law office and it's called the taxi king he's this because he trolled controlled a lot of the taxi business in in new york his name is he guinea friedman he has just a agreed to plead guilty to some charges he's been he's gonna cooper he's he's flipped he's going to start singing to robert mueller the special prosecutor's office it will be interesting to hear what comes out about that let's see oh and this by this was really odd i thought did you see the story about lesley stahl veteran sixty minutes anchor very well respected woman news reporter had told a story about president trump that surprised a few of her media colleagues at the deadline club awards dinner in new york on monday evening brahms not making this up now by the way she would have nothing to gain by doing that she's not making it up she said donald trump told her that he continually quote discredits and this means the press the news media for a very specific reason to so uncertainty about the media so that no one will believe negative stories about him brom sixty minutes reporter recalled what happened when she.

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Lesley Stahl: Trump admitted mission to "discredit" press

Radio From Hell

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Lesley Stahl: Trump admitted mission to "discredit" press

"The school or it's that treacherous spanish fork high school trying to frame springdale has just like spanish fork and springville are also rivals as well you know what carrying that's just a theory i know how shifty the dawn's can be i know i graduated from there he's shifty dawn michael cohen has a business partner in his law office and it's called the taxi king he's this because he trolled controlled a lot of the taxi business in in new york his name is he guinea friedman he has just a agreed to plead guilty to some charges he's been he's gonna cooper he's he's flipped he's going to start singing to robert mueller the special prosecutor's office it will be interesting to hear what comes out about that let's see oh and this by this was really odd i thought did you see the story about lesley stahl veteran sixty minutes anchor very well respected woman news reporter had told a story about president trump that surprised a few of her media colleagues at the deadline club awards dinner in new york on monday evening brahms not making this up now by the way she would have nothing to gain by doing that she's not making it up she said donald trump told her that he continually quote discredits and this means the press the news media for a very specific reason to so uncertainty about the media so that no one will believe negative stories about him brom sixty minutes reporter recalled what happened when she.

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"lesley stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lesley stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Will be headed eleven hours up towards that site north korea is going to put on what they're calling a ceremony to officially decommission that nuclear testing site i'm stephen portnoy at the white house there was a difference the president says he noticed a change in attitude from north korea after kim jong un met with xi jinping earlier this month i don't like that but he says he doesn't blame china's leader president xi is a world class poker player mr trump says talks continue on a singapore summit but he doesn't sound certain it'll happen is scheduled in three weeks a business partner of trump attorney michael cohen is cooperating with investigators cbs's paula reed this could be used to pressure colin to cooperate in the special counsel investigation but colin could resist that pressure if he believes the president would grant him a pardon in exchange for not sharing sensitive information about the president's inner circle and has family but a presidential pardon only protects you from federal charges not anything filed by the state new york officials say if gainey friedman known as the taxi king is pleaded guilty to a criminal charge president trump tweeted this morning that spy gate could be one of the biggest political scandals in history it's a reference to the fbi informant who tried to determine if campaign aides were working with russia at a new york events sixty minutes correspondent lesley stahl revealed there's certain calculation to president trump's attacks on journalists she says he explained it to her off camera during the two thousand sixteen campaign that is getting tired why do you keep hammering at this and he said you know i do it i do it to discredit you all and demean you all so when you write negative stories about me no one will believe you twenty eighteen campaign forty forty year old stacey abrams became the nation's first black woman to be picked as the gubernatorial nominee for a major party the georgia democrat will face one of two republicans in the fall cbs's ed o'keefe across the country we've seen examples of female candidates and first time candidates winning a lot of these democratic primaries up and down the ballot it's a sign of the continuing surge of interest in energy among democrats a giant of modern american literature has died novelist philip roth was eightyfive here's cbs's vicki barker sometimes philip roth seemed to be.

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