20 Burst results for "Mary Jordan"

"mary jordan" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on Amanpour

"Does must be curtailed that there's too many of these people. He calls it chain migration. She calls it bring her family in. So, look, what is. What is the value added in terms of the public public figure, and in terms of her influence on President Trump and What does she want? What does she want in life in her marriage in politics, because as you say. Love or hate depending on what you think of her husband and more to the point. She is a bit of a Sphinx. So it's maybe not even love or hate it, but just try to figure out who she is. Try to figure her out right. I think she's consequential. You know we we write about who defense secretary is, and who different people in the cabinet is well. It turns out. I've talked over one hundred people that she's the one who if you. WanNa be hired at the White House and you don't want to get fired. You have to be Baloney aside you know. She was critical in the selection of Mike Pence during the campaign as vice president, and you hadn't got an interesting reading reason. It came down to three candidates Chris Christie. Governor of New Jersey Former House speaker and Mike Pence FA INDIANA. She met for two days with the pences and trump her to do that because he trusts her, he says all these other people have different agendas, but now. I'm yeah, so he big personnel decisions, and she said to him after looking at who could be the number two for him, she said you know Hick Pence, because he's not that ambitious as the other two A, he'll be content to be number two. The others will be gunning for your job and you know we all know that Donald. Trump doesn't do co stars, and so he took that advice. It's really interesting because it makes you ask. You know is that also a self reflection, is she? That ambitious is or she? You know the person who finds himself in the situation you know goes along with it, and it meets her her needs, and I ask you this. Because one of the big reveals obviously. Is Answering. The whole world wanted to know when president trump was inaugurated, started out in the White House and she didn't join until June. That's about five or six months later, and the whole world thought that it was because her son Barron had to finish school year in New York, but you say no, because she was cannily re reopeing her pre-nup. Well, it was also very handy for Baron, so that was part of it, but the big news there was that. Trump famously says he's the best negotiator. No one can make a better deal than I can. He said that over and over again and he and he said all about leverage. When you have something, the other person wants and what was so interesting is it's very clear that Malania waited until she had leveraged. This was the moment when he really needed her because he hated the gossip about their marriage on rocks. You'll remember that. She swatted his hand away this time on a tarmac in Israel and was kind of vacant. He wanted her to come down. Join him in the White House. And at the same time she's putting pressure on him to get better. pre-nup a better financial deal. And the people that I talked to said she really got. At what she wanted and she said. What she wanted was an equal stake for Barron, too, the older three kids. Obviously looking out for for her son as a mother would and obviously having a lot of leverage, but I wanna ask you because you know there's a lot in the book and there's lots the people..

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A New Book Brings Melania Trump Into (Slightly) Better Focus

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:47 min | 5 months ago

A New Book Brings Melania Trump Into (Slightly) Better Focus

"Where is First Lady melania trump when her husband is so often front and center a clearer picture emerges from correspondent Tracy Smith in our Sunday morning cover story I will fight to protect you I am here president of law and order recently while president trump was talking law and order they've got to get tougher got to get stops on First Lady melania trump was tweeting about healing and peace so it's voluntary I have to do it and back in April when you're hesitant trump declined to wear a facemask I don't think I'm going to be doing it his wife put one on and urged others to do the same these are not the recommended guidelines to keep us all safe okay it's not exactly a palace coup and some might say not nearly enough to keep her husband's more controversial actions in check but either way according to a new book melania trump has more influence than you might think this is very different than the narrative that some people have painted that she is trapped I hope makes a crazy to say she's poor melania trapped she's not she is smart independent she will decide what she wants to do and she doesn't want to do melania trump thank you very much hello Sir prize winner Mary Jordan is the author of the art of her deal published by Simon and Schuster a Viacom CBS company of course you asked to interview melania for this book what happened basically no reply the trumps both of them make people who are around them sign non disclosure agreements they also I've quickly learned told people that knew Malani when she was young which is model to not talk the White House dismisses the book as fiction but Jordan says that after several years and more than a hundred interviews a clearer picture emerged of a woman who grew up dreaming of a life far away from her native say it needs us Lavigne she's a girl who grew up in a really small town and couldn't wait to get out she told everyone that I mean everyone I talked to in Slovenia said she couldn't wait to get out of this town she wanted to be where the action is at first young melania wanted to study architecture but she was persuaded that modeling was a better option and she found success doing mostly print work in Europe and later in New York City she what Donald Trump in two thousand five became a US citizen in two thousand six and eventually sponsored her mother and father Amalie and Victor to be U. S. citizens as well and how about chain migration about

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"mary jordan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Post reporter Mary Jordan writes that melania trump needed time to cool off after allegations of her husband's infidelities on the infamous access Hollywood tape during the campaign publicly she said she was staying in New York so their son Barron wouldn't be pulled from his school but in private Jordan writes Mrs trump we negotiated a less than generous prenuptial agreement part demanding that Barron be treated financially is more of an equal Mr trump's older children and that he'd have a place in the family business when he got older Jordan writes that she got it Peter king CBS news two forty at WCBS time for your next job if you thought that workers in technology had the most job security and that automation was a risk solely to workers in retail and manufacturing think again these days it's workers in the technology sector that are ironically worry the most about being replaced by automation nearly sixty seven percent of workers at U. S. tech companies are concerned about losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence machine learning and robotic software that's according to a new study by KPMG that compares to just forty four percent of workers outside of the tech sector that may be because tech workers have a clear understanding of the big changes that are coming and tech workers suddenly have other big concerns seventy percent of them say they're worried about their jobs being cut as a result of the pandemic and there's good reason for that fear US technology firms quietly cut one hundred twelve thousand jobs last month that's a record these are unsettling times in our country and our labor market and even tech industry workers are concerned about their future with your next job I'm Steven Greenberg for WCBS newsradio eight eighty do you have constipation with belly pain straining and bloating that keeps coming back take the five question got check to see if it could be more than occasional constipation it could be irritable bowel syndrome with constipation.

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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"mary jordan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Both ends by Saint Mary's Jordan hunter block, the shot initially by Paris Austin driving. They said that hunter had his arm straight up in the air. So they set up a legal block. And he's a guy that gets the block and he thinks everybody down the court. I mean, I can't happen. He gets a dunk at the other end because he runs everybody else. So. Bears a little discombobulated right now and the free throw line try to complete the three point play. And he does. Austin bringing it up and off Bradley. Matt working his way back toward the middle. Dribbling over the right, Gordon. His backed off from the left. Proudly steps into a three and drills. It. He's by far away. Cows best record SRI came in seven eleven to two one three quarters press. Fifty seven thirty five Ford gets bumped. How's that not a turnover? Heels ended up the ball back. Get their offense going forgot bumped hit the deck. And now Saint Mary's going to run their offense or catch shoot three right side front of the rim, and it's going to be a foul against Saint Mary's. We'll go the other way going to be on one hundred shoved in the back. Cantor. Threads back into the Gaels fourteen. Fifty one to go second half fifty seven thirty five Saint Mary's. Krebs replace Elijah Thomas. Gordon austin? Macneil, bradley. And Andre Kelly on the four for Cal. Bradley driving all the way in and it's a blocking foul on crabs. You got the worst of it down. Now help to his feet by his teammates. Got run over and he committed the foul got trucked. Grab a coat like one and Bradley had tried to shake off from this comfort in his right elbow. That's the off arm. Mentioned Bradley can provide a spark the bears need one. Now. The physical play by Matt. If you can get some work done from the free throw line. Sixty percent on the season. Tommy knocks down the first one. Now, it's got a good stroke. And then when he shooting jumpers you've got the powerful legs gives him elevation Israeli going to be a good player for the bears and just at the defensive end is where he's going to have to get better. And then recognition offensively as he makes his second free throw went to go when not to go all the way twenty point game fifty seven thirty seven Gaels now trying to get it going on the other end off some pressure from Cal Saint Mary's turns it over to cut into the hoop and the past couldn't be handled will sit down leak fits back in the pressure working for Callum did in that case, they had a guy going to the basket. I I've never been big on two handed passes. When you got the ball over your head tend not to be real accurate, Bradley if not found that Kelly in the lane, spins right? Head shot halfway down out. For the bears that'll be Saint Mary's ballboy that one the weather's gonna go down. And that was a nice move Kelly's got really good footwork. And he can spend quick he's got the big body. And you just didn't get the role which is to that pressure stays defensively for Cal. Out of bounds. Last touch by. Cal State Gaels ball. Forty four. Krebs over gonna inbound. Sideline. Gets it in Cousy. Huseyin Ford is to his right play. A little game of catch now to go. The other way reds to fits without Ford left. Alone wide open three right wing good. Sixty thirty seven Gaels under fourteen to go just overly rotating. You'd have to know where Ford is on that back side. So you can't go all the way into the paint. If you're that offside defender Bradley one bounce in drills a free on the right wing that Bradley get some offense done here in the second half of the bears. Seven straight for him, sixty forty. Who's the up top direction of fits instead goes left grabs now fits free throw line extended corner. Krebs open look up from the rebound, Gordon. Go up ahead hands McNeil on the left side to the hot hand, Bradley. Perhaps trying to cover them up. Matt tried to get around and crabs is gonna commit the foul. Just sense. They're the mad is going to take it himself. So while he's doing his thing. The other four guys are kinda watching got to be a little careful. You got to be selective in that situation. Foe to replace the standard Fred's. Austin Limbaugh and on the baseline. Left the paint into Bradley. Matt shake in right in the eye of ho two drills. Another deep ball sixty forty three broaching thirteen minutes to go at ten straight for. He's got a great stroke could feel going right now. The pressure. Got this started. And is taken Saint Mary's out of that sweet offensive rhythm. They've enjoyed all night. Busy flipping it. Back. Fits has got the top circles. One extra pass down to the corner. Ford rattles down and outs. Paris with the rebound. Come the other way right to left bears. Gordon, corner McNeil. No rebound fits and a whistle. And we're gonna get Kelly with foul now fits me, rich. I had to pass the ball until I found Matt Bradley. Okay. Score ten straight got the hot hand. I know other guys wanna shooting they're open. But right now, go find him. Vanover ensuing back in. Vanover Gordon suing Austin. And McNeil the five on the floor for the bears sports. Got it. With the pressure from Cal that the left side, flip it over Fitch step up launch a three from a left wing and hit it attacked the press that time Ford made it happen wide. Open three point shooter on the rainy found him in a set shot three back to twenty sixty three forty three. Slept corner. Gordon gets bumped. No whistle Gordon hits the deck and on we play Ford coming back your way. Who is he left wing goes corner? Fo- to van over covers them up. It doesn't matter fact back three to the Gaels sixty six forty three Saint Mary's. Let him fifty to go second out at least that was a challenge. Three by Connor. Boston. His way towards the leopard dump down to ban over. Instead. It's intercepted by hunter. And now they give it right back soon gonna come right back in Justice strong to the hoop. It's fouled by hunter. And that will get us to the other twelfth time out Levin thirty three to go in the ballgame. Saint Mary's sixty six cow forty three caliber sports network from learfield. John remember getting us as a kid feel that way again with the Honda clarity plug in.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That's built a two hundred two hundred. Okay. Here we go some bites eight eight eight nine just illustrate what happened on ABC yesterday. Here is Stephanopoulos across social media hate speech in anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president untrammelled by traditional norms of civility traditional norms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blame to go around on both sides here. But for the media took totally claim that got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to read us of much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years is helped foment this. Oh, yes. He says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They they damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny it. This is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want the rhetoric to be calm. But.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Eight eight eight and nine just illustrate what happened on ABC yesterday. Here is Stephanopoulos costs social media, hate speech and anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president on travel by traditional norms of civility traditional norms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blamed Nagoya round on both sides here. But for the media to totally claim they've got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC put specific responsibility on the president. And he has an obligation to try to read us a much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years is help foment this. Oh, yes. He says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny it. This is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want it to be.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Here we go soundbites eight eight eight and nine just illustrate what happened on ABC yesterday. Here is Stephanopoulos across social media, hate speech and anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president untrammelled by traditional norms of civility traditional forms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blamed Nicole round on both sides here. But for the media to totally claim that got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to rid us of much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years has helped foment this. Oh, yes. He says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They they damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny it. This is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want them to be calm. But I don't think that the American viewers are looking at President Trump is a murder. Swath? Here's what I said. He is responsible for fomenting and using rhetoric that causes people to feel like that is normalized. So when Bossert calls them out. Oh, yeah. I don't think Trump's responsible for looking at visit murder. All we didn't say that. No. We didn't say that Matthew Dowd, but he is responsible for his own for the rhetoric that led to the murder. No, they all they when when they're when they're confronted with what they're actually saying they pull back and deny it. Anyway, sit tight because we're coming right back. I'm.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"News, traffic and weather at the top of the hour on NewsRadio. Wait. Okay. Here we go somebody's eight eight eight and nine straight. What happened on ABC yesterday? Here is Stephanopoulos across social media hate speech in anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president untrammelled by traditional norms of civility traditional norms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blamed the go around on both sides here. But for the media to totally claim they've got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to read us a much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years is help foment this all yes, he says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They they damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny it. This is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want the rhetoric to become, but I.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Page, but guests. Okay. Here we go some bikes. Eight eight eight and nine just illustrate what happened on ABC yesterday. Here is Stephanopoulos across social media hate speech in anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president untrammelled by traditional norms of civility traditional norms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blamed Nicole round on both sides here. But for the media to totally claim that got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to rid us of much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years is helped foment this all yes, he says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They they damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny it. This is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want to rhetoric to be calm. But.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on KNSS

"Right here on. Okay. Here we go some bikes. Eight eight eight and nine just illustrate what happened on ABC yesterday. Here is Stephanopoulos across social media hate speech in anti-semitism are rampant and on the rise all against the backdrop of the ugliest political climate in modern times at the center and unapologetically incendiary president untrammelled by traditional norms of civility traditional norms of civility. They do. Another Trump is a reactionary. He's reacting to the way they treat him. There may be blamed the goal round on both sides here. But for the media to totally claim they've got nothing to do with this is absurd. Now, here's Matthew Dowd. This guy, formerly a George W Bush Republican now he's gone off to the dark side on ABC would put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to rent of much of this tribalism. And I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years has helped foment this. Oh, yes, he says all Trump's fault all of this is Trump's fault. And the media wants to be exempted from any impact. They they damn well wanna think they influence opinion and shape the outcome of elections. But they don't want to be held any kind of responsible for what people do the same time that seems incongruous to me here when they when they get called out on this. They deny this is a montage Tom Bossert who former national security adviser and Stephanopoulos, and Mary Jordan of the Washington Post. I want rhetoric to be calm. But I don't think that the American viewers are.

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United States, Mary Jordan and Komo discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 2 years ago

United States, Mary Jordan and Komo discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"That election was dead even in the country has been since then a red and a blue country and people never talked about red states and blue states until then and we increasingly we hear we turn on stations that we want to listen to we don't really hear the other side we live in places with people like us there's even signs that we're not marrying people from other political parties now people are increasingly tribal and that's a that's kind of a big issue because people don't even wanna talk to each other you know it's not the united states of america it's the divided states of america marry the is wonderful thanks so much for sharing with us and again that's mary jordan you could read it and washington post dot com the article is the latest sign of political divide shaming and shunning public officials and mary jordan was speaking with komo's tom hutler the special counsel investigating russian election meddling digging deeper into trump ally and blackwater founder erik prince abc's aaron katersky with more eric prints may be this country's most wellknown private military contractor but he has come under scrutiny for an alleged effort to establish it back channel between the trump administration and the kremlin prince has denied it but it's now told abc news he has given the special counsel total access to his phone and computer lebaneseamerican businessman named george nader has said he set up a meeting in the seychelles between prince and a putin ally prince has described it as a chance encounter over a beer prince also faces questions over business deals with.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on KOMO

"November election in november twenty twenty isn't twenty twenty what am i gonna do now and so they feel that you know to be silenced complicit but of course the problem is is that when this happens and i can tell by the hundreds of emails i've had just just today from people saying that they're it's disgraceful how these liberals are acting i mean in many senses the democrats some democrats feel that trump is specifically and strategically whipping this up and then of course just as he blames the media now he's gonna blame those crazy liberals for they won't even let thera sanders have dinner on saturday with their family in your article mary jordan's with this from the washington post you quota and historian is saying that to say tribal moment what did he mean by that well it's a the fact that the increasingly and it's i think it's probably traced to many people say to the two thousand election when it was exactly even you know gore that election was dead even in the country has been since then a red and a blue country and people never talked about red states and blue states until then and we increasingly we hear we turn on stations that we want to listen to we don't really hear the other side we live in places with people like there's even signs that we're not marrying people from other political parties now people are increasingly tribal and that's a that's kind of a big issue because people don't even wanna talk to each other you know it's not the united states of america it's the divided states of america marry the articles.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This afternoon almost sixteen months into the trump presidency milania trump unveiled her first initiative is first lady called be best her campaign focus is on childhood wellbeing fighting opioid abuse in fighting cyber bullying my hope that together we can be best a topping children and families find affective ace to educate themselves and support each other a masking you all to join me in providing support and guidance to our children so that we can make a real difference how race and educate our children when variety of topics would provide the blueprint for the next generation together let's encourage children to dream big think big and do all they can to be best in everything that they do the president joined the first lady on stage after her speech the event comes a day after the washington post published a story about the couple titled inside milania trump's complicated white house life separate schedule different priorities join me now is mary jordan one of the reporters sharing the byline on that story also with us trump i prefer michael dantonio mary let me start with you you report that the president of first lady lead very separate lives at sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue what more can you tell us well i think it's striking that there's basically a defacto wall between the west wing and the oval office where the president is and the east wing where she has her office we've talked all kinds of people and they just say that you normally there's a more give and take they just have a very separate lives and it why does it matter i mean i think because right now that the headlines are dominated by two women that said they had an affair with him her support if he runs again as he said he wouldn't twenty twenty is going to matter.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

"One they've started a project with alzheimer's researchers the goal is to figure out how and why strings of amino acids fold to become three d proteins scientists believed that mis folded proteins may be behind alzheimer's also parkinson's cystic fibrosis huntington's and other diseases so understanding the folding mechanism is a first step toward coming up with treatments demos hospices also trying to work with the strana mors to use machine learning for the discovery of new planets and new particles one thing mary jordan wanted to know was wear hustle basijis human beings fitting into the universe i think humans occupy a very special place in the universe as far as we know we haven't discovered any alien life so where the only sold a fully conscious beings in the universe and i think that's very key i mean we have to we have to figure out what consciousness is but i think it was called and said you know we're we're we're like waking up the universe right so the universe is kind of you know huge but it doesn't have it's hasn't had any selfawareness unless you know that's what we bring to the universe so i think humans have an extraordinary kind of unique par in the universe from from that perspective and that conversation led to one about god because when you're talking to someone who spends so much time thinking about the nature of the universe well it seems worth asking house abyss said he couldn't really give an answer in the time remaining but then he added.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

"If they're going to break your leg once when you go in that place stay out of there and then along companies differential experiences that you don't look for you don't plan for but boy you better not miss him dennis has abyss was born in nineteen seventy six around the time the first gaming consoles were born in important historical coincidence and a harbinger of things to come but long before hospice became a star video and computer game developer or a neuroscientist or a leading thinker about artificial intelligence and consciousness and the universe because why not he was a chess prodigy at thirteen in fact he was the number two chess player in the world in his age group and chess is where this coversation began between washington post journalist mary jordan and damas hospice for the academy of achievement in march of two thousand eighteen do you remember when you first said you know i'm pretty good at chess yes hard for me to you know chess is something like i've always known how to do so i learned i learned when i was four years old and i don't even remember learning i highly might be told off 'cause i sold my dad and my uncle play a game a chess and they would just normal to players and apparent i saw them playing and i also to play and they thought well we'll just you know human me and just teach me the rules and then a couple of weeks later you know beating both of them and and then they might add for well better maybe we should take him to chess club and they sort of went from there really so i've always and then all my youth i was always captain of my age group for the national team and usually playing with much older kids and so i've i've sort of had the chest part of me is being a big hole part of my my upbringing and who i am.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

"It's full of energy shall we say you were about to say and the funny thing is about this worrying your husband was say oh i just it just it's part of my psyche it's just it's something i do i think as i've grown older i mean i would always kind of argue that had i been older i could never have gotten through washington that what got me through washington was youth and when you're young you know you're just you're right and all those old people are wrong in and it kind of protects you when we're young were almost invincible and there is something to be said about youth and having that incredible energy this is a funny cartoon book it's called think like a child so i think is an artist you never want to grow up you want to keep that pure almost innocent way of creating things and that is really important that you have to one you're making something there's absolute it's hard but then there's as pure joy and that is kind of the creative adrenaline that fuels and waste it fuels me like i get so excited just in my studio just coming up with new ideas it's like your kid in a candy store is there any tricks for people who are older to get that up out of their heads will pay can think like a thai it's never too late to tow just start making things and no one should be intimidated oh i can't draw straight line no one should be intimidated think of it is a voice like he might not be a great singer but sometimes we all harden i mean do to ensure be the same way making things should be the same way it's a language and to deprive yourself of that language i think it it just it's shuts down a part of who we are as a as as a species and you don't need to find a reason for everything you make art is in the end part magic myelin says and we should leave it that way you can find out more about myelin and her work at achievement dot org she was interviewed for the academy of achievement by documentary filmmaker earth dress nn and the washington post's mary jordan please take a moment to leave the serb review on i tuned or wherever you find great podcasts and spread the love our hashtag.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

"Decide size sidebyside low buses if they're going to break your leg once when you go on that place they're out of there and then anlong companies differential experiences that you don't look for you don't plan for but boy you better not from this in 1968 jimmy page pulled together robert plant john barnum and john paul jones to form led zeppelin and very quickly they became one of the most dominant forces in rock and roll both further epic live performances and for their creative complex approach to recording albums they laid the groundwork for hard rock acid rock heavy metal and basically much of the rock music that followed jimmy page was both guitarist and producer but long before he learned his way around a studio he learned to play the guitar he told the story in october of this year two thousand seventeen when he was honored by the academy of achievement and sat down to talk about his life in music with journalist mary jordan my parents moved health allows about eight un there was a again hollows left behind at the house and it was a the account fog utah other so the cowboy one with this sort of whole and it it couldn't be kuta for men cobi taught it had still strings on it which is pretty interesting zoom review found one of those guitars around it might have the nylon strings is still strings and hit it fortunately didn't get furner why is that have been there for for quite a while at the house and.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on WWL

"Right number i think you said forty women running for governorships n next year in the coming years right um and we'd never seen anything like that because there have been a course women governors but still it's a largely a man's club as his congress um so this huge spike really tells you something because of course a governorship he is often a springboard was for bill clinton and many other issued white house um what also jumped doubted you as you were kind of pulling all this together when he started to realise i guess the number of women who had expressed interest ran and won well i think that we have money hand while this is very interesting and substantial especially when you look at the large number of first time women running for office but i i guess i also would say that remember these are state legislatures this is not congress this is what's gonna go on and stayed houses and there is still a lot i mean nothing really has changed in congress nothing you know where where a lot of the action is happening and i don't know how long or if it will bubble up this kind of diversity that we're seeing about immigrants and latinos and people from vietnam and peru and liberia i mean it's pretty incredible how quickly things are changing in the state houses but it's a huge leap to go from what's going on in la in him montana or in seattle washington to the nation's capital we speak with mary jordan at the washington post's national correspondent she's written a piece entitled women racked up victories across the country tuesday it may be only the beginning now those interesting taking the uh that the political parties out of its just observing from say a.

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"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mary jordan" Discussed on What It Takes

"Langer talks about all of them the biotech entrepreneurs and the teachers of the next generation with the kind of adoring pride of father has for his children his six hundred children so far they are part of what he considers his greatest legacy but that legacy is still evolving because langer is far from finished he sixty eight as i record this podcast and is involved in to mind blowing areas of research nanotechnology and regenerative medicine were tissue engineering as he told interviewer mary jordan the idea for applying nanotech to medicine came to him years ago in one of those a hamas he was watching a tv show about microchips in the computer industry and where i probably would have thought time to make popcorn robert langer thought wow those microchips could be very neat for making time release drug implants a couple of decades of hard work later and langer is again pioneering the future while there's there's a couple of futures fulltime relish madison maybe maybe more than a couple but one future that were working on us that you could take a pill may be once we may be even once a month maybe once a year also were doing stuff on what i'll call smarter pills or smarter implants where you could you know even have electronic components and in some of these systems so you could actually do remote control drug delivery or maybe wouldn't even need to do that at all you'd have a system that could deliver sent something in the body and deliver the drug in response to say glucose in and insulin us.

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