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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"That's eight hundred eight nine hundred forty three sure and use promo code Larry article in the national review FBI's Trump. Russia investigation was formally opened on false pretenses. Let me read you a little bit of it chicanery was the force behind the formal opening of the FBI's Trump Russia investigation. There was a false premise, namely, the Trump campaign must have known that Russia possessed emails related to Hillary Clinton from the air through either intentional deception or incompetence, the foreign ministries of Australia and the United States erected a fraudulent story time. The Trump campaign's purported knowledge to the publication of hacked DNC emails. That's what we learned from the saga of George popadopoulos who was interviewed recently by Maria badeah Romo, FOX business. Here's some of it going to take us back to how this all began. Because when you and I were talking about what you went through. It was actually stunning to me in terms of the level of people that reached out to you first before we go through this time line. That is is is really stunning. And I want to focus on this. I want to ask you have you ever been to Russia? I've never been to Russia. No getting you have any colleagues associates that work in Russia or for the Russian government. Absolutely not. In fact, I was working at a nail conservative think tank for five years leading up to joining both Carson and Trump campaigns, and I was in the energy business as an American doing those things are not working with the Russians at all promoting their interests. All right. So let's take it back to the end of two thousand fifteen and you will working with Ben Carson campaign. We've got this time line here. You are working for men cars and you wanted Ben Carson to win. But you decide you want to give Corey Lewandowski a call who's running the Trump campaign. You say you're interested in joining. That's right. Actually, actually, I had reached out the Corey Lewandowski even before Carson, I think around June or July twenty fifteen I just thought that Donald Trump was gonna end up being the president end up. Choosing. Marco Rubio is. They weren't hiring yet that he would get back to you. That's right. That's right. And we stayed in touch. I ended up joining the Ben Carson campaign S. So you're working for Ben Carson, you're in touch with the Trump campaign. Then Ben Carson drops out in January sixteen so you are left without working, you you, you don't have John and somebody reaches out to you on linked in tell me about that. Yeah. Absolutely. So I was contacted by this company called the London center for international law practice. I was living in London at the time. I was on the energy business in Europe. And they contacted me out of the blue light for you to come in work for us as director over here. And I didn't think too much of it. And I went over there, and this company ended up being some sort of spark that ended up that ended up probably changing my life and the and the last two years of this country because they're the ones that introduced me to this mysterious professor in Rome jobs. Okay. They'll get ahead of ourselves. So you're working for this this center, we we learn later that the center actually has roof at the FBI in the past. Right. Absolutely. So all of the ficials that I was working with at this company. Were either connected, you know, western governments western intelligence organizations where some of the top partners at the top law firms in the world were -ffiliated with this company. There were absolutely no Russians whatsoever. At this company to you on Lincoln that that's that ways is some red flags right there because I'm wondering why a company working with Intel agencies regularly, including the FBI in pass. We just to you on Lincoln. Why you why did they reach out to you working with Ben Carson? I'm just wondering if and fact more people were spied on like Ben Carson's campaign, but we'll get to that in a minute. They reject you you start working with you accept the job. I do accept a job. I get there in within forty eight hours a month director already, which did it make sense to me. It seemed like it was fabricated type of position there just to get me in the room and to meet various people in for them to introduce me to various officials around Europe and even the United States. So it seemed like it was some sort of front company in front jobs so fast forward to March. When you decide you are in fact, gonna join the Trump campaign you go back to your colleagues at the center, and you say, I'm leaving I'm quitting. I wanna go work for Trump. And then what happens? Yeah. Absolutely. So I tell them I'm leaving. And they're they're all furious. Essentially, they're telling me, are you crazy. You know, you have such high level connections here in Europe in DC. Why would you go and work there? You're just finished working on Carson's campaign. He. Opt out from win. You're going to do it. And you say what? Yeah. And they're just furious. And they say, well, if you're going to end up leaving us before you go we need you to go to Rome with us because we have some people there who are going to help you on the campaign and at the time, I didn't think anything of it. And I went to Rome with them to this university. Okay. So you go to this university in Rome, and you meet an interesting individuals. Let's talk about that. We'll do that. And we come.

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Article in the national review FBI's Trump Russia investigation with formerly open on false pretenses. Let me read you a little bit of it chicanery was the force behind the formal opening of the FBI's Trump Russia investigation. There was a false premise, namely, the Trump campaign must have known that Russia possessed emails related to Hillary Clinton from the air through either intentional deception or incompetence, the foreign ministries of Austrailia and the United States erected a fraudulent story time. The Trump campaign's purported knowledge to the publication of hacked DNC emails. That's what we learned from the saga of George popadopoulos who interviewed recently by Maria badeah Romo, FOX business. Here's some of it. I want you to take us back to how this all began. Because when you were talking about what you went through. It was actually stunning to me in terms of the level of people that reached out to you first before we go through this time. I'm line. That is is is really stunning. I want to focus on this. I want to ask you have you ever been to Russia? I've never been to Russia now getting you have any colleagues associates that work in Russia or for the Russian government, absolutely not. In fact, I was working at a nail conservative think tank for five years leading up to joining both Carson and Trump campaigns, and I was in the energy business as an American doing those two things are not working with the Russians at all promoting their interests. All right. So let's take it back to the end of two thousand fifteen and you will working with Ben Carson campaign. We've got this time line here. You are working for Ben Carson you wanted been cautioned to win. But you decide you want to give Corey Lewandowski a call who's running the Trump campaign. You say you're interested in joining. That's right. Actually, actually, I had reached out the corio in Dallas. He even before Carson. I think around June or July twenty fifteen I just thought that Donald Trump was gonna end up being the president ended up choosing. Marco rubio. VP they weren't hiring yet that he would get back to you. That's right. That's right. And we stayed in touch ended up joining the Ben Carson campaign. So you working for Ben Carson, you're in touch with the Trump campaign. Then Ben Carson drops out in January sixteen so you are left without working, you you you don't have a job and somebody reaches out to you on linked in tell me about that. Yeah. Absolutely. So I was contacted by this company called the London center for international practice. I was living in London at the time. I was on the energy business in Europe. And they contacted me out of the blue. We'd like for you to come and work for us as a director over here. And I didn't think too much of it. And I went over there, and this company ended up being some sort of spark that end up that ended up probably changing my life and the and the last two years of this country because they're the ones that introduced me to this mysterious professor in Rome jobs. Okay. They'll get ahead of ourselves. So you're working for this this center, we we learn later that the center actually has roped at the FBI in the past. Right. Absolutely. So all of the ficials that I was working with at this company were either connected to, you know, western governments western intelligence organizations where some of the top partners of the top law firms in the world were affiliated with this company. There were absolutely no Russians whatsoever. At this company reached out to you on Lincoln that that's that raises some red flags right there because I'm wondering. Why a company working with Intel agencies regularly including the FBI in the past. We just two on Lincoln. Why you why did they reach out to you working with Ben Carson? I'm just wondering if and fact more people were spied on like Ben Carson's campaign, but we'll get to that in a minute. They checked you you start working with you accept the job. I do accept the job. I get there and within forty eight hours director already which didn't make sense to me. It seemed like it was fabricated type of position there just to get me in the room and to meet various people in for them to introduce me to various officials around Europe and even the United States. So seemed like it was some sort of front company in front job so fast forward to March. When you decide you are in fact, gonna join the Trump campaign you go back to your colleagues at the center, and you say, I'm leaving I'm quitting. I wanna go work for Trump. And then what happens? Yeah. Absolutely. So I tell them my leaving. And they're and they're all furious. Essentially, they're telling me, are you crazy. You know, you have such high level connections here in Europe in DC. Why would you go and work there? You're just finished working on Carson's campaign. He dropped out. Yeah. What you're going to do it. And they say what? Yeah. And they're just furious. And they say, well, if you're gonna end up leaving us before you go we need you to go to Rome with us because we have some people there who are going to help you on the campaign and at the time, I didn't think anything of it. And I went to Rome with them to this university. Okay. So you go to this university in Rome, and you meet an interesting individuals. Let's talk about that. We'll do that. And.

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Gunnison. Well, nothing happened in much overnight. The Japanese market down eight tenths of one percent, China down four tenths Frankfort up four tenths our markets will be closed tomorrow. This will end trading week today when the bell rings at four PM eastern standard time. And tomorrow course, Good Friday initial jobless claims last week. I said I've never seen a print below two hundred thousand until Thursday will guess what this week's initial jobless claims once again under two hundred thousand which underscores the strength in the US jobs market. We have one hundred ninety two thousand initial jobless claims filed this past week versus two hundred six thousand consensus. That's also a little bit of the reason why the Dow is up fifty points right now. Nasdaq though, however down twenty four points, we've had a few NASDAQ earnings NASDAQ related earnings that are causing that another big report today the March retail sales numbers fly by. Estimates. Now, I want you to once again, I'm going to give the analogy of the mighty Mississippi River and all the tributaries of flow into the mighty Mississippi River, I think the Mississippi is a very good analogy for the US economy. You wanna flowing you wanted moving. You don't want it stagnant. You don't want going backwards. Do you? We'll all those tributaries that feed into the mighty Mississippi or the US economy are things like initial jobless claims which reported every Thursday. The monthly retail sales numbers, which help us gauge the strength of the consumer which the consumer is about eighty percent of the economy. We look at things like PMOI, and we looked at things like CPI which measures inflation. We look at things like the jobs report, how many jobs were created all of these are tributaries and streams that flow into the mighty Mississippi and help us gauge the the swiftness of the current thereof and the US economy now, I listen to an entire interview this morning with Jamie diamond CEO of J P Morgan Bank. Let me just say something that guy is sharp. It's one of the sharpest minds I've ever listened to. He talked so fast in his mind move so quickly. It's almost hard to keep up with them. But he's a brilliant guy. And he was asked once again by Maria badeah Romo was interviewing him, Jamie. Do you see any signs of a US recession out there on the horizon? She's talking the next one to two years. All right. And this comes from somebody you talk about boots on the ground. Okay. Sometimes not only does he have boots. He has hit boots. Sometimes he has chest waders. He's deep into the US economy. And once again, Jamie diamond reiterated that he does not at the current on time. See any prospects for a recession looming out there on the horizon. And that's why I continue to say that the sun continues to to to shine on the markets. Oh, not every day. Not every week not every month. But I want you to plot to dots. This is from geometry one. All right. I remember my geometry teacher point. Loma is school Hazel gets off. She was about eighty three years old she'd been teaching geometry for seventy three of those years right there at point Loma high school, but I still remember plotting to dots. What do we call? The the connection of two dots. We call that a line. All right. I want you to plot six hundred and sixty seven okay on the left and on the right? I want you to plot two thousand nine hundred and connect those dots. And which way is the slope. That's another one. Remember, the slope the slope of that line? That is created the slope of that line is. Up to sidedly up. The market remains in a primary up for that is the definition of a bull market now along the way there's lots of secondary trends within that primary trend, but the primary trend is still up meaning the bowl market is still in place. It in fact, we're getting very very very very close to exceeding that October high of last year, which will then weaken absolutely say that we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the ball back on Mark seven, but what we're concerned with now. And what I am highly focused on on a daily basis is monitoring that bull market no different than the last ten years. I'm a guy who's been right for ten years and. I still see another couple of years in this thing that could change. We're getting earnings every single day. We're getting economic reports every single day. But from what I see now people that want to grow their money because when the sun stop shining, you're not going to be able to grow your money. You're gonna have to you have to put the harvest over on the sidelines. Protect rbis. But it's still a good time to be harvesting in your 4._0._1._K's, your IRA's your college funds yet. Like, I say when I was in Dallas, I talked to a whole lot of folks that have been on the sidelines. Some of them for years and have missed out on this growth opportunity, and they say why should I get in? Now, it's been going for ten years. And like I say I've heard that argument for the last ten years every single year. I've heard that argument. Well, I believe that you have to have growth. With vigilance. And vigilance is the name of the game along with growth. This is Bill Anderson. We'll be right back. Are you a die hard? Do it. Yourself investor Bill gutters. And makes the tools that he developed a professionally managed money available to you. I invented the best stocks now outputs gives you relative performance evaluations where possible and Mike proprietary ranking almost five thousand stocks mutual funds and ETS T e because does nine ninety nine per month. And if you wanna see all my life trades and all four portfolios you've been subscribed for eighty nine dollars per month. Visit my website at gunnison capital dot com. That's Garson capital dot com..

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Now radio hour with professional money manager Bill under president of gunderman capital management in Charleston, South Carolina, where it's a beautiful day. The sky is blue the water blue the Dow was up the NASDAQ is down. We have mentioned I have seven hundred seventeen b plus or better rank stocks in my database right now. Last week at this time, I had seven hundred and fifty nine b plus or better rank stocks we've lost quite a few healthcare. Stocks out of that upper echelon of my rankings. My rankings are based on valuation and relative strength to very important components from my perspective from my twenty two years in the business to me. Those are the two most important criteria is not return on equity. It's not debt-to-equity. It's not your current ratio. Instead, I find valuation and relative strength to be the most important third. I like to see a good healthy stock chart. Well, nothing happened in much overnight. The Japanese market down eight tenths of one percent, China down four-tenths Frankfort four our markets will be closed tomorrow. This will end trading week today when the bell rings at four PM eastern standard time. And tomorrow course, Good Friday initial jobless claims last week. I said I've never seen a print below two hundred thousand until last Thursday will guess what this week's initial jobless claims once again under two hundred thousand which underscores the strength in the US jobs market. We have one hundred ninety two thousand initial jobless claims filed this past week versus two hundred six thousand consensus. That's also a little bit of the reason why the Dow is up fifty points right now, NASDAQ though were down twenty four points, we've had a few NASDAQ earnings NASDAQ related earnings that are causing that another big report today the March retail sales numbers fly by. Estimates. Now, I want you to once again, I'm going to give the analogy of the mighty Mississippi River all the tributaries that flow into the mighty Mississippi River, I think the Mississippi is a very good analogy for the US economy. You wanna flowing you want moving? You don't want it stagnant. You don't want going backwards. Do you? Well, all those tributaries that feed into the mighty Mississippi or the US economy are things like initial jobless claims which reported every Thursday. The monthly retail sales numbers, which help us gauge the strength of the consumer which the consumer is about eighty percent of the economy. We looked at things like PM, and we look at things like CPI which measures inflation. We look at things like the jobs report, how many jobs were created all of these are tributaries and streams that flow into the mighty Mississippi and help us gauge the the swiftness of the current thereof in the us economy. No, I listen to an entire interview this morning with Jamie diamond CEO of J P Morgan Bank. Let me just say something that guy is sharp. One of the sharpest minds I've ever listened to he talks so fast and his mind move so quickly. It's almost hard to keep up with them. But he's a brilliant guy. And he was asked once again by Maria badeah Romo was interviewing him, Jamie. Do you see any signs of a US recession out there on the horizon? She's talking the next one to two years. All right. And this comes from somebody you talk about boots on the ground. Okay. Sometimes not only does he have boots. He has hit boot. Sometimes he has chest waders. He's deep into the US economy at once again, Jamie diamond reiterated that he does not at the current time. See any prospects or a recession looming out there on the horizon. And that's why I continue to say that the sun continues to to to shine on the markets. Oh, not every day. Not every week not every month. But I want you to plot to dots. This is from geometry one, right? I remember my geometry teacher point. Loma school Hazel gets off. She was about eighty three years old she'd been teaching geometry for seventy three of those years right there point Loma high school. But I still remember plotting to dots. What do we call? The the connection of two dots. We call that a line. All right. I want you to plot six hundred and sixty seven okay on the left and on the right? I want you to plot two thousand nine hundred and connect those dots, and which way is the slope. Well, that's another one. Remember, the slope the slope of that line? That is created the slope of that line is. Up to sidedly up. The market remains in a primary up for that is the definition of a bull market now along the way there's lots of secondary trends within that primary trend, but the primary trend is still up meaning the bowl market is still in place. In fact, we're getting very very very very close to exceeding that Tober high of last year. Which will then we can absolutely say that we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the bowl back on Mark seven. But what we're concerned with now. And what I am highly focused on on a daily basis is monitoring that bull market no different than the last ten years. I'm a guy who's been right for ten years. And I still see another couple of years in this thing that could change we're getting earnings every single day. We're getting economic reports every single day. But from what I see now. People that want to grow their money because when the sun stopped shining. You're not going to be able to grow your money. You're going to have to you have to put the harvest over on the sidelines. Protect rbis. But it's still a good time to be harvesting in your 4._0._1._K's, your IRA's your college funds yet. Like, I say when I was in Dallas, I talked to a whole lot of folks that have been on the sidelines. Some of them for years and have missed out on this growth opportunity. And they say why should I get in? Now, it's been going for ten years. Like, I say I've heard that argument for the last ten years every single year. I've heard that argument. Well, I believe that you have to have growth with vigilance and vigilance is the name of the game along with this Bill gunnison. We'll be right back. Are you a die hard? Do it. Yourself investor Bill Anderson makes the tools that he developed professionally managed money available to you. I invented the best docs now, which gives you relative performance valuations where possible and Mike proprietary ranking almost five thousand stocks mutual funds..

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Welcome back here. The second quarter of the best stocks now radio hour, we've lost about one hundred points out of the rally since we started the show Jerome Powell is now speaking in Atlanta, he's speaking why? And it's being broadcast on the FOX business channel. I don't know about CNBC the Dow was up four fifty four sixty s now up about three sixty. So we will continue to watch today's action. Well, okay, what has set the market on fire today after after a fire alarm blaring fire alarm on yesterday with people fleeing the theater like crazy. Well, it happened overnight. That's where it began China cut the banks their banks reserve ratio to boost liquidity. China's central Bank is cutting the amount of cash that lenders must hold in reserve, you see this frees up cash to go into the economy by one percentage point effectively releasing cash into the economy of China to support growth, and of course, that's another big bugaboo in the market right now, the slowing growth in China, which has been quite dramatic here recently. So anyways, that's where it all started overnight, the central Bank, cutting the amount of cash that lenders must hold on reserves by one percentage point, and again that releases cash into the economy to support growth, well since then we have had our monthly non farm payrolls report our backup four sixty. We've this gained back that hundred we lost pass the dramamine, please. Payrolls or three hundred and twelve thousand in December. The unemployment rate goes up a little bit to three point nine percent. That's as good of a jobs report as you could possibly want their and well now, we've got Powell saying that he will be patient. He mentioned the word patient and the market quickly regain the hundred points that loss be careful. With those words Jerome he's now, the market's up four ninety six it's a crazy crazy market with every breath. It comes out of Jerome Powell mouth the market reacting one way or another well, anyways, let's go to the the the nonfarm payrolls for today. Three hundred and twelve thousand what was the consensus one hundred and seventy eight thousand no other way to put it than a blowout jobs report. That's both good news. And it's bad news on the good side the economy at least from the job. Cbs market not manufacturing which was very weak yesterday. But from the jobs market point of view, it seems to be still fairly a fairly robust jobs market. But will this lead the fed to further rate hikes in two thousand and nineteen only time will tell economists are saying well, this really puts the fed into a box. On the one hand. This is the strongest payroll regret growth since February two thousand eighteen and on the other hand, we've got an eye manufacturing index that came in very weak and an unemployment rate that went up a little bit. This puts the fed and a bit of a box. They're certainly looking at the route that's taken place in the markets, and they might like to pause or end the rate hike cycle. But today's strong data very strong data. Now puts them in a box which way should they turn right now. The market is betting that the fed is going to back off from their interest rate hikes. You know, another thing that I'm seeing starting to show up inflation expectations. I watched an interview with. With Alan Greenspan. He was on with Maria badeah Romo a couple of weeks back, and he used a word that we haven't heard for quite some time the word stag flation where you get an economy. That's barely growing and you get inflation. Now, that's not a good combination. And I've seen some of the inflationary indicator such as you could take a look at the tips bonds, those are treasuries that are protected for inflation. Now, they would be a very good investment in a rising interest rate environment or not so much a rising into an environment. Where interest rates remained the same? Or even went down and inflation picked up and I've seen the tips that ETF the symbol tip. It's gone from one hundred eight to one hundred and ten over the last two months. So that's about. Got a two percent move. In tips. Tips are just one indicator out of out there. Of inflation expectations. And we have seen a pretty bold move in tip. The tip ETF recently the other biggest indicator. For inflation is precious metals gold. Gold has also been moving up here. Recently gold has made about a six or seven percent move since late December so gold could also be seeing inflation down the road or now five hundred seventy six points in the market on comments coming from Jerome Powell, which included the word patient on interest rate hikes. The global markets do overnight after America's big route yesterday. Well, China was up two percent. Japan down two point three percent. India a half a percent and Europe up a little bit. There's also some news out there. Which are seems to be every day. China's commerce ministry announced that vice ministerial level trade talks with the US would be held on January seventh through January eight that's what Monday and Tuesday. I want to say as the two sides look to end a bruising dispute, so that also is helping the markets today. What what a difference one day makes in the meantime candidate content or a China continues to grab Canadian citizens after Canada arrested the wall way CFO Mangwazu thirteen Canadian citizens have now been detained by amazing all the weapons that are used in a trade war. Nabbing Canadians part of the trade war taking place, a bruising trade war. I think that's the correct word for it between the US and China Japan. Dan continues to slide into a bear market. I was looking at a chart of the Japan. The Nikkei e w j is an ETF the tracks Japan that thing just continues to slide Japan is now in bear market territory. Meanwhile, we've got a new congress. What did what what did the who say what did Pete Townsend saying as song meet the new boss same as the old boss? Well, it looks to me like they're going to pick up right where they left off not being able to get along not being able to to get anything done. They both fold their arms as they. Nope. Nope. Nope. And meanwhile, the government shutdown.

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on No Agenda

"Here's the entire reason for the report as the signal now is, hey, Russia. He doesn't matter who you try to buy because we'll just match your offer. What who'll onto, say, let's go back there laundering money. The FBI is what it sounds like. Yeah, but he he took. He says, he took the money to the f. b. i. and they gave him cashback. Yeah. What was the form of money? The Russians were paying pigs bitcoin. I don't know. I think it's relevant. It's relevant. Wasn't a check, but the GR you that what's happening is there. It's the same process as money laundering, but I think it's also a message like. Yeah, I get the message part. I don't get his explanation, doesn't it? He what he's telling me doesn't make any sense at all, but okay, eligible for them. And I was now within their network. Jamali was actually a double agent working for the FBI counterintelligence division. Will you being paid by the Russians for this information? What I said to the Russians, I just want money, short answer, Dave. Is that? Yeah, they were paying me and what I do with that money was take it, give it to the FBI who then give me the same exact amount in cash back. Yes. So it sounds like it was an online tries transaction and then he got cash. What a gig. So I'm happy to say that not only were able to beat the Russians, but they were actually funding our efforts against them. Seattle is not immune to Russian espionage. FBI investigators tell me they kept a close watch on the now a Victor, Russian diplomats working at the consulate in Madison park. And as we first reported two years ago, the Russians have been attempting to infiltrate some of our biggest employers, including Boeing Amazon and Microsoft, whatever they can do to gain an advantage. It happens every single day espionage happening, yes. As Maria Boutin works. Our Justice system, there are more alleged spies behind her including some keeping a close watch on the Pacific, northwest. I know there are even though the consulate here has been closed, I have no doubt that there was a network that supported that intelligence collection efforts that relied on non uniform non dip. Matic cover personnel, and I very much believe that that network would stay in place here. Yeah. Good old. Seattle filled with Reuss case. Hot ones, hot Rosie's, really not hot, but she she knows how to carry yourself and she was sleeping with people like for information, you know, some woman wants to go out and start sleeping with people randomly by Scott to be a spy. I think she gets. She probably me if you people. Yeah. What's her name? She's sleeping with everybody. She sleeping with everybody. What's your phone number. Then we see, oh yes, Browder now has to defend his reputation after Vladimir Putin. He has a reputation, I guess. I guess he's got something to defend. And when you need to go defend your reputation as a right winger, where do you go. To the money, Honey, you go to Maria badeah Romo or in this case. Moreover, Maria, would you blow me about that? Because I just briefly go through your story at one point, you were the Lee, one of the leading investors in Russia, you own a lot of Russian companies, Russian stocks and your army Taj capital fund. You were living between Moscow and London. You were traveling back and forth all the time when you were became aware of corruption going on all of stealing money from Russia. What does corruption going on? What am I doing here in Russia right after the union collapsed. I don't understand company. You want to go ahead. It's so stupid. I mean, you don't even go to Russia for the first time without being told without images, reams of information about the corruption in Russia where not to go or the fall of communism and it got worse after. All of a sudden out of the blue is what he was a legitimate businessman doing this doing legitimate business in Russia way..

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Adult film star stormy daniels telling her side of the story about having a sexual relationship with president donald trump back in two thousand two thousand rather six dangles saying the sex they had was consensual but also tells cbs is sixty minutes back in twenty eleven a man approached her and told her to quote leave trump alone forget the story unquote while she was with her infant daughter in las vegas i was rattled i remember going into the workout class and my hands are shaking so much i was afraid i was gonna drop her daniels real name is stephanie clifford she admits taking one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment not to tell her story the president denying any affair with ganga's no official statement yet from the white house on the daniels interview the nationwide average gas price on the rise again over the past couple of weeks now to sixty six a gallon for regular seven sent jumping oil prices are usually about half the retail gasoline price they get to decide they are the biggest factor in what happens to the retail price industry analyst trilby lundberg with the lundberg survey in the lower forty eight states saint louis had the cheapest gas to twenty two gallon for regular san francisco the highest at three fifty four count south carolina gop senator lindsey graham among those cheering president trump's choice a former un ambassador john bolton to be the next national security adviser especially with north korea's nuclear program a top concerns john bolton sees their nuclear program is a threat to the united states and we'll strongly advise the president as military force if he has to which means this less likely we will when it comes to the iran deal john bolts been the biggest critic of the iran deal is a terrible deal on fox's sunday morning futures with maria badeah romo critic saying bolton is too much of a hawk at the movie box office pacific rim uprising dethroning black panther after six weeks with about twenty eight million dollars in ticket sales fox news.

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Adult film star stormy daniels telling her side of the story about having a sexual relationship with president donald trump back in twenty two thousand rather six dangles saying the sex they had was consensual but also tells is sixty minutes back in twenty eleven a man approached her and told her to quote leave trump alone forget the story unquote while she was with her infant daughter in las vegas i was rattled i remember going into the workout class and my hands are shaking so much i was afraid i was going to drop her annuals real name is stephanie clifford she admits taking a one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment not to tell her story the president denying any affair with gandules no ficials statement from the white house on the daniels interview the nationwide average gas price on the rise again over the past couple of weeks now to sixty six a gallon for regular seven cent jump into oil prices are usually about half the retail gasoline price they get to decide they are the biggest factor in what happens to the retail price industry analyst trilby lundberg with the lundberg survey in the lower forty eight states saint louis had the cheapest gas to twenty two a gallon for regular san francisco the highest three fifty four count south carolina gop senator lindsey graham among those cheering president trump's choice a former un ambassador john bolton to be the next national security adviser especially with north korea's nuclear program but top concerns john bolton sees their nuclear program is a threat to the united states and we'll strongly advise the president dis military force if he has to which means this less likely we will when it comes to the iran deal john bolton has been the biggest critic of the iran deal is a terrible deal on fox's sunday morning futures with maria badeah romo critics saying bolton is too much of a hawk at the movie box office pacific rim uprising dethroning black panther after six weeks with about twenty eight million dollars in ticket sales fox news.

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"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"maria badeah romo" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To thirtyseven friday a mix of sun and clouds heireann sixty low forty five saturday mostly the partly cloudy a stray light shower possible afternoon or evening high seventy low fifty five on sunday mostly cloudy a fifty percent chance of a light shower high ron sixty two and a low around forty forty two degrees on peachtree street at four o eight i'm mark alewine news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb depend on it tells the absolute truth and clear up any misconceptions you tells it like it is and i believe i can get the truth from him instead of irma jane solutions for america nia your host herman cain thank you for joining us because you know we are going to tell you the truth give you the facts because we want you to be better informed and inspired to help make this a better united states of america thank you for joining us the austin bomber it turns out that officials near austin texas gave an update on syria bombing suspect who was killed by one of his own bombs yesterday special agent in charge fred millan ascii but the houston field division of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms says some of the items found in the home consistent with the suspects bomb signature we're looking at associates that the subject might have had to make sure this is singular nature and there on other people that knew about this and it went on to say that they know it's him i know to the public they may look different but when you look at the internal components they're very similar to us into from laboratory analysis we know that it's the same person who manufactured the bad news is two people are dead and several injured and the good news is they found the bomber and he blew himself up second big thing you need to know duly taras united states of america and china i was on maria badeah romo's show this morning on fox business channel and she had a panel there and they were going back and forth and about the.

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