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"mister putin" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"mister putin" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"But with us as a high school senior judge won a national essay contest extolling Bernie Sanders has a profile in courage now the two were top rivals for the democratic presidential nomination with Mr booted judge now warning that the Vermont senator is a divisive figure who insists on ideological purity Mr Sanders held a rally yesterday in Richmond California where his attention was elsewhere Burke like anybody else has a right to run for president he does not have all right the presidency wearing drop the Washington correspondent at USA today says that essay is just one reason the ongoing battle between the top finishers in Iowa and New Hampshire is unusual Maureen set this up I well when because what a high school senior he entered entered a national essay contest the profiles in courage contents from the Kennedy library and his or that the person he said that was a profile in courage was that Bernie Sanders he praised him both for being willing to conserve the socialist one and that's not necessarily public thing to deal with and also being able to work with others in in Washington even though he had has some more extreme political views and many of them tonight so fast forward to today they are kind of battling one too coming out of Iowa and New Hampshire right it it's one of the things that was interesting to me about this match up between these these two right now the two have come out of Iowa New Hampshire at the top you've got the old okay Bernie Sanders against the youngest candidate and oddly enough he standards is a favorite of the youngest voters even though we see all the candidates in the judge his his early opinions were the the older voters you've also got this democratic socialists who's competing against the more more left of center and Democrat whose long trying to figure out ways to reclaim terms like freedom and security from from the Republicans and you another thing that's interesting to me is you have in hand or someone who like trump get in twenty sixteen it is running as as a as a combat a populace he's a calling to those who want to shake up the system had she is trying to run as the anti trump a calming figure who always talk about that the need there's going to be a nation to to bring everyone together yes Democrats are successful in defeating tramp speak with boring dropping Washington correspondent at USA today heard an interesting piece entitled high school essay judge praised Sanders is edgy politics now their rivals how bout back in twenty sixteen also when Mister Putin judges mayor of south bend Indiana endorsed Hillary Clinton right over Bernie Sanders right he said the that he thought that he would make the best president but he noticed when he set up I can't help organize a campaign event for her in south bend he was struck by what he thought was a notable lack of enthusiasm by the factory workers at the home the plant where Clinton was speaking and he by contrast when standards or conflict Campion area he thought he'd noticed that was a much more party like atmosphere a lot of enthusiasm from the supporters there and hands that worried him so when couldn't lock the election he was among those who thought he he would have an idea for how the Democrat Democratic Party could come back and and figure out what went wrong and so he ran to head the Democratic National Committee it was them he was a white entered into the race the two top candidates at the time we got in work comp for as he went up getting the job and also then then the photograph he tells them and not wait for that continuity and he was seen as almost a replay of the twenty sixteen battle between Sanders and Clinton planned so like plans he enters with backing Alice and then it was again there's a replay of that fight between the more establishment Democrats searches the insurgents and with that thought he had a chance maybe guns in the middle of those are the sort of trying to do in the presidential race now wants to be the consensus candidate and tried to get him to drop out of that race to get more support Ellison he's and in the end the thing out press became terribly and think things marine marine crop the Washington correspondent at USA.

"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Five hours GMT welcome to the newsroom from the BBC world service I'm Alex rates in thirteen people presumed killed by new Zealand's erupting white island volcano will look into if there's anyone Crumley responsible for the deaths and injuries silly dies ships are we just going to have to work through the evidence talk to people and conduct the investigation another attempt at a cease fire in eastern Ukraine at peace talks in Paris Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi heads to the Hague to reject accusations of genocide evidence floored medical research on stencils had fatal consequences patients who have received stands will have died who otherwise would have left for longer survive for longer how to how to act non surgery and Donald Trump is unimpressed at the investigation into his claims of political bias at the FBI this was an overthrow of governments this was an attempted overthrow and a lot of people were in on it this is the B. B. C. rom Neil newness with the BBC news police in New Zealand to say they launched a criminal investigation into the presumed deaths of thirteen people in a volcanic explosion on ones on island five deaths have been confirmed and the further eight people are missing most of them Australians the deputy commissioner of the New Zealand police is John terms when it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the deaths and injuries on what all of the terms of reference will be developed over the next few days the tourist attraction remains too dangerous to access but they're real reconnaissance flights have detected no sign of life there doctors treating the thirty one injured in the accident said almost all had suffered burns some so severe they may not survive the prime minister of New Zealand Justin to alter and said she's devastated by the accident senior Democratic Party aides say two articles of impeachment against president trump will be unveiled on Tuesday these are expected to focus on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house Judiciary Committee on Monday concluded its hearings with its democratic chairman Gerald not saying Mr trump's conduct represented a threat to the United States because it had in danger the country's elections and democratic system of government president trump violated his oath to the American people he placed his own private interests ahead of our national security and the integrity of our elections and constitutes a continuing threat to the integrity of our elections and to our democratic system of government such conduct this clearly impeachable this committee will proceed accordingly applicants complain the process has been politically driven the Ukrainian and Russian president Vladimir salen ski M. for the mere Putin have agreed to trying to implement a cease fire in eastern Ukraine before the end of twenty nineteen the two leaders met for the first time at a summit in Paris but there was no agreement on issues such as the withdrawal of Russian back forces and misters Lansky said very little had been achieved he insisted no concessions over territory where possible these are just showing up which crystal did it brings mediakey yeah I would like to outline a number of principles which I will never violate as a president of Ukraine and with which Ukrainian people will never agree Ukraine is a unitary state there can be no compromise on settlement of the situation in eastern Ukraine under the conditions of territorial concessions by Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders Mister Mister Putin said he wanted a change in Ukraine's constitution to give special status to the Donbass region this is the world news from the BBC they're forcing Chiles as a military cargo plane with thirty eight people on board has disappeared the Hercules aircraft had taken off from the southern city of Punta arenas and was heading to a base in Antarctica contact with the plane was lost just over an hour after departure a search operation is on the way there have been calls for the release of Michael call for a guy and Michael spot for one year on from the rest of the two Canadians in China both men have been accused of spying but there are known details of the allegations against them the arrest was seen as retaliation for the detention in Canada of mon one Joe an executive for the Chinese term to confirm far away Michael Bristol reports when he was detained Michal Kovac was working for the international crisis group having information about China's attitude towards global conflict Michael Spafford he's a businessman with close links to North Korea they've both been accused of spying although neither has been formally charged there were no details of the allegations against them the detention came just days after the rest of the hallway executive mon one Joe in Canada some accuse China of holding the Canadians in retaliation well Natalie the president of the international crisis group said both men should be released immediately George Laura the American engineer who developed the ball code has died at the age of ninety four the marketing made up of black a vase of varying thickness and a twelve digit number can be found on almost all products in western shops it can be scanned quickly identifying the product and its price the idea was pioneered by a final IBM employee Norman woodland but it was not until nor developed a scanner that could read codes digitally to cough IBM launched the barcode in nineteen seventy three and the first transaction to place the following year BBC news you are listening to their needs certain from the BBC world service with me Alex right some thirteen people and now presumed dead following the white island volcano eruption in New Zealand in the past hour police have said they will launch a criminal investigation his the deputy police commissioner John Thames so we'll look into if there's anyone Crumley responsible for the the deaths and injuries it's in it it's nearly dies yet so so we're just going to have to work through the evidence talk to people and conduct the investigation to Pete Watson a spokesperson for the department of health meanwhile gave an update on those injured of the thirty one people who are injured twenty five and now now for regional brings units located in Christchurch hunt valley why Cotto and Middlemore hospital six patients were transferred to Todd ana and Oakland they've been treated will be transferred to one of our regional billions units as soon as there is capacity all of our beings units are now full to capacity J. need more soon as a science reporter from the New Zealand Herald and he told us about the kind of eruption that took place on why Thailand if you've seen pictures of of what the Vulcan it looks like now it's basically competent and they're very stick like all of an inch what we had was what volcanologists Cole a phreatic eruption so you've essentially gulch make Matt in the volcano sitting quite near the surface the Haitian Gasol bit make Matt interacts with the ground and surface water the top what that creates is bicyclist sued juror very hot current all the steam and particles that just explored in a matter of seconds instantaneously from the V. eight that suit is that words and so that you can think of it as a very this fast moving wall of particles and wheat edge this far as out it's now been confirmed that house of forty seven people who were on the island at the time of the eruption more than Hoff well Australians correspondent filled message joins us live from Australia for more on this Phil what's the nicest response from the authorities from people that what Australia is like many other people around the world in a country trying to digest news this call for them to cross the Tasman Sea in new seasons as you say Alex of those forty seven people on why Thailand's at the time of the eruption twenty four were from Australia there were others from New Zealand Germany the United Kingdom the United States China and Malaysia but it seems that to Australia has been hit the hardest among international visitors the prime minister of New Zealand has been addressing parliament just into our data and said that in particular our family in Australia has been heavily impacted and she said that we feel the pull of our bones a cute me at this time that is in reference to the very close ties between these trans Tasman neighbors Australia and new Zealand's we know that a family of four from Sydney for example these are among the missing we also understand that to authorities believe that among the dead are Australians too so the prime minister of Australia Scott Morrison has expressed his sadness that this tragedy the full extent of which is still to be revealed we've now heard that there's a criminal investigation being launched into this tragedy presumably that will be focusing on the two companies two companies which were clearly operating two people from Australia that's right Australia is sending police officers to help with victim identification Australia has expertise in this area it has helped with the natural disasters and accidents in other parts of the world so Australian offices heading to New Zealand to help.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"First I'd say I'm sorry and second I would say the days of meddling in American elections are over and we will take any undermining of our democratic process sees as an act of hostility and aggression the American people so he's like he's you know he's like here's my protractor well there is zero chance zero chance that he would ever actually say that Hey you want a thousand dollars Mister Putin is only yeah that's right yeah check for a thousand dollar monthly even yeah so there's no way he's going to say that he knows and and it shows a lack of understanding on his part frankly about how tough trump has actually been with Russia in terms of sanctions and all that so he's never going to say oh you're going to meddle in our elections well I'm going to show you what you gonna like challenging to skateboarding or like a math competition this is just not you do exactly and it just shows that he is no where anywhere near close to even thinking about being the nominee this is not gonna happen yeah all right okay we'll talk about clubs army come back you guys stay tuned three o'clock here Nigel show Jesse waters from fox news recaps the democratic debates and we go off the rails with rob Kendall introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards card unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for.

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"mister putin" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mister putin" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Approve a hundred twenty percent what he's doing with China let me say one more thing you know I'm the one that said a poem about a week ago that China and Russia ten and they are not running their country those who think that running their country no come on man come on now surely is not running their countries once upon the world well he's out of power Obama has no power come on now and you look very real like reality I do every day I don't think so Obama has no power mom is not running China Obama's surely seo not running rushes it we could do with Mr pulled it's not as Mister Mister Putin and many of the old guard there colluding together not with the by Monday night ever will help them and not now but Obama's today Obama has no power is a former president and he has no power I'm gonna take a break I appreciate you you're you're in the right no ma'am I'm not I'm an American and I love you we just wish yeah we just disagree I'm gonna take a break give Herbie systems a call on Monday give them a call three two one three two lawn give her be systems a call and no surely Obama's not running Worrell I love you but you're wrong about that we'll come back we're going to take another call from dot.

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Comics relief? Ukraines presidential race

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:40 min | 1 year ago

Comics relief? Ukraines presidential race

"In the hit Ukrainian comedy show. Servant of the people. I history teachers, expletive strewn anti corruption rant goes viral. And this man of the people winds up being elected president. But throw which but there's some fifteen. The comedian who plays him load. Amir's Alinsky is trying to turn fiction into reality voters head to the polls on Sunday for the first round of Ukraine's presidential elections and not only Mr. linski in the race. He's the front runner. Five years ago. Ukrainians took to the streets that overthrew their former president Viktor Yanukovych since then they faced a simmering war in the east of their country with Russia, which also annexed the Crimean peninsula. Noah Sneider is our Moscow correspondent, he recently visited Mr. Lansky onset in Kiev. They've seen their economy crash and come back from the brink. And they've seen many of the promises of the revolution unfulfilled, especially when it comes to fighting corruption that's opened a huge Gulf of distrust with the authorities and that has led to a strange situation where the front runner in. These elections is a comedian an actor with no political experience whatsoever riding this wave of anti-establishment sentiment and frustration towards a likely victory. And I understand that you you met Mr. linski recently. I did. So I went and saw him onset where he was filming latest season of his TV show serving the people. And the scene that was playing out was telling it showed the Lansky character taking the oath of office. He enters a sort of historical flashback a dialogue with a trio of important figures. Plato prince flood of Kiev, and the Slavic philosopher Grigory Scotto, the, and what ensues is sort of philosophical dialogue on the nature of power. And this, of course, has a double meaning since he may be taking that oath right soon. And so when you met him after he was filming how did he come across? Mr. charming mound. And actor who knows how to hold the room. But at the same time, he's had a hard time being very specific. At all about what he plans to do. Once he becomes president in part. It's a need campaign strategy it allows voters to see him as an empty vessel that they can fill with their hopes will what about his own hopes. Did he speak to you about why he wants to run for office? He talked about wanting to change things about wanting to make the country better. He came around eventually to answer that he summed up as I want my kids to be able to say that my dad was a normal guy. Great guy and these motivations for many voters raise questions because of his somewhat. Murky ties with color mois key, the guard who owns the TV channel on which Mr. Lansky show has aired the to maintain that they're not in cahoots and that there's nothing to their relationship beyond the business one. But missed his Lansky vague answers have fueled the suspicions about why he actually has decided to run then without prejudice to wear his platform might be coming from. What is he actually said he'll do first and foremost, he's promised to maintain Ukraine's course, towards western integration integration with the European Union. He's talked about fighting corruption and somewhat vaguely about ending the war about finding away to negotiate with mister Putin at the same time. His ideological stance is. Quite over the map, we talked to him about which world leaders, he admired which figures he associated himself with global politics, and he invoked to names in particular day able scenario the right wing populace, president of Brazil. And France's among well Macron. Mccall who's liberal technocrat the Gulf between their policies and their positions is enormous. And again, perhaps suggests that Mr. Lonski is is a bit unfamiliar with the territory he's wandering onto. And I guess that's particularly worrisome in the sense that he's up against a ladder Putin for a chunk of his country. Absolutely. Mr Putin has nineteen years of executive experience under his belt. He's a wily operator and will not miss the opportunity to use his opponent's inexperience to his advantage, and how did Mr. linski and up here. How comedian with no political experience leading the polls. I think the main reason is frustration frustration amongst ordinary Ukrainians with their post revolutionary leadership when they overthrew the previous president victory on the kovic in two thousand fourteen. There was a great deal of hope that the deeply corrupt. Oligarchy political system that has gripped Ukraine since the fall of the Soviet Union would finally change and that fundamental promise has been left unfulfilled. So although Ukraine has made some important reforms, although the country is moving closer to Europe citizens now enjoy visa-free travel to the U, for example. They don't feel like the system has fundamentally changed three quarters of Ukrainian say the country is headed in the wrong direction. Just nine percent have faith in their national government. That's the lowest figure of any country survey by Gallup polling agency. And you see that frustration spill out onto the streets quite regularly. They're anti corruption protests in Kiev in the same place often has where the revolution in two thousand fourteen began. And so who is Mr. linski running against are there more. Let's call them standard candidates. There's nearly forty candidates running for president. But the front runners are a pair of old faces from the old guard. There's the incumbent president petro parsh- Anco who came to office in two thousand fourteen in the wake the revolution promising to root out corruption and change this old system people largely feel that he's failed to do. So the second major challenger to mister Lonski is Hewlett Michenko. She's a former prime minister came to prominence after the orange revolution two thousand four and she's reinvented herself this time around as populous. Okay. So you've got two establishment candidates and one wildcard does that look like it's going to be a fair fight at least at the polls. That's big question. And it's the thing that people are most worried about in key, if these days, there are not only fears about the influence of oligarchy television. But also. Hello fears about straight up vote, rigging and vote-buying and vast majority of Ukrainians, in fact, don't believe that these will be free and fair elections, and that could be the most dangerous outcome of all. But let's suppose things are relatively clear cut and Mr. Dolinsky gets through the first round as expected. What do you reckon happens? Then the polling shows the in most cases, he would win head to head matchup with Mr. partial go and with Mr. machine go, but a lot of it depends on things like voter turnout misters Lonski basis, younger less reliable. So it's really hard to say. And if he were to win in the second round and become president he'd inherit the simmering war with Russia, which has massive implications for relations between Russia and the west he would inherit an economy that still struggling could benefit from further reform, and he would face a brutal fight over parliamentary elections in the fall.

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"mister putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Team still unclear because he said he's gonna kick back every inch of Syrian territory in Russia said that they would help them do that. And following the example of US universities. The first British university has looked into its history to find out how it benefited from the slave trade, whether the university made ten million in today's money or one hundred million in today's money, I think is less important than accepting the principle that benefits and that we have to acknowledge that and decide what we want to be and do about it as a response. Those stories and much more today here on the world. This is the BBC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan is. Art, President Putin and his Turkish counterpart type Edwin say they've agreed to create a demilitarized zone in the mainly rebel-held province of lib after a summit between the two leaders. Mister, Putin said the twin fifteen to twenty kilometer wide zone would be created by October. The fifteenth Sarah Raynsford reports the talks in such overrun by several hours by the presidents of Russia and Turkey emerged to announce agreements on a buffer zone around it live two separate rebel fighters from Syrian government troops. Vladimir Putin said the plan was for the zone to be patrolled jointly by Russian and Turkish forces the timetable included, the removal of all heavy weapons from the zone and the withdrawal of what he called radically-minded rebels type at on said, the aim was to prevent what he called the humanitarian tragedy that military action against it would bring in Syria itself state. Media say that missiles had been fired towards the coastal city of Lattakia. They say Syrian air defenses shot down some of them. It's not clear who fired the missiles, the city of Latakia has long been the heartland of support for President Bashar Assad, and it's been left mostly unscathed by the war, a British cave. Diver is suing tech billionaire Elon Musk for defamation after his repeated claims the Daiva is a child abuser. Then Unsworth helped with the rescue of twelve tie teenagers from a flooded cave, July, but Mr. mosque made repeated claims on Twitter against Mr. with his daily when the twelve boys were trapped in the cave. Elon Musk arrived, we've a small submarine designed he said to help get them out. It was never used Vernon Unsworth part of the team that did free. The boys described Mr. Musk's efforts as a PR stunt, Mr. musk response was the brand Mr. Unsworth appear file he did not provide any evidence to back up those claims, but suggested that if it was not true, the Mr.. Unsworth could sue Mr. Unsworth is now seeking seventy five thousand dollars in compensation and an injunction to stop Mr. musk from making any such claims in future, the chairman of the US Senate Judiciary committee Chuck Grassley says he will fully investigate an allegation of sexual misconduct against President Trump's nominee for the supreme court read Kavanagh, several Republican senators have joined Democrats in calling for a delay in a confirmation vote his career Donahue, Donald Trump declared. He had full confidence in Brad Cavanaugh who said had not even a little blemish on his record. However, the president did acknowledge the process might take more time given the emergence of accusations of sexual and physical assault from thirty six years ago. Allegations of embolden Democrats who appeared to have lost the battle to block the nomination. Now. Three Republican senators, according for a delay, which could mean missed Kaverner isn't in place for the beginning of the new supreme court year. On October the first this is the world news from the BBC the US ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley has accused Russia of systematically, helping North Korea to evade UN. Sanctions speaking in the Security Council. She said Washington has evidence of consistent and wide ranging Russian violations. She said a Russian vessel have been filmed delivering oil to a North Korean ship. About two thousand opposition supporters in Russia's far east have staged a protest after their candidate suddenly lost a key regional election that he was poised to win with more than ninety five percent of votes counted in the Primorsky Krai region, the communist Andreas Janko had a five point lead. But during the night, his Moscow-backed rival, Andrey Tarasenko overtook him, President Putin had held talks with Mr. Tarasenko invited Vostok last week and told him that everything would be fine. Argentina's former president Cristina Fernandez has been accused by judge of having that a criminal group. The demanded bribes from businesses in return for government contracts. The judge cloudier audio said miss finan and husband predecessor, Nestor kitsch. Now have been involved in the scheme along with thousands of government officials. The judge has asked the Argentine Senate to lift her parliamentary immunity. UK and French fishermen have agreed a deal to end the so-called scallop wars in the English channel in August boats, collided and fishermen threw stones at each other. The new deal will start from midnight tonight as Sarah from reports, it's taken a couple of weeks of delicate sometimes bad tempered negotiations between French and British fishing leaders. Just run Xiaoshan you agreement in August. French fishermen accused UK base if depleting scallop stocks in the lucrative fishery off the Normandy coast both sides clashed at sea with video footage, showing rocks and flares being thrown and vessels being rammed. This newly agreed deal. We'll see larger UK withdrawing for six weeks from the disputed area. But smaller vessels will be able to fish in these waters. BBC news. Support for the world comes from Babbel, a language app that teaches real life conversations in a new language, like Spanish, French or German. Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons are available in the app store or online at Babbel, B A, B.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bradley Jay WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Feel guilty Coming in There's some leftover, coffee role and I had one God Sounds like Napoleon dynamite. Right God can you believe I eight one my. God I brought a salad and everything. To, be good and then I, had one of those I An, idiot idiot. Let's go to Brooklyn Brooklyn and how he. Highbrow hi Howie hey hey listen you can just. Walk off the coffee role that's all. Right That's. What they say You're towards the call. I guess they were it was comparing Trump and and I guess. He used the term they were too. Nationalist leaders looking out But what I've been reading about Putin now and of course, I only, know what I read apparently they've been massing troops along the polish border, and so we have some American units. That, now the counter bat you know and so they built a big. Navy base in Kalingrad all you know which, is right along the Baltic Sea yes it's right on the edge of. Estonia Latvia west of. Lithuania out and now all these countries are really nervous but I'll. Tell you who else is nervous now Sweden in nineteen seventy five I guess they had, disbanded a lot of their military. Maybe they saw trends I don't know but anyway, I rent something where back in June they were reestablished forty battalions, yeah of, course their military is purely for defense but then nervous about the Russian, activity you know in that region so. You, got a lot of countries that are really nervous about what the. Russians are up to in the Pentagon you, know their answer is that are bad to disrupt NATO and so, now we have to figure. Out what the extent is so now I guess a lot of people are perceiving there as pre invasion so now. That you, have to redefine what nationalism is you know Invade on. The countries in order to ensure the well-being of your, own nation Yes His super duper horrifying thing is that Trump would do anything to please, Putin, including I, believe help him invade those countries or at least give him permission to go. Ahead And, Trump would make it. Somehow okay hey you know it's he would find a way to. Rationalize invading though sovereign countries to please Putin and if you don't seems to, crazy, remember he, agreed he he said it was perfectly fine Putin wanted to have American citizens Be Vulnerable to getting interrogated by Russian by the Russians Poon, said, hey you know? What you can, those those Russian. Spies, well you can interrogate them if you let us interrogate US, citizens which is insane If Putin. Wanted, to interrogate you he could and so if that is so, insane that if President, agreed to. That he would agree to go along, with he'd Two Yeah Yeah, well like I, say I'm just keeping an eye on on this stuff costs. You you get a little more information from the foreign. Press, oh. Yeah what do you like to? To where do you like to get your news? From Or something like that All admit I get a lot. Of news from drudge also the European newspapers online The independent. I guess that's a, pretty popular paper over there in Europe and. I get news that's a Site You get a lot of news from their, perspective and there's an Independence Hall business. Insider, yes, insider. Yes Yeah I like the sample a lot of that stuff anyway what is the attraction of. The, drudge, report It puts stories that most of the other outlets don't like he's. Got, a lot of stuff on religion I guess you know. A lot of improprieties of the Catholic church Clearly clearly an outlet with a an agenda Yeah but it's not really rob it's. Conservative but, not rabidly right-wing y'all like Newsmax I mean are there all the wall All right You know stuff, like that but they only call or I don't, go, there but but I like drudge because he puts out a lot of stuff that the media doesn't cover, the media but he is. The me, he's like people separate. It out I. Don't understand he is. The media The american Yeah Oh you'll run stories that conventional sources don't. Run I wonder why that would be why why they would not run them maybe because they're. Shady Well anyway so we'll we'll have to see what mister, Putin is up to Looks like no good anyway if you. Listen to. Los covers over, there..

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"mister putin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Beatty jump in here. I mean, there's there are two sides of the coin. There. Yes, I have to have to mention though that usage democrat party. I mean, the adjective democratic and of course democrat party that was a Joe McCarthy usage years ago and really a, we saying that political, you know, skulduggery within the context of American politics which is always had, it's it's, it's it's flavor some moments and giving answers to one candidate rather than the other, helping somebody in a primary. And we acquainting that with a rush with Russia interfering in the election with Russia, you know, sending people over here to help turn and America's. Toward their views with Russia, as as mister Putin said in the in the press conference, wanting Mr. Trump to be elected, how can those things possibly be equivalent in? You know, if they're going to claim our indignation when you put it, here's FBI director, Christopher Wray, pushing back against President, Trump's comments about Russian interference in the US election at the Aspen security forum on Wednesday. Here he is. He's got his view. He's expressed his view. I can tell you what my view is. The intelligence communities assessment has not changed. My view has not changed, which is that Russia attempted to interfere with the last election and that it continues to engage in malign influence operations to this day is Sean through her. There's the FBI director saying, you know, the president has his opinion. We believe something else. This is the president's own national security team saying. Right? There's there's obviously a huge disconnect between Trump and his own security establishment. And of course, this is all tethered around Trump's own sense of indignity that his election win is tarred by this other kind of grander shadowy project behind it. What I think is fascinating is indeed this dissonance between Trump and his administration on Russia. The he is he's not wrong to suggest that his administration has been tough. They have increased sanctions. They carried out certain beat the arms weapon sales to Ukraine that we very unpopular Moscow and having just returned from a week in Moscow..

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"mister putin" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on Business Daily

"And the people who make things happen every day. And yes, BBC podcasts are supported by advertising. Hello and welcome to business daily from the BBC I'm Manuela sat across out in this edition how an American born businessman became one of President Putin's biggest enemies. The Russians are after me Putin is after me, they're trying all sorts of different tricks to harm me. They've upped to kill me if they could kidnapped me take me back to Russia. That's Bill Browder, grandson of the leader of the American communist party. Now, an investor turned human rights champion President Putin cooled him out by name at this week's press conference with Mr. Trump and Helsinki. So why exactly has the Russian leader got it in for him. We hear from Mr. Browder and ask, what does this story tell us about the risk of doing business in Russia. That's all here in business daily from the BBC. Earlier this week, President Trump and Putin spent two hours in a one on one conversation in Helsinki. No one knows exactly what was said behind those closed doors. What we do know though is that Mr Putin came up with a suggestion for President Trump a suggestion related to the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen elections. The Russian president said he'd let American investigators come over to Russia and the present at the questioning of Russian intelligence officers charged with that American political interference in return, though Mr Putin wanted permission for Russian investigators to question some Americans about their activities in Russia among other people. Mr Putin was interested in Bill Browder, the American born businessman and CEO of an investment fund company called Hermitage Capital. In fact, he mentioned Mr. Browder by name in the joint press conference with President Trump. No is via snail dealer. Human. For instance, we can bring up Mr. Browder in this particular case. Business associates of Mr.. Browder have earned over one and a half million dollars in Russia. They never paid any Texas, neither in Russian on in the United States. Well, Mr. Browder denies the allegation of tax evasion as will here in just a moment and mister Putin's proposal to let Russia interrogate US citizens is now being rejected by Trump. Instead the American president has invited Mr Putin to Washington. Later this year we caught up with Mr. Browder before news of that invitation was made public. He was on holiday. He asked us not to say where he's worried about his safety. I started by asking him to watch the Trump Putin press conference. I wasn't actually watching the press conference from among my summer vacation. I was just spending time with my family, and then I thought my iphone three burn up with messages and notifications. And that's when I realized that something was going on. I check the messages and that's when I discovered that I was the centerpiece of this Trump futon summit in Helsinki. It wasn't really a surprise because Vladimir Putin has been mad at me for a very long time and publicly calling for my arrest for my extradition from my prisonment because of the Magnitsky act p. Of legislation that I was responsible for advocating for in seven different countries which freezes assets and bans visas of Russian human rights violators. So let's rewind and get to the story of how the Magnitsky act came into force in the first place and why you tabled it. How did it will stop because once upon a time you were the biggest foreign money manager in Russia? That's correct. So I was running on the best one fund called the Hermitage fund in Russia was the largest investment fund in the country. And as I was doing this, I discovered huge corruption in the companies that I was investing in, and I decided to expose the corruption. I shared it with the financial times the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and that had very positive effect on the value of my companies. But it also had a very negative effect on the corrupt people who are getting that money. And some of those people were very close to Vladimir Putin and two thousand five. I was expelled from the country declared a threat to national security in two thousand and seven. My office. Says were rated by the Moscow police who seized all of our corporate documents. And then the end of two thousand seven. They use those documents to perpetrate a massive, two hundred and thirty million dollar tax rebate fraud effectively. They stole two hundred thirty million dollars of taxes that we had paid to the Russian government using the.

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"mister putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fought in his own party what happened in in, this he'll summit and I think it's very important is that, mister Putin has not only cast his lot very publicly with Donald Trump but he has involved himself from now on and domestic political strikes can the United States so what I call hybrid war has become even more hybrid with the president of, the United States and Russia building an alliance against? Trump's political foes in the United States. Should people The. United States be worried about that if if the president of. Russia's trying to get involved in. Domestic politics in the United, States well I think. That it's it's something that that makes the situation more complex and certainly I think that's the highly war is is is, is a very new and very dangerous. Kind of confrontation you're saying hybrid war. What what makes it dangerous the thing that distinguishes the high bid war from the Cold War to which it's often, compared is that we now live in a borderless world and the Cold War days we. Have the Berlin Wall the iron curtain and essentially what static this new conflict is so much more dynamic and it's fought without you know without much respect for borders Boorda's have all Almost in many ways cease to, exist and, this is well this makes. It more dangerous For a Russian president to. Be getting involved in trying to go after the political enemies, of of a US, president you're saying it's dangerous When we start playing other nations political struggles. Things become more complex and the the likelihood of conflict being exacerbated at escalated to a much higher level than before. Is getting greater Dmitri Trenin is. The director of. The Carnegie. Moscow center talking to us about the implications of the summit in Helsinki yesterday always great to talk to you thanks so. Much thank you David In Puerto Rico the search is on for a new CEO for the island's electric utility this will. Be the, fifth CEO since hurricane Maria destroyed the. Electric grid the most recent CEO, quit last, week before he even. Started the job meanwhile about a thousand households are still waiting for power ten months after the storm NPR's Adrian Florida. Reports high in Puerto Rico's central mountain range eighty five year old Madina opens the front door to her tidy darkened. Home come in she says look. At what I. Use for. Light.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spring day. Gary mullet came across what was until recently the scene, of a crime Could, have been abandoned for a long time he's looking at an oilfield pit. And the grisly remains that turn up here, l. bird feather right here I want to pick it up because of no longer. Federal agents but under President Trump killing birds and oil bids. Is no longer a crime on the next reveal tonight at eight on ninety three point nine FM WNYC It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm, Noel king in Washington DC and I'm David Greene in Culver City California while this morning President Trump is back in the United States where he is facing continued. Blowback after yesterday's press conference with Russia's President Vladimir, Putin now one of the most striking moments was when President Trump appear to take Putin's word. Over, the word of US intelligence agencies about Russia's interference in the US election. So I have great confidence in my intelligence people but, I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today now for saying, that President Trump is facing. Criticism from both Democrats and Republicans it is a different story for President. Putin in Russia where officials are declaring this meeting a success for, that president and for more on the view from Moscow we turn to Dmitri Trenin he is director of the Moscow centre at the Carnegie Endowment for international Piece, he's a political analyst and historian and, you've. Heard him on, this program welcome back hi thank you glad to be on the program so President Trump did not really grill of Ladimir Putin. Over, Russia's interference in the US election but Chris Wallace from Fox News certainly did and Putin again denied any Russian involvement in the US election let's listen to Putin. Here speaking through an interpreter Russia has never interfered, with the internal affairs of the United States let alone and selection but last week the Justice. Department, the United States charged a dozen Russian intelligence officers with a litany of. Offenses related to Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee, emails other targets I mean can Putin really continue to deny that this happened well the thing and and, Putin's comment that you played. Was that he denied that Russia as a state interfered then you have Have to imagine what Russia as. A state means He does not deny that I think is very salient in his remarks that they were Russia's who rooted for Donald Trump And who did whatever they they thought they have to do to help. Donald Trump and Putin during the press conference also said that he favored Donald Trump to win the two thousand sixteen election so basically Putin is saying that there is they may have, been a factor that probably was that was interference in the, election is about this is on a par with various individuals various groups in the United States and elsewhere in the world extending their reach into other countries and helping some worthy causing debut beyond beyond somebody's borders that that's that's the Putin, argument was President Putin able in a way to? Manipulate Donald Trump into avoiding any direct. Criticism about, Russian election meddling is is that the way we should be seeing this I don't think that Mr Putin spa so vast So big that could have manipulated Donald Trump Donald Trump has his own reasons I believe to say thanks not to say thanks Donald Trump. Is involved in a cutthroat competition or even worse than that with with the bulk of the US political establishment including in fought in his own party what happened in in this cintas, summit and I think it's very important is that mister Putin, has not only cast his lot very publicly with Donald Trump but he has involved himself from now on and domestic political strife and the United States so what I call it hybrid war has become even more hybrid with.

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"mister putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seventeen minutes past the hour and we update markets every fifteen minutes Asian stocks are. Mixed this morning the Nikkei has picked. Up a little ground now of fifty one, points. Or so that's about a quarter of one percent the doll yen is at. One twelve forty four so starting to slip into the week slip a little do, the weak side for the end there the Bloomberg dollar spot index was flat overnight to slightly lower and, we had the yield on. The ten year treasury taking up one basis. Point to two point eight six, percent on Wall Street we had weakness in tech and energy shares it was offset by strengthened financials a surprisingly good day for, the financials after Bank of America released earnings that were solid and the stock was up four point, three percent city and j. p. Morgan gained just. Under four, percent oil. Tank though down, four point three percent WTI is trading now at sixty, eight oh nine a barrel there's some fears their. Of participants of increasing supply coming from Perhaps Saudi Arabia perhaps from. The United States Exxon Mobil did. I mentioned. Was down one percent for the day Investec asset management is ready to. Get back into the market in. Asia after reducing risks at the start of the year the company says the trade. Tensions between the US and China will. Remain a concern but it won't come to, a. Point where President Trump will risk a global slowdown Investec overseas thirty six billion. Dollars in emerging market fixed income all right that is an update on markets here, let's get over to San Francisco eighteen and a half minutes past the get a news update at Baxter, has the top stories making. Headlines Ed Brian thank you standing side-by-side Donald. Trump and Putin say there was, no collusion of the two thousand sixteen election Trump saying you trusted Putin's word as much as his own intelligence he has since, tweeted that he trusts his own US intelligence Mr Putin suggesting to intelligence community share information and that, Robert Muller's team go to Russia to talk about. The indictments, in a. Tweet now Mr., Trump says he has great respect for the The US intelligence, community and now he is being criticized by by his critics and, allies alike Newt Gingrich even saying this is the biggest mistake of his presidency former, c. i., director John Brennan saying activities are treasonous now haven't. Given the. News conference mister Putin has given an. Interview to Fox News he says the probe is not his business he says things have changed for better after the summit he says Russia and, the. US have been working, on anti-terrorism he says the, US and Russia have been cooperating in Syria and now the Justice department is now announcing it has charged a Russian national. Accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations the charge says back channels, between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, and Associated Press report British diver involved in the tie cave rescues threatens to sue Elon. Musk, for a tweet calling him out of PetO must Angry because the divers said. The sub he sent would not help global. News twenty, four hours a day on Aaron a tick. Tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists. And analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San, Francisco I'm Ed Baxter this is Bloomberg Paul thanks very much Ed where rejoin by Oma slim fixed-income pineridge investments at us. In Singapore thanks for hanging on their as Brian was saying you can get some. Pretty good yields in Asia right now four fixed income so when you're looking around the, region what is appealing to you Yeah Segment we are reasonably causes broadly for a number of. Reasons one is that we think that the credit cycle has peaked and. To we think that the ongoing story with China de leveraging has yet to take it's will impact in terms of the. Market so we are exposed to some of the high yield issuers particularly in the short, end but we remained brutally cautious on on that sigma that. Sequinned So is it prudent in reasonable to think that China will will want to..

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"mister putin" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WTMA

"Afternoons at one on twelve fifty wt the big talker stephen f cohen is here we're discussing the news of these last hours the presidents have exchanged their thoughts president trump calling president putin congratulating him for his victory in the russian election more than seventy three percent of the vote mister putin was the strong man on the ballot and i remind you all that the only time the russians have since the end of the soviet union gone through a close election was nineteen ninetysix when the anecdote goes the election was close and probably more than that the communist probably one the ballot in nineteen ninetysix bought the us and its allies interfered in the results so much so that mister yeltsin was returned and there in lies the tail of the russian opinion of americans meddling in their election please continue steve i couldn't resist that irony i think it's important because it's the premise of what i want to say that there's no reason to consider putin's victory a fraud despite all the imperfections in the russian electoral process despite all the advantages the kremlin has in presidential and parliamentary elections as a rule i would never quote the new york times as an authority on russia they their coverage has just been so unreliable unfactual so polemical but i do want to quote what.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Is everything bachelor show stephen f cohen is here we're discussing the news of these last hours the presidents have exchanged their thoughts president trump calling president putin congratulating him for his victory in the russian election more than seventy three percent of the vote mister putin was the strong man on the ballot and i remind you all that the only time the russians have since the end of the soviet union gone through a close election was nineteen ninetysix when the anecdote goes the election was close and probably more than that the communists probably one the ballot in nineteen ninetysix bought the us and its allies interfered in the results so much so that mister yeltsin was returned and therein lies the tale of the russian opinion of americans meddling in their election please continue steve i couldn't resist that irony i think it's i think it's important because it's the premise of what i want to say that there's no reason to consider putin's victory of fraud despite all the imperfections in the russian electoral process despite all the advantages the kremlin has in presidential and parliamentary elections as a rule i would never quote the.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc news with mcdonald vladimir putin is beginning another six years in power after an overwhelming victory in russia's presidential election with nearly all the votes counted mister putin is said to have received more than three quarters of the votes his nearest rival achieved just twelve percent there have been complaints of an unfair contest and counting irregularities chemical weapons experts are due to arrive in britain today to verify samples of the nerve agent used on a former russian spy is daughter russia's dismissed claims it carried out the attack as nonsense the israeli security services have disclosed that a french citizen working for his country's consulate in jerusalem is under arrest on suspicion of smuggling weapons to palestinians he's due to appear in court in southern israel later today the japanese prime minister shinzo abby has denied that he or his wife intervened in a land sale it's at the center of a growing scandal the stay tuned bland was sold to a school that has links with mr abbas wife at below market value police in texas two men have been injured in an explosion which they believe may be connected to a series of parcel bombings this month two african american men were killed in the earlier attacks in the city of austin the former australian prime minister tony abbott as back to controversial by the current home affairs minister for white south african farmers to be given preferential immigration treatment mr abbott said peter dodson was absolutely right to prioritize farmers as they were facing what you described as racism of the worst sort doctors say the results of an international trial show that stem cell transplants can vastly improve the lives of some people with multiple sclerosis the treatment evolves wiping the patients faulty immune system with drugs then rebuilding using stem cell transplants bbc news hello i'm manuela.

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"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Contactless card here comes the contactless man we'll speak to the commuter he implanted a chip in his hand and calls himself a sizeable but first latest news bulletin hello this is the bbc news if you own a mcdonald's president putin is hailed his victory in the russian presidential election as an expression of hope and trust appearing it's mass rally in central moscow he appealed to the crowds for national unity with most of the ballots counted mister putin is on course to win three quarters of the vote but the turnout of sixty four percent was lower than the kremlin had hoped for from moscow here's syrians word the result was no surprise but mr putin told the crowd waving flags below that this was a photo of confidence in him and then great country the kremlin had been anxious for turn out to be high today so there was all sorts of entertainment at polling stations from music to giant chess games it was all meant to your people in to vote but this was a ballots with no real competition after russia's most popular opposition figure alexander finally was barred from the race let putin is popular here though many voters say he's made russia's stronger gain and blame the west for the new crisis in relations video recordings from polling stations suggests there have been irregularities mark said max seddon is a reporter from british newspaper who spent the day in doug is stan in the caucasus region of southern russia he told us the worst violations of election rules had taken place there i spoke to several electric servers were beaten up by by teams of goons basically there there's this phenomenon called carousel voting when groups people go around the bus and they go from polling station to polling station so vote as many times as they can and they they basically beat up and broods these election observers stopped the ballot mr putin has said it's nonsense to suggest that russia poisoned the double agent so gays paul and his daughter in the english city of salisbury he insisted it was unimaginable that russia would do such a thing ahead of the presidential election and.

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"mister putin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Yes thank you very much together will start doing a great job for russia as we record this podcast with more than half the ballots counted mister putin is on course to win three quarters of the vote but at sixty four percent turnout was lower than the kremlin had hoped for not all russians are happy with the result just a few hundred meters from the singing flagwaving crowd is the spot where the prominent opposition figure boris nemtsov was shot and killed in twenty fifteen his daughter gina nemsakova gave the bbc her reaction to the election result we all are not figure out it is really election and one of the reasons is that there was no real competition because aleksey nevada near the main opposition leader was not allowed to participate he was barred from participation and all other presidential candidates to my mind a the head or they still have some ties with the kremlin they were not really independent it's not an election but it's rather air wrath random so he got what he wanted to have i don't regard it as good news and we will have prison putin for another six years as president of russia spoke to a correspondent in moscow olga if sheena and after the result could be viewed there as a significant victory yes absolutely i mean he got impressive figures on the one hand and in many prokremlin analysts in russia will tell you that these definitely was vote of confidence for mr putin on the other and many other analysts you know not so close connections with the kremlin with point out that basically put didn't have any strong opponents in the ballot papers because his strongest opponents weren't alike alex volley weren't allowed to run nevertheless it's a significant win a very large number of votes for him what can we expect from vladimir putin domestically i in this next term.

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"mister putin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mister putin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Yes thank you very much together will start doing a great job for russia as we record this podcast with more than half the ballots counted mister putin is on course to win three quarters of the vote but at sixty four percent turnout was lower than the kremlin had hoped for not all russians are happy with the result just a few hundred meters from the singing flagwaving crowd is the spot where the prominent opposition figure boris nemtsov was shot and killed in twenty fifteen his daughter gina nemsakova gave the bbc her reaction to the election result we all are not figure out it is really election and one of the reasons is that there was no real competition because aleksey nevada near the main opposition leader was not allowed to participate he was barred from participation and all other presidential candidates to my mind a the head or they still have some ties with the kremlin they were not really independent it's not an election but it's rather air wrath random so he got what he wanted to have i don't regard it as good news and we will have prison putin for another six years as president of russia spoke to a correspondent in moscow olga if sheena and after the result could be viewed there as a significant victory yes absolutely i mean he got impressive figures on the one hand and in many prokremlin analysts in russia will tell you that these definitely was vote of confidence for mr putin on the other and many other analysts you know not so close connections with the kremlin with point out that basically put didn't have any strong opponents in the ballot papers because his strongest opponents weren't alike alex volley weren't allowed to run nevertheless it's a significant win a very large number of votes for him what can we expect from vladimir putin domestically i in this next term.

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