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Breaking Down the Final Debate
"Want to get straight to of course the big story I don't know how late you stayed up but I stayed up to the very end president trump and vice president biden facing off last night in their final debate of before the election joining us right now to focus on the issues that matter most your money pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz Frank let's get straight to it some of the top moments from the debate this one from the first hour take a look at this. They said. Elected if he's elected, the stock market will crash. Say. Very quickly. The idea that the stock market is booming this is only measuring what's happening where I come from his scranton and climb on the people don't live off the stock. Market. So, branch I. Maybe we should start here who won this debate in your mind the mind of the undecided. From One But he did not win by a significant mark. It's not GonNa Change Votes, which is the real question in the real question who's going to win this election and did the debate have an impact? and. The answer is that it it still looks like it's going to be Joe Biden still up Psychic Donald trump ended up being his worst enemy. By the way, there were two separate debates last night. If you watch for the first twenty, twenty, five minutes envy you say that you stayed up late to watch the whole thing the first twenty or twenty five minutes Tom. Trump was calm names collected as answers were. Seis, you actually had to lean into listen to him. I was in the hall and I was watching the people around me and they were all sitting forward. Debate went on got more and more agitated with Joe Biden clearly the the idea that there is that the you'd him bothering him and Joe Biden while he did not give answers kind of answers that the public wanted they were good enough. That he did well enough that I don't think it changes the trajectory though. What does your another clip right now and then I wanna walk through what what you thought about it and what those around you thought about the economy came up again when the candidates made their final case of the night. Success is going to bring us together. We are on the road to success, but I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it if he gets in, you will have a depression, the likes of which you've never seen your 401k's. We'll go to hell and it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. President. Biden. Same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? How say? I'm an American president. Represent All of you whether you voted for me or against me. And I'm GonNa make sure that you represent. I'M GONNA. Give you. Hope we're going to move. We're GONNA choose science over fiction. WE'RE GONNA CHOOSE HOPE OVER FEAR WE'RE GONNA choose to move forward because they have enormous opportunities, enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy. So, which was the more effective final a final effort. That encapsulated the election and did not show. The Donald trump chest, your four case will go to help. With Donald Trump being explicit being accusatory. Of being very strong but but being negative. And you had Joe item in the language he used I'm an American President I represent all of you. And that Biden approach I believe is the reason why he's leading in. Anywhere from eight to eleven or twelve percent. Now are undecided looking for answers and we're looking for specifics. Frankly they were looking for solutions to what's going on and they didn't feel Joe Biden provided them, and what I think is happening is that it's a choice tween sonal, you don't want and policy your freedom. Donald Trump still presents himself. In a way that others wondering too I want more more years, BIS versus policies that they don't know at aren't. Clear, and frankly Joe Biden may have to really verify them taxes ever talked about supreme. Ever talked AB- statehood. DC. Or Co now, you're going to jump in. In the end. You believe that Donald Trump himself last night but. I. Go ahead Andrew. Frank. What about I? Mean there were allegations obviously from both sides about corruption The president tried to go hard at several points against vice, President Biden in relation to his son and some of these. Reports or theories depending on. Where you stand about them and then of course vice president. Biden went back at at at at at the president about corruption to some degree or arguing that there was corruption inside his own administration. Did I either lay a hand on each other now because what what went on with hundred buying still never clarified Donald Trump was successful in raising the issue he wasn't successful in prosecuting issue is a big difference. So that our focus group participants, they still understand what hundred didn't don't understand the connection between. This connection between hunter and his father they wanted to know more they were upset. Joe. Bind. Didn't explain more but did change their votes. No. In the end I think that former trump voters and undecided because that debate I think they're gonNA come home but Donald trump needed to to radically change the condition of this race in eleven days the advertising do speeches won't do it. The rallies won't do it. The acts won't do it. So that, you gotta give trump a minor victory because he'll bring a few voters home and it will close the race a little bit. But in the end I think Joe Biden won the
Trump and Biden spar from afar in dueling town halls
"Let's talk about what happened last night president trump and former vice president biden making their case to the American people are on Dueling town halls. I was sitting there with my remote going back and forth back and forth both events focusing on the trump administration's handling of the global. Pandemic. Do, you support herd immunity as a strategy essentially just lucky. The Cure. CanNot be worse than the problem itself we did the right thing we were expected to lose two, million, two, hundred, thousand people, and maybe more than that. We're at two hundred, ten, thousand people. One person is too much should never happened because of China it happened because of China and you have to get that and understand that there's a presidential responsibility to lead and he didn't do that. He didn't talk about what needed to be done because he kept worrying in my view about the stock market. He worried if he talked about how bad this could be unless we took these precautions precautionary actions then in fact. The market down and his barometer success economies the market. Joining us up right now is political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz who watched the duly town halls with a focus group of sixteen undecided voters. Frank. What was the upshot? The upshot I've been trying to figure this out for the last couple of months? Why are these people still undecided after all this time after seeing all these different events and watching all the ads and I can answer for you right now They are nervous about trump's persona and are nervous about Joe Biden's policies, and that's what's holding them back. It's not that they can't see difference between the two candidates they see a tremendous difference. But the difference is an aspects of things, they don't like about each candidate and they're trying to decide which is more important to them. The fact that they really don't like Donald Trump as a person. Or the fact that they are really scared about what you're biding might do if he became president. Based on that assessment though as you talk to them and hear their their thoughts. Do you walk away from Matt Feeling like they're moving in one direction or another based on these events or anything else? Frankly know that they cannot decide and that they will not decide and that they're going to wait until Election Day, our history tells us that in the end if they haven't decided to support the incumbent that they end up to one supporting the Challenger. For Donald Trump the only way he can win at this point and frankly he should have done this debate it was to mistake van cancel it the only way now with this state dividing the way that they are with. So few people undecided is that he would have to win every single undecided voter and then win over four five percent who were leading to Joe Biden right now, that is a very tall order when you only have one more debate to come. To show you a couple of clips get your feedback on them. Last night president trump spoke about the economy during his townhall where Savannah Guthrie interviewed him take a look at this. We are going to have a phenomenal third quarter which will be announced on November. I just prior to the big November third day we're thinking this year red wave, but we're going to have a tremendous announcement I believe I mean we're gonNA find out but GDP is going through the roof. If we don't have somebody that raises taxes and quadruples taxes, which they want do and kills everything our economy's going to be phenomenal next year. was that an effective argument for your independence? No no, it was not. It's going to be phenomenal. It's going to be tremendous I. Guess you can applaud him for coming up with words that have three and four syllables but that's not what these undecideds are looking for. They do support they remember the economy before covert and give trump a lot of credit for that but they want to know the details how can he do it again? This current circumstance and they don't want these generalities they want to know exactly what he's going to do. They're never going to endorse him in his persona. They'll like how he attacks don't like the dish business that comes from him but did you appreciate his job and they appreciate his success they wanna see that he's going to be able to do that one more time. So franken next week, these two candidates are going to have their final debate together. Terms of approach if you were advising both candidates, you would be telling them what I be telling Joe Biden to repeat again and again. there. He goes again, you just the same line that Ronald Reagan used to remind people of what they're tired of and to remind people that there is simply frustrated and anxious and the quite frankly exhausted from this campaign. And for Donald, trump and I'm sure that he will not do this I would say look I would I would apologize to Joe Biden for that first debate I'm being very serious now I would apologize to him for that first debate and acknowledge that not everything has gone as planned but remind people that we did it before we did it again he's got the proof he's got the evidence did he knows what to do that it worked once and that it can work again I want to say one more clip. But before we do that, what do you make of all of the votes that are coming in by mail? As you're looking at the different tallies around the country, are you convinced that those are in? The prevailing wisdom is that people voting early voting for Biden do you believe that's the case I do and I'm doing a significant amount of polling on it right now, and by the way Andrew I hope that you can show the focus group because the one thing that's been very frustrating to me as upholster is that we're hearing from people like me and we're not hearing from the voters themselves and I think that that is constructive thing that could possible viewers frank let let's do. Let's do that right now because you you ask your Focus Group of sixteen hundred voters about the economy and we have a clip of that and I want to show it. With. Let's roll it. Trump had an opportunity to speak to undecided voters. He specifically mentioned the economy and what he says over and over again is it's GonNa be Great. It's going to be better than ever it's going to be. We're going to get right back to where we are and Thurs euro substance tobacco
Why has EastEnders been cancelled?
"Even the soap operas. Don't enjoy immunity from the corona virus eastenders. The blockbuster stole water the British evening. Schedules is being canceled during the outbreak. luntz. I don't know about you but every time I watched eastenders it just brought me down. Some people might cheer the departure of something which is very very well done. But he's awfully depressing L. E. Senders. I I started twenty years ago. None of that stuff and I didn't carry on so I'm with you. I'm actually I think that's a real challenge shaped pool. Cost is a little too old saw. I'll be council for the protection of the cruise the actors and absolutely right but the creative industries in this country that wants to be it up to find a way of telling the story and how people are responding to the crisis. Dramatically and using a soap opera characters perhaps couches for these vendors. Maybe own their homes To tell the story about how this is something that we can deal with together by supposedly another by supporting communities. Missile programs are all about looking communities. How they how they haven't made is helping each other and we know that soap operas kind of a very powerful influence on the national conversation and how the goddess else think about ourselves. So I would that there are people that the BBC ended up. The cost is thinking about this and thinking well. Maybe we count blockbuster filming of Me Happen Day off until now but maybe there are other ways and telling the story of Britain's going through them. The rest of the world is bound. So how do we add if you were sort of head of commissioning for forecaster? How would you act or create something that would act as a societal mirror? That didn't make us all gone jump in the river. Well what you'd want to do. Is You want to show the reality of it. I think it's very interesting idea. That long has said actually to suddenly got me thinking You'd want you'd want to show something that shows the complexity of it and so there's an upside and the downside. Just what I've seen here in. North London is on my street as we have a WHATSAPP group and already the neighbors are reaching out to each other offering to help do the shopping self-isolation and a rallying round but at the same time I've noticed there's definite stress intention in the air. Yesterday I went shopping. And there's someone behind me and I didn't see them and I let the dog go and you came out kind of ranting and raving at me. I've let the door almost slamming his face. Which certainly haven't intended sue. But you know it was a bit of a hair trigger moment. I didn't reply but you know and I've seen that in other places people sort of being very careful not to go near each other. There's tension there's so there's two things going on as a community rising also attention rising so you'd want to show that and I think you'd have to be careful not to get into the propaganda of it's all going to be fine and we will rallying round but people understand the complexity of what's going on around them and I think Some drama that reflected that it would be would be very
Young Republicans: The new climate activists? Maybe.
"Know the polling says young Republicans want climate action. But it's the public shift from party leaders that I just find hard to believe. The Republicans have ridiculed climate science installed climate action for more than a decade. Do you believe these new messages from party leaders for real yes definitely. I think this is real. The question is to what effect clearly something new is happening. I've had a number of conversations with folks who work on the hill who all say the same thing that Republicans are talking really differently about this issue behind closed doors fewer and fewer of them are rejecting the science. And they're feeling real public pressure to talk about it. We're GONNA hear about why later on in the show and now this is playing out publicly. So you've got Republican leadership saying they're gonNA put together this package of bills to address emissions and there is of course a lot of skepticism which you address but there's no doubt there's a shift happening both in private and in public. Yeah you know. I've got some strong feelings on on this which I'm happy to share. But first let's hear from a reporter. Who spent a lot of time figuring out what's up with? Republicans on the issue of climate. Change Amy harder is a climate and energy reporter with axios. She's been covering the issue for well over a decade at the National Journal Than The Wall Street Journal and now at Axios. She broke the story of the new Republican climate. Push and our co host. Jeff Nesbit sat down with amy to unpack it so it it does feel like there has been a shift. I mean you know you talk to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. He says that he has private conversations with Republican. Senators all the but there's been a public shift for Republicans On climate fairly recently. Are you seeing that in your reporting? Well we're starting to see them. I've described it as coming back in from the cold because this isn't where the Republican Party has always been so you're seeing them number one acknowledge that climate change is a real problem That deserves some sort of response now. There's a huge debate about how big that response should be. But in general You're not seeing comments from lawmakers particularly in the House that are really out there on left field when it comes to the science. I recently sat down with three top. Republicans House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Congressman Graves of Louisiana. I'm in Congressman Westerman A Republican from Arkansas Ed. There was this interesting Exchange Between Westerman and graves when Western said something that didn't really fit with the scientific consensus of climate change. I immediately saw graves jump in and clarify so. There is a very acute concern within the Republican Party. That at the very least they don't want to fight the science and this is of course a long ways away from where Democrats and a lot of the public and corporations are but nonetheless it is a shift to stop fighting the science. So let's let's let's dive into that a little bit. What's in those new proposals from some of the house? Republicans I would say there's three main components of the Republicans plan which is to be introduced over the coming weeks and months the first one has to do with capturing carbon emissions from variety of sources. So that can be by planting more trees in in theory that would capture more carbon the other tube Parts of this plan include a ramping up clean. Energy Technologies and clean energy technology exports so giving special tax treatment to companies that export clean energy important here to note that the definition of clean energy is of course very much in the eye of the beholder. Republicans are in Wide Agreement. That NATURAL GAS. Which is the cleanest burning fossil fuel but still very much a fossil fuel with the climate impact? That counts is clean energy so expediting pipelines for example to move natural gas as part of their clean energy plan. Which a lot of Democrats and many in environmentalists would take issue with and then the third pillar is actually not directly related to climate change but more focused on plastic pollution And so this would give foreign aid to countries in Asia and Africa which is actually where most of the most polluted rivers are with plastic. The climate angle is that oil natural gas at the bedrock aplastic. So there's that connection So those those are the three main components and I've pressed McCarthy in Western and graves on this asking them if they have some sort of goal reduction goal of emissions at they hope to achieve the the answer to that is no that they sort of reject. This idea graves used the term arbitrary targets. I think most experts say having some sort of goal is good for trying to achieve any sort of outcome. I think time will tell. The devil is in the details to see if they can really say that they'll be any sort of concrete reduction of emissions with these policies. Which is of course the whole goal. So what so? What are you seeing learning behind the scenes that that that might explain? What's driving this chain change? Why is this happening now? I think one really compelling arguments that Republicans are being receptive to. Is this idea of course that it all comes down to politics that they've been given a polling that shows younger. Republican voters are really not liking. How their leaders are disavowing? The science they want their Republican leaders to at the very least acknowledged the science and put forward a range of relatively moderate policies. And so I think that's really driving them and and people often say they're just doing this for political purposes and that seems like a throwaway line but in fact compared to where we were a decade ago. I think it's quite significant. That Republicans see climate has not acting on climate change as a political liability. And that's an incredibly important shifts because the politics do need to shift when it comes to climate change if there's ever going to be big policy so what's what's the reaction to these proposals I within the Republican caucus but then also among their colleagues on the democratic side. Stephanie been all over the map. You have some environmentalists and Democrats that think that this is just another way to deny science another way to keep stonewalling big action and then you have other Democrats. I think con- Congressman. Paul Tonko is a good example Democrat from New York. They see this movement as not enough but definitely better than nothing and a big shift from a few years ago. I interviewed Jason Grandma. The president of the bipartisan Policy Center. Who has been integral in a lot of these debates and while he described the big emphasis on trees as quote aggressive gardening he also applauded the Republicans for making this shift. What Jason Grandma also said is that Democrats environmentalists should not chide these Republicans for not doing enough yet because it's a process and although it certainly not moving fast enough for some for some critics that it's certainly moving so what what is climate looked like as a voting issue in two thousand twenty and beyond and will that have an impact on the Republican. Party's outlook on this issue. So I posted a question recently to Frank Luntz. Many people may know him as Well known Republican pollster so. I posed the question to him about are these Republican policies about trees and plastic and clean energy technologies. Is that going to be enough to convince voters? And he says while trees are great. Voters are going to want more and I'll be interested to see if that's the case. I think you'll have a positive impact from not denying the science but I think as climate change becomes a worse problem. I do think there'll be a call to do more however also note that so far to date. We have not seen voters around the world support big climate policies. And so. That's what I've called the big climate disconnect and. I think that's something that's an open question. Voters say. They're concerned about climate change. But do they really support the big policies? That would actually make a difference and I think the answer to that is is. We don't know
"luntz" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Have already been in thirty states. I got another three or four more to go before we reach New Year's they do know how mad we are. Do you know how how this ugliness damn desire to be heard I to listen to learn but to be heard how. It's undermining so many things and it doesn't have the spring. Hey Hey welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro. Show Sunday special today. We are joined by Dr Frank Luntz. Frank is the pioneer of the instant response. Focus Group technique and the New York Times bestselling author of words that work. He's best known for its political commentary. Metairie more media outlets turning to him to understand American voters than any other political pollster. Frank thanks so much for taking the time to stop. I really appreciate it. It's only what fifty minutes from my house. All sorts actually pretty close your convenience and it made perfect sense. So why don't we start with what's on everybody's mind. How do you assess trump's president trump's standing leading up to the two thousand twenty election? Does he still have control the IRS. Can I still be audited on a accomplishment level level when he's actually done is incredibly impressive unemployment rate at fifth year. Low flack unemployment at an an all time low Latino unemployment all-time low wages going up the economy strong even with all the yelling over China economically. It's been pretty incredible tax policy. People get to keep more of their hard earned income in foreign policy were not in the middle of a war on what he's done it's pretty impressive passive and how. He says it how he communicates. I'm not sure how much of it I like. You and I have talked infrequently frequently but enough and.
"luntz" Discussed on Mixergy
"It means. It's penetrating. Sure. No, hunting, son Evan. How is it that when you talk to my producer? You said we came up with the idea for gadget flow, August fifteen twenty twelve who knows the specific date that the business came up. How did you? How did you know this specific date would happen? I dunno. I felt something you did. I definitely definitely journal right in a in a calendar. I feel a lot of things I don't remember the day. I fell in love with my wife, but I felt something. If you if you think hard enough. Remember the exact date? Right, right. I mean, you know, it was I was date. I was civil because you know, we create we book with started a business. So, you know, it's a it's an interesting date for it will remain forever. Inner bang for everything. But I mean, yeah, like be Luntz is business. We've never expected to work with companies like GI or to partner with length airlines. Right. So slow thinking was we're going to cover a broader collection of tack broader, not not even the broader tech market its products, you're going to focus on specific edges which gadget which is the baby. The granddaddy of all these different tech companies used to do the called in gadget because they covered gadgets. And you said we're gonna take back to that. And just focus on gadgets and more of them started by covering gadgets. Like you said for like the first year or so, and then we have basically customers. Weren't sending any kind of buy in days that we have people coming to us on saying, hey, you know, you're there has been great, your your social media channels create engaging gauge how can we get on our website? And we're like, okay. Yeah. We'll we'll we'll charge you like forty nine dollars to get on gadget flow. Like. They came back like a week and a half later in the relate who we like like not tens of thousands of dollars in in sales guy. So that was you knew that advertising from the beginning with your model. The question I wonder is how did you get anyone to come to your site? What was it was it? Search engine optimization. Was it? Something else social. Pretty much everything say definitely lots of Viking back in the day 'cause Facebook or get your Ganic legit say Facebook was like say four five maybe even ten percent, in some cases, you had engaging as if somebody hit like on your page. Facebook was going to show your potion them more often wear later, they stopped doing that. They good old days to get people to hit like on your page. Did you do the likely? So we partnered with a load of lake similar interests pages. Like apple fans, the Android rules say or the graphic design world Whitman that they're using. So we're like, hey, we're not monetize ING the site. That was back in twenty were not monetize ING the side. So we'd just love partner in exchange like in our audience so out gonna run it promotion for their site on your blog, and they'll seem for you was like basically Lincoln chains can do were posted chase of like that. Rate Janas that brought us the first few thousand subscribers followers and everything else. So you know, it worked great for the grow type of negative force SEO wise, given my tech background and online advertising that I had from the agency than from the web design ages that I when I was seventeen I knew that as you would have been like a big part of our marketing strategy. So we paid attention from the one. So that that is the lot what worked for you back in the early days of SEO search engine optimization back lanes for sure we started with back laying and basically domain authority was very important..
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Said that i didn't that only use examples from the left i'm now using example and i said and i tend to use examples where it's the guy on the right but you don't wanna hear that you see you're not listening doing thing that you're saying that country is doing you're not fucking paying attention there's no you're talking over me you're not allowing me to even call myself on something i was going to make the fucking point that i'm part of the problem but you interrupted me and then erupted me again and again and again and again and wouldn't let me make the fuck and point you made the buchan points with the word fucking three times and the great volume so you're concluded all right we we congratulate you but i bet you doing bill maher how you doing let him ask the question that he was gonna ask that i can't remember what it is oh come on you give hollywood all this importance right and then you use that as an example her as an example which i think is kind of cherry picking it is very it is very pressing it's it just happened last week and then the other thing which chuck schumer i do the same thing i find myself and this is what i want to call myself on if i wanna make a point about something off find the place where the republican was the guy that wouldn't sit down and not hear you saying the thing about chuck schumer it always seems to be i felt really had on election day by msnbc you talk about an and we know what fox does an i am that msnbc i am that guy that lives in the bubble i am not hollywood liberal that lives in the bubble right and there's twenty people they're all hillary supporters and verdy supporters but i felt had because msnbc realized was selling it was trump even when they're showing him for twenty minutes they're showing it for twenty was the power of the image is everything you know what i mean and so i'm guilty of all.
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Television news we consume information we're looking for honesty will looking for truth there are tens of millions of people who are not looking for honesty and truth they're looking to be not informed but affirmed and that's one of the greatest sicknesses so that everyone who watches msnbc voted for hillary clinton eighty percent of the people watch fox voted for donald trump that's not good for us we need to get factual information and i've begged the networks because i know the senior people there which you please talk stop with the facts and talk about the truth with a capital t because that is one of the few things that still unites us and the truth is for millions of americans who saw that routine michelle wolf was offensive and ugly at the most important media dinner of the year you have all these people there who are afraid that donald trump is trampling on the first amendment and then what do they do they take the first amendment to its extreme i know that you guys are to your core against censorship but it's not censorship to be personally responsible and how you act i thought he was dreadful i mean i thought she was the worst thing of all a comic can be is unfunny so i didn't think that funding all without without adding to the without piling on without there's a way to be funny way to be cutting edge away to be stephen colbert perfect with only one exception when he used a part of the anatomy and made that comment about trump.
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Supposed to be down the middle and the group so broke apart calling each other awful names swearing at each other you walked out for twelve minutes they'd even knows you're gone right they would just the other each other and yelled and yelled and yelled and this is america and this is what i get every day so while you're being honored tonight i've got twenty five people come into my house half of them eleni ills and half in the baby boomers and we're going to have the same conversation about generational challenges at i'm afraid that not only are we divided by politics and race but we're divided by income by education by region maybe even by generation that we actually seek to find differences what is great about your shows is that it did not matter whether you're a left wing or right wing you watched all in the family did not matter whether you're left to right whether you're black or white you watch the jeffersons it did not matter whether you're a feminist or not you watch maude you produced more shows that cut across the fabric of this country what shows do that do that now maybe this is us on nbc has that kind of broad appeal but so few shows do and the importance of norman did was that he allowed us to laugh at ourselves at the same time he pointed to our weaknesses and the things that we needed to change but we're is that now where do we go to bring us together paul newman's great mind from absence of malice where do i go to get my reputation back so i asked the two of you where do i go to get my country back we'll do i ask such rich show biz as much as starts with politics dushi donald trump as at wait let me ask you questions not even the beginning of the question culture is more important york the only the only thing i said of the question was do you see hollywood actually preface it with hollywood you prefaced it with noise said i don't think it starts with hollywood star our away from hollywood that's like you guys love to you know that you endow hollywood with either way culture depending on how it works culture warriors politics culture eats politics.
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Think of what he could have done if he had the talent that exists in this community the best writers on the face of the earth the problem is having had so many of them coming to visit across the years and saying exactly what you just said they want to because i have communicated so well with the american people help me help me but then basically whether they are aware of it or not all they wanted was my my rolodex and my contribution rolodex and countries yeah and i know cared to listen for someone from the right to actually care but the best elections i wanted to me the pest election that could have been and never was would have been bill clinton and newt gingrich because the two of them they could have gone across the country drive a hundred fifty miles each day set up in a debate that would last three hours no media no interruption since the two of them on moderated going back and forth about the issues of our time both of them are brilliant just policy just policy and being able to explain the challenges from the other side because clinton knows that ask a good question gingrich knows how to how to position well could you imagine how strong what a wonderful it was would have been the best election since stephen douglas and abraham lincoln in eighteen sixty what if john casick and hillary clinton had done a similar thing i know casing very well fan john casick helped me write my father's eulogy was the only member of congress who came to my father's funeral and so i have a special thing in my heart for him and i always will he's very tough on people around him and i got him on fox news got him unedited in a little town hall.
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"I would say that from my side trying to understand your side right you weren't crazy about trump in the lead up to the election and then you seem to have embraced trump and then you say comment i made his wits interests low but it's been positive comment about trump which was his state of the union address a few months ago and i got and i won't name names but i the number of journalists who have who are not on my side or any side because the truth is were on the same side if norman tries to say that we're not i will fight with him because i want to be on his side i don't want and i want to be on your side and i think that it's ridiculous how we treat each other you let me just finish this question because i usually don't but i'll let you do it you know you the reason i bring this up this because i heard you say in reference to trump that he says that he says the things he'll say whatever comes into wine it's refreshing to people is that true is that it's not refreshing i hate i hate because it's not like he's saying hard truths he's saying bullshit it was a single tweet about his state of the union addresses more than a single several tweets on that night as i'm watching him and the language that he used in his of the union language that explains why he beat hilary clinton arguably the most qualified candidate since george herbert walker bush good he said and she was absolutely qualified and she was absolutely inauthentic and if she had spent time with norman if she'd spent time with you understanding that one look people straight me i and stopped reading your speeches to a teleprompter and she's awful at a tel stevie wonder reads a teleprompter better than hillary clinton does number two she cannot engage the audience can't read a teleprompter he's blind oh wait.
"luntz" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"The twentyseven second long count it's it is a house filled with history i have a letter from albert einstein condemning the palestinians not the actual palestinians condemning the jews who are about to declare independence this ten days before that declaration for bringing violence into palestine and whenever i show someone from israel that letter it provokes a fight while a letter from abraham lincoln apologizing for being unable to get general mcclellan to testify before congress charlie chaplin from nineteen thirty seven condemning hollywood for censoring people and that there wasn't freedom of speech in the hollywood community i mean when you think about what chapman went through later on so it's meant i want to surround myself with history not always good history but with history and culture and sports i've got some incredible sports items i have the boston garden to chairs from the original boston garden it was that was torn down years ago signed by bill russell who doesn't sign anything well and by larry bird and so when i'm in that how and one last thing when you come into the house you see on your right hand side statue of ben franklin and on your left side statue george washington and inside the house this size painting of abraham lincoln i bought the statue but i'm going to mitt this to you i bought that sets ben franklin with the hope that i'd have the courage to to do hallucinogenics so able to sit next to franklin and have a real conversation with him why have you not done that an invite us when you do.
"luntz" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Other day frank luntz doing his focus group people are angry people are angry people are angry they need to get together we can have this we'll wait a minute frank you gotta go beyond just a superficial you know what are the shared vow people just don't come together because we look alike and were the same species they come together because of shared values if people don't have shared values they're not going to come together if my if your value is i should be able to dictate what goes on in your life and your value is either believe in freedom and live and let live there isn't a lot of compromise there in a world where ben shapiro is is essentially a nazi and and honestly you know or or anyone is just dubbed a in fact labeled a racists simply because you exist it's in your dna don't ever don't ever tell me i have to accept that and that there's compromise in that one when we talk about the whole concept of unconscious bias in that that being taught which was a big discussion what that is power play that somebody attempting to have power over your life in control would you do by claiming that you don't have control over your life because you don't even know how bad you are and therefore i need or people like me that think my way need to control your life and you have no sane it because it's an unconscious bias all it is is power playing tall it is something more than a power play somebody wanting to have control over somebody else's life that's immoral that's evil yep we got a great show ahead by the way we do we're going to talk about other things and stuff the facebook hate button oh my gosh i bet just trying to look we just want to destroy the business model and guate business on a hate speech button and you'll do just that we'll we'll talk about that coming up a whole bunch of.
"luntz" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Their value is in projecting and advancing the agenda of the quote unquote media or the establishment or what have you charlie cook and frank luntz have incredible value for example all during two thousand sixteen claiming trump didn't have a prayer and the republicans are going to get wiped out that's what the news media wanted reported what better way to have that reported and bring in a bunch of quote unquote experts to say it and once the experts have said it after being introduced as experts why the influential aspects of their comments are considered to be incredible the experts you're saying trump don't have a prayer the drive bys don't even have to say it themselves as long as they can have the experts say now i'm not saying again i'm not saying the drive bys get together with luntz and say frank i want you to i want you to tailor the outcome here so it says x that's if luntz says something opposite he has a focus focus group says something opposite it'll be on fox penn occasionally it's not uniform the experts will occasionally beat right otherwise people would totally raise hell but the vast majority of the time is of no consequence because the value is not conclusive expertise or evidence the value is the prediction of doom of despair of making the left field.
Search for missing autistic boy takes grim turn as father is arrested
"Read something to you from bloomberg news on november eighth of two thousand sixteen clinton win democrat senate seen by analyst charlie cook who's sound bite we just played saying fear republican be really nauseous right now because it looks like it's curtains political analyst charlie cook in the national journal predicts that hillary clinton will win the presidency and democrats will take control of the senate he says donald trump has no margin of error and would need to win all twenty four states carried by mitt romney in two thousand twelve to win the race frank luntz on twitter november eight two thousand sixteen hillary clinton will be the next president of the united states despite being wrong repeatedly so they are continually turned to and asked for the results of their research and analysis and they were wrong they were proudly i mean they they were loud really confident in a moment wockhardt deputies in mississippi a thousand the body of a double murder suspect from east ridge wanting three year old casey james law horn telling thirties he shot and killed his mother in one of his friends at the family's home on john ross road just after midnight sunday it's car spotted on i fifty nine near laurel mississippi if he'd he's there say they have recovered the body of law horn search for a missing five year old autistic boy from middle tennessee has led to his dad's arrest more from w g o w's louis league five year old joke lie daniels was reported missing by his parents wednesday the boy was unable to speak because of severe autism after three days of searching under an endangered child alert his father joe ray daniels was taken into custody charged with criminal homicide investigators with tb i say daniels purposely killed his son and hid the body the search for the body continues won't news online anytime you want news twelve now on the talk monster w gop day one for a new employee instead of joining in productively they face a confusing disjointed process and piles of paper forms.
"luntz" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Luntz on the positive side and the negative side and i ended up going in getting into all all of the colleges that i was getting accepted to i actually got dropped from and this last school you see santa barbara was the one school that i was able to get my expulsion removed from expunged from my record and so by the grace of god i ended up getting into uc santa barbara and it was you know a game changer for me but before i really got him a path that i've been on who would have thought lightning strike swipes right i actually ended up getting arrested for the same thing that i got expelled from high school for which was a physical altercation drugs and how alcohol were involved and i remember waking up in jail out of a blackout not my proudest moment for sure and i looked around me and it's a look to my left i look to my right i saw one what my environment was whom i tribe minute circle of influence was and i was like hell no this is not the life that i wanna live it's not who i m and add that was kind of what i call my my oh shit moment where i was like this is what my future's going to look like and less i do something differently in the past the powerful you know a hot there was i had the choice the power was you know within me to to decide what that look by can always remember you know might have in a conversation with my daddy his look you know this is your your your windshield in your rearview mirror moment and if all you did was focused on the rear view mirror you'd lose sight of what's going on in front of you what opportunity you have in front of you need crash and burn in so i chose not to let my past equal my future in that moment and got super into personal development of me i was so scared of facing about seven years in prison and to me i was so scared of that reality that i come home to the opposite of what that would look like which was personal development i edited my peer group stopped drinking stopped doing in all the different things that i was doing and that really led me down a path of finding mentor ship.
"luntz" Discussed on AP News
"Frank luntz asked about trump talking about trump is the one so far like seven and seven power trump of hill for an anti trump and frank was the person to put it altogether so it was frank luntz oprah and about fourteen people from michigan swimming pool you here already ahead tv off it some of them actually book were wrong or all trump yes someone from what interesting area frank launch offering frank delights to uh unfranked look sweated and climate learning yeah he did and frank like slaves to be on the show than till who decided hated me but uh because i talked about his uh heritage all that's right or should monitor on a hairpiece but he hangs out of vegas so and you know you're they're out to else george soros and this may have to launch right so you show all over at the hotel and frank is answers the door than his bathrobe a little boehner gone honor them sneakers open at the earth a uh that uh abbas happens roy galling the upshot for only he's expecting yeah probably he would have it hooked ahead the as multiple hippies the bought a slump point there were to go off one off for pence it might that's a horrible fahd's for bergkamp oprah sixty minutes armstrong sean good for you remember the drugstore suzy hamilton here she was she got off on well burn a hooker in vegas alan shearer hoven in their lives again and then them threesome deals tom now brush on an all out oh she never heard him for a client bell honor of milk astra assumes that knocked on the door and frank.
"luntz" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The the the aforementioned frank luntz focused group in alabama is actually happened on friday on hbo's vice news tonight it's a show there and they have the pollster frank luntz come in there he is the establishment republican pollster in focused rubber and they put together a group of alabama voters to talk about the senate election that is tomorrow and during a discussion about support for roy jones voters scottie porter chuck more an luntz had this little exchange i'm not voting for him because i like him i am voting for him because they don't want doug jones but when more is entitled to the presumption of innocence in the law and in the bible just like anybody else should be their only accusations there'd been no charges fouled all you have is a group of women that have come forward head how many more how many women have to come forward before you say wait a minute where there's smoke there's fire jim is the not just how many the american are actually not be impaired been a course to do that how many of them do think are being paid all o all of them although everybody in his focus groups thinks all the women in a roy more story are being paid and they all savior voting for more some say they like more some say they don't most of them say they're not voting for a democrat they don't want any part of a democrat in there they all say this happened forty years ago why did they wait before an election until an election to come forward this is the same point that i may i told you might call the trump campaign and when that access hollywood came out the video i'm not going to tell you i talked wasn't trump but i i call us at whatever you do do not run from this my sense is and don't doubt me the american people enough of them are fed up with this kind of october surprise or be s to affect their vote right before an election they're getting offended by it and they're far less likely to fall for this i was hellbent on make him at point that was just my instincts because i will know the high access hollywood tape was ten or twelve years old harold of was and then i found out the washington post is who released it because nbc didn't want.
"luntz" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The the the aforementioned frank luntz focused group in alabama is actually happened on friday on hbo's vice news tonight it's a show there and they have the pollster frank luntz come in there he is the establishment republican pollster in focus rubber and they put together a group of alabama voters to talk about the senate election that is tomorrow enduring during a discussion about support for roy jones voters scottie porter chuck more an luntz have this little exchange i'm not voting for him because i like him i'm voting for him because they don't want doug jones but when more is entitled to the presumption of innocence in the law and in the bible just like anybody else should be their only accusations there'd been no charges filed all you have is a group of women that have come forward said how many seven more how many women have to come forward before you say wait a minute where there's smoke there's fire hander bottle legitimacy not just how many irrationally not be impaired mbna of course to do that how many of them do think are being paid all o all of them all everybody in his focus groups things all the women in a roy more story are being paid and they all saver voting for more some say they white more some say they don't most of them say they're not voting for a democratic they don't want any part of a democrat in there they all say this happened forty years ago why do they wait before an election until an election to come forward this is the same point that i made i told guy call the trump campaign of when that access hollywood came out the video i'm not going to tell you i talked wasn't trump but i i it whatever you do do not run from this my sense is and don't doubt me the american people enough of them are fed up with this kind of october surprise or v s to affect their vote right before an election they're getting offended by it and they're far less likely to fall for this i was hellbent on making that point and that was just my instincts because i will access hollywood tape was ten or twelve years old herald of was and then i found out the washington post is who released it because nbc didn't want.
"luntz" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Frank luntz asked about trump talking about the trump is the one so far like seven in seven par trump of you for an anti trump and frank was the person to put it altogether so it was frank luntz oprah and about fourteen people from michigan swimming pool you here already ahead tv often not some of them actually but were wrong is all trump yes so more from an interesting frank launch offering frank lights to uh unfranked look sweated sweating climate learning leading journal yeah he did and frank largely used to be on the show until who decided hated me now but uh because i talked about his help his all that's right where she dimona there was a hairpiece but he hangs out in vegas so and you know you're they're out to escort service and this move to launch right so you show all over at the hotel frank answers the door in his bathrobe a little boehner gone honor them sneakers opens a well the neighborhood abbas roy draw wondering oh absolutely crawley these expecting gap probably he would have as hooker here the as multiple hippies the bought a slump point there would come off on off the pence and might off a horrible fahd's i'm sorry for bergkamp oprah sixty minutes uh harmless sean sean but a well you remember the drugstore suzy hamilton here she was she got all fall phnom while ben a hooker and nerve vegas alan shearer hoven in their lives again and in them threesome nails them brush what an all out oh she never heard him for a client bell honor astra a susan knockdowns your frank a rancher she join the conversation exactly.
"luntz" Discussed on KELO
"I found actually quite fascinated to be fair she did a piece on it was one of them you know frank once the pollster frank luntz once was is been doing focus groups men luntz uh you know he advises political campaigns of candidates and so on and he's longtime political consultant frank luntz searches would luntz in lunch has been doing these focused group meetings where he's got people on both sides of the spectrum so you've got people there that are ardent donald trump supporters and i don't necessarily mean republicans their dunk trump supporters those who aren't republicans liberals democrats on vast variety and i thought i listen the young i would have had a stroke if i were a part of that focused group and what they were saying is is that increasingly were polarized legal we all know and i'm talking about taking the bitterness and the anger out of it just in terms of our ideas work of were terribly polarized isaf there i listened to young one young woman who was going on about she was literally interior she was crying talking about republicans trying to take away her healthcare and she was literally in tears and she was don't so distraught and talking but not be gabled shapira full of not being able to get the care that genie aids and so on and i thought okay how can i relate to this woman this is somebody who first of all doesn't really even understand when we talk about healthcare it's no such thing as many of you have pointed out on the phones especially i think over the past sixteen months when we talk about the health care debate in this country it's no such thing it's it insurance debate.
"luntz" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Please no welcome back to the show eight thirty six twenty four nine mark arum made it back thanks are cover fornari buford in law gory of luque's often i we are discussing the chickfila sandwich two more days left the thirty th will be lasting at the chickens out saying which it chickfila your thoughts 448 seven 200 750 george in both jordan george walker the program what's up buddy if jordan from biogas i really like chicken fillet and i like earthquake unfairly failed to stubborn i've been i grew up in atlanta and go to door piles over an equal yes sir but but i always remember when i was like this is back in sixty nine out on football claim and a coach would always take uh and i hate they even player but he would take us for burger king after football game guy body walker's movement back in fifty nine yeah bunni how you always remember they i you know our and uh but anyway i wanted to call insider but i do nervosa chicken belie chicken fillets antastic asked getting a lotta walkers too bad either my ever took a south for food like our during a game or somewhere adelaide during the game but atalaya thing we not for pizza luntz with a pizza pizza yeah the might have been after bowling legal i could be get mistaken honda's is in athens hohns welcome to the show how are you i'm doing your mark how 'bout you excellent what's gonna go what made me mad about get away three months ago my my goto well known i love their note aim to be worn seventy then they went of 520 hit another twentyone raila we're yeah for how many nuggets well the twelve pack you're saying is now six baht yeah the started out of four twenty five twenty one will that's that's the as the chicken valid cuba o well yeah i see i i understand that people are gonna miss it i'd i'd i never once went to chickfila just for that you can s out sandwich i have gone just for their chicken soup like i'm sick right now i might go get your legal gluco america think anything in my stomach she'll be good right now 404 870 zero seven fifty one eight hundred wsb talk i am now on the mark arum show it's time.