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"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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08:50 min | 11 months ago

"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Because we have our news views prison barbecues tonight and it's gonna be a blast and if you bought tickets you're gonna have fun if you didn't buy tickets get them next time talk with you we tell you every time it's gonna be a good time and it ends up being a great time and you know what's funny is like there's no video or anything ever shot of this so it's like it whatever happens just disappears into the ether there's no snow digital record of it where we can go back and say Hey that was really funny line I was a good joke that fell flat but it also allows us to have the privilege of just kind of just going for it it's a live shot and we're not on the air there's no delay which is a lot of fun we have got a lot of news it's moving I want to talk about Mike Bloomberg for second I want talk about president trump against a backdrop of Mike Bloomberg trump's secret to running back in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen was really no secret at all the secret was he ran as the mayor of America literally that's really what he did when you think about that the the issues he spoke about you can group them into easy to digest bites and economic message right which was cut taxes cut regulation do better trade deals bring jobs back to America that was economic message he had an infrastructure message which said we got all this stuff around the war around the country that's just collapsing and falling apart we got to rebuild our roads our bridges our airports and modernize the twentieth to the twenty first and twenty second century he also said we got a problem with crime on our streets we have illegal immigrants coming into the country they are not following our laws we are going to secure the border those are our bread and butter like mayor issues mayors talk about that kind of stuff mayors run for office and they go I am tired of grandma getting hit over the head on the way to the store I am sick and tired of criminals roaming the streets in Amman elected the mayor we're going to put the bad guys in jail they're going to be sorry they ever messed with us we're gonna give our police the resources they need we're going to fix the schools and making great we're gonna do this for the for the a business district and we're gonna fix the potholes in the road it's really basic simple stuff anyone he wanted that message and if you go on the checklist he has not closed or OR consummated the deal with China he has not consummated the deal with Mexico and Canada yet but those things are in the works there in the works he's made good on that he's made good on the effort that he could to secure the border by re purposing defense department dollars he has certainly cut regulation administratively at the executive branch level these done very good job with that he has cut taxes you got a tax cut you brought a corporate rate down you have repatriation of money the stock market's doing quite well there's a lot of business confidence happening out there that's a fact and and he said he would kill ISIS so bear it in terms of an analog to running as a mayor take care of the bad guys to secure us from the from the bad people you look at the people he is running against and with light one or two exceptions Max you don't have anybody with executive level experience Cory Booker was the mayor of New York City I mean of of of of Newark New Jersey the biggest city in New Jersey mayor Pete is the mayor of south bend Indiana unfortunately both of them have atrocious track records when it comes to the positions that they held their peace done a very poor job blue converting improving can sing south bend Indiana not to none of none of his fault at all that is a place that was built to be a top of the Notre Dame it's a dump there's a lot of crime is a lot of mana dissension on the streets Newark New Jersey has effectively been I've done since the nineteen fifties when when when you have the are ex ex filtration of of white property owners out of the city into the suburbs and then you had the the the unfortunate riots that took place in the nineteen sixties never to really see that city be rebuilt to its glory days people go to New York for one reason to get on an airplane that's for the airport at sick people don't want to go there and do business so you don't have very good mayoral experience with either to a judge or Cory Booker give Andrew Yang who's a business guy but everybody else running is either a four minute former cabinet administration official or a congressperson or a senator Joe Biden was a vice president you know what that means he broke ties and went to funerals and figure out ways to get his son no show jobs with charisma fact so when Bloomberg threatens to get in the race I don't think Bloomberg has a real chance but I do think it makes the debate far more interesting because Michael Bloomberg has done the job that is out of everybody's job running for the Democrats nomination the closest to being an actual present United States and that is being the the the mayor of the city of New York not not to Blasio style but Giuliani style the idea that you are going to be a law and order guy you are going to protect the city against terrorism you're going to make people feel safe to ride the subways there was not an epidemic of homelessness under Mike Bloomberg there was not people doing drugs in the streets under Mike Bloomberg you couldn't even smoke in bars and restaurants and Bloomberg they took the salt out of the French fries in New York City he band big gulp drinks I mean this guy was a real nanny towards the end of his administration and I'll tell you what for as much as he was in any I'd give anything to see him back in that job today because building Blasio is an absolute lunatic cycle path who shouldn't be in charge of a prison cell that he was stationed at he's just a complete loser and a reprobate and his wife and kids just take full advantage of the system at every turn he doesn't care about the city in New York but Mike Bloomberg is something else too Mike Bloomberg Howard Schultz and Donald Trump have something in common what they have in common is they've built successful brands Howard Schultz came from nothing and build Starbucks despite a sees ignoramus comments about he doesn't know what it's like to be down AOC while you were raised up in Westchester county ma how rituals was raised in in in the rough neighborhoods of Brooklyn having to I take phone calls for his parents when the bill collectors would come they didn't have any money they were poor he built a very successful brand Mike Bloomberg comes from a New England he's busting guy comes to New York smart guy starts a upstarts of stock information company that becomes a global media brand and Bloomberg news and the rest is history he then turned his attention to becoming the mayor of New York City and we take him to where he is today Donald Trump the story is well known what he did so when you end up with a debate between Michael Bloomberg can Donald Trump assuming it doesn't become one of these I'm richer than you you're richer than me you're not as rich as me I'm not as rich as you as long as it's not one of those deals you actually would have an interesting conversation on policy the problem is Mike Bloomberg is running to his left district see you already got another billionaire in the race Tom sire and he is literally been reduced to purchasing endorsements in Iowa literally he's handing his staffers walking around money to find people to endorse them so unpopular is Tom Steiner what is a billionaire it is money and fill the energy Mike Bloomberg since he left office has been an advocate for gun control has been an advocate for climate change abatement has also been an advocate against the the vaping industry like jewel he actually has results to to back him up for what he has done he flipped Virginia below he is aided a number of races around the country in the last couple of years was active writing checks in the twenty eighteen race again none of this is to praise Mike Bloomberg I am not endorsing Mike Bloomberg what I am saying is when you put Mike Bloomberg and then you stack up every other one of the sad sack pathetic Democrats next to him on paper he sure ace on paper he's your ace analytics should tell you she's your ace but the overly emotional whack jobs and losers in that party still think it's worn and and and and Sanders and that's great that's terrific you wanna know what my prediction is Mike Bloomberg he will not get the nomination one of my other production is Mike Bloomberg he's the kind of guy that would go start a third party and pulled away the reasonable Democrats and leave the wreckage of the chefs and the A. ox and the squads in a rotting pile I think Bloomberg would go take a bunch of Democrats and some we'll see Republicans like Justin Amash and put them in a in a new party and say we're going to be the people who care about business and the environment and safety and all these things she he sounds like he's running as a mayor does any because when you run for mayor and you talk about the issues that matter to people it resonates when you talk about fifty two trillion dollar health plans and and pie in the sky the reparations and green climate deals for ninety.

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"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Trump to open a government before you talked Doug Jones here, you know, Doug. He's advisor to President Clinton's former and New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg has was working with president Bloomberg excuse me, Mike. Bloomberg's question may be the next president. We'll see, but he was the one of the first person. I thought of when the unrest started. Venezuela, and we started recognize the insurgent leader because Madora wasn't rightly elected because Doug wrote this book the threat closer to home, Hugo Chavez and the war against America. Where are we at? Now, Doug you predicted this. Well, I did. And the only problem I have Brian is I predicted eleven years ago. You're kind enough to put me on your show them to talk about it. You're kind now to put me back eleven years later. But I think this ends with Maduro going maybe slower than we would like, but I think given the widespread poverty lack of food drugs medicine in Venezuela. Now, it's only a matter of time. So you have is is is socialist any ran that a rich country with this with oil more as much oil as anybody could imagine into the ground. Absolutely, right. Socialism doesn't work a Cuban style of socialism. Which is what it is. Because a large part of what happens in Venezuela now is dictated out of Havana. Eight doesn't work. And Madero is fairly. We brought the Venezuela. Brought in Russia. China's all over that country and Cuba runs that country propping up Dora, a bus driver who has no business even in government. So why should the listeners care about? What happens in Venezuela rolling their eyes saying we getting involved with something again. Well, two things first they are a big player in the world energy scene, and they have really run their own energy business into the ground. That's number number one number two. If we do stand up for freedom and democracy when there is an agreed just violation of both in our hemisphere. We need to have what appears to be the case that we do have a comprehensive plan to restore it. I liked quick Bolton's doing. I like, whoa Pompeii is doing and Marco Rubio's playing a major role taken the citgo stations were freezing their assets were saying what collecting not spending them, and we're gonna give it to to. Guido who is the thirty five year old to the president's spoke to yesterday, we're beginning to put the pressure on rallying other neighboring states the first one jumped on board Brazil. So are we doing it? Do you feel that we've gained plan this out adequately? I think we have I think we are avoiding the mistake we've made before in Latin America just sending in troops. I think that's what the Cubans the Russians the Chinese want to be able to attack the gringos for invading, but by basically, providing humanitarian aid to the rebels, providing assistance and access to the Bank accounts to them and isolating Maduro and the military and the real issue. Brian is the military who are in many instances complicit with narcotraffic. Also, let's think about this. They've nationalized everything they've stripped the land from all the wealthy. So they had a huge brain drain to even have the population. To get themselves out of this. Well, judging by the demonstrations, we've seen lately, I think the answer is finally we do a couple of minutes left. You know, the democratic side. Well, yes, you working with my number. I feel so hard in the Bloomberg and Scholtz are speaking up because you're saying full of pain for preschool paying for college paying for healthcare destroying private private insurance. That's going to be the future people cheer. If that is our future, we are doomed but Mike Bloomberg Howard Schultz. Don't feel that way. I certainly agree with that. And I hope the Democratic Party Brian is it goes forward heeds those twin warnings because if we run on Medicare for all if we run on jobs for all minimum wage, pre K for all even the greed the new green deal, even Mike Bloomberg said, Mr. environmentalists, not sustainable, it isn't it's too expensive. We don't have the revenue and the other thing Brian. We can't run on higher taxes for the rich, and confiscating the wealth of the ultra so Mike Bloomberg inner out, oh, he's still deciding one of the key issues. I think for him and everybody is whether former vice president Joe Biden will run why. Well, there are two moderates Bloomberg and Biden they appeal to the same constituency. This isn't to say that Bloomberg wouldn't run if Biden runs, but what we've seen in your. I've talked about it over the years, the party is drifting, slowly, but inexorably to the left sometimes even the hard left if you want to know what's happening in Venezuela pickup Doug's book, he wrote it in anticipation of this is the threat closer to home back in a moment. I'll be on the air on television on Fox News channel, Doug Schoen. Thanks so much. Thank you, Brian. You're with Brian Kilmeade..

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"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike bloomberg howard schultz" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"They. From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is Potomac watch Howard Schultz, the billionaire and former Starbucks CO says he may run for president as an independent Democrats are furious, including billionaire Michael Bloomberg who issued a criticism. How does the possibility of Schultz candidacy stir up the presidential race for twenty twenty welcome? I'm Paul zhigo with the Wall Street Journal here with Kim strassel. Hello Kim hype. And Bill mckern. Hey, bill. Hey, paul. So this is so as the Democrats begin to enter the race. And there are a lot of them already Kamala. Harris Jila brand Elizabeth Warren, Joe, Biden and Bernie Sanders way sit waiting in the wings. Maybe Mike Bloomberg Howard Schultz gets on sixty minutes. Cam and says, well, I'm going to think running as a not as democrat as many expected he might but as an independent and he says. Is that there's a forty percent of the electorate being an declared independent therefore that gives him some running room, even though no independent since a third party candidate since bills. Good friend. Abraham LINCOLN and eighteen sixty has won the White House. So the what do you make of the Scholtz candidacy? Well, most notable is a degree to which the left has melted down over this. He came out not only to give that interview he had a a an op-ed that he ran making the case for why this is a viable candidacy if he goes forward, we can talk about that a little bit but the left Shirley abuses. They see this in black and white that if he runs he pulls away voters from their candidates and guarantees a Trump victory. And so as you said, Michael Bloomberg actually issued a statement in which he lectured about the perils of independent runs and why he had chosen not to do that. And instead run as a democrat if he runs it all near a tannin who runs the liberal center for American progress said that if Schultz got in the race, she would start a national. Starbucks boycott to make sure that she didn't have any money to pursue such an ambition say personally. It is now here's the thing. And and I think this is I'm not quite sure that if Schultz were to run that he necessarily only takes votes from Democrats. I think there's a case to be made that there are some of those suburban Republican voters who might be looking for someone that's not a far left candidate. That is not Donald Trump, and that they might pull the lever for him that being said in general, it is a case that independent candidates. Do have a very hard ho arro- to ho and I'm not quite sure what the actual potential is for this. I mean, my my view of this is that very hard for independent to win. I think even if you throw it into the house of representatives with deny anybody two hundred seventy electoral votes, then each house delegation gets a single vote and probably goes to either a Republican or democrat. But. It's a different story about whose votes he will take. And I don't think it's a done deal at all foregone conclusion that he would take democratic votes. I think it depends in part on how he campaigns what he campaigns on. It depends on who the Democrats nominate if they nominate somebody from the from the real populist laughed than it would increase as prospects for maybe getting a more votes. But just tell you both the story I was it was nineteen Ninety-two spring of nineteen ninety two..

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