32 Burst results for "Moeller"
"moeller" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"I think it kick his ass. I could beat the fuck out of him. Yeah yeah. I could stop that. Vote fucking tweet if you if you know you can beat his ass. I think he can out should talk them to right. Yeah probably but that's not you don't wanna talk. Yeah i don't know what it is. I think i may be a part of me. Just likes getting dominated. Yeah anything he can see that in you that you wanna get dominated yeah interesting. I've thought about that about myself too. Yeah i'm kind of a cook but a coke when it comes to grams making fun of me. I'm not even like he's not even making my skill level. Because i think i you know i'm i'm probably even better than griffin. I think he's just flex on me. Because i'm mike out solo with like a partly orange wetsuit and he just you know he's like he's a you're not allowed to have that much stays and a part of me is like tell me. Tell me what's up because you're comfortable in your skin to and he's not yet and so he doesn't like the fact that you can be the way he can't be yeah what he wants to be. Yeah that's so true. Yeah he's a little fucker that kid. Yeah he's a little piece of shit bitch then. I hate them too. Yeah because you shouldn't be mean to anyone. Yeah and the you know the oceans big so if you don't like the person you're next to paddle elsewhere bro i Thanks man yeah. That means a lot they my back and if i ever do decide to throw down with him You know i mean he is like fourteen fifteen up all punch any fourteen year old good not any fourteen year old but i will punch any fourteen year old that you need to punch. Thanks to appreciate that. Yeah i mean. There's a lot of grams on my list. Yeah yeah i think to what you were saying about. How like you get picked on by preteens lot preteens. Yeah yeah techn- around there. They're almost teens. But i think adults don't see in you what these preteens are seeing. It's kind of like a polar express. Where only these preteens can hear the whistle of of your vulnerability of like alan dominated. But i don't or is that what you're saying you're yeah or like whatever it is i don't think i don't think any adult man who sees you as like. Oh i wanna pick on this dude but for some reason thirteen year olds. They see something in you that slake at that age is what needs to be picked. Yeah they see me. There was a little shit bitch. Is that gonna be going to hold. Has sarah forget to put an airplane. No i don't think you little shit bitch. I wouldn't use those words. Sorry it's okay. I know i hear you. I feel like a little bitch totally. But i don't think we can let these fourteen year olds. Take our power like that. Yeah i asked my dad if he was like if he got clown down by graham says as a you know as a as a twenty something moving into thirty you are thirty. Oh yeah he said no. Nice so well this. It's nothing genetic. Yeah that's my mom. And she would her grams. So that's a good burn. Yeah yeah maybe she was just trying to burn this griffin dude. Now as even aware Yeah she's looking for you. Yeah well she's just trying to go ahead. No no go ahead. That's my beef. Yeah it's a good beef man. i'm sorry I'm sorry going through that. I hope i hope the good thing is that these fourteen year olds will grow up. And they're not gonna keep picking on you for more than a couple more years. I hope i'm sure of it. 'cause they're going to go to college. Yeah lmu then. You're in trouble off then. It's not just winter breaks in spring breaks. It's round yeah. What a good baseball she go to. Uci and play from my friend danny bonus to baseball coach there. Yeah and you could just pound on him and he'll make run. He makes his guys run a lot. They come in out of shape. These these young bucker is don't like to run. Yeah so he'll make them run not. That'll beat the badness out of them. That's the chicago you see newport beach because it's right there aaron. What who's your beef might be for the week with the. Hbo program the undoing. Ooh now i'm not gonna spoil anything. I might as well but i'm not going to. But what might be is is with. How many english actors they cast in it. Takes place in new york and their accents are not good. The the english is coming out. There's a lawyer every court scene here. It nicole kidman. Their character could have been australian. Just let her be. It's it's weird. Yeah that's my beef and hugh grant is playing an englishman of course. Because when is he ever played in america. And i don't think he can. That's funny but he's great. He's great. I'll give you glad he's amazing and he's awesome. I think any actor who has a bad accent in a movie. I really have an issue with because you get multiple takes like you can get ten tries and then in the final movie. It's a bad accident. you didn't have one. take you effectively. Use the accent. Yeah well nicole kidman. I think she's amazing. One of the best. But i even in like big little lies. I could hear the australian accent. Come through sometimes. In england people do an american accent. They they make it. Sounds like vaguely american. But it's from like a town. I've never been to very somewhere in pennsylvania. The accent never been there. Yeah in the undoing. It's almost like are you haunting this. Show she's kind of talks. I'll get ghost. Just but i can just pick out when an english persons playing american. That's pretty crazy and we'll catch up on on. Doing c can fully beef. It like to all right. I'm gonna. I'm going to call my brother from ib for the week. Because i'm giving my beef to to my brother and by extension the mon boys. The mon boys is a group that strider titled that he titled them the mon boys there in our fantasy football league. I'm my brother. And i co manage our team together and strider. Basically said that they were doing some unfair rules. There is an unfair rules to keep him from playing from not playing defense at a strategy because they were forcing them to do a full lineup because some arbitrary rule and he wasn't going to pay the fine and he said they were all a bunch of assholes. So this is i wanted. But they got mad at me. And we're like hey. The podcast was one-sided. This is bullshit. So i'm gonna call my brother and have him say his side giving him no warning that this is happening What up dude dude. That was a solid one. You're on the pod. And i've brought you on for a specific reason. I was hoping that you could address year side of the strider fantasy football debacle. I'm calling a tobacco and and just give voice to to the boys. Yeah happy to thanks for Thanks for calling me so schreider shredders upset that we have a rule. That's been in place because people have wanted to play defense while they're on a by because they're scared of negative points we've already legislated us before it's been dealt with. We can obviously change it but we would need to vote. it would take place next year. The irs being lame about it and just said no. I don't wanna pay. And then he came up with a really good nickname for the three of us. The moment boys which i do have to give them credit because it's really funny and definitely disempowers as we try and come back adam but but i'm just annoyed that he just decided that it didn't suit him and he's just like no i'm not gonna follow it and he says is gonna pay up and you know and then he went on the pod and said that we have no integrity which is hurtful So yeah i mean you don't like it with your integrity. I mean no one does but but that's a that's a big shot yeah it stings and you know he's he's normally a great guy. I would always joke that he was a piece of shit. Because you know that's ridiculous. He's he's a he's a great person but he's been pissing me off and i think next time i see him on just gonna wrestling until he cries. I'm guessing that'll take like i'll probably already be crying when we start and i imagine it will take about forty five minutes of just wrestling nonstop and just i really cause i don't fight him you know. What is the the rule again just to clarify it.
"moeller" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Think you know what you do. Yeah i mean that. I might that young man. You're you're so young and you don't know you don't know. Yeah i think you know maybe teller like hey. This is over wants to go to college. But then teller died and then maybe you live it up in the period until then and it all has kind of doomed romantics heightening too. Because you're like we know this isn't forever and we know we're going to tragic ending break up on the line in the high school super passionate case. He wrote her a big letter with like some snow patrol lyrics or whoever the band is these days and nickelback. Yeah and you cry on your way home but you know it's the right thing to do exactly exactly that fires me up. I if she was agreeable to that scenario like this is going to end the senior year. That'd be that'd be epic would be what up stoke odds loved the pod. I've been single for quite some time. Now that was a total boehner killer. Because i being socially distanced and single. Maybe i started seeing this new girlfriend. We spent the friday saturday and sunday. Together qods altri nights. she's pretty. here's the problem. Rose we have been having sex the last three days. I've only busted my load wants. There's nothing wrong with her. she's cute. And i like ten but certainly good looking. She told me. I have a big hawk. Nice but have been having. He wrote nice but have been having a problem. Busting my load. I feel like a total rena. She's fairly boring in the sheets. Now that i haven't not the now that i haven't slowed every time. She thinks there's something wrong with me with her. But it's all me that it's nothing wrong with her and she doesn't believe me. I'd like to keep hanging there. But i think sexually. We're not be very compatible. Should i come losses before it gets too deep pun or feel it out and just try to spice things up in the bedroom i think my team drought and dudes before we begin this podcast. I wanna let me once again that we also don't want any vice appreciating looking after our age.
"moeller" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"With a lot of things if you find the right strain and or you're not using it to just numb the pain or or or whatever. It may be so if my kid came home it smelled like weed. I'd be like first off. Do you have any because we're going to do this. And we're going to do it right. And and we're going to go on that journey together and i'm going to get them blitz out of his mind and i'm going to be like this is what it's like to smoke with your old ban and here's what you need to be careful with and i'm going to do the same thing with alcohol to like. We're going to have that night where he sits down. I'm like here's the tequila. Here's the miller lite. Here's all the shit you're probably gonna drink. Here's the cigars. Let's let's get after a kid. Because i would rather him do it with me or with us as a family. Get that shit out of the way. So when he's faced with that shit on the street he can be like. I've been there. I've done and if i really wanna go drink i can go with my dad. And he's got cooler stories than you anyway. So whatever you know. Yeah and he'll trust what you're saying because now you're being like yeah. Listen i know they're going to do about it. And i don't care and i don't care that you guys drink but just don't don't kill anybody like don't kill your black again going back to this something you gotta live with for the rest of your life and you're gonna you're gonna have to deal with that so it's one of those things where i know you guys are going to do it but do it smart and know that this is a safe place to do that and experiment and kind of act like an idiot. Because i don't want to be that parent that picks my kid up in jail after he cites wife to a family of four. That came back from ice cream on a friday night. Nice i really. I really admired the. That's that's really integrated way to deal with it. Because i don't even know why i'm thinking about it because when i have kids but my parents were the same way. They like raged and so they would age. Yeah and they would let me rage with them and actually. I don't rage that much anymore. I think because they. It's almost more rebellion by me now to be like. Hey i'm just not to rage. Yeah i mean. I i never thought i have to think about that but with technology now in all that stuff. It's not like. I'm not going to know where my i want to know. Exactly where my kid is. Because he's either going to be on the next version of instagram. Or whatever the hell kids are using these days. It's not going to be able to hide anything from anyway. So i'm with you. My parents were big. And they're gonna regret they'll probably my parents will be categorized demonstrate. But let's just say my parents at a full bar in their house when they were like when they were young i mean a full-fledged like welcome to most type of bar and they like they like to party and that rubbed off on me like i thought drinking was completely fine. I was drinking by at the time i was fourteen secretly. You know thirteen fourteen years old so my parents don't really rich but they gave me a pretty large amount of freedom to wear is sort of a guy out of my system you know when the time was right it wasn't like i was so Felt like constrained by like their. You know the rules or anything to the point where I've seen kids who they don't really let loose until later in life you know like late twenties or something when they're sort of should be starting their careers Sort of like when when he sort of a whole that part down in someone in then it's gonna come out eventually. You know one hundred percent. Yeah and he. It's so smart to to just you know. Teach them how to do it correctly in in the right way and just gotta energy out some way. The way you're talking about is is just so smart. Will you do the same thing with your kids. Might you be like. Hey here's the freedom that's a that's a weird you if he's too dumb like if i don't trust that he's smart enough to understand the kinda gift that i'm giving him. I'm going to be like now. We're just going full lockdown on this kid touch anything but if he seems to have a good head on his shoulders and can or she can kind of see the forest the trees get. We'll have a couple of beers you can smoke some pot. I guess i worry about it. I worry about it. I worried about all the time. Yeah me too. I think even with my nieces and nephews on like how do you even like out of your sight like i just put my head in there. Put myself in their shoes on that man so the anxieties is insane. But i think. I think one thing that was effective. Is i with my older siblings. And my dad and stuff in my. It's like i just didn't want to disappoint them. And i think that was super effective. Is there were kind of like in a word we love. We're here for you but you know we will be disappointed in you and that was really effective at keeping me like a certain sort of in keeping me out of trouble. That's interesting or your folks together now. Now they're divorce but were they together when you when you didn't want to disappoint them now. I use more fascinating that even after the separation.
"moeller" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"The other side of that though is they will also be the first ones to be like. Let's turn the lights off our going down this road and mississippi after you've been for cases of beer and see how and like the tires on fire. I don't know whatever you know. An and and so we'll acceptable. Yeah i mean because you're gonna you're gonna drive each other. You're gonna push each other whether that's in the positive direction or the negative direction and i think it's all a love but it's one of those things where if your crew again if your browser traveling around the world together and doing what you're doing and then that there's that time for release it's it's a it's a powder keg in it can be. It can be really dangerous. What was your role in the in the group dynamic like what kind of what was your kind of like funk i'm pretty laid back guy and i'm sure a lot of people are laughing at that. Maybe that's the old old old like a forty one year old talking. But i mean i got into that whole environment pretty late in the game. I mean i got into special operations. When i was twenty five and i'd already gone to college and stuff and i did a lot of partying college. Sorry to kinda got that on my system so it's whatever it was. It was like i'll go to the bars and hang out. Get a couple of fights here and there. But i wasn't raging because i was more focused on. What am i going to get back overseas. When i what am i going to you know. Maybe i'm lying there. I partied a lot. I know you now but you seem like you might have been the guy who was getting them out of trouble like maybe it was in mixture man. It was a mixture. I had my fair share. And i'm thinking about this. And i'm like don't fucking lie. I'm not trying to but it's just that different perspective because you're asking me something. I did almost twenty years ago. Now but yeah i mean we got after it and it was a good thing bad thing and i was probably both. I was the antagonise a lot of times. And and then Probably guys at bars in bad situations and you know i would say half and half balance balance right. Yeah but but i mean you guys have been there like you know there's you know there's that one crew that you go out with or or whatever and you know it's fucking epic night or it's going to be a complete shit show and either way you're like i'm in because these are my this is my crew or whatever it may be who had was called it a fake fucker. Fight response where he didn't have sex with someone that night. You knew he was gonna start a fight which there's a lot. There's a lot of those guys inside a special operations military as you can imagine and you can tell exactly. That guy is the second he walks into the bar and he's acting like an uncle head you know and it's like i'm going to choke this guy out tonight because he thinks he's a bad ass and he's really not you know it is what it is you are are you. Some people are like good at beating people up where they don't go too far with it and really beat them up. They just like handle them. My friend my friend. John daniels when it used to put me in my place. He always beat me up the perfect amount and i really appreciated that about him. He just like controlled me. Let me know that hurt me would. Would you try to apply that kind of measure when you were choking astute out in in my own teammates. Yeah i guess you'd know we were brutal to each other. I mean and that's part of well in my in my in my era we were brutally child. I'm talking about like duct taping a guy we duct tape the guy in south america to kat that is like two feet off the ground and we let the tide role in and we left them taped up in the in the jungle where the straw hang out of his mouth. He couldn't see as the tide was washing over him and what he didn't there was a guy watching him the whole time but he was taped from his toes. All the way up to his said with nothing. You couldn't see and does that straw. And he just knew the tide was coming in. He was taped to the stretcher. Was that just because he was being because he was being an idiot. But going back to the tribe mentality of like one or three look at each other and they're like secured idea he could drowned. He could have died. He couldn't talk you know but it's that type of shit where you know. And that's nothing. I mean we we would get into all sorts of you know we would beat each other up guys would be going in the work. The next you know on monday with black is broken noses Because it was all part of that whole piece like we're gonna party pretty hard but we're also going to train really hard as well and that's all great and good and we were laughing about it but the backside of that is like the mental issues that come with it down and going that fucking hard over and over and over again you multiply that by a couple of years on top of the deployments of getting shot at and all that shit in what you're looking at right now. Was there some weakness to though with were there. What was their sweetness to though. And there's a lot of love. There's a lot of love a lot a lot of love and it's all out of love because you walk that fine line of of There's no especially in in my timeframe so think like two thousand three on two thousand four on there is no illusions of. You're going to make it through this program and you're going to go overseas and do your job and so the innocence really gets washed out of you very quickly as a young man. That's all use myself as an example. You know i'm a young kid. Twenty four years old twenty three years old thinking. I'm going to go shoot bad guys. I've never been the war. You know. I've never i've the closest i came to war was fucking saving private ryan you know and then you and then you go do it and you realize how ugly mike the underbelly of of of that machine really is and you know on an individual level. You died digested any way. You can put the other side of that. Is you. need each other in those moments to where you know. There's so much love even though you take out three months ago when you left me to drown but in this moment like were here together and we're going to get through this and we're gonna win and that is that is. That's where that love comes from because you know these guys have been vetted. They've been vetted in multiple ways in if push comes to shove jump in front of that bullet for you. And that's the i mean self. Sacrifice is the ultimate love. These i think so. Yeah would you guys huddle or or like get roddick with each other. No well in training. Yeah i mean in training to stay warm. I've had multiple all my friends at pissed on me because i was so called. I'm like yo. You gotta piss. Kiss on me because i was cold but and again in any other environment i'd be pretty upset if you pulled it out and starting to pissing on me you know but environment. I'm like please you know so. I don't know if that counts a lotta hugging training. A lot of trying to stay warm truly trying to stay warm. I'm not saying. I'm trying to stay warm like there's a good looking.
Mueller prosecutor says special counsel 'could have done more' to hold Trump accountable
"A former top prosecutor on special counsel Bob Miller's team writes in a new. Tell all book where law ends that the Group failed to fully investigate trump's financial ties and should have stated explicitly in their report that they believed he obstructed justice. Andrew Weissmann claims that Muller's efforts were limited by the ever present threat of trump disbanding their office and by their own reluctance to be aggressive against a sitting president. The team made sure it's work was logged into a computer system in a way so that it would be preserved if trump got rid of Mueller but Weissmann says the pressure caused them to pull punches. He likens it to a sword of Damocles hanging over all of their investigative decisions, leading them at certain times to act much less forcefully and more defensively than they would have if they were investigating anyone but the president. Weisman says it led them to delay and ultimately forego entire lines of inquiry though were quite promising particularly regarding this president financial ties to Russia. This bothered him deeply because in America no one is supposed to be above the law not even the president here is a key paragraph from Weisman's new book which comes out next week, and which we got an early copy of he writes quote. We still do not know if there are other financial ties between the president and either the Russian government or Russian oligarchs. We do not know whether he paid bribes to foreign officials to secure favourable treatment for his business interests a potential violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. That would provide leverage against the president. We do not know if he had other Russian business deals in the works at the time he was running for president how they might have aided or constrained his campaign or. Even if they are continuing to influence his presidency. Weisman was considered one of the top prosecutors at the justice, department had been a senior supervisor before Muller brought him onto his team. Now he teaches it Nyu law school in the book. Whitesman lays particular blame on Muller's number two errands assembly for stopping investigators from taking a broader look at trump's finances and he writes that he wonders whether investigators quote gave it their all Weisman lambasts attorney general bill bar for among other things giving the public a deeply misleading four-page summary of Moore's work before the full report was released publicly. bowlers report was far more damning than the anodyne description that bar put out. It was upon reading bars misleading four-page memo that Weisman decided yet moral obligation to write this book. Weisman is critical of Molar himself for not stating plainly that he concluded trump obstructed justice which Weisman says the evidence clearly shows Weissmann said in an interview on Monday with my colleagues Matt Sabotage and Spencer Sue that he told more, he would have stated that conclusion in the teams final report. More. Critically, Weisman complains how he felt more was wrong not to green light issuing a subpoena for trump's testimony, and he also details how he personally pressed the special counsel repeatedly to do so. The office also declined to compel testimony from the President's son Donald Trump Junior, or even to seek an interview with first daughter Ivanka trump who was involved in a lot of the potential misconduct described in the final report. Weisman's primary task was to lead the team called Team N, which investigated former trump campaign chairman Paul manafort for financial crimes in hopes that he'd flip to become a useful witness another team team are was tasked with exploring whether the trump campaign had coordinated with Russia to influence the election and another team six hundred was tasked with exploring whether trump had obstructed justice. Weisman is critical of that ladder team teams six hundred saying that an FBI agent assigned to it complained to him that it was quote pulling its punches and shooting down her views. And weisman alleges that its leader Mike driven another veteran former prosecutor. Confided in him privately that he would not have been. So mealy mouthed about saying the president had obstructed Justice Weisman's says driven. told him quote if you and I were in charge this is not how it would read. I should say here that Zebedee Moeller Andrew even did not respond to our requests for comment about what said about them in the book.
Students may not get "the true college experience" this year
"International students in Massachusetts and across the country may be forced to leave if they're university goes virtual. More from w TVs. Louisa Moeller full classrooms in person debate that used to be Valeria Mendy old is experience at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. I was in shock. I was like, I can't the can's right like he has now the grad student from Mexico says Uncertainty from the pandemic has turned into hyper uncertainty with a new directive from Immigration and Customs enforcement that international students in the U. S will have to leave the country or risk deportation. If their school switched online on Ly Learning. Harvard, for example, had just announced it would hold on ly virtual classes in the fall. What am I gonna do with my with my lease on my apartment when I'm going to go with my furniture? Go back to Mexico. Where am I going to say international students are basically confronted between two choices between risking my own health and, you know, attending in person classes or be deported from the US. Maya Nasser, a PhD student at MIT worries that if she leaves, she won't be allowed back on top of the challenges she could face trying to learn from her home country of Lebanon. Right now open on its passing through an extreme economic crisis. The country is on a brink of Herman. We do not have access to power electricity, InterNAP. Ice is expected to release more guidance later this week. But Sarah Sprites her with the American Council on Education, which represents over 700 colleges and university, says the impact could be huge. So we have over one million students in the U. S that come from other countries on they actually have $41 billion impact on the U. S economy. That was the estimation from
AI Opportunity in Insurance, from Process Automation to Decision Support - with Gary Hagmueller
"This week's episode is focused squarely on insurance. There's a lot to keep track of in the space from claims to underwriting to back in process automation to customer service every six months the landscape of AI vendors and known use cases in the enterprise companies changing in altering in part of our work involves staying on top of that that means speaking to heads of AI and innovation leaders at companies. You might know like Geico allstate or Axa. Some the biggest insurance players in the world as well as staying on top of the start up ecosystem this week we speak with one of the players in that. Startup ecosystem. Gary Moeller is the CEO and president of Clara Analytics Clara analytics based in the bay area. And they are focused squarely on insurance artificial intelligence applications Gary previously was the chief operating officer at a house. D One of the rare companies in Silicon Valley to raise hundred million dollars plus for an artificial intelligence company and he was before that the CFO at Zoro which is an incredibly successful subscription management payments. Firm out again in the bay area so gary has got a pretty storied past in the startup world. Clarice raised about twelve million in there. Certainly on the way up insurances ripe for disruption and there's plenty to cover so gary gives us his perspective on where is making its way into insurance where he thinks it's going to make the biggest impact in the relative near term without further ado. We're going to hop right. It says Gary Hag with Clara analytics here on the business podcast so Gary. I wanted to start us off with just your idea today as to where is making a difference in insurance what what functions. It's being adopted into where the traction is today. If we look at a in the Insurance Enterprise Great Question. Damn yeah so so. There's definitely a whole bunch of different places where we're starting to see a proliferate. I will say it's probably very early days really for a big time. So we're you know. Obviously we are very focused on the claims operation space and so we're seeing a variety of different places where this is getting applied. It's getting applied. At least we're we're we're seeing it generally in two flavors things that can kind of be automated away. You know think simple tasks that it you know today. You got a human doing that. Maybe doesn't need to be done and in the second place where we're seeing it. Generally is is occurring in places where there are very complex in weak signals. That have a pretty large bearing on the outcome of whatever the person is working on or whatever the group is working on in is really being used as an augmentation of human capability but so think about the ability to kind of see around the corner and figure out where the things that that could affect what they're working on positively or negatively are In giving them action in on so like nausea as he said. Our focus is on claims ops but yet we have it a guy on my board works in in underwriting and we seen a bunch of different places where this is starting to apply even in the actuarial space. But it's been you know it's really feels like there's a. There's a groundswell of interest activity coming. I like your break out here when you when you look at a impact and insurance. Maybe we could do this with any sector. But you're talking about two categories. One is what can be automated away. I like the term. A lot of vendors are afraid to use that phrase even because it it comes across. You know immoral. You're one of those automation. People stealing job I. I hear a lot of vendors been far too tender with being able to say that phrase Second informing decisions. So it's sounds like a short breaking things up into we look at insurance. What might be an example of each just to give people a Nice Representative Lens into space some automated stuff and then some some decision informing. So I'm GonNa give you some thoughts on both of those but I do WanNa touch on the point on the automation automation away. I feel like that's a topic. That comes up a lot in this whole a discussion on. I don't think it's as sinister as which you portrayed it as I think it's really a situation where there's a lot of tasks that are being done today that I guarantee you that people do not. I don't WanNa do. And it's part of their regular job and so if you free them from doing tasks that they don't WanNa do in focus them in on the things that they would rather be doing that. They are probably better at doing right. That actually ends up making everybody better off instead of giving you kind of an example right. There's a lot of places where you have things blow through processing right where you can get a claim you can analyze. The machine can analyze the claim. The machine can make a determination that like this routine claimed. Let's just go ahead and eight. You know issue payment or issue settlement or whatever On this particular thing so that's maybe an example of things that the kind of flow through the machine can take care of An ambitious close out without necessarily having to kick it up to somebody who is just going to you know. Look at it. Roll their eyes. It's just another one of these ones again. You know do a couple of things. Close it out and move on right. So that's kind of an example of the automation flow the other side of it. So think of it as kind of decision support or or kind of enhancements human enhancement is what I would basically think about it. Were that's where you know. This is this by the way is common across all areas of machine learning. Were what you're doing. If you're tapping into an appropriately. Large amount of data. You're going to begin to pick up weak signals right in in things that are actually deterministic. That most humans aren't going to be able to go off and do right in in. That's for two reasons number one. They may have been doing this job for ten fifteen whatever years to have a certain way of doing the job and they're just never going to look at those other sources of data right. The secondary part is that some of those sources flow in places that people generally don't even look at so if you've figured out how to tap into all these different data sources and you can then get a much more complete picture like in the case of the sorts of things that we do. We can do a much more complete sense of what's going on with an individual claiming give evidence on like exactly how to attack this problem. Right now to mitigate loss or wind up doing something that's going to wind up making the claiming happier subtle faster. That sort of thing in. Maybe there's an interesting sort of exercise that we could do so I guess one quick thing I did I certainly wouldn't call automation sinister per se. I think there are to be some cases where someone gets freed up to do something more cognitively interesting and it's a thank goodness kind of experience. There will be other times where you know. Abacha folks in India Needham Filing TPS reports anymore. You know what I mean. They'll find somebody else to work with point blank period. There's going to be that and I think everybody needs to be pretty honest about it but there will be plenty of of experiences where we'll be able to move people up in work more interesting things when you look in a business and obviously insurance is your space and you aim to sort of help. Maybe business leaders think through where I can find a fit. You look at a business and say oh here's some identifiable for our potentially automative bucket and then here's some ones that we can also identify for the decision bucket. How do we put on a pair of goggles to to see those opportunities an insurance? What might be helpful.
Interview with White House Deputy Communications Director on Robert Mueller's statement
"President Trump says the case is closed Democrats say, just the opposite and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi who has warned Democrats against pursuing impeachment said at an appearance in San Francisco yesterday that, quote, nothing is off the table. All this comes after special counsel, Robert Muller made his first public comments about the Russia investigation Muller repeated his central conclusion that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election in order to hurt Hillary Clinton. He also said out loud that the decision not to charge the president was not an exoneration as the White House claims if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said, so. We did not, however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. Adam Kennedy, is deputy director of communications to President Trump, and he joins us now on the line. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. Thank you so much for Robert Mueller refused to clear the president's name in his remarks. Why does the president say case closed, because when wherever Muller refused to make a determination based evidence that forced the attorney general deputy attorney general step it make a decision and they did so without using the L C or any constitutional considerations to do it. And what they found was based on the evidence Muller gathered. There was no grants obstruction. So it's clear that this that this case is closed exonerated at Muller truly to the president had obstructed, he could've used his many opportunities to say while prevented from doing, so I would recommend to the SCO forward, but he has also as, as you just alluded to Robert. Moeller made it clear that a big reason that he was not able to articulate whether or not the president obstructed Justice is because the department of Justice rules prevent that from happening. Thereby nodding his head to the fact that this is a political decision at this point that whether or not to, to hold the president to account is something that should happen in congress. I actually just agree. I don't think it is political, I think when the special counsel doesn't make it a termination under the rules, which Muller knows very well. It then goes to deter general deputy attorney general and they did make a decision. They made it decision based on the evidence smaller gathered and without considering the constitutional questions or department of Justice regulation. I think it's very clear where the situation rest with no obstruction Okaloosa. We also do need to clarify the record, though. Neither the attorney general nor- Robert Mueller ever used the words, the president has been exonerated, typically what you charge somebody that's considered an exoneration Robert Muller could have made a recommendation could have said congress should take this up. It's not a he said, both things, but he chose not to he left it to the general, the general conclusion, it is actually is actually a separate issue. It's not the same thing to not bring charges not the same thing as being exonerated. But we're going to have to leave that to the side. I wanna ask as the president read the mole report. You know, I'm not gonna get into how much the president how much the presence time spent on this. He certainly followed the case, the investigation, and I think he all along with conclude, they wanna play a bit of rubber Muller in his remarks yesterday. Let's listen to this Russian intelligence officers who are part of the Russian military launched a concerted attack on our political system. The indictment alleges that they use affiliated cyber techniques to hack into computers and networks used by the Clinton campaign. They stole private information, and then release that information through fake online and identities. And through the organization, Wicky leaks. The releases were designed and timed to interfere with our election and to damage a presidential candidate does the president now except that conclusion, the president said all along that people have attempted to interfere with our elections. But that it happened on his behalf. Fortunate that the previous what hasn't happened on his behalf. Robert more devices. To hurt Hillary to his benefit. But let's be clear to say on his behalf is to suggest that he this to happen. It was the previous administrations allowed this to happen. The president taken serious considerable steps to make sure it doesn't happen in the future. So no, I wouldn't say it happened on his behalf. We should also say there is no evidence of this point as to whether or not the previous administration opened any doors to this at all. Can you say explicitly whether or not the Trump campaign will accept or even solicit help from Russians in the twenty twenty campaign? I worked for the president. I'd states that don't work for the campaign where you can say, is that the president can serious steps including closing facilities, including, including two checking Russian personnel from this country sanctions to make sure that this doesn't happen again. The future where strengthening our election system. We're working with states and local authorities to make sure that this travesty previous ministration allow happened again. There is no. Evidence to that effect. Adam Kennedy, we've been stop it from happening, that's for another conversation. But at this point there is no evidence of the previous administration having any responsibility for that. Adam Kennedy White House deputy communications director. Thank you for your
Volunteers give Camp Fire victims 15,000 Thanksgiving meals
"Moeller, southern fire that destroyed hundreds more homes in Malibu killing three more. People is now fully contained the president spending part of thanksgiving making phone calls to US troops and visiting a coastguard station near his Florida state of honor to be with you know, we're gonna take some pictures and forty two thousand in the coast guard and saved a lot of lives over four thousand. I guess they're saying over four thousand just this year, especially. Commending the coastguards role during hurricane response in several states. Former FBI chief
McCain, Senate and ABC discussed on ATN
"One after battling brain cancer Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is among Democrats in the Senate mourning the death. Of their colleague he spoke to ABC News Radio A democrat. In the Senate we disagreed on, a lot but we found
Allegations of Sex Abuse at Moeller High School in Ohio
"The Hamilton county prosecutors now looking into allegations of sex, abuse against a staffer at Moeller. High school president at Moeller high school sent a. Letter to parents home advising them faculty members. On leave now over allegation Of. Sex abuse that have been leveled by a former crusader and the. Letter president, Marshall highs who writes they don't know if these allegations. Have any merit says they're. Working with. A Hamilton county prosecutor to determine the. Truth lames come from. A former student at Muller there was an all school assembly to address the allegations Melissa's counselors are going to be made available to any students in need them throughout the
Moeller faculty member on leave after former student alleges abuse
"The Hamilton county prosecutor's. Office is looking into whether a female faculty member at an all boys school here in Cincinnati sexually abused. A young. Man the president of Muller high school says they are aggressively addressing the issue all boys Catholic high school. In Montgomery road informing parents about. Allegations of sex abuse involve a staff, member at member of the faculty has been put on leave while the allegations that have been made by a former molar student are investigated the school's president says that the suit in question also says he was subjected to grooming. By that staff member what was held an all school. Assembly to talk About the charges they're making counselors available all weekend for any, students who, wanna
US, Bloomberg and Saudi Fund discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"Special counsel, Wall Street futures are higher this evening I'm Evan Haning And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters. In New York let's check this hour's top business stories. And the markets the head of the world's biggest shipping company says tariffs will hurt the US much more than the rest. Of
Supreme Court, Brett Cavenaugh and Robert Muller discussed on Brett Winterble
"The big story confirmation hearings for US. Supreme court. Nominee Brett cavenaugh will begin on September fourth. The, opening statements by committee members will take place on that date and, the questioning if Cam. Cavenaugh will start the following day the. Hearings are expected to last three or four
"moeller" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Yes absolutely right people crazy when i pulled it out on air because i'll get all kinds of tweets and messages you know he's not huge justice department well i mean true in a set of wants to the people but the point is we hired him the an election to be the head of that justice department it is under his separated power whether they like it or not now remedy for when the supreme court let's suppose somebody puts forward a case against him they don't like that he fired moeller will say and they put forward a case let's suppose the supreme court was deranged enough to to find for the plaintiff now my estimation the remedy for where the supreme court rules against the executive and the executive refuses to comply with that ruling this is also addressed through house impeachment and subsequent senate expulsion correct yes correct let's suppose the house refers articles of impeachment to the senate and then trump successfully demonstrates in his senate trial as it relates to the case surrounding the russian probe okay let's oppose trump successfully demonstrates in his senate trial that subordinates within his own separated powers at the doj and fbi tried unsuccessfully to transcend the law themselves under the trappings of officialdom and then let's oppose trump further shows that the supreme court reached beyond its own separated powers with trying to uphold their efforts to commit a coup then wouldn't that be correct in saying that that would mean that trump wins constitutionally and therefore wins legally does he not.
Dan, Boston and Philip Jackson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Checking business news dow asia markets were mostly lower tuesday wall street reopens today they were closed yesterday for a memorial day crude oil prices dropped more than a dollar a barrel after reports that opec and russia could start pumping more oil soon it's back to business today the case schiller report on home prices for march and the first quarter come out and the conference board releases the consumer confidence index for may a new report from zillow says nearly twenty three percent of millennials still live at home they say it's because housing prices are outpacing wages a major push today by a group called the black star project to get people to buy their coffee from black owned cafe teaching our coffee houses how to buy in bulk how to work collectively together to get bigger discount this turned into a lesson for us philip jackson says this comes on the same day of the starbucks one day shutdown for diversity training the arrests of two black men at a philadelphia starbucks prompted the training and checking futures all in the red dow futures down one hundred eighty three points nasdaq off forty three s p down twenty boston police are searching for a woman who was caught on surveillance camera breaking into a house while carrying a young child correspondent wbz tv's louise moeller has more sarah cone inter family were on vacation when their security system alerted them that someone was in the house neither of us had ever seen her before we have no idea she is an woman and baby nonchalantly went up the stairs peered around almost as casually as they came in then video shows them briskly exiting cohen says they spend three minutes inside the alarm likely sounding during that time but when she and her husband drove home to check nothing value seemed to be missing red no jewelry was missing watches or missing like the ipod was still on my night dan neighbors say a rare event in a tight knit community now this family is seeking answers the security camera footage has gone viral on facebook a new hampshire community remembering a firefighter who died in a scuba diving accident over the weekend on the north shore thirtysevenyearold benjamin tatreau got tangled in a line and gloucester on a.
NBA Scoreboard: Winners and Losers
"The big twelve with seven including oklahoma the scooters have won only two games since january espn's j tillis obviously best almost unjustified let's almost on the plateau at what could somebody say to save forge out we think this as one of the better of the to get into that applejack legitimate don't worry that they haven't they've only won twice since the holiday honey since two thousand eighteen no games on the road one word on the road the four number one seeds are virginia villanova kansas and for the first time in school history savior the tournament opens up tuesday and wednesday the united with the first four in dayton ohio plenty nba scoreboard the lakers beat the cavaliers one twenty seven to one thirteen julius randle with thirty six points fourteen rebounds and seven assess the cavaliers now four and six since the all star break the rockets beat the mavericks 105 the aid to to clinch a playoff spot even with james harden out with a sore left knee pacers beat the celtics 99 ninety seven tyree irving had to leave that game for boston with a sore left knee seventy six years over the net one twenty to ninety seven and the nuggets prefect king one thirty to one old four from the nfl the giants will cut corners dominique rogers cromartie that move will save the team six and a half million dollars roger cromartie had one year left on his contract be ob east coast west coast double header the wizards in celtics followed by the lakers in warriors coverage starts wednesday at seven thirty easter on espn and p s p and radio who said hit by fires oh and our first first fan last on espn radio ted on the s p n yes the more to his first whereas danica as the a radio and the espn ap moeller for my goal is.
2 dead, 3 injured in New York City helicopter crash on river
"Favour much fair scars thirty two at o'hare push who have no motive for a double murder the took pollution slowed model sharp chicago's will village neighborhood have thirty three fourteen shelf juan bill herve elders lives nearby as long as i lived here never heard of them having any problems never seen anything coming out of there and just working settlers luisa both were found dead when police arrived deadly helicopter crash into the east river off manhattan sunday evening abc's aaron katersky is at the rescue staging area of private tourist helicopter crashed into the east river at the tip of roosevelt island near ninety six street just after seven p m this sunday evening there were five passengers on board plus the pilot the pilot was recovered first and personnel from the new york city fire department police department and the coast guard were involved in getting all the other passengers out of the water abc's aaron katersky new york white house previewing the trump administration's plan for school safety following the mass shooting parkland florida education secretary betsy devos laying out what they're calling a twopart policy of protein will bring together a wide array of practitioners including teachers but that was on the front lines to help identify best practices and solutions that are working in communities and state across our country the legal over the counter opioid substitute khrais tome has been linked to sell manella cases in illinois we get more from wgn bob kessler the illinois department of public health along with the centers for disease control and prevention and the food and drug administration or all investigating a multistate cluster of salmonella associated with crate m one case linked to the outbreak has been found in illinois and the cdc's recommending against consuming crate in any form because it could be contaminated with salmonella and cause illness bob kessler wgn new staked democratic representative anna moeller told wgn for it pearson on the sunday spin programme why she is pushing hard for legislation that would create a council on women and girls to ensure that illinois when we are drafting an and passing policy that affects women and girls that we are cognizant of those issues and ensuring that there are protections put into place you.
"moeller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ultimately his biggest vulnerability in his biggest exposure could come from just lying to other congress or shutter all investigators about his communications dubai mocked up nazmul open henn about him up to a a lot of legal exposure um that could um you know crush your hand chiu chaolin moeller tell congress or about what happened during the campaign and whether or not you wouldn't bowles you have it has he reminds us what what has he testified so far as he testified anywhere he's got the by before the house intelligence committee and he says that he has merkley cockrel by muller but it would be very surprising if she were not in and do we know we do know some of the things that have gone on its with house intelligence committee testimony do we know that has he spoken about these messages with the house intelligence committee after he turned over fifty locations wait we give it to the house intel committee after he pa divide and play giving people housing committee of course afterward meaning but they were not a little off your questions about it go higaki little him out so across the hockey clock we'll see who watchmen him bach you can stop the glock my he gives more engaged um the republican party there have been keeping watch they won't issues the team on the and they don't want you back according to what i'm hearing um books output there's also kind of a ceiling on the house intel committee it's i was i was it starts to wrap up which the republican party indicated that they watch do burgers soon thought this ultimately going to have a rom has muller but importantly he may have already perjured himself to the house it's possible that's not something but i will able to report you 'cause i could have exact language of what you sector calculate each but by sources told me that it came very close if if she didn't actually happen is he or anyone else denying that the message is that your reporting a real anyway he confirm while in custody um immediately it's just he insists that its out of context right and which would imply that there were more communications but.
20-year-old Oregon man sues Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart over rifle sale restrictions
"Through about her as an enemy combatant now in it's it's kind of a sideeffect of you know the election of trump made a lot of people that may be only partly played it paid attention to politics are didn't pay attention on now all of a sudden they really care they're really invested they they really can't believe trump is president and they don't like it so they're learning all these things for the first time right i don't know what the hatch act is with ohesion violation of a temple used to be home over the hatch act crying out loud kept we stone her lawyers for near a jeff o'brien were you paying attention it all the same number nonsense yesterday of his ios been following when he was his his interviewer you might have been a little drunk so there's a there's a there's a there's a follow up i have from amtrak coach my words whereas lawyer you know haven't proven allegedly during yet so added the huffington post balvig started when he said he was going to defy the moeller subpoena right yes side of the huffington post he says sandberg says wise msnbc analysts convinced him not to defy moeller subpoena that was boy that's always so wise to tell me that i could possibly go to jail if i win did that can even lawyer extraordinaire on the side there you go heated someone giving him some good advice i wonderful show up to the if you if he shows up to the interview with the social council drunk one can only hope they can talk about those bad approval numbers the cnn produced hey up while we gotta lawyer in studio there is a story out of the associated press i'm curious what you think the validity of these claims are in oregon man has filed lawsuits he did it on monday claiming that both dick's sporting goods and walmart discriminated against the ts twenty years old discriminated against him by refusing to sell him a rifle after they went and restrict gun sales to adults twenty one and over in wake of the florida high school massacre oregon law does allow residents to buy shotguns are rifles starting at age eighteen do you think he's got a legitimate sort.
Mueller's Russia probe demands communications from Trump and campaign staff
"2016 elections cbs's vicky barker has details on the sweeping new subpoena special counsel robert muller reportedly demanding all communications between an unnamed witness and nine members of donald trump's inner circle as well as mr trump himself note subpoena four mr trump yet says cbs news legal analyst andrew cohen do we think that would come if it's going to come near the end of the moeller investigation and looks clear like we aren't there yet the documents demanded reportedly began in november 2015 just months after mr trump declared his candidacy thicky barker cbs news meantime in washington president trump met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house mr trump says the relationship between the us and israel has never been better he maintains his decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and to move the american embassy there was the right bohsia decision that added lay ready presidents were discussing whether or not to make that decision and they promised that their campaigns but they never were able to do what they should have done so i was able to do it when asked on his recent push to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum mr trump says he is not backing down and does not expect to have a trade war despite ongoing criticism from world leaders wbz news time to.
"moeller" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"President refuses to talk to moeller what is the recourse that moeller has sell i mean because we're talking about the president we don't absolutely no the answered but the existing precedent we have from the next and era suggest that yes trump does have to talk to moller that it will be legally dangerous as well as politically risky to try to duck the interview that written questions are not a substitute for a spoken interview so all of that sad why is john dowd uh one of trump's lawyers realized can i drastic interrupt last question i do not recall for mortgage that nixon was ever interviewed under oath in person by prosecutor me he turnover material but by himself nursing a little in an address it had comes from the tapes because they resisted turning over the tape so vehemently and then they weren't than they had to turn over the tapes sadat's to form an interview but it's clinton who had to testify in the white house but his answers were being sent to the grand jury to listen to without was the kind of accommodation and you could imagine muller's folks agreeing to that same accommodation with trump but to say written questions we don't do this at all would seem to be falling receding from where we think the existing law is um i know on the other hand if trump really refuses end muller in trump then have to have a fight about this the goes to the supreme court i'm sure that i would imagine that is not something muller's team will relish because it's the jailing up this conflict before muller's team reports out you know does anything with its findings and so i would say that's not the i i can't imagine that moeller wants that outcome on the other hand just letting trump not talk to them if they have questions that they want to answer to seems to me deeply mistaken for all the reasons i always felt about this which is that the president can't be above the law earlier couple of things strict reward.
"moeller" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Like we all know the truth right you turn on fox news in you know the truth about hillary uturn on msnbc and you know the the truth about trump and collusion baloney we don't know anything and so this no chill friday the good news is the clinton foundation is going to be looked into that is a reason that's reason enough to raise a glass tonight but like the bob moeller investigation good let the investigators do their job let's get to the truth and i want the truth at all if you haven't been listening to joe walsh here's what you've been missing the tide is moving toward legalising marijuana now by the way i think marijuana should be legal and i don't give a damn were the tides going or not to meet always comes down to this if if if you're twenty one years old and you can drink beer or have of vat can tomic you should be able to smoke marijuana it it just plain and simple at least that's my opinion what jeff sessions did today it's like he he removed the limitations that obama had put on federal prosecutors in going after people who sell marijuana it will create confusion in the mirror wanna industry but what it's really gonna do is it's going to force this issue of which in my mind is in issue of federalism are the state of washington this should decide when it comes to marijuana the state of washington should decide what it does with marijuana in washington and the state of illinois should decide what it wants to do it marijuana in illinois don't miss your daily dose of civil disobedience download fooled episodes of the.
"moeller" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The moeller investigation since this revelation followed the news of his lead investigators peter strachan andrew weissman getting fired for their own documented bias against trump even as the doj the fbi and muller insists that said bely said political biases actually o k a lot of folks out there scratching their heads congressman or they are they're both out there that are scratching their heads they would certainly be the ones that hurt this for the first time it's him i don't think there's any bait america smart enough to listen to this very accurate description that you will out here and understanding of the flows through i think it's all exactly right uh but i can't believe that moeller knew all of this when he stepped into this or he would not have walk into this mess the here and now he's finding himself uncovering or that because of the result of their investigations they're they're they're uncovering covering the transfer from the people that one of the investigation in the first place and as so it is i looked down through this bruce or more doors down uh from and well from rod rosenstein and the in rosenstein testimony before the judiciary committee i guess it's a little over a week ago now too day he was asked the question did the fbi also pay for the dossier and he refused to answer the question the one of the values of sitting there and listening to each one of all of us on the committee with our only five minutes we got i ha i the look on his face his demeanor told me he knows who paid for that dossier and i believe we are going to learn the farm reading this expression on his face right that the fbi also paid for that i see a and then this pollution ties hillary clinton the fbi uh the doj under obama and the also the dnc under debbie wasserman schultz altogether uh connected with the russian connection is it's so ironic that this uh they wanted to uncover a trump can action and what's happening is it that the collusion actually looks like it points to the democrats in hillary and the and the obama doj and the fbi and by the way her older is i believe atta leading these days so he's got something more.
"moeller" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And that is why is moeller appointing people that only donate to obama clinton and the dnc you know why did he pick somebody like weissman with his atrocious record and then we find out eight picks peter struck and peter struck squirrel front and they have a pro hillary antitrump bias and then you've got this guy praising sally yates and one has to ask how politicized the criminal justice system is if these are the people that muller has appointed and if they weren't not driven politically and ideologically from the get go or a trader with the state is running our government and when we were confident army special catholic then he faith official from the fbi the takeshe lock the fbi and the justice department and they don't believe in what the president trying to accomplish and i have a right to believe that as of us citizens of what they're not allowed to bring those use their job they're supposed to enforce the rule of law inonu for way and they've demonstrated through the emails which are not willing to do that praising lawlessness attacking president trump wise for an for office while praising hillary clinton in the case for your struck while he's supposed to be investigating her strike from msrb and i want believe that he's out of control is office this compromise at it needs to be shut down we can't trust what this age what what this special council going to do even if you're a leftist you should want to shut down because it's so compromise you're not gonna get a fair hearing or a fair result even if you don't believe that uh uh buehler or russia collusion scandal is the unicorn as we believe young uh but listen i'm gonna tell you from my perspective i've let me first go onto the other news that you were able to pick up here um and i did like your line that you felt that the fbi probe of hillary's emails and muller's investigation as trump is irredeemably compromised one of the things that we've now learned this week is that call me and strachan others that.
"moeller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He's going to jail or that any of his family's going to jail or any of these other people going to jail you're wrong the moeller investigation that continues to go on his talked about it as if this is something that is may met this we've we've this is going to be massive this is going to be a a huge crisis firing mr mollar or any other of the top brass involved in this investigation will not only call into question this administration's commitment to the truth but also to our most basic concept rule of law it also has the potential to provoke a constitutional crisis in the united states of america noone no one is above the law not even the president i agree with that but it doesn't mean you're ever going to get to the president or to the secretary of state or to come on but that is what we have out there now it's he's going to fire his way that's the new what he's this weekend he's gonna fire muller this weekend he's going to fire muller why would he want to fire moeller we'll because he's going to catch it i will exert anything out there and if there is that how yeah go after them as hard as you can but you going after underlings and turning up stuff that has nothing to do with this investigation and isn't catching the president and by the way you having people on your staff who absolutely this just had to stave the presently you could not believe they put it in tax they put it in writing and they talked about how they can't let this happen and they talked about.
"moeller" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Ladies and gentlemen but step putting miller show what the happy moeller monday everybody farright who had manafort in the betting bull not me helen hong is he all we were hey i love ornate somebody suggested we go back to walking on sunshine when he that come down who had manafort i didn't i was aiming for jared kushner and aim of i know i was too he's in saudi arabia you know what he's hiding hello happy moeller monday everybody how we've all sorts of stuff the party music we're slamming what is what's the moment we could we have a your which what's the one you keep hearing every oh the one that i would say hey all weekend was awesome joel ready for this yana in and out there then been that event that and then i had a modern bend balas nowhere to run oh yeah i play all of them will hear all of them okay everybody in pretty settled pretty remain calm he was her indictment music on monday other one please we over your suggestions now three two three four six eight one one one five excitement we were saying right helen you were saying by the way helen hong back by claim good morning here with us all morning and then jen kirkman joins us in our number two very exciting i don't even know what to me now paul manafort fbi predawn raid face ever them paul manafort perp drive with the sun visor out and if you saw that he pulled some buys her inge like yeah that they do they were shooting from that side the cameras and he had the visor like like we couldn't sit we can still see you name we can st sleep we still see you perp drive i know it was him as attorney were jiving over this morning yeah right in case you just woken up let me take a moment to say hey listen.
"moeller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To this whole uh robert muller angle robert moeller was at the fbi when all this stuff was going down there with the wind the fbi informant and now he is a special prosecutor that raises another issue i mean how crazy as it that our government i'm gonna go i love america i'm lucky we love america we had our government how crazy as it fatal the head of the company that they hope that uranium to how crazy is it that they let this guy in knowing he was under fbi investigation they give him a visa to come on it it is it is crazy i tell you when we'll take a break come back more with the bulldog barks before midnight on the night cabot newsradio 700 wlw were these in naked legal with no supplies into the jungle disease guys telling you right now couldn't do it mostly listen to newsradio 700 wlw i don't want to give up getting the latest news in thirty minutes breaking news whenever it happens and the latest traffic and also and i wanna get jumbled blood's biden on the man parts you make the gdp in the wild i'm happy right ear with newsradio 700 wlw one thousand dollars the key word hundreds you'll get a text confirming his revised our radio in this great supplies win two hundred addresses now a year in rock spotlight 1973.
"moeller" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
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"moeller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"President by angeline seek his money or take him to court um or they'd have to kind of caught him a deal and if he caught him and deal that would put the bank you know in in in risk in jeopardy infiltrators the current basic fundamental safety and soundness questions hit the bank face for the moeller investigation we really have very little window into kind of what they might wanna know but again if you have a if you have a lender who is lending to uh the president many of his businesses honest golf course of porta as hotel in washington hotel in chicago com they would need to know through hunting a russian guarantee your backing in any of these projects again no up is but to get to the bottom of all these connections y you know to what your bank in a central element about a europe paper also had a story today at out former trump campaign team manager paul manafort owing seventeen million dollars to russian interests zack connected to this i think it's not necessarily directly connected to tweet eubank um at all but bit where it is connected absolutely it's an understanding whether or not metaphor any uh trump associate during a campaigner before at with endebted two russian entities uh or at any o'brien had any kind of compromising you know uh information on any of these individuals and to understand the new russian government efforts to influence the election and you need to understand whether or not the trump campaign colluded with them you want to know the the money trail you have to follow the money and not back does go through all these individuals and all these banks the president told your paper yesterday that looking at his finances in his family's would cross a red line what redline is he talking about and hasn't been crossed it a challenge there of our if you're in moeller shoot how do you not look at the financing his of the president's of the president's family in the business is could you you wanna know if there's any kind of.
"moeller" Discussed on WCTC
"You can is enough to convict so here's my take on rock why robert muller should recuse himself from his duties as special counsel i have limited personal knowledge of robert muller he was lie director for a brief period of time prior just prior to my retirement from the fbi two thousand the three but i do have opinions on his actions bowler dismissed the independence of the fbi during his 10year as director prior to bowlers appointment the fbi open cases investigated cases developed informants arrested bad guys odd that we'd visit the us attorney's office and hand them over the paperwork but during bowlers ted you're the fbi was required to obtain permission from the justice department to open certain cases acquire informants at receive a thority to investigate for investigative techniques it should be noted that attorneys are not investigators we had separate functions of the criminal judicial a justice system until moeller merged the two now that in and of itself is not bad but here's where does get a little bit dicey with muller a bowler was recently appointed special counsel to review rumors of collusion obstruction of justice and russian election interference but this review will probably mutate into a perjury witchhunt of associates of president donald trump the special council statute get only be triggered if there's an underlying criminal probe rubillar's do not rise to the threshold of criminal activity moeller an fbi and now this is this is really this is this is where the red flags really went up for me moeller and fired fbi director james colby our best friends they take family vacations together they picnic together they spent hours with each other in the office they have cocktails with each other after work as an impartial arbiter moeller will be tasked to determine who he believes but bowler is predisposed to believe his best friend colby wouldn't you after all the elements of obstruction of justice can be highly interpretive so expects of legal exposure for our president on this issue now what he's saying here is nobody sank obstruction of justice happen it's a hot it's a high bar to reach but who do you think bowlers going to listen to his you can listen to his best friend that he east aching family vacations with or as you could have believe.
"moeller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Say you're being investigated by the first assistant district it states attorney here in chicago down okay but kim fox is the boss of that i assistant state attorney so you could shake him fox is investigating you hear this with this is rosenstein hired moeller moeller in its innocence works for rosenstein rosenstein leading the investigation it sort of reminds me when you put it that way steve of the fact that you fire colmey but that doesn't change the fact that other people are doing the investigation right to colmey might have been a guy who was investigating donald trump but at now you can fire him or you can keep him but the investigation will continue unabated richer it fuelled it witchhunt by the way somebody say who the president keeps reminding us is the greatest witchhunt in american history and somebody said no the greatest witchhunt in american history was the salem witch hunt that was the greatest witchhunt in american history we actually hunted for which is and we killed the people the women that we thought were that was a terrible witchhunt that was a terrible witchhunt the president said despite the phony witchhunt going on and by the way i'm reading this i'm just watching the numbers scroll over like at a gas station of likes and re tweets who are these people despite the phony witchhunt going on in america the economic and jobs numbers are great regulations way down jobs and enthusiasm way up and before that he tweeted the fake news media hates when i use what has turned out to be my very powerful social media over one hundred million people exclamation point i can go around them abbott you can't go around robert muller so so the least that's the status of that tweet incidentally about his use of social media wired magazine at wired dot com as the story today about the people and groups that the president has blocked on twitter so as he is communicating to the world there are some people who he has now specifically blocked and you get a notification if he has these are people that are not receiving.