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Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:45 sec | 30 min ago

Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Moment President Biden is considering sending them to the region Yell the video call with European leaders on Monday over concerned about Russia's military buildup at Ukraine's borders More than half the nation has finally turning the corner in this latest COVID search with new federal data showing cases following or leveling off in 31 states along with the District of Columbia U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy seized progress but notes more can be done Two of the biggest barriers we have right now to ensuring the tools we have are actually put to work to end this pandemic are the polarization of the pandemic unfortunately but also the misinformation It was announced earlier today that Pfizer and BioNTech are launching a clinical study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a vaccine specifically targeting a Macron to back to back earthquakes hit Haiti yesterday a 5.3 quake shook first destroying nearly 200 homes in damaging 600.

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Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:07 min | 31 min ago

Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Arising that Russia could invade Ukraine President Biden has directed The Pentagon to put 8500 troops on heightened alert ready for deployment at any moment to support NATO forces in Europe the Kremlin today says that its profoundly concerned about the latest U.S. moves but it won't comment until a written response from the Biden administration Secretary of State Antony Blinken said threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine could have global consequences in an online lecture blinken said the U.S. is keeping diplomatic channels open but also helping Ukraine prepare to defend itself Even as we're looking to advance the diplomacy advance the dollar we have to be and we are prepared when it comes to defense and deterrence Secretary blinken says an invasion would take us back to the Cold War days Russia denies it plans to invade Ukraine Pfizer is beginning a study comparing its original COVID vaccine with one especially tweaked for the omicron variant The drugmaker will study more than 1400 healthy adults most of whom are already vaccinated they will either get revised on Macron based boosters or original versions Some of the unvaccinated volunteers will get three on the crime based doses of the vaccine Three Baltimore firefighters were killed and a fourth remains in critical condition after being trapped in a fire inside a vacant home that collapsed Baltimore mayor Brandon Scott Baltimore.

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Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:24 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"36 here in London. Let's continue now as today's newspapers joining me down the line is a journalist and author Agnes parre, who's in Paris this morning. A very good morning to you and is how is Paris this morning? Very foggy. Oh. And quite cold, but it's beautiful, you know? I can imagine if it's not too bad even in the fog. And yes, what's so caught your headlines in the courtyard in the headline? Sorry, I've been distracted by an image of a beautiful foggy parent. Well, it seems that every newspaper is waking up to the fact that France is now leading the way in infection rates. If you look and indeed, if you look at the our world in data, you know, by the Oxford University, there is this line above everybody else a red line that's France. We've had 373,000 cases in the last 24 hours. Which is enormous if you compare to, I think it's 90,000 in the UK. So of course you have to realize that France is one of the countries that does the most attest. I mean, the capacity of test is phenomenal about 1.5 million a day. But still, if you look at really the criteria is to look at infections per 1 million inhabitants. And it's at the highest with Dane Mark. So now why is France leading? Well, it looks as if the French are suffering from guess what social distancing fatigue and like their European neighbors. They really are not very tempted by working from home. Suddenly less and also they aren't public transports and they want to resume their life pre-pandemic. And the government has, in a way, you know, bad so much on vaccination. Which is very high in France. And on the vaccinal parts, which is started this week, there is a feeling that if children who are the most affected by COVID infections at the moment, if children and teenagers and younger adults get COVID and a lesser form of COVID with immigrant, we'll get to her the immunity and that will be perhaps and exit from the pandemic. But we'll see really at the end of February early March, whether it was a good strategy. It's an interesting strategy to take given the fact that probably France is watching the likes of, well, let's take the United Kingdom and the U.S. as an example where the peak of a Macron has happened and yet, especially here in the UK, the social distancing measures haven't been astringent as they have in the past. So perhaps they can take comfort in a way that they are no longer feeling as much of an experiment. But what I find quite interesting about the papers is, if you look at Le Monte today, you have the health minister Olivier veron saying no country apart from I think with a second highest test in the world. And it's funny how the French government is trying to see it as a mark of pride that they've spotted on this case. Well, yes, but of course, if you're looking for infection, you find in infection, where we have the feeling that in the UK, there are figures. And then there's the reality which is probably two or three fold. And that it doesn't matter really to the Johnson government. So, you know, all in all, we'll see really. I mean, it feels that the French government this time a bit like the UK announced that it would be relaxing, the wearing of masks for instance not indoors on public transports that will remain compulsory, but will be allowed for instance to eat on trains, which was forbidden since the early December, things like this. And also you will be able to go to the theater and concert halls, you know, the capacity will increase in terms of the number of people allowed to be there. But of course, we'll have to wear a mask, which is very different from the UK. So. You know, we'll see whether the vaccinal paths which is compulsory for anyone from the age of 16 will have an impact on whether it was the right strategy. But of course, with the presidential elections looming, probably president Macron wanted not to be seen as the as the sad president who wants everybody to work from home and not having fun. Let's talk about Emmanuel Macron and his presidential campaign. It almost seems as if he's in full swing and nothing has been launched officially, but we'll have to give him that. Tell us what Emmanuel Macron is doing yesterday. He was in rural France yesterday who's in 'cause what was he saying? Well, he's still not saying he is going to run. He said yesterday in the region that he will announce it well in a way it's normal. The later he announces it, the better for him, because if you're looking at what's happening with two candidates from the far right, which is really novel for France, and 8 candidates on the left side, he prefers them just to debate and kill each other as it were on very heated televised debates. Rather than take part. So he will leave it to the last minute. What is interesting is that he's now sort of touring rural France because he's seen very much as a sort of city dweller and the president of the young elite, if you'd like and not of farmers. So that's what he's doing at the moment. And la parisienne has an interesting dose here on its front page about television and democracy. Because of COVID, because of restrictions. A lot will be taking place on television and televised debates. And France and the French public broadcasters have been instrumental in setting up all the primaries debates and they have extremely popular with the French public. And we have this tradition in France of the second round, far so fast debate. I remember watching their mate was like going to mass when I was small, and we're all remember them. But now, will there be fast round debates, televised debates? That's the really the question today and will the president take part in those first round debates that promise to be very heated, very heated affair actually you might wonder whether I still debate when everybody is talking or shouting about each other. And the figure has a pole for its readers this morning. And two thirds of the figure readers absolutely present back home a state part in the first round debate. So we'll see. But it's only in three months time. It's amazing to think that the campaign hasn't really started in earnest. And as paria in a foggy Paris, thank you so much for joining us on Monaco 24..

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Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:10 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"2019 the market still forecasting four rate hikes from the Federal Reserve believing they will outline that trajectory when they meet tomorrow U.S. tenure benchmark treasures yielding 1.758% severe selling in the Asian session 14 month lows the nikkei two two 5 down 1.6% the hang seng down 1.8% The CSI 300 down 2% the Cosby close as the regional underperformer down two and a half percent inflation concerns the real catalyst there The futures market in the United States looking ugly E minis down 1% NASDAQ 100 futures down 1.3% Microsoft reporting after the market today a divergent European futures in the green German epo business climate index out later this morning and iron ore getting a lift priced at $135 a ton Singapore iron ore futures up 2.2% after the lunar new year holiday That's the Bloomberg radio business flash is the younger with the world police morning Laura good morning and thank you The U.S. is putting as many as 8 and a half thousand troops on heightened alert for deployment to bolster NATO forces in Eastern Europe if needed The show of military force comes alongside diplomatic efforts to defuse the tension on the Russia Ukraine border President Biden says there was total unanimity after he held the call with allies including Emmanuel Macron of France and Germany's Olaf Schultz Here in the UK Boris Johnson is refusing to rule out delaying a 12 billion pound rise in national insurance amid growing concern about the rising cost of living During an interview the prime minister declined 8 times to confirm whether his government would press ahead with the tax wise in April Johnson also declined to commit to a date that said extra spending would be needed to fund the national health service according to reports in the daily mail newspaper MPs are now backing a delay And.

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Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:40 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "macron" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"A COVID cases continue to mount in China Beijing is going to ease testing requirements for Olympic athletes this in order to keep participants in the competition 78 cases have been reported and those working on the event first athlete tested positive Sunday at the airport at the new rules lower the threshold for participants to be virus free U.S. and European leaders have been meeting today U.S. has already more troops as tensions grow over the potential of a Russian invasion of Ukraine U.S. Pentagon has announced military heightened alert The United States has taken steps to heighten the readiness of its forces at home and abroad So they are prepared to respond to a range of contingencies including support to the NATO response force if it is activated A Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says both in Europe and in the U.S. as in support of the NATO defense force if it is activated The White House spokesman Jen Psaki says that could be at any time It never ruled out the option of providing assistant additional assistance in advance of an invasion Yeah shocking says full support for its allies meanwhile president Joe Biden has held a call with European leaders in NATO to exchange ideas He has tweeted to discuss severe economic costs on Russia and reinforce security on the eastern Flank and UK prime minister Boris Johnson has a warning for Russia Invading Ukraine from a Russian perspective is going to be a painful violent and bloody business Johnson says it will be very messy and bloody for Russia And French president Emmanuel Macron says he intends to speak with Vladimir Putin in the coming days to press for a deescalation at the border with Ukraine Ukraine's ambassador to NATO Chestnut tells Bloomberg Ukraine feels a good sign that embassies remaining open Definitely it's a business for each another country how they run their business and what kind of level of precaution they're taking and he says a good signal to other embassies and countries talked about COVID cases China regarding the Olympics and other problem that they're having there for Beijing the government says it is battling extremely hazardous smog and pollution apps have turned to purple indicating very unhealthy level of particulates The U.S. is reporting out the most COVID-19 deaths in about 11 months That said cases and hospitalizations indicate the nation as a whole may be turning a corner In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg Thank you Let's get to our guest Nero's Seth is with us he has head of Asia credit at BlackRock on the line from Singapore A lot to talk about in the rates environment A lot of selling pressure that we saw displayed in the equity market but that was it seems to me focused on the risk of a much more aggressive fed Do you think the fed is going to be really aggressive in tightening this year So I think overall we do expect to see the fed playing a catch up given they're coming from behind the curve But I'm not convinced that you will see a very very aggressive Fred And when we think about the policy from here it's going to be a combination of the rate hikes to obviously catch up on the high inflation side And then there is also a lot of expectation building around the quantitative tightening But looking at the combination of growth inflation specifically as we go through the year and get towards the benefit of base effect towards the end of the year supply site constrained easing up and influence of longer term demographics and technology start to play out we'll see some drift lower in inflation providing a respite So we do expect the fed to start hiking soon maybe starting in March probably four hikes in 2022 The balance sheet runoff But I think the markets are still there's a lot of anxiety around pace of high as well as the quantitative tightening So yes there's certainly more coming but I think it's certainly less than what the anxiety in the market is today And near us as we've been speaking we're just seeing the monetary authority of Singapore to raise slightly the appreciation rate of the nominal effective exchange rate policy banned So we are looking at Central Bank action around the globe as well but the other key thing is the divergence as you're seeing China is when everyone else is looking to Titan That's an interesting time when you think about the global monetary policy standpoint And we are on a path of divergence And in fact to some extent you will see a few of the economies in Asia where you see easing or getting towards the end of the tightening when a lot of developed markets will be on the tightening cycle The case in point Singapore obviously is on the tightening side where the growth expectation is three to 5% CPI between two and three The core between one and two So there's certainly a good reason from the MAS perspective to do the preemptive tightening here But looking at the world I think China on the other hand given the growth and inflation outlook I think will be on the margin easing part It creates divergence It creates more volatility from a market perspective and I think interesting investment opportunities you would see coming through it So I'm looking at like a one 77 ten year treasury right now in your world do we get to 2% Let's say by midyear I think 2% is possible on the ten year and even potentially higher from there But I don't think you go too far The key is the combination of the expectation of fed rate hike I do think the fed potentially goes for maybe 5 times and then pauses to see the inflation trajectory from there And where the ten year and maybe the longer end goes is also a function of the term premium driven by the quantitative tightening So I think given the global backdrop and to some extent where the rates the core rates are in the developed markets in Europe and Japan and other markets At two think ten year doesn't go too far but you are 2% and ten year is certainly a potential you will see Most definitely And when we continue the conversation niraj let's talk about what's happening in China particularly where the property market.

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Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

"Australia Australia is is grappling grappling with with an an all all macron macron wave wave then then you you could could have have our our spirit spirit who who swept swept across across Australia Australia despite despite his his high high vaccination vaccination rate rate and and strict strict border border policies policies that that kept kept the the country country largely largely sealed sealed off off from from the the world world for for almost almost two two years years those those measures measures which which in in turn turn Australia Australia into into a a virtually virtually Kobe Kobe free free utopia utopia have have gone gone up up for for scrutiny scrutiny as as the the government government has has battled battled to to deport deport unvaccinated unvaccinated tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic the the head head of of the the Australian Australian Open Open and and they they prompted prompted questions questions from from frustrated frustrated and and fatigued fatigued Australians Australians about about why why that that country country which which seemingly seemingly did did everything everything to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the virus virus now now found found itself itself infested infested with with it it officially officially that that more more than than six six hundred hundred thousand thousand active active cases cases across across Australia's Australia's population population of of twenty twenty six six million million though though experts experts believe believe the the actual actual number number is is far far higher higher I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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China Lockdowns Should Give Olympic Athletes Pause

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:45 sec | Last week

China Lockdowns Should Give Olympic Athletes Pause

"Earlier this morning, Reuters reported what was in the Financial Times last night that they have locked down additional cities in China, including Tianjin, which is 62 miles from Beijing, zhengzhou, and Yang Jian and uzo. They say it's a Macron. I don't know we can believe on anything. Do you think Olympians ought to be going there? If I were an Olympian, I would be taken a deep breath before I'd go there. And let's face it, China is going to use the one tool that they have used consistently through this whole thing, which is massive authoritarian techniques. Everything from massive lockdowns of huge cities, economic isolations, all of that.

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Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

"Doctor zelenko is here back by popular demand in the Charlie Kirk show doctor. How are you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? Very good. Thank you, and thank you for joining us. There's so much I want to get into. Let's just start with since the last time we talked, amaran has come onto the scene. What are you seeing in your patients? What do you believe on Macron is? And do you think there's anything to the argument that this might have been developed in a lab as a form of a vaccine through natural transmission? Do you think there's any truth to that? So first of all, all Macron is unstoppable. It's more infectious than measles. Everyone will get it. And it's also not dangerous. It attacks the upper airway. In most cases, it doesn't touch a lower airway. And so you'll get a cold. So it really is in dangerous. Regarding the origin of variants, you have to look at it and three possibilities. One is that it's a natural process. Let's say God is causing it because viruses have a natural mutation rate. It helps them adapt and survive. Look man figure who won the Nobel Prize. Finally HIV in 2008, doctor suffered badly who is the most published imminent immunologist in the history of the field. And that the men involved one of the top immunologists from Netherlands. They all said the following that if you vaccinate people during active pandemic, you breathe

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How Many Americans Have Died From COVID vs. With COVID?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

How Many Americans Have Died From COVID vs. With COVID?

"Brett Baer doing a great job yesterday on Fox News Sunday. Chris Wallace bolted after years with Fox News. Now he went over to CNN. So now I guess they have a set of I think they have a panel of rotating hosts. And yesterday, Brett baro was the guest host and he did a great job and he normally has the weeknight slot on Fox News, but he really held Rochelle Walensky his feet to the fire. Asking about a question that we've asked over and over, you've asked over and over, how many people in that 800,000 number have died not from COVID, but with COVID? Because now we're finding out just now two years in, oh, they've been counting deaths with COVID, so they didn't necessarily listen to her answer, this is hysterical, clearly she doesn't want to answer a very legitimate, simple question. Do you know how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to COVID are from COVID or how many are with COVID, but they had other comorbidities? Do you have that breakdown? Yes, of course, with uma crime we are following that very carefully, our death registry, of course, takes a few weeks to end as it takes a few weeks to collect. And of course, a Macron has just been with us for a few weeks, but those data will be forthcoming. Yes, we know, but I ain't gonna tell you, Brett. That's classic. That is classic. Yes, we know. Now the death data is a few weeks. We need a few weeks. 836,000 is over two years. How many of those died from COVID? Not with COVID, but from

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Sotomayor Falsely Claims 'Over 100,000 Children' Are in 'Serious Condition' Due to COVID

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Sotomayor Falsely Claims 'Over 100,000 Children' Are in 'Serious Condition' Due to COVID

"Listen to good old wise Latina, Sonia show to my or spread one of the biggest loads of you know what I've ever heard about COVID included a giant heap of COVID mission. Counsel, those numbers show that all Macron is as deadly and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as Delta did. The numbers look at the hospitalization rates that are going on. We have more affected people in the country today than we had a year ago in January. We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people is severely ill on ventilators. We have over a 100,000 children, which we've never had before in serious condition. And many on ventilators. Well, it turned out to be completely false. In fact, the CDC director herself Rochelle Walensky had to contradict the Supreme Court Justice,

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Mark Levin: Sonia Sotomayor Is the Dumbest Among the Supreme Court Justices

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Mark Levin: Sonia Sotomayor Is the Dumbest Among the Supreme Court Justices

"But one of the things that's also frightening is when you have justices on the Supreme Court who are absolute ignoramuses And the dumbest among them is Sonia Sotomayor Sonia Sotomayor I might as well be the first one to point it out People dance around it She is dumb She sort of the AOC of the Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor at oral arguments today says all Macron is as deadly as Delta not anybody who has spent three minutes looking at this nose that's BS And every single government knows it's BS But we have a justice on the Supreme Court who doesn't know and could care less Could care less Let's listen in part to what she had to say cut fired go Counsel those numbers show that all Macron is as deadly and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as Delta did That's a flat out lie Absolute flat out lie and everybody

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France's Macron sparks outrage as he vows to annoy the unvaccinated - CNBC

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

France's Macron sparks outrage as he vows to annoy the unvaccinated - CNBC

"French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in an an interview interview published published by by French French newspaper newspaper le le parisien parisien McCall McCall used used a a French French word word meaning meaning to to rile rile or or to to bug bug when when referring referring to to France's France's unvaccinated unvaccinated people people I I think think we we will will continue continue to to rile rile to to the the end end the the president president made made the the explosive explosive from from mark mark as as lawmakers lawmakers all all heatedly heatedly debating debating new new measures measures that that would would allow allow only only the the vaccinated vaccinated to to enjoy enjoy leisure leisure activities activities such such as as eating eating out out his his use use of of the the language language more more commonly commonly heard heard at at the the countess countess of of French French cafes cafes further further complicates complicates the the already already difficult difficult passage passage in in parliament parliament of of the the government's government's planned planned new new vaccine vaccine poss poss I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in

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Omicron Variant May End Up Saving Lives, According to WSJ

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Omicron Variant May End Up Saving Lives, According to WSJ

"And from The Wall Street Journal, I'm a crime variant may end up saving lives. He said, should I try to catch the Akron variant of COVID to advance the cause of herd immunity? He says, the prudent response to a Macron might be to encourage vaccinated people and even unvaccinated young adults to catch it, while protecting the at risk population. Many people with ample and antibodies are catching this variant, but importantly, it's seldom leads to hospitalization or death. A crime takes live, so does the flu. If antibodies to the Akron variant are even 50% effective in reducing the risk of death and more lethal variants, those antibodies could save far more lives than the virus costs. Now, let me just say, we got attacked from every direction. When in the march of 2020, we said what is now considered mainstream mainstream in The Wall Street Journal. Remember, we said that all the young people should just go get sick and then go back to work. We got attacked like you wouldn't believe. In fact, we had this idea that the cruise ship industry should have been used for young people that wanted to get sick and get their own natural vaccine card and just create these cruise ships as self contained areas where if you want to get it, you can get it naturally like a chickenpox party or a measles party. We were maligned mocked from every direction. Now that's considered to be very thoughtful. And very new thinking in The Wall Street

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Phil Mickelson Gets Dragged for Asking a Legit Question About Omicron

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Phil Mickelson Gets Dragged for Asking a Legit Question About Omicron

"But there's no Macron variant and it's a question that needs to be asked It's actually funny because if you're a golf fan you're going to love this This was a tweet that went out earlier that caught my attention from Phil Nicholson On Twitter he asked a question that I do think is a legitimate question And his point was I quote no one freak out on me I'm just asking a question Of course people freaked out on him right Of course they went nuts and him asking a question He said and this is from one hour ago He said serious question Since I'm not a doctor if oma cron is contagious but not deadly 25,000 plus kids in Africa with no deaths Why try and control it Why not let it go And what people get it and develop immunity question mark especially for those who won't get vaccinated Please no hate I'm just curious Now of course you know what happened People started losing their minds and screaming and going nuts How dare you say people should get COVID on purpose and what's wrong with you you must get vaccinated you're anti vax you gotta And this is Phil Nicholson Hey I'm not a doctor I'm just asking a logical question Democrats don't like these kind of questions I have no idea by the way Phil Nicholson is a conservative or a Democrat I just know he's a really good golfer And I like him I think he's entertaining and he's fun But the question is asking and the hate that's coming his way for asking a question that everybody else I think should be asking tells you where we are in this country where the intolerant left that demand that you do whatever they tell you to do And then once you do it they will give you your rights back Which means they took your rights from

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Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | Last month

Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

"A crime was basically announced right after Thanksgiving. It was the new variant. Made the stock market plummet. New York in anticipation of a Macron decided to re-engage and lockdowns, mask mandates vaccine mandates on a cron is something that we must be very afraid of is what we're told. Oh Macron, if you just watched Fauci, the NIH and the CDC, it sounds like this is COVID two. It is mutating in a more vicious, deadly and aggressive manner. What's really going on here? How many people have actually died? Of all Macron. Is the virus getting stronger or is the virus getting weaker? Well, according to Neil Ferguson, who was the original lockdown artist, he was the person that originally, the imperial college study, way back at the beginning of the pandemic in March of 2020, he has even come out and he said that Amy Kron is 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, by the way, that's without factoring an Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine azithromycin vitamin D levels vitamin C, obesity age, underlying health conditions, intravenous intervention, aspirin melatonin or Qin. And if you're not able to rattle off all those treatments, I encourage you to listen to our podcasts and equip yourself. Your government wants you to be scared and unprepared. Your government wants you to be fearful and confused. There are legitimate interventions and treatments that could potentially help you. Get to know them. Do not leave yourself or your loved ones helpless, trusting the federal government or the bullet bureau going into Christmas. 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, according to a major British study by Neal Ferguson. Among the previously infected, the risk of hospitalization from a drop by as much as 69% for both the vaccinated on the unvaccinated. So what does that tell us? That means that if you've had COVID before, even if you get COVID again, it's likely not to be as intense.

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COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | Last month

COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

"COVID-19. BC that's British Columbia. Canada is composed of provinces. I think it's 7 ten. Excuse me, ten. I've been to all of them except Prince Edward Island. BC closes gyms, bars, clubs, and bands indoor Christmas parties, as omicron cases surge. All Macron cases surge. So what if cases surge? Of any type. Cases is not the issue. Death is the issue serious illnesses the issue, right? And omicron? The South Africans of the people who revealed it, and they said, what's everybody panicking about? It's no big deal. When people cut off flights from South Africa, like that'll work. Notice, it's really been effective. On The Crown, omikron may be a blessing, may be a curse. I don't know. But it may be a blessing. If more and more people get natural immunity and don't get sick, want a gift. On Tuesday, what is today? Wednesday? No. Yesterday, health officials announced the cancellation of all indoor gatherings, regardless of size. Wow. I think Canada should replace the maple leaf. With a policeman, this is a good wish we should have a contest. What should Canada replace the maple leaf with? A sheep is very, very good, is a very good idea. A policeman is another good idea. Very nice. An N95 mask.

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Biden Finally Praises the Success of Trump's Operation Warp Speed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Biden Finally Praises the Success of Trump's Operation Warp Speed

"I want to go back to the point you made about asking whether Biden and his acknowledgment of the Trump administration's success with warp speed is just is a cynical ploy to try to win people over. Is it genuine that you're a great guy for me to bounce this off of because of the two of us, you're the nice guy. I'm the jerk. I'm the big mouth, but you're the guy that with the big heart, you're the Stevens minister. You're the guy that opens up your heart to so many people and everybody loves you. So give me walk me through as we listen again to Biden, cut to. One more time, the president yesterday finally acknowledging finally acknowledging the success of operation warp speed and the Trump administration delivering three vaccines to the world in miraculous time. Let's listen one more time. Look, let me give you two straight again. All Macron is serious, potentially deadly business for unvaccinated people. Let me be clear. Thanks to the pride administration and our scientific community, America is one of the first countries to get the vaccine. All right, so let's so Joey, do you believe that and again, I think we both would have the spirit of, hey, a little bit of credit where credit is due, at least he did it. But why did he do it? What do you think is pushing this narrative that is suddenly so different from the one he's had for the last year? Well, I believe Biden and the administration they're in panic mode. I mean, they read the latest pole out just yesterday where when you thought that his presidency, the approval rating couldn't go any lower it did. A 41% now of Americans who agree with what he's doing approve of him. I think he's finally waking up and realizing that there's a country out there who supported Donald Trump who know that regardless of your views on the vaccine, whether you want the vaccine or don't want the vaccine, they know that Donald Trump is the only person who could have possibly gotten warp speed up and running the way he did and got in a vaccine in the time that he did.

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Biden Claims 73% of New U.S. COVID Cases Are Omicron, But How Does He Know?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Biden Claims 73% of New U.S. COVID Cases Are Omicron, But How Does He Know?

"You mentioned the omicron. And all the reports yesterday during Biden's White House address, he side of the fact that 73%. Of new cases or from the omicron variant. Now, as far as I know, you don't know for sure yet, because you're kind of waiting I'm sort of confused with the process here because they haven't been able to tell you yet. How do they know whether it's the delta and how can they this quickly say that 73% is over Macron? I'm skeptical of that number two because they don't know right away. My doctor told me that they don't even have a way to tell within the testing process for me, my test results, I guess, got sent over to the Florida Department of Health and then they evaluate the test. And I guess they can determine that. I don't know, but my doctor said, we have no way of knowing if you've got omicron, or if you've got delta, you know, so it's a good question. I don't know the answer to

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US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | Last month

US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

"Great news from the U.S. Army reported by Tara cop yesterday in defense one, and that is that the U.S. Army has created a single vaccine effective against COVID. SARS and other variants of COVID. Within week scientists at the Walter Reed army institute of research, expect to announce that they have developed a vaccine that protects people from COVID-19 and all its variants, even a Macron, as well as from previous SARS viruses that have killed millions of people worldwide. The achievement is the result of almost two years of research on the virus. The army lab received its first DNA sequencing of the COVID-19 and early 2020. Very early on, Walter Reed's infectious disease branch decided to focus on making a vaccine that could work against not just the existing strain, but all of its potential variance as well. Bravo, to Walter Reed spike, ferritin, nanoparticle, COVID-19 vaccine, or SPF N now I talked to my official toxicologist at the Hugh Hewitt show last night. And he said, look, that is great news, but they got to run a major trial before you can do any jumping jacks at major they had 3500 people. They got to roll it in. They got to do a phase two trial. But yes, very, very

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Dr. Fauci Contradicts Kamala Harris' Claim the Administration Did Not Predict Variants?

The Trish Regan Show

00:56 sec | Last month

Dr. Fauci Contradicts Kamala Harris' Claim the Administration Did Not Predict Variants?

"You know, Joe Biden continues now his move into trying to control our lives, along with Anthony Fauci, although the amazing thing if you've been following this, closely is that it seems like there's a little trouble in Paradise, Anthony Fauci actually had to come out. And refute what Kamala Harris said in a recent interview, Kamala Harris was trying to, you know, play the old switcheroo and blame Fauci for a Macron. And delta, while she's at it, and I didn't sit so well Fauci then went and took to the airwaves over the weekend and said, no, no, no, he had worn The White House. He had warned them that there might be other variants. Once again, everyone knew variants were a threat. We're going to say it's about to won't stop talking about them. He's been going on and on and on, apparently we're never going to get through any of this. And so for The White House to actually suggest that they had no idea. I mean, come on, guys. How stupid do you really think we are?

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Rich Zeoli: Don't We Want Omicron to Be the Leading Strain?

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | Last month

Rich Zeoli: Don't We Want Omicron to Be the Leading Strain?

"You know what South Africa where they have looked at the new variant the omnicon variant as Joe Biden calls it they have found now that post peak because oh Macron is post peak in South Africa now Lower depths about 25 times lower than the delta wave all right What if Fauci say recently They warned just like Joe Biden This is going to be the winter of death The winter of death and devastation They love the fear They love the fear And they go well listen oh Macron oh Macron is spreading Yes it is spreading but you know what You know what It's spreading because it's contagious but that doesn't mean that it's serious It doesn't mean that it's dangerous It's spreading because it's contagious But there's a difference There's a difference between something being contagious and dangerous And like everything else in life there's a certain amount of danger to it but the question you have to ask yourself And the question I think everybody has to ask themselves is isn't it better if oma crown becomes the dominant strain It certainly seems to be that way based on the data no doubt

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New German Chancellor holds talks in Paris, Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

New German Chancellor holds talks in Paris, Brussels

"The the new new German German chancellor chancellor left left shields shields is is holding holding talks talks with with your your leaders leaders and and senior senior officials officials on on issues issues including including Eastern Eastern Europe Europe tensions tensions Schultz Schultz was was met met with with French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel macron macron as as both both nations nations are are making making efforts efforts towards towards the the de de escalation escalation of of tensions tensions between between Russia Russia and and Ukraine Ukraine the the leaders leaders spoke spoke during during Schultz's Schultz's first first visit visit abroad abroad off off to to his his coalition coalition government government was was sworn sworn in in earlier earlier in in the the week week the the German German chancellor chancellor is is next next in in Brussels Brussels to to meet meet with with the the European European Union Union and and NATO NATO officials officials Schultz Schultz says says we we all all view view the the situation situation on on the the Ukraine Ukraine border border with with concern concern the the talks talks come come as as president president Joe Joe Biden Biden this this week week moved moved to to take take a a more more direct direct role role in in diplomacy diplomacy between between Ukraine Ukraine and and Russia Russia I'm I'm Charles Charles hello hello this this month month

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Pfizer Says Its Booster Shot Is Effective Against Omicron

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:39 min | Last month

Pfizer Says Its Booster Shot Is Effective Against Omicron

"That Pfizer says their vaccine will work on this new amateur variant. Well, sort of. So far if you have gotten the two shot protocol of Pfizer. They say it's not tremendously effective on all Macron. They say that obviously their vaccine is better than not having a vaccine and so their four step in line with the Biden administration, everybody ought to get a jab, the more jabs the better, but here's the part that is just tremendously interesting to me. We know that people have had the two shot Pfizer protocol and have gotten. But they say if you get the booster, then, oh yes, then it's very effective. Against it. Now pardon my cynicism, and those of you in CERN's nation who have heard me talk on this program before, are saying, oh, yeah. This guy's not at all cynical. Well, I'm sorry, government has made me that way. Is it not true friends that the more shots Pfizer sells to the government to put into our bodies the more money they make? Let's face it. The vaccine was developed in record time thanks to that's right, Donald Trump, an operation warp speed. You wouldn't know that today, you wouldn't know that because president number 45 pushed all the resources of the government behind this effort. That's why we have this today. And keep in mind, Donald Trump last year said we could have a vaccine by the fall. Could be October could be November, and he was laughed at. People said he was crazy. People said that he absolutely was just lying in order to get reelected and what do you know the vaccines were announced by these companies right after election day? He was right all along he had the insight information they deliberately withheld announcement until after election day. Don't want to influence the election, you know. So these are the people we're dealing with. These are the people whose now say we need a booster shot anyway, and when a lot of citizens are saying, I just don't think I want to booster shot. They come out today to say, oh no, our vaccine is wonderful with regard to this new variant, but you need the third

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"macron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"macron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As far as people people who've been vaccinated incidentally mississippi does seem to be the lowest senator of the seventy that means. That's part of that is kids that That's the saddest part for me that the that the one part of our popular one segment of our population. That doesn't need to come anywhere near this nonsense. And here they are trying to push to get the way down to what six year olds now. According to spare pitch keep in mind. People always say to yourself every time they are literally beira mental unapproved vaccine. That is being experiment on you. The biden administration intends to have mobile carriers blocked text messages that could be spreading misinformation not incorrectly. Block them or respond to them. I don't know. I think they want to censor them. They want to they want. It's anything they're going to. They're going to have a little. There's going to be a little block at the bottom of your tech saying this is if you need more cove nineteen information. Please click this button. Like facebook is doing and what platform. They can't do that. If you're using signal then m your recipient is used a signal that your messages are encrypted and your sms provider cannot read them. What about telegram. You're pretty safe there too. Yeah but i would recommend signal telegram. You telegram has a sort of social media network aspect to it as well. That signal doesn't so they're two different. Animals has groups to the problem with this though. Don't you only extremists you signal. Well everyone. That's what they're gonna say. Everyone else uses facebook. Messenger that crap off your phone people. That would a piece of garbage get that off. Get that app off your phone. Don't use it. were there people. There that are objecting to secession. No not very many they. They did a a hand raising and i couldn't. I didn't think anyone failed to raise their hand when they asked which people. Which have you our favorite in favor of it. You know pretty much. Raise their hands and dave. I know you follow this. You're one of the fans of the nhc free or any out of us kind of movements any exit. I think you might have been calling it recently. What's the status of this. Are there any state reps. Who are willing to kind of take up the mantle. Take up the issue and and put something forward or are they all still to chicken Caleb dire started crafting legislation a few years ago and didn't didn't submit it He's a state rep. My what i want. What i'm advocating for is that a bill will be submitted that lets people vote but the taxpayers must be reimbursed for the cost of having to bill hurt so i will not ask for a bill. I'm not gonna call it the state rep and asked to submit a bill at taxpayer expense. Unless i'm willing to fund the two thousand dollars it costs to to do that. I don't have the money so it costs two thousand dollars to get a bill read. I didn't even know that. Yeah but i could. If i wanted to. I could just pick up the phone and call probably ten reps or so and one of them would say yeah. I'll do that. Also that and submit something similar to what they've got in texas where they have a piece of legislation that came before committee. At least let's finally get into what macron or mccrone however you pronounce. It is what they're trying to do in france. I suspect they're doing it. I don't think they're just trying. But the story here. From variety dot com. French president emmanuel macron has announced new health rules to contain the spread of the delta variant of covid nineteen. The country is currently hosting he. Cannes film festival with thousands of guests from around the world. The key measure announced by macron will make the e u. digital covid certificates commonly called the health. Pass mandatory in cultural venues. So they already have the health pass. Yes and i have another story about the health. Passage sort of briefly goes over what it is and how widespread it's going to be twenty one out of the twenty. Seven nations are already connected to the network and six more are technically ready so all twenty seven of the eu nations are expected to be on board with this health. Pass as of Effectively there if you're in europe you're going to be stuck there if you don't get out now and you don't want to get vaccinated. Yeah i don't know if they're going to let you leave. That's a good question france and they're they're restricting travel. Right they are. Yeah and i'll get into what the health past does here. As far as there may be a way around getting vaccinated. You might be able to show that you've taken a test or the your immune or like some other options. Your health isn't any of the government's business. I mean there are literally laws on the books at least in the united states saying that your health is between you and your doctor well. That's changing gradual implementation. Period is in place with a grace period running until august twelfth for those few countries that are not yet ready. As of july first during this period other states should accept national documents on the condition they contain data required at european level. The launch comes under the cloud of the delta variants which then go on some fearmongering there. How does it work. The entire phrase is fearmongering. There's no way this is the fourth variant of covid nineteen. Just just think back of the new stories that we've covered over the last sixteen seventeen months. There have been many variants. i've heard of other ones. There's no way this is only the fourth no. There's there've been other obama and whatever they gave it the scariest name they could the delta very brave new frayed brave new world so the vaccine passports or the e. u. d. c. consists of information about the individuals vaccination status test results recovery status from covid nineteen presented as a qr code. The traveler can choose to carry either a digital or paper certificate and the u. You digital covid certificate you d. C is officially known is free and should be recognized by all twenty seven. Eu countries as well switzerland lichenstein iceland norway so covid recovery and stuff like that so if you had covid nineteen do you still get the the health pass or whatever you can get the health pass in three situations whether you have been vaccinated against covid. Nineteen if you've had a recent negative test or if you're considered immune having previously contracted the disease and biden is calling for hiring more. Police cracking down on illegal guns to combat crime. Now this is another one of those those guns. This is another one of those things like with covid. Nineteen you said. If the media hadn't fearmongers would any of us had known that covid nineteen was even thing and the answer is no anyone would anybody. Who's out there listening. Would you could you. Would you tell me that violent crime is up this year. Or it's down. That's exactly what i was watching here. Exactly if you watch the news you would think that the world was about was on fire as we speak. The whole cities are burning down as we well. That's actually happening. Apparently in south africa and people are all. Yeah this country. No not here. You i mean on the fourth of july. I don't remember what i guess. It was probably fox news. They ran an article saying that. Oh there were disproportionate amount of shootings this weekend. For the fourth of july weekend it was a bloodbath and it turned out to be that there were one hundred shootings in chicago over the weekend. Which is bad. But it's normal. It's about normal for chicago. It may be a little bit like fifty sixty a day. Are we are. I'm sorry a weekend but this is different. People are out there. I mean. I don't know what their average death rate is but it wasn't it wasn't terribly unusual. 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"macron" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

POLITICO Dispatch

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"macron" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

"We see. Come out of this summit. So what's interesting is that generally. There's always what they call a communique which is just a written agreement and it's usually very lengthy. I think today's is you know they just came out. It's about thirty almost thirty pages you know in the past. They haven't even been able to have a communique because the united states under donald trump didn't agree so it kind of blew up and they they wouldn't have these agreements so the agreement has all sorts of things in it. I would say one of the most important things though to look at. When you're trying to determine what president biden gotten didn't get is that they agreed to basically skuld china over human rights abuses and they called for hong kong to keep a high degree of autonomy and they are demanding a better more thorough investigation of the origins of the virus. So all of those things. You know our way to push back on china and that's really. What joe biden wanted. He wants to show that he's going to be tough on. China united states is biggest economic competitor. And so he really got a lot of those things that he wanted his. You know last time as you have been met. There was no mention china. But this time there is mentioned that china the g. seven explicitly agreed to call out human rights abuses and seeing jiang and hong kong explicitly to to coordinate a common strategy to do with china non-market policies undermine competition it'd be greed in that's underway. Now that there was a lot of back and forth on this you know some of the countries. They all seem to agree that they wanted to do something. But some of the countries didn't wanna be as forceful as others. We weren't sure what this was going to look like and it does look like you know. It may not have gotten as far as he wanted. But the even the fact that china is in their mentioned four times and and that they say these things is something so coming up starting today it is the nato summit following this g seven summit. What are you going to be watching for the next couple of days. And what should we expect in like. How will it be different than these g. Seven meetings the g. Seven is really about more about the economy you know. They talked about covid. The economy taxes. you know. They talked about china. I think now Moving into the nato summit. It's going to be more about security and defense so they'll talk about things like afghanistan and you know the troops that are there and of course. President biden is pulling the troops home to the united states from there You know they'll talk about cyber security and all these cyber attacks we've seen and of course the big elephant in the room is russia. And so they're gonna talk about sort of how to combat russia's aggression in eastern europe and in other places around the what do they wanna do about russia. So it's going to be more of about defense and security than about the economy. Nita kumar vic so much for talking with me. And i hope you have some slightly more pleasant corona virus tests in mainland europe. I hope so too. We don't know yet. But i'll be looking forward to seeing that also today house speaker. Nancy pelosi is calling for former attorneys. General william bar and jeff sessions testify before congress of reports that. The trump justice department sees data records of prominent democrats on the house. Intelligence committee speaking to cnn on sunday closely brushed off bars claim that he did not know about the record seizures targeting. At least a dozen people including congressman. Adam schiff and eric swallow well who were involved in investigation of then president trump saying quote. We will have to have them. Come under oath to testify about that. A growing number of democrats are currently joining the call for an investigation including senate majority leader chuck schumer and judiciary committee chair. Dick durbin and voting is underway in the election for mayor of the us biggest city pulling sites across new york began welcoming people for the first official day of voting on saturday for an historic action with a wide array of democratic choices. A kind of complicated new form voting for the city residents are trying out ranked choice voting for the first time where they'll be able to pick up to five candidates for mayor in order of preference. The primary election officially takes place on june twenty. Second subscribe to politico dispatch. Wherever you get your shows and also check out. Some of our other politico podcasts. Like the playbook daily briefing which has a new host ragu monovalent. A quick rundown of the latest news for bbc insiders every weekday morning. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening..

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"macron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"macron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"French president emmanuel macron has said. He won't make sales of weapons to egypt conditional on its human rights record. He said he didn't want to weaken egypt's capacity to fight. Terrorism in the middle east missing. Mccomb was speaking after talks president. Abdel fattah el sisi. He's on a state visit to franz. Let's tell us more. I'm joined by the journalist reef michelson and regular monocle commentator on egypt and the middle east. Welcome back ruth. Good morning morning. This is quite an astonishing statement and td place it in the context of just how important egypt's for when it comes to french military expert <hes>. Incredibly important between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen. france was egypt's largest weapons exporter. They have sold them all kinds of things including rafael jets and unfortunately surveillance equipment that has been used against all kinds of people including likely peaceful activists and ngo workers so they're an enormously important partner and macron's decision to say that none of this will be conditional and to speak in that way also is quite the contrast to the changing tide that we're seeing over in the united states right now you watch the speeches. Delivered by monsieur macron abdel. Fattah el sisi. Yesterday was the tone of them <hes>. I did watch them. And i feel that you know macron had this tone where he started everything that he said about human rights and human rights when he was speaking. Didn't really get much the look in. He answered some questions about it when he was pressed by a reporter from radio. France as well <hes>. But every time that he spoke about human rights which he did as a sort of bowing to pressure that he's had to say that he had to mention it which we've seen every time. cc. His visited paris everytime macron mentioned. This he sort of couched it in terms of talking about extremism and talking about fighting terrorism <hes>. Which of course is very much. His domestic policy at the moment <hes>. And frankly watching. This felt like something of a failure in the sense that you know the cdc regime in egypt justifies pretty much everything it does in terms of fighting terrorism even when potentially they're doing the exact opposite most of the political prisoners that we're talking about <hes>. That are in custody today in egypt. Detained on terrorism charges. Human rights defenders have been detained on terrorism charges. So it you know. It doesn't really playing into cici's hands when you frame everything that's happening in terms of fighting terrorism because it gives him get out cools indeed. I mean we have human rights. groups are saying that <hes> emmanuel macron effectively indulging the egyptian president. Here what -solutely. I mean <hes>. I frankly speaking after. I watch those speeches yesterday. I was thinking you know. It's emmanuel macron getting played or is this part of his agenda. But it certainly i mean. Was he set taupe stage where he could just say. Well we're not really listening to <hes>. Those particular concerns with all focus on the party sellers to weapons. And we're going to move on now. So i mean see at one point said <hes>. It's not appropriate to present egypt as an oppressive state given all it does for the region and that also is something that chimes with what macron said which is. Well you know egypt. We've discussed are concerns with egypt. But they're going to be important for us in terms of regional issues such as libya where there isn't actually necessarily proof. The egypt is a good partner in libya. But the one thing egypt is they're not <hes>. The enemies with the one in turkey <hes>. And you know that is macron's also new chosen regional rival so it's it's almost as though he's decided that because he's going to spa with duan which never goes well. But you know he's going to have to back one's opponent just as a bit about this actually does for my new macron's reputation both domestically but also how other world leaders might see him as as welcoming someone with human rights record which is questionable. As you've just described. I think that's a good question. I mean the key question in terms of how other world leaders will see. This is <hes>. Certainly how the eu will see it because he you has been very critical of egypt <hes>. I think perhaps somewhere like italy might be more on board with what macron has even though. There's you know that's been a contentious relationship. Because both france and italy have taken a similar line which is to say <hes>. The you know there's abuse in egypt. We have to deal with them because libya because of racist concerns about migration and wanting to stop migration into europe but also at the same time <hes>. You know the incoming biden administration has made quite clear that you know. In biden's words there will be no blank checks for trumps favorite dictator in reference to cece. So whether this will how much of a contrast that will be biden's actually sworn in is quite a question but in the meantime thought to el-sisi gets to gets absolutely gets his son with this. It was i mean. It's getting to see the red carpet rolled out for someone that is jailing. Thousands of people <hes>. The way the level of press freedom the level of freedom of expression is at historically bad levels not just for egypt but for the region and for the world as a whole and it is really a question brought does macron. Get out of this. What's the benefit other than maybe on sales but it's it's really hard to tell where the benefit is to macron and where the real benefit is to his agenda <hes>. Watching that kind of warm. Welcome for somebody as credibly accused of human rights abuse ruth michelson. Thank you very much as ever for joining us on multiple twenty four

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"macron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"macron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"S forces in Iraq and in Afghanistan. In Afghanistan and in Iraq before he leaves office. And it's a fascinating thing to watch for a number of reasons, because you know, the military industrial complex is a very real thing. Dwight David Eisenhower warned us about it many years ago. Joe Biden is the military industrial complex candidate, obviously, and you know Barack Obama and he's going to be there poodle and he doesn't know what's going on. He's the guy that led to the complete withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, which led to the rise in the spread of Isis and the genocide of the Yazidis and the industrial scale rapes and decapitations and enslavement. And you know that was Joe Biden's contribution to the world while he was vice president. Pretty amazing stuff. But he's definitely the military industrial complex figure that President announces he's drawing down the number of troops by January. 15th Inauguration day, of course, January 20 and it's um It's remarkable to watch now Dan Crenshaw, who I like and have respect for all I know people that aren't such big fans of his butt. But he said, Well, you can't just leave you. You know you can't just give just well, well. We're not really just leaving. But it is a it's this is an interesting episode all by itself. It honestly is And we'll get We'll get into that in the elections. We've got all kinds of things going on in the elections as well. Ah little stop and start. Go stop go situation in Michigan yesterday when a county went to certify their election, the news media you'll be surprised to learn, has blamed the Republicans for the hick up there. That's a big surprise. The Um Um uh, Democrats should Democrats away. We got Lindsey Graham is under under attack because he gave a fist bump to Campbell Harris, which I guess means Secret. Secret code of some kind of secret code ball of some kind going on there, and Emmanuel Macron macron. As from much as he is known in French and then you'll not grown is the president of all of France, which is another country altogether. And they get lots of radical Islamic jihadi terrorist mass murders of innocents. Decapitations of elderly women and things like that. And Emmanuel Macron was doing an interview of magazine interview and he went after the U. S news media. The American news media for legitimizing the left wing violence in the streets of the United States of America. Emmanuel Macron is on the side of reason and even brought up the Enlightenment, which I always do. And how the Democrats in the media in America are anti enlightenment, their anti free speech they want to regulate speech criminalized speech because they're really little fascists. This is Lefty's You know, Herr Hitler's party was the Socialist Workers Party. After all, just by the way. Then again, it would have met what Macron said. I don't think I've ever agreed with macron in the past, but now we have a point of agreement myself and French President Emmanuel Macron. He from Munch, Isn't he in French? All Francais All francais? So we got that good stuff going on. The president also took a hitter to the court yesterday since last we met, and there are lots of reports cut of a Amazing number of reports of voter fraud, The news media still tells you there aren't any. There were two guys in California charged with jetting up 8000 ballots, 8000 homeless people and and stuff and they're here to two guys with 1000. And you're going to see on CNN, angry anchors yelling that there is no voter fraud, pounding their lucite desks within turns underneath and all that stuff. What's that, Um We have a lot of things. Oh, and Thanksgiving. Of course you can't have Thanksgiving. It's the hero. I got my Washington post right in front of me here today. What is the got it? They got it right around here somewhere. Their plan for Thanksgiving is cancel it. It's big haired is a tip for your holiday..

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"macron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"macron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"By the way, What's amazing about this is that this is not just a phenomenon that the American right has noticed. The French president, Emmanuel Macron. He actually came out and ripped into English language media. So Emmanuelle Macron. He's from France. We should respect it. According to the left right, the French are always right, according to The New York Times. President Emmanuel Macron of France called Ben Smith on Thursday afternoon. He argued that the American, the Anglo American press has blamed France instead of those who committed a spate of murderous terrorist attacks that began with the beheading beheading on October 16th of a teacher, Samuel Petit, when a lesson on free speech had shown his class cartoons from the satirical magazine Charlie have dough mocking the Prophet Mohammed. Across, said when France was attacked five years ago. Every nation in the world supported us When I see in that context, several newspapers which I believe are from countries that share our values, journalists write in a country that is here to the Enlightenment and the French revolution. When I see them legitimizing this violence and saying the heart of the problem is that France is racist Islamophobic. I say the founding principles have been lost. Even the French are noticing that the American press are screwed. I think it's fair to say that the American press are screwed and that they object up the system. The difference in their treatment of Barack Obama and Donald Trump is a perfectly obvious example of this. Okay. Meanwhile, a couple of things that are worthy of note with regard to President Trump's so regardless of what happens in the next few weeks, Trump is setting the stage for an enshrinement of American global foreign policy. That is very different from what he inherited. So President Trump apparently is going to enact a series of hard line policies going after communist China during the final weeks of his administration, according to Ryan's veteran daily wire. Part of from school is to quote make it politically untenable for the Biden administration to change course on policies as trying to act aggressively from India to Hong Kong to Taiwan, according to Axios, the National Security Council spokesperson John Elliott told actions quote unless Beijing reverses course and becomes a responsible player on the global stage, future U S presidents will find it politically suicidal to reverse President Trump's historic actions. Apparently, they plan to take additional actions against Chinese companies and government entities for a variety of human rights violations in matters involving U. S National security. This is all good news, and that's something that should happen. Trump has said. Before that. China is a global, a global opponent and treating them that way and enshrining that for the future is a good thing. Meanwhile, in the Middle East, apparently, news broke over the weekend that Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, known as Abu Mohammed al Masri, was actually shot by motorcycle riding Israeli assassins on the streets of Tehran. Three months ago, Iranian government covered it up. They suggested that he was just in sort of low level husband lock. I Killed by the Israelis, but it turns out he was the number two of Al Qaeda. Number two. It all kind of killed in Iran, which does give the lie to years of media coverage, suggesting that the Iranians would never support never support terrorist group like Al Qaeda, which is Sunni. It turns out that basically around will support whatever terrorist group targets the West. So he was killed about three months ago. And that was done at the behest of the Trump Administration, another victory for the Trump administration. Regardless what happens over the next two months? I think that it is worthwhile, noting that the Trump Administration on policy has been wildly successful, wildly wildly successful. In the media's attempt, she suggested they've been unsuccessful. Rest entirely. I'm covert policy that covert policy operation Warp speed, particularly has resulted in the development of covert vaccines. They were told for a long time that Corona virus vaccines were not a thing. We've never been able to develop, for example, vaccine against the common cold because it involves too fast Now we have not one but two covert vaccines that are gonna be rolled out in the coming months, both of which apparently are over 90% effective. So for all the talk about how Trump blew it on covert, right? This is their big talking point. Trump's Middle Eastern policy good his economic policy good. His policy of the graduate China Good. So then the media felt because because they never wanted to cover anything good about Trump. They fell back on the covert narrative. There's only one problem. There is no good solution to covet. The Biden team has no clue how to handle Coleman. They were saying they have a magical plan. What's magical plan will one of their people mock Michael Osterholm was on the advisory group, he said. Maybe a 4 to 6 week locked down. Other members of my group in like, No, That's a bad idea. So I told the Wanda who's a member of the Biden Advisory Committee. He says No, you know what? Actually, we don't need a nationwide shutdown. I'm getting the impression that may be, But I never had a plan. And all of this was just a lie promulgated by the media to suggest that Donald Trump was the reason for covert when in fact, he was not, and nobody has a good plan there was told Blondie acknowledging there really is no plan here. We are not in support of a nationwide lockdown and believe there is not a scenario unless there simply isn't a scenario because we can get this under control the critical parts or understand what we've learned since we did a nationwide lockdown in early April, and that is that you can have targeted measures building on mask wearing to include widespread testing. And include dialing up and down capacity restrictions, and those measures need to happen in a more localized basis. So again, there's no plan here, so some of them are suggesting lock down some of the most suggesting no lockdown. They keep saying they're following the science. The Democrats, they're not following the science, Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, He acknowledged that schools are not the problem in New York state, then sort of shutting them down anyway. Why? Well, who the hell knows you just because the incentives are shut things. Yes, you don't get blamed politically. When that seems spread in the schools, you see a very low percentage of positivity in the schools. So why close the schools and the schools aren't the problem. Why do that's a parents? They came up with an agreement about the conditions that would open the schools and what would close the schools. The agreement in New York City was just that if the infection rate in New York City when above 3% the school's closed That was the agreement. Okay, So amazingly, he's saying the science doesn't say school should close. But we had an agreement to school. If you're close to the school should close. These are the people who are saying they're following the science. These were the people who are saying the Trump Administration completely blew it. Despite the fact that Operation Warp speed is going to develop vaccines for a Corona virus for the first time, maybe in human history. Seriously. They're just on serious in our media are in serious. And as I've been saying all along, I've been saying this for weeks Now, if the election was rigged, it wasn't rigged. In all likelihood in terms of actual voting, it was rigged by the media in advance by lying to you repeatedly, repeatedly repeatedly. The same people who are telling you there is no plan on Cove it in the Democratic Party are out there partying. Gavin Newsom over the weekend, apparently acknowledged that he wants one multi family birthday dinner without any masks indoors. Saturday Editorial. The sacrament will be born accused Newsome of engaging in layers of bad judgment, pointing to the exorbitant cost of the meal hundreds of dollars per person if it was.

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"macron" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"macron" Discussed on WJR 760

"From Fox News and Amazon, Alexa. Ah, a city in upstate New York, already embroiled in controversy has been hit with another one mayor. Lovely Warren of Rochester, and two campaign deputies are charged with finance violations and fraud. Monroe County grand jury handed up an indictment district attorney Sandra Doorly. The charges are related to the mayor's re election campaign three years ago, Warren has called the investigation into her past a political witch hunt. Fox is Tom Graham Warren has already been facing calls to step down for her handling of the death of Daniel Prude during an encounter with police proved was held down for a couple of minutes until he stopped breathing. He died a week later. A Siri's of terror attacks in France has President Emmanuel Macron confronting radical Muslims. LeCrone unveiling a five point plan aimed at mainstreaming France's Muslim population. Muslim leaders are cautious. Some welcome the plans but warn Macron's choice of words risk stigmatizing all Muslims. Socks is Simon Ellen. Britain's prime minister Wants to strengthen ties in the UK Boris Johnson has launched a study at improving road, rail and air connections. He's even talked about a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland. I think it's safe to say we could all use a good laugh. Get ready for season 46 Saturday night Live returns this evening with host Chris Rock and musical guest Meghan The Stallion. All the usual cast members are back, including Kate McKinnon, Keenan Thompson, 80. Bryant and Mohr and cast member ego Would, um, has been promoted from featured player to repertory player for the new season. SNL comes back just in Time to Recap the first presidential debate with Jim Ari. Expected to play former Vice President Joe Biden and Maya Rudolph in the role of Senator Kamala Harris in New York City. Tanya J. Powers Fox News and I'm Pam Pozo. This's Fox News..

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"macron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"macron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Our global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm John Tucker in New York up later in the programme. How badly does China need to juicy its economy at this point? But first there's a special European Council meeting September 24th and 25th you leaders will beat in Brussels to discuss the single market, industrial policy and digital transformation, as well as external relations in particular relations with Turkey and China, and for more on this, let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchors Carlin Hecker and runs Your hearing. John. This meeting of Europe's leaders has a long agenda. It comes at a time of great stress for the block stress from dealing with the impact of the pandemic, of course, plus Brexit moving into its final phase. But there's also Belarus on the tensions between Greece and Turkey. Well for more on what is at stake. We're joined by Bloomberg's Brussels reported Maria today a Maria, Thanks for being with us. A CZ. We say a long agenda. So what you think is going to be most pressing. Well, European leaders are back after what really has been a difficult, tricky summer top of the agenda. Just transfer that question. This is very much a internal European Summit politics, which you know kind of goes from everything that is happening along the mad that confrontation that we're seeing between the Greek government Turkey Emmanuel Macron himself becoming very, very involved and Almost speaking directly to order one in language that we haven't seen in a long time. Of course, he's also keeping an eye on a situation that's happening in Libya. The explosion that happened with the Lebanese government now in a period of great change is seminal Macron really have taken this As almost seemed to redefine relationship between the U and the Mediterranean countries on both sides of the ocean. And he's come up with this very interesting but very vague concept that he likes to call the pact committed Terranea. No one really understands what this means other than Emina Macron, but everyone is willing to play along if It helps your national agenda for the Italians. This is great. If that means that migration is kept at bay for the Greeks and Miss Attack is the Greek prime minister. This is great that this means that you're going to get more, uh, friend Tour ship. Coming to where your coast and really being tough on Erdogan and for the Spanish of this means you're just going to have a quiet, um, summer and and and just kind of again. Keep that migration at bay that this works for all what exactly How do you exactly implemented his new packs? It's very unclear. Okay, But I guess also in their sights is going to be the virus issue the pandemic, how it's been handled in various parts. How it's been handled as a block parents been handlers, individual countries, But is there a sense that the snaps on the economic side? They're actually coming out of it a little bit better than expected, and perhaps in some others have Well, if you look at the numbers, and if you look at the new forecast that we've had from AA number of countries thinking, Germany and and the French to you do see a contraction. That is not a steep as was as initially thought. And that can only be good news because these are the two biggest economies in your area. But again when you look at the situation in other countries, legs pain, you do see that there is a two tier economy. In a single market. And this is very problematic because as you know the euro supposed to be this great equalizer between European countries when you speak to officials and the European Commission, they tell you they're they're going into the winter. Me and very, very cultures is not the time to say look was gone past the craze is our economies are ready to take off because a lot will depend on whether or not we do get a medical treatment for this, whether or not we managed to keep the curve, um stable, and the biggest thing here is implementation. Of reforms to kickstart growth. We have a recovery fund that's been agreed the money is ready. But the word that you hear time and having again is implementation. We want to see that being translated into measures that will actually fuel and create growth. Okay? I also thought that it was quite noteworthy, though. Borderlines state of the union, calling out the Law and Justice Party very prominently, So it's not as if the you is without significant problems internally and how it deals with matters. Oh, yeah, For sure, And the recognizes there's always an internal issue that is happening in the European Union. You know, you have 27 countries that have to come together with very different political views. And very ah, well, just different approaches when it comes tio politics, But what I would say is going back to your question and to And to really answer that question is that Under nine has made it clear that in her commission migration will be top of the agenda, but it has to be treated differently. She made this point to say, you know, really is not just about creating us and them but is about man agendas. Better. Of course, you have the situation that is happening in the Greek camp, which is not a good picture for the Europeans. You know you had a huge fire there. You have people all over the place. We're not being well taken often and it's very you know, it's very easy to say where your opinion and cares and protect. What if we're not able to do that, on the ground were clearly that's a policy failure and to respond to Ah, those those those measures that we've seen in countries like Poland, which clearly don't respect human rights when it comes to Sexuality and so on. She's also taken that view that it's not okay. And perhaps there could be financial penalties. If you do that. It's not okay to say in the European Union, and we're going to create a ah, an area that's LGBT free. It's just simply not okay. And that is something I would say that please along or go down very well with voters and the vast majority of European countries to take that line, So she's taken that in in a smart way. But again, you know, you have to make it happen. Marie is staying on the eastern end of the block, of course, looking over the border into Belarus. That's a massive crisis and a lot of people feel. I think that the U has been tested in terms of its diplomatic strength and rather found wanting in this in this ongoing crisis. What did leaders want to do about batteries? Well, every this is very difficult for started because you make a good point. The European has to be seen as protecting democracy. It has to be seen as protecting human rights. And it has to be seen as almost being this kind of hold for Eastern European countries that clearly have a very strong relationship with or used to have in the past with, uh, Sylvie Union with Russia, and they kind of want to Transition away from that. So the European Union has to be seen as doing that. But this is a tricky situation because you have the politics in which you don't want to go the Ukraine and wait in which the country split up in two and that leads to almost a civil war that makes everything even more unstable than you have the situation. What put him Russia? Poisoning, also of Navalny happening. Ah, well was not being taken care of in Berlin and the North drainpipes Blaine. So this is all you know, a very convoluted issue, And it's not just about whether or not you want to sanction Belarus. We know that sanctions are going to happen. The European Union has that that we know that they believe the election was totally rigged, and he did not win this election. But again the flip side to this is that they're not targeting looking Shankle himself because, of course, making that balance between you know how much you want to rock the boat on help, Civil society, But at the same time,.

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"macron" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on KQED Radio

"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump but it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true change this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding has been tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your rod arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the UN General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news hello I'm Jane wells host of world affairs while ISIS no longer holds territory its capacity to recruit is undiminished next on world affairs robin Wright writer for The New Yorker and Ali su fun former FBI.

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"macron" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on KCRW

"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invites as friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know a neat I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art are rose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for Shelley are up Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news support comes from the Geffen Playhouse presenting skin tight with Tony Award winner at Tiananmen cell taking a break from her California life a woman retreats to her iconic father swanky New York town house only to discover that his current live in boyfriend he's the same age as her own son it's.

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"macron" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to try presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a row points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR.

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"macron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"<music> finally confirmed that francis first lady macron on we'll teach literature to unemployed people in deprived part of paris. Let's get more on this with benedict pavlo. Who is the u._k. Correspondent for franzen cat. She joins joins me now in studio. Why is mrs macron doing this benedict. She is indeed <hes> she didn't stop that long ago. She stopped in two thousand fifteen and that was to support the work of her husband. At the time minister the economy emmanuel macron. She is a french teacher who met her future husband indeed indeed and that way but let's talk about the fifty dollars who again to be very lucky and who've been selected to form a training course with wished my call for free they get an allowance for doing so <hes> in addition to their unemployment benefits now. I understand that this is the first center there's a second one. That's going to be hip fully opened in the southern city of velten twenty twenty. It's a nine month. Course there are other personalities as a chef an orchestra leader <hes> amuse amused popular as star and they will be taught not just literature and french and cultural heritage for example once a month i think by pushing back home but <hes> they will be taught maths english and also very practical things. I understand like writing a c._v. And this is what's interesting it. Is that actually if you look at it a bit more in depth it could seem like a glamour project but actually she has that glam side but she's also very practical. She is for example example very involved in an anti bullying campaign <hes> in in france but here about <hes> what is called in french and de kosher somebody who you if you want comes off <hes> sort of off the beaten track and they're apparently three hundred thousand people who have left college often without a diploma any certificates and this is to really help them and and this is aimed particularly at over twenty five back into finding some sort of job well. That's really fascinating. I'm just curious on <hes> the first lady how how much she's been pushing for this to get back into into into a teaching role back into the classroom where she i assume wants to be <hes> she's. She's helped her husband along in his career but <hes> <hes>. What have you made that well as i said it's interesting because she's involved in this anti-bullying campaign so i think the role of we don't really have a pontiac dama first lady. It's very it's quite an american concept but what is interesting being by the way is that she's getting two hundred two hundred fifty letters a day and that that's a fulltime staff of ten people out of the seventy five who are dealing with the post chris by the eliza palace and it's actually i think we see it whether it's with <hes> previous wives or husbands of prime ministers in the united united kingdom <hes> all first ladies in america finding that rule feels office is often not <hes> not that easy in previously i mean fifty years ago it was about cutting ribbons to hospitals and you know receiving flowers and vukasin we've moved on from this is a woman who has that passion for the french language anguish for french literature who has her opinion and who i understand shares it on a very regular in fact daily basis <hes> because of course she has children she has grandchildren's she gets out and about so i think she wants to feed back some of the things that she thinks her husband the president may not be picking up more and more aware of <hes> across france beyond the media interest in mrs macron teaching underprivileged people. Is this a p._r. Coup for the presidency in having this program out there well it certainly that is one aspect. I should mention by the way i haven't done so so far that it's with the luxury a group l._v._m._h. Needs a lot of money now. I didn't they'll be getting l._v._m._h. Bags will goodie bags but jokes aside and glamorous side side of course. It's potentially a p._r..

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"macron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Emmanuel Macron, and President Trump honored the allied troops, who stormed, the beaches of Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of let's let you listen, a little bit about what President Trump said to the veterans who were there in the audience came wave after wave without question without hesitation. Without complaint battled not for control and domination. But for liberty democracy and self rule. Let's talk a little bit about the speech itself with ABC's Tom rivers, who was there in the audience, you described President Trump speeches as presidential something very different than we for the president in the past. Right very much. So Sherry, he stuck to the script very well, written. And I think the the salient points that he got a cross he, he referred to two of the US veterans that were on the stage behind him. And he kind of recalled what they had done their, their bravery in the fact that these were young young men, nineteen twenty twenty one years of age and what they had done, and you know that really resonated with, with, with the old that were on the stage, but the younger generation people to reflecting upon what the greatest generation did and comparing it maybe to what's happening today with young people on the other side of the coin was president Akron. The certainly did. Again, very presidential speech, and I guess, a highlight of that was handing out, these, you know, the, the valor medals which is the highest honor in France, five of them to five of the US veterans that game over that involved in D day, and that went down, very, very well indeed. Yeah. And you could see that President Trump was was actually really moved by this anniversary of d day, especially when he and the first lady Emmanuel Macron and his wife walked over where they overlooked Omaha beach, and, and you could see them. It was a beautiful day, unlike seventy five years ago indeed. But it really meant a lot to President Trump seemed like certainly look that way. And also, when they're walking amongst the markers, and, you know, I think it happens to everybody, if you feel it in your chest, you feel it a lump in your throat when you look down at that crosses the stars of David and you look down. You realize these, these were these were people had just come out of high school. Many of them and meant they could not have families gonna have careers. Their life cut short for you. And I really for the generations to come. Yeah. The invasion of Normandy, eventually did lead to the allied victory in World War. Two, let's hear one more line. The President Trump said on that day Normandy, the men behind me will tell you that they are just the lucky ones. As one of them recently, put it all the heroes are buried here. And that's what President Trump wanted to get across the men who are on the stage. There were the ones who made it and all the thousands, who are in that cemetery. Did not exactly exactly and the numbers speak for themselves. Something like four thousand plus on the five different beaches perished on that very, very first day. And of course it wasn't easy. They didn't get that far in those five sections were not connected, certainly on that first day. And it took many, many weeks of battle to make some progress against the deeply entrenched Germans at that time, so yes, where the lucky ones, I guess they were but it was like a flip of a coin who is gonna live who's going to die. ABC's Tom rivers, joining us from Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of d. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, share..

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"macron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"macron" Discussed on KOMO

"Macron, and President Trump honored the allied troops, who stormed, the beaches of Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. Let's let you listen a little bit about what President Trump said to the veterans who were there in the audience they came wave after wave without question without hesitation without complaint. Battled. Not for control and dominate. But for liberty democracy and self rule. Well, let's talk a little bit about the speech itself with ABC's Tom rivers, who was there in the audience, you described President Trump speeches as presidential something, very different than we've heard the president in the past. Right. Very much. So Sherry, any he stuck to the script very well, written. And I think the, the salient points said he got a cross he, he referred to two of the US veterans that were on the stage behind him. And he kind of recalled what they had done their, their bravery in the fact that these were young young men, nineteen twenty twenty one years of age, and what they had done, and that really resonated with, with, with the old stirs our on the stage, but the younger generation people to reflecting upon what the greatest generation did and comparing it maybe to what's happening today with young people. On the other side of the coin was president Macron. The is certainly did again, a very presidential speech. And I guess, a highlight of that was handing out these the, the valour medal is, which is the highest honor in France, five of them to five of the US veterans that game over that involved in the day, and that went down, very, very well indeed. Yeah. And you could see that President Trump was was actually really moved by this anniversary of d day, especially when he and the first lady Emmanuel Macron and his wife walked over where they overlooked Omaha beach, and you could see them was a beautiful day, unlike seventy five years ago on day, but it really meant a lot to President Trump seemed like it certainly look that way. And also, when they're walking amongst the markers, and I think it happens to everybody, you feel, you feel it in your chest. You feel it a lump in your throat when you look down at the at the crosses, and the stars of David and you look down. You realize these, these were these were people had just come out of high school, many of them and meant that could not have families. They're gonna have careers. Their life cut short for you. And I really for the generations to come. Yeah. The invasion of Normandy, eventually did lead to the allied victory in World War, Two, let's let you hear one more line that President Trump said on that day Normandy to men behind me will tell you that they are just the lucky ones. As one of them recently, put it all the heroes are buried here. And that's what President Trump wanted to get across the men who are on the stage. There were the ones who made it and all the thousands, who are in that cemetery. Did not exactly exactly and the numbers speak for themselves. Something like four thousand plus on the five different beaches perished on that very, very first day. And of course it wasn't easy. They didn't get that far in those five sections were not connected, certainly on that first day. And it took many, many weeks of battle to make some progress against the deeply entrenched. Germans at that time, so yes, whether the lucky ones, I guess they were, but it was like a flip of a coin who was gonna live who's going to die. ABC's Tom rivers, joining us from Normandy, on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, share. Coming.

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"macron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"macron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Emmanuel Macron will hold a cabinet meeting. Tomorrow Wednesday, dedicated to the aftermath he is valley to rebuild the century's old cathedral. This afternoon, mostly sunny, but tonight, forty percent chance of light rain, low around forty six degrees. Currently fifty nine degrees and sunny in central park support for NPR comes from a cloud based phone service for small businesses with features to route and provide custom messages to callers. Bouma the smartphone for your business. More at O, A dot com. Welcome back to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you so much for spending some time with me this hour, you know, a Nick Lowe song when you hear one there's a certain bouncy guitar against some sly lyrics like this classic from nineteen seventy eight's Jesus. A cool. Got bit thousand watts. Types of nine. I cannot myself. That's not to say the man can't slow it down and write a heartbreaker like two thousand eleven release. I read a lot I read it all. Now day. Much more than before. You left me dry. So in Nick Lowe releases a new EP with the name love starvation slash trombone. I mean, it kind of makes sense his upcoming EP comes out may seventeenth with an assist from the band, Los straitjackets. Let's check out a little bit of trombone. The one. And I am so pleased to have.

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"macron" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"macron" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Isn't Emmanuel Macron says French will starting nationwide? Pledge drive after fire destroyed a good portion of the building. That's over eight hundred years old also this morning a closer look at the case against WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange shock uments unsealed, Monday revealing details of government accusations against WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, the affidavit containing chat logs allegedly between former army private Chelsea Manning and Assange who's accused of helping her try to break into the defense department, computer system, an FBI agent also writing the two had reason to believe that leaking US military reports would cause injury to the country. Assange fighting extradition to the US after being arrested last week in London where Ecuador stopped granting him asylum at its embassy Lilian. Woo Fox News. William and politics. Senator Bernie Sanders. Appearing at a town hall last night on Fox News. I'm chronic socialism to me. Is creating a government and economy and society, which works for all rather than just the top one percent. It means ending absurd in qualities that exist. Today. Sanders also said he paid the amount of taxes last year that he'll know more recently released ten years of tax returns called on the president to do the same husband of a fallen. You a soldier returning to Phoenix sceptres deported. Last week's Higgins Koran was arrested by ice last week and deported to know Gallas Mexico. He came to the country illegally as a teenager in married. Barbara vieira. She was killed in Afghanistan while serving in the army and twenty ten after her death piranha was allowed to remain in the US is is not saying why Carranza is being returned that. His attorney believes the about face was triggered by media. Coverage Karonga will reunite with the couple's twelve year old daughter who was forced to move in with their grandparents in Mesa. Greg Paul five fifty KFYI Nike, Greg. Phoenix jury is gonna read the verdict of the man accused of murdering Christine was staff at this morning. It's gonna happen around ten thirty Robert interval charged with murder, even though her bodies yet to be found looking at the Dow now up sixty one let's look at traffic.

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"macron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"macron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Macron's are standing by their calls for governor. Ralph Northam to resign over a black face scandal. It confusing last weekend where he wasn't sure. Whether he was in the clan row where the black face. Has just sacrificed so much of his credibility as ability to lead during a joint interview on CBS face, the nation representatives, Don Byer and Jennifer Weston said they were not swayed by new interview in which north of argued that he was in a position to heal. The Commonwealth and address the fallout from developments involving Virginia's top three elected officials buyers said he knows north is determined to go on this reconciliation tour. But he thinks he should do it as a private citizen and not as governor Minnesota Senator Amy closure is pushing back on reports that she has mistreated staff after announcing that she's running for president the democratic Senator admitted that she can be tough and likes to push people. She added that she has high expectations for self for the people who work for her and for the country. She also noted that there are plenty of great stories from staff members that have worked for her for years. US Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing legislation to. Combat the powerful opioid Fenton. All the drug is considered many times stronger than heroin has been linked to overdoses, the New York Democrat is pushing a Bill that would put sanctions on China for years. Chinese laboratories have been cooking up formulas of death. And some of them are major drug companies in China, and they export Fenton to New York and other places that killed tens of thousands of people the Fenton gnaws sanctions act would also call on foreign drug traffickers to be identified in banned from using American banks, the US in China are currently negotiating a trade deal and trying to reach an agreement by early next month. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio Representative Liz Cheney says Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren has made herself a laughingstock this just after Warren announced her candidacy for president the notion that that anybody of any political party would pretend that they were a member of a tribe or pretend that they were native American and would do. Do it as she seems to have done it in order to get benefits that is in my view, the disgrace on CNN state of the union. The Wyoming Republican said she understands why President Trump mocks Warren over claims of native American heritage. When asked about Trump's recent tweets, calling Warren's twenty twenty presidential run the trail of tears Cheney said nobody should be surprised by the president's reaction. Elizabeth Warren has made herself a laughingstock, and I don't think anybody should be surprised that that that's been the reaction to to her. And to her continued claims last week warrant apologized for identifying herself as a native American police are investigating after a four year old girl died in a fall from a window in the Bronx police say Halina Florez tumbled out of a fourth floor window at her apartment on one hundred fortieth street in the Mont haven neighborhood shortly before five PM yesterday. Neighbors say was a horrifying scene picked.

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"macron" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"macron" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Resigns Kristoff Barbie. A French before thing that the duty of the people is to cut off the head of the Kenyan. Now, the king's name Macron fifty years ago. Vikings name was the goal and French people get off the end of the goal in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine president Charles de Gaulle resigned after losing a national referendum, but macro is hoping to defuse even harness people's anger in hundreds of public debates that he launched this week. Mark Lazar is a professor at. Paul university is going to be difficult because yellow vase don't listen to him. It's finished, but you have to speak to this part of the fringe people will have some empathy for the yellow veg but condemned on against the violence. That's a big challenge for him political analyst Barbie a believes Micron has realized his errors. And he doesn't think it's over for the young president, though, he says Macron will not be able to transform France the way he wanted to these country is an old country. She does not want to move too quick though. Young Emmanuel Macron frighten people we've eases speed macro will need a new team. And a new way of speaking to the French people by says, and he'll have to slow way way down. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris. In the beginning. When her daughter was born Lisa Abramson was smitten. She felt like she barely needed to sleep. She had so much energy. She was so excited. Let's now I can look back and say. That was a warning sign because then came delusions of helicopters, circling her house and snipers on the roof from K K weedy in San Francisco, April Dembosky has the story that first week after her daughter was born the world was nothing but love then the baby started losing weight, the pediatricians at Lisa needed to feed her every two hours. All of a sudden she felt like she couldn't keep up. It weighed on me is like I failed as mom like I can't feed my child, even when she could get a break from breastfeeding pumping. She still couldn't relax enough to sleep as she got more and more exhausted. She started to get confused people's voices were distorting. She went to a spin class. But only lasted ten minutes..

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