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"madison kelly" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:40 min | 2 months ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So when I was growing up Sunday night, you never missed 60 minutes bedrock of CBS, one of the great television news magazines of all time, really part of the media landscape for years and years and years, But man behind the scenes, Len, some read toxic stuff was going on. What's the dish that let's do it? I'm a Rosen, former producer of 60 Minutes. He's the author of a Is she new book ticking clock behind the scenes and 60 minutes And I was on the phone with us. Good morning, Ira. How you doing? Hey, Good morning. Thanks for having me. Absolutely so Ira. Covered Broadway for many years, and I certainly got to know my share of divas. You know Patti LuPone, Elaine Stritch. But man when I read your profile of 60 minutes star Mike Wallace, these divas Broadway ones they look like Julie Andrews compared to him. I mean, he was allowed ish guy, a Boris guy around the women. He was stealing other people's stories. You know, bullied the staff. Is it safe? Is it fair to say that if he were working today, he'd be tossed on the hashtag need to pile with Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose. Yeah, you know, I think your son in in fact, Chris Wallace, who who said that? At the end of his life, Mike became his best friend. Christians even said at one point, I'm not sure my father would survive the B two generations. Um, you know, these people are extraordinary. Come complicated. They took. You know Mike took me in. When I was 26 years old. I had bounced around a bunch of newspaper jobs. And you know, I I was learning television from the Picasso of interviewers. He was amazing. He knew his genius was knowing exactly what button to push to drive a person crazy. And you know, you guys interview, you know on a daily basis, and you know you're great at it. But what Mike did was he built up a terra confidentiality around a person and the person wanted to share their secrets. And they forgot that there was like a £2000 pencil that surrounded the room recording everything. And you know when when I was producing with him, Um, he wanted the questions instantaneously. So what I have to do is I had to write out a question. If I felt there was a follow up And then I have to get on my knees and crawl to him. And it was like a baton pass in a in a track race, and he'd extend his hand backwards and I'd hit him in the hand with a question he'd look at it. If you like the question. He kept it on this lad that he didn't like it, crumple it up and throw it on the floor. The problem was in the middle of it. He'd start he'd say, Oh, that was a pretty good question, but he forgot what it was. So he'd start reaching over from his chair, trying to find the question on the floor. And so I've completely forgot the interview is going on. I was just worried. The guy's gonna fall on his ass. And so you know, it was. It was a great learning experience, you know, but These guys and you guys you guys have covered, you know, you know, every jeopardy category glory known to mankind of person. They're complicated people. You know, one time I got to know Marlon Brando a little bit and Brando used to call me up from time to time. And he said, um, you know, you know, it's interesting, By the way they never call you by that name. They call you kid, Young America. Whatever. So Brandon calls me up one day and he says, you know these people out and this is before cell phones. You can't call somebody and say if you run late And he said, Um Charlie Chap, Reputation total out reputation. I'm sorry. Len? Yeah, and he starts. We're reading these so brilliant. And so I had the choice. Listening A Brando read, Saroyan's or goat Go meet the friend of the bar. And, of course, it was hypnotic, extraordinary. And then, of course, he hangs up in the middle of the conversation, you know, and he gets bored of it or whatever he moves on. You know it was. It was really an extraordinary experience. Producing a friend of mine just texted me was reading my book and said, You know you you were like this Zelig of journalism. You were everywhere you were with, you know Gangsters, movie stars. Tom Brady. Uh, you know, I spent some time with Tom Brady. You know, uh, you know, in 2000 and five I mean, it was It was quite an extraordinary ride. Hey, Ira. Uh, I wish we had more time. I really we wait. We do in a few minutes left, but I wanted to ask you. I was looking at the notes, and it said that, uh, Steve Bannon. Had a secret campaigns have trump removed from office because he believed Trump had dementia is is that true? Well, he was he What he was doing. What he was doing was, um He was trying to get me to do a story on the 25th amendment. Um and he was he didn't started to pitch this idea. To the Mercer's Who at that time were his big backers and Stephen his ice. I had sent him a David Brooks column from The New York Times. Which is one of my It was one of my favorite columns ever where, he said the Republican senators gathered in the White House and they saw a president who was so incoherent they thought he was suffering from early dementia. Nevertheless, they gave him a standing ovation. And so I sent this this column to him and he said Um, you know, brother, I've never steered you wrong. You got to do the story on the 25th amendment, and he was pushing it. And And I know, you know, I I know a lot about how far he went and trying to get this out there. Um, he I think he now is saying that it wasn't him. Who was pushing it. It was Madison Kelly or something, but, yeah, that was what was going on at that point in time. Hey, Ira, So lend worked on the Today show with Katie Katie Couric and you know he's nothing but positive things to say about are not mad, and she's always been charming to me. But when she was on 60 minutes, you have a different take on her. What was she like to work with? Well, you know, I only did one story with her. I only did the Hillary Clinton story and where she has softball questions, by the way. Well, you know, Here's the thing you know, it's It's hard to judge a person just based on one story, but I would I would that that chapter in my butt, you know, and what this is. What happens when your book is the first people who grabbed your book, a headline writers of the New York Post and then they tend to so yeah, you know, distort to see, I'm sure you need guidance. You know what I'm talking about? You know, they probably read a book jacket or something..

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"madison kelly" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on The Young Turks

"It's just Yeah. So, it wasn't a, you just feel any responsibility he just doesn't. Feel that they are discriminated against and that they have that pain and etc I mean we saw George Fluoride in front of our eyes. That's the only one he expressed any degree of fake sympathy towards the others A. Didn't even bother doing face sympathy. He immediately jumped out and said Oh. Yeah. The cost. Right you should all bow down to the cops and no one should ever protest the cost by kneeling football games, etc. so I'd super obvious stories loyalties lie no, he just thinks a black lab coming and he's a monster and but everybody already knew that in. Just one super clear and I'll say one more thing that's in the book that's really damning. Look that. About this with an NFL legendary enforcer today who happened to give me the nickname of sort of the left, but it's not a big deal. Anyway, the twenty percent. That's Maga-. Their immovable. So don't don't ever try to move them now who they did not voting for trump despite his racism stupidity and ignorance and fascism another voting form because of that Saturday, that's twenty eight percent of the country, but it is so. I. Take that from Choline on different issues et Cetera. But right now trump is bullying. We're in between forty to forty five in the presidential election now that's terrible. Vernon and he's likely to lose but it's it's still way way too high but that is. A giant chairman country between twenty percent and forty five percent that is still movable in one way or another, and so if insulting formed soldiers and calling them suckers, the losers doesn't do it and if it turns out. You know his own cabinet saying he's so morally and mentally capable of leading than we were thinking of Alstom doesn't do it well, then maybe that forty five percent is a movable, but my guess is it is to some degrees and. You'd be in the reason why they're still in the middle is because they have they barely watched. The news is very, very low consumers of news so. That's why it's important for Madison Kelly and others to go in front of a TV camera and make a big deal out of it. So we could actually reach people who don't normally follow the news and finally from the book. He also apparently did not right one or two love letters to Kim Jong Il. They exchange twenty-seven letters where they're fawning over each other Kim Jong Hoon calls trump his excellency. And then but the way worse Kim kitchen brags about how he executed his uncle and gives gory details and trump is perfectly happy after he resides every read that on tape trump said that Kim Jong Hoon him fell in love and even today as latest today is like Is really healthy good to see that you know.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All the level on the go. What to do about penalties? Police chief Madison again, here's what's trending this hour, some leaders in the Madison Kelly believed chief Mark fairer should be fired in January. The Pendleton town council voted to have him fired accusing him of showing bias on Facebook against African Americans. Muslims liberals and people who identify as transgender. However, those who support him feel like he did nothing wrong. And then he shouldn't lose his job. Fair has a hearing on March eight to appeal to the council's decision the background checks act was approved by the US house committee this week. Chris Davis reports that the act would stop many, private and gun show sales without background checks democrat congressman Andre Carson officer. I understand the importance of the second amendment in a message on Twitter also understand the serious threat gun violence pulses to our he also says Democrats plan to reintroduce a ban on what he calls assault weapons. Chris Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news nineteen year old. Daiquan Mitchell was found dead outside. The Honey creek apartments on Friday at least say his family moved to green one to get away from the violence in Indy. This is very sad that it happened. I mean, everybody wants the best for their kids. You want to provide for your family Johnson county deputy prosecutor drew foster says the suspect traveled from Indianapolis to Greenwood and gunned down Mitchell foster believes Mitchell in the shooter knew each other across the state European average of two thirty one per gallon for gas. That's according to gas, buddy dot com. I'm Madison Miguel on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Announcement was here at Merrill, Lago in the giant ballroom there, and I will never forget the drive bys being orgasmic. It was a great relief. Finally. Oh, good. We got somebody owner stairs. How things work here? Good. Somebody's gonna limit Trump. Somebody's gonna tell and they they try disguises by praising Trump for having good sense. The hire somebody that knows what Trump doesn't know and did o with Tillerson. Tillerson surprised me. I thought Tillerson was a good higher. I got I got totally sandbagged by that one. But I can say to Madison Kelly I had red flags from the moment, they were because simply these are these are the Pentagon, FOX as we've discussed you've got your warrior generals, and you've got your political generals. You've got the generals that get their stars. With battlefield valor and victory. And you've got generals who get their stars by climbing the politically correct inside the beltway ladder. And like this this general Stanley mcchrystal who was a total toady for Hillary Clinton who did nothing. But but sell out the US military Benghazi is the most glaring example you look at these. And you don't how can the world could any legitimate military person support Hillary Clinton how in the world, but many of them did because that's who they are first liberals are always liberals. I whatever else they are second. And including. Whatever their religion is whatever their careers. Are. They are liberals I and maybe even second. So Trump has I think. Tried to adapt. I think he has attempted to cooperate attempted to unify. And rather than be treated respectfully in. This regard people have accepted these entries and his job offers with the intent of sabotaging him as Steve Hilton calls out, these is peace at at Fox News. But my overall point here is that despite all this Trump is still there despite the saboteurs in their best efforts guess who's gone the saboteurs. Look at the FBI look at how many of the snakes the FBI and the DOJ are out now starting with the Maccabees, and then the struck strokes smirks and Lisa pages. And all these people ran this. Clandestine spy operation to destroy the Trump campaign in the presence of all of that. They're the ones who were gone, call me. They're gone now, they're still out there. Trying to wreak havoc and damage, but they're gone. Trump outlasted him. Oh that reminds me the news hit today that rod Rosenstein deputy attorney general is going to leave. This isn't news. He was always going to leave once the AG. That's been nominated. William bar is confirmed because bar will then get to choose his own deputy if he wants working with Trump to do it. So it isn't news that Rosenstein was gonna leave. But that doesn't mean the drive bys cannot have a fit about it. And they are and they're trying to lay the groundwork. That Trump knows he knows that Muller is going to be a devastating report. So he's getting rid of Rosenstein Trump's firing this. That's not at all what's happening. But Bret Baier. Said today earlier on FOX that the Rosen steam resignation is part of the process of the end of the Muller investigation. Bret Baier thinks that the Muller investigation is just two weeks away from ending and being reported. And whenever that is whatever that reports released whenever Muller wraps it up. It's gonna be brace yourselves. It's gonna be the biggest neutron explosion in that town since Watergate before anybody even knows what's in the report. Rosenstein leaving. That that ends a direct the OJ connection to Muller. Anyway, I gotta take a break. I'm look at the clock. And I'm very close. So let's take a bright timeout, and we'll come back here. And I promise got started on the phone here. It.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have asked too many questions, and I've been told that I know. There are state and county investigations into last Thursday shooting hurricane Florence has already forced to change to President Trump's schedule later this week. The Trump campaign announced it is canceling a rally scheduled for this Friday in Jackson Mississippi starting the potential threat from hurricane Florence which is now categorized as a category. Four hurricane journalist. Bob Woodward, defending the reporting in his new book fear in which he quotes Defense Secretary, Jim Madison White House chief of staff. John Kelly disparaging President Trump matters has denied saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader while Kelly denies calling Trump in idiot. Woodward said Monday on NBC's today show that Madison Kelly are not telling the truth and Steph at their denials are quote, political statements to protect their jobs, the candidates for congress from illinois's sixth district will appear before the daily herald or rather have appeared before the daily herald, they responded to questions about it. Issues confronting the US, congress and the ninety minute discussion, they covered healthcare wealth, distribution and immigration. Here's incumbent Republican u s congressman Peter roskin. If people had the sense that the wall is secure or that there is a secure border rather than the drama comes down. And then you can have the next discussion. The next discussion has to include a guest worker program and democratic challenger, Sean cases in two thousand fifteen voted to deport people who'd self identified under Dhaka loaded prior to that to remove people's access to birthright citizenship, and he voted against the challenger Sean cast in speaking there. The ninety minute discussion was up before they could cover climate change and Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan joined seven states to sue the interior department for rolling back protections for migratory birds American office statement Friday says the suit was filed in a New York federal court. The lawsuit says it's long been except if that the migratory bird treaty act, prohibits the killing of those birds, even when the intention. Was not to kill them. But it says the.

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President Trump, Hurricane Florence and Bob Woodward discussed on John Williams

John Williams

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, Hurricane Florence and Bob Woodward discussed on John Williams

"I know. There are state and county investigations into last Thursday shooting hurricane Florence has already forced to change to President Trump's schedule later this week. The Trump campaign announced it is canceling a rally scheduled for this Friday in

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"madison kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"White House is a dysfunctional place and then not that is not good again, that doesn't in any way excuse individual mistakes or make things that aren't true, true people who say otherwise should be ashamed of themselves. But overall, we have an impression of a White House that is dysfunctional and there is a big difference. I think between sort of what Trump's defenders say he went to Washington to do is shake things up and drain the swamp and break the cartel and all of that and just being playing dysfunctional. The second thing is one of the sad things I think in this book is that it does imply that people who are admirable and have made great contributions to American life have been corrupted by Trump now. I don't know, and we'll never know whether General Mattis said what he is being accused of having set. But I also know as you say that there is a big difference between a wolf and. Would and would is not somebody who was prone to making things op, especially about much admired American military figures. So all we now to believe that the cost of General Mattis is being in the White House, which I think is a good thing. And in some ways, offsetting Trump's instincts is that he has to start lying about what he has said and going on the record and telling the truth, maybe. And I think that's very sad. I mean that that is not the sort of consequence you want to see from a presidency. Yeah. Wonder about that myself. My my sumptious in, I just find it hard to believe. Maybe I'm naive that Madison Kelly would outright lie. But my assumption is that they said things like their quoted saying in the Woodward book and are using it's some sort of escape clause to tell the truth about it while obscuring the truth about it, but Michael, what? What is your view? How much does it matter if high level fficials are coined? The president United States in idiot. It matters if he feels that his honor is on the line and he has to try to fire and rehire, you know so many members of the White House, especially if you know, Democrats do what we don't think they'll do. But if they take the Senate. You know, the staffing has always been an issue for this White House. It's been painfully awkwardly, horribly slow at staffing up at state and other things that's had trouble keeping any semblance of a team in the White House. And these books, I think don't help that. I think it will. You know, we could see Trump turning on some of these figures. You know, we sort of like have to get used to the side of that. He has moods where he focuses on sessions, or he focuses on some member of the White House team and decides to distance himself from that person or elevate that person. So we may get another round of that in the wake of this book because he may feel more betrayed by one quote or the other. So there you know, the book will is documenting the cats and we'll create more chaos. My issue is I don't know how much of this cashes out into real life beyond watching it in the TV drama of the White House. House so far, the departments of our state and government seem to be working, right. I mean there there are things we object to. We didn't like the way they launched you to have the travel ban or other things where it was calculated for maximum confusion disruption. But overall, the this White House is dysfunctional, but the United States government is functioning covering her. I am. I am afraid. I do not find it all that comforting for this reason. I believe that what we're seeing is not necessarily a stable equilibrium. I believe that you're seeing change over time as you have old personnel. Leave new personnel come in. There's a great deal of friction, the ability to coordinate. Again, just this simple fear, the fact that people do not trust that their colleagues will hold things and confidence. I think that that leads to a progressive deterioration, one of the actors in the Trump administration who has been relatively effect. Active has been the attorney general Jeff Sessions. He is someone who is also being blamed by some Trump allies now for some of the missteps of the administration..

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And he would take over the just think you're right that team and if you look you know north korea and china and and uh russia and the terrorist threat that's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world and we need is guilty and aggressive team to deal with it and you need us secretary of state when he speaks actually is understood by the world to be speaking on behalf of the president not in opposition to his policies whatever they are that is the profound difficulty with the secretary tillerson not a bad man i don't think he's prickly accomplished administrator because oil companies are not bureaucracies but it does seem to me that you've got to have very little daylight it you need a nixon kissinger's situation need a george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state you know trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump starting from a lowerplaced trump's never been in politics before every presidency is gutted pleats king's together and find the people it could work with you know just think of the way churchill in lincoln went through generals until they've found that they could work with and you know there's really great thing in the bruce canton history the civil war who he describes ask phil sheridan and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht as a kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about with madison kelly and cotton and pump and he said the two when those men sat down links came across the south they did yeah of course you know and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president is the elected head of the.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on WGTK

"And uh russia and the terrorist threat that's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world and we need is skill and aggressive team to deal with it and you need a secretary of state who when he speaks actually is understood by the world to be speaking on behalf of the president not in opposition to his policies whatever they are that is the profound difficulty with secretary tillerson not a bad man i don't think he's prickly accomplish administrator because oil companies are not bureaucracies but it does seem to me that you've got to have very little daylight it you need a nixon kissinger situation need a george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state now he know trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump starting from a lower place trump's never been in politics before every presidency he's got to put his team together and find the people it could work with you know just think of the way churchill and lincoln went through generals until they found a bunch that they could work with and you know there's really great thing and the bruce katyn history the civil war who he describes still shared and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht that's the kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about madison kelly and cotton and pompilio and he said that two when those men sat down winter's across the south of course you course and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president and is the elected head of the executive branch he should pick people that he keeps on with well yup i also have to bring up before we have one minute left mick mulvaney went over in took over bureaucracy which is unconstitutional the consumer financial protection board and a bureaucrat sued to get control the bureaucracy on the theory that it was a perpetual bureaucratic motion machine that was i think a inflection moment larry arnn that's when it became impossible to deny that the project is to destroy citizenship and put the.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It you need a nixon kissinger's situation unita george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state and he you know trump trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump's starting from a lower place trump's never been in politics before lead presidency has got to put his team together and find the people it could work with know just think of the way churchill and lincoln went through generals until they found that they work with and you know there's really great thing in the bruce katyn history the civil war who he describes a still sheridan and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht as a kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about madison kelly and cotton and pump l and he said the two when those men sat down winter came across the south the journal you know did yeah of course you know and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president is elected head of the executive branch should pick people that he could someone with well yup i also have to bring up before we have one minute left mick mulvaney went over in took over bureaucracy which is unconstitutional the consumer financial protection board and eight bureaucrat sued to get control the bureaucracy on the theory that it was a perpetual bureaucratic motion machine that was i think a inflection moment larry arnn that's when it became impossible to deny that the project is to destroy citizenship and put the experts in church well it here if you're making a list of who's greatest man in america mulvaney is under consideration i agree but but i hope to the show i think he should be president of hillsdale college of the host of the hugh hewitt show because he can obviously do a lot of jobs i'll be right back with dr larry arnn hillsdale dot eu you sign up all of your parents in primus and tell us christmas present absolutely free to you and they'll thank you actually subscribed something for them stay tuned.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"So ambassador burns we are where we are what is the best case scenario is the best case scenario rex tillerson leaving which of course under normal circumstances he would and ice basically rolling the dice on whether it's steve bannon acolyte would be our next secretary of state weird some of the names that were flooded earlier during the transition or having rex tillerson hold on knowing that he's working closely with secretary mattis every day know joe i think again in a normal at a normal time you have to say that he'd have to resign but this is not a normal time and the president has the north korea crisis on the front burner he's gotta go to asia in november and have tough meetings with xi jinping it's going to be as longest and most demanding trip as president i think it's better for the president and the country that secretary tillerson stay i do think that he and secretary mattis general mcmaster general kelly they're you know they're kind of the blocking force preventing president trump from doing real damage to this country if you think about the challenges we face nick fewer and fewer in government richard there and you and you were tillerson and you were talking to madison kelly and the restaurant at mcmaster imagine you all walked into the oval office what would be your requests of this president to basically said mr president if you want us to succeed in ways that will help you here's what we need you to do and stop doing what would be on your uh what would be on your list.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The world should get a book terrible foot three into the president of the united states that book the nothing like that at all it was it was lighthearted stuff and that that kind of insider of chaff that you again i didn't get the impression that there was any i thought nixon was mad this interpretation but the point is they wanna take things like that have not been attributed trump the demon drink they won't take these stories and our tribute them to trump in so here you have douglas brinkley saying that madison kelly are ignoring trump light kissinger ignored nixon after he went mad nixon was not ignored when he met it and what we're getting here now is we've had we've had paul but gallon the previous bite uh make the point that that the the generals are not listening to trump uh and may galaxy senate what we need to do oh of building miniaturize nuclear weapons that could be used as warheads for missiles but the poseima and ministration knew about north korea's miniaturise nukes years ago so the washing this was tuesday when the washington post it is big big bombshell from the d i a that north korea's now capable tori omitted that the d i a concluded this four years ago folks this is four year old new news this is no different than on monday the new york times monday night with the shocking news alert saying that they've come across a secret government document suggesting that global warming is happening much faster and much sooner than anybody new march faster in sugar than the models predict in fact global warming is so bad that it's happening right now and it turns out that that very document had been public four months and the new york times reports it as a leaked document they secretly got that has never been reported there were unleashing it on the world the reaction last night with the alert and the next day was typical it was fake news and so is this business that the washington post did on tuesday that north korea all of the sudden has nuclear warhead capability they've had it since two thousand thirteen who was president in 2013 that would be none other than barack hussein also was it.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Humorous it was not a little new at the world terrible terrible the new president of the united states do nothing like that at all it was it was lighthearted stuff and that that kind of insider of chat that again i didn't get the impression that there was any by thought nix it was magnificent her petition but the point is i want to take things like that have not been attributed trump the demon drink they went take these stories and out attributed them to trump and so here you have dug list brinkley saying that madison kelly are ignoring trump light kissinger ignored nixon after he went mad nixon was not ignored when he met it and what we're getting here now is we've had we've had paul mcgowan the previous bite uh make the point that that the the generals are not listening to trump uh and may galaxy said about what we need to do uh is the generals cannot allow trump to say thing so a gala once the generals to stop trump from saying leeson saint wings and douglas brinkley is saying that the generals are ignoring when trump says these and thing st things like sound and fury him all of that but what started all of this want to go back to that it was a washington post story.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Trump cast is brought to you by texture texture letsie stay up to date with your favorite magazines all in one place right now get a fourteen day three trial when you sign up by going to texture dot com slash trump cast the following podcast contains explicit language livvy had his here were madison kelly are just sort of kind of not listening to donald trump in this case what we have is the art of the blood this is what trump does all the time five i'm concerned that he's playing battleship a up a between golf games at his golf course hello and welcome to trump cast i'm josh king author of off script hosting this weekend's show with fire and fury the likes of which the world has never seen trump cast is the show about the man who 'attaches himself to phrases he thinks roll off his tongue like the feeling new york times and amazon washington post and new to prominence in the lexicon the aforementioned the likes of which we've never seen on tuesday of this week in a cramped conference room at his clubhouse at the trump national golf club in bedminster with his wife sitting to his left and as health and human services secretary to his right our president use that phrase four times twice regarding the opioid crisis in america and twice in relation to the escalating nuclear crisis with north korea two very different crises one very handy all encompassing exclaiming tori phrase they won't be met with fire and fury.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KTRH

"Is interpreted with point is they want to take things like that have not been attributed trump the demon drink they won't take these stories and out attributed them to trump and so here you have douglas brinkley saying that madison kelly are ignoring trump light kissinger ignoring nixon after he went mad nixon was not ignored when he meant it and what we're getting here now is we've had we've had paul the gallon of previous bite uh make the point that that the the generals are not listening to trump uh and may galaxy senate what we need to do uh is the generals cannot allow trump to say things so a gala once the generals to stop trump from saying these and saint bangs and douglas brinkley is saying that the generals are ignoring when trump says these and think st things like sound and fury furious all of that what started all of this want to go back to that it was a washington post story the washington post story genuinely shocked the world a stick with me on this the washington post reported that the defense intelligence agency had concluded that north korea had successfully produced miniature rise nuclear warheads that could fit inside their missiles about sixty of them and that report changed everything that turn north korea from a bumbling little potbellied fool in the wrong warheads now everybody started changing their focus on this one hundred eighty degrees but here's the problem with this that was not news the obama administration knew about north korea's miniature nukes years ago so the washington this was tuesday when the washington post it is big big bombshell from the d i a that north korea's now capable of building miniaturize nuclear weapons that could be used his warheads for missiles but the post story omitted that the d i a concluded this four years ago folks this is four year old news this is.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Country is in trouble and the country has real enemies and that's why he likes madison kelly and mcmaster because as they'll wipe them out those are your two power structures that are going to end up winning with donald trump the generals and the family put all your chips there the generals should make him more predictable and the family as well you'll see he i think this president start to settle in two more of a predictable pattern unless his win at all costs or just unpredictable side just cannot handle somebody like john kelly jared kushner a vonk of trump gary cohn donald j trump jr there they're liberals they're progressives if you are destroying the gop how are you going to get anything done now i celebrate the fact that these two and the gop good baby to but if he's destroying the gop how are you going to get anything past you need something past i believe of vodka and jared or dealmakers i believe those guys can meet with leaders of the other side and say look you guys have goals we have goals our dad wants to make america great he wants to do he wants legislation on health care the gop couldn't get anything done you've heard my dad he believes in a single payer system that the government pays for so there's lots of places here that we can get together this won't really begin to happen until after 2018 where the gop is completely destroyed and they just dave you know lost the house and or the senate when that happens then you're going to see the vodka becoming very very important on capitol hill and jared becoming popular on capitol hill and talking about progressive policies that will if the democrats love their policies more than they hate donald trump they will work with him but that's a big if everybody just hates donald trump hillsdale xu john mccain he'll just shoot his own feed off doesn't matter the next one is enforcement we are a world war and the president likes enforcement i'm sorry you may disagree with me but i do not believe the president was joking when he said to the when he said to the police officers you know what you.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Country is in trouble and the country has real enemies and that's why he likes madison kelly and mcmaster because does they'll wipe them out those are your to power structures that are going to end up winning with donald trump the generals and the family put all your chips there the generals should make him more predictable and the family as well you'll see i think this president start to settle into more of a predictable pattern unless his win at all costs or just unpredictable side just cannot handle somebody like john kelly jared kushner a vonk could trump gary cohn donald j trump jr there they're liberals they're progressives if are destroying the gop how are you going to get anything done now i celebrate the fact that these two and the gop good baby to but if he's destroying the gop how are you going to get anything past you need something past i believe of vodka and jared or dealmakers i believe those guys can meet with leaders of the other side and say look you guys have goals we have goals our dad wants to make america great he wants to do he wants legislation on health care the gop couldn't get anything done you've heard my dad he believes in a single payer system that the government pays for so there's lots of places here that we can get together this won't really begin to happen until after 2018 when the gop is completely destroyed and they just dave you know lost the house and or the senate when that happens then you're going to see the co becoming very very important on capitol hill and jared becoming popular in capitol hill and talking about progressive policies that will if the democrats love their policies more than they hate donald trump they will work with him but that's a big if everybody just hates donald trump and they'll they'll shoot i mean john mccain he'll just shoot his own feed off doesn't matter the next one is enforcement we are a world at war and the president likes enforcement i'm sorry you may disagree with me but i do not believe the president was joking when he said to the when he said to the police officers you know what you don't have to put your.

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"madison kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"madison kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Country is in trouble and the country has real enemies and that's why he likes madison kelly and mcmaster because they'll wipe them out those are your to power structures that are going to end up winning with donald trump the generals and the family put all your chips there the generals should make him more predictable and the family as well you'll see he i think this president start to settle in two more of a predictable pattern unless his win at all costs or just unpredictable side just cannot handle somebody like john kelly jared kushner ofan could trump gary cohn donald j trump jr they're they're liberals they're progressives if you are destroying the gop how are you going to get anything done now i celebrate the fact that these two three and the gop good they need to but if he's destroying the gop how are you going to get anything past you need something past i believe of vodka and jared or dealmakers i believe those guys can meet with leaders of the other side and say look you guys have goals we have goals our dad wants to make america great he wants to do he wants legislation on health care the gop couldn't get anything done you've heard my dad he believes in a single payer system that the government pays for so there's lots of places here that we can get together this won't really begin to happen until after 2018 when the gop is completely destroyed and they just dave you know lost the house and or the senate when that happens then you're going to see the vodka becoming very very important on capitol hill and jared becoming popular in capitol hill and talking about progressive policies that will if the democrats love their policies more than they hate donald trump they will work with him but that's a big if everybody just hates donald trump hillsdale shoot john mccain he'll just shoot his own feed off doesn't matter the next one is enforcement we are world world war and the president likes enforcement i'm sorry you may disagree with me but i do not believe the president was joking when he said to the when he said to the police officers you know what you.

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