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"mr axelrod" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Once. Great nina turner who is a candidate of the left and shantelle brown more monitored minor canon. Interestingly the congressional caucus has lined up behind brown yes so has jim clyburn nina to her credit or deficit depending on how you think. Not only a bernie person. I mean trotsky would say wow now that's progressive. I'm a little scared. And she was the big front runners. Yeah like a thirty point lead. Now it's like a three point race. I think brown's got upset there. Yeah you know. Interestingly she she was endorsed though by the cleveland plain dealer and others up on the basis of her stand on on for school reform other when she was a state senator. So that's an interesting to a spot that's going to be looked at it. Maybe more than it should. But that's going to be looked at for clues as to where the national party. Yeah it's going to be like the new york. City mayor's race may be a little bit over an lies but both. Afc and bernie are going and big and strong for turner. While james clyburn is going and big and strong for brown so both african american candidates. It's an african american majority district though. It doesn't include parts of shaker heights. Israel's become an issue because of controversial statements in the country steve. We should point out that new here. We had no no. Wasn't he great the other week. You're a great hack but anyways so this thing is and there's tremendous outside money running in Because it's going to send a big signal team bernie versus team biden. Even though by does not involve she was critic of in the primary will be keeping an eye on that stuff but we have clamoring for wisdom from our mailbag people. Now if you have a ruse have mellberg question or a comment or an insult or anything. You want to send us an email address. Hacks on tap at g mail dot com. It's true repair the big tech conspiracy here hacks on tap g mail dot com senator question it out and maybe read it on the air so question. Number one is for the esteemed. Mr axelrod comes from tyler so cool. They named a city in texas after him. Tyler rights acts given your vast experience in democratic politics names to left me but anyway centuries of experience in democratic politics. I'm curious why you think senator kirsten cinema tax so hard to the middle when her senate partner mark kelly does not while pulling their in arizona suggests. Kelly is more popular in the state. Even though he's taken numerous dances to cinemas left. Can you please explain all this. So tyler listen. Kirsten cinema loves to poke the left in the is she thinks it helps her a politically. She was very. She made a very flamboyant vote against raising the minimum wage Earlier this year that drove out or not she right in the middle of this Bipartisan infrastructure discussion. She's opposed to the filibuster change So abut to conclude that kelly is somehow a left Politicians is mistaken at misreads politics in arizona. If i was there during that campaign he ran a campaign that was decidedly Mired in tone. And i think he is moderate in in habit He ran a campaign about country over party. Stressed his military service You know there's no doubt he is solidly in progressive. But he is. He is pragmatic and You know. I think they're both it. Both of them recognized the state which is a swing state dominated by maricopa county which is largely a suburban County where with moderate voters And and you have to be able to appeal across party lines. So you know. I wouldn't separate one from the other The the difference is not that dramatic. He has a very moderate tone and style which is part of the package. Well a lifetime in the military the astronaut thing and so on yeah it's mccain. He's echoes of the senator. They all knew well. Jackie we have a tough question for you. But an important one from chris chris rights as someone who knows politics only from the outside. I of always wondered what makes one politician more powerful than another within their own party. Why pelosi mccarthy schumer and mcconnell have rank and others don't so leadership politics unwrapped that one. Well i know this will sound weird. But i love congressional leadership politics and when i first started covering congress in nineteen eighty four I i studied up on the history because past decades there had been some good ones that involve people like gerald ford who would later be president and in eighty six. there was a fabulous insider democratic leadership race that was just a real temp. And this is why. I love them. There were six candidates for this democrat house. Democratic leadership race in each of the candidates represented a not just a fraction of the house but a faction of the party rodley. And it told you where the party was in this late reagan administration period of our politics So come all the changes in our politics up to the president trump era of post trump era. The one thing that still pretty much the same our leadership politics in congress and that is an inside game. That's why you have somebody like mitch. Mcconnell in the senate mitch. Mcconnell could never win a national election i would say. But he's the perfect for your. It's the perfect you know Candidate for an insider congressional leadership race. He did from the time he came to congress. In nineteen eighty five to the senate is he steeped himself in insider senate business down to the little perks that senators get and he. That's why he's on the senate rules committee which determines things like that and he And that's why he carved out such a place for Opposing any Limits on campaign finance and that was his biggest issue and so and pelosi pelosi. Is i think perhaps the best speaker in. us history. But she could she too would. Never i don't think when a national election but she came up she came up through the ranks and she Cater to her members and to each faction of the party. She's yes she's a liberal from san francisco but her inside politics don't reflect that she is very supportive of her moderates and the people that are in vulnerable districts. And so that's all i'll say about that's how people and a bumbler like schumer again. Schumer would never win national election. But you know again i. That's gotta love. You gotta love these politics because it puts these people in positions of power. That are so that they can sit down with presidents of both parties and deal. Yeah it's the world's biggest high class president election with secret balance to which had another dole wants famously joke when he lost a committee vote. I don't know it lost it like you know twelve to six. I don't know. I had eighteen firm commitments election of politicians. All right last question. Got anything for me dr axelrod. This is simple question murphy. After listening to steve israel in recent podcast my question is best to contribute money to the d triple c the party fundraising organization congressional candidates to pick individual candidates to contribute to well. I'll tell you i might. I'm i'm getting an instant migraine. 'cause it's not my business normally to advise democratic donors but these are trying times so what i would do is use. That thing to kids love called the internet. I will check out. Larry sabbaticals crystal ball report. The cook political report which is excellent. Stu rothenberg some of the great handicappers and read up. 'cause they're only two dozen congressional races that normally count. They've all got websites. Put your money into into those places and give them hard dollars your money at the campaign committee. I but when in doubt you have a little extra find to give to the d. trip. There's kind of a layer of overhead but there the official committee can't go wrong giving to both due to work to pick a few races there also bundling organizations that do list but you you can do your own research. Have a little fun. We're at a time here. But a plug. I think for the great book right and we forgetting our plugs here. Was that your transition. Did i screw it up. No i wanna commend to everyone. Descent the radicalization. The republican party in its capture of the court. If you really want to know how we got here and jackie just the final word before we go. Have you been surprised by cavenaugh on the bench and What say you about the future. The court given the fact that the republican party been so successful. And populating it. I haven't really been surprised by him. He's been every bit as conservative as he'd given us reason to expect he would be but he's also A bit of a speaking of hacks his background is as something of a political hack and so he has shown along with the chief justice. John roberts a sort of sensitivity to the american mainstream that he does that ah by his some of his boats in his writings. Doesn't you know sides. With chief. Justice john roberts and sometimes amy coney barrett to to Not go as far as the bar right and that includes justices sam alito and neal gorsuch And clarence thomas would like to go. So i think it's because they're more of an instrumentalist but make no mistake. Cavenaugh wants to be in the end at the same place. That sam alito wants to be and So it's just a matter of time. And he also came out of politics in a way the others exact. That's why that's why. I with all fineness. Use the word..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up

You Can't Make This Up

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up

"Threat that it could be revoked at any moment. Imagine living with that kind of fear every day that you've you've now done the right thing you're out in the open but a new administration comment as we saw in threatened to take away to take away your legal status in the only place you've ever called home so yeah. There's a lot of that with with heather. I think she didn't think about it at first as you say it's different. She had status. She had a new identity a valid passport. She was able to get work to put her son in school. But then yes. Those years started taking away all of a sudden it became a very real threat and they went and tried to find the real donna eaten and of course they weren't able to and then it was. It was really this. Ticking clock of what we do when this expires. We have two options. One we go somewhere else. We have to restart a new life again somewhere else with a whole new identity. A whole new set of identities or we face the music and she looked at dylan and said it's not fair to him i can't he didn't even really realize that he was living a life as a fugitive. Obviously you know and so now all of a sudden have to tell your ten year old like we're changing your name. You can't tell anybody you can't talk to anybody who you've known your entire life anymore. We can't even visit hamster damn again. That's not a fair thing to put him through right right so i just can't imagine being in her situation having i'm a i'm a father naveh two year old and having to say goodbye to your son i mean i just i. I don't know if i could do. I don't think i'd have the strength. Oh absolutely not. And i think it shows a tremendous amount of fortitude that. She knew she had to and she did. So how about dylan. I was very surprised to see him. pop up in the film having the normal life that she kind of dreamed that he might be able to have if she turned herself in totally. Yeah he's actually. He graduated from college Right as we were starting this project. He's an edm artists while and he teaches he teaches music so he does these online classes and he has a pretty big following is youtube. Soundcloud have pretty big following so he sort of harvard. His on little niche in the world. And he's really well grounded kid. And i really enjoyed getting to meet and talk dylan. And they have a great relationship in every time. I'm with heather texting all day. The very close. I'm so glad to hear that. I mean it's one of those things where you just want to know that after you watch a story like this and you very often can't so it's a joy to be able to talk to you and ask you that question to find out that that's the case As a parent of kids that age myself I was really hoping that they'd been able to continue to have a relationship afterward. I'm curious a little bit about the legal process when she came back so her lawyer. Basically i don't want to say smuggled her into the country but encouraged her to come on these with this fake passport and she talks about the acting jobs. She did at the airport pretending that she was going to see oasis. Which is a really funny detail if you were alive during the oasis era. But yes was she. They basically talked to the media. They sort of like made it very public that she was turning with the idea that that would help her. You had a relationship with him as you said. Does he feel like he handled that well. In in. in retrospect yeah. He's really proud of the outcome of the case. And now isn't he's very open about it. That was all strategy because it was a high profile case about. Perception could have an impact on her sentencing. He wanted her to be a sympathetic figure. I in many ways she is. I mean it wasn't a huge stretch. He had to fabricate the story. I mean you know the story that he told his generally the same story that were telling you know and He wanted her to sort of get the credit of turning herself in place that the crime was committed if she had gotten caught up in an airport interpol and had to go through an extradition process and she was caught as opposed to turning herself end. It could have affected her sentencing in a big way. So yeah it was very much part of his strategy. And there's even more to it that we didn't have time to get into. He hired Psychologists as an expert witness to really talk about the dynamics of the relationship between she and roberto talk about that. I'd love to hear more about that Yeah i mean just the effects of the hypnosis and the psychological manipulation the fact that she you wasn't fully acting under her own agency of course he wasn't kidnapping wasn't making her do anything but she was manipulated in a big way. She was in a very fragile place in her life. Obviously go into a lot of that back story and there's even more that we don't talk about you know when she was sixteen her father actually split up with cindy for a while the woman who was in many ways abusive to heather they split up and then they got back together and that was really painful for heather. She was sixteen years old. Her dad gets back with her abuser. And she said i. I can't i can't be around anymore. And she laughed. She went across the country and found her real mom in san francisco and her mom was that point was struggling with her own addictions you know. She just can't win. she can't find peace. she can't find that comfort. She talked about this in the interview that she would. Her mom was helping her skip school to do cocaine and smoke weed at sixteen seventeen years old and then of course. She ends up trapped in in her own cycle of addiction. I think that was a lot of what mr axelrod wanted to unpack know. All of the circumstances that led to this moment it wasn't just you know your average person you know wanting to rip off the local casino. You know there. There's a lot to consider here. And so i think he was really smart to talk about that and ultimately given that she was looking over twenty five years the fact that he got most of those charges thrown out and that she only got five. I think was something he was ultimately really proud of. I mean i look at the relationship itself to me from the outside. It looks like trafficking. I mean he groomed her. He coerced her into doing something a legal. He basically controlled where she was going to be made her stay in a hotel room while he brought another woman in and then flew off to saint martin with that woman he had all the held all the cards because he had all the money and she said a bunch of times. There was no way to say no to him. I mean he was older. He was very experienced very manipulative. It makes me think. Of course like an post jeffrey epstein world like. That's what this looks like to me. And i think it's kind of great that the lawyer sought through that frame even if she hadn't had a difficult childhood to me. That is what was happening to her. Does that make sense totally. I love the show. Sparks this conversation right because it is everything that you're saying is true. That's a. I don't think there would use the word trafficking. I don't think she would say she was trafficked. I think that she felt that she could have left at any time. But that's i think part of what you're saying part of that psychological manipulation and where would she have gone when she left ultimately she did and he didn't you know look she didn't have to sneak out in the data of night you know. She knew she was leaving. He was at peace with it. There wasn't a struggle there. There wasn't violence there. Even if the threat of violence was there she ultimately did feel comfortable enough that she could walk away with with their son. But yes. I don't know i mean it. It becomes a a gray area there. But everything you're saying is true. I mean she was coerced. She she there was the threat of violence. She did feel trapped for so much that she felt like she couldn't leave that hotel room She felt like she had to do everything he said the way he said it. So absolutely those themes are there in this series. The crime is referred to more than once as the perfect crime was sort of a cliche expression. But in this case. I think they're referring to the fact that they couldn't solve it right but you basically.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Isn't this terrible? What what's happened and that that everybody is going to fall in line and they're going to get 90%. You know, they really need to understand the economic issues that will just outline that every location in the country. The economic issues for Hispanic voters are different and you're going to see these results. Conversation with former Senator Heidi Heitkamp and former congressman Will Hurd. By the way, you've got to actually get out of campaign. You can't see it. You can't chill in your house, you know, and and it's by zoom, and that's another thing. They learnt that Democrats learned in Georgia eyes that Stacey Abrams said, Guys, Yeah, I gotta go knock on some doors this time and this next mother to have rather than just texting everybody. And so that was that was another. That was another factor. Lazy politicians are taking a beating here. Thanks, Jessica. Thank you. Han knew a step up. Yep. Senator Heitkamp represented. Heard Mr Axelrod. Thank you for your time. I'm a Han. I'm a first year at the College University of Chicago. And so my question is represented her touched on the polarizing effect of primaries where candidates are incentivized to push more right? Cool in their policies and the rhetoric to distinguish themselves from their base. In the 2020 Democratic primary candidates like Andrew Yang and Tulsi Gabbert managed to garner significant crossover support from Republicans. But the primary process essentially doomed their chances. So how could the primary process on either in the case of the other party be changed to actually incentivize Cross party cooperation? Oh, hey, yeah, Campaigns are real simple. I do your voters turned them out, okay? And And? And so so that is the responsibility of the campaign in the organization or to do that, And and so you know, if if you can't get a if you can't get someone you know, in an open close primary, if if your message is not powerful enough to get that person to be like, Hey, I'm gonna do something different. Right, then your messages and power isn't powerful enough. In Texas. We have open primaries and and so the you gotta idea those voters and turn them out. And guess what Social Media and cable news is not the only indicator of somebody's success. And so I think I think in this day and age, it's the one thing we can monitor and we use that as a show of strength. It doesn't always translate into into electoral success. And and so you know, structurally. Yeah, I would. If I had a magic one. The way I would fix things is to make all district's competitive just on the house Senate is different causes the entire state but make all seats, you know, plus or minus six in any in any plus six r, Plus 60, you know no more than that, because that basically makes it unstoppable. That was that. With choir that would require state legislatures to act in ways that they may not feel is in their suckers. No, they're not gonna do it. You know, Democrats that are in power don't want to change it, and Republicans are empowered. Don't want to change it. So that's what I said, was a magic wand. The E. I think there's there's just one phenomenon, though, here is that Primaries like California, where everybody's in the primary, and then you take the top two. That may be a reform that you want to look at, if you're looking at, but otherwise, people who are identified as Democrats are going to pick their Democratic candidates. There's more to be said about this bat one and move on. Because I I cheated the second Justin out of his turn that I'll ever get him back. Justin Justin from Nebraska. Where are you? The Cornhusker? That's right. We have just a few. You were national championships in the Alabama folks, But they're a little more more distant history. I'll ask my country really quick. Thank you. I was just in a senior studying economics on I'm associated with the eyes Executive council. My question is basically I was disappointed with the Republican Party. Before has two months on now, I'm just staring over what to do some smoke smart folks that respect and give it up. Just the mosh joined the Libertarian Party. And so specifically, my question for for representative heard, it's just what would you advise the young folks who don't like the direction of the Republican Party? What would you advise us to do? Should we stay in the party? Should we leave the party on? What do your thoughts about how we kind of move forward from here? One thing's for the question. And thanks for being honest, right and and shame on all those that I've let you down and my my point is staying the party help perform it right. You know these? These are not, um yes, Donald Trump was the titular head, and he still probably has the greatest influence in the party right now, But he's not the only one. And if we don't stay and fight and try to reform it, then it's gonna have it's gonna be a problem for the country. Everybody should care about having two strong parties. Because the problem we are facing a generational defining struggle with the the government of China. This this this this new Cold War and a raised on who is going to achieve global supremacy in advanced technology is going to find our economy is going to find the global economy. We are in this war right now, and the only way we're going to solve this problem is if we actually talk about these issues in a bipartisan way and try to solve problems again. There and and so we needed Sean Republican Party. We need a strong Democratic party and we need young folks like you and your friends that are willing to dig in. So do some face the people that you actually believe in continue to support them. Reward them. Help them out. Right. There is some good folks that that is still 20 way. Peter Mayer in Michigan who replaced it. The boy just in a marsh right now. Just Justin Justin's a friend of mine. I don't know it. You know, I think he's always been a libertarian, right? I just think he finally He just finally confirmed. That s O. So you got just in the marsh. You have Adam Kinzinger, Who's sitting a ballot out my homegirl. Liz Cheney s Oh, there's a lot of us that are trying to trying to reform the party and help those people out because we need we need people like you. Thank you. Just in. The last question will be from Julianna Rossi, who's a third year student at the University of Chicago by I'm Giuliana. I'm a third year and I'm currently in Los Angeles. So one thing that I've heard a lot about is people talking about the empathy gap between the parties. So what do you say to Americans who don't actually know how to talk to each other on big issues that need to be solved like Cove?.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"If you're not knocking the door and actually asking and respecting the answer that you get, and I think Democrats have right a wrong have a reputation for disrespecting people. When I started out politics, my base were elderly and working people. That's exactly who's not voting for Democrats today. Yeah, you know, we should say just to augment your point. We have this bridging the divide program at the Institute of Politics. We just had a first day of this 2021 session. Today. We bring students together from Eureka College Dad. State from a Rube, a college in Chicago and the University of Chicago. And one of the things we do is we do focus groups in both places so they could hear how voters speak and the Chicago group was this morning, and when they were asked, Why do so many people in downstate Illinois? His support Donald Trump? You know the answers were racism. Way supremacy. They're ignorant. They're vulnerable. They're small. They're attention. Seekers and poor There was no there was no, there was no offsetting kind of. Yeah, I kind of get why that could happen or and I just want to say to be fair. I know from experience because we do this every year. That when we get down to central Illinois, and we have our focus group there, we're gonna hear a lot of character a lot of ugly caricatures that they're headed back the other way. And so this kind of personal sort of caricaturing of people as part of this political storytelling that has been weaponized has also driven us apart. But part of it is attitude. No And you know, Biden said in his inauguration speech. We've gotta learn toe. Tonto put ourselves in other people's shoes that and that is not just a cliche. That is a necessity. There has to be a willingness to listen. Well, what if I said your face? It's the fundamental of every religion in America Exactly. Yeah, Yeah, even and maybe beyond American will, uh, you you had a mess you you were. You were talking before about what you think the Republican Party needs to do. I think there is a prevailing view among people who are not in your wing of the Republican Party that you know that if The Republican Party could just dominate those areas of the country. Where that air democratically friendly, you know, the upper Midwest. Uh, parts of the South. Uh, you know that they could put together with you know, Texas with Florida. Now, you could speak to Texas that that that you can make it maintain, you know, some foothold or some power parties lost the popular vote in the country. Seven of the last eight elections and the demographics of changing So what? What? What is the proper direction of the Republican Party? In the context of what we're talking about here about a greater sense of fellowship and comedy and I didn't identification with each other instead of division. If you want to keep the Republican Party narrow that's going on. Lee be successful for short period of time because of the demographics and we have an opportunity. The fact that Donald Trump lost as large vials large a margin as you did yet Speaker Pelosi didn't pick up any seeds is a sign that there's an opportunity for us and and it starts with some very basic things. Don't Be a jerk. Don't be a misogynous. Don't be racist. Don't be a homophobe, right? Like some of those very, very simple things, but also take a message to somebody right? I'm a black Republican that represent a 71% Latino district that nobody thought that I should have won or ever was going to get re elected. And how'd I do it? Because I don't care what community you come from. You care about three things You want to put food on your table a roof over your head and make sure the people you love are are healthy and happy. So talk about those issues, right? Be a party that's actually based on values and and explain those values and translate that into into policy. There was an old saying back in the day. That good policy is good politics my way don't do that anymore, and and I think part of the problem is you need elected officials that's not talking. To the professional political class or the political industrial cartel. Sorry, Sorry. Acts that are that drive some of these narratives, right? It Z like you know you have you had these political consultants that want to run the same election in 20 different different places and have the same message. And guess what. Primaries? Lot of many people vote in primaries. The average across the country's about 42,000 people right in some, it's even as low as 25,000. And then when you look at the people that actually vote in general election that Delta is pretty significant, so so stop being lazy and talked to a water, a broader swath of people, and if we do it based on our values, we have a chance to win. Imagine If Republicans were seeing in this 2020 election as taking Covic, seriously imagine what our victories would look like that we would have. We would have picked up more seeds, and and so we, we, actually, despite all the craziness, that's fight this. This this this these these far right nuts in the party, we still have an opportunity to pick up seats. That's going to cause us to change change our narrative narrative. And at the end of the day, do the things that we thought we were taught as a kid, right? Treat people with respect, love thy neighbor like that sells, right. Be honest. You can't say something nice. Don't say anything at all. If we will remember over a kindergarten teachings way was thought to be a lot more successful. That is probably good advice for both parties, to be honest with you, but, uh, let me just say if we were gonna go to question so I'm not gonna ask you. For comments on this David Axelrod. We should not let ourselves as voters and citizens off the hook. You know, there's a lot of blade for politicians and and justifiably so. But it's also true that we have responsibilities, responsibilities to not to believe everything that we hear responsibilities to try and put ourselves in other people's shoes, you know, respond yet responsibilities to stand up for people who are willing to be reasonable who are willing to reach across party lines. A lot of the reason that we have a situation we have. It's because party primaries were dominated by by, you know based Court Corps base voters. On Ah, lot of people who say they want something else don't participate in in in primaries, and then you know, there's the paradox in Poland, where people say I really want to politicians in Washington to get along and I want him to compromise. But then when you did it again, they just don't want him to compromise on the things that they don't want him to compromise on. So you know, they want compromise. As long as they don't compromise anything I care about. On that, you know, so there's some responsibility for voters as well. So let's let's go toe. Let's go toe questions, and we're going to start with Eva, who is a high school student and her questions for Senator high pair. I think you're a mute. Hi, my name's Ava and like Mr Axelrod said This is directed at Senator Heitkamp specifically. And, of course, open to anyone. A to very beginning of this fashion. You stated that the GOP is still the party of Trump, and you expressed pessimism regarding the current state of political discourse. Do you believe that another party will splinter off of the GOP either pro or anti Trump? Or do you for see the GOP sticking together as a party behind one of those factions? Thank you. You know, there's a lot of people who think that there's going to be a new middle of the road party and I think if they thought they could entice somebody like me to join them, I think they would feel you know some some more conservative Democrats and form a center. Center right or center Left party. I think it's really, really hard to think about winning electoral races by splintering the current party. And so even though you've got the Republicans against Trump You've got Lincoln Project. You've got all these groups that were very engaged against Trump, and now they're engaged against them. You know, people who are complicity in things like Marjorie Taylor Greene. I don't really see on effective third party movement yet in this country, and so I think that the Republican Party is going to have to sort it out..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Now, the issue going on right now about, you know, firing Mark, Esther Esper and Joe Kernan and and the senior leadership within the Department of Defense. The issue there, of course, is you know is about this transition. Yeah. So I was telling somebody the other day when I was the commander of the Joint Special Operations Force in Iraq on I don't know the exact days, but but, you know, I would have to brief President Bush on the missions. We were getting ready to do that. We're outside Iraq and Afghanistan and there are a lot of those And I remember one day I am I am briefing from a lack to the situation room there in the White House and its President Bush, and it's his team. And then several days later, you know, I turn on the video teleconference and up Pops, a new president and a new team. With the exception of Bob Gates. That is the way a transition is supposed to work. I again but days that separated my my brief the Bush and Obama. I don't know the exactly the exact time frame but it wasn't very far apart. And the reason the Obama administration was able to come in and get up to speed very quickly is because President Bush had given President Obama and his team a great transition, a great turn over You really have to have that if you're going to be, you know, focused on national security, So I think the concern I'm seeing from you know, some of my colleagues now is, by kind of beheading the senior leadership of the military and putting in folks that are certainly in my opinion, not qualified to do the job at this point, Not necessarily all of the bad guys. But but certainly I would say, not fully qualified to do the job. That's just gonna make it tough. And if we if we're not allowing the president elect in his team to do the transition, it puts us a greater risk. Retired Admiral William McRaven, former commander U. S Special Operations command. Agree. Let's let's go to some questions from students. Uh on Let's start with Seth Uh, a veteran scholar sergeant in the Marine Corps class of 2024 7. Are you here? I am here. Thank you. Good afternoon, sir. Like Mr Axelrod, seven minutes, Chef. I'm one of those student veterans here on campus. I'm currently in Hyde Park right now, When I was a Marine, I'd the commandant's reading list to kind of look to guide me when it comes to finding the right books to be reading, And I'm curious what books you would suggest. For young leaders like me to run the horizon on American history and leadership in general, great questions, So thanks. You know the books that I'll put him into a couple of categories. You know, there's a fiction book out there called once an eagle and it is a very long bye bye. Anton Meyer kind of a classic book for most of the West pointers. It's a great novel about a leader that starts off as a young enlisted troops in World War One goes the World War. Two and then something that kind of his similar to Vietnam. But it is. It is also this remarkable novel about leadership in the contrast between his style of leadership, which is exemplary and then kind of a careerist who is a good leader, a good combat leader, but not good at taking care of the men and women under his command, so that from a novel standpoint is good. One of my favorite books, although is all quiet on the Western front. Your small book, and the reason I like all quiet on the Western front is it is about a German soldier on the Western front during World War one. Why is that important? Because, Seth, if you read that book, and you put your name in for his name, you would have the exact same experiences. I mean, you would recognize everything this German soldiers going through. And why is that important? Because sometimes you have to recognize that the enemy you can't always de humanize the enemy. They are people, too, And you have to recognize their motivated in ways that might be similar to how you're motivated. So I kind of think of those two books. But of course, you can see the library behind me. I would say 100 of the 1000 or so bucks behind me are on everything from military strategy. Tonto Special operations. You can't go wrong with clouds, which is on war on understanding the great strategists out there as well. I do. Hey, and Mahan and and others like that said Thanks for your service. And for your question, Let me just say, Don't forget to make your bed little things that can change your life and maybe the world and See story is my life and special operations to great books. Honestly, we do wonderful podcast together, so I had to bone up for those, and I so enjoyed both of them, and I highly recommend it lot of leadership lessons. In both those bus. Let's see, we have Robert class of 2023 Robert, where I could think of no greater than Charlotte means. I'm currently the second year in the college and I'm spending the quarter in Hyde Park, and I'm enrolled in Air Force G C D elements of technology and that question has to do it. Is there any advice you would give for people in our agency or people considering joining the military after college that want to make a career out of it? Well, I also went through the ROTC program with the Naval ROTC at the University of Texas and my son went through Air Force ROTC at Clemson s O. The ROTC program is phenomenal, because course you get the opportunity to get a good military education as well as a more liberal education at the school. You're going through. One thing I would want offer you when you get in ROTC is it's important always in any organization to learn the basics, and that's what RTC does for you. Yeah, little things like, you know, Learn how to salute Learned how to wear your uniform learned the ranks. You can't be a good leader unless you understand the basics of whatever organization you're going into first. So you're ROTC time will give you that opportunity. It will probably also give you the opportunity to travel a little bit. Take the time to talk to the enlisted men and women in the ROTC unit take the time to talk to the officers learn about their careers. And take those four years as you would in any college to absorb as much about the organization as you can. That way. When you become a second lieutenant, you'll be prepared to go out and do your job. Thanks, Robert. And Best of luck to you, Kevin, A graduate student at the Gram school. Biomedical, uh, in ferment, infra Matics on a army veteran who served in Iraq. Kevin, where are you? Here you are. You're muted there, Kevin. Thank you for taking the time and I really appreciate it. My question is, how can we all help repair America's reputation post 45 also, how do we communicate with people that refuse or unable to believe or understand the truth? Yeah. Great questions. Well, one, I think internationally, uh, on January 20th 12 whole one. We're going to find that Ah, lot of the problems we've had internationally will quickly become resolved. People, you know from NATO, the ASEAN nations, the Africa they want American leadership. They are begging for American leadership on so as soon as President Biden comes in you he is not a a nice elation list. He is going to value the relationships we have with NATO. He is going to value our relationships with our allies and partners, and they will recognize that on day one. So, uh, that's not to say that we don't have some bridges. We need to rebuild a little bit, but I think instead of having to rebuild the bridge all in one direction, we're gonna find people come into the middle because they want us to, uh, to be part of their international security around in terms of kind of how do you deal with the with friends and family, which I have a lot of That aren't necessarily supportive of my political position. You have to listen. And you have to not be too righteous. You know, it is easy. Sometimes to think that my goodness, why don't they understand? Why can't they see.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Am here. Thank you. Good afternoon, sir. Like Mr Axelrod, 17 and Steph. I'm one of those student veterans here on campus. I'm currently in Hyde Park right now, when I was a Marine I the commandant's reading list to kind of look to the guide me when it comes to finding the right books to be reading, And I'm curious what books you would suggest. For young leaders like me to broaden my horizon on American history and leadership. In general, they're great questions. So thanks. You know the books that I'll put him into a couple of categories. You know, there's a fiction book out there called once an eagle and it is a very long bye bye. Anton Meyer kind of a classic book for most of the West pointers. It's a great novel about a leader that starts off as a young enlisted troops in World War One goes the World War. Two and then something that kind of is similar to Vietnam. But it is. It is also this remarkable novel about leadership in the contrast between his style of leadership, which is exemplary and then kind of a careerist who is a good leader, a good combat leader, but not good at taking care of the men and women under his command, so that from a novel standpoint is good. One of my favorite books, although is all quiet on the Western front. Your small book, and the reason I like all quiet on the Western front is it is about a German soldier on the Western front during World War one. Why is that important? Because, Seth, if you read that book, and you put your name in for his name, you would have the exact same experiences. I mean, you would recognize everything this German soldiers going through. And why is that important? Because sometimes you have to recognize that the enemy you can't always de humanize the enemy. They are people, too, and you have to recognize their motivated in ways that might be similar to how you're motivated. So I kind of think of those two books. But of course, you can see the library behind me. I would say 800 of the 1000 or so bucks behind me are on everything from military strategy. Tonto Special operations. You can't go wrong with clouds, which is on war on understanding the great strategists out there as well. I do Hey and Mahan and and others like that. Set. Thanks for your service. And for your question, Let me just say, Don't forget to make your bed little things that can change your life and maybe the world and see stories, my life and special operations to great books. Honestly, we do wonderful podcast together, so I had to Bone up for those, and I so enjoyed both of them. And I highly recommend it lot of leadership lessons in both those bus. Let's see, we have Robert class of 2023. Robert, Where are you? Good thing. I'm a great them Financial ravines. I'm currently the second year in the college and I'm spending the quarter in Hyde Park and I'm enrolled in Air Force ROTC at the Illinois state technology, and my question has to do Is there any advice you would give for people in ROTC or people considering joining the military after college that want to make a career out of it? Well, I also went through the ROTC program. I went to a naval ROTC at the University of Texas and my son went through Air Force ROTC at Clemson s O. The ROTC program is phenomenal, because course you get the opportunity to get a good military education as well as a more liberal education at the school. You're going through the one thing I would want offer you when you get in or if you see is It's important always in any organization to learn the basics, and that's what RTC does for you. Yeah, little things like, you know, learn how to salute. Learn how to wear your uniform learned the ranks. You can't be a good leader unless you understand the basics of whatever organization you're going into first. So you're ROTC time will give you that opportunity. It will probably also give you the opportunity to travel a little bit. Take the time to talk to the enlisted men and women in the ROTC unit. Take the time to talk to the officers learn about their careers and take those four years as you would in any college to absorb as much about the organization as you can. That way. When you become a second lieutenant, you'll be prepared to go out and Do your job. Thanks, Robert. And Best of luck to you, Kevin, A graduate student at the gram school. Biomedical, uh, in ferment. In dramatics on a army veteran who served in Iraq. Kevin, Where are you hearing? Uh, you're muted there, Kevin. Uh, thank you for taking the time Admiral really appreciate it. Um, my question is, How can we all help repair America's reputation post 45. Also, how do we communicate with people that refuse or unable to believe or understand the truth? Great questions. Well, one I think, internationally, uh, on January 20th 12 whole one. We're going to find that. Ah, lot of the problems we've had internationally will quickly become resolved. People, you know, from NATO to the Assad nations to Africa. They want American leadership. They are begging for American leadership on so as soon as President Biden comes in, Yeah. He is not a a nice elation list. He is going to value the relationships we have with NATO. He is going to value our relationships with our allies and partners, and they will recognize that on day one. So that's not to say that we don't have some bridges. We need to rebuild a little bit, but I think instead of having to rebuild the bridge, all in one direction We're going to find people come into the middle because they want us to be part of their international security around in terms of how do you deal with with friends and family, which I have a lot of the dark, necessarily supportive of my political position. You have to listen. And you have to not be too righteous. You know, it is easy. Sometimes to think that my goodness, Why don't they understand? Why can't they see what I see? Well, I would say you might wanna check your pride at the door a little bit. Check your sense of righteousness just a little bit and listen and that may not swim, and it probably won't sway you, but I think they will be a lot more receptive if they think you're prepared to listen to him and be thoughtful about their positions. And then maybe you could begin to build. You know, Bridges a little bit easier. But if you come in and you are hard on, you already got your armor on. You're ready to go for a fight. That's not gonna help anybody. And I don't think you'll get much traction with that Ed room will quit McRaven yesterday, fielding questions from students. The University of Chicago part of the Institute of Politics, moderator is David Axelrod. Thank you, Kevin. Admiral. Let me follow up on these questions and you speak about what will happen the day That President Biden takes the oath of office in terms of how the world views us and how we view the world. What about yourself? Would you consider playing the role in a in some form or fashion in the next administration? You know, David, I've always said that I'm not into politics. But like you are like policy on if the opportunity Tonto work in a policy environment to provide policy guidance were Noble..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's a It's a spam software update. I can't do without this. Hang on. Just think I did. I quit everything. Just run the update, will you? That's what I was doing here, okay? David Axelrod, who Was part of the cool From the Obama administration and vital part of the coup that operated for four years and still is in my estimation. Trying to get rid Of the president. Tweeted and I I referenced this mere moments ago. If the president is taking a steroid, this is Dex, a methadone. That sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the vice president under the 25th amendment. See how this all works is all done in coordination with the media. I just I just watched a little bit of CNN during the top of the hour break, and they got Jim Jim Acosta. And you would think there might be Just a twinge. Of compassion for Kayleigh mcenany. You might think But you would be deadly wrong. There's nothing but long knives, hatred. Jim Acosta. He He's out there, saying that she is the spokesperson for the United States of America. That's how you have to see her. She's a spokesperson for the president. That makes her the spokesperson for the United States, and she has been putting people's lives at risk. By not wearing the mask. And by not taking other precautions. People have come in contact with other journalists and supper and she has been putting their lives at risk. And then he went on to describe how they Communications office in the West Wing is deserted because everybody in there has been sent home because they've either got it or they don't want him to get it. Meaning covert 19. I mean that the hatred and the viciousness. You don't want I don't understand, folks that I really don't understand this and I I'm I don't think I ever will under. I do not understand how the undisguised Here mean spiritedness? Of the mainstream media the past four years is not seen for what it is, by average, ordinary Americans who consume that crap. I'II watch it or read it. I will never understand this. You know my entire career. For 32 years plus I've been told you've got to be really careful. Rush. You've got to be very careful of sending. You know one people hate you. You know what people will misunderstand apparently being hated. Is something very easy for us conservatives to do and we have to make sure we have to go the extra mile to make sure that what we do is not seen. As bigotry and hatred and racism and homophobia, an anti women anti black and type, but these people These people can amplify they can brag about they can exude full of fledged hatred. As the normal order of their day. And nobody calls them on it. Nobody describes it that way. It is. It is extremely frustrating. I'm sure you'd have to agree. These people never get called on it. And it never seems I never run into anybody who watches the drive by media. Whoever concludes man, These people are filled with hatred. Now I see the poles and I see the stories that they're the least respected business on Earth. I see that But people still watch it, even though they say they don't The unmistakable hatred and it isn't just for trump. It's for all of us. Their hatred for you. The hatred for me you are Deplorables. I am who I am. Sean Hannity is who he is all of us conservatives. Are to one extent or another hate mongers were racist. We're bigots were none of the sort they are. They are the exact same things. They accuse us of being. They put it on display, and they don't even hide it. What the abject hatred that these people Exhibit a And engage in in the normal coast, of course, their jobs how it is not seen. Now, the people that watch CNN Maybe they dio I don't. Maybe this is why CNN's ratings are as low as they are. I don't know. Even if people see them that way. CNN isn't doesn't care. They're not altering her changing the way they go about it. The way they do business. It's just In fact, it's it's it's getting worse. But to me and I know this is so unrealistic, but it just I'm going to say it anyway. To me. If if you watch the mainstream, even you watch all of the undisguised Hatred for Donald Trump is not just a reporter's. It's every guest they get. Every person they get to talk about Donald Trump or his administration was accomplishments. It's nothing but raw hatred. It just amazes me that does not convince more people. To support him or to oppose what CNN supposedly stands for. Like backto Axelrod. If the president is taking a steroid back to decks, a method zone here. If the president's taking a steroid that sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the VP under the 25th amendment, Mr Axelrod, could we get a list of the medications your client's taking? Joe Biden. So we get a list of the meds This guy is on He's suffering from a stage or two of dementia. But we're not told what meds he's taking. They put another lid on the campaign at nine or so this morning. So Biden is nowhere to be seen. There is no contact with Biden. You realize that Donald Trump with the covert virus is more active and more engaging with the American people than Joe Biden is who does not have the Koven 19 virus. Stop and think of that. Oh, no, no, I'm dead. Serious. I for my whole career. I have been told. You gotta watch it Rush. You're going to be very careful. You cannot. You cannot make people think you hate because it's already already got two strikes against you. You're a concert, and I never do. I don't hate anybody or anything, and I have never never Or traded. And yet I come in here every day with two strikes against me. The drive by media, the left says. That's my normal state. Where is it is theirs..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"L rush moment. The IBM that got us. Hang on to it just like that. Folks have gotta update some software on my massive mail program. It's a it's a spam. Software update. I can't do without this. So hang on just saying I did. I quit everything. Just run the update, Will you? That's what I was doing here. Okay? David Axelrod, who Was part of the cool The Obama administration and biting older part of the coup that operated for four years and still is in my estimation. Trying to get rid Of the president. Tweeted and I I referenced this mere moments ago. If the president is taking a steroid, this is Dex and methadone. That sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the vice president under the 25th amendment. See how this all works. This is all done in coordination with the media. I just I just watched a little bit of CNN during the top of the hour break, and they got Jim Jim Acosta. And you, you would think there might be Just a twinge. Of compassion for Kayleigh mcenany. You might think But you would be deadly wrong. There's nothing but long knives, hatred. Jim Acosta. He He's out there, saying that she is the spokesperson for the United States of America. That's how you have this here. She's a spokesperson for the president. That makes her the spokesperson for the United States, and she has been putting people's lives at risk. By not wearing the mask. And by not taking other precautions. People have come in contact with other journalists and supper and she has been putting their lives at risk. And then he went on to describe how the communications office in the West Wing is deserted because everybody in there has been sent home because they've either got it or they don't want him to get it. Meaning covert 19. I mean that the hatred and the viciousness. You know what? I don't understand, folks that I really don't understand this and I I'm I don't think I ever will under. I do not understand how the undisguised Here mean spiritedness? Of the mainstream media. The past four years is not seen for what it is by every Jordon ery Americans who consume that crap. I'II watch it or read it. I will never understand this. You know my entire career. For 32 years plus I've been told you've got to be really careful. Rush. You've got to be very careful of sending. You know one people hate you. You know what people will misunderstand apparently being hated. Is something very easy for us conservatives to do and we have to make sure we have to go the extra mile to make sure that what we do is not seen. As bigotry and hatred and racism and homophobia and anti women anti black and type, But these people These people can amplify they can brag about. They can exude full fledged hatred as the normal order of their day. And nobody calls them on it. Nobody describes it that way. It is. It is extremely frustrating. I'm sure you'd have to agree. These people never get called on it. And it never seems I never run into anybody who watches the drive by media. Whoever concludes man, These people are filled with hatred. Now I see the poles and I see the stories that they're the least respected business on Earth. I see that But people still watch it, even though they say they don't The unmistakable hatred and it isn't just for trump. It's for all of us. They hatred for you. The hatred for me you are deplorables. I am who I am. Sean Hannity is who he is. All of us. Conservatives are to one extent or another hate mongers were Racists were bigots were none of the sort they are. They are the exact same things. They accuse us of being. They put it on display, and they don't even hide it. What the abject hatred that these people Exhibit a And engage in in the normal coast, of course, their jobs how it is not seen. Have the people that watch CNN. Maybe they dio I don't. Maybe this is why CNN's ratings are as low as they are. I don't know. Even if people see them that way. CNN isn't doesn't care. They're not altering her changing the way they go about it. The way they do business. It's just In fact, it's it's it's getting worse. But To me, and I know this is so unrealistic, but it just I'm going to say it anyway. To me. If if you watch the mainstream, even you watch all of the undisguised Hatred for Donald Trump is not just a reporter's. It's every guest they get. Every person they get to talk about Donald Trump or his administration was accomplishments. It's nothing but raw hatred. It just amazes me that does not convince more people. To support him or to oppose what CNN supposedly stands for. Like backto Axelrod. If the president is taking a steroid is back to Dexter Method Zone here. If the president's taking a steroid that sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the VP under the 25th amendment, Mr Axelrod, could we get a list of the medications your client's taking? Joe Biden. So we get a list of the meds This guy is on He's suffering from a stage or two of dementia. But we're not told what meds he's taking. They put another lid on the campaign at nine or so this morning. So Biden is nowhere to be seen. There is no contact with Biden. You realize that Donald Trump with the covert virus is more active and more engaging with the American people than Joe Biden is who does not have the Koven 19 virus. Just stop and think of that. Oh, no, no, I'm dead..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It is the award winning thrill packed, ever exciting, increasingly popular and growing by leaps and bounds, according to our latest computer model projections, Rush Limbaugh program. And he II be network telephone number of you like to be on the program 800 to 822882 of the email address. L rush ball on the I beam that got us. Hang on. Just second. Folks have gotta update some software on my massive mail program. It's a It's a spam software update. I can't do without this. So hang on just saying I did I quit everything. Just run the update, Will you? That's what I was doing here. Okay? David Axelrod, who Was part of the cool From the Obama administration and vital part of the coup that operated for four years and still is in my estimation. Trying to get rid Of the president. Tweeted and I I referenced this mere moments ago. If the president is taking a steroid, this is Dex and methadone. That sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the vice president under the 25th amendment. See how this all works. This is all done in coordination with the media. I just I just watched a little bit of CNN during the top of the hour break, and they got Jim Jim Acosta. And you would think there might be Just a twinge. Of compassion for Kayleigh mcenany. You might think But you would be deadly wrong. There's nothing but long knives, hatred. Jim Acosta. He He's out there, saying that she is the spokesperson for the United States of America. That's how you have to see her. She's a spokesperson for the president. That makes her the spokesperson for the United States, and she has been putting people's lives at risk. By not wearing the mask. And by not taking other precautions. People have come in contact with other journalists and supper and she has been putting their lives at risk. And then he went on to describe how the communications office in the West Wing is deserted because everybody in there has been sent home because they need her. Got it or they don't want him to get it. Meaning covert 19. I mean that the hatred and the viciousness. You don't want I don't understand, folks that I really don't understand this and I I'm I don't think I ever will under. I do not understand how the undisguised Here mean spiritedness? Of the mainstream media. The past four years is not seen for what it is by every Jordon ery Americans who consume that crap. I'II watch it or read it. I will never understand this. You know my entire career. For 32 years plus I've been told you've got to be really careful. Rush. You've got to be very careful. I tell you, No one people hate you. You don't want people misunderstand apparently being hated. Is something very easy for us conservatives to do and we have to make sure we have to go the extra mile to make sure that what we do is not seen. As bigotry and hatred and racism and homophobia and anti women anti black and type, But these people These people can amplify they can brag about. They can exude full of fledged hatred as the normal order of their day. And nobody calls them on it. Nobody describes it that way. It is. It is extremely frustrating. I'm sure you'd have to agree. These people never get called on it. And it never seems I never run into anybody who watches the drive by media. Whoever concludes man, These people are filled with hatred. Now I see the poles and I see the stories that they're the least respected business on Earth. I see that But people still watch it, even though they say they don't The unmistakable hatred and it isn't just for trump. It's for all of us. Their hatred for you. The hatred for me you are deplorables. I am who I am. Sean Hannity is who he is. All of us Conservatives are to one extent or another hate mongers were racist. We're bigots were none of the sort they are. They are the exact same things. They accuse us of being. They put it on display, and they don't even hide it. What the abject hatred that these people Exhibit a And engage in in the normal coast, of course, their jobs how it is not seen. How the people that watch CNN. Maybe they dio I don't. Maybe this is why CNN's ratings are as low as they are. I don't know. Even if people see them that way. CNN isn't doesn't care. They're not altering her changing the way they go about it. The way they do business. It's just In fact, it's it's it's getting worse. But To me, and I know this is so unrealistic, but it just I'm going to say it anyway. To me. If if you watch the mainstream, even you watch all of the undisguised Hatred for Donald Trump is not just a reporter's. It's every guest they get. Every person they get to talk about Donald Trump or his administration was accomplishments. It's nothing but raw hatred. It just amazes me that does not convince more people. To support him or to oppose what CNN supposedly stands for. Right. Backto Axelrod. If the president is taking a steroid is back to Dex Amethyst Zone here. If the president's taking a steroid that sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the VP under the 25th amendment, Mr Axelrod, could we get a list of the medications your client's taking? Joe Biden. So we get a list of the meds This guy is on He's suffering from a stage or two of dementia. But we're not told what meds he's taking. They put another lid on the campaign at nine or so this morning. So Biden is nowhere to be seen. There is no contact with Biden. Do you realize that Donald Trump with the covert virus is more active and more engaging with the American people than Joe Biden is who does not have the Koven 19 virus? To stop and think of that. Oh, no, no, I'm dead. Serious. I for my whole career. I have been told. You gotta watch it Rush. You're going to be very careful. You cannot. You cannot make people think you hate because it's already already got two strikes against you. You're a concert, and I never do..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It is the award winning thrill packed, ever exciting, increasingly popular and growing by leaps and bounds, according to our latest computer model projections, Rush Limbaugh program. And he II be network telephone number of your like me on the program 800 to 822882 of the email address. L Rushmore. Andi, I being that got us. Hang on to it just like that. Folks have gotta update some software on my massive mail program. It's a it's a spam. Software update. I can't do without this. So hang on Just a second. I did I quit Everything. Just run the update, Will you? That's what I was doing here. Okay? David Axelrod, who Was part of the cool The Obama administration and vital part of the coup that operated for four years and still is in my estimation. Trying to get rid Of the president. Tweeted and I I referenced this mere moments ago. If the president is taking a steroid, this is Dex and methadone. That sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the vice president under the 25th amendment, See how this all works. This is all done in coordination with the media. I just I just watched a little bit of CNN during the top of the hour break, and they got Jim Jim Acosta. And you would think there might be Just a twinge. Of compassion for Kayleigh mcenany. You might think But you would be deadly wrong. There's nothing but long knives, hatred. Jim Acosta. He is out there, saying that she is the spokesperson for the United States of America. That's how you have to see her. She's a spokesperson for the president. That makes her the spokesperson for the United States, and she has been putting people's lives at risk. By not wearing the mask. And by not taking other precautions. People have come in contact with other journalists and supper and she has been putting their lives at risk. And then he went on to describe how the communications office in the West Wing is deserted because everybody in there has been sent home because they've either got it or they don't want him to get it. Meaning covert 19. I mean that the hatred and the viciousness. You don't want I don't understand, folks that I really don't understand this and I I'm I don't think I ever will under. I do not understand how the undisguised Here mean spiritedness? Of the mainstream media the past four years is not seen for what it is, by average, ordinary Americans who consume that crap. I'II watch it or read it. I will never understand this. You know my entire career. For 32 years plus I've been told you've got to be really careful. Rush. You've got to be very careful that you don't want people hate you. You know what people will misunderstand apparently being hated. Is something very easy for us conservatives to do and we have to make sure we have to go the extra mile to make sure that what we do is not seen. As bigotry and hatred and racism and homophobia, an anti women anti black and type, but these people These people can amplify they can brag about. They can exude full of fledged. Hey, Kurd. As the normal order of their day. And nobody calls them on it. Nobody describes it that way. It is. It is extremely frustrating. I'm sure you'd have to agree. These people never get called on it. And it never seems I never run into anybody who watches the drive by media. Whoever concludes man, These people are filled with hatred. Now I see the poles and I see the stories that they're the least respected business on Earth. I see that But people still watch it, even though they say they don't The unmistakable hatred and it isn't just for trump. It's for all of us. Their hatred for you. The hatred for me you are deplorables. I am who I am. Sean Hannity is who he is. All of us Conservatives are to one extent or another hate mongers. We're racist. We're bigots were none of the sort they are. They are the exact same things. They accuse us of being. They put it on display, and they don't even hide it. What the abject hatred that these people Exhibit a And engage in in the normal coast, of course, their jobs how it is not seen. Now, the people that watch CNN Maybe they dio I don't. Maybe this is why CNN's ratings are as low as they are. I don't know. Even if people see them that way. CNN isn't doesn't care. They're not altering her changing the way they go about it. The way they do business. It's just In fact, it's it's it's getting worse. But To me, and I know this is so unrealistic, but it just I'm going to say it anyway. To me. If if you watch the mainstream, even you watch all of the Undisguised. Hatred for Donald Trump is not just a reporter's. It's every guest they get. Every person they get to talk about Donald Trump or his administration was accomplishments. It's nothing but raw hatred. It just amazes me that does not convince more people. To support him or to oppose what CNN supposedly stands for. Like backto Axelrod. If the president is taking a steroid is back to Dex Amethyst Zone here. If the president's taking a steroid that sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the VP under the 25th amendment, Mr Axelrod, could we get a list of the medications your client's taking? Joe Biden. Could we get a list of the message? This guy is on He's suffering from a stage or two of dementia. But we're not told what meds he's taking. They put another lid on the campaign at nine or so this morning. So Biden is nowhere to be seen. There is no contact with Beytin. Do you realize that Donald Trump with the covert virus is more active and more engaging with the American people than Joe Biden is who does not have the Koven 19 virus? Stop and think of that. Oh, no, no, I'm dead. Serious. I for my whole career. I have been told. You gotta watch it Rush. You're going to be very careful You cannot. You cannot make people think you hate because it's already already got two strikes against you. Your concert and I never do. I don't hate anybody or anything. And I have never never Portrayed it. And yet I come in here every day with two strikes against me. The drive by media in the left says That's my normal state where, as it is theirs.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A It's a spam software update. I can't do without this. So hang on. Just think I did. I quit everything. Just run the update, Will you? That's what I was doing here. Okay? David Axelrod. Who Was part of the cool The Obama administration and vital part of the coup that operated for four years and still is in my estimation. Trying to get rid Of the president. Tweeted and I I referenced this mere moments ago. If the president is taking a steroid, this is Dex, a methadone. That sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the vice president under the 25th amendment. See how this all works. This is all done in coordination with the media. I just I just watched a little bit of CNN during the top of the hour break, and they got Jim Jim Acosta. And you would think there might be Just a twinge. Of compassion for Kayleigh mcenany. You might think But you would be deadly wrong. There's nothing but long knives, hatred. Jim Acosta. He He's out there, saying that she is the spokesperson for the United States of America. That's how you have to see her. She's a spokesperson for the president. That makes her the spokesperson for the United States, and she has been putting people's lives at risk. By not wearing the mask. And by not taking other precautions. People have come in contact with other journalists and supper and she has been putting their lives at risk. And then he went on to describe how they Communications office in the West Wing is deserted because everybody in there has been sent home because they've either got it or they don't want him to get it. Meaning covert 19. I mean that the hatred and the viciousness. You know what? I don't understand, folks, and I really don't understand this. And I I'm I don't think I ever will under. I do not understand how the undisguised Here mean spiritedness? Of the mainstream media the past four years is not seen for what it is, by average, ordinary Americans who consume that crap. I'II watch it or read it. I will never understand this. You know my entire career. For 32 years plus I've been told you've got to be really careful. Rush. You've got to be very careful in sending. You know one people hate you. You know what people will misunderstand apparently being hated. Is something very easy for us conservatives to do and we have to make sure we have to go the extra mile to make sure that what we do is not seen. As bigotry and hatred and racism and homophobia, an anti women anti black and type, but these people These people can amplify they can brag about. They can exude full fledged. Hey, Kurd. As the normal order of their day. And nobody calls them on it. Nobody describes it that way. It is. It is extremely frustrating. I'm sure you'd have to agree. These people never get called on it. And it never seems I never run into anybody who watches the drive by media. Whoever concludes man, These people are filled with hatred. Now I see the poles and I see the stories that they're the least respected business on Earth. I see that People still watch it, even though they say they don't The unmistakable hatred and it isn't just for trump. It's for all of us. They hatred for you. The hatred for me you are Deplorables. I am who I am. Sean Hannity is who he is. All of us Conservatives are to one extent or another hate mongers were racist. We're bigots were none of the sort They are. They are the exact same things. They accuse us of being. They put it on display, and they don't even hide it. What the abject hatred that these people Exhibit a And engage in in the normal coast, of course, their jobs how it is not seen. Have the people that watch CNN. Maybe they dio I don't. Maybe this is why CNN's ratings are as low as they are. I don't know. Even if people see them that way. CNN isn't doesn't care. They're not altering her changing the way they go about it. The way they do business. It's just In fact, it's it's it's getting worse. But to me and I know this is so unrealistic, but it just I'm gonna say it anyway. To me. If if you watch the mainstream, even you watch all of the Undisguised. Hatred for Donald Trump is not just a reporter's. It's every guest they get. Every person they get to talk about Donald Trump or his administration was accomplishments. It's nothing but raw hatred. It just amazes me that does not convince more people. To support him or to oppose what CNN supposedly stands for. Like backto Axelrod. If the president is taking a steroid is back to Dex Amethyst Zone here. If the president's taking a steroid that sometimes produces wild mood swings. Shouldn't he surrender authority to the VP under the 25th amendment, Mr Axelrod, could we get a list of the medications your client's taking? Joe Biden. Could we get a list of the meds? This guy is on He's suffering from a stage or two of dementia. But we're not told what meds he's taking. They put another lid on the campaign at nine or so this morning. So Biden is nowhere to be seen. There is no contact with Biden. You realize that Donald Trump with the Koven virus is more active and more engaging with the American people than Joe Biden is who does not have the Koven 19 virus. Stop and think of that. Oh, no, no, I'm dead. Serious. I for my whole career. I have been told. You gotta watch it Rush. You're going to be very careful. You cannot. You cannot make people think you hate because it's already already got two strikes against you. You're a concert, and I never do. I don't hate anybody or anything, and I have never never Or traded. And yet I come in here every day with two strikes against me. The drive by media in the left says That's my normal state. Where is it is theirs..

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just I get the biggest kick out of it. When Trump does this refuses to commit the peaceful transition of power. He didn't do that he did not not commit to a peaceful transition of power. The media are claiming that he refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power. This time, they didn't wait for the debates to ask the question. I wonder if Chris Wallace is ticked off. What if he had that question? Ready to go in? A Playboy reporter decides to ask the question yesterday, Trump said, Like he always says, we'll have to wait to see what happens. You know that. I've been complaining about the ballots, the mail in ballots, they're a disaster. It's what he said in 2016. You see when others suggest if it weren't for mail in ballots and voter fraud. There wouldn't be any transition cause he's goingto win easily. Grab sound bite number 13 while video of Democrat riots in Louisville fills the screen. David actual Rod Obama's guy says it trumps comments give a license to his voters to take to the streets with. He's going to do better on election night that he ultimately will because 62% of his voters say they're going to vote on Election day, Their votes will be counted. On Election day, but the write in votes. Many of them will be counted after election day and he will claim when those votes come in that he had won and the votes were taken from him. I think he's setting up that scenario, and it's very dangerous because he is sending a signal to people that they can take to the streets with guns if they don't like the outcome. Of this election. It is really ah, horrifying thing. Yeah. What's really horrifying thing is for you, Mr Axelrod. Teo throw out this allegation when it's not there is a single Republican is not on the street with guns. The Democrats are in the streets. It's the Democrats that air starting fires the Democrats who are looting private property. It's a Democrats that are manipulating bullying and threatening people. He was on CNN last night, with Anderson Cooper, saying this Questioning got was. What do you expect to happen now? After election night? You see any way to avoid some sort of conflict. So Axelrod is sending a secret signal to his voters to take this brief with.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On the way right now, let's get back to rush on NewsRadio 1055 W. C. Yeah, I just I get the biggest kick out of it. When Trump does this refuses to commit the peaceful transition of power. He didn't do that he did not not commit to a peaceful transition of power. The media are claiming that he refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power. This time, they didn't wait for the debates to ask the question. I wonder if Chris Wallace is ticked off. What if he had that question? Ready to go in? A Playboy reporter decides to ask the question yesterday, Trump said, Like he always says, we'll have to wait to see what happens. You know that. I've been complaining about the ballots, the mail in ballots there a disaster. That's what he said in 2016. You see when others suggest if it weren't for mail in ballots and voter fraud. There wouldn't be any transition cause he's gonna win easily. Grab sound bite number 13 while video of Democrat riots in Louisville fills the screen. David actual Rod Obama's guy says it trumps comments give a license to his voters to take to the streets with is going to do better on election night that he ultimately will because 62% of his voters say they're going to vote on Election day, Their votes will be counted. On Election day, but the write in votes. Many of them will be counted after election day and he will claim when those votes come in that he had won and the votes were taken from him. I think he's setting up that scenario, and it's very dangerous because he is sending a signal to people that they can take to the streets with guns if they don't like the outcome. Of this election. It is really ah, horrifying thing. Yeah. What's really horrifying thing is for you, Mr Axelrod. Teo throw out this allegation when it's not there is a single Republican is not out of the street with guns. The Democrats are in the streets. It's the Democrats that air starting fires the Democrats who are looting private property. It's a Democrats that are manipulating bullying and threatening people. He was on CNN last night, with Anderson Cooper, saying this Questioning got was. What do you expect to happen now? After election night? You see any way to avoid some sort of conflict. So Axelrod is sending a secret signal, do his voters to take this brief with guns, and it's.

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"mr axelrod" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"About while on very all right a couple of things here I've spared you in about the last ten shows there's a whole of dealing with polling focus groups research I have this some people say it's as I'm healthy fanaticism about pulling research and focus groups I love marketing you know what gets the mind to move politically on a retail basis whatever could be accurately one of the better ones found that seventy seven percent of voters who want the president to stay in office I see no problem with these Ukraine dealings now that's a little different than some of the polls just said Hey so many people in the majority want to keep the president in office now we've got some qualitative stuff here that's very interesting these are voters active voters who want the president to stay in office who see no problem with what he did in Ukraine the country is almost evenly divided on removing trump forty eight percent against forty seven in favour as for calling new witnesses in the Senate seventy five percent are in favor twenty percent opposed now just because it's great majority says Hey we want witnesses we are a constitutional Republic where the majority does not rule and I've explained a dozen times why we should not ethically legally and or otherwise have witnesses in this particular case because of if it's it's all about how the house handed us the two articles of impeachment for us to pursue and based upon the procedural activities in the house we can only I mean I've said this a lot pardon the repetition we can only judge you make a decision off of what we were handed the time for investigative research and new witnesses is over that was to occur in the house Mr Axelrod you know who that is did a poll on just democratic voters the results a majority were ready to move on with from impeachment get out of here now quote there may be a heated debate among local lawmakers about whether witnesses should testify in the impeachment trial of president trump but that's a different story outside of the beltway and we're seeing that you know three quarters of the voters say when she should be allowed to testify and that's includes about half of the Republican voters but again I've explained why that should not happen and broken down by party support for witnesses forty nine percent of the Republicans ninety five percent of the Democrats seventy five percent of the independents to strong which it's wrong and it's the difference between you know majority rule mob rule majority rule and live in a constitutional Republic is a great example of that we're the document reigns supreme on our legal decisions if we have majority rule on everything we have chaos chaos now fifty seven percent of the voters say they would like president trump to stay but still provide a little bit more of the details with Ukraine thirty eight percent are saying we're satisfied let's move on and again even if there was abuse committed and I'm being redundant again it's still not an impeachable offense that's beginning to sink in because a lot of the numbers of very it was at one time in these polls and Quinnipiac for example I went back and looked up sixty two percent of the polar said the voters said he abused his power now it's only fifty four percent interesting so things are beginning to change even on this question of the voters asked if they think trump administration was not justified in withholding the USA to the Ukraine this used to be a larger number this was can you read my own notes fifty nine no sixty nine percent but the trump administration of was not justified in withholding US aid to Ukraine now it's only fifty two percent while thirty four percent say was justified and a whole lot of people in the middle of an made up their minds yet so again in polling in the only reason I bring this up is because the source Quinnipiac they're good they're good and this is a recent poll he was conducted January twenty two three twenty seven ana and the responses were based upon active voters who do vote proportionate to registered Democrats Republicans and independents dance the way you want to do it and this is the way we want to do news it came J. with a news update right now at the bottom of the hour useless.

"mr axelrod" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr axelrod" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm going to do something massively, high tech hit it hasn't been done on radio before. I'm going to play something for my phone. This was the president walking into the rose. Garden noted today to give his remarks on how we're going to crack down on overpriced pharmaceuticals overpriced medicine and before he could actually talk. This is what happens on tenuously from the crowd. Thank you. Emerald. Robinson of a n chief White House correspondent for posting that. Nobody that'll video from the rose garden today. And thank you to technology is pretty cool. That was that was very high tech what I did just that. The ROY thinking Scott get on the mic. What is the problem you causing specials on my technical capabilities on a Friday of days? It was fine. It just wasn't me death because I may you didn't push button. No. I did. Yes. And I have a very good job too. Thank you. I'm allowed to push buttons down. Again. Please please one a day. I am rationed my button, pressing Russian clearly by Scotty. And also, it is the two hundred and forty fourth birthday of the US engine Louis the oldest military service in the nation. Just Doug tell the coast, God's happy birthday everybody. Who will the cloth of the Republic is wearing the cloth of a Republic, especially those who are serving in the United States. This is Friday. It is asked me, Dr g anything Friday, it is also second amendment Friday will have John Patten on next second amendment. The cobalt is out -solutely Chaka. Everybody wants to talk about who would be the best replacement for that warrior, Princess, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, when she stands down from her position, as the press secretary, secretary to the forty fifth president United States, the end of the month before we get to that. Let's just do it. I have to talk about the Bank guys his David Axelrod, the eminence glee, the good, loo. To Obama, the man behind the curtain, this is what they did Axelrod had to say about the wonderful, the superb Sarah Huckabee Santus Cup pie. So here's the problem if you are the spokesperson for a bitch Aligarh, it's like being fire, marshal for pyro maniac. You know it's not going to end well for you. She was called upon to choose between her fidelity to Trump and her fidelity to the truth. And she chose Trump that actually may help her in a Republican primary in Arkansas, but as far as their legacy goes for legacy is has been described here. Her legacy is one of the fending the indefensible and not being truthful with the American people. Defending the indefensible that would be a great book title for the is of the Obama administration. You have the goal, you have the temerity, you disgusting excuse for man to cost the species on the mar rectitude of Sarah Huckabee Santus. Let's talk about truth, and morality when you were advising the forty fourth president of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama. That's talk about truth. You, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. Oh, annual save money on your health insurance premiums. Remember the average family will save two thousand dollars a year on your premiums. What really happened you America? No. What really happened truth that's about and furious. That's about the only attorney general until then in American history to be held in contempt because of his refusal to give over the documents during which his department, the department of Justice willingly release. East firearms to cartel members in Mexico in some half baked attempt at some kind of foster furious operation that led to at least one federal agent being murdered by those weapons that had been in the control of his administration. Let's talk about truth. It's about a legacy. That's talk about the Iran deal. The Iran deal that didn't stop Iran require acquiring a nuclear weapons that actually gave all released a hundred and forty billion dollars to regime that every Friday pronounces that they wish to destroy the United States, a deal, which they deliberately circumvented congress with didn't put it a treat. So they could do an Indian around the constitution. And then lost. Let's talk about truth legacy. Mr. Axelrod, one would for you Benghazi. That's your legacy. And Basset, Chris Stevens requesting his embassy, multiple hundreds of times this is on classified. You can look it up hundreds of times, requesting an upgrade to their security, Hillary Clinton State Department. Refusing, it he being mutilated tortured, look at the photographs they're online riffing are Bassett, a captured by out, Qaeda related operatives tortured mutilated burnt, and murdered with three brave Americans giving the last measure of their life to try and safe him. And you blamed it on a garbage YouTube cartoon you of the lies. Relieffactor. I think. Back to your calls. Put me in a good mood Brian. Oh, no. Hang on. Steve, I promised his waiting so long. Steve line full Houston. Welcome to America. I love the show Sebastian much. Thank you. I think I've got a good idea as to who we should appoint take replace tummy. Well, we need somebody with Tanazania Trump apologetic and getting back in people's faces. Yep. And I think an African American female. Yes. Candice owens. Oh, yes. Now we cooked in with gas could do would be. We've had some great ones. We've had Larry Elda. We've had Kimberly Guilfoil. We've had Dan Bongino. I think I think for me personally Steve, it's time between candidates Owens, and Dan Bongino. I think that those are the two top favorites. Steve superb you deserve a signed copy of why we stay on the line. That is that is my favorite so far along with that love it. Love it love it. Let's go to Michelle line. Five. Also been very, very patient. Michelle in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm so happy, I made it through your busy board. Well, welcome, welcome. That you and I in twenty seventeen when you were still on the White House came about a local young sire fighter in my community, who was killed by drunk driver. I wanna thank you for the help that you gave me about my inquiry who are coming. I also have people went to make one is great suggestions for Chris Necker. Terry are coming in from your callers, just another warrior, Princess a woman who has trumped back and she also has one hundred percent trust of the president. The woman who was just a kid of violating, and I'm making air quotes violating the hatch act, Kellyanne Conway. I endorse that I'm afraid really? Yeah. You need to read the book by cliff SIMS who worked in the press team their issues with the book issues with with the fact that he wrote it. But re team Vajpyee's L yet. Yeah. And you will see some things that I know to be true about miss Kellyanne. That.

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