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"mazar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Photo ops and sound bites at every break inside the courtroom. Trump was on trial for inflating the of value his assets by billions of dollars a year to do banks and insurers something he denied repeatedly outside the courtroom. The banks got back their money again there was never a default it was never a problem everything was perfect there was no crime the crime is against Trump left for Florida during the lunch break on Wednesday his departure duly noted by Attorney General Letitia James. I will not be bullied so Mr. Trump is no longer here the Donald Trump show is over this was nothing more than a political stunt a raising stop. Joining me from the courthouse is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hurtado who's covering the trial and has witnessed the so -called Donald Trump show. Tell us about it Pat. So it's been on a spectacle the entire courthouse was cordoned off with barricades and streets were sealed off and the press was basically held in the courtroom hostage until President Trump came and went we couldn't leave during break he would come out repeatedly and literally a foot outside the front door of the main entrance of the courtroom he would hold a press conference and basically make all kinds of comments he would call the New York Attorney General's lawsuit they quote and quote scam and that she's a scam artist and say kinds of unflattering things about everybody and how about man the quality of evidence and how he has beautiful properties that it should have never been made public because it's it's a privately held company but now that everyone's seen how much money and the value of his assets is they should be very impressed so it's quite bizarre what you're watching as a reporter normally knows that no one comes out and makes comments are put outside the door and no one would probably get away with it either but he has until finally he made some comments posted them on truth social service suggesting that the judges law clerk who is advisor on the law was basically a girlfriend to the gag order that no one was going to be posting things on social media about his staff tell us about the opening statements and how the Attorney General's office sort of laid out its case you know it's not a criminal trial there's no smoking gun and drama and blood and guts and witnesses crying on the stand this is a very dry civil trial that has to do about the valuation of assets and it's also a bench trial so everything's sort of at a higher plane it's not for the common man who might be sitting on the jury it's basically being told to the judge who's already made a ruling finding Trump liable for fraud on one of the seven claims so they laid out their case basically they assert the same thing that they allege in the lawsuit that look at these properties you know Seven Springs in Bedford New York was supposed to be this great place with seven mansions that were valued at 35 million dollars ignoring the fact that there were easements on the property that prohibited any development and therefore these mansions at 35 million for a total of like 161 million would have never been built and didn't exist. And in the defense opening statements did they make arguments about valuations that the judge already rejected in his order recall them fantasy rather than reality? Yes a lot of it the judges already Trump's sanctioned lawyers for repeating arguments that he's already rejected and the judge would interrupt them and say I've already rejected that argument and they would continue. I always tell my friends you know court isn't as dramatic as you see it on TV you know lawyers you know most of the time they behave themselves and there's no melodrama but in this case it seemed like his legal team was basically playing for the audience is one who happened to be sitting there as the former 45th president of the United States. And during witness the testimony were there several tense moments or dramatic moments? There's been several moments where there's almost the drama that you don't expect the histrionics you don't expect the play acting you don't expect and there's been a little bit of that from the defense table you know at one point Donald Bender is former the Mazars accountant longtime accountant for Donald Trump's company he would submit these statements of financial condition and he was basically relying as is typical papers submissions and put forward by the Trump organization he said we don't go and drill down and find out if the numbers are accurate we rely on the client to give us accurate information. So Trump's lawyers were basically cross examining him and it's like when did you stop beating your wife type questions and the judge interrupted one of the Trump lawyers and said I'm sorry you know Mr. Bender is on not trial here and they said we reciprocally object and there were four lawyers sitting at the Trump table and all four of them stood up I object I object I object I object and the judges you know your objection is noted and he basically said who you're playing for are you playing for the audience the idea what is this for because you know it was way out of bounds from what you expect a typical civil fraud trial and people misbehave and people get emotional I can understand that but it was a little and unusual there was another time the same witness Donald Bender has a Brooklyn accent and he tends to mutter and drop his voice so we're straining to hear in this very large courtroom and he wouldn't speak into the mic and one of the lawyers for Trump stood up and and said I'm sorry your honor because witness the speak into the microphone and Trump is very animated and he says I can't hear I can't hear him and you know it's kind of unusual that the defendant would just shout it out in the middle of a courtroom and then Trump started mugging like you know I don't know I can't hear a word he's saying and then he started pointing at his ear so there's been this sideshow you know between the security that's extraordinary for a courtroom where you're held hostage and you can't get up to leave until he leaves and then the defendant is standing outside ten minutes and having a press conference and you can't leave until the security says
"mazar" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Back with zeb ornstein director of international affairs of the city of David foundation in Jerusalem. This is an organization doing very important work and not only in archeology, but also in education. And zab, we were talking about these amazing discoveries of seals and coins, now the city of David sort of tourist office, if you will, was right up there and people, I guess, would stop by to get information, but then an anthropologist named Amelia mazar came up to you and told you you got to move this office, right? Talk about that and talk about why and what she was getting at. So 2005, doctor eilat mazar world renowned archeologists, world renowned archeologists. She comes into our visitor center. And she says to us, you need to move your offices. We ask her why. She says beneath your feet, you will find the palace of king David. That's one of those moments. What do you say to that? So he said, doctor masar, people have been digging in the city of David for the last nearly 150 years. No one's ever said that before. What makes you so certain this is the place. She says very simply the city of David is a city on a hill. And if you're going to have a palace in a city on a hill, where will you find a palace, the top of the hill says this is the top of the city of David, this is where you'll find the palace of king David. We said doctor mazar with all due respect, maybe 3000 years ago, in the time of David, maybe people build their palaces at the bottom of the hill, maybe in the middle of the hill. We're not going to move our visitor center simply because for you to be queen today, you would build your palace right here. So what else do you have to support your theory? She shows us something, found about 60 years before a royal phoenician capital that would have stood atop an ancient columnar pillar, and she says, this proves that this is a location of king David's palace. So what's the connection? He said, well, if you know the Bible, you wouldn't ask questions like that. And we said, well, help us out. And she says, well, the first thing David does after conquering Jerusalem and making this capital is he reaches out to his neighbors in the north, the Phoenicians. And the second Samuel chapter 5 11 it speaks of how the Phoenicians were the ones who come and build king David's palace, which is why we find phoenician stone masonry in the city of David. So she now begins to dig with the Israel antiquities authority, and they find at the base of the walls, massive thick walls, 20 feet thick, thicker than the walls of The White House.
"mazar" Discussed on Brain Inspired
"Binocular vision to spot changes in a maze far away. Once you've got the fog in there, humans become quite dumb like rats. They just don't try to remember where all these edges are mazar and they show the same sort of Arab patterns. Dumb like rats. I thought the story was that we're supposed to appreciate animal intelligence a lot more than we do. But you're saying perhaps perhaps that's not the case. Yeah, maybe I'm a bit overly done like rats. We didn't try to get rats to do human things. Whereas if the rats had built mazes for us, we'd look like unbelievably dumb. We couldn't believe we couldn't smell the cheese at a distance. So we just have to so before we move on, just what's next on that project? I mean, do you have, does this tell you anything about the way an AI agent should be built or how to build intelligent agents? Or is it more a story about the nature of our own navigational abilities? It tells us that last book partly about how we what sort of algorithms might explain the way humans would solve a maze in a scenario like this. So that's one framing. But your question about AI, I think, is a good one. What does this tell us about AI and developing those? And you did use a really nice raising your Z took three very clean for that exact reason. Very the simplistically created models we could with no bells and whistles. We really wanted to have very simple algorithms, see what they did. The takeaway I came away from this that I'm still very interested in is this idea of creating algorithms that match the stupidity of humans or the genius together. That genius and stupidity, a lot of the work, if you look at the beautiful work at a DeepMind that I've been following because I know that I had my period in LM requires lab overlap with them as a service. So I saw the rise of DeepMind and a lot of that's incredible showing these slight better than the best world chess expert better than the best go player now. So we can show AI can do things at a super high level.
"mazar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Accounting firm mazars group halted work for binance and other crypto firms reports the group does are meant to demonstrate that the companies hold the necessary reserves needed to cover any potential surge of customer withdrawals. Zhao, who goes by his initials, CZ, has insisted repeatedly that binance doesn't misuse customer funds like FTX allegedly did, and then his exchange can process whatever amount of withdrawals come its way. Stocks ended lower on Wall Street as worries grow that the Federal Reserve and other central banks are willing to bring on a recession if that's what it takes to get inflation under control. Former treasury secretary Larry summers said that the latest UN inflation numbers were encouraging and that the coming likely recession may arrive later than previously thought. Yeah, look, I think we are in better shape than I thought we were. But I think those are good numbers. Summers speaking there with David Westin on Bloomberg Wall Street week. For the week, the S&P 500 fell 2.1%. The Dow lost 1.7% the NASDAQ down 2.7% this week. Year to date with only two weeks left to go in the trading year, the S&P is down 19.2%. The Dow was down 9.4% and the NASDAQ is down 31.6% so far this year. The hybrid work week is taking hold with many people staying home at least twice a week, but it's not on the deja might think Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons takes a look. Many companies are encouraging workers to come into the office Tuesday through Thursday and spend Mondays and Fridays at home. WFH research took a look and finds Friday is the most popular day to stay at home with Thursday, not Monday, the second choice. It's a finding that has puzzled the experts, and it shows how work patterns continue to shift nearly three years into the pandemic. I'm Nancy Lyons, Bloomberg, radio. As Blizzard Entertainment looks toward the future, it's returning to the past. The video game developer and publisher is bringing back Chris metzen, once one of the company's most prominent writers and designers to work as an adviser
"mazar" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"It's never gotten off the ground. And from the very beginning, we've struggled with this. And now, of course, now we have some guidelines that are add some confusion. And actually now send a mixed message because, you know, we made a big announcement or the president made a big announcement about purchasing half a billion diagnostic tests. And then the CDC today says, well, use it, I guess, if you feel it's important. But by the way, if it's negative, it doesn't mean very much because you still have to wear a mask. And so that also adds to the confusion as well. So we really have to define our algorithms around testing, define our algorithms about how we're going to ration ration these very limited Therapeutics on top of all the vaccine advocacy that we need. Doctor mazer, I mean, do you see, do you seek omicron being controlled with testing? And without enough tests, it just seems like unlikely that can happen. Yeah, I think it would be very challenging to have enough tests to really control the spread in a population level. You know, we see in places like England and Germany that have really abundant testing, they're unable to control the spread completely, even if the testing is providing some benefit, and even now the UK, you know, there's reports that they're having shortages of tests, even though they have had an enormous and free supply of testing. So omicron is just blowing through almost any testing supply. We have doctor raised, what do you think universities in schools should be doing with their test? To help the greater good. Yeah, I think a lot of universities and schools, I should say, by the way, I'm speaking my own opinion, not my employer. You know, a lot of universities and schools have done a lot of surveillance testing of asymptomatic their young asymptomatic populations to try to keep people safe in these dorm settings and close knit quarters. But now a lot of the universities and even a lot of workplaces have mandatory vaccination, which is great, and they're getting everyone or nearly everyone vaccinated. And so I think given that scenario of relatively healthy young people who are almost entirely vaccinated, it's not the most effective use of testing. You could be helping those out in the community. I mean, nursing homes still struggle with testing, high risk people who live at home, you know, who may want people around them tested, have struggled. And so, you know, we could be diverting, especially the PCR capacity, because that's very limited. We can't easily expand our PCR lab based capacity. So if we can really route those to the most needy people, it would really be helpful. And Benjamin mazar, doctor mazar, doctor hotez, appreciate it. Thank you ahead. It's being called unprecedented severe weather trapping hundreds of people all night on a major interstate. Imagine being stuck in that, right back with an update on the race to clear the highway after some people spent more than 24 hours in icy gridlock. Have a good day, behave yourself. Like, she goes to work at three and a afternoon and sometimes gets off at midnight. She works a lot.
"mazar" Discussed on Ultraflex Football
"Relatively easy for me. I just let's see. That is such a reach on the ADP, but I mean, in my rankings, and I don't even disagree. I don't want to go for Tyler Lockett. I definitely want to go wide receiver here. I already got my third QB. I want to go wider receiver. I don't want to go Tyler Lockett. Michael Gallup makes some sense, but he's going to be injured and this is still one of the starting players for our roster. So yeah. I'm not going cordell Patterson. Like I said, I'm not going running back. So if you go down the list, the next guys are David bell, Alec pierce, what about a guy? Robert Woods as a bounce back candidate. Yeah, that would be fine, but this late in the draft. I'm shooting for upside. And I think, I mean, it's not that late in the draft, but this is a starting guy, and I think that if one of these guys has big time touchdown potential and who knows, I mean, he might get the yards too. I'm just going to take the take the guy. Ellen lazard. It's not sexy. It doesn't feel great. But Rogers right now. Yeah, Rogers has to throw it to somebody out there. And we know Sammy Watkins is going to be good week one. And after that, he's probably going to get hurt or if he even makes a team. There's some talk. I think I saw an ESPN article that said, he's in jeopardy, not even making the team potentially. So yeah. I know Randall Cobb's going to be there. They got the draft of Christian Watson in a second. Vacated targets often go to the running backs. So Aaron Jones is looking pretty good to get some targets there. But Al mazar is proven with Rogers that he can score some touchdown. So I feel good about that pick. After my pick, team 7 goes Michael Carter, team 8, David bell, team 9 chase Edmonds and then mister Anthony with the 1110 your last year. Is it going to be
"mazar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Power that should be that should be prosecuted Principally where individual firms are merging to get excessive market shares in particular industries and the budgets of those agencies have been allowed to erode in ways that are quite damaging What I think is badly misguided and potentially dangerous to our economic future is the set of doctrines that people jokingly refer to as hipster antitrust or the new brand dicey in after justice brandeis That's a theory that says antitrust shouldn't be about maximizing benefits to consumers but should be about some other difference set of abstract objectives And I think that tilts very easily into a kind of dangerous populism If the head of the antitrust division thinks that there are mergers that are headed towards monopoly he should try to block those mergers If the head of the antitrust division believes that there are companies that are engaged in inappropriate exclusionary business practices he should prosecute those companies But I don't understand what his argument is that whether a firm is owned by public shareholders or private equity shareholders should be dispositive If you saying that all the private equity firms are colluding on particular deals I understand that argument and if he can prove that argument it would obviously be a serious problem But it frankly sounded rather like some of the populist rhetoric that the FTC commissioner Lena Khan has engaged in And I think it's very important that we have antitrust policy based on facts based on economic science based on consumers not on a kind of generalized feeling of hostility and outrage towards business And I'm frankly worried about that Okay one quick one here at the end There was a big objection from the shareholders to Jamie Dimon's compensation It was a $50 million bonus that they were going to pay him They really objected to What did you think of that Look I think taxes ought to be more progressive And so Jamie Dimon Jamie Dimon and everyone else who makes a lot of money ought to be paying more in taxes There ought to be much harder for them to pass large fortunes to their kids But God if you look at what Jamie Dimon has contributed to the market value of the share owners of JPMorgan I don't think there's anything unreasonable about his being paid and making as much money in a year as a really great pro golfer And so I was surprised at those objections I think the way to get at issues of inequity is to have more progressive taxation more burdensome taxation on a state get rid of a whole set of loopholes but driving people out of leading public companies into the private sphere away from public companies I don't think that's smart strategy for our country Okay thank you so much Always great to have you with us That's Larry summers of Harvard our very special contributor here on Wall Street week Coming up you already know about the long list of risks you're facing right now but is there one you might be missing One that is literally out of this world This is Wall Street week on Bloomberg I'm Tim Steven Join us for the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week This week's cover story the long slow death of Lehman Brothers is almost complete Underneath all of this are these people that are kind of overseeing the corpse of Lehman Brothers last we've got a great lineup of CEOs from H and R block carrier Sonos and new balance Bloomberg businessweek with Carol mazar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven tomorrow morning at 8 On Bloomberg 11 three O the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com If.
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same
ZOA's David Schoen Addresses Pending Suit Against Steve Bannon
"Well I mean you've got it all in a nutshell What you just said let me be clear from the beginning since we've got a pending case here I don't generally address pending cases But I am addressing this case because I think I have an obligation to respond because the attorney general Garland saw fit to issue a press release on Friday after mister Bannon was indicted And in it he said that the charges against mister Bannon reflected department of justices steadfast commitment to pursuing equal justice under the law I can't think of much that's further from the truth than that This is in no way the pursuit of equal justice under law to put it in perspective by the way for people since 2008 have been referred for criminal contempt And that's what mister Bennet is charged with criminal contempt to the Justice Department Not one of them was ever charged with criminal contempt Lois learner Eric holder Harriet Myers Josh Bolton all across the board politically This is what we're seeing today from the Biden administration from this Congress is the politicization of the criminal process for a vindictive reasons And what they did in those other cases and three of the four is they had a dispute over whether the document should be turned over And so they initiated a civil enforcement action to get a judge to decide whether they should be turned over That's all mister Bennett asked for here From a president Trump invoked executive privilege mister Bannon's lawyer received a letter directing him not to appear and not to turn over any documents because privilege has been invoked His lawyer advised him to honor that mister Ben wanted to honor that for the former president because it clearly does apply former president We know from the case Nixon versus general service administration a former president Ken invoked privilege and it's very important privilege in the mazars case The court said this is a privilege of the highest sanctity executive privilege Why Because the president of the United States has to be able to speak freely to advisers even if they're no longer on the staff We often call that president often calls on former advisers because their wealth of knowledge they knew something then They know something now and they're kept in
"mazar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Is the Glenn Beck problem of Olympic problem. The Glenn Beck program. Sorry I was reading about the problems over in the Middle East as I'm talking to you. Let me uh, let me let me just play NBC guests that is openly admitting that yeah, the State Department is blocking flights. And I just spoke with the communications director of Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut right now are 19 American citizens and their families and 40 s ivy holders and their families. Those will be translators who worked with the United States military. That are waiting to fly out of Mazar I Sharif on those charter planes that is being held up by the State Department and the White House. I want to repeat that it is the State Department and the White House. I also heard that Senator Blumenthal at a tractor parade today in western Connecticut had constituents complaining about how the vitamin inspiration is fumbling. And failing in terms of helping these Afghans get out of the countries. These are allies and this is a growing political problem for President Biden. It is not going to go away. He and Secretary Blinken must address it. Uh huh. So there you have. When? When somebody starts to jockey for position. They're all starting to go. Wait a minute. I'm not going to be part of this fallout. I want to be part of the solution and they're all starting to scramble and they will rat on each other, and I'm glad they are. I'm glad they are. Um, thank you for coming out with with all of that. Do we have to let.
"mazar" Discussed on Bobkast
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"mazar" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"While there are limits to what we can do without personnel on the ground without an airport with normal security procedures in place. We are working to do everything in our power to support those flights. And to get them off the ground. Yeah, I don't really know what that means, because whatever is within their power is obviously not good enough has not been good enough for eight days. Taliban holding these people effectively hostage for reasons and goals that are not clear. I speculated as to a few of them, potentially But there's another wrinkle to this mark, and this is a Fox news exclusive that broke earlier. Our colleague Benjamin Hall, said that there's also American bureaucracy getting in the way in addition to the Taliban, saying, No, there's a bureaucratic red tape. Hold up as well. On our end. Listen to cut two for days Now we have been reporting on these planes sitting on the wrong way in Mazar e Sharif in the north of Afghanistan. With Americans waiting to bring them home but unable to leave well now leaked documents obtained exclusively by Fox News show that the State Department has refused to give them approval to land anywhere. In an email to retired Marine Eric Montavo, who charted these planes. The State Department says no charters are allowed to land at any D O D base. And most, if not all countries in the Middle Eastern region, with the exception of perhaps Saudi Arabia will allow charters to land you need to find another destination country and it can't be the US either. Okay, mark, so a few things to unpack there, Blinken statement saying. As of now, the Taliban won't let these people leave. And then the Fox News reporting based on emails that have been obtained by Fox. Showing that the State Department is saying chartered flights aren't Approved by our government to land anywhere even if they were able to take off And I guess the rationale is that they're worried about vetting people, and they don't have any personnel on the ground. To figure out who is actually getting onto the planes. Of course, they don't have people on the ground because we pulled everyone out before the evacuation was complete, and we didn't start the evacuation months ago like we should have. This just seems like sort of a purgatory for these people who are stuck and I keep Getting astonished. By the absolute impotence and incompetence and seemingly callousness and lack of urgency from the bite administration on all of this stuff. It's stunning. I mean, every day. I think it can't get worse than than it. Does. You know the the I don't know what's worse that the Taliban is holding them hostage. Or not letting the planes take off or that the US government is not letting the planes take off and come to do with basis. I mean, it seems pretty simple to me that if you would, if you can confirm that there are some Americans on those flights You let the flights land and then you secure the plane and you met the people, right? You know, what would we have done? If we were, if this is a plain name, and if we were a couple airport, we would have vetted the people at what was effectively a military base. That we had after the fact military base with lots of Americans around and all the rest of it. We were doing this up until up until a couple of weeks ago. And like, what's the difference? We're doing that in Kabul and doing it in Doha? I just don't understand. I just don't understand. And and the idea. You know what we don't? It's hard to do it because we don't have personnel on the ground. Well, why the hell Don't Jeff personnel on the ground? The president. The United States left these people behind. That's not an excuse. Because Ukraine you created that situation isn't just a circumstance you fell into right president the United States. Told us that he would not that he would extend the deadline in America would not pull out until we got all Americans out. And then they said that well, we got every We got everyone who we think wanted to get out. But now we know there are Americans who want to get out first. They said it was 100, you know, and now we've apparently 143 on the tarmac in Mazar. I'm sure they're more in the country don't even know how many There are. They laughed. He intentionally left them behind. He ordered the last plane to leave, knowing he was leaving Americans behind enemy lines. And then the and then the lack of person than the lack of boots on the ground. The lack of personnel on the ground is now being cited by the State Department as a reason. In emails. It's not like this is some report with that Fox has the actual emails. And it seems like blinking has basically confirmed this as well saying, Well, you know, it's a challenge, because yeah, we don't We have a paperwork problem. We don't have people on the ground. I don't understand Mark. Why we can't Get the people with correct paperwork onto a plane and let that plane take off or just get people onto these planes. Fly them somewhere. I'm sure we can convince some government to let those planes land. And then get State Department personnel who are no longer on the ground in Kabul because of the order of the president, the United States and the violation that promise get them to vet people. In a third country and at least get them the hell out of Afghanistan, where the Taliban is in charge. I don't understand. Mazar It's a 15 minute flight to his beck istan. I mean, right over the border country from which we had a military base, and we're conducting military operations throughout the gun to the global war on terror. I mean, send him to his beck istan, fly them literally across the border and met them there And then if people don't make it, walk, march them back to the border and send them back. If there are people who we don't want to let in, it's just the lack of will..
"mazar" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Of the passengers do not have the required documentation. While there are limits to what we can do without personnel on the ground without an airport with normal security procedures in place. We are working to do everything in our power to support those flights. And to get them off the ground. Yeah, I don't really know what that means, because whatever is within their power is obviously not good enough has not been good enough for eight days. Taliban holding these people effectively hostage for reasons and goals that are not clear. I speculated as to a few of them, potentially But there's another wrinkle to this mark, and this is a Fox news exclusive that broke earlier. Our colleague Benjamin Hall, said that there's also American bureaucracy getting in the way in addition to the Taliban, saying, No, there's a bureaucratic red tape. Hold up as well. On our end. Listen to cut two for days Now we have been reporting on these planes sitting on the runway in Mazar e Sharif in the north of Afghanistan. With Americans waiting to bring them home but unable to leave well now leaked documents obtained exclusively by Fox News show that the State Department has refused to give them approval to land anywhere. In an email to retired Marine Eric Montalvo, who charted these planes, the State Department says no charters are allowed to land at any D O D base. And most, if not all countries in the Middle Eastern region, with the exception of perhaps Saudi Arabia will allow charters to land you need to find another destination country and it can't be the US either. Okay, Mark, so Few things to unpack there, Blinken statement saying. As of now, the Taliban won't let these people leave. And then the Fox News reporting based on emails that have been obtained by Fox. Showing that the State Department is saying chartered flights aren't Approved by our government to land anywhere even if they were able to take off And I guess the rationale is that they're worried about vetting people, and they don't have any personnel on the ground. To figure out who is actually getting onto the planes. Of course, they don't have people on the ground because we pulled everyone out before the evacuation was complete, and we didn't start the evacuation months ago like we should have. This just seems like sort of a purgatory for these people who are stuck and I keep Getting astonished. By the absolute impotence and incompetence and seemingly callousness and lack of urgency from the bite administration on all of this stuff. It's stunning. I mean every day. I think it can't get worse. And then it does. You know the the I don't know what's worse, that the Taliban is holding them hostage or not letting the planes take off or that the US government is not letting the planes take off. And come to do with basis. I mean, it seems pretty simple to me that if you would, if you can confirm that there are some Americans on those flights, you Let the flights land and then you secure the plane and you met the people, right? You know, what would we have done? If we were, if this is a plain name, and if we were a couple airport, we would have vetted the people at what was effectively a military base. That we had after the fact military base with lots of Americans around and all the rest of it. We were doing this up until up until a couple of weeks ago. Like what's the difference between doing that in Kabul and doing it in Doha? I just don't understand that. I just don't understand the and and the idea. You know what we don't? It's hard to do it because we don't have personnel on the ground. Well, why the hell don't you have personnel on the ground Because the president the United States left these people behind. That's not an excuse. Because you create you created That situation isn't just a circumstance you fell into right President the United States. Told us that he would not, he would extend the deadline in America would not pull out until we got all Americans out. And then they said that well, we got every We got everyone who we think wanted to get out. But now we know there are Americans who want to get out first. They said it was 100, you know, and now we've apparently there 143 on the tarmac in Mazar. I'm sure they're more in the country. I don't even know how many There are. They laughed. He intentionally left them behind. He ordered the last plane to leave, knowing he was leaving Americans behind enemy lines. And then the and then the lack of person than the lack of boots on the ground. The lack of personnel on the ground is now being cited by the State Department as a reason. In emails. It's not like this is some report with that Fox has the actual emails. And it seems like blinking has basically confirmed this as well saying, Well, you know, it's a challenge, because yeah, we don't We have a paperwork problem. We don't have people on the ground. I don't understand Mark. Why we can't Get the people with correct paperwork onto a plane and let that plane take off or just get people onto these planes fly them somewhere. I'm sure we can convince some government to let those planes land and then get State Department personnel who are no longer on the ground in Kabul because of the order of the President, United States and the violation that promise get them to Vet people. In a third country. At least get them the hell out of Afghanistan, where the Taliban is in charge. I don't understand it. From Mazar. It's a 15 minute flight to is Beck Istan. I mean, right over the border country from which we had a military base, and we're conducting military operations throughout the gun of the global war on terror. I mean, send him to his beck istan, fly them literally across the border and met them there And then if people don't make it, walk march them back to the border and send them back. If they're people who we don't want to let in It's just the lack of will the lack of urgency and here's the worst part is that Blinken said. Well, you know, these veterans groups there complicating matters for us. I'm sorry. They're the only ones who are doing a damn thing to get these people out. You abandoned them, and you turned it over. You pulled out our active duty troops and left it to American veterans, civilians who have taken off the uniform. And ours and our of their own volition with private money, conducting X filtration operations to get the people you left behind. Enemy lines out. And you're saying they're complicating things, right? You're whining. Yes, you're whining about their efforts that seem to be the only real efforts of foot to do any of this to try to keep the American promise. To our own people and our allies there whining that some Americans have taken it upon themselves to actually follow through and then when they have followed through, there was one example. That I mentioned earlier in the show. The State Department, which had virtually nothing to do with that success. Getting a family out. The State Department tried to swoop in and claim credit for that. It's amazing. It is amazing. I mean, look, this is the worst debacle I've been in Washington arrived here in 1990, Okay, and This is the worst thing I've ever seen. In my entire career in Washington, the worst performance by administration of any kind on any subject, and it's just it's just beyond me. I'll tell you something, Guy I wrote a column in The Washington Post today. Joe Biden has no business showing up to ground zero on Saturday. The this man who not surrender to our enemies who attacked us on 9 11. And not only did that, but did it dishonorably by leaving Americans behind enemy lines knowingly lied to the American people about what was going on the ground exposed our troops on the ground to security run by the Taliban and the Haqqani network. And then scheduled the withdrawal. For September 11th because not because of military considerations because he required us to do it during the summer fighting season, but because he wanted to go to ground zero and use it as a political problem. To say he ended the war 20 years after it was it was started in this place, and instead it backfired on him, and it's led, and she turned a day of mourning and remembrance into a day of victory for our enemies. It's just absolutely most shameful thing. That man has no business in Shanksville. He has no business at ground zero. He has no business at the Pentagon. He has disgraced our country and his presence would be a sacrilege in Wow. I mean, it's hard not to feel extremely passionate about this. Given what has happened and what is happening, right? I think There's a certain element of the media now sort of looking at the polling. And how has this played out for Biden politically? And what does this mean moving forward? And it's sort of like an after action Political analysis. There are Tens of thousands of U. S allies. And also hundreds, if not thousands of Americans. Actively still stuck in Afghanistan. This is not over by any stretch and Don't know Mark. Some people are referring to this situation that is currently underway at the airstrip. As either a full blown or kind of low level. Hostage crisis at this stage, and I wonder what you make of that characterization. Well, you know what? It's either a hostage crisis or it's an abandonment. Because either either the Taliban or holding them hostage and letting them go or the Americans are not accepting them because those are the only two options. Either it's Alabama results. Who is it? Because otherwise the planes can take off and the B and we'll be done with this. Somebody is stopping the planes from going. It's the Taliban. Yes, there's a hostage crisis. If it's the administration than it is the United States government abandoning American citizens trapped behind enemy lines. Well, it seems like it's both.
"mazar" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Named Afghan officials at Mazar e Sharif Airport, telling the AP that the would be passengers are Afghans who don't have passports, visas, blah, blah, blah Blinken, saying the Taliban has blocked multiple flights. Because some aboard lack valid travel documents. My understanding is the Taliban is not denied exit to anyone holding a valid document. Well, the planes aren't taken off blinking. Taliban said Monday they had conquered the pan gear province where the resistance held with all the American weaponry. How could they not? Biden gave them Even the New Yorker, hardly a conservative publication, their editor. David Road, saying today yesterday that he faulted the Biden administration. Preventing Americans trapped in Afghanistan from taking flights out of the airport. At Mazar e Sharif right now, these American citizens and as I ve holders and their families, you know they're Americans. Now that are being told. Well, we can get you out, but we can't take your family. Your husband, Your wife and your Children, all that there's an option for most people. Just not Democrats are now turning Blumenthal. I mentioned him earlier. And trying to steal credit for the rescue of four Americans, according to the organizer, the group that actually did it. There are other people that are weighing in on this. Liberals are apparently upset. Americans are rescuing Americans and Newsweek editor at large. We reached the point where US militias are entering foreign states illegally to carry out military ops. This is insane. Joy Reid over at M S, D N C. What in the fresh hell? You mean people that are willing to right now step into that hellhole. Afghanistan. And we're talking about train military Special ops forces the best of what America has but their ass on the line to save Americans, and we're going to be critical of that. Because Joe Biden abandon them. I'm not critical. I'm like and all of them. And grateful to them. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Sad. Lindsey Graham says. Yeah, we're gonna be We're gonna end up going back there. Because even Millie saying, Yeah, this is going to become a safe haven for Al Qaeda, Isis, K and terrorist groups all over the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan now that they wiped out the pans here. Valley and the opposition group I interviewed the vice president was now the acting president. You know, and and they were trying to say this is going to be the one pathway where you we can hopefully get Americans out of Afghanistan and help you help us help you. Wall Street Journal. Our friends the Taliban, Biden is relying on the group with ties to Al Qaeda. Good luck. Taliban say they took Panjshir last holdout Afghani province. It's not looking good. US sending any Afghans flag for criminal or terror ties to Kosovo. Okay? Representative McCaul saying the Taliban is blocking these Americans confirming the report. Six. Planes from leaving Afghanistan. White House chief of staff is around 100 Americans still in Afghanistan, many of them want to stay. They just lie. Because I'm talking to congressmen and senators every day and they're telling me just the opposite. They're saying these people are dying to get the hell Out and they can't get out. They've been trying since before Biden even abandoned them. And they can't get out. And now Biden, giving the weaponry to terrorist is allowing the terrorist now to attack the one venue we might have had available to get Americans abandoned home. That's now gone. That one area is completely cut off. Shut down, out of the way! Does not shock your conscience. It shocks mine. Everything. This can happen. Darrell Isis, saying No, it's likely if at least 500 Americans are still stranded in the country, and if we add in their family members and include family members and U. S citizens He said. Yeah, the numbers as high as 1000 or more. Yes, we continue to get the rest of our American citizens out. All these otherwise eligibles out. We won't have done our job. Two weeks prior to Biden's abandonment. He said, No, no, no, We're going to stay as long as it takes. Expected. Head of Afghans new government Is the Taliban co founder back to the Good Old days. Women subjugated to 22 men taken as sex slaves, No rights, no school, no work. And you better not leave home without a male family member. God help all of them. Could you imagine the hell that they're living through? And you even have the Biden media. The mob. You know the ones that covered for him and the candidate protection program now the presidential protection program. You know the State Department holding up the Plains I want to repeat, he said, according to the White House, U S State Department. They're holding up the charter planes, a prominent member of the Biden media mob said exactly that yesterday the this guy David wrote at new yorker dot com. I want to repeat its the State Department and the White House holding up the Plains. Well, it's Joe Biden and abandoned the people. Behind enemy lines. He did it. Unbelievable. We're going to have more coming up. Did you hear from Sara Carter today? Her husband by the way, severely injured in Afghanistan. Every vet I meet and talk to that served. There They are. They're beyond just can't even describe how awful they feel. Tragedy for them, the severely injured those that lost family members. You can't you know, f this up this bad and then say you're sorry because it was all visible for the world to see in all Completely preventable..
Afghan president: 'Consultations' ongoing amid Taliban blitz
"Afghanistan's president says he will not give up the achievements of the last twenty years as Taliban fighters have seized mates of northwest and southern Afghanistan in a televised address to the nation president Ashraf Ghani said it is my historical responsibility to try to prevent this and paste will took by the cools the killing of innocent people and the loss of your achievements of the past twenty years the address comes as the Taliban seize the province to some kind of self capital insurgents have also launched a multi pronged assault on the major city of Mazar I. Sharif in the north defended by powerful former warlords Mazar I. Sharif president calabash ARATS says the security situation in the city for a few months back as a young person he's been living here for eight years I want peace and stability I think should be done the Taliban's breakneck offensive comes less than three weeks before the United States is set to withdraw its last troops I'm Karen Thomas
Afghanistan Government Reaches out to Former Warlords to Defend the North
"President, Ashraf Ghani landed in Mazar e Sharif in the country's north to rally troops attempting to beat back out Taliban offensive. Ghani has been meeting with local leaders and former warlords during his visit. The BBC's on bar Asan at Ruth and John has more As the Taliban continue their advance. The Afghan president is reaching out to former warlords to defend the not previously a stronghold of anti Taliban militia 40 years, Mr Ghani tried to sideline the warlords in an attempt to boost the Afghan National Army now is turning to them in this hour of need. Earlier this week, he also agreed to armed pro government militia. The loss of Missouri Sharif would be a significant blow for Kabul in yet another blow for the government reports that several soldiers were drawn from Kunduz city to the airport outside have surrendered to the militants following a sustained onslaught.
"mazar" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife
"And I'm having difficulty getting anything done. So I remembered right now, it's like three p.m., I have to go pick up my son in like ten, 15 minutes, and I was like, oh yeah, I need to do a podcast today. So this is going to be a I'm going to do this podcast and then my husband and I are going off. We're going to be staying on a Lake for the weekend and we are just going to be spending time together and with my son, and we're going to be swimming in the Lake and we're just going to have a refreshing weekend without social media and together and with our heads in the Bible. Spending time with God, that's the plan. So today, I just wanted to read a psalm a psalm for people that are stressed that are heartache that are just confused just don't even know. You just don't even know why you're overwhelmed but you're so overwhelming you can't do anything. And it's frustrating you and you're feeling bad about feeling bad because maybe you have everything, you know? Right now I could sit down and say I have everything I need right now. There's absolutely nothing else I need for this second, or even this month. But I'm still stressed out. So then I feel bad for feeling bad and it's just a really bad cycle. So if anyone else is in this terrible cycle, then this is the episode for you. It's going to be a quick episode. And we're just going to read a little bit of the Bible today. Read some of God's word because that's what we need. We notice our souls to be fed. And this is how we're going to feed them. So let's get started. We're going to be reading psalm 42 yearning for God in the midst of distresses. Let's do a quick prayer though first. Dear father, thank you, lord for this day, that you have given us. Thank you for this platform, so we're able to connect with each other, we're able to share our happiness or sadness or stresses or mental health or tips or skills. Your word, most importantly, your word, your word is what guides us. And that's what I want more than anything is to use this platform to share your word. And for you to speak to people through this platform. And lord I ask that while we read that you will open our eyes open our hearts and help us have an understanding of what's going on or maybe have no understanding, but you just give us peace, please lord. I don't have much more to say, because I'm just oh, you know my heart God and I just pray for the people listening. Thank you, lord and Jesus Christ, amen. Okay. Yearning for God in the midst of distresses. As the deer pant for the water Brooks, so pants my soul for you, oh God. My soul thirst for God for the living God. When I shall come and appear before God, my tears have been my food and night. While they continually say to me, where is your God? When I remember these things, I pour out my soul within me, for I used to go with the multitude. I went with them to the house of God with the voice of joy and praise with a multitude that kept a pilgrim feast. Why are you cast down on my soul? And why are you disquieted within me? Hope in God, for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance. Of my God, my soul is cast down within me. Therefore, I will remember you from the land of the Jordan. And from the heights of Hermann, from the hill, mazar, deep calls into deep at the noise of your waterfalls. All your waves and bellows have gone over me. The lord will command his loving kindness in the daytime and in the night his song shall be with me, a prayer to the God of my life. I will say to God my rock, why have you forgotten me? Why do I go morning because of the oppression of the enemy? As with a breaking of my bones, my enemies reproach me, while they say to me all day long, where is your God? Why are you cast down on my soul? And why are you disquieted within me, hope in God, for I shall yet praise him the help of my countenance and my God. This part, that's the end of it. This part really spoke to me. My hair says, as with a breaking of my bones, my enemies reproach me while they can see to me all day where is your God? Oh wait, no, you know what? I do like that line. But it was the one before it that really spoke to me. I will say to God my rock, why have you forgotten me? And why do I go morning because of the oppression of the enemy? So we have to remember when we and distress when we were in distress, that's usually an attack from the enemy, being a Christian, enemy is always attacking us. Especially certain parts of our life, you know, things that are important to us, our work our ministry, our family, our children. You know, think about all these things, or things that we need to survive maybe money is not important to us, but we need it to survive. It's a tool that we need. The enemy, he knows what he's doing, but he's not that creative. So we just have to remember the way we fight him is to one come together. I know I feel so much better when I'm with people with the same faith that just want to talk together. And we don't even have to be talking about the problems. We could just be talking about anything that's related to God or other people's problems or whatever and helping each other. That's so important. That's one way to put the armor of God on. The most importantly, of course, is the Bible, but when you come with someone, you're talking with someone, you're able to just almost distract yourself from your feelings and then also get into the word with someone else. It's just so refreshing. I've found. But of course, talking with someone reading the Bible. And so I know that can be difficult sometimes, especially when you're upset. It's like you don't even know what you're reading, but start somewhere where it's not something you really have to completely understand or you don't have to dissect to understand. So the gospel, there's a lot of parts in the gospel that are very forward, not the parables, but other parts that are very forward or the palm, some of the psalms, they're a little confusing and some of them are not confusing. You know, start somewhere like that. And pray, pray pray pray and I'll be honest with you since they've been in this little mood. It's been a few days. It's almost been like the whole week. Maybe like three or four days. That I just haven't been praying as much or in the Bible as much, but I know when I do what I feel better. So stick in there, you guys, God has a plan. You have no idea what God's doing. There's so much that God knows that we don't know. Who knows? The people that are in distress right now, maybe something amazing is going to happen. We just have no idea and we're just like moping around. And that's okay. We can read the Bible. We can pray, and we can just be. And everything's going to be okay, God's got us. He'll give us strength. All right, guys, let's end with a prayer. Dear father, thank you, lord for this reading today. Thank you for your word. Thank you again for this platform. Thank you for this life that you've given us. Thank you for your plan. Thank you for this stuff. We don't know, because if we knew everything, then that could be scary or that could be that could be so many things. I could be good, but in a way, it's just nice that you and everything. We don't have to be in control. We don't need to be like, oh, we need to do this to change that or no. You've got it. We can sit and you've got a lord. And we just need to remember that even though it can be so hard to remember. You sometimes just want to keep doing and doing and doing and doing, thinking that everything's in our control, but it's not. And we just need to sit we need to read the bubble. We need to be with you. We need to pray lord. Lord, please speak to my listeners through this podcast today. Please help whoever is going to distress whoever is heartache, whoever's just sad whoever's just uncomfortable. Whoever is confused, just speak the to them, show your presence, give them peace. Thank you, lord for everything you do for us every single day. And Jesus Christ name, amen. All right guys, have.
"mazar" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Uh they're like Honeywell, you take some hush money and So with your money? Yeah. So that's happening. Okay? I mean, listen, we all know that there's more to that whole story. Yeah, I don't think that we're going to be hearing it from Chris Harrison. Gosh, yeah. Reality show yet again, proving that it's not real, and everyone smells. Mm. Kanye West told him that Yeah, right. Exactly. Kanye West's first Easy Gap. Peace is finally here. It's a blue puffer style jacket priced at $200. It's called The Round jacket and it's set to ship this fall is a unisex outerwear that features no zippers, buttons or snaps and is made from recycled nylon and includes a easy gap logo tag. Easy cap. The easy guy. I have not been to a gap in a minute. You haven't felon fallen into the gap? No. They got some good T shirt deals. They haven't been there in a while, either. I like J Crew's T shirt because it's because you're tall and they've got that calls. Yeah, You don't think the gap has told you have a lot? You know what I need And I know we're not talking about this, but fashion Well, my son is very thin and tall, and that's hard to fit. I'm telling you, J crew tall, you know, All right, so they have a factory, too. Like a factory. You know, like an outlet. Mhm shop talk shoptalk. People like her. They do. Fill yourself tips. You guys tips Got some more. Entertainment news for you. Mike Myers New Netflix Comedy series has officially officially been titled The pen it okay words of heart is trying Take a deep breath. You only talk for a living deep breath because I practice start press. It's called the pen Tavern it because I was like, Well, how do we say that word and it? They've added six new cast members Ken Jeong Keegan, Michael Key, Debi Mazar, Jennifer Saunders, Richard McCabe and Lydia Wes. Right. They're all going to appear alongside Mike Myers in this series. Admires is set to police seven new characters himself. Currently, production is underway on the sixth episode fund. This sounds like fun. Yes, here for this. And if you know the pen Taverner it. Mike Myers mentioned it in his movie. So I married an axe murderer. But when I know every line of that movie, it's his dad. Oh, talking about conspiracy theories. Because tavern it is a conspiracy theory can sort um, That the dad and so I married an axe murderer talks about. Oh, I love that colonel with his wee beady eyes and that smug look on his face. That's it, Colleen. Thank you. Good job. All right. Well, that's all the dirt. This. Our part is for more parties. Yeah, No, I am fine at parties minute, though. My God, let's go with that Added to my I just needed some dirt. Thank you. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Let them know rock with me, baby. I can't let me show you kiss Skokie's size step I have to pick Can't type but for your like no other So net, no pressure dream. I'm you County. Bad ain't no other that could ship you're like a brother straight. Got you making you fall like that..
"mazar" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions
"Or whether you're mazar eight drafts rush okay. So people are unable metric to measure link popularity or you know they're back link profile or whatever you want to you. Know just different jargon for this. And then people begin to focus on that and sometimes they start to obsess over that as if that's the main point of their marketing. Which is that's the goal in life. It was never the goal in life when they when they see go up. They celebrate when this year go down. They cry. it's not actually the point nor is it actually google. It's not google either. It's it's it's a proxy metro prior to a software tool that's emulating google and it goes up or down sort of based on does that tool go dough capture more stuff today or less stuff today. so in the end it's not domain authority is not rankings rankings is also insufficient you click through rate when she got a. You got a visitor when you need the visitor to get the conversion so conversion and successes chain you can analyze anyone's digital program by looking at the strength of each chain. It is a weekly in the chain as in that. Kpi is lower than expected. You could focus on that to focus on that. You're going to be creating a hypothesis. Ideally a list of hypotheses your next job. A strategist is deprioritize. List of hypotheses. And that's how to be a strategic focus targeted digital marketer is an have it and have it as an action plan somewhere written that everybody sees in his accountable for not. Just hey guys. let's try this thing it's like. Well how is that backed by anything. Any data and a plan or strategy. Well we did it for a client five years ago and it worked i. It's been a plan together action plan. That's delegated out and start working on it and hold each other accountable. Every month to the results they say To that point really important point that you made like others worked once for someone else..
Virginia Cop Who Pepper-Sprayed Black Army Lieutenant Is Fired
"Virginia police officers is now fired on the grounds he failed to properly follow department policy during a traffic stop last year. Police body camera video showed Officer Jorge Gutierrez pepper spraying army second, lieutenant Khurana Mazari, A Who's black and Latino footage from the scene shows the officers pointing guns and shouting orders at Mazar e A while the driver remain calm Bazaar is now suing the police and federal court.
Virginia Police Officer Fired After Assaulting a U.S. Army Officer
"Town in Southeast Virginia says it's fired a police officer. He's one of two accused of pepper, spraying and knocking to the ground, the U. S army officer who was black and Latino during a traffic stop last December. NPR's Joel Rose says Virginia's governor is calling for an independent investigation into what happened to second Lieutenant Koran. Nazario video from Mazar e O cell phone shows. One of the officers squirting him in the face with pepper spray before pulling him out of the vehicle. The town of Windsor, Virginia, announced that the police officer has since been fired, and that state's governor is announced An independent investigation led by Virginia State
Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton wins opener
"Race day in bahrain. I'm what an unbelievable season opener took the win. After griffin bassil to the very last lap against smacks stephon. It was a race filled with action. Overtaking and crucial strategy. 'cause we retreated to batu throughout the failed impressive drives from the likes of landowners. I'm sergio perez. Meanwhile elsewhere the day didn't go quite to plan with. Dns finicky to mazar pin on fernando alonzo contact with guiseley which ultimately ruined his race. Another tough day for sebastian battle. He finishes the day with a ten second penalty and five penalty points on his licence.
"mazar" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast
"But like the one time i have seen one was when i was walking up to the bus. Stop to go to school in the morning and it was dragging a fucking bird up the road like this fucking baboon spider headquartered a bird it had caught a bird and it was dragging lying and it was pulling it was undecided like data area of the the the road and it was. It was dragging this bird back to its nest. And that's the fucking thing with these boston's is they build these nests hanging trees that hang in trees so it's like a. It's like a pod that they've collected all leaves and fucking sticks and shit and then they wrap their web around it and they make this like dangling pod of disgust that hangs from like bushes and things like that and that's caterpillar now like a bit like a bit like a caterpillar. cocoon of some disgusting. But it's all like spider silk and leaves and things in that you know that the fucking baby eggs inside that shit Kill it with fire. That is the google that because i was doubting your story but there were truth spiders that kill and drag birds yes. They are really. Don't know if they're like. I don't think they like jumping and catching them in flight. Or whatever there stalking them and waiting to pounce type of thing when they're on the ground but yeah pretty fucking nasty creature spiders Good there's more that's a lie. Would touch would like one of the things that i'm grateful for in the area of china that i live in is we don't get big spiders here. We don't even get little ones that i remember seeing remember seeing that many insects there. Yeah okay so back in like the mouths of time. I've got a little history lesson for you now. Back in like the mazar. Don't time They was this like like nationwide initiative. I think they had a very big problem with flies like insects flying insects and like spreading fucking gems and stuff inside people's houses one of the things that The chinese government advised the education department weirdly is that they would reward citizens there would reward families for bringing dead flies in so by people would kill flies in their home and put them all in a jar bag or something and then they would bring them into the school and then the kids would get rewarded. I think like rice was given to your family or something like that. And so obviously i mean people took advantage of that. If you're going to get free free food for dead flies. You're gonna go fucking hard right so people who bringing in like leads dead flies but what eventually happened. Is that because it killed a the insects over the birds left so there was nothing around for the boats to eat so for a very long time. You can see many birds in northern china because there just wasn't enough food to sustain them in they all kind of migrated to another place. As i'm saying this i'm realizing what bullshit it sounds like. It might actually be true but there is there. Is this kind of like folk story about like an about bringing flies. In chen schoolchildren catching flies and insects to bring into the schools and their families being rewarded with like bags of rice and food and that is why you didn't get in northern china for a very long time. If that were the case you would think it would upset the ecosystem like watch something about what would happen if you Well with with bees. Obviously there's a lot of talk about what happens in the beezer gone or even with bats like how just losing bats would i lie destroying the ecosystem bats. I really liked. That's their adorable ones in the philippines that are the fox. Bat is unacceptable that beautiful things that they really beautiful creatures. I like them. I think they won't be clear that we're talking as pets. But they go into the category of it's ugly. It's cute unit. I mean it's like it's faces. So i think they're lovely again like. Moths are two butterflies as bats. Birds does it sharks sir. And they're the animals and the only one ugly cousin said i really. I don't mind any creepy. Crawly thing on earth if it's lizard slithers slivers if it slithers. I don't mind if like anything else. Caterpillars months any spiders of the work of the fucking devil. I've got like they must be some sort of a lifetime thing going on here with me because i have no rational reason fierce by have been bitten by a spider because i never been close enough to spider to get bitten So while i was sleeping. So i wouldn't release that. We always let insects go. My dad was always very thought one that one of them out of the house. Let them live. Because it's a life and then my face is paralyzed by like twice by clues. And that's when. I started really liking them up to cross reasons to arizona off my list. Sounds like i'm like. I'm a full on proper arachnophobia. Like it's in the same room. I got to leave the room anyway. let's talk about. Let's talk about aliens what we hear. This isn't about spiders and bats. This isn't this is not the national geographic attenborough special on spiders and bats. We hits talk about aliens and ufo's ap's and e. t.'s and element. Oh ps and all the echo acronyms that fall into the umbrella. So i while i started with the statistics of how much Because i remembered reading about it. How much space has been explored versus the ocean and so of the visible space that we can see. We've explored four percent of the ocean five percent just to add to the mystery of what's going on in the ocean in the ocean. You know is. It's a huge. What is it. The percentage of the earth cover seventy percent seventy percent or something like that either. The earth the seventy percent water or humans or seventy percent or both. And then as you get older you start your drives down to sixty you. Just gross drive off so So the science part of it of course especially when the video came out with the navy and they released it without permission about sea tac then everything was and Navy officers have said that for years and years and years they spot stuff but this is the time that they actually released it And so sorry. Hold on holding on. You're gonna edit that out for sure and if you don't it'll be mad. Oh so let me. Just do that again. Home after the navy had their big tic tac of video released and they didn't have any permission to do that..
"mazar" Discussed on Our Unicorn Diaries
"Talk about yes we have to talk about this okay as you guys know we. We play catch up with our dates on. How is we fall behind but we yes so. This is the summertime. Yeah it's gonna be fun on a bun Episode is called farewell my summer love of deer surgery manage wipe from your no nothing to why you're not gonna do it. What am i gonna do. So those are you familiar. We done a few shows bender. Yes yeah she's already wet. The stereotypes me might come. He's favor be so cool and sexy and he's oh my god he is just wonderful. Baby i knew it. I love seeing my wife. Make enough to this man. He is but this time. Because we usually have vendor over here. Bottom lip is tripling. But you one time bender was over here and he was like oh you guys have the country my country my house. You know next time. Whatever so you know i. Yeah so basically if you oh yeah i me- komo for barbara heeb crate. This and that or blah blah blah and me. I'm thinking yet. It just being nice. And i never like try to follow up on stuff like that by antony he. Yeah you guys. If you like the week you like barbecue have yeah. He's like all over it. You know it up. Babe really calmed down. They privatised being polite but now next day. I'm knocking doing all over it. Yes open it to do so. Then there he invited to his house what. Ada you guys are got to come over. Well antony judges connolly you kinda like invite yourself. Over one when we get and bend. It was like well. I've got something to do saturday. That day was something to do. But i you know maybe tomorrow was sundays. I will maybe tomorrow you know. Okay we do. We do sunday wrist. And i'm like. Oh my god so i didn't. I wasn't even in the room when all this was happening. So when i come in you like. Yep you going to hang out with vendor. And i'm like what. How did this happen. But anyway i was like okay fine pool. He's agreeing swimsuits now. And i'm like okay. Do that expect. No no not at all because we were cracking up laughing. You know we we like 'cause there so fucking hilarious we don't we. We didn't know what to expect at all. We were just like okay. I don't know because he's he's just so he's hard read. Does he live in a tent. Live in a condo really. Didn't know really care. We don't really do not really important anyway but Yes anyway is a great day to whether it was perfect it was just so nice and we get to his house and gorgeous. I know and he wasn't even there yet. He he was like he's at kaiser more way right there he because he wasn't far he was like having lunch with somebody or something. So you aware in this beautiful dress comes down to your ankles but you just open that up. When the bikini and oil plen- we were both looking at you. Mazar all my cautious so hot then kind of hanging in the pool and you aren't getting noticed. Add not yet. I was having a drink at aside. You know lounge and then and then you know me too. I'm lake as afraid of bees and shit and there was like look like might have been a little nest happening out then. I was like being real cautious about that. I'm like fuck. I will go mental. Somebody why you jump in the water him realize the beasley chaser of. You're not chasing after because they're bees wasps the new jumping warming. Your panicky vermont. It'd been an awful mess that it in all right. Thank you thank you but you go into the house D- six right and so while he's in the house bender is like. Hey why don't you come out a year you know. Get on one at a little floaters. And and i'm like oh i don't know scare you know what i'm holding onto him and he's said come on. I'll get you up there safely so he helped me up one to those is pretty long. It's why and so. I'm like okay. Cool and then he goes to jump in. And i'm like oh wait a minute you know. I don't make the same fall over. But he was real gentles move guide on there and then we just started kissing. And i'm like stroke in his cock through his his trunks. Yeah and so you come back out and we call you over this point. You have no clues on kino's ties. Yes they will like pooled streams and then my bikinis fellow out. Yeah almost down. Yeah it was beautiful. It was only a beat it and so you come over and you get on republicans over to the side right. Yeah it was. I was really surprised. Kind of i was so scared. But i was laying in between the both of you on there and then we're like all kissing and we're all this hands all over the place touching each other and it was just really sexiest fought in the walking. Yeah yeah and so. I come i lower my face down so i can suck and while doing that. You just push into my pussy and we were just on there and leases floating around fucking and sucking and it was just hobby moving discussed you just. We just drifted. Let you know it was just so much fun and it was just super sexy. Yes see was and we started joking vows trying to do. Dvd on air. And i'm like looking like. Oh my god is now. But then i climbed onto bender's calm and say let's do it really praying like please this thing tip over. Please let this means we. He's in the middle of this point. You on him. And i'm kind of very catholic. Yes trying they wanna be that guy because if all knocked uranian omega bay we.
Kids, You Gotta Love 'Em: Recognizing What Is Really Important
"What is what is really important. And those thoughts go through my mind. What's really important. And i learned this through my kids a lot. God shows me to my children about a year later. They were in bed one night. My boys shared a room and we live downstairs and their room was upstairs in the middle of the night three in the morning i hear thought he was sick. I run up the stairs. Walk in his standing on his bed standing on his bed. Like a superhero. That i said do what are you doing. Data like he'd been rehearsing this or some three in the morning. Daiei chocolate mill now nine nine time and he looked at me like maybe he didn't hear this right. I'm standing up. Should get many drops to his knees daddy. Mileage now dude. It's night night time you've got to go to bed. And he looks at me and the look on his face is like what part of this do you not get. I'm saying all the right earns and a lame down. He's like daddy was dude. Did you all the chocolate milk you want in the morning but right now it's nighttime and he put his head on the pillow and he turned up chocolate milk. I said nobody it's nighttime. And he rolled over with okay to add a line and he went to sleep. And as i walked down the steps it was one of those moments now. God has never spoken to me. Audibly never heard that but it was between conscious unconscious that part of the soul. Where you just like. I know this is something more than me in guy just whispered can. That's the way i want you to be. I want you to ask for anything. And just know that i'm only going to give you what's best when it's best and i was just. I literally stopped on the stairs. That oh wow see. Not only do i want to recognize those moments. I want to recognize the moments as they're happening. And i need help with that too and i asked got got helping not miss these moments. I'm driving my son to practice last year. Last year i get to coach him. I love coaching basketball. Driving a pull up to a red light my son goes like wow fourteen years old man. That's unbelievable it's a brand new maserati right next to us and he goes to. How fast you think of going like i don't know is how much does he goes. I'm i'm not sure and then it hit me. This is a moment. And i said you know what i can have one of those. He said yes. I said i can have one paid for. And he's like really. Yes i said. Why don't he said why is it you what he went all no not all man i said. Dude i wouldn't trade you for ten maserati. You're unbelievable your incredible. You can law him. Well up like you way better than a mazar. You've been cars getting old. You're getting better. we can hang out together. You can yourself you. Don't poop in your pants anymore. You are awesome.
UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision
"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.
Trump loses appeal to stop House subpoena of tax documents
"The president loses another round in a court fight over his tax returns boxes Rachel Sutherland has this live in Washington Lisa the presence longtime accounting firm must turn over his financial records to the house of representatives according to a ruling from a DC appeals court was says lawmakers should have access to documents subpoenas from most Mazar's USA they include materials from twenty eleven to twenty eighteen which have to do with the press is reporting of his finances and potential conflicts of interest president trump could appeal to the US Supreme Court as it continues to fight Democrats are trying to get access to his text refer
The medical student who died of measles
"You're listening to assignment on the BBC World Service. I'm Tim Hugh a country. Churchyard in western Ukraine is a lovely sweet snow of newly mown, graphs after some rain, but on the edge of the symmetry in you. We took mound of wet after the rain is John John here. Very fresh beautiful. Red roses. Vip notice. Has just got eighteen was prelims bully. And he studied medicine invinci- medical academy. He was a precious thing. I. For every Mazar who challenges Tristesse. This is the grave of someone who died much too soon. The young man who was just setting out in life. So he who Tengku. So. Notable limited. It was his dream to become medic. He was leaving for this. And when he just entered university to a so hot for humid, your host two months to study late lateen to study medicine, but soon he became more and more excited about it and only seek you talk about to us medicine, and that's a me every talked you started. It was about medicine. Putin. Kasan said he wanted to spend his wife curing people, but he himself died of complications of disease for which there's no cure measles is dangerous infectious disease, which affects not only children, but affect adults, it's a disease which can lead you to hospitalization and death easily. Because there is no specific treatment from measles, a disease your thought it almost in Radicati, but that's now springing back with a loving vigor. We have academics who are saying, crazy things that make no sense that are not based on evidence. We have politicians saying that you don't need to be vaccinated. It's all a big plot by western governments to take over the minds of our children are saying that, yes, unfortunately, even with thirty eight deaths. It's difficult to convince people that this is a real problem. Gloves. Be no one does. It should be given on these. The Neto dropping. Don't worry
Trump Organization Sues Over House Panel Subpoena
"The Trump organization is suing Allonge Cummings. The chairman of the house oversight committee over the panels. Request for eight years of President Trump's financial statements. Joining me now from Washington with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter, Rebecca ball house. Rebecca, this move adds another layer to what's already been contentious fight. Tell us about today's filing by the Trump organization, and why they're looking to block this attempt from the house panel. So we saw the Trump organization today file a lawsuit against both Elijah Cummings and this accounting firm as ours LLP, and what they're trying to do is block a subpoena that the committee filed last week against the company seeking eight years worth of Trump's financial statements. So the lawyers for the Trump organization are arguing that the subpoena could expose Trump's confidential financial information, and that it's lacking legitimate legislative purpose. There are also several inquiries into the president's finances. What specifically was the house intending? To look into by seeking these eight years worth of documents. What do they hope to eliminate by getting those these were documents that Michael Cohen referenced in his testimony to the oversight committee in February. And what Cohen was saying there and at the time he brought with him. I think about three years worth of financial statements that had been prepared by Mazars was that Trump inflated or deflated his the value of his assets, depending on the situation and basically for his own personal gate. And so while there's the separate effort by the House Ways and means committee underway to get Trump's tax returns this efforts with as ours is specifically focused on determining whether Trump was inflating or deflating his assets, depending on the situation, and you mentioned the attempt to get the president's tax returns, which he has said he will not release as he is under audit. What else can you tell us about other efforts to obtain the president's financial information? Well, we've seen that the House Judiciary committee is investigating. A number of fronts related to the president and his finances. They've sent letters to suffer will agencies and two associates of the president seeking documents related to matters, including his financial history. And we've also seen in the southern district of New York. There have been some efforts to look at the role of executives at his company in these hush money payments were arranged by Michael Cohen. So there's ongoing investigations into the president and his financial history on a number of fronts. So Rebecca what's next year? We did also hear from logic Cummings after the lawsuit was filed on Monday. So I think the next step is alleged Cummings. Put out a statement today defending his subpoena saying that they have the full thority to investigate this matter in his subpoena. He had given maze in April twenty nine deadline for when they need to turn over the requested documents. So we expect to see a hearing come likely pretty quickly because that's only a week from. Today. So the next step is gonna come from the federal court where the Trump organization filed their lawsuit, and we'll see have to see how that precedes. Their
Chicago, Wgn and Gerber discussed on John Williams
"The markets are closed for the independence holiday barnes and noble is terminating ceo demos ponderosa rose after barely a year on the job for violating company policies the new york bookseller said parnell roses termination has nothing to do with financial reporting or potential fraud but it did not provide other specifics about which policies parner did violate wgn sports white sox face the reds tonight andy mazars pregame starts at five thirty five first pitch at six ten with that farmer and darren jackson right here on seven twenty wgn and other sports the detroit tigers at wrigley right now facing the cubs the cubs just tied it up to two in the bottom of the fourth and the next world cup matches are friday will face france and brazil will take on belgium now for a look at wgn traffic here's john desalvo down there's a couple of things going on this afternoon chicago police department saying that foster beach all of the parking is filled so if you do want to head to the north side beach as your best bats are to use public transportation or park a little further away and walk also see ta is letting everybody know that no bikes are allowed on the train or bus today and actually if you're using a stroller or a cart police fall that up before getting onto the columbus drive shutdown between monroe in roosevelt also jackson down between michigan and lake shore drive and congress closed from columbus to the semicircle and that's all for the taste of chicago that doesn't start for a week traffic sponsored by gerber collision in glass when do you get to gerber when you're pretty sure it was a fourway stop that's when you get it to gerber gerber collision in glasgow eight seven seven gerber and get it to gerber for a personalized traffic on demand get the traffic chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hochburg just search t r a f f i x chicago i'm john desalvo in wgn traffic central thank you jan.
Rockford, South Korea and White Sox discussed on The Patti Vasquez Show
"Thirty here's roger badesch twenty two year old rahim king of rockford's been indicted on one hundred and thirty five counts stemming from the fatal shooting three men aboard a party bus kings girlfriend and her mother were also indicted on charges of concealing or aiding a fugitive all three scheduled to be arraigned tuesday they are still in jail south korea says it will remove propaganda broadcasting loudspeakers from the border with north korea announcement came three days after leaders of the two careers agree to work together to achieve a nuclearfree korean peninsula and and hostile acts against each other along their border one person dead two others taking to a hospital after witnessing the death along the blue line at the addison stop two witnesses taken a swedish covenant hospital for psychological treatment police believe the death of the person on the tracks was accidental that investigation is continuing checking wgn sports kansas city over the white sox five four though the socks took three out of five games from the royals white sox will take a day off and then visit saint louis on tuesday andy mazars eligible legal permanent residents will receive free legal help with the application process to successfully become us citizens for more information call seven seven three six zero nine four four zero one.