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"michael wolff" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:24 min | Last month

"michael wolff" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Doesn't mean oh all reverse it at the drop of a hat but of course he was playing her and anyone who had any brains at all at the time was saying well. You can't trust that you're being played now now. I'm not said collins well. She was playing the people of maine. He said it was set a law. I made sure the women have maine that. I had his assurance. This is a disgrace. All around i'm a little worried. That alito thomas gorsuch cavenaugh in coney barrett are going to reverse brown v board very soon in the shadow docket and then Probably dread scott okay. Well we've got a great one today with michael wolf on. Just how crazy and weird. Our last president was and is and remains. I think you'll be fascinating. You know for a change. Hey everybody we got a new sponsor vivid home security now. This is a Home scary system that Not only kind of tex crime but actively prevents it. How do they do that well. They have outdoor security cameras. A doorbell camera lighting security sensors thermostat controls and much much more. Also if someone shows up at your door that the cameras recognized that person. Here's this their patented a pit bull. They only get with vincent. Also they're outdoor camera knows the difference between people pets and cars. Now you may say how do you do that. There's a big difference between a person a pet in a car. They can do that. They've mastered that so you won't be bombarded with unnecessary notifications. What's another car went by the house on. I don't want to know that. I don't wanna know every time. A car goes by the house. Well that's because we don't have vivid look. Don't take by word for those both usa today and us news picked vint as two thousand twenty one's best overall home security system and tech crunch says. Don't do it yourself. you're smart home security system. The pros at vivid are totally worth the cost for over twenty years. Vivid has put home security. I they know that every home is different. You can find peace of mind with a vivid smart home security system. That's custom built for your unique home. Vince renowned doorbell camera Not only notifies you when packages arrive when.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show

Smart Kitchen Show

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show

"Michael wolff hosted the show and today's guest is paul shapiro. The co better me company. And the reason. I want to have paul on the show. Today's days. The company recently announced new micro protein from plant. That really is a big direction. A new direction for the company. Those e familiar better may come to know that they've been wanted to keep players in building plant based protein ingredients for hybrid products to help reduce the reliance on factory farming. And that's what we've been paul's mission and with this new plant. They really think in hero thinks that they could take it to the next level. So it's an interesting conversation. Also captured polls Thoughts on things like what's happening in sub as meat and the overall scaling the plant based mitri. So it's a fun conversation. An education one so i hope you enjoy it as always you could get more tech show podcasts. At the spoon dot tech or in.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Okay well the trump presidency was. Everything degraded about the gop. Since richard nixon only much much trashier accordingly nixon got woodward and bernstein to document his final days in office and trump has michael wolff joining us to discuss landslide the final days of the trump presidency. The new book by michael wolfe is laura miller a book and culture writer for slate laura. Welcome back to the show. It's great to be here is always great to have you. I i think some listeners may in order to understand and place the next segment in proper context. I think some listeners are going to need to know exactly who michael wolfe is and wet place. He occupies in the new york media firm and he's been a fixture for twenty thirty plus years. He's kind of on the trashy end of respectable or maybe the respectable and of trashy right. That's kind of why he got both access to the crappy people who occupied the white house. He sort of spoke their language and was on their wavelength..

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We Have to Keep Talking About the Movement Behind 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

We Have to Keep Talking About the Movement Behind 'American Marxism'

"These are two Washington Post reporters. It's another trash mouth smear job on Donald Trump. It's number one. Number three is a book called Landslide the final days of the Trump presidency. Another Attempt to smear President Trump by Michael Wolff, who was a hit man in my opinion. The book in between these two number two on Amazon is American Marxism. This is a book that many of you have already acquired. You may be scratching your head. Well, how is this other book number one Because this is what they do. It'll be a hot book for a month or two, and then I'll go away. The problem is they don't go away. That is the people who are doing this to this country. And so The overwhelming majority of you. Have posted. It have comment that you appreciate the fact. That this book was written that it that it fuses with all the events that are swirling around us. And so but But then there were a handful. Enough already enough already who just want to go by the numbers paint by the numbers and these are people who are not going to help save the country. These are people who expect everybody else to save the country for them. So I reject them. I ignore them. If I can spend 16 months of my life, writing this book in the last three months of my life talking about it. In the next several months of my life again. Trying to promote what's in the book. Then I think it's okay. That we go over some of these issues. Going a little section of the program. To try and convey What's going on? Wouldn't be weird if I wrote this book, and I didn't talk about what's in it and yet say Go form a movement. Gobi activists go to this re Chapter five. Well, What does that mean? It means nothing. It's idiotic.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Hello america mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one. Three eight one one. Eight seven seven. Three eight one. Three eight one one. Let me share this with you folks. If you don't chase these books by washington post reporters by wall street journal reporter by this guy. Michael wolff they do this to us every time. Maybe it's a bob woodward maybe it's the president's niece that is trump. they create this hype. They have this gossip. it gets us absolutely nowhere nowhere. This is too many publishing houses today. This is how they operate and they do it through provocative press releases and headlines. Get him on. Cnn they get him on the washington post. Don't fall for this. Don't fall for this. I know what they're doing. I know what they're doing. Step back and look what's taking place in your own lives. Look what's taking place in your own schools. Let's look what's taking place with inflation. Look what's taking place. The attack on her energy and our economic system our.

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Leftist Reporters Use the Same 'He-Said She-Said' Formula to Write Books

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Leftist Reporters Use the Same 'He-Said She-Said' Formula to Write Books

"But coming from the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. This other hitman this Michael Wolff. And so how many times are we going to go through this? Oh, we're shocked and shocked at what this one said. And that was not shocked anymore. We know that this is the problem. We got it. We understand it. We? We We've lived through this We have lived through this. Anyway. You won't find me. Helping these, these reporters sell books. Not going to happen. By pulling a Statement. This one side of that one said this this is the Sort of the prototypical book that has written by these left wing reporters. And this is how they enrich themselves. I don't mean to be preachy. I'm just explaining How do these books go so high up on the, uh, on the Amazon list, and so, uh, are are placed in front of the book starts because their hype Their hype.

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Forbes' Alison Durkee Tries Spinning 'American Marxism' Success

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Forbes' Alison Durkee Tries Spinning 'American Marxism' Success

"That she would comment on that? This book has had Several hundreds of thousands of pre order self. Isn't that the the story, Mr Producer But she doesn't say a word about the story. Not a word about you. American Marxism, running a spot on the Amazon chart before its official release appears to be rare. The book is one of only two on the Amazon notification charts who sells are based on preorders alone, along with Michael Pollen's This Is your Mind on plants? I don't know what the hell that looks about. The Vince book won't appear on The New York Times list or other book lists until next week, since with the exception of Amazon preorders are typically reported as part of a books. First Week. Sales and books do not appear on the bestseller list until the official release fine. Here we go. The waters and Lavin's books and their critical takes on the left. May soon be overtaken by books that instead look at the right with a critical eye. Michael Wolff's landslide the final days of the Trump presidency, and Carol Enoch and filled Rutgers, I alone can fix it. Donald J. Trump's catastrophic final year. Which featured politically damaging looks at the end of the Trump presidency are now ranked by Waters Book on Amazon's top 100 books Ranking, which is updated hourly. As of Thursday afternoon, Lennox and Rockers book was ranked number one on Amazon's list ahead of its official release on January. 20 and Wolff's book, which was released on Tuesday, was ranked number three. Levin's book was now number two on the list, while waters have dropped the number five

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'American Marxism' Is the #1 Book Across All Sites

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 3 months ago

'American Marxism' Is the #1 Book Across All Sites

"The number to book is our pal Jesse Waters book How I Saved the World. The next three out of four books are Trump trashing books. This full Michael Wolff book called Landslide Is Number three. Frankly, we did win this election. The inside story of how how Trump lost by Michael Bender. And then the number six is I alone can fix it. Now two out of three of these hate trump trash trump traps, Trump supporter books. Written by reporters. They're written by reporters. One for the Wall Street Journal and then two at the Washington Post. And Michael Wolff is the reprobate. We all know him to be. But American Marxism has blocked them from going to the top of the list. That's because of you. And these are the kinds of books that publishers have made a fortune off of over the years since the announcement of Donald Trump running for office. Now it's our turn, folks. It's pushback time. An American Marxism is number one on Amazon. It's number one on Barnes and Noble. It's number one on every single books

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How Fashion Can Leverage the Audio Appeal of Clubhouse

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:44 min | 9 months ago

How Fashion Can Leverage the Audio Appeal of Clubhouse

"Earlier this year. Silicon valley became obsessed with a new app called clubhouse and audio bay social network where people can spontaneously jump into different chat rooms to together launched amid the pandemic since day one. The app has attracted the kind of funding controversy and hype that's ruffled feathers and made headlines. The social audio space is booming. Investors are piling in and recently twitter revealed that it's launching. Its own take on social audio space. That's currently being dominated by clubhouse one of is super users is none other than virgil abloh. Louis vuitton men's artistic director and creative director of off. White virgil joins us at voices twenty today from chicago alongside clubhouse founder paul davidson who is in san francisco. Welcome to you both. Thank you so much. Glad to be here liquors lurk whereas going and run. Get to see you again. Virgil i'm gonna. I'm gonna start with paul. Because i think everyone in the silicon valley world has heard of clubhouse but you know there are people watching who may not yet have understood what this is. So in the first instance. I'm gonna ask you the question you know. Why do we need another social media. What is it that clubhouse offers to the world. That isn't already out there. Yeah happy but that one slight correction the clubhouse house with my friend row on Clubhouse it's a new type of social network. That's based on voice where people around the world come together to talk. Listen and learn from each other about topics ranging from fashion to retail music and sports and social justice. It's sort of like hallways of this conference anywhere where it's all on your phone. There's no video but you can. You can reconnect with people you can learn or you can just be applying the wall and i think that connection is an inherently human thing. We're wired to connect invoice is a very different medium. We've seen it grow recently because of things like airpods and smart speakers an in-car integrations of this technology. But but it's it's in some ways the oldest medium in the world right. We were talking long before we were writing or taking photos or shooting videos but in the world of social media. It's a new thing and we find that allows people to connect in a different way you have all of the fidelity and authenticity and bids an asks an emotion. But you don't have any of things zaidi of video worrying about what you look like. Or how messy your houses and so it creates a different type of experience that is more about connecting with people in and having conversations than about getting likes or follows or projecting a certain view of yourself to the world. So we think it's a pretty different experience in what's out there right now. Burs let me let me turn to you. Because as i mentioned in the intro you've become a clubhouse super user and they might conversations of the. I know you're a busy guy. We were talking michael wolff earlier today. Who says like the average person is spending thirteen hours a day on their technology devices. You know why are you carving out time and you're very busy schedule to use clubhouse what do you get out of clubhouse. That's different from what you can get elsewhere. It's one of those things where i rationalize it like this. I'm in the design community. Which basically means that. I'm a part of the uber. Small percentage of people that get to dictate web pants. You wear next year. Look like you know like. I have an opinion. I'm in a part of a collective that decides. What the in like a trend for your car or your your interior of your home. They look like you know that's to me. Take that as a huge responsibility. This is like shelving away all the things like the fun side of the job or something like that. So i think it's a part of my responsibility of my craft to be knowledgeable to know what's going on in the world like if i locked myself in my studio and i sit in a place where i think from my sort of like shielded view of the world. This is what i think. The impact the lives of others. I think that's the wrong path. So when clubhouse comes around which i believe is a is a forward thinking concept from amazing people with great hearts and good vision. Like it's a no brainer. You know. And i project that out and so my friend told me adjust carballo from heist. Nobody was early user of clubhouse and he was like. Hey this is something i know you'd be into. You should try it out. And that's how. I became a user. An i've been a fan of the operation ever since two other quick. Things said that. I might add one. That because it's audio you can multitask and so it takes advantage of a lot of found time. it's not something where you're staring at a screen and just scrolling for hours and doing nothing else. People are using it while. They're walking while they're driving while they're in bed at night while they're folding laundry while they're doing all sorts of other things and the second thing i'd say is a big goal for us is to ensure that when people spend time on clubhouse it is time well-spent where were they can spend spend time on it enclosed the app at the end of the session feeling better than they did when they opened it because they deepen friendships. They've met new people they've learnt. It's a participatory different experience than than sort of scrolling screen purely consuming got it so virgil let me take it back to you for a minute. Your as you said your top designer in the industry now you can dictate what pants or as we'd call trousers in. Hey what you'd wear. Trousers wear next season. But what do you think. Fashion brand louis. Re tong could use or learn from clubhouse. How could fashion brands make use of this tool. They've found different ways to use instagram other other social media apps. But you know what could a fashion brand us clubhouse for you know. This is just something that i was just like reflecting on an essence. Obviously there's this in the fashion industry. There's hyper sort of like attention. Paid towards digital space. You know e commerce web impressions content photos videos data when at the end of the day. You know it's an extreme metric and tool to engage. And i think with the with the advent of clubhouse sort of refocusing on audio. It's it's an interesting case. Study and seeing like making sure that brands have something to say. You know you when you can't escape to creating an image that looks like fashion so then people consume it as fashion or a video. That looks glossy looks like moving. Image of fashion ambience. Like i for one. Think it's a like a new landscape to hear what brand about you know without the use of image or without that the the adjacency to say a product within that image. Like what do you have to say. And that becomes compelling as a fashion industry when we can use our voice to create engagement. Yeah that's that's really interesting because of course it's like second nature for the fashion industry to communicate through imagery. But how does how does a fashion company communicate through sound. I don't know paul if you have anything to add their think it's such an interesting contrast when you're talking about the fashion industry right. I mean extensively. Fashion is visual. It is curated. this is literally the opposite. You can't fake. You can't have a social media manager post the clubhouse right you're talking and the community aspect is a really big part of it. Because it's so participatory in your calling people from the audience here engaging with the people that care about your brand you have people in the industry sourcing creatives for shoots and and and talking about trends in what's happening in the news it's just a. It's a very different experience. So i love the fact that virgil has it enjoyed using the product because on its surface that contrast is just so fascinating to me like the division curated versus the the raw and intimate. Yeah all all the conversations that i have hosted or been part of on clubhouse related to fashion imron in a weird way. Have been more in depth than than interviews or sort of regular format sort of media. You know because the audience is getting to hear what they can't see on instagram too. Many characters to type. Obviously none of us are person like me. I'm not media trained to be able to like sound by. Have my ideas go through instagram. So that people exactly get the nuance and a medium like like clubhouse is where as a designer i can talk about the inspiration that i only usually talk about press

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"michael wolff" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Assess the second case. The third case, just a cast her kids said that their father molested them. The main thing in that case is the police Department. But Tae via that's AH, near Chicago, Sheeted to DC Oppa's As soon as the CFO's took over, they stop investigating. When D. C. If I said it was unfounded, they caused their own investigation. My goodness. Michael Wolff, a freelance investigative journalist, talking about Judge Judge Judge John Dalton in Kane County, and just to go back to what you reported on Fred Wards article. We can put that up for you. The 16th circuit can't get rid of Judge Dalton because he's an elected judge. Was elected very Kane County, but the transfer is a major demotion for him. He will be handling evictions and arbitration cases. And so people are warning that if you have a date in courtroom 101 with Dalton before the 24th of this month, because as she said, Michael, he's not gone yet. You or your attorney need to file a motion for a continuance. Ace app So you can get out from under what This man calls what Fred calls this utter waste of flesh and appeared before yet to be determined New Family Court judge So it is good news on the whole, But I hope you and your fellow investigative journalist will be keeping an eye on this and all the other judges you say just gets thrown back in Right, right. We're not done with him. There's a judge in Philadelphia lyrics young one of the worst and she was in family court say move after everything blew up. They put her to evictions as well. And then she started screwing with people who are about to be evicted. So bad judges confined ways to screw up all kinds of things and think was civil court. Ah, that he was moved to, But yeah, For now he's moved to civil court. But as I said, we're not done with him and you can't get rid of him. You can impeach him, and I think that's where it's headed. It'll take awhile as all of these cases unfold, but you can't get rid of the guy. But it takes a monumental effort, Michael anything more on Judge Dalton before we move on to the case of this Colorado woman that had two of her kids taken away from her under You'll be a circumstances, according to you right now, let's move on to that, Cindy. Absolute so she had both of our kids taken her son first that her daughter This was over the summer Megan Fox show you had on the show for PJ Media. She wrote about her. The boy was taken because they claimed his mother had Munchhausen. By proxy, which is this disorder where you put the diseases and disorders in your kids or whoever you're taken care of. And this is a son, who was diagnosed with epileptic seizures when he was seven months old. So how a mother could possibly put that into a seven month old beyond me. After the sun was taken when she had supervised visits, he said. It's for which I believe is in his backside. Hurts from being in foster care. And that was the last time she saw him on. Then her daughter was taken. But the update is she has recently been arrested. They claim she's part of some grand Conspiracy plot to re kidnap or sun kyu Annan is involved, apparently, and that's extremely dubious. The entire thing is based on what her daughter said to first the therapist and then eventually to the police. But the daughter has vague evidence. And I think that they pointed after David together is part of the arrest warrant. I think that was done. For the media's benefit because the media took off with it, but her daughter's claimed at one point I don't think my mom even knows where my brother is. Well, how is she going to kidnap him? If she doesn't know where he is? Thea other people mention none of them were tracked down. They said that a man named Ryan was staying with them, and the affidavit said it may be spelled one way maybe spend another way so clearly..

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Trump tries to stop books about him

The Book Review

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Trump tries to stop books about him

"Going on with the Book Business Right now? So this has been a fascinating time in publishing the last couple of weeks. We've seen kind of an epic clash building between the trump administration and the trump family and one publisher in particular. Simon and Schuster. This has happened several times during the course of this administration, the trump administration has threatened lawsuits against various publishers for producing alls or books that contain damaging information about the president most memorably it was Henry Holt when they published fire and fury by Michael Wolff, when they got a cease and desist letter from the president's personal lawyer. They decided to put the book on sale early. It sold incredibly well so. So the latest is Simon and Schuster of course released John Bolton's book this week, and that was something that trump administration tried very hard to prevent from happening. They told him he had failed to go through the necessary steps to get security clearances and remove classified information, and they finally asked a judge to prevent his publishers Schuster from distributing the book. The judge denied that although John Bolton himself may eventually have to forfeit some of his prophets, which were substantial. He reportedly got a two million dollar book deal, so that clash was playing out just in recent days in the book just went on Sale I. Think they've they've distributed two hundred thousand copies according to some of the legal filings. Filings and at the same time than Shuster is preparing to publish a very explosive, potentially explosive I should say I, haven't read it book by President Trump's niece Mary trump and just this week. President Trump's family sought a temporary restraining order to try to block publication of that book by Mary Trump which is called too much never enough. How my family created the world's most dangerous man, so the title suggests that this is not going to be a positive book. It's scheduled to be released by Science Schuster on July. Twenty eight th. The book is finished its edited, but they're starting this process earlier I think with the Bolton Book. They came in pretty late in the game with the effort. Effort to prevent distribution. The books had already shipped retailers had them news organizations had them all the information started leaking out a few days before publication, so the effort to kind of contain the damage came pretty late, and it was pretty toothless as far as preventing the information from getting out so in this case they have a little more leeway, but again I think the legal precedent is very very hard to preemptively prevent information from coming out, so it's going to be another tough battle for them. This has been a really eventful year for Simon and Schuster I. Mean I, they were put on sale right, and then very suddenly they're chief executive officer. Carlin really died of a heart attack. And all of these incredibly explosive books are coming out. Is the company doing well? At a time when a lot of publishers are struggling to break through the news cycle Simon and Schuster is creating the news cycle. So that's kind of extraordinary, you know the John Bolton Buck has been number one on Amazon for Awhile Mary trump is close behind it, and they have more coming in the pipeline that are I. Think certain to be bestsellers including I, think most significantly. Significantly another book by Bob Woodward his previous book about the trump administration, which was titled Fear Sold Millions of copies, and again caused a lot of consternation, the administration and he has a sequel to. That's coming out this fall. I don't believe it's titled Yet, but it's about the administration president has said he spoke to Bob. Woodward for this book, so it'll be interesting to see what. What secrets remain for more to find out given all of these dulls that have come out I was speaking to some people in Washington like Robert Burnett who a famous Washington lawyer who represents a lot of politicians and has been around for a long time and. His observation I thought was interesting. It's just you know the volume of books that have been that have come out during. This administration is quite unusual. It's it's fairly typical for there to be a wave of of memoirs. Tell all I was inside the room kind of books to come out the years after the presidency when people can reflect, and there is no longer the the political pressures of the day were a reelection campaign for example, but the revolving door in the administration today has been moving so quickly. People Cycle in and out and I think that his accelerated the rate of

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Man charged with arson of Minneapolis Third Precinct station

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Man charged with arson of Minneapolis Third Precinct station

"Acquire a man from St Paul's been charged with setting fire to a Minneapolis police station twenty three year old Brandon Michael Wolff is charged with aiding and abetting arson related to a fire set may twenty eighth at the Minneapolis police department third police precinct the criminal complaint says wolf was recently fired from his job working security admin arts hardware store after bragging on social media about taking things from the precinct when police arrested what they say he was wearing body armor and had a police duty belt with handcuffs ear piece baton and knife during an interview wolf allegedly told police he was at the third precinct may twenty eighth and push a wooden barrel into a fire knowing it would help the fire continue

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"michael wolff" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And so that can have you know many meetings with the the password can access Michael Wolff really great powerful walls ruling okay we're gonna have more when we come back past lives with paths three seven nine here are the Jabari M. songs that you found a number three the one I love this number two losing my religion number one is the end of the world as we know it and I feel.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"It is George Conway the husband of Kellyanne Conway, bashing the press, according to the author, Michael Wolff, of course. You gotta consider the source. The guy's been known to make stuff up in his book seeds Trump under fire which had bookshelves on Tuesday. Hey, says that Conway George Conway is attacking Trump on Twitter at the behest of his law firm. Hey, says that what tell Lipton Rosen and Katz prominent Wall Street firm Conway's partner place to normal pressure on him to distance himself from Trump and his lies. Wolf wrote the Conway -ccomplish this by tweeting barbs Trump. As repeatedly in sneered headlines, Conway has by questioning the president's mental health and condemning his actions and comments, Trump swung back George Conway, March George Conway often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway by those who know him is very jealous of his wife success in angry, that I with our help didn't give him the job. He so desperately wanted. I barely know him. But just take a look a stone cold loser and husband from hail. He loves stone cold loser. Doesn't he? So George Conway is a loser. I mean that's who does this to their wife a loser a loser? Absolutely. You got a wife who was in a prominent position. Nobody knows who you are the only reason you have a platform is because of her so you use the platform to bash her boss. What kind of loser does then Nike, see if Trump were being abusive tour or whatever, but I sure wouldn't go to the press, I go straight to him. Well, yeah, and she should resign. Of course, that's not a kings. She's a big. She's a big supporter of trouble, obviously. And he's jealous of all this stuff because she everybody knows who she is. And nobody knows is other than he happens to be her husband. That's the only way anybody knows who this loser is. So he has to go out constantly and bash. Trump on Twitter. I mean, I'm just telling you my wife would leave me. And I don't know why she has left this slob of a loser. I'm just pathetic. This guy really is. He can't keep his tramp shot any ought to. Well doesn't even have a right to his opinion. Oh, yeah. But there there's decorum. There's common sense. Yeah. You can you have a right to your opinion? But if your wife isn't a high profile position and it's not your job to give your opinion. Then keep your trap shut. I mean that's a pretty easy thing to do. If my wife or working for somebody prominent, whoever was, I surely wouldn't be on the radio and it's my job to have an opinion on the radio. But I would go out of my way not to bash her boss, but there you have it. David. You're up next to the Phil Valentine show. David, what's up? Hey, phil. I was just listening to you. Talk about the tariffs on Mexico, and I don't know her Ben Shapiro talked about earlier. And he pointed out that it's going to create an economic hardship on Mexico. Sure. But won't I just drive more of them into America? Because historically, when Mexico's economy is weak. That's exactly where they turn. They move up here, right? Kind of undercutting Trump whole purpose here. Not really. Because the Mexican government is the one who encourages these folks to come here and they can discourage them from coming here to, and understand this, mainly what they're trying to do is keep the central Americans from using Mexico as a conduit. That's what we're seeing the bulk of these folks now that are coming through or not from Mexico, minus standing is there from Central America and the Mexicans allowing become through so. Yeah. I mean they can do a lot of things. But if but if they fixed the problem, there won't be any financial hardship. And I think that's Trump's point. Okay. And that's fair. Of course. The I think the other kind of issue is had Trump outlined, exactly, what sort of reductions, he's looking to see, like, okay. Right now, we've got a hundred thousand it down to fifty then we'll take away the tariffs like what have you really outlined it for him. Or do we not know everything that's going on between him and leaders. I don't think we know I think what he wants is zero. We don't want anybody coming into the country, now, obviously, they're going to be Mexicans coming across and the Mexican government can't do a whole lot about that. They need to stop encouraging that. But what he's talking about of the central Americans allowing the come through their country. They can close their border the south and the restaurant. That's all he wants them to do. That makes sense. Appreciate your perspective of one other quick comment right after I called you look over. I saw homeless causes others papers sitting on the corner, talking on a cellphone. Isn't that interesting? What's really interesting about it, of course, is. What created opportunity for even dot to happen, even though I mean, I'm sure it was a socialist broken probably provided it but still piggybacking off capitalism. What a time to be alive, where you get the homeless can now, talk on a cell phone from anywhere or that you want to be something, the rich do that. It's exactly right. You got gotta wonder how, you know, how desperate these folks. Yeah, that's interesting. No, I I'm gonna look into what you palm peyot supposedly meeting with the Mexican counterparts or the Mexican trade officials are whoever the heck in meeting with yesterday, supposedly meeting again, today, which is encouraging tells me they want to do some kind of a deal. Here's what I'm suggesting is that the terrorists will probably not go into effect if they do then we see we'll see what happens, but I think people are misunderstanding, what exactly he's trying to accomplish. And I would love to see the breakdown of how many of these folks were coming across this surge of how many of these people are from Mexico, and how many people are from other countries, we told you the day, and we got a story about it again, today, we're seeing a lot of Africans come across there, there, somehow getting to Mexico and then they're coming across the border Africans. Well, what's up with that? What's up with that is they know that when they get to Mexico they can come through? Another development is the president is building another facility or opening vicinity in Texas to take care of the overflow of supposed- unaccompanied minors and things like this. So you got a bunch of people that are taking advantage of the chaos at the border. And as we reported the other day that was somebody who brought up this point that a lot of this is being orchestrated by the drug cartels, so that it ties up the border patrol so they can come across the drugs. And that's a great point. You got to wonder how many of these drug cartels are paying the Mexican government, like we don't know that's happening. Quick time out. We'll be back in a moment. Stay right. Where are.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:40 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Michael Wolff insists his second book on President Trump is all true is I fire and fury, described dysfunctional, White House. The president threatened to sue other journalists questioned wolves facts, but it was a huge seller. His second book is called siege. Trump under fire wolf no longer has the White House access led to his first book, but says he interviewed sources around the president. He also makes an explosive claim special counsel Robert Mueller's office. Prepare to quote, draft indictment of the president Miller spokesman denied that only the second time Muller ever denied a new story. So we went into our talk wondering, what will knows and how he knows it. What do people who have spent a lot of time close to the president think of him. They think he is violin ludicrous, ludicrous, ludicrous. What do you mean by that word? I mean, there's no logic to what he does. There's no way to intimidate what he's going to do often. What he ends up doing defies logic defies. Everybody's expectations defies explanation. When you hear this from people who've been around the president is there, a but anywhere to say, I love this man, but there used to be, so I've done. This is my second book, this is affecting the sequel. I've spent the last three years, pretty much non stop talking about Donald Trump. And there used to be butts, there are no butts now I might make a reservation for some. Some of the most syncophantic people around him. But even they if you push them a little get to the violin ludicrous, pretty quickly. I'm thinking of a description attributed to a former senior White House official Steve Bannon describing the president of the United States, and the president of Russia Putin, and Trump quote to narcissistic cult, leader, type presidents. Both had populace talents. Get both were ultimately out for their own benefit, and then a key line here, I think of the to Putin was the far cleverer one. That sounds like even Steve Bannon who did so much to promote. The president's career doesn't seem to think he's very bright. Well, particularly Steve Bannon and Steve appears throughout this book, and he's to me, one of the fascinating figures of this moment, partly because he is so conflicted. It goes very deep. What Steve Bannon feels about Donald Trump, and it would be impart that he is vile. And in part that he is ludicrous. But also in part, and maybe this is the but that you were looking for that. He is somehow magical at times. He somehow pulls the rabbit out of the hat one everyone would expect that he would not be able to. As has been widely reported already you note that there was a draft indictment drawn up in the office of the special counsel that was looking into Russian interference and possible obstruction of Justice by the president. What was that indictment will, let me explain the, the, the document in my possession. It's a memorandum of law. It assumes that the president has been indicted, it is soums that the president has gone into court and made a motion to dismiss the indictment on the grounds that have president cannot be indicted, in this is the response to that motion, and the documents fifty six page document has two parts the first part outlines all of the particulars of the indictment, hence my characterization of this draft indictment, and the second part is an argument in incredibly powerful argument, by the way about why the special counsel can in fact. Act in tight sitting president. I think I've learned something here. You're telling me that the office of the special counsel, was thinking through the eventualities if we indict the president. And if he says, I can't be indicted here is our notional response. That is the document. That's in your possession. That is the document in my possession, which might help to explain why the office of the special counsel, has said that the document describe does not exist because you wrote in the book, it was a quote, draft indictment, which sounds like something a little different. Well, I guess it depends upon how you define a draft indictment. Yes. And I think it's very possible. I mean, the special counsel when it responds has become quite gifted prevaricate, or it is quite possible, that they responded accurately. But that nevertheless, this document exists and goes to China, understand very significant moment in the thinking of the special counsel. So the statement from Peter. Dr rubber molar spokesman is the documents described do not exist. You insist you have a document in your possession. And maybe the difference here is on the word described. He thinks you described it wrong, it is quite possible. Yes. There is only one, quote from this document in your book, and it is headline United States of America against Donald J Trump defendant, is that everyone of that quote, yes. In a legal document. Wouldn't it be more normal to say United States of America versus Donald J Trump? I can't tell you that I know that this is precisely what it says with that's word for word. Okay. What was your standard for sourcing? You must've heard a ton of things. And some of it, you decide is hearsay in Soviet, you don't believe in some that you do believe. How did you decide what went in this book, and, and what didn't make the cut? Obviously everything in this book, is something that I concluded is accurate and true. That's the process of do I trust my source number one. And then I like to hear it a couple of times, I'm thinking of the famous Watergate stories by Woodward and Bernstein, it was said that their standard was they wanted to hear two sources was that your standard? Anything in here spy to sources most everything in here is either by multiple sources or in some cases by someone. Absolutely trust, does the president talk to you anymore. He doesn't did you ask for this book? I did not. And I think it's important to explain why that Donald Trump on my last book, tried to stop the publication of that book. Sure. So I decided in this instance better not play with fire. Do you feel you've learned? Something about the president that you didn't know in the course of this book as opposed to the previous one. So good question when I went into the first book, I thought that there was some rationality about Donald Trump a method to his madness. I no longer believe that is that more troubling to you than if he had a grand plan. It is more troubling. Yes. I mean we might in the N B safer for it. You know, the narrative when this administration began his that he was a right wing despot, and Thub, who would bring terrible policies to the United States. And I think there's probably less of a chance of that because everything shifts from moment to moment, and he has no GRANDE intentions here. Whatever irrational moment, he has now might as well be reversed by in other irrational moment to come. Michael.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on KCRW

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07:40 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Michael Wolff insists his second book on President Trump is all true is I fire and fury described a dysfunctional, White House. The president threatened to sue other journalists questioned wolves facts, but it was a huge seller. His second book is called siege. Trump under fire wolf no longer has the White House access that led to his first book, but says he interviewed sources around the president. He also makes an explosive claim special counsel Robert Muller's office prepare to quote, draft indictment of the president. Miller spokesman denied that only the second time Muller ever denied a new story. So we went into our talk wondering, what will knows and how he knows it. What do people who have spent a lot of time close to the president think of him. They think he is violent ludicrous, ludicrous, ludicrous. What do you mean by that word? I mean, there's no logic to what he does. There's no way to intimidate what he's going to do often. What he ends up doing defies logic defies. Everybody's expectations defies explanation. When you hear this from people who've been around the president is there, a but anywhere to say, I love this man, but there used to be, so I've done. This is my second book. This is a sequel. I've spent the last three years, pretty much non stop talking about Donald Trump. And there used to be butts, there are no butts now I might make a reservation for some of the most syncophantic people around him. But even they if you push them a little get to the violin ludicrous, pretty quickly. I'm thinking of a description attributed to a former senior White House officials Steve Bannon describing the president of the United States, and the president of Russia Putin, and Trump quote to narcissistic cult leader, type presidents. Both had populace talents. Get both were alternately out for their own benefit, and then a key line here, I think of the to Putin was the far cleverer one that sounds like Steve Bannon who did so much to promote. The president's career doesn't seem to think he's very bright. Well, particularly Steve Bannon and Steve appears throughout this book, and he's to me, one of the fascinating figures of this moment, partly because he is so conflicted. It goes very deep. What Steve Bannon feels about Donald Trump, and it would be in part that he is vile, and in part that he is ludicrous, but also impart, and maybe this is the but that you were looking. For that. He is somehow magical at times. He somehow pulls the rabbit out of the hat one everyone would expect that he would not be able to. As has been widely reported already you note that there was a draft indictment drawn up in the office of the special counsel. That was looking into Russian interference and possible obstruction of Justice by the president. What was that indictment? Let me explain the, the, the document in my possession. It's a memorandum of law, it assumes that the president has been indicted it assumes that the president has gone into court and made a motion to dismiss the indictment on the grounds that a president cannot be indicted in this is the response to that motion, and the documents fifty six page document has two parts the first part outlines all of the particulars of the indictment, hence my characterization of this draft and Dighton and the second part is an argument in incredibly powerful argument, by the way about why the special counsel can in fact in a sitting president. I think I've learned something here. You're telling me that the office of the special counsel, was thinking through the eventual, if we indict the president, and if he says, I can't be indicted here is our. National response. That is the document. That's in your possession. That is the document in my possession, which might help to explain why the office of the special counsel, has said that the document described does not exist because you wrote in the book, it was a quote, draft indictment, which sounds like something a little different. Well, yeah, I guess it depends upon how you define a draft indictment. Yes. And I think it's very possible. I mean, the special counsel when it responds has become quite gifted, prevaricate her. It is quite possible, that they responded accurately. But that nevertheless, this document exists and goes to try to understand very significant moment in the thinking of the special counsel. So the statement from Peter car rubber molar spokesman is the documents described do not exist. You insist you have document in your possession. And maybe the difference here is on the word described. He thinks you described it wrong it is. Quite possible. Yes. There is only one, quote from this document in your book, and it is headline United States of America against Donald J Trump defendant. Is that everyone that a quote? Yes. In a legal document, wouldn't it be more normal to say United States of America versus Donald J Trump defined? I can't tell you that I know that this is precisely what it says. That's word for word. Okay. What was your standard for sourcing you must have heard a ton of things? And some of it, you decide is hearsay and solve it. You don't believe in some it. You do believe. How did you decide what went in this book, and, and what didn't make the cut? Obviously everything in this book, is something that I concluded is accurate and true. That's a process of do. I trust my source number one, and then I you know, like to hear it a couple of times, I'm thinking of the famous Watergate stories by Woodward and Bernstein, it was said that their standard was they wanted to hear to sources was that your standard. Anything in here is by two sources most everything in here is either by multiple sources or in some cases, by someone I absolutely trust, does the president talk to you anymore. He doesn't did you ask for this book? I did not. And I think it's important to explain why that Donald Trump on my last book, tried to stop the publication of that book, your so I decided in this instance better not play with fire. Do you feel you've learned? Something about the president that you didn't know in the course of this book as opposed to the previous one. So good question when I went into the first book, I thought that there was some rationality about Donald Trump a method to his madness. I no longer believe that is that more troubling to you than if he had a grand plan. It is more troubling. Yes. I mean we might in the N B safer for it. You know, the narrative when this administration began his that he was a right wing despot, and Thub, who would bring terrible policies to the United States. And I think there's probably less of a chance of that because everything shifts from moment to moment, and he has no GRANDE intentions here. Whatever irrational moment, he has now might as well be reversed by in other irrational moment to come..

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"michael wolff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For a few hours until finally, people got to Robert Muller and said, Mr. Muller, you said on multiple occasions, that was not a factor. So what did they do? They had to scramble and then the special counsel's office frankly, I think with a little lift and help and maybe cover even in a professional manner from the attorney general bar deciding to join in the statement with the special counsel. So you had the department of Justice and the special counsels offices jointly, releasing a statement clarifying in other words, fixing the mess that Muller made earlier in the day, it is press conference, and that statement was very clear, and it was written and released by Kerry, pack, who is a spokeswoman for the DOJ. Peter cars the spokesman for the special counsel's office member when there. The report earlier in the week who made the report. Oh, oh, this idiot, Michael Wolff, who's just a known liar that. Oh, there was an indictment that had been drawn up on obstruction charges for Donald Trump. Well, the only other time the special counsel's office ever commented on something being fake news was the whole BuzzFeed Osco. And but for them to step out and say, no, we never drew up any indictment was a big deal. So then finally, they released the statement, the media had already taken the bait, they were out they were swimming out dragging the line. You know, as far as they possibly could write back to their psychosis, and rage, and, and this fantasy of impeachment that they have, and then it comes out. They attorney general at previously stated that the special counsel repeatedly of firmed that he was not saying that bore, but for the office of legal counsel, opinion, other words department of Justice policies, as to the constitutional question of whether you can or cannot indict a sitting president, he would have found. Another words is not saying. That, that opinion that he otherwise would have found the president guilty of obstruction of structure of Justice. He said, just the opposite it played, no part in the decision making the special counsel's report in his statement, totally made clear today that the office concluded they would not reach any determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime. There are no conflict in these statements. That was what I think the bone that was thrown to Muller by the attorney general because clearly Muller. I honestly believe he did not read, what he was beforehand, the statement that he read because he knows he would otherwise have been lying, and that he had numerous witnesses on the record that would have said, no be said, just the opposite again, and again, and again, and again, and again and you know this whole idea. I mean you know bars so smart on the law. All you just you just watch how his brain works so understanding of policy, and, you know, had to refute Muller's claim during his take no questions. I never wanna talk again for the rest of my life until I die press conference that he could not recommend the president be charged. No, that's not true either. And I can assure you the guy that appointed team Weisman. Yeah. Read license to lie, Sydney Powell. He has with he withheld on the past scope, Batori evidence. And then, of course, he lost tens of thousands of American jobs in the Enron, accounting case. And then he lost in the supreme court, how hard is it to lose nine zero in the supreme court pretty hard? And he puts four Merrill executives in jail. But that was also overturned five in the fifth circuit. Why would you point him guy? That was at Hillary Clinton's victory party wasn't a victory party. It was a funeral funeral for a candidate is what you'd call it. This is not. Okay. No. It's not. And why would you appoint Clinton's own attorney? And how do you only appoint Obama donors Clinton donors at cetera? Why you can't find a single Republican concern. How about a libertarian to be a part of this witch hunt that he put together? I think you know, last night, kind of scared me when Rudy Giuliani said, in all the time, he was representing the president, and I've not asked chase secular. This question, but I will you know, he only spoke to Muller once who was running this operation. I mean there's something off here. I have my own thoughts. I'll keep them to myself, but something is really really off. But it doesn't matter hook line and sinker, the predictable media mob. The predictable response, the predictable guidance of rage and psychosis takes over, because this is who they now are these are people that only care about one thing, and that is doing anything saying, anything advancing any li- any conspiracy theory. I mean, you know, it's hilarious that the New York Times you knows now saying, don't go on Maddow show or Don lemon show, or CNN, or MSNBC, because we think they're biased because they've gotten sucked in with them for the entire two years, because they wanted to believe it, too, and they're acting like somehow, we're just going to stay away from these partisan shows, by the way, and they mentioned my name, and I'm like you've never been invited. And I don't want your fake news anyway, and I was right and you were wrong the entire time. So why would I go to your newspaper, which is nothing, by the way, when Donald Trump leaves office? Let me tell all the people that fake news. CNN and conspiracy. TV MSNBC and New York Times, Washington Post, let me tell you. It's over. It's done. You better hope, for your business and business only that Donald Trump gets reelected, otherwise, you will dissolve to be a company because that's what you're making your living on peddling lies in conspiracy theories to goalable people that actually believe the crap you put out but not this audience. We've been right. Hate, listen, wanna remind you that if you are not if you're using public wifi, even if it's password protected. The doesn't matter. You're not gonna put out your financial documents or password. You wouldn't put it on your front door for people to copy. Right. Well, that's exactly what you're doing. When you use. Public wifi and believe it or not these cyber criminals, great even getting into password protected public wifi, the way to protect yourself as with Norton secure VPN. It's virtual private network. It will encrypt all of your connections, even on public wifi. 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"michael wolff" Discussed on KTRH

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13:09 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on KTRH

"Elrushbo, and EIB men. Dot US. As I say, there are. Other things happening out there. Ladies John touch on some of those, I don't wanna get sidetrack some other things here, spend three hours this I'm pretty much setting. I've got say about pending, what others may say that requires a reaction, for example, right now, they formerly bulbous Jerry Nadler is doing a press conference. He is chairman, a House Judiciary committee. He's reacting to Mahler and I didn't even need listen to this to know what never saying Muller. Clearly, these guys this Mirage that Trump is gettable tall Trump's gotta, but we couldn't do it because the Justice department guidelines by God, why God, we know something's there. And he's had remedies for some things like this. Reside in congress clearly meaning impeachment. So. You know, nad verts look just out there doing his reaction to this, and it has brought forth. A whole bunch of Democrats from behind closed doors beginning now to shout impeachment. We gotta do it. Trae quired Muller's Bernie much giving us the roadmap than it at at, and we're rolling on, on Nadler. And if he says, anything here noteworthy, we will we will have it now, there is a, a new book out there by a fabulous. You know what, you know how the definition of fabulous is what it is. A lot of people misunderstand, the word that term, fabulous. Oh, somebody does fabulous things. No. Somebody makes up fables invents things. And that's what Michael Wolfe is. He's an author, but he is a fabulous. He had his first book on Trump that had a bunch of stuff in it. That wasn't true. And he eventually admitted well, yeah. That might not quite a happen. The way reported did still reads good. Doesn't it? Did it sold a hell of a lot of copies because there's a bunch of depraved people out there who want to rean lies, if it makes them feel good about them like Muller, giving these clowns they're Mirage today to continue to chase. Oh, he's written a new one. His new book, the I it, it's siege Trump under fire and the big takeaway from this book, the big fable in this book, is that Robert J Muller third had three indictments already prepared and written to be handed down. On Trump for obstructing Justice. Now prior to today Muller had only spoken publicly one time and it was in the form of. Press statement denying a claim by BuzzFeed that Michael Cohen had given the special counsel, office evidence that Trump and colluded with Russia, such thing they immediately. Issued a denial and they've done the same thing here. They have said and a lot of people thought that, that what might be what Muller's little press conference today was about was the attempt to, to deny this latest claim that there were three invited. He didn't actually bring that up, but his office, which is now shuttered today that was an office, special counsels closed Muller has gone to Saint Kitts. It's not going to testify. He's not gonna show up the report is his testimony. That's it. Don't ask them anymore. I'm not saying anymore. The Republicans ought not let him get away with that. By the way Muller, does need to testify, and the Republicans need to be the ones carrying the ball on this. They need to get him up there. What about the dossier? What about all of this, that you haven't reported on did you know about the dossier? Do you know that it's made up? Do you know that was political opposition research? Do you know that it was formed a large part of the entire investor? Gatien before you picked up the job. That's I think that's why he doesn't want to testify. He doesn't wanna get those, he's not afraid of what the Democrats are going to ask him. He's obviously on the same page of the Democrats. Everybody wants to get Trump. He delivered his final assist today in helping Democrats do it. By making them think that there are impeachable offenses, that Muller, just couldn't prove. No take that back. It's better than that. He has made them think that Trump committed crimes, but that the couldn't indict him because he's a sitting president that only Jerry Nadler and his guys in the house can do it. Yeah. He he did not say that we don't have evidence he implied. We got all kinds of, but we can't charge because of the guidelines. So we shall see what we shall see. Michael Wolff is now being ripped to shreds again for making something up. I mean, if special counsel's office had three indictments written and ready to be handed down charging Trump with the structure of which he claims special counsel is denied that hit my, my point is this. If you're Michael Wolff. Why why shouldn't you lie? Everybody else is. Everybody else in the media's lying and getting away with it. Why shouldn't you? Now the headline of the story in the daily caller Muller, spokesman knocked down major claim in Michael wolves new book, special counsel's office flatly denying wolves claim that Mahler drew up a draft indictment against Trump for obstruction of Justice wolf claims, the book is not out, you'll be released next month. Wolf claims prosecutors indictment with three obstruction charges against Trump document sat on Muller's desk for the better part of a year was the subject of heated debate within the special counsel's office. Wolf claims wolf claims that he obtained the documents from sources close to the office of special counsel. My point is the New York Times in the Washington Post and CNN and former and current government officials all lied for two years. And there's no other way to say it for two years. The news media in this country was filled daily with multiple stories on the walls closing in on Trump. The evidence was there colluded with the Russians Muller was on the way to nailing down. I mean every day we got the stuff. And all of it turns out to be totally made up all of turns out to be untrue. Not a single Sewri of it was true. And none of those media people apologize. None of those media people have done a Mayock opened. None of them have even referred to it. So if you're Michael Wolff, and you're writing a book and you want to sell books and you know there's an audience out of it. Why not lie? The New York Times did. The Washington Post dead, the Associated Press dead. They all pedal, the bunch of fake news. Some of them even one Pulitzer prizes for doing so like CNN. There's a major problem with wolves allegation. It says here, the documents that you have described do not exist fed Peter car, the spokesman for Muller's office. So these indictments that wolf says sat on the desk for a year. The special counsel's office said they don't even exist. Well, that's kind of and bigamous the documents that you have described do not exist. Why not just say Muller didn't do any such thing. Why not just say we never up any documents indicting the president instead of saying those documents you've described or not exist? It doesn't say they didn't exist. The special counsel's office have not denied that the documents did exist. They have just said that they do not exist. Now, okay. They could've been trashed they could have been shredded, but they could have been real. If I'm wolf. I'm gonna take the special Michael, if you're listening out there for anybody go ahead and continue with your story here, buddy. They haven't really denied it. And even if they don't deny it, everybody else's lying, and has gotten rich. Have at it. Fake news today. Anything to get Trump? If your book nails Trump stick with it. My man keep lying everybody else in the media does. That's my advice to Michael Wolff certainly do not do not retract. This. Michael, do not retract this the special counsel has not said that those documents never did exist. They just said, they don't exist. Now the special counsel did not deny your allegation that there were indictments drawn up. They just say they don't exist now. Well, of course they don't. They just shut down the office. See how this works ladies and gentlemen. So fake news can be perpetuated. It can grow in Cannock spanned, and it can also be. Accredited, it has been fake news lies and all this has been the order of the day. Fake news have set the narrative that continues to live to this very day that Trump is cheap to that. He colluded with Russia, stole the election, that Hillary should have won and needs to be thrown out of office, that nothing's changed that narrative not the mullahs report because the very people responsible for that narrative arc continually at Colmey has an op-ed in the Washington Post yesterday. I mean, they're all continuing on this basis. So Michael Wolff you have a place in this club. Don't give it up. Fascinating piece by Andy Posner, Andy Puzder chief executive officer of C, K, E restaurants for more than sixteen years, following a career as a warrior nominated by President Trump to serve as US labor secretary in two thousand eleven co author job creation, how it really works and why government doesn't understand his latest book is the capitalist comeback. The Trump boom and the left's plot to stop it. Book came out, April twenty four twenty eighteen and there is a piece here by Mr. Fuster, excuse me. Hang tight congestion last Thursday night, man. I was just I've one of the fastest moving calls in the history of my having colds, and I just started jamming on Musa necks, and it broke it up fast, but it still being broken up. I've still got this, this is I've had to call here in south three months. I haven't had that happen in years. Anyway. This piece it ran on, on Fox News. Our booming economy can still overcome. Progressive misinformation propaganda and myth. And there are. Some pull quotes in this that are really good. I just wanna share them with you. In a by the way, it, it, it, it is a great accompaniment to a piece, I have in the stack on the Cuban economy. The Cuban economy is falling apart. That's never been great shakes, but you know Cuba is one of the state sponsors of socialism in Venezuela. Cuba is attempting to help Venezuela survived in the process, Cuba, Cuban government is causing great damage to their on Konomi to the great detriment of the Cuban people. So this piece would be a great accompaniment to that. But here here, a couple of quotes, and for those of you get into arguments with people about capitalism vs, socialism, this may be.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Everything I've got say about pending, what others may say that requires a reaction, for example, right now, the formerly bulbous Jerry Nadler is doing a press conference. He is chairman, a House Judiciary committee. He's reacting to Mahler and I didn't even need listen to this to know. It never say Muller clearly, these guys this Mirage that Trump is gettable. That's what he told Trump's gettable. We couldn't do it because Justice department guidelines, but God, God, we know something's there, any said remedies for some things like this. Reside in congress clearly meaning impeachment so. You know, nad verts look just out there doing his reaction to this. And if has brought forth a whole bunch of Democrats from behind closed doors beginning now to shout impeachment. We got to do it tree quired Muller's Fernie much giving us the roadmap that. And we're rolling on, on that learn if he says, anything here noteworthy, we will we will have it now, there is a, a new book out there by a fabulous. You know what, you know how the definition of fabulous job? It is. A lot of people misunderstand, the word that term, fabulous. Somebody does fabulous things. No. Somebody makes up fables invents things. And that's what Michael Wolfe is. He's an author but he has a fabulous. He had his first book on Trump that had a bunch of stuff in it. That wasn't true. And he eventually admitted. Yeah. That might not quite a happen the way I reported it still reads. Good. Doesn't it? And it's it sold a hell of a lot of copies because there's a bunch of depraved people out there who want to rean lies, if it makes them feel good about them. So Muller giving these clowns they're Mirage today to continue to chase. So he's written a new one. His new book, the I it see Trump under fire in the big takeaway from this book, the big fable in this book, is that Robert J Muller third had three indictments already prepared and written to be handed down. On Trump for obstructing Justice. Now prior to today Muller had only spoken publicly one time and it was in the form of. Press statement denying a claim by BuzzFeed that Michael Cohen had given the special counsel, office evidence that trumpet colluded with Russia, such thing they immediately. Issued a denial and they've done the same thing here. They have said and a lot of people thought that what might be what Muller's little press conference today was about was the attempt to deny this latest claim that there were three indicted, he didn't actually bring that up, but his office, which is now shuttered today that was in the office of special counsels closed Muller has gone to Saint Kitts. It's not gonna testify he's not going to show up the report is his testimony. That's it don't ask me anymore. I'm not saying any more. The Republicans ought not let him get away with that. By the way Muller, does need to testify, and the Republicans need to be the ones carrying the ball on this. They need to get him up there. What about the dossier? What about all of this, that you haven't reported on did you know about the dossier? Did you know that it's made up? Do you know that was political opposition research? Do you know that it was formed a large part of the entire invested? Gatien before you picked up the job. That's I think that's why he doesn't wanna testify. He doesn't want to get those, he's not afraid to what the Democrats are going to ask him. He's obviously on the same page of the Democrats. Everybody wants to get Trump. He delivered his final assist today in helping Democrats do it. By making them think that there are impeachable offenses, that Muller, just couldn't prove. No take that back. It's better than that. He has made them think that Trump committed crimes, but that the couldn't indict him because he's a sitting president that only Jerry Nadler in his guys in house can do it. Yeah. He he did not say that we don't have evidence he implied. We got all kinds evidence. But we can't charge because of the guidelines. So we shall see what we shall see. But Michael Wolfe is now being ripped to shreds again for making something up. I mean, if special counsel's office had three indictments written and ready to be handed down. Charging Trump with the structure of which he claims special counsel is denied that hit my point is this. If you're Michael Wolff. Why why shouldn't you lie? Everybody else is. Everybody else in the media's lying and getting away with it. Why shouldn't you? Now the headline of the story in the daily caller Muller spokesman knocks down major claim and Michael Wolff new book, special counsel's office flatly denying wolves claim that Muller, drew up a draft indictment against Trump for obstruction of Justice wolf. Claims the book is not out, you'll be released next month. Wolf claims prosecutors are up indictment with three obstruction charges against Trump document sat on Muller's desk for the better part of a year was the subject of heated debate within the special counsel's office. Wolf claims wolf claims that he obtained the documents from sources close to the office of special counsel. My point is the New York Times in the Washington Post and CNN and former and current government officials all lied for two years. And there's no other way say it for two years. The news media in this country was filled daily with multiple stories on the walls closing in on Trump. The evidence was there colluded with the Russians Muller was on the way to nailing down. I mean every day we got the stuff. And all of it turns out to be totally made up all of it turns out to be untrue. Not a single Sewri of it was true. And none of those media, people of apologize. None of those media, people have done, none of them have even referred to it. So if you're Michael Wolff, and you're writing a book and you want to sell books and you know there's an audience out of it. Why not lie? The New York Times did. The Washington Post dead, the Associated Press dead. They all pedal, the bunch of fake news. Some of them even one Pulitzer prizes for doing so like CNN. There's a major problem with wolves allegation. It says here, the documents that you have described, do not exist said, Peter car, the spokesman for Muller's office. So these indictments that wolf says sat on the desk for a year. The special counsel's office said they don't even exist. Well, that's kind of 'em bigamous the documents that you have described do not exist. Why not just say Muller didn't do any such thing. Why not just say we never up any documents indicting the president instead of saying those documents you've described or not exist? It doesn't say they didn't exist. The special counsel's office have not denied that the documents did exist. They have just said that they do not exist. Now, okay. They could've been trashed they could've been shredded, but they could have been real. If I'm wolf. I'm gonna take the special Michael, if you're listening out there for anybody go ahead and continue with your story here, buddy. They haven't really denied it. And even if they do deny, it, everybody else's lying, and has gotten rich. Have added. Fake news is the order today. Anything to get Trump? If your book nails Trump stick with it. My man, keep lying. Everybody else in the media does. That's my advice to Michael Wolff certainly do not do not retract. This. Michael, do not retract this the special counsel has not said that those documents never did exist. They just said, they don't exist. Now the special counsel did not deny your allegation that there were indictments drawn up. They just say they don't exist now. Well, of course they don't. They just shut down the office. See how this works ladies and gentlemen. So fake news can be perpetuated. It can grow in Cannock spanned, and it can also be. Accredited, it has been fake news lies and all this been the order of the day, fake news have set the narrative that continues to live to this very day that Trump is a cheap to that. He colluded with Russia, stole the election, that Hillary should have one and needs to be thrown out of office, that nothing's changed that narrative not the mullahs report because the very people responsible for that narrative. Arc continuing Komi has an op-ed in the Washington Post yesterday. I mean, they're all continuing on this basis. So Michael Wolff you have a place in this club. Don't give it up. Fascinating piece by Andy Puzder, Andy Puzder chief executive officer of CK e restaurants for more than sixteen years, following a career as a warrior nominated by President Trump to serve as US labor secretary in two thousand eleven co author job creation, how it really works. Why government doesn't understand his latest book is the capitalist comeback. The Trump boom and the left's plot to stop it. Book came out, April twenty four twenty eighteen and there is a piece here by Mr. Fuster, excuse me. Hang tight congestion last Thursday night, man. I was just one of the fastest moving colds in the history of my having colds. And I just started jamming on Musa necks, and it broke it up fast, but I it's still being broken up. I've still got this, this is I've had to call here, inside three months. I haven't had that happen in years. Anyway. This piece it ran on, on Fox News are booming economy can still overcome. Progressive misinformation propaganda and myth. And there are. Some pull quotes in that are really good. I just wanna share them with you. In a by the way, it, it, it is a great accompaniment to a piece, I have in the stack on the Cuban economy. The Cuban economy is falling apart. That's never been great shakes. But you know Cuba is one of the state sponsors of socialism in Venezuela. Cuba is attempting to help Venezuela survive it in the process, Cuba, Cuban government is causing great damage to their own economy to the great detriment of the Cuban people. So this piece would be a great accompaniment to that. But here here, a couple of quotes in for those of you get into arguments with people about capitalism vs, socialism. This may be helpful..

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"michael wolff" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Elrushbo at EIB. Dot US. As I say, there are. Other things happening out there ladies touch on some of those, I don't wanna get sidetrack some other things here. It's been three hours. This I'm pretty much everything. I've got say about it pending, what others may say that requires a reaction, for example, right now, the formerly bulbous Jerry Nadler is doing a press conference. He is chairman, a House Judiciary committee. He's reacting to Muller and I've even needed listen to this to know what never saying Muller, clearly, gave these guys this Mirage that Trump is gettable. Twenty of them, get a but we couldn't do it because the Justice department guidelines, but God, why God, we know something's there and he said remedies for some things like this. Reside in congress clearly meaning impeachment. So. Nadler, it's look just out there doing his reaction to this. And it has brought forth. A whole bunch of Democrats from behind closed doors beginning now to shout impeachment. We got gotta do it required. Muller's Bernie much giving us the roadmap that at at at at. And we're rolling on on that. Learn of says anything here noteworthy, we will we will have. Now, there is a, a new book out there by a fabulous. You know what the definition of fabulous is what it is. A lot of people misunderstand, the word that term, fabulous all somebody, those fabulous things. No. Somebody makes up fables invents things. And that's what Michael Wolfe is. He's an author but he has a fabulous. He had his first book on Trump that had a bunch of stuff in it. That wasn't true. And he eventually admitted well, yeah. That might not quite a happen the way I reported it still reads. Good. Doesn't it? We did it sold a hell of a lot of copies because there's a bunch of depraved people out there who want to rean lies, if it makes them feel good about this, like Muller, giving these clowns they're Mirage today to continue to chase. So he's written a new one. His new book, the I it, it see Trump under fire and the big takeaway from this book, the big fable in this book, is that Robert J Muller third had three indictments already prepared and written to be handed down. On Trump for obstructing Justice. Now prior to today Muller had only spoken publicly one time and it was in the form of. Press statement denying a claim by BuzzFeed that Michael Cohen had given the special counsel, office evidence that Trump colluded with Russia, such thing. They immediately issued a denial and they've done the same thing here. They have said and a lot of people thought that what might be what Muller's little press conference today was about was the attempt to. Deny this latest claim that there were three invited. He didn't. Actually bring that up, but his office, which is now been shuttered today, that was in the office, special counsels closed, Mahler has gone to Saint Kitts. It's not going to testify he's not gonna show up the report is his testimony. That's it. Don't ask anymore. I'm not saying any more. The Republicans ought not let him get away with that. By the way Muller, does need to testify, and the Republicans need to be the ones carrying the ball on this. They need to get him up there. What about the dossier, what about all of this, that you haven't reported on did you know about the dossier? Did you know that it's made up? Do you know that was political opposition research? Do you know that it was formed, a large part of the entire investigation before you picked up the job? That's I think that's why he doesn't wanna testify. He doesn't wanna get those, he's not afraid of what the Democrats are going to ask him. He's obviously on the same page of the Democrats. Everybody wants to get Trump. He delivered his final assist today in helping Democrats do it. By making them think that there are impeachable offenses, that Muller, just couldn't prove. No take that back. It's better than that. He has made them think that Trump committed crimes, but that the couldn't indict him because he's a sitting president that only Jerry Nadler and his guys in the house can do it. Yeah. He he did not say that we don't have evidence he implied, we got all kinds of it, but we can't charge because of the guidelines. So we shall see what we shall see. But Michael Wolfe is now being ripped to shreds again for making something up. I mean, if the special counsel's office had three indictments written and ready to be handed down charging Trump with the structure of which he claims special counsel is denied that hit my, my point is this. If you're Michael Wolff. Why why shouldn't you lie? Everybody else is. Everybody else in the media's lying and getting away with it. Why shouldn't you? Now the headline of the story in the daily caller Muller spokesman knocks down major claim and Michael wolves new book, special counsel's office flatly denying wolves claim that Mahler drew up a draft indictment against Trump for obstruction of Justice wolf clams, the book is not out, you'll be released next month. Wolf claims prosecutor's indictment with three obstruction charges against Trump document sat on Muller's desk for the better part of a year was the subject of heated debate within the special counsel's office wolf claims will claims that he obtained the documents from sources close to the office of special counsel. My point is the New York Times in the Washington Post and CNN and former and current government officials all lied for two years. And there's no other way say it for two years. The news media in this country was filled daily with multiple stories on the walls closing in on Trump. The evidence was there and colluded with the Russians Muller was on the way the nailing down. I mean, every day, we got this stuff. And all of it turns out to be totally made up all of it turns out to be untrue. Not a single story of it was true. And none of those media, people of apologize. Not of those media, people have done a makeup. None of them have even referred to it. So if you're Michael Wolff, and you're writing a book and you want to sell books and you know there's an audience out of it. Why not lie? The New York Times did. The Washington Post dead, the Associated Press dead. They all pedal, the bunch of fake news. Some of them even one Pulitzer prizes for doing so like CNN. There's a major problem with wolves allegation. It says here, the documents that you have described, do not exist said, Peter car, the spokesman for Muller's office. So these indictments that wolf says sat on the desk for a year. The special counsel's office said they don't even exist. Well, that's kind of 'em bigamous the documents that you have described do not exist. Why not just say Muller didn't do any such thing. Why not just say we never up any documents indicting the president instead of saying those documents you've described or not exist? It doesn't say they didn't exist. The special counsel's office have not denied that the documents did exist. They have just said that they do not exist. Now, okay. They could've been trashed they could've been shredded, but they could have been real. If I'm wolf. I'm gonna take the special Michael, if you're listening out there for anybody go ahead and continue with your story here, buddy. They haven't really denied it. And even if they do deny, it, everybody else's lying, and has gotten rich. Hev ad. Fake news is the order today. Anything to get Trump? If your book nails Trump stick with it. My man, keep lying. Everybody else in the media does. That's my advice to Michael Wolff certainly do not do not retract. This. Michael, do not retract this the special counsel has not said that those documents never did exist. They just said, they don't exist. Now the special counsel did not deny your allegation that there were indictments drawn up. They just say they don't exist now. Well, of course they don't. They just shut down the office. See how this works ladies and gentlemen. So fake news can be perpetuated. It can grow in Cannock spanned, and it can also be. Accredited, it has been fake news lies and all this been the order of the day, fake news have set the narrative that continues to live to this very day that Trump is a cheap to that. He colluded with Russia, stole the election, that Hillary should have won and needs to be thrown out of office, that nothing's changed that narrative not the mullahs report because the very people responsible for that narrative. Arc continuing it Colmey has an op-ed in the Washington Post yesterday. I mean, they're all continuing on this basis. So Michael Wolff you have a place in this club. Don't give it up. Piece by Andy Posner, Andy Puzder chief executive officer of CK e restaurants for more than sixteen years, following a career as a while you're nominated by President Trump to serve as US labor secretary in two thousand eleven co author job creation, how it really works. Why government doesn't understand his latest book is the capitalist comeback. The Trump boom and the left's plot to stop it. Book came out April twenty four twenty eighteen and there is a piece here by Mr. poster. Excuse me. Hang tight congestion last Thursday night. Man, I was just I've one of the fastest moving calls in the history of my having cold. And I just started jamming on Musa necks, and it broke it up fast, but it's still being broken up. I've still got this, this is I've had to call here in three months. I haven't had that happen in years. Anyway. This piece that it ran on, on Fox News, our booming economy can still overcome. Progressive misinformation propaganda and myth. And there are some pull quotes that are really good. I just wanna share them with you. In a by the way, it, it, it is a great accompaniment to a piece, I have in the stack on the Cuban economy. The Cuban economy is falling apart. That's never been great shakes. But you know Cuba is one of the state sponsors of socialism in Venezuela. Cuba is attempting to help Venezuela survived in the process, Cuba, Cuban government is causing great damage to their on a Konomi to the great detriment of the Cuban people. So this would be great accompaniment to that. But here here, a couple of quotes, for those of you get into arguments with people about capitalism vs, socialism. This may be helpful. In a capitalist economy. The only way you can improve your life is by satisfying, the needs of others. That is by providing the products or services that other people.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The guidelines. So we shall see what we shall see. But Michael Wolfe is now being ripped to shreds again for making something up. I mean, if the special counsel's office had three indictments written and ready to be handed down. Charging Trump with the structure of which he claims special counsel is denied that it, my, my point is this. If you're Michael Wolff. Why, why should you lie? Everybody else is. Everybody else in the media's lying and getting away with it. Why shouldn't you? Now the headline of the story in the daily caller Muller spokesman knocks down major claim and Michael wolves new book, special counsel's office flatly denying wolves claim that Mahler drew up a draft indictment against Trump for obstruction of Justice wolf clams, the book is not out, you'll be released next month. Wolf claims prosecutor's indictment with three obstruction charges against Trump documents sat on Muller's desk for the better part of a year was the subject of heated debate within the special counsel's office. Wolf claims wolf claims that he obtained the documents from sources close to the office of special counsel. My point is the New York Times, and the Washington Post and CNN and former. And current government officials all lied for two years. And there's no other way to say it for two years. The news media in this country was filled daily with multiple stories on the walls closing in on Trump. The evidence was there. He ended colluded with the Russians Muller was on the way to nailing down. I mean every day we got the stuff. And all of it turns out to be totally made up all of it turns out to be untrue. Not a single story of it was true. And none of those media, people have apologize. None of those media people have done a may opened. None of them have even referred to it. So if you're Michael Wolff, and you're writing a book and you want to sell books and you know there's an audience out of it. Why not lie? The New York Times did. The Washington Post dead, the Associated Press dead. They all pedal, the bunch of fake news. Some of them even one Pulitzer prizes for doing so like CNN. There's a major problem with wolves allegation. It says here, the documents that you have described, do not exist said, Peter car, the spokesman for Muller's office. So these indictments that wolf says sat on the desk for a year and a special counsel's office said they don't even exist. Well, that's kind of in big use the documents that you have described do not exist. Why not just say Muller didn't do any such thing. Why not just say we never up any documents indicting the president instead of saying those documents you've described or not exist? It doesn't say they didn't exist. The special counsel's office have not denied that the documents did exist. They have just said that they do not exist. Now, okay. They could've been trashed they could've been shredded, but they could have been real. If I'm wolf. I'm gonna take the special Michael, if you're listening out there for anybody go ahead and continue with your story here, buddy. They haven't really denied it. And even if they do deny, it, everybody else's lying, and has gotten rich. Have had. Fake news is the order today. Anything to get Trump? If your book nails Trump stick with it. My man, keep lying. Everybody else in the media does. That's my advice to Michael Wolff certainly do not do not retract. This. Michael, do not retract this the special counsel has not said that those documents never did exist. They just said, they don't exist. Now the special counsel did not deny your allegation that there were indictments drawn up. They just say they don't exist now. Well, of course they don't they shut down the office. See how this works ladies and gentlemen. So fake news can be perpetuated. It can grow in Cannock spanned, and it can also be. Accredited, it has been fake news lies and all this been the order of the day, fake news have set the narrative that continues to live to this very day that Trump is a cheap to that. He colluded with Russia's stole the election, that Hillary should have one and needs to be thrown out of office, that nothing's changed that narrative not the mullahs report because the very people responsible for that nowadays are continuing Komi has an op Ed in the Washington Post yesterday. I mean, they're all continuing on this basis. So Michael Wolff you have a place in this club. Don't give it up. Fascinating piece by Andy Posner, Andy Puzder chief executive officer of CK e restaurants for more than sixteen years, following a career as a warrior nominated by President Trump to serve as US labor secretary in two thousand eleven co author job creation, how it really works. Why government doesn't understand his latest book is the capitalist comeback. The Trump boom and the left's plot to stop it. Book came out April twenty four twenty eighteen and there is a piece here by Mr. poster excuse me, I got this tight congestion last Thursday night. Man. I was just I've one of the fastest moving calls in the history of my having cold. And I just started jamming on Musa necks, and it broke it up fast, but I it's still being broken up. I've still got this congealed this is I've had to call here in three months. I haven't had that happen in years. Anyway. This piece than it ran on, on Fox News. Our booming economy can still overcome. Progressive misinformation propaganda and myth. And there are. Some pull quotes that are really good. I just wanna share them with you. In a by the way, it, it, it, it is a great accompaniment to a piece, I have in the stack on the Cuban economy. The Cuban economy is falling apart. That's never been great shakes, but you know Cuba is one of the state sponsors of socialism in Venezuela. Cuba is attempting to help Venezuela survive it in the process, Cuba, Cuban government is causing great damage to their own Konami to the great detriment of the Cuban people. So this piece will be great accompaniment to that. But here here, a couple of quotes, for those of you get into arguments with people about capitalism vs, socialism. This may be.

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"michael wolff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Hope you remember that. So here we are back on Tuesday, a lot of ground to cover today. I mean where do we begin for those affected by the horrific weather across the country? Now this latest spate of tornadoes in Ohio. My heart goes out to families with, with just their life, life savings, their furniture their mementos destroyed with, with homes and businesses ripped apart. Hopefully you are insured. Hopefully, you can gather as much of the irreplaceable items as possible amid the wreckage of homes and apartments it's cetera. But last I saw in Ohio, with the massive tornado damage in Ohio, the last I saw. And that was a couple of hours back. There were no fatalities and that's just truly remarkable. And of course, we have continued flooding in Oklahoma. So all those affected by this tornado activity, the heavy thunderstorms. The heavy rain and the flooding. We're pulling for you, and you will put things back together because when there's adversity nothing nothing performs like the American strengthen and, and faith and, and goodwill. So I'm confident that everyone will come back. But again, in Ohio, and least last, I saw wasn't loss of life. When you look at some of these powerful tornadoes, you know, multiple tornadoes shredding, and they call them rapid fire tornadoes. And you know, this is the Dayton Ohio area trot, would Ohio also had one of the earlier or earliest touchdowns of the latest tornado activity. So hopefully things will settle down with certainly in that tornado time of year, you know, April, and may I just historically is when you get the, the conditions right with the moisture coming up from the Gulf, you get the cold air coming. You get the more the hot all mixes up in the middle part of the country. And that's I I'm not a meteorologist, but that's the way that, that I understand how it works that speaking of meteorologists, this little teaser here. I'm going to try to get to this later on. I, I have some audio. I mean, this is unbelievable. A meteorologist on a local TV station affected by this horrific weather a local meteorologist was getting complain. It's about breaking into the network programming to talk about the life and death situations of current tornadoes on the ground, and people were railing this dude on social media and calling the TV station apparent get off the air. Put my show back on in the middle of these horrible, super cells that are jennen up these tornadoes, and putting life at risk people were pissed off and moaning and complaining. Hey, put my show back on what he kind of flips out a little bit, and says, you know sexually shut the hell up. So what we'll get into this a little bit later on? I hear on the program. Yeah. Let's talk about a political tornado for just the second here. Who the heck is going to put any stock in Michael wolf's? New book, Michael member him. Michael wolff. He was the author of the anti-trump book fire and fury last summer or last spring was last year twenty eight teen. Michael Wolff, fire and fury, and all of the inaccuracies in his first book, who the heck is going to pay attention to him in his second book, which is due to come out on.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Michael Wolff, fire, and fury, and all of the inaccuracies in his first book, who the heck is going to pay attention to him in his second book, which is due to come out on get a lotta this the fourth of July. You know, hammering Trump, the new book is called siege Trump under fire, and I who gives us guy, the time of day when there were all kinds of problems inaccuracies, even melted down during a live TV interview, and when he was called out and pretended that is earphone. All I can't hear you. I can't hear anything. When he was called on the carpet for inaccuracies. What the heck is? Let me get into some of the detail on the new book, that's coming out. There's already a big huge breaking item. So in his new book, Michael Wolfe is taking a major swipe at Trump, these Avia claim that the molar team was readying indictments against President Trump. But then bail backed out at the last minute, guess what the Muller offices, saying they're saying what the heck is talking about. That's not true. Hold on. We'll get to that coming up in just a bit. Your phone calls on the way just a loaded show today. Rare earth metals, I've talked about this many times over the years. The Chinese and rare earth metals and the national security threaded faces. I want to try to work that in this hour. We just have a lot of ground three hours a snippet on the way phone number. If you wanna get in, for anything is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and the Schnitt rolls on neck..

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04:31 min | 2 years ago

"michael wolff" Discussed on Techdirt

"Exactly, exactly. But you know. Get your existential. So perfect in so many ways. But, but you know, one of the things that isn't that agreement which you know, I think a lot of people celebrate is that there is this sort of intermediate liability protection element that was included in an agreement. And what's funny is then I saw like the RA AA people whining about like, how dare they put this into an international trade agreements. Like, you guys spent oh really you don't want to do. Mediate live in. Exactly it was. How'd you get the? Yeah. Exactly. And so I mean for people who are listening who don't like, you know, the art in another people have like flat out admitted that the way they got the DMCA done. Would they tried to get congress to pass that law originally and it failed? And then as they said, and I'm this is almost a direct quote. You know, like we ran to Geneva to get it into a trade to then go back to to DC and say now, we have this international obligation, which you know, they put in themselves to get congress to do what it didn't want to do in the first place. So like the fact that they would then wine that somebody else is doing the exact same thing that they pioneered seems a little bit hypocritical. Anyway. A little background for the. Yes. The three of us on this podcast. Have have lived these things for for many. But I'm assuming not everybody listening. So let let's let's let's talk. Let's go back to to sort of the positives of of of last Friday's event and some of the excitement around it. And so, you know, there were I think, you know, what was fun and nicer all these different examples of these works that are suddenly available again in that people can can do stuff with. Now, I'm realizing I was just saying we're going back to the fun and good stuff. And I'm actually not going to do that. Because one of the things that was was very early on was this guy. Michael Wolff who was talking about works that didn't make it into the public domain in that they basically, you know, disappeared from from the world between nineteen Twenty-three in today, and don't exist and might otherwise have existed if they had gone into the public domain earlier. And I think that's that's a big concern that doesn't get nearly enough. Attention. Yeah. As as like now that I'm really much more in scottsd- in the library world working at the internet archive. I've come to understand the site DEA of obsolete formats and formats that just kind of fall apart in your hands. If you know if you touch them, right? So the Mike wolfs presentation focused a lot on film. But one of the formats that my boss Brewster Kahle is particularly passionate about our seventy eight RPM regards, which are the shellac records that predate the vinyl OPE's, and they are riddle. And if you drop them may will shatter until one of the things that you know, we have been working on is finding ways to preserve these works before. Four they are gone like if we were to wait until twenty sixty seven which is the date that these works were set to go into the public domain prior to the music modernization act, which is actually is some more good news around the public domain. You know, we waited till twenty sixty seven these things would not they would not be there. They will be gone. So I think that is a really important concept and one of the roles that libraries have archives have at museums. Right. These cultural institutions have historically played to shepherd these works through when a lot of times, you know. The rights holders aren't interested in doing though. Yeah. I've heard people call it the twentieth century black hole too. You know, and brewster's presentation. It was so stark, you know, he showed a graph of of things going into the public domain based on year..

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Outraged by Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:19 min | 3 years ago

Outraged by Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws

"Certainly plenty of buzz surrounding the upcoming release of Bob Woodward's book that offers an inside look at the Trump White House. In fact, it generated a recent conversation between Woodward and the president name sources, I've been naming the people are just say, you know, people have said I'd say two days following happened. Everyone including yourself. Quoted with the book fear Trump in the White House do out on the eleventh and excerpts already made public. The president is suggesting that libel laws be changed political reporter John Wagner wrote about this for his publication, the Washington Post, and he joins us on the KOMO Newsline. John, we appreciate your time very much. Thanks for having me before we get to this specific issue of libel laws. I wanna talk about someone who obviously is a major influence on your newsroom, and that's Bob Woodward as associate editor at the post, can you give people. An idea exactly what goes into his books. This is not the first one. He's written about a White House in terms of sourcing. Putting it all together before it is made available to the public. You're right. It's certainly not the first one he has written about presidents dating back to Richard Nixon and pretty much everyone in between now up until Donald Trump. The method generally uses is called deep background. He will talk to sources within and around the administration under condition that he can use their material. But most often they are not named. So that gets people to open up a little bit more, his interviews or can taped. So there is a record of everything that is said and from that that really becomes the source material for the book, I just wanted to provide that background because in one of those recorded conversations, we just heard a portion of the president actually praised Mr. Woodward. And of course, that tone has changed since yesterday in those excerpts came out in regards to libel laws. What exactly is the president saying? Tweet this. He said the same article or. Totally make up stories and quoting him here. Now for a picture of a person that is literally the exact opposite of the fact get away with it without your cost. Then he goes on to say, why Washington politicians libel laws? It's an interesting question because otherwise they're actually crafted at the state level, and he doesn't seem to be. You're interested in changing what happens in state legislature? So quickly. This course of action he's actually recommending so on a on a practical front. This is seems to be much more wish than reality. I think that's right. Very similar back in. Michael Wolff, fire and fury came out that also the unflattering picture of the White House, John Wagner. Good enough to join us political reporter with the

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New Zealand becomes the latest country to ban plastic bags

The News Junkie

01:33 min | 3 years ago

New Zealand becomes the latest country to ban plastic bags

"Are there is more of a movement against all this plastic. Stuff that we might as well. Talk about this for a second I know this. Is bubbling up there are people who are, really angry about it there are people who are like. Like me I could. Not care less about the war on straws I don't. Use draws it doesn't impact me doesn't. Really bother me at all. Other people. Get really upset about it. Some people are going out it's fantastic it's great for the environment and the problem is you. End up with more and more of these stories rolling your way and people. Start to get angry, eventually like they're taking, away all our plastic think you'll be okay. But in New Zealand they're committed to? Banning plastic bags for good so could. This become at us soon The the prime minister just cinder, ardor n- and associated. Environmental Minister Eugene sage said they're going to. Ban all this stuff all right single use plastic shopping bags single use plastic cups single anything really single use that's also made out of plastic. Getting rid of it and they. They said over there at least in New Zealand. They supported so a big portion of the, public in New Zealand is all for this I don't. Want Australia they've had. Some backlash against doing this it's happening around the world. Is not just in that local bar. You're going to visit in. That place. You popped into all over. The world they're trying to do something to roll back the plastic and straws and plates and. All kinds of other things so you're going to see more of that as.

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