27 Burst results for "Maria Bartiromo"
Fresh update on "maria bartiromo" discussed on Tom Sullivan
"Thank you Coming by. So President Biden is signing all kinds of executive orders today about getting covert rolled out in a big way. You can follow me on Twitter at some oven radio, Mike Thompson says. I'm happy Amazon is reaching out to the new admin. Why haven't we heard about this sooner? Did they reach out to the previous admin? Or were they sitting on their hands until their chosen candidate was sworn in? It's campaign donation pay back but might be worth it. I don't know if they're reached out before or not. I have no idea, but I mean it just That makes you wonder about that guy. That was Dr Slowly. That's no longer there. He was in charge of Operation Warp speed. I'm glad they got the thing you know, approved. And given the FDA a blessing and record time, but You got to think. Okay, then what do we do? Take 55295 66 100 Vince in Fort Pierce, Florida. Hello, Vince. How you doing? You know what, you really This is a really good topic of lead. You brought it up. Thank you. Just while I was on hold I was listening to the news and you can hear exactly what the problem is. When government gets involved in this stuff. First thing I hear is while you know the people of color have to have more access, you know, Don't Biden saying that signing all these executive orders and you had a guy talking about? Amazon. Amazon never volunteered. I heard a doctor on. I think he was not Maria Bartiromo last week, and he said This is all ridiculous. He goes. He got Prince Andrew Cuomo up there in New York. You know, coming up with all kinds of restrictions $100,000 fine there. He wants direct access from the drug companies, and he'll never be able to deliver it. He'll have appointments, you know who did it and did it. Well, CBS last year they did something like 150. Million flu shots. This is the flu shot. Yes. No big deal. You got TVs here in Florida. The governor has given it to Publix. You can't You don't have the facilities in the state. Local government. You don't have the people, you know. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, so Publix is a grocery store, right? Yeah, but they do it. They do a really have a big pharmacy place in OK, one of those. Are there lot of groceries on that side and pharmacy stuff on the other side, Okay in Florida. From the jersey but they're big down here with. Yeah, I've heard of him. Sure. I've been here a few, and but I mean with drugs, and they give a lot of drugs out free just to get people have done there like if you need a Like an anti biotic and get your doctor gives you don't give it to you free just to keep you going to public, But you know they're reinventing the wheel. He got all these executive just make it real simple. And I think what Trump did and what he would have done now are two different things that Trump Was still in office. I think it would have been streamlined because he would have used private industry and Amazon never volunteered until now and see if he has had and you've never heard about it because they don't want TVs because it's too easy. They wanna complicated Starbucks. What in the world of the Starbucks know about giving out vaccine? I mean, at least do it with somebody that has experienced giving out a flu shot, and it's real simple. Walgreens. I think it was almost 150 million that CBS did well, their stores all over the country. They have. There was all kinds of stories as we were waiting right down to the last few days before the FDA was whether they were going to approve it or not. We knew they would, but I saw interviews galore. With people at CVS, then not just you know the local farmers. I'm talking about the guy CVS headquarters who talked about how many people they had staged. And I think it was 30,000. CVS employees that can give shots. And and they were staged and ready to go. Wal Mart also their pharmacy and Walgreens. Those are the three and those are the three biggies. I haven't heard anything since other than they apparently contract ID at Walgreens to go to nursing homes. And I think that's how they got the shots into the nursing homes. But this was we're now five weeks after the approval of this thing by now, they should have been to every nursing home three times. I mean, if you look at me, you're in New York. It's worst of anywhere. The distribution is never gonna happen in New York. If the city in the state are involved in it, and and I'll tell you your your last email that you just read. Hit the nail on the head. This is all you don't hear about TVs anymore to this political For whatever reason. I don't know what side of the aisle. You know, CBS is Right. It doesn't matter because these people now they're going to manage this thing for their own good. Andrew Cuomo, Prince Andrew up there. He's not worried about, you know, managing it for the efficiency. He wants to make himself look good, so he could write another book about how he delivered the vaccine in record time. I mean, it's insane. Yes. I'm glad you brought up that government should not be dealing with this. This is not their expertise. So you make. So can you imagine Vince? That you make a great product. You make widgets and they're very popular. And so you go. I'll tell you what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna let you see. I'm gonna bring these down to the government and have them handle The sales of my product. You're not going to do that. Let me say one more thing about the virus. I have traveled all over the world of an airline pilot in the last year. I'm still I've been to China. Milan. I've never had it my son. He's in the merchant Marines. He was going out and I met with him The beginning of the month. He got it. He had it for like, and I was with him the whole time, and I never got it. My wife never got it. And because they quarantine them before they go on the ship. So he was quarantined in Norfolk, and he ended up getting it. How did he mild symptoms? How did how did he get it? Does you know the hotel? They have been a hotel and No, they don't know they did tracing and all that because they're all basically a quarantine environment. And he got it. He had very mild symptoms He tested tested positive and then I had no symptoms. Nothing for the you know, so it's been more than two weeks so I don't have toe. 14 anymore, but I've never had it. I've been all over you can everywhere in the world have been the China Hong Kong, Japan, Europe. I never got it and I don't I never, you know, so I'm not going to get the vaccine. And I'm not sure they really know how contagious this is. And I'm not sure you know what the effects are, but they're not sure. Well with they they don't know They don't know an awful lot about it that they will admit that but it may be and this gets down, You know, they're guessing. Well, what's your blood type? What about what about a didna thing? What I mean, how come Well, you haven't gotten it, but other people that are was in close contact with my son. My wife was in close contact. I mean, we hugged him, You know? Hello and goodbye and I never got it. And my wife never got it. And you know, I don't know. I have one of my one of my boys is an airline pilot. He was telling me the other day, he said. Oh, yeah, he says, we're on the list. Transportation so I mean, you know, I'm not trying to denigrate being in your life because bus driver bus drivers, Uh, airline pilots, and all of you are aren't on the list now forgetting you're getting your vaccine. Anybody in transportation. I don't think it's that urgent for me. I mean, I'm so far from people were in Congress going to say I mean, built in there, the bus driver you get on and your face to face with the bus driver. You guys can pretty much closed the door and, uh oh, yeah..
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"As you call it out. Maria Bartiromo and Sean Hinge on Hannity. Tucker Carlson on those guys. Well, if he wasn't Shepard Smith Woz Shepard Smith, who was over at CNBC now doesn't our long news show, you know, like he used to do on Fox on he was being interviewed about what it was like over at Fox. And what bothered him. I feel the same way about that. Now that I did then And my goal was to just keep the blinders on and do my job to the best of my ability. And was I I am always concerned when people want opine all you like, but if you're going to a pine begin with the truth and opine from there. And it's that that deviation from that that has has caused me the greatest concern, and I and I believe that when people begin with a false premise and lead people astray that's in jury is to society and it's the And it's the antithesis of what we should be doing. Those of us who are so honored and grateful to have a platform of influence have to use it for the public Good and I slept very well. I don't know how some people sleep at night because I know that there are a lot of people who who have propagated the lies and have pushed them forward over and over again, who are smart enough and educated enough to know better e don't know how they sleep at night over there. What's going on in Fox? There's anyway. Before the inauguration today, Ari Fleischer. He was a former press secretary with me. Yeah, and he was ruminating about the President Donald Trump Not being there. I also want to say, I think.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"When it is being circulated. But what? It's time to make these points in federal court Giuliani and they're running away from this stuff. They're not even presenting it because they know what do you call this? You? You call this a deception? Of astronomical means it is crazy, and I'm not just sit here and stand for it. Want bonified proof? You give me proof. I will be the loudest champion of any degree of election fraud that can be proved that had any chance of altering this election. Give me the proof, but to make unsubstantiated claims that Z crazy Give me the proof. Show me Where this election was stolen off. There was widespread, massive fraud. Give me the proof, and you will not have a louder voice in support of President Trump and the election of 2020. But there's no proof and you're not going to get any proof. I just I don't know what the charade is. I don't know what the end game is. And that's what's really perplexing me unless it's just about chaos. It's just about ego. And the egos number one on the chaos. That ensues is just well, A tough noogies byproduct. Is that what's going on here? So we have this nearly hour long interview with Maria Bartiromo, and she was acting like she was one of the trump kids interviewing the president. She was acting more like a cheerleader, then. The name of your or a journalist. I don't know what happened to Maria Bartiromo, but it's almost like she, Alou Dobbs. They drank that crazy juice together. I can't explain it. I just I don't know what happened. But Bartiromo never challenged any of the unfounded claims again. You give me proof of these claims, and Mr President, you will have a loud dude in me Schmidt on this microphone on a daily basis. We're weeks and weeks passed and there's just no proof of anything. So Barbara will never challenged anything. Not even when the president casually seemed to implicate his own FBI and Department of Justice. Under Bill Bar. Insinuating the fees agencies within his own administration were complicit in widespread voter fraud. It's being suggested. Not healthy for this country. You've shown me the fraud. And I'm gonna jump on top of this microphone. I'm gonna do handstands trying to get the message out. So what did the president say? Well, I got some audio. This is from Fox business yesterday morning with Maria Bartiromo. Dead people were in some cases. In many, many cases, thousands of cases voted. But also dead people made application to vote. They were dead 10 years 15 years and they actually made application. This is a total fraud. And how the FBI and Department of Justice I don't know. Maybe they're involved. How people are allowed to get away from this time with this stuff is unbelievable. This election was rigged this election. Was a total fraud and it continues to be as they hide and the problem we have we go to judges and people don't want the problem is is that when they go to judges, these allegations are not being brought. For the most part before these federal judges, the Philadelphia case or the I should say correction. The Pennsylvania case before the federal judge is a classic example. Rudy Giuliani. And surrogates is saying one thing tow us and to the media and to the people, but there's they're completely doing something different when they're in federal court. And they're not making these claims. They're not. They don't have proof. They're not presenting these claims. So what is What is the endgame? I'm trying to figure this out. But again, you know, with President Trump going after the FBI, the D O J. This is new to get involved. The media doesn't even want to cover it. I mean, you're doing something you're actually very brave because you're doing something. The media doesn't want to talk about. All right. So the president is calling Maria Bartiromo very brave for what she was doing. But with the president making the allegations against the Department of Justice, that's something that regarding his election that he hadn't done before hadn't gone there. Before yesterday, trying to implicate the FBI and the DOJ in complicity or outright fraud or aiding and abetting in the greatest election, fraud of all time and what he claims. But again, there is no proof at all. And it's the latest sign. That the president we all know has a massive ego but he just can't seem to let go. So let me ask you a question. Do you want me? Oh, Sit behind this microphone and And prop this stuff up. I can't. I was hoping that we would have a second trump term because of Biden administration with Kamila Harris. It deeply disturbs me, and I think it's extremely problematic for this country. With their policies and what they're going to try to shove down our throats. It's a big, huge problem. Just cause I don't want Biden and Kamala Harris. And I wanted the bulk of the trump policies to continue. It doesn't mean that I can sit here and lie to you and subscribe to and push these baseless conspiracy and fraud claims. I can't do it. Without proof, or we're gonna get proof. We're not We're not. So is that an act of desperation? Is it the final throes of not being able to have an ego? Let go? I think all of the above is possible here and again, the courts. Continue to certify or the courts continue to reject these allegations. You have states continuing to certify these elections. The courts are throwing this lawsuit's out because there's no evidence. What did you be throwing serious evidence? As as we are folks a month and a half away now from Biden becoming the 46 president. Don't you think at some point here kind of quickly, they'd be throwing the evidence. At the federal courts to prove If there's absolute fraud, Of course they would be, but it's just not there. Smearing the FBI and the DOJ with wild conspiracies. I think he's dangerous. Not good for us and second for our country..
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"I mean, that would that would be extraordinary. If it happened. I don't think it will. The president's not going to be the president come January 20th, but he seems to be the last one to get the memo. The interview you mentioned on Fox yesterday with Maria Bartiromo. I mean, she was a highly acclaimed journalist. I remember her in the New York Stock Exchange floor, the first woman to report from the floor and she's forcing these CEOs to tell the truth. She began that interview yesterday by saying to the president, the facts are on your side. And if you only watch Fox, I tend to watch across the spectrum. Get my news from a number of sources. I know you do if you only watch Fox. You're only getting one side of it. And as you say, no challenging questions. It's just shocking that she's gone in that direction to me. We'll see. Even more shocking. Is that on Fox News, literally two hours after this Extraordinary miscarriage of journalism happened with her asking not one single tough question or follow up simply letting the president Give this torrent of untruth for 45 minutes. On on her own network and anchor came on and debunked every one of the things that, the president said, and basically called out his colleague Maria Bartiromo for journalistic malpractice. I mean, it's really stunning that someplace purports to be a news network would allow this to happen. So let me correct or alter what I just said. Apparently, viewers of Fox got the other side of it from another anchor. I wasn't aware that interview Yeah, that happened. That happened a couple hours afterwards. But she is a very big phone shot. A lot of people watching us and, uh, that with some of the prime time lineup of folks who have been apologist for things that are simply not true, coming out of not only Justice administration, but Other politicians is it's extraordinary. I mean there, Sean Hannity. Promoted a completely false narrative that some Democratic young man who was murdered on Capitol Hill. I can't rich. I think his name that can't remember saying I'm sorry. Hey, was murdered of in what appeared, according to all police sources was a robbery, and they made it sound like the person was murdered because he knew something about Hillary Clinton or something. And they were trying to keep quiet and Sean Hannity put this on the air repeatedly until his network made him stop. And they had to finally make a financial settlement with the parents for distress and for slander, because it simply wasn't true. And this is stuff that's going on a major news network, and it's it's extraordinary. Equally is extraordinary is the fact that Rudy Giuliani, the president's personal attorney, and campaign adviser, Jenna Ellis, are in Arizona today. Seemingly for another so called legislative hearing on the election, But in fact, it's some Republicans in a hotel hotel room hearing from these two on the very day as you just heard in our newscast, Andy Arizona has certified the election result there. I mean, Yeah, there's this is it's almost like the Republican version of Oprah where Giuliani is the guest and he comes in there and he He says, a lot of stuff and he brings people up there. Tol aim things that they can't seem to get into court because the judges say there's no substantiation to it. On. They try to put it on the public forum and the people that are carrying this stuff for putting it out are the same news outlets that seemed to cater to the president's winds and try toe. Placate him. There are no major news that works putting any of this stuff up because we try to put stuff up. That's truer or verifiable or confirmed, and none of the stuff that they're talking about. Is any of that. We simply can't confirm that they haven't provided evidence They haven't said. Here's the machine. Here's the chip. Here's something that switched all the votes to President Trump that just claiming it. The president said something that 75% 79% of Republicans think the election was a fraud. Well, I could tell you that 100% of kids under five Think Santa Claus is a girl and most adults do too. It doesn't make it so it just get the point. Yeah, we should also say We should also say that the partial recount in Wisconsin that can't the Trump campaign and his donors paid for three million bucks got Joe Biden 87 more votes. Those air exactly Well, yeah, that was an expensive recount and There are Republican donors now, especially to the Trump campaign, who are suing to get their money back saying You have taken our money and thrown it out by doing some really I'm kind of silly and useless things with it, And so there's something that their money back. So you mentioned the Supreme Court and from what I've read across several lines today, the chances of any of this reaching that level in the court doesn't even have to take it up if it doesn't want it. Are are very slight. But is there any indication that the end is in sight in any way from this president's point of view? Yeah. December 14th. That's the day that all of these electors come to Washington and cast their votes. I don't know They're gonna do it virtually this year because the cove it but they will. Basically you know it Z something No one ever pays attention to it any other election because no one's ever Give it up this much attention. And it's kind of a rubber stamp of yes, the use of the electors. Joe Biden got 306. I think electoral votes tow the president's 200 something And then that goes to another formality where they voted a session of Congress and it's completely certified. I think sometime in January, but after December 14th there are no more options. S o. I'm not quite sure what the president seems to be doing. We should point out that those 306 electoral votes said Biden got Ironically, the very same number of the Trump got last time and that was considered a landslide by his people. Yeah, it was considered a landslide by him. It's important. Remember that the president in the last election did did not have a mandate, even though he did win the 306 electoral votes, which seems like a lot of votes. The fact is, Hillary Clinton won three million more popular votes. It's only I think the second time in U. S history that's happened. The last time was with Al Gore or Bush. Yeah, that he won more popular votes, but because of the way our system is set up, you know the popular vote doesn't matter as much as winning in the right states because more than some of the more popular states including California in New York Have a lot of electoral votes, but you need places like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan. You collect all those things. And if you win in those states, you win the presidency even though you've won more popular votes. There a lot of folks who have been campaigning very hard to get rid of that. But I think that requires a constitutional amendment. And if it does, you're gonna have states like South Dakota, North Dakota and some of the less popular populist states that have a lot more power in the electoral college. To say now we're not gonna do that. So that's gonna be very hard thing to overturn ABC Sandy Field, the latest from our nation's capital, which is if you missed most of the interview, pretty much what we've been talking about for the last two weeks. Andy, Thank you so much. Thank you. Paul..
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Time doing some great stuff there By the way of you know the President interview with Maria Bartiromo, which we talked a little bit earlier. Yeah. I got a lot of interesting reaction Bruce from folks in my family. I got friends that were texting and e mailing me or it's over. It's over. Saying that the president did not sound confident. In the interview with Maria Bartiromo that he doubted whether or not the case could get to the Supreme Court that he had made some references that you know that put himself in the past tense or whatever the case may be, and let me tell you, my take on My take on the president yesterday. There's a twofold strategy going on right now, actually, well, it's a strategy within the strategy. This was a media strategy by the president. This is first for enemy so he has to begin once again, building public opinion to get the public prepared for when this election is overturned. Because, as we all know, there's gonna be probably a lot of people upset on. There might even be violence in the streets, so he's gotta build that public opinion. He's got to continue to Make his case in the media wherever he can. On already. That's bearing fruit. We said earlier in the mag update. Two thirds of Americans are behind him in the recounts and vast majority. Three quarters of Republicans think the election was stolen. One third of Democrats Think the electricity so this was a media strategy. Legal strategy continues today in Arizona, with Rudy and Jenna. They're they're taking the one fork in the road, the other fork in the road cause I think Jenna and Rudy are going toe are due in Pennsylvania. They're doing. Arizona and perhaps Nevada, where there's an evidentiary hearing on Friday. Michigan. And Georgia don't know about Wisconsin it But Michigan and Georgia seemed to be Sydney Powell's domain. And that's when she were released. In fact, Rudy said, great to Greg Kelly Saturday night I watched this interview He said. Quote. The public has only a small idea of the kind of evidence we have and of quote. They haven't been allowed to present it. Yeah. In any court. Every single one of these suits has been dismissed with prejudice. Meaning you don't get an evidentiary hearing. You don't get discovery. You get nothing. You get squat. And and that seems to be the what most of the judges air doing so it's gonna have to go to the Supreme Court. And I think that's where you'll find and I think I think they will take up this case. But this is this is got sick national significance. You can't have this amount of skepticism. Doubt, disbelief and mistrust in our electoral process. You can't let it stand. So there's a very legitimate case on equal protection if you have various jurisdictions within any individual state. Who's availability to vote, whose ability of availability, quote cure their ballots is different than you're not giving the equal protection of the law. Do those people in those counties or jurisdictions where you can't do that? S O. I think there's ah solid constitutional case on that front to bring forward But I think no matter what happened, Shawn, I think they're exposing this kind of rot is like, you know, peeling back the vinyl you have on the outside of the house and seeing that you have termites and all the wood. Why do you think that the biggest legal problem Here for the president's team. And this was the insidious evil scheme on mail in ballots. You have that security envelope that they signed on the outside those were discarded. Yeah, that those should have been kept with the ballot somehow, or some kind of record bar coded with us or something. But now that they've been discarded, how do you match that ballot with? How do you invalidate ballots? I mean, that's the dilemma that they're gonna have here if only there were some way of attaching two pieces of paper. Some way you could with a machine that you have put like little pieces of metal through and fold them over. But they will hold those to keep you safe papers. They won't scan you Can't you can't put statement papers through the scanners..
Trump cites "glitches" in new election fraud claims
"President Donald Trump is doubling down on election fraud allegations. Trump talked with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News Sunday morning futures about issues with the Dominion voting Machines glitches. You know what a glitches that glitch is supposed to be? One of machine breaks down? Well, now we had glitches where they move thousands of votes from my account to Biden's account. President Trump vows that he will not stop fighting to uphold the integrity of the American election
Trump Doubles Down On Election Fraud Claim
"Election was the biggest voting scandal in American history. So says President Trump election was rigged. This election. Was a total fraud and it continues to be as they hide and the problem we have we go to judges and people don't want to get involved. The media doesn't even want to cover it. The president in his first full length interview since election Day with Fox is Maria Bartiromo, with
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And make it much more expensive to travel to make things to use any energy, our economy that hits everybody and also. Business. Taxes are paid by workers. This is the research that even the Obama Administration as we point out in the book in the in their economic report of the president. Realized is you burdens on business and the result is lower wages and it's been Joan. In our country in countries all around the world. For years in lots of studies done by Kevin acid before he went to work at the White House so so the the idea that you can crush. Employers and employees will be fine. Is kind of the fantasy in the heart of the Biden Economic Program. The other aspect of this you guys cover I think in chapter nine, which is, is it biden comics that is coming burning onyx I'm paraphrasing here from the best memory I have here either of you could take this in the couple of minutes we have remaining is Biden AMEX turning out to be burning comics chapter nine Maria. Do you WanNa talk about how Bernie Sanders agenda is really going to be running the government if Joe? Biden wins yeah I mean they came up with a unity task force in a unity tasks statement to talk about where the priorities were and that meant redoing energy redoing education redoing healthcare and I think you know as as We saw Joe Biden moves closer to Bernie. It became clear that what he was trying to do was addressed Bernie, rose and address the far left progressive and that's where he has been. He has been driven over the last year or even more in terms of his agenda being much more progressive than what people call him a moderate. He's really not a moderate and Kamla Harris is not a moderate either and so these are very expensive big government programs, socialistic programs. And I think it's GonNa be hard for him to not implement some of these promises in these agreements that he has with Bernie Sanders because what people are expecting is Elizabeth Warren to have a very important voice in the Cabinet Bernie Sanders to have a very important point. In fact, I understand that they're talking about if the Democrats take the Senate that Bernie Sanders will become the chairman of the budget committee whereas Lindsey Graham would get it if the Republicans are there. Bernie Sanders budget is GonNa look much different than Lindsey, Graham's. So we have to understand what that means in terms of the allocation of taxpayer money toward more things like climate change the environment renewables, big healthcare plans, James. What do you think? Do you think that right now he's there or he's just saying he's there and then he won't implemented. To implement it and journey say, no, you know arm-in-arm I'm singing to writing about There's there's a consensus among some investors that..
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Maria I WANNA ask you about chapter five time and Beijing A. You start the chapter with a very fun story regarding Kobe Bryant and the National Basketball Association and you connect it with the Chinese. Communist Party can you take our listeners and viewers through the story? I thought it was really attention grabbing its chapter five here boomtime in Beijing. Tells an important point. Well, we begin the chapter there with Jing. Ping Visiting one of the NBA Games and he was basically given the red carpet and you know Lebron James came down and shook his hand and then the mayor of Los Angeles came down and gave him a Jersey with his name on it and you know he was sort of the big deal in the stadium that day because the NBA had pretty much set up shop in China and they were incredible as you know. Basketball players, were you know a big news in America and the NBA was big news in China and the partnership was growing and growing and I think that was an important point to make because that was a moment in time where people believe that China was going to be the growth story of tomorrow and the NBA's here operating in China and rolling out the red carpet version pink and ignoring some of the real glaring. Situations that have occurred in Communist China, and as we take you through the next two chapters boomtime in Beijing in the next one is wide open or trying to tell a story of Yes for forty years we were the world was looking at China and thinking that each China would open up and be accessible for certainly the United States in the rest of the world and we had this assumption that when President Nixon I went to China that we would. Be Able to work side by side and have free trade and have real relations between the two countries and China would eventually see. Okay. Democracy is good and freedom works here, and maybe we'll move a little more to the middle. Unfortunately that is not what happened at all and it has in fact gone the opposite way whereas now China has become more ingrid than ever before and the Chinese. Communist. Party has become more aggressive than before so as you read through Chapter five and seeing Beijing and the Chinese business opportunities clearly, and that's the way global companies we're seeing it..
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Was actually struck just the other day watching sixty minutes and Leslie stall saying that she couldn't verify that Donald trump was spied on I mean in October of twenty twenty for you to say, you cannot verify this. You know. I. Can understand it if you didn't believe in sixteen and Seventeen and eighteen nineteen. But after Muller Investigation and the I G investigation and the Senate Intel investigation, it's it's sad to see what social media is doing as well is really. Just a sad situation in a sad state of affairs for the American people I I. Don't think that this will age well I. do think that social media will lose their liability protection because clearly in this dominant position, they have abused their power. And we have seen these multi trillion dollar companies use their incredible market advantage to now become a political advantage, which if a Republican company. To do anything close to that there would be widespread bipartisan donation if for whatever reason at and T. was a conservative company and they started dropping calls with between the Biden campaign staffers or they said, we're going to turn off the Internet for the Biden Campaign Field Offices in if they had any in Florida and Pennsylvania, you know people would be they would say it was be rightfully. Outraged about it or you could even go through any or say American Airlines comes out and they say we will not fly Biden staffers on our airlines. That's basically the equivalent of what Google and facebook is doing James I wanted to get your thoughts on the rising issue of tech tyranny and kind of how you you analyze the how this issue has evolved over the last couple of years. It really is amazing when you think about their blocking New York Post stories that have held up really well, they were big scoops. It wasn't just serving big tech giant. Setting itself up as the referee they're blogging true information that I think is important for people consider as they think about hiring this guy to be our president for the next four years. As far as the problem of Beta generally kind of abusing this. This legal safe harbor, which of course, was created to allow them to take down jihadi videos and criminal acts things like excessively violent material. It was never intended for this. I, don't think it was written this way either so I think this could be one of the many benefits of Amy Tony. Barrett on the Supreme Court is we have another along with Clarence Thomas, we now have a real is going to look at that law as written not as people would like it to be not as imagine the intent of the authors. Was But looking at the plain language and I think there's a case that goes to that might think you would find that the tech companies do.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show super thrilled to be joined today about Maria Bartiromo and James Freeman. They have a phenomenal new book out called the cost trump China and American revival. I am working my way through it learning quite a lot and I think it actually puts this election in a proper context of exactly what is at stake? Maria I'll start with you. Can you tell us why you wrote this book and most importantly how this applies in the next seven days coming up to this very important election. Thank you so much trolley. I think we wrote this book because we both recognize that we were. Witnessing and participating in this extraordinary moment in time with an unconventional president and who has been really chalking up so many successes and victories one after the other and yet comes into this broader. Backdrop of the media refusing to acknowledge any of them and report on actual facts. So James and I started to look at what we felt was most important about president trump's approach and what we came up with was clearly economic policy was able to move the needle on growth and focus on jobs also. An. Incredible situation with the media and this resistance that was so extraordinary and then the broader challenges that this president faced including China and how we all watched for forty. How we expected, China should go one way and perhaps look at engagement with the United States as a positive. But in fact, what the opposite way and had bad behavior in terms of intellectual property theft moving into countries, and so president trump dealt with all of these issues whether it's foreign policy economic policy. So well, putting America first and he faced. A resistance from the media and from government within which was so harsh that we just decided that we wanted to document it. Swell put in its very applicable and interesting especially, what's happening in the new cycle right now James One. Thing that I don't think the president talks enough about is how we were able to survive the shutdowns because of the economic prosperity we enjoyed for the three years prior I would make the argument that if we had to shut down our economy right when Barack, Obama and his presidency, I don't know what America would look like Can you talk a little bit about how good the last three years were economically and who the biggest gainers were in the economy? Yeah. I think the table was really set for a thriving economy in the we start out in the boat talking about when. Donald Trump announced his run for the presidency in Twenty fifteen..
Trump says he won't participate in next debate after commission announces it will be virtual
"The next slated matchup between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden could look like Following the president's covert diagnosis. The commission on Presidential Debates just announced the second debate will be virtual boxes. Brian Kilmeade president Trump Telling Fox is Maria Bartiromo. You know, I'm not gonna waste my time on a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do a debates ridiculous. And then they cut you off whenever they want his campaign, saying he'll hold a rally instead of debating Joe Biden's campaign out with a statement, saying he looks forward to speaking directly to the American people and comparing his plan for bringing the country together with Donald Trump's failed leadership on the Corona virus that through the strong economy he inherited into the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Kimberly
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Put you in what we do in today. Is. People want to have an investigation about what happened four years ago. They should do that. But are you concerned about what's going on right now? Aren't you worried about the integrity of the coming elections? We worry about how we're gonna have a safe and fair election. Yes. And so I asked her this question. In that case, there's Maria Bartiromo really pushing her. And now Jared won't answer the question, because if you didn't answer the question to be awkward for her in the reality is that the Obama administration was pursuing an investigation into the incoming administration without a sufficient basis to do so. And it is amazing to watch is the Democrats who's been years literally years attempting to go over the dead ground assault on Earth of 2016 They will spend years claiming that that was a botched election. It was Russian election interference and all the rest. The minute you mentioned Oh, yeah. By the way, four years ago, you were engaged in something that was pretty nefarious. Why are we even talking about that guy's going? Come on. Bill Bar is a bad guy. We should be talking about that. Pretty incredible stuff. I mean, honestly, what? We're still hearing consistently and overtly over and over and over. That George W. Bush was evil for all the things he pursued, but it's like time just skipped over the Obama administration. So the Iraq war was super bad. George W. Bush is evil and bad and terrible, and we'll still rehash his behavior during the Economic downturn in 72,000 it then we'll just skip eight years of history and go Director Trump Pretty incredible stuff. Already coming up. We'll get two more of Bill buyers testimony. Democrats are having a really tough time actually recognizing that riots and looting are bad. We'll get to that momentarily. First. You're listening to a lot of media these days. That means you need a great pair of wireless ear pods. You need ear buds right now that are great for you. And that figure you're properly but it sound good, but you don't want them to cost a fortune. This is what Ray Cons come in wreck on your butt Start about half the price of any other premium wireless earbuds on the market..
U.S. orders China to close its consulate in Houston
"In U. S. China tensions as Beijing is is ordered ordered to to close close its its consulate consulate in in Houston, Houston, Texas Texas by by Friday, Friday, the the State State Department Department saying saying it's it's to to protect protect American American intellectual intellectual property property and and private private information. information. The The news news coming coming after local reports overnight that consulate officials were burning documents in the courtyard upon learning of their eviction. China says earlier that it will retaliate with quote firm countermeasures should the United States proceed with this move, Fox's Maria Bartiromo US is accusing two former engineering students of hacking and stealing trade secrets from more than a decade recently targeted firms involved in covert 19 vaccine research and
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Issue with Maria Bartiromo the other day and president suggested people should be in jail for what he said earlier in the week was very obvious crime your attorney and the president calls for some perhaps you could lay out the elements of this crime what crime was committed and in what way I assume you're referring to the Obama administration she's amazing blasted a Chris Christie was on the George Stephanopoulos program and B. and also Rahm Emanuel was on the same panorama manual courses a staunch Obama defender he was Obama's chief of staff before he became the mayor of Chicago listen to this well let let me give rob a little lesson since he invoked by US attorney days the first thing you don't do is allow FBI home I passed the bar to conduct themselves in the way these folks did they well well yet we can prosecute anything rob so we'll we'll we'll get to that thank god the the the the fact of the matter is that you don't allow you do not allow FBI agents to conduct themselves in this way you don't allow them to go in there and set a perjury trap which is what they did not set all while that Mike Flynn is wrong for having lied to the vice president and I don't know how he explains that but he'd have to explain that to Mike pence himself but what we're seeing here and and believe me I've been a victim of it and people my ministrations been a victim of it also this is an Obama justice department was led by Eric holder and Loretta Lynch engine call me that politicized and weaponized the justice department they did it the Supreme Court just reversed what happened to my administration nine zero Mike Flynn now is going to have this matter dismissed and it's so George what we're looking at here and rob what we're looking at here is prosecutorial investigative misconduct and that his contract needs to be investigated in exactly the same way with the same measure that Mike Flynn was investigated that Bob Muller investigated all the people in Russia that Ukraine was investigated prosecutorial misconduct is an awful awful thing because of the power of the federal government this is what I want to get if I want to get a bringing that in but Chris let me just ask you a three bedroom gonna get prosecutor looks misconduct that's that's your argument but I I didn't do it the pressure on one point two the president keeps saying that was president Obama who committed a crime is there any evidence whatsoever anywhere the president Obama committed a crime here this interview George at this point we don't know what all the evidence is we don't know what happened that January fifth meeting so you know everybody wanted to rush to judgment during the Russia investigation everyone want to rush to judgment during the Ukraine investigation and I said it was wrong and both of those we shouldn't rush to judgment as to the things that we don't yet know as to what happened that January fifth meeting and what the president the problem was with the vice president's problem was let's have John during to the investigation needs to do and that's come to a fair conclusion that's what the American people want is a fair investigation and nobody on either side you know you can get here in this in this off this way the doctor off the bike Flynn investigation on it I didn't blow either one of them off and I don't think they should be now bill Barr said he doesn't expect any criminal investigation to lead to the president president Obama under build their arms up under AG was here US attorney Durham sophistication I have a general idea of how children with the movie how Mister Durin's investigation is going and as I have indicated some aspects of the matter are being examined as potential crimes but we have to bear in mind with the Supreme Court recently reminded us of in the bridge gate case the court said there there's a difference between an abuse of power and a federal crime not every abuse of power no matter how outrageous is necessarily a federal crime now as to president Obama and vice president Biden whatever their level of involvement based on the information I have today I don't expect Mr Durham's work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man our concern over potential criminality is focused on others that is going to disappoint a lot of people but where you go to file charges against Obama aside from having to establish intent can you imagine the ramifications right now half the country still doesn't understand how Donald Trump got elected and believe that the Russians not only interfered with that they literally change vote tallies that is how deranged these people are I don't know the word to use to describe their mentality where Obama to be trump probably charge for something I told you already about the Michael Flynn unmasking and leaking the league part is the crime not the.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on KOMO
"Maria Bartiromo he plans to very soon start adding to the number of grounded Max planes now awaiting re certification and delivery I am confident we will start our line this month on the Max L. who is also making a startling prediction in response to a question posed by Savannah Guthrie today on NBC's today do you think there might be a major U. S. carrier that just has to go out of business yes most likely you know something will happen when September comes around traffic levels will not be back to a hundred percent they won't even be back the twenty five it's not clear which airline Calhoun believes could fail some analysts have predicted the collapse of one or more regional airlines like Allegiant or Hawaiian Corwin hate komo news major health systems across the country face serious financial challenges as a result of the corona virus pandemic you know medicine at no exemption and digging out of the red will take a number of painful steps almost Carly Johnson reports on Monday you job medicine announced that based on current forecasts financial losses for its three hospitals and clinics will exceed a half a billion dollars by the end of the summer the cancellation of non emergency elective procedures and the high cost of treating patients with covert nineteen top reasons for the financial blow but there's also the ongoing costs related to PPP and testing Lisa Brandenburg is president of U. job medicine hospitals and clinics everyone coming into our clinical facilities now staff and patients are wearing masks we're also testing all surgical patients and all impatience coming into our facilities that increase revenue and reduce expenses they will seek additional federal and state assistance but there will also be reductions in salaries for senior leaders staff furloughs and tight controls on spending Carly Johnson komo news eight counties in our state now have permission to move to phase two re opening that means restaurants can open with limited capacity nail and hair salons business offices and retailers can also open the doors with restrictions and last week the state approved variances for Columbia Garfield Lincoln ferry and pondering counties however most businesses have yet to receive guidelines from the state that they need to open to the public so it's not happening overnight still ahead ready to eat inside a restaurant I'm Brian Calvert and new rules mean you'll need to leave your name and your number first it's nine thirty four incoming traffic every ten minutes on the force with Kierra Jordan well there isn't too much that slowing you down right now but I do see some crowding in Seattle on northbound I. five right as you're approaching the convention center also in Seattle Madison street reduced to one lane in either direction between Broadway and twelfth Avenue for utility work and staying in Seattle Fifth Avenue that's currently blocked in two lanes between pike and pine and that's due to some soil testing in the area our next como traffic at nine forty four and.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Playbook
"Business and Fox News only about seventeen hours a day. Are you active? I don't like word work. And I don't like the word busy. Also an amazing journalists an icon and of course author. I think three bucks. Yes and you know thinking about this is about the playbook to success so Kinda WanNa go back because things are a little bit different today because of people like you and there's so much more opportunity I tell my three daughters all the time. I just want there to be more for you to pursue by whatever. You'RE GONNA pursue. I just went there. Be More of it because there wasn't a lot when I was younger. Even when my mom was young my mom tells great story. That may resonate with you think. Why were you a teacher? And she said we'll be honest. Women were either teachers or nurses and all the boys that cheated off me and high school and college. They ended up being on Wall Street doctors and lawyers and engineers and that story always resonated with me because really epitomized how I can see the evolution of women and being able to create this pursuit that you've been able to lead with and so starting off as a young girl. How did you get this? Entrepreneurial confidence that allows you to be the first woman on Wall Street. Yeah I think it's such a good question by the way my sister's a nurse so even the generation before me it's true. There were a lot of nurses and teachers that were women. And I don't think that it was communicated that other things were available to us but I think as I go back and look at my upbringing as sort of a way to connect the dots in terms of where I got my confidence and my courage to to strive for big things is I think first of all I was enveloped by love. My parents love me so much and they always showed me an incredible amount of love in that. I remember it was always. The family was behind you so a short story. I remember once I had a boyfriend as a young girl and he broke up with me. Wanted to go out with somebody else and I was crying and I was talking to my mother in my room. My Room was in the basement and I remember crying. Don't tell anyone don't tell anyone what happened. And she left. My Room went upstairs and the first thing she did was tell everyone in my family my father she told my brother she told my sister. My brother came down and he starts talking to me. My SISTER COMES DOWN. She starts talking to me. It was such a powerful lesson for me because what it told me at just such a young teenage age. That whatever happens to me. I'm not alone. Whatever happens to me I have my family is my backup and I think over the years as a young girl growing up I was always sort of part of a family unit where my parents always taught me to work really hard. My parents are are students of the depression so they always save their money and and and always. My mother always wanted me to be financially independent. She she you know. She talked about that a lot as well as a young girl but growing up I was the baby and I don't know my parents encouraged me to shoot for the stars and shoot for you know whatever I could do and they always stressed working hard. The always stress during the right thing and they always stressed loving. What you you do and so those are my three little lessons growing up. I think the courage and the confidence came the idea that I always knew that no matter what happened if I failed I would land on the floor but I would be picked up and I would be having the support of my family. It's a very powerful thing for a young person and you ended up going to Nyu too far from your home and choosing journalism and economics. Well here my pet. My parents were really instrumental in that as well because I was actually studying economics at nyu. Only because I did well in the subject I just did well in statistics for some reason and so I just kept taking more and more because I was doing well and in an excelling but then when I was a junior in college my mother said to me you know you should take journalism. I think you would be good at it and I said well. Maybe we'll some writing. I love writing and so I did and then I absolutely loved it so it was then my junior year in college that I changed my major and I made journalism I major and then I had so much credit in economics because I had taken so much of it that I made that a minor and it was just luck because it ended up that when I graduated we were at the beginning of what was to be a boom in financial television which is to use the word lock and I love successful people to define that word because sometimes I think it's misleading to young entrepreneurs and young people that all this was just a matter of luck so I always like someone like you to define what luck really means to. You know you're right. I mean I think that's a really good point because I think we make our own luck in this life Look my number one rule and I think everyone who's ever worked with me knows this is is to work hard. I always believe in the bottom of my heart. I always know that there are no shortcuts and that overtime if you work hard and if you generate the time the energy The attention to something. Then you will prosper at it and I think that that's certainly guided me but we all need a little luck you know you. I was lucky to be born in America. I was lucky to be able to find something that I love. Luck is always a part of things and I think you make your own luck because when you're working hard you may very well be lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time to get a job offer or when you love what you do you may be lucky enough to know what's on the horizon in terms of growth industries and have your path go that way so. I remember when I was at when I was at CNBC. I had an instinct that we should go to Alaska. I don't know why I just saw. It was during the during the election and I went to Alaska to interview to interview the governor who ended up being the nominee for vice president with John McCain and as I was coming from Alaska it was announced that she was going to be the vice presidential candidate. And My boss turned to me and said you know you are always making your own luck. You make your own luck because it was you who said I didn't need to go to Alaska. You wanted to go on an interview on the oil story in Alaska and energy and so you got her and now you have the interview of the moment again. I do believe you make your own luck and you have what you pay attention to. And then put your intention and I call intention or you think they'd do and believe equals those coincidences or luck in our life. But there is another component that I see in your career that I see Mir throughout a lot of people careers especially the icons in the innovators. Mavericks like yourselves. It's this idea that there's many options open even when other people don't see them vision of nobody. I'm sure when you're sitting e concourses at nyu. There wasn't a lot of people that look like you. Yeah well there were a lot of boys in the class before class. I always felt the need to Try It you know if you felt like you could do something or you wanted to try something. Just stick your neck out and try it and have the courage to do that so I guess there is certainly some of that when you went to intern at CNN. I think when you first started yes. What was your perspective? Then because there's so many young people right now. That's where we start with. Internships was. I'm a big proponent of what was your perspective of our eight. I'M GONNA go in here and what are you going to do at CNN? Well you know there too. I was very courageous and eager so I remember getting to CNN as an intern during college and it was a class for points. You have to get accepted to that program. I was accepted to the CNN program. And I thought well how can I get ahead? Who Do I need to meet? What do I need to do to get a foothold in this company? And I remember you know walking around to all the floors different departments shaking their heads and Maria. Bartiromo I'm ready to do whatever you need me to do. You know I'm ready to work hard count on me. I'm here for you if you need me and I. I took the opportunity while I was in the building to make sure to introduce myself to as many leaders as could should there be an opportunity later after I graduated and sure enough I started as an intern in the entertainment division As you know I was. I was in my senior year at Nyu. And then when I graduated in May I didn't have a job. The internship was over so I said to them. Look I will stay on and work for free if you need my help because I don't have a job yet and so they said okay so then stay in work. You'll work in news so then they put me in the General News Division and it wasn't until I met someone in the elevator. Who said to me you should try business news and I didn't really know what business news was. And what's business news? There's a whole division business so I said okay. Maybe I'll try it so I went into the business division and I and I took a test. And that's when they hired me but yeah I think when I got to CNN. I didn't really know what to expect at the Tyne. Cnn was doing something that nobody was doing. This is a different CNN. Then it was back then because back then it was Ted Turner's entrepreneurial. Cnn and he was trying to do whatever it took to do something different and at that time this was back in nine thousand nine hundred nine eight nine hundred nine when you know all the networks would wait until six thirty at night to report the news. Cnn was doing something entirely different and they were Reporting on a story as it was actually taking place as it was happening. And that was the first Gulf War and I remember as a production assistant Watching OUR AIR AT CNN and Bernard Shaw was in Iraq under the bed saying there were bombs going off right now and so I learned so much about reporting on a story as it was actually happening and that served me incredibly well later on in my career when I became the first person to broadcast on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange so I could report on the stock market literally as it was happening as it was trading evolved even further. So you had that instantaneous type of media for finance. We had the beholder sell right on the floor of the stocks. When news came out how that news affected the economy that we had an incident and then once again moving to Fox where they now have more of an entrepreneurial look of doing things that no one else does and yet you have longer perspective on all of your shows here whereas instantaneous you're able to evolve and develop a story which you know reading the endurance for success. One of your books. I was curious because to endure. Success seems to be an anomaly in a lot of people don't understand that that's what it takes. I talk about the consistent persistent pursuit of your potential. That's success to me to enjoy. That is your success I see that throughout your career and the books that you've written that endurance. What does it take to endure all the sexism discrimination? And then just beyond those things you still have to endure what everyone else indoors. Which is competitive business? You know jobs given to us now and in sports agency used to run the most notable sports as it's evenly Steinberg an ice to tell people not only. Do you have to get a client? But you have to keep them. That's right right in the same thing. Holds true in. Everybody wants your job. I was on my elliptical trainer at five in the morning going. Gosh I love his job right. It's chess so how'd you endure both sets of those challenges right? I mean it's very competitive. I could tell you right now. Business is very competitive. And if you want to weigh in if you want to be there and compete you need to have the goods. I mean. I know that in order to win. What's required is incredibly hard work. What's required is making sure that I do my homework. You need to know what's required to actually win so so there's that and then on top of just competing in a very competitive landscape. There are the other things that you that you correctly pile on because there are other things to deal with. You need to know your own limits. You need to know how much you can withstand. When I was on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in my heart of hearts. I knew that many people did not want me there and I knew that it was a boys club. I knew that it was. You Know Me and a sea of suits every single day. I had to ask myself. How much can I take of this? How much do I want to take of this? Is this actually bothering me? In any way and it really wasn't I never was spoken to poorly or a couple of people on the floor. Who definitely didn't want me there when I did have some. Some interactions no doubt about it. But for the most part I have great camaraderie on the floor of the exchange and I have great friends because I saw it as a way to. I try to understand what was going on. I mean face it there were. There was not a reporter on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange before me. There weren't many women so you know they are looking at that situation through their own lens of this is how we've been doing it for one. Hundred Years. We don't WanNA change the way we've been doing it so I think with all of that. I think you need to know who you are what you can withstand what. What is it that you want if you want to win in order to win in that is in a competitive environment? There are some rules in that is working incredibly hard knowing your stuff. Make sure you do the work. You can't fool anybody so if you think you can you wrong because at some point. Someone's going to figure out that you actually don't know the story at all so it's really important to do the work and looking through that perspective..
The Saudi Arabia-Russia oil war, explained
"Let me begin with a very silly rudimentary question that is like a lay up for you but to a lay person like me it's it's actually confusing so I'm watching the news today about corona virus and I was watching Maria Bartiromo show earlier when I was in the green room getting ready for America's newsroom on the news channel and much of the discussion on the panel surrounded this whole fight over oil prices and and oil and how that might affect fracking and and shale producing here in the United States and I was sort of thrown for a loop a little bit because I associated the selloff on the markets recently completely with corona virus but there's this other massive story that I just haven't had the band with to really follow or process properly can you just walk us through what's happening on that side yeah sure Saudi Arabia basically lives off its oil sector if you'll all of its government payments to its citizens that those payments go don't go to its citizens and they have a problem the Saudi Arabia got really mad Russia refused to cut its oil output by half a million barrels a day so Saudi Arabia which has tremendous supply capacity it's considered quote the central bank of oil for years or decades Saudi Arabia can easily open the spigots and it did it drove down prices sparking a global price for during week demand when much of the world is in recession so the fact that Saudi plans to now increase their oil output per day above ten million barrels that's the problem we currently pumps about nine point seven million barrels a day but the thing is it has the capacity to ramp up to to put out twelve and a half million barrels a day do you see oil prices plunging by massive double digit drops and weak but here's the flip side of that the plunge in prices we could maybe see two dollars maybe a Buck fifty a gallon right as the summer driving season starts plus it helps the jet fuel costs for US airlines battered by the corona virus problem when oil prices go down like this says that the trend of it the oil patch guide to saying this is a one trillion dollar stimulus for the world economy so there's always an offset so when we saw that when there's a shake out like that when oil prices plunge like that the shale producers in the oil patch guys are kind of on the margin they borrowed a lot of money to fund their operations that jump on high interest rate they can't make money when oil plunges like that often it said they may be forty five dollars a barrel maybe more it's a break even point for it R. U. S. producers and other producers that so you know so when they boil price plunges they don't have the cash flow to pay back from from forty five which would be into what well if it goes below that I mean we're talking now I hate I feel bad for guys in all the patch but the I'm talking to traders in the pits they're talking thirty dollars a barrel of so you know so that's painful for a sector that has stopped us from tipping into recession under the Obama administration does it get any credit much credit for that but it did to protect the food going into depression thanks to the recession forgive me reception reception during the crash but it also has made us do a political force around the world right now the biggest producers around the world prices were independent we went from being dependent to independent to a net exporter which is a huge development for for the U. S. economy but Elizabeth before we turn to corona virus one of the countries that wasn't mentioned in your answer but is at play in very much in the mix with this price war that's going on in the oil market you mentioned Russia you mention of course the U. S. you mentioned Saudi Arabia how does China factor in well it's interesting China factors big because China buys a lot of its oil from Saudi it does take up a lot from Russia but truth be told it does play a lot of Iranian oil and that is saying of course the trump administration because of sanctions against Iran US crude is also a big player for China China has always been watchful of what goes on in the Persian Gulf with the tree for mood attack so you know there is that China is China's a big fourth two given demand there in that country it's it's a powerful force since since you mention just to jump and you mentioned Iran as well my wheels are now turning in my head and I'm thinking about the corona virus disaster in Iran where they were not taking it seriously they were completely dishonest and opaque about everything and now you have a significant number of the members of their sort of fake parliament who have been infected with corona virus it is a huge huge problem with the with rates of people infected very high and of course we don't know the real numbers because it's a very secretive regime you have that problem piled on top of what was already a period of significant economic turmoil and hardship where you saw demonstrators in the streets of people being killed and imprisoned now if you put on top of that a collapse in the price of oil that is the last thing that the Iranian regime probably wants right Iran also filtered into Turkey and and into India yes you're absolutely right about what's going on on the streets of Iran I mean if they did that what I I have to stress it again I mean our oil sector is the powerful the US domestic and geopolitical force so anything that can be done to support it it's good for the country so you know do I see Russia interfering here that's the rumor mill cranking that you know we understand that you know Russia's Putin has been battling it's gonna minute metal this way be the oil market market I mean that's just a rumor we don't know that for sure we do know that Russia unlike unlike a lot of these players they've got a gigantic what's called the sovereign wealth funds like you know I'm always laughing when nor of wind you know Bernie Sanders brings up the Nordic model as can even ritualism capitalism Norway has one of the biggest sovereign wealth funds in the world built by the oil it's it's massive oil and and gas sector so Russia has the defense of advantage here they kept a hundred fifty billion dollar wealth fund to offset any slump and bolster the ruble I'm not sure that Iran has that so turning to corona virus later on the program congressman Adam Kinzinger a Republican from Illinois he's gonna be here I'm curious to ask him about the appetite among house Republicans Senate Republicans people on the hill on the right side of the aisle is there an appetite there for what the president has just been talking about the last day or so we saw a bit of a better day certainly on Wall Street today than we did yesterday fueled in part by a stimulus package that might be employed to help prop up certain businesses and help people who might be displaced or quarantine for periods of time who couldn't work out what is your assessment of what the president has suggested it's nothing official yet what do you think would be effective what don't you think would be effective in is there a political will to get that sort of thing down in your view I'd not sure they have the political will I think I yeah I just we could just cross that Steven Mnuchin is now going to meet with Nancy Pelosi this is as of early earlier in the day you know so I do I just want to see the details of it I don't know if it's going to be a two percentage point payroll tax cut that the president wants and that the short term stimulus that does put a lot of money in people's hands of you know it will impede the holiday that will last until June the payroll tax cut for Willie structure collapses and wait for it until after the election right SBA loans are they going to be interest free you know I am I'm going to get on a phone call with a lot of hospital directors tomorrow I want to understand what their needs all right in the face of the corona virus outbreak so you know we already have a one mile quarantine zone around newer shell I'm here in New York City this is north of the city I just wonder if there's any talk about what the doctors and hospitals on the front lines of this need and if those needs are going to be met I know the White House is intensifying the push for coronavirus measure of what is that Democrats appetite for the Democrats would have to sign off on any payroll tax cut how do you view the state of the economy because we just saw on Friday another monster jobs report it seems like absent this epidemic this health crisis things were continuing term steam roll right along in a really positive way to what extent could this situation coronavirus grind all of that to hold or could it be you know is there an opportunity for what was an underlying strong economy to bounce back very quickly what what what's your sense of that you know I like that guy I like these questions because I think you sense of them totally geek and nerd at heart I mean I've been a key key highlights of blood that could directly right I mean you know I'm geeky and nerdy United but study all sorts of trend lines that cover corporate accounting scandals like testified before Congress about the IRS twice I get into the footnotes of it I'm just watching data I like watching data crossing I think this economy is really strong I think it's in a powerful floating right now and while it's a powerful I was surprised Wall Street was surprised to see solid two hundred fifty three thousand jobs report last Friday that says the bid you know the numbers coming in for temporary right when you know the corona virus we knew about starting in December you know in the revisions to the prior month went up I'm looking at an S. and P. five hundred that has quadrupled over eleven years I'm looking at apple doubling within about two years time Microsoft doubling with an attack around two years time I'm looking at S. and P. five hundred and the two hundred day moving average it's holding its finding support at a trend line that sort of connecting to these other bottoms we saw in October two thousand eleven and December twenty eighteenth what do I say those those around government shutdown fight so those are sort of market crack up but when you see the S. and P. holding at that level you have to say what supporting it there's not a bear market capitulation right now I don't know if we cut the bottom yesterday for going to continue as the coronavirus progresses but I do think it will probably likely get worse before it gets better but I think we're in a solid position in terms of other countries around the world to booklet so whether this out of this is the time I think for leadership this is the time not to panic not to go off in and on any speculation you read on social media it's a time for calm and leadership in I feel pretty calm and strong right now personally that we are going to get through this for sure well if you like that sort of analysis you can have an hour of it every single night on fox business network six PM eastern time it is the evening at it with the host Elizabeth McDonald who has been my guest here on the guy Benson show Elizabeth a pleasure having you on thanks so much in such a busy and tumultuous day we appreciate
Gunman Facing Attempted Murder Charges After 2 NYPD Officers Shot In 12 Hours
"But New York is becoming this progressive socialist us at the state and city and it's been that way for awhile and then as new Jersey's and then we've lost California so now now now a guy goes out he is arrested he's a bad guy he goes to a parole board he gets paroled you know and then he's back on the street now this guy goes out tries to assassinate get two more police officers in a twelve hour period in New York City what in the name of god is going on in this is the way it was when I came up in New York you know you're in Jersey I know you're on Long Island and you in the boroughs in you're going like you don't like having at the city man I wanna if we can make it there we can make it anywhere right and we'd go from Jersey all of us go from Jersey we go to comedy clubs start now it was it was vicious and it was violent and it was dangerous you know any idea what time I'll have an apartment in the city I got robbed immediately at at knife point please it was terrible then came the knight in shining armor was Rudolph Giuliani and I know the left doesn't like to hear that but we will Giuliani see this great city he said the great city imported but bill Bratton commissioner Bratton the the law enforcement legend they did this a thing called broken windows where they just if you would jump to turn style of you heard I'm if you saw Maria Bartiromo great show Sunday morning futures on fox and the mayor was Ahmed unions on in if somebody yup the turnstile they will address these folks take them and maybe not home about at least fingerprint them so they could keep track and indeed some of these these people that they fingerprinted would end up committing crimes W. contract and now we'll let everybody out we'll let everybody what is the mind set how did we get here because I'm really very up the socially a I I may I may be too you know understanding for you you know if you're conservative conservative but and I and I feel for my you know my passion is to help at risk youth you know but but you but this kind of be a consequence then you can put up with police officers at risk this kind of ecological what how the mantra happen in this country you have people they're they're known as police officers were there to save your life one into ground zero one more tact by terrorists who go on a domestic violence call in in the toughest areas throughout throughout America they go in the what we got away flak jackets now police officer can walk around this guy should not been on the streets this it's a disgrace and and when and when you see governor Cuomo UC made the budget as of terrible work you'll have it and I respectfully submit to the governor of this great state he has it in his power to turn this around and I know he's got it in his heart to turn this around you don't pay the police officers enough in New York now you gonna let criminals out to attack them and try to kill the it's inexcusable made about you're not gonna get he doesn't he's a socialist you want Bernie Sanders great you want you want to vote in these progressive socialist this is what you're going to get and this was really upsetting so we wanna stay light hearted this morning but really this is this is a searing problem in New York in just to read the story this this creep is facing attempted murder charges in connection with two separate attacks on NYPD officers over the weekend forty five year old cockroach allegedly walked into the forty first NYPD precinct in the Bronx opened fire opened fire in a police precinct are you kidding me lieutenant position by front desk was shot in the arm and rushed to Lincoln hospital where he is expected to survive it could have been a of me the thank you our morning thank god these officers about less than twelve hours earlier at least a hundred sixty third this this this queen allegedly opened fire this man in the south Bronx striking and injuring officer which I don't understand I thought the punishment advance at or bullet proof vests it's going to you know it's it's something that you would see in the futuristic movies that were
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Treason as I'm Maria Bartiromo said the other day look trump supporters believe trump was framed yeah that's where the doctor connecting to write with a front frame that says when the big question all long since we can identify still the crime today of Russia collusion where did this all come from yes they asked the question or make the statement did somebody frame him is a logical point for anybody to go to especially with the trump tower meeting in the way that thing called out yes I mean that's just one indication I don't think that's the beginning of of the whole framing thing I think that's one art of it that looks like a frame specially if you look at the way the trunk junior and and he you know he showed everybody that the chained emails and the set up there that looked like a set up make it look like something that it's not and I I think that's I think it's logical because they know if you were trying to set up Donald Trump you know if you've got big enough players he's going to listen is he ever not answered a question of he's in front of the media we talked about it almost to a fault really actually it'll fall it is the same and does he know so they know that he's very reactive you put something in front of him okay it wasn't great Hillis if you know that about him I could see again we're not saying it happened but it's definitely something all worth investing the listening and then the thought behind any reaction that he has verbal not behavior right is then views as the crime exactly still today the only thing they have against them his words eight six six ninety right I fall and winter means in some cases an increase in their populations the lower elevations as a search for food and habitat Terry Mesmer of Utah State University extension says this increases the chance of conflict between deer in humans such as a collision between a deer and motor vehicle especially in urban areas many of our urban areas and large metropolitan cities actually call to football ideal deer habitat and during spring mating time their population in these urban habitat can potentially double by the fall and winter and so you have more mouths to feed in more deer that I've come into contact with the urban environment though the circumstances together of concert work to create kind of the perfect storm where they put deer and human on a collision course that could translate into increased damages can also kind of played into the creek your vehicle collision as well as an increased chance of disease transmission as there can Kerry takes that could infect humans with Lyme disease or other illness our broad been reporting for the US department of agriculture in Washington DC the USDA report is brought to you by centex Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel one.
Feds pursuing broad investigation into two associates of Rudy Giuliani, including his consulting business
"We've all heard about the three Amigos I'm lucky to the pharmacy to get that's the knuckle head trio a Steve Martin Chevy Chase Martin short in the nineteen eighty six comedy but now the three Amigos is also synonymous with three US diplomats at the center of US policy toward Ukraine those that make us our ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland energy secretary Rick Perry and former special envoy Kurt Volker there's also a sequel here if I may this time it's two Amigos who emerged as central to the impeachment story Soviet former business associates a left Parnassus and Igor Froom on the men were apprehended at Dulles airport in October with one way tickets to Vienna I asked author Gary Graff what we've been learning about the two men in recent days I'm sort of the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern of the impeachment inquiry is popping up in odd places and serving as key go betweens between Rudy Giuliani some of these Ukrainian old darks and even appearing to do some business with president trump on behalf of president trump but love hello this is appearing to be willing to cooperate with house investigators and has turned over some set of audio in potentially video recordings to the committee although he is also in other places asserted his Fifth Amendment privilege to avoid testifying about some of those campaign finance questions where's your from and is not cooperating with Congress and the investigation so it's clear that partners sees any opportunity to potentially help get himself out of the hot water that he's in with federal prosecutors by cooperating with house investigators so in the past two days part of this is also making life more difficult for representative Devin newness the Republican chair of the house intelligence committee what has partners alleged so one of the things that has come out in the last couple of days that is added to the circus like atmosphere of these impeachment hearings is the stunning news that Devin nouni as the man who has been leading the president's defense as ranking member of the house intelligence committee himself has actually been out in Europe investigating Joe Biden's ties in Ukraine and hunter Biden's business ties in Ukraine and that Noone has has been trying to dig up dirt alongside some of these efforts that we have seen from folks like the desert deposed Ukrainian prosecutor Victor shorten so this week fox news anchor Maria Bartiromo ask newness about that trip bottom line were you in the end it with Shokan yeah the look of I really want to answer all of these questions and I promise you absolutely will come back on the fifth hole it answer these questions Gary Graff wouldn't be pretty easy to establish whether harnesses claim that Noone is went to Vienna it's true yes and in fact there's very clear evidence that at least aspects of it are true Devin unions has filed for tax payer reimbursement of some of these trips including at least fourteen thousand dollars that he charged for a four day trip that would appear to me to the parameters of what is being alleged so basically the allegation is that Devin newness was also trying to dig up dirt on the buttons yes it into put it a little bit more simply that Devon knew me as the leading defender of the president in Congress in these impeachment hearings is himself a co conspirator in the underlying efforts Gary Graff is the author of the threat matrix inside Robert Muller def be on the war on global
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Corp
"And like I said sometimes that rubs people the wrong way but I'd like to think at least that person knows that I'm telling you the truth I'm not going to sugar coat it this is what I see this is how I see it developed and you know what when I have a staffer who may have made a mistake or I deal with it right away I'm like you know what I love Amy Diamond or Alex like people trust you're GonNa ask the right question you're going to get to the right conclusion and I think I think you have a responsibility at some point about seventy five percent of those men don't seek treatment that's why Roman makes getting prescription medication and care from a US yeah.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Corp
"Ernie I'm sitting in for Dan cats with Alex Rodriguez and we have an incredibly special guest someone who's very personally inspiring to me Korea Barter Romo who I would call in the game of thrones era she's like sursee slash Generis of business news so there's no ready more fiercer formidable than Maria and what we're going to cover today is essentially a couple things which is how you got to where you are you have three top rated shows written three books you're doing sixteen hours of television a week there is no one who seems hungrier more driven more accomplished more news or the first in business than you and we're excited to cover that one of my role models remember I have two daughters yes this kind of like the gold standard as are you so I really think are derived Alex Reggie Gay's just said I Israel Model I love it and I so Maria I want to start with you know I think of you as the female reporters in the today's female reporters are in the locker room and what you broke through and did on the New York Stock Exchange in terms of covering businesses news covering businesses on the floor take us through from that moment today how did you get to where you are how did you come to be we thank you well thank you for having me first of all it's a thrill to be with both of you I want you to know I started my career CNN I was a a project assistant and CNN and that was in nineteen eighty nine and at that time it was CNN was doing something that nobody was doing and that was covering a story as it was actually happening and that was the first Gulf War and I remember as a production assistant I was in awe washing Bernard Shaw the other reporters under the bed Baghdad saying oh bombs are going off so I learned firsthand had a cover story as it was happening which was really helpful five years later when I started at CNBC as a reporter on the fly the New York Stock Exchange having to cover the stock market in real time and it was incredibly exciting and I I to the floor at to do our show beginning a new program called squawk box and we wanted to be different so initially a lot of people did not want me there but you know really took an effort to break through to get these guys to become allies of mine and so I'm I'm really proud of that how do you think about you know you're talking without covering things on the fly on the ground and what I think so impressive is not only have you moved from CNN to CNBC to Fox business you've moved from I'm from business to culture to politics like what are the skills you think you need to have her that you have that have made you so adept at covering all these different things in real time yeah I think it's a great question actually because it really comes down with you the same thing regardless of what the industry is it's just preparation over prepare I think one of the best ways that I prepare to do interviews and to cover story is I speak with as many people as so when I'm interviewing somebody I'll speak with people who that person who liked the person don't like the person bull bear whatever it is try to understand what the most important issues on that person are and so that's how I approach interviewing it's was really important for me to be able to stretch myself and cover more topics than just the Stockman market when I was at CNBC for twenty years I covered the stock market balance-sheets corporates interviewing CEOS but after a while I felt like it was so short-term it was all about what the stock market going to do in the next three seconds what are the earnings GonNa be in the next three months and I was looking to broaden out my own Folio Fox made me a great offer to leave I did and now I've been able to stretch myself and studied things that I never would have studied otherwise I'm talking about you know tax policy immigration policy politics I really enjoy the focus on policy as opposed you just business because now today policy really matters to the markets and policy really matters to business back then you know it didn't I mean during the nineties it was like Oh you know what stock should we buy based on the number of clicks to the website Sh- thrown out all fundamentals in terms of earnings and revenue growth and we were just get clicks to the website and it's interesting when you look back at things like that we saw it again in the housing boom and then the housing bust where we were expecting housing prices to go up up just because they kept going up you pick any any city Phoenix for example I remember in two thousand and six I believe it was home prices were up forty percent over year why we're home prices up forty percent was the population growing was the housing market getting better no none of that just we saw prices going up and we thought that it it would continue so I think it's really important when you're in a boom to say does this make sense you know is this really the way it should the bay or if it if it doesn't make sense than if it looks good to be true it probably is and so we learned that over and over again in these different you for periods I think it's called then I'll let you get enjoyable quiet I got off but one of the things Alex talks about that I love and that I think about all the time is he describes himself and he's described himself on this podcast as having Mojo and being with article and I think about you as someone a new who has those same two two things where you're incredibly disciplined in research but you have the grit and the Mojo to make things work I think so often you see in both view actually UC personalities not able to cross the transom from one network to another something worked in one place that didn't work in the next place I think Alex what you're doing on Fox and ESPN is extraordinary and unheard of nothing works accepted but tell me a little bit about your Mojo like what drives you what makes you go like what's the Maria of it all I mean I think you are bringing really shapes you I was born and raised in Brooklyn and I think I did learn a certain street savvy so that definitely is who I am so when I got down to the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and I started getting pushback from the guys on the floor I pushed back and I said you know what this better than you do I'm coming back I'm not going anywhere and so I think you do need to have that confidence and that belief in yourself to believe and actually accomplished something that belief that Mo Jo as you call it that's part of taking forward you've got to believe in yourself because if you don't believe in Herself I assure you no one else will and you know I think that being in Brooklyn and growing up my father's restaurant my whole family was there all the time the wrecks manner my grandfather actually my grandfather came from Italy in nineteen Oh six first thing he did was go fight in World War One and he came back and he built a rest strong literally built the restaurant he was a bricklayer in Italy they named it the wrecks the REX manner after the ship that he had taken back and forth to Italy it was called the rex and I was the coat check girl at that restaurant so I definitely started you know doing a lot working hard that is who I am definitely known as one of the hardest working people in the industry and I am a proud of that because my mother has always told me success comes through preparation and over prepare I love you remind me of great athletes when I think about the great athletes that I played with Edgar Martinez who's going into the hall of Fame Mariana era you think about the Jordan's is always a great preparation right I mean I always say that a full with a plan to genius without one every time and and you don't have to be the smartest with someone that great but you know when I think about you your father own the restaurant your mother was a hostess and helped C. C. Customers go to Nyu your New York all the way around with an Italian background what's fascinating to me is a little bit what Erica said you come from CNBC your rockstar there you go the Fox and I remember reading all it's not gonNa work at Fox and they're gonNA work at Fox while you're breaking records there now you're beating your opponent. CNBC would just fascinating not only in the weekdays but also on the weekends I guess my question to you 'cause I've watched them incredible interviews over the years because I'm a big fan of yours some of the great CEOS and they had trump just a few this past weekend but want to talk more on the Business Side C. E. O.'s maybe a few that you've really enjoyed in why and what makes them interview you know who I really like a lot is Jamie diamond he's real he tells you how it is you know that he's probably not lying to you I think when when people get questioned and then they don't actually answer the question audiences are really smart they're like he's lying to me he's not answering the question she's not during the question when you're straightforward sometimes people don't like the answer but they know they're getting the raw deal they're getting the truth and I think people appreciate that they just want the truth and so that's one thing I think that Jamie Dimon does I absolutely love Steve Schwartzman the chairman and CEO of blackstone because here's a guy who has gotten to the Michael of Wealth The pinnacle of success and he never forgets where he came from he's always so real as well I saw him the other night and he's just really personable he's a good man he gives so much money away he just gave three hundred and fifty million dollars to mit because he's just curious he was curious about Ai Mit a lot on artificial intelligence so you know people like that really they turn me on I mean it's like okay this guy's real brock Obama had a very special component about him he was an incredible or tour and I remember watching him when he was either in the White House or at events he was less trick he drew you in no matter if you don't like his policies you like his policies you know that he was among the best speakers that you're gonna find but I think CEO's mind advice to people coming up in the world and I think this is true to some of the CEO's that I admire very much is number one they love what they do and you know you see a guy like Henry Berg who ran Aig and then star he's almost ninety years old he's going into work everyday he's eating salmon and trying to stay alive forever nope never stops because he loves it I think you know you always have to do the right thing I mean your reputation follows you wherever you go and so I think it's the important for you to cherish your reputation and know that it's fragile and it's fleeting and so you need to love what you do and and do the right thing being and and work hard I certainly have followed have a follow because this is really interesting and this has happened so many times in my career where I've seen this Erica's where you you see a guy off camera and he's like how's Your Dad how's your mother house this House on all my goodness great and he's just charming and truthful and honest and all of a sudden this is such an important point because people forget sometimes that the best way to come across on camera is to be yourself over the years I've had so many they could've made because I'm here and I didn't go anywhere you WanNa be yourself you have to portray who you really are because like we were talking about earlier audiences see through it and when they think you're lying to them you're done they have they've stopped listening and so I think that that's one thing that CEOS and really I have to remember you have to be yourself be real because that is what resonates with Jimmy diamond not being completely upfront but some of these seals are running public companies what advice would you give if you do not want to lie to you Maria but yet you wanna be forthright what advice would you give those CEOS how to handle that and look I don't think there's anything wrong with saying you know what I don't have the answer to you right now I'm going to get back to you or you know what I can't really discuss that right now because it's under consideration and we're working through that right now but don't make something up and make believe that you have a different answer for something that is really not the truth I think the truth is really important and if you I can't answer that you can say you know what I'm not I can't go there because I'm in the middle of something right now about that and we're not talking about that but here's what I will say about that you know it's important tell a little bit about how you what's your method of how how do you get past the opaqueness and the smoke to get to a real story we we look at there's a lot at Barstool and I look at this a lot in the Internet whereby in the Internet if it's not real it's not gonNA work if you're packaging something nobody cares so how do you think of.
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on The Corp
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House Democrats subpoena Giuliani in Trump impeachment probe
"House Democrats have moved aggressively against president trump's personal attorney as part of their impeachment inquiry Rudy Giuliani's been at the heart of the president's efforts to get Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden's family on Monday they issued a subpoena to the former New York mayor for text messages phone records and other communications that they referred to as a possible evidence meanwhile Giuliani attempted to connect the dots of his investigation into the origins of the molar probe which eventually led him to the alleged corruption by Joe Biden's son he was pressed by fox's Maria Bartiromo on wine no indictments have come down the line the indictments hi Ashley this yesterday I mean where when we got to see bill Maher come out and explain to the American people how Donald Trump was free and then candidate trump and then president trump what about John dorms investigate this is taking so long because the American half of the country still thinks included you know that. Maria I have two very discreet about this but when my fellow Republicans criticize my doing this investigation. who was doing it. right into it. we have a we have a Senate. known by this corrosion join deep dive where is. issues I love winter I can't help but think the fact that he's an ex senator. at least fourteen men out there. twenty fifteen yeah yeah the facts about the about the about the conflict the massive conflict the factual been out there for commuter students write this book everything you say I understand this right however your challenges cutting through all of this how are you going to do that because now half the country thinks the presence going to be out of office and an impeached why must you want a pretty good job I would want to silence me if I was screwed up you think they would let me just keep going. I think I'm the first guy that a presidential campaign was stupid enough to say much financial I know why they do what they know I have the affidavits
Joe Biden's 2020 campaign is asking TV networks to not book Rudy Giuliani
"Rudy Giuliani won't stop I'm Dave Anthony fox news I think I'm the first guy that a presidential campaign was stupid enough to say what financial and president trump's personal attorney just told fox business network's Maria Bartiromo he's proud of it after Joe Biden's campaign urge TV networks to stop booking guiliani on their shows over his claims of biting wrongdoing in Ukraine which the president has two cranes leader to investigate that now infamous phone call well you testified when you're subpoenas coming by the way. now that's a very very difficult question for a warriors user for Adam Schiff who's leaving the house investigation president trump tweeted last night he wants to meet his accusers the whistle blower and whatever gave that person the information the president wrote was largely
"maria bartiromo" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
"Here to help and if you would please rate review and subscribe to the show coming up my conversation with maria bartiromo hosted three popular fox news in business shows this week headlines were dominated by robert muller was he quietly recommending commending impeachment by what he said and didn't say house democrats want to move ahead with impeachment at least a growing number do but there's a bigger story out there that is not getting covered in with maria bartiromo we're gonna find out what the real deal is the real scandal that still remains largely uncovered but won't furlong because of people like maria bartiromo but first when i look at the week ahead here's what to look look out for in addition to all that impeachment talk trade uncertainty raines is never before china deal look like a certainty several weeks ago now people are no longer certain that a deal can be reached a comprehensive agreement can be reached in the next few weeks so much uncertainty hurts the stock market it hurts the bond market it hurts business investment which means it's going to be a damper on their economy to reports coming out next week one on manufacturing another on services these come from purchasing managers they're seen as good indicators.