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"mr brody" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Love him all right. Let's take a break. We're back after this us. Text us in fifty five one hundred might put you on the air this texture. Mayonnaise is nasty. Should never be made again. Standard data and messaging rates may apply these elvis duran in the morning show. How many people are here to see elvis morning all right. Let's talk about podcast shall we. Do you know the fifteen minute morning. Show podcast you can watch it or you can listen to it in here. In iheart we have the we have a huge huge family of podcast. I think we have more podcasts than anyone else in the world right In so like their charted every week which podcast has the most listeners. So are fifteen minute morning. Show podcast you can both listen to it as podcast or you can watch it online. The problem is more people like to watch our podcast. Therefore they're not getting giving us credit for the the audio Cast we're sort of cannibalizing ourselves so the fifty minute morning show podcast which people love because it's it's just it's us but very uncensored not suitable for work. Is you know what i'm saying. So more people to watch it. Therefore we're not getting credit on the iheart podcast countdown. What number in the universe was a fifteen minute morning. Show podcast number number fifty eight last week on the iheartradio top. One hundred podcasts. Right now keep in mind we. They have thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of podcast so to be in the top one hundred honor but it fifty eight. It would be higher if people were listening to it rather than watching it and so the question was well. We should talk. Should we should stop doing zoom room. Things would just make people listen to it. No i enjoy it so we'll sacrifice it. Can you watch it and listen at the same time like. Can you have it playing in the background. So that your credit for that. It's been a stroke. That would take a lot of engineering anyway. But we also get credit for the on elvis. Dren morning show on demand so when you listen to the show any time during the day at your convenience then we get podcast credit for that right. Yeah and we did okay. This past week we were like number. Twenty one twenty one we. We should be higher than that so please give us a listen elvis morning show on demand. Just give it like five ten minutes. Just watch it. Go up the chart. You know the brooklyn boys. Podcast has been known to be number three before. It's gone way up in this week. It was number twenty five. I believe correct which is still great. So speaking of the brooklyn boys podcast that you and brody do or brody and do. They said that you were talking about the wise guys. The three wise men yesterday where the wise guys the three wise men who who actually went to go visit the baby. Jesus for christmas but arrived like all those days later right. No they write late to the party right and people were saying that they can't believe you didn't know what frankencense and moore was. Well i always always familiar with the fact that these dudes brought him gifts gifts will do i. Would it was called. So brody says know when the three wise men brought frankencense and moore. And i'm like what are you talking about. Sounds like jewish law firm right. Yes mr brody on real quick. Hey brody elvis so you look you know the whole story. The greatest story ever told mind you The birth of baby. Jesus and mary wiseman it's it is a beautiful story and franken's and moore were the gifts that the dudes on the camels brock. Right i don't. I don't know a lot of people don't know what franken simpson murder in. The third was gold. They don't know what it is. It's not really that important to the story. It's just the fact they brought a gift. They didn't come empty-handed but their mothers taught them well right right but we were talking about a question that was on family feud and so i'm telling the story and then involve bringing frankincense mur to the baby jesus and you know jewish and i'm explaining this to scary and he's on the podcast yelling. I don't know if i said tamara. i'm not ollie. Murs singer is right. Right was eerie. Yeah raised christian would know that in school. Somebody would have told you you've heard the story. I said i know it. I'm jewish that he's heard of it. I should you not. Wouldn't you never heard of franken said omar. He's took catholic school growing up you took. Ccd classes catholic religious classes. They believe me they talked about it. You're listening yes details. China's class no scares really good at blocking out information he doesn't deem important. Yeah it's kind of skill. I'm with you and you know what. At christmas time when the madge or the three kings are bringing the gifts to to baby jesus at the church by me they move the statues closer as they get closer to the day of when they actually arise. I thought they were crazy. Catholic spoiler alert anyway. By the way the fact that you're jewish that means nothing as far as knowing what franken said moore is right as i wasn't taught that in religious school expected to know it. I know it because it seems like an everyday thing that most people know but being a christian like you'll pointed out he's been taught that well he didn't recall it. How do you remember. There's so many things we have remembered. Think about the from the moment that you can remember beginning to remember things to today all the stuff that has probably fallen out the other side that you know you don't remember anymore and it doesn't matter because if you don't remember it it doesn't matter you know for instance nate. When nate had his stroke. He's convinced many things were purged from. His brain will save franken. Immerse still in there though. The thing is forget it. You don't know that you knew it at one time and so therefore it never exist for you. I actually have frankencense upstairs. Because i put a little bit of it in my moisturizer. Let's see now did you. Was that deliver to you by a wise man camel. Yes he brought it in a little box.
"mr brody" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"You won't be surprised to hear that. Republicans i talked to were very pissed off about cheney To say that she she so become a democratic she is a democrat already even though she's one of the traditional house conservatives at just look in her voting record but no. This is the member that democrats are going to lean on that they say is under their pride ability for having a bipartisan. Investigation and republicans were saying she doesn't count effectively part of the political calculation. Here saw hell. And i don't think is the most important thing but to your point is they didn't want trump didn't want an independent commission because it would have more stature more credibility and so they turned against it. Same reason mcconnell whipped against it calling in favors. It's mccarthy went against it. They wanted to be able to attack commissioners partisan and they were going to whatever the makeup was. It seems like just being like enough. You're you're going to run against us anyway yeah. There is a difference of opinion. Chris between how. The two parties have come to view january. Six congress should do about it. Republicans have come to believe the vast majority of them including the leadership of the party. Have come to believe that the justice department should look into it. They should arrest people they should make their charges and let the justice work and everyone should move on. Democrats have a very different view of it. They believe that was a fundamentally fundamental crisis. An attack on american democracy that needs to be zeroed in on an investigated as a way to prevent anything like that from happening again to save the american experiment. I've talked many democrats and they emphasized they overemphasized and they reemphasized that part. I think they do believe that. I don't think they're blowing smoke there and that different turned out to be irreconcilable. Especially when you when you factor in the uncomfortable reality for republicans which is that it was supporters of donald trump. Who violently attacked this building in an attempt. To overturn the result of the election. To overturn joe. Biden's victory so the day off. There are many republicans who appeared very troubled by this and wanted an investigation. But i think as time has gone on the politics have turned and the republicans have taken a different direction saw kapoor and olivia beavers. Both doing great reporting on this today. And thank you both for making time with us. Don't go anywhere The latest on the arrest of donald trump's inaugural committee chair and what it might reveal about the trump administration's very shady foreign entanglements. That's next federal court in the eastern district. New york unsealed a huge seven count. Forty six page indictment yesterday against trump fundraiser inaugural committee chairman. Tom barrack charging him with acting as an agent of the united arab emirates as well as obstruction of justice and lying to investigators. Now we all. Of course remember special counsel robert muller was investigating russian sabotage of the two thousand sixteen election. We heard about that for years but over. The course of his investigation muller also started to look into whether lobbyists for the uae were funneling millions of dollars to the trump campaign. And now with the indictment of tom barrack that profoundly shady and we relationship between trump world and the united arab emirates is starting to make a little more sense so we know that three months before the twenty six sixteen election even happened. Donald trump junior met with an emissary for two wealthy arab princes at the trump tower. The emissary told trump junior at the time that the princes the defacto rulers of saudi arabia. And the were eager to help. His father win election as president. A few months later. I'll donald trump did win and that crown prince anyway guy. Prince mohammad bin zayed known as nbc z. Flew to new york to meet with the president-elect now as new yorker reports it is customary for foreign leaders to notify the american government when they traveled the us but nbc's e did not do so that nbc arrived at the meeting of the trump tower penthouse with an entourage about thirty people use dressed in combat boots jeans and some of his men were armed. Then on inauguration day donald trump's incoming natural security advisor. Mike flynn was texting with former business partners about a hugely controversial private-sector plan that would reportedly be funded by the gulf states including ya to bring nuclear energy to the middle east in fact. Flynn was texting about this plan. Literally ten minutes after donald trump was sworn in as he washed on the day us. Like we've got gotta deal what's going to happen seven days into his presidency. Donald trump might remember signing an executive order known as the muslim ban which well left out the uae. While including other middle eastern countries like syria yemen iraq during trump's first year in office the deputy finance chair of the republican national committee. A guy named elliott brody was helping spearhead a secret campaign to influence the white house and congress for the crown prince's of saudi arabia the uae. God that keeps popping up again and again brody was later charged with conspiring to act as a foreign agent on behalf of other interests malaysian and chinese government interests. Mr brody was a very busy man. Apparently on the day before. Donald trump doses. He pardoned brighty now. We have the indictment of tom barrett who allegedly acted to the you a in its dealings with the executive branch of government. Doing things like advocating for the appointment of individuals favored by the administration and taking steps to advance the us's foreign policy interests by attempting to influence united states foreign policy. One of the people who been reporting on these influence efforts for years connecting the dots between the us trumpworld before anyone else joins me. Next june tenth twenty nineteen reporters. Alex emmons matthew colty intercept published. This piece was about a secret influence. Operation the united states by the united arab emirates involving an emirati businessman and tom barrack a longtime ally ally then president donald trump back was a fundraiser for trump campaign..
"mr brody" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Your neighborhood and your your you know. You didn't even know about exactly what i saw pizza. Fight breakout on a facebook page from a town that i'm in the facebook group from a town nearby. That has a lot of pizza places. So they said yeah. Well i think this pizza place is The best it's in this other town. And so i never heard of it so last night i said to my eyes. I wanna try some new pizza. Yeah let's try some new new new italian food so we ordered from this place in our area. And i'm a guy. I use a slice app. Use the app. The food customized. My pizza i had. I will tell you what the the pizza was called. Because i want to. It's not it. Was these sorrento pizza. No the sore and tina pizza. Which i i would know basil and added record the cheese on top. Laura hotta for those of you if you prefer or for the ford a spicy shrimp appetizer essentially pizza. By the way you want and and shorted long hot peppers long hot. Cky would would sausage marinara sauce. Yeah and so Shout out to fia mellow wood-fired. Pizza and italian restaurant in new jersey excellent food and because of the app. They called me and said mr brody. Your order's ready. They call nuno's ready. Which i love so you chose to go pick it up although you can have it delivered. Yeah and in the special instructions. i said. Bring it out to my four door black dodge charger. So when i pulled up already knew what kind of car i was nice and it came right out. So thank you slice. Yes and by the way. I'm one pizza point away from earning my eight pizza points. Every time you make an order of over fifteen dollars point now. What does the look like. They have around with eight slices. So guess what eight pizza points. You get a free pie but but best of all when you download slice the app or you go to slice life dot com your first order. Get you five dollars off..
"mr brody" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"In your neighborhood and your your city. You know you didn't even know about exactly you know what i saw a pizza fight breakout on a facebook page from a town that i'm in the facebook group from a town nearby. That has a lot of good pizza places. So they said yeah. Well i think this pizza place is the best. It's in this other town. And so i i'd never heard of it so last night i said to my i wanna try some new pizza. Yeah let's try some new new new new talent food so we ordered from this place in our area. And i'm a guy use slice app. Use the app. Yeah ordered the food customized. My pizza had the pizza was called. Because i want to see it's not it. Was these sorrento pizza. No these sore and tina pizza. Which i wanted to know basil. And then i added ricotta the cheese on top. Laura for those of you if you prefer or glam for the for the spicy shrimp appetizer pizza. By the way have you want and ensure long hot peppers long came long would would sausage marinara sauce. And so shout out to fia mellow wood-fired pizza and italian restaurant new jersey excellent food and because of the app they called me and said mr brody. Your order's ready. They call nuno's ready which i love so you chose to go pick it up although you can have it delivered. Yeah and in the special instructions i said. Bring out to my four door black dodge charger so when i pulled up there and he knew what kind of car i was in and it came right out so thank you slice and by the way. I'm one pizza point away from earning my eight pizza points. Every time you make an order of over fifteen dollars you point now now. What does the pizza look like. They have around with eight slices. So guess what eight pizza points. You get a free pie but but best of all when you download slice the app or you go to slice life dot com your order. Get you five dollars off..
"mr brody" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"That was awesome. Highlights for me was meeting roger. Burgis son michael ealy cool anyway. I really liked the railroads. Always have for sure hanley i. Apparently i share a birthday with michael. Brodie do you do. His birthday is also the united states. So mr brody happy. Belated birthday happy birthday. All right. all right brenda. Which one do you wanna hit on next. I am going to skip to my favorite topic. Okay filled awesome. I'm gonna skip to my favorite topic of all american foods at walt disney world and disneyland. Too i mean some of them. Right disneyland too. So let's see. What do i have on my list i have. I made a specialist. Because i'm a coney island person i used to love coney island's before i became allergic to tomatoes. Sirnak can't have them anymore. But at rosie's all american bear and hollywood studios the have those chili cheese dogs that i used to love those foot. Long ones oh. Maga bad and liberty tree tavern of course has traditional banks giving fair which is so good and casey's corner has hotdogs burgers and the corn dog nuggets over there and flame tree barbecue has great barbecue. Which.
"mr brody" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Addressed to him all on open. What we're no. I'm sorry you're done. I was just going to say what were. Maybe because i'm sure some guy wrote you know. Hey i need money for beer. And then there was some of the most heartfelt ten page letters what were some of them. That really stuck with you. Yeah it was incredible. I mean literally every imaginable request you can think of. It didn't letters because brady went on that show he went on walter cronkite. He said if you need money just write me a letter and tell me you'll do it and i'll send you some money and so one of the first line is that really grabbed me was a five year old girl who wrote in to say She'd never had a winter coat. And if if you would send five dollars she by one or coat You know there was a there was a mother who wrote in to say. My son is over in vietnam. My husband and i work seventy hours a week. Just to make ends me We've never taken a vacation. But if you send us a thousand dollars my husband and i will travel to saigon so that we can visit our son at the war They were just people asking for help with with medical debt with education. Starting new businesses sticking out from from underneath you know layers generations of poverty. you know. We saw people dimond cabins. People who lived in Projects people lived in rural america. You know and then there were letters from all over the world Other countries you know the three got picked up and and it really traveled so we got letters from spain and south america and australia In china and india and the thing that struck us. I think was like with every letter you saw just different corner of the world. A different layer of of need or desire and some of the letters are critical. You know some of the letter said this is a terrible idea. You're going to run out of money before long and you're gonna leave a lot of people Wanting more or your fool i would never do that money You're gonna get old sunday like me and you're gonna need it It was it was just a fascinating process and we fell in love with the letter. Writers about how heartbreaking it is all the thought and hope and crossing the fingers on the letters were never read like letters to santa. The movie is called. Dear mr brody and it is playing at. Sf doc fest sf indeed dot com for more information for virtual and of course our guest Keith maitland is going to be winning the van gore vanguard award and this is a fascinating topic looking forward to seeing it keith. And congratulations on the award man. Thanks thanks for having me on this morning and Hope you'll check out the all right good stuff once again. Dear mr brody you can check that out all right. We'll take a quick break and when we come back. We'll have roy butler with us into the inventor of the lambeau leap..
"mr brody" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I'm so disgusted by rick tittle that i find him very intoxicating all right. Get in line. Welcome back to the show recco with you. Coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio network. Cer- pleasure to welcome to the show. Filmmaker keith maitland. And he's here to talk about his new documentary. Dear mr brody and This is going to be playing on june tenth at the roxy theatre all part of sf. Doc fast you can find out more at sf indie Dot com keith is all also going to be receiving the The vanguard award keith. Welcome to the show and You know being the military history nerd. I am the vanguard or the french coffee avant-garde. This is the part of the military formation. That is at the forefront. So you're you're you're attacking and leading from the front. Are you keith. i guess that's what they think I i had to look it up myself. And i saw that saying that. Same definition but I don't know. I'm just you know pleased and honored to be able to share the film that we made with audiences in san francisco and And of course. I'm humbled to be awarded in this way. It's very hard so on the way the streets of new york cut your teeth in the biz on a i kind of grew up with one foot in the northeast and once in texas and so I went to school. The university of texas here. In austin where i live now And then right out of school moved to new york city Where i go into the film industry. They're Work the first you know almost ten years of my career on the street making You know network television. You know tv series like law and order and feature films and really learning. You know the movie making business From the people doing in the streets it was great. You know it's it's funny you mentioned law and order and when you're involved in such a successful show no matter what you wanna do. You'd be crazy to leave such a successful show on the one hand. It's kinda like golden handcuffs. It may not be exactly what you wanted to do. But it's too sweet to not do it right well you. That was a decision that was kind of forced to make But i was in my late twenties and had been working as an assistant director all through my twenties and strangely in the film business. Assistance wrecking doesn't really lead directing leads to producing and And i'm definitely a creative director at heart and so it was finding the world of documentary that offered me You know another perspective and storytelling. And that's when i left you know new york and left That stylus don't making to pursue documentary film. You did tower animated school shooting doc. Which on paper sounds like but it won some awards. It's funny when you pitch that to people that they kind of have that same reaction people noise just made you know. It's true like the thing. That's exciting to me about documentaries. That we're trying to tackle many times. You know difficult conversations and difficult subject matters and look at it almost as if You know that conversation needs to be had isn't being had you know around the thanksgiving table after desert. You know. everyone's been very conscious to avoid politics. You know to not step on toes. But you know you're also at a point where you're you're really come together in that moment and it's a great time to have have a difficult conversation to look at things that require you know investment in thought and so i kind of treat the documentary process as an opportunity to do that But the thing time. I don't want to. I don't wanna have these conversations and illicit that reaction. Once people start watching people agree to go down the path with us and watch our films what hook they'll see is is an enlightening you know. Investigation of humanity like is a way to kind of re frame their perspective on these difficult subjects and see the the humans at the center of it That's what we did tower. And that's what we hope to do. With mr brody. Let's talk about where by the way. we're with. Keith maitland dear. Mr brody an interesting story. That i didn't know about this was a while back. It was a millionaire kind of hippie. Michael brody and he said i'll give away twenty million dollars To the person who needs it the most and then he basically was swarmed right. Yeah that's right. It was january of nineteen seventy. He was at twenty one year. Old hippie just inherited twenty five million dollars From his grandfather. Who is one of the early. Innovators of margarine so the big margarine money very twentieth century american family dynasty and and the twenty one year. Old kid hair all this money but at the same time he also meets renee young nineteen year old bride and the two of them get married three weeks after they meet sitting on the beach in jamaica on their honeymoon taking acid and deciding. Hey we don't need twenty five million dollars. What we need is world peace but we ate is an end to poverty. A cure for cancer an end to the war in vietnam and And that's what they set out to do. They said if we give all this money away not the one person between as many people as possible. Maybe we can send out some good vibrations. Maybe we can inspire other millionaires to do the same thing. Maybe we can change the world. I think it's interesting too. That if you put those Those young people with all those grandiose. I mean it's such an innocence at such a purity. There's no way of forty one year old is going to give away that money No it's a different you know. One of 'em's also different times. I look at brody michael. And rene as really the first media celebrities of the nineteen seventies. You know their story starts on january. Tenth nineteen seventy coming off a very similar decade full of vibrant young colorful Enigmatic you know kids You know the brody's announcement his less than six months after woodstock it's very much of that time and And he was up that time you know. Yeah don't know that forty one year old has the same reaction a twenty one year old. Today has the same reaction probably put into bitcoin at this point You think about You know back then as well. We call snail mail back then it was just mail and you guys found A lot of letters that weren't even opened yet right. That's the birth of the story for us is You know my wife's college roommate. Who's a filmmaker and producer works for a legendary hollywood producer. Ed pressman who's nate over eighty movies. going back to the crow american psycho and da doot and badlands legend and in ed storage unit. Our friend melissa discovered twelve large boxes full of letters. All the letters were addressed in this one man. Michael brodie january mentioned seventy and all of the letters were unopened. And that was the beginning of mystery for melissa. It was who is michael brodie. And and why does ed have literally what seemed like hundreds of thousands of letters all.
"mr brody" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Yeah it's just like When ken shamrock had his his own fucking matches and shit when he had his his pit fighter kind of thing going on in a and wwf years ago he disobey his his his gimmick. It should be his work. Everything should build up. But this is what i'm saying. This is what two men look like when they fight. That's exactly what it should be like absolutely and read y- you told me go. You said if if if your does not win right that's your one new one yeah to the fight pits and the finish was great. I the he. The knee was getting worked on Everybody knows that that That that that trump has a bad. He's been working on it for a while and T would you. What about on thatcher win and was attacking it and that was the finisher was a tap out so bill and i'm also hoping that is bill because the way that the the match ended it looks as though that they made peace with each other and forced to be the same tag team. So hopefully it's going to be attacked team so we'll see it. That'd be a dangerous fucking team though man right other than that man that that Like i said was good this we may. I have any complaints about. It actually was pretty good man with that. You're winning and that's all you could say about it. It was it was actually the second best show of the week. Not if there was any competition or anything let's get into aws. Jesus christ Oh jeez dynamite kicked off with the birthday celebration of brody lead. Junior and the dark order was on stage with mr brody lee's son cake but a court. Unfortunately the party was pooped upon as it wasn't of course something you expect. As the dark order led. The crowd sang happy. Birthday lutheran pentacle. Come out and crashed the festivities. It wanted to ruin negative ones birthday but john. Silver alex reynolds and the crew. Beat up the bed. do bad guy do. And then we have t h two coming out to defend their partners in the brawl spoiled into the spilled onto the floor hit hangman's music an atom page came out to start the match If the eight man tag read what he thought about the opening the raw ross dynamite. I know you had thoughts about this. You called me and said what sir. Yeah i get it. I'm i understand the whole dad. But let's get the kid on april. It's you'll get your kid way too much now. It's it's a little bit too much what you would you. Would you accept this dark. I don't think i would accept anywhere. I wanna take it anywhere place where i give a little more leniency to this bullshit because it's on youtube and it's like free and it's like whatever god did i just i just saw the mean would forget bernie sanders sitting next to alexa bliss. Swing this week this year this week. This week's episode dedicated is sponsored by bernie sanders bernie.
"mr brody" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was a pardon blitz in Trump's last 12 hours in office, the former president pardons 73 people and commuted the sentences of 70 more joining his former federal prosecutor, Robert Mintz, apart in McCarter and English. Off the pardon. Power is one of the most unrestrained powers the president has. The pardon power comes from the first clause of Article two, Section two of the Constitution, which provides The president shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States except in cases of impeachment, so that has an extremely broad power. Invested by the Constitution and the president, and there's very little to Congress can do to constrain it shorted in teaching. The president is they believe it's an abuse of power. There are some limitations on this very broad pardon power. For example of president cannot pardon anybody for a state of fence is pardoning power only extends the criminal offenses that are federal and also does not allow the president to pardon somebody for a civil offense. Again. It's limited on Lee to federal criminal offenses. The on Lee explicit constitutional limitation in the president's pardon power is that a president cannot pardon himself or herself. In order to avoid impeachment. Even if that did occur, it would not preclude the house from bringing charges against a president for crimes and misdemeanors that would form a bill of impeachment. Nor would it prevent a Senate, ultimately trying the president. How specific as apart and have to be Are you typically are given after person has been convicted of a crime, and then they specifically referenced the crime. So, for example, President Trump had pardon Scooter Libby, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos. Rise your stone in what is a more typical pardon, and each of those cases after asserting that a full and unconditional pardon has been given the pardon and goes on to specify the statutes that each of those individuals were charged with violating that describes in detail the punishment they were given. In the case of Michael Flynn, the president's former national security adviser. That was quite unusual because it not only hardened Flynn for crime for Wee kids guilty, but it also included some very broad language, which part of him from any and all possible offenses within the jurisdiction of the special counsel's investigating authority or relating in any manner can special counsel's investigation. Of Russians attempted interference and the 2016 presidential election and links to the Trump campaign. One of the big surprises was the pardoning of Trump's former strategist, Steve Bannon, and apparently it was whether or not Trump was going to give that pardon that kept them from announcing the list. Why do you think that was such a controversy for Trump today? What's going on in the president's mind with regard to Steve Bannon? Had an on again off again relationship with Mr Bannon over the years where one point he was Mr Trump, chief strategist and architect of his play 16 presidential campaign. Another point. He was on the output, the White House and it may be that the president was trying to decide ultimately, whether we thought that apart with appropriate here in this case, Mr Bannon had been charged in August. Last year with the fought defrauding contributors to a privately funded effort to build Mr Trump's wall along the Mexican border. The pardon of Mr Bannon this case was notable because among all the pardons that were issued here, and I think there's about 143 that were issued today. It was the on Lee one in which an individual who are not yet been convicted of a defense was given a pardon. In this case, Mr Ben had been charged and he was set to stand trial. You're not yet been convicted of any crime on the overwhelming majority of pardons and commutations that have been granted by president happen for those individuals who have already been convicted and sentenced of criminal activity. There was also a pardon of Republican mega donor. It seems as if most of the pardons he issued were for someone related to him in some way connected to him in some way. Not out of the blue. There have been controversial pardons issued by presidents in the past. For example, President Clinton pardoned Patty Hearst, the first newspaper Eris had been involved with the radical weather underground. Sitting also part of his half brother, Roger Clinton, had been convicted in that 85 of cocaine trafficking. Another example of a pardon that was considered controversial was when President Obama in 2017 commuted the 35 year prison sentence of Wiki leaks. Source. Chelsea Manning, who was arrested in 2010 for releasing information. Regarding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the wiki leaks. Website President Clinton's most controversial pardon was out of Marc Rich, who was a billionaire fugitive after his ex wife, Denise Rich had given generously to Democratic sources, including more than $100,000 to support Hillary Clinton's New York Senate run. 450,000 to President Clinton's presidential library. But in this case President Trump Pardon has been more closely aligned with people that he knew either directly or indirectly than most of the other controversial pardons by prior president, for example, one of President Trump's pardon Was Elliot Brody, a California businessman who is a leading fund raiser for Mr Trump's 2016 campaign and inauguration. Mr. Brody has admitted they accepted $9 million in money from a Malaysian financier, and that some of that money was paid to an associate to push the Trump Administration for the extradition of a Chinese dissident and to drop it case related to an embezzlement scheme. Malaysian sovereign wealth fund that the United States had accused the Malaysian financier of engineering coming up next. The pardons that weren't granted. You're listening to Bloomberg. The effect. Once upon a time in a convenience store, a woman asked which zero calorie drink will.