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Fresh update on "national intelligence" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national intelligence" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"It's 8 40, the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant has sued the Los Angeles County Sheriff Vanessa Bryant claims deputies shared unauthorized photos of the crash in the helicopter crash in January that killed her husband, the 13 year old girl and seven others. Her lawyer says Vanessa Bryant was devastated after reports surfaced that graphic photos of the victims were being shared. Sheriff Alex Villanueva has admitted that eight deputies took or shared graphic photos of the scene. He has ordered those images deleted, the sheriff said The department has a policy against taking and sharing crime scene photos. The policy does not apply to accident scenes. A package containing rice in there was addressed to the White House also included a threatening letter. The woman accused of sending the package. Pascal Ferriere was arrested at the New York Canada border, and she's expected to make her first court appearance. Court papers filed today say she told President Trump in the letter to give up and remove your application for this election. A top secret CIA assessment indicates that Russian President Vladimir Putin is probably directing an influence campaign designed to disparage Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. It was first reported by the Washington Post. W T O p National security correspondent J. J Green tells us While this assessment is no longer Earth shattering news, the fact that it hasn't been shared is important. Why hasn't this been shared with members of Congress or spoken on publicly? Why was it leaked was the motivation to expose old news? The sources that I've spoken to suggest this sheds more light on the deep concern among some of the intelligence community that the public may not realize that the leader of a foreign nation is actively involved in manipulating the US election. So whether it's Russia in this story or China and another, it makes the voter think twice about what they hear No comment from the office of the director of National Intelligence or the CIA. 8 42, Those in charge of Kentucky's largest city continue preparations for possible protests as the city waits for a decision by the state attorney general in the Briana Taylor case. Governor Andy Bashir says he's spoken to the state attorney general, but details on the case have been tight lipped Bashir says he's confident protests will not get out of hand. Ln PT and others are trying.

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Trump's intelligence chief reverses decision to halt in-person election briefings for congressional committees

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Trump's intelligence chief reverses decision to halt in-person election briefings for congressional committees

"Administration has agreed to provide in person briefings on threats to the November election. Two key members of Congress. Backing down from a a decision decision last last month month to to provide provide that that information information only only in in writing. writing. Director Director of of National National Intelligence Intelligence John John Radcliffe Radcliffe has has agreed agreed to to provide provide briefings briefings to to the the Senate Senate and and House House intelligence intelligence committees. committees. The move comes after significant pushback from Democrats and some Republicans who say the briefings are more important than ever is the 2020 presidential election approaches.

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Fresh update on "national intelligence" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national intelligence" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"A top secret CIA assessment indicates that Russian President Vladimir Putin is probably directing an influence campaign designed to disparage Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. This was first reported by the Washington Post. W T O p National security correspondent J. J Green tells us While this assessment is no longer earth shattering, the fact that it hasn't been shared is important. Why hasn't this been shared with members of Congress or spoken on publicly? Why was it leaked was the motivation to expose old news? The sources that I've spoken to suggest this Sheds more light on the deep concern among some of the intelligence community that the public may not realize that the leader of a foreign nation is actively involved in manipulating the US election. So whether it's Russia in this story, or China and another, it makes the voter think twice about what they hear No comment from the office of the director of National Intelligence or the CIA..

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U.S. Intelligence Office to Stop Briefing Congress on Election Security

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Intelligence Office to Stop Briefing Congress on Election Security

"Congress on election security press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the director of National intelligence wants to protect classified information. Make sure Congress is brief. But what we're not going to Dio is enabled leaks out. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff called the change a shocking abdication of the denies. Responsibility. Sparks is Rachel Sutherland. America is listening to Fox News.

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Top intelligence office informs congressional committees it'll no longer brief in-person on election security

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Top intelligence office informs congressional committees it'll no longer brief in-person on election security

"Trump's intelligence chief on Sunday defended his decision to cease in person congressional briefings on election security. While Democrats said, the move would suppress critical information about foreign election meddling and warned they may subpoena testimony. John Ratcliffe the president's new director of National Intelligence, and to close trump ally accused US lawmakers of leaking classified information from July thirty first briefing to promote what he called false narratives that somehow Russia is a greater national security threat than China. Ratcliffe is a former lawmaker who ended trump during the congressional probes into Russian efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen election. Democratic lawmakers accused Ratcliffe of trying to block them from questioning intelligence officials in a bid to conceal information on how Russia has been interfering in the twenty twenty presidential election to help trump as it did in two thousand sixteen, the intelligence community has warned that Russia is trying to denigrate trump's twenty twenty democratic opponents, Joe Biden, and the Iran and China also trying to so disinformation Democratic senator. Amy Klobuchar. A former presidential candidate said Ratcliffe cliffs decision was an outrage at a time when multiple foreign governments trying to break into the November election and that it was crazy that the house may be forced to subpoena him. Trump has recently admitted that China doesn't want him to win. The election is refused to criticise. Russia. For multiple crimes that have been accused of against the United. States.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on KOMO

"And pull down that video on do with it as they wish. So again, But but But, sir, But, sir, respectfully That was not my question. My question was. Did you know when you took part in that ceremony that it was gonna be used to that night at the Republican Convention? No. What I knew is again participating in a naturalization ceremony. We had a number of U. S. C s employees there. As they do every naturalization ceremony, making sure that that ceremony goes off without a hitch that we're giving that oath of allegiance to those individuals there and again. We'll continue to do that, because that's our mission at the department. Okay. Finally story that broke over the weekend. The DNA I the director of National Intelligence is saying no more in person briefings to Congress, including briefings on the critical question of foreign interference in our election. Isn't this a time when there should be more information shared? Not less. What is going on here? Absolutely. And I think what the DNA specifically said is he was concerned about leaks classified information. Obviously the director of national intelligence deals with classified information, providing that information to Congress hey has seen I have seen and others have seen that information, leak time and time again. So what he indicated as he's going to provide that information in those briefings to Congress and a written finished intelligence product and continue to provide them the information that they need to do their jobs on the other side on what the department is focused on. Making sure that we address any cyber threats. We are regarding election infrastructure. A lot of the information that the department deals with is unclassified will continue to have in person briefings with members of Congress and staff. We have two of them set up this week. To continue to highlight the work that the department is doing to make sure that we secure that election infrastructure. You have responsibility for protecting the integrity of this election. Are you seeing evidence? More evidence new evidence of Russian interference? Yeah. What we again seen in the DNA? I put out an assessment this month not only information about Russia but also China and Iran. So these air three nation states that we have been well aware ofthe been tracking them for the last four years, putting out a number of disinformation campaigns. To sow discourse within the U. S not only in 2016, but obviously the 2018 elections. This is nothing new that we're looking at The department's on top of this working with our interagency partners, the intelligence community and the like. Hey, acting Secretary of Homeland Security, Chad Wolf. Thank you very much for joining us this morning. Thank you. It will be right back after this from our ABC stations. Summer's not here long so sees the sizzle with WalMart Find all your faves just Oscar Meyer Hot dogs, Kraft Singles and Hind Sketch up this time of year is all about living easy and sizzling. Good food. Whether you're cooking for two or for a houseful grilling outside makes mealtime simple, delicious and fun. When the coals are hot, Be grill ready with all the best ingredients from Walmart. Fall.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The director of National Intelligence says he will no longer provide in person briefings for lawmakers on foreign interference in November's election, he says it's to prevent leaks. But Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar says the White House wants the hide information. In the words of Speaker Pelosi. When it comes to this White House, all roads lead to Putin. That is exactly what's going on here, and we're going to have to demand the information to protect our election. In several states, the number of covert cases is rising. Here's CBS's Lucy Luciano, Louisiana, a covert hot spot is struggling with a backlog of cases. Governor warns that Hurricane Laura's destruction is disrupting Corona virus response efforts, and when you put them both together, it's extremely challenging. In neighboring Texas Baylor University ordering 54 students to reside in place on two floors of a dorm after a spike in cases at University of Kansas, right now, nine fraternity houses in quarantine with 474 students infected talk in Israel today about the recent peace pact between that country and the you A White House and boy, Jared Kushner hailed the new peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and said he hopes other era States will follow suit. While this peace agreement was thought by many to be impossible, the stage is now set for even more Israeli officials have named three countries they expect to sign peace deals. Bahrain, Oman and Sudan. Robert Burger CBS News Jerusalem French tennis star Benoit Paire is out at this week's US Open. He has tested positive for covert 19 and that tonight's MTV Music Video Awards. The show has been dedicated the Black Panther's star Chadwick Boseman, who died on Friday. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"National Intelligence, John Radcliffe, says he is changing the way he's informing Congress of foreign threats to the November election. What we won't be doing is all member briefings upto all members of the House and all members of the Senate. We've tried that, and the information hasn't been protected. He says. He Will provide written updates. Red Cliff was on Fox U. S immigration policies are impacting the sport of kings here. CBS's Maria Garcia, the horse racing world has major concerns about the Trump administration squeeze on immigration. That's because a large part of the sport relies on an immigrant workforce to feed and care for horses as well as the nation's racetracks. President Trump's visa ban through the end of the year, and the pandemic could really give the sport a run for its money. The next big event is the Kentucky Derby set for September. 5th. Maria Garcia. CBS News Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today says he's hopeful that the Israeli pact with the U. A E will impact other relations. I've expressed my willingness to negotiate peace. On the basis of the Trump plan. And is more Arab and Muslim countries joined the circle of peace. The Palestinians will eventually understand that they're Vito's dissipated and there will be hard pressed To remain outside the community of peace. You hate those $200 orm or change fees charged by the airlines. Good news for you today, United says it's dropping those fees for most tickets. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can visit rocket.

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

Balance of Nature

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

"Of National Intelligence no longer will give in person briefings about election security and foreign election interference to the House and Senate Select committees on Intelligence. U. S Senator Amy Klobuchar, reacting on ABC is this week. I think the house is gonna have to subpoena The director of intelligence in order order to to to get get get information, information, information, which which which is is is crazy. crazy. crazy. We We We are are are just just just a a a few few few months months months out out out of of of a a a major major major election election election and and and I I I have have have already already already experienced experienced experienced this this this White White White House House House blocking blocking blocking my bipartisan election security bill, which would have helped us years ago to beef up our efforts. The committee still have access to written, finished intelligence reports. America's

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Democrats Blast End Of In-Person Election Security Briefings

No Agenda

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Blast End Of In-Person Election Security Briefings

"That national intelligence director announced a major shift on election security Nicole. Killian is at the White, house. Everybody. With sixty six days to go until election day CBS News has learned the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will no longer brief members of Congress in person about elections security and will instead do it in writing in a letter to lawmakers director John Ratcliffe wrote I. Believe this approach helps ensure to the maximum extent possible that the Information Odeon I provides the congress is not misunderstood nor politicized house. Democrats called it a shocking abdication of its lawful responsibility with intelligence chairman Adam. Schiff. tweeting the administration clearly does not one congress or the country informed of what brushes doing Jeff leakers on the committee. Obviously, liquors that are doing bad things the developments come as the president and Democratic rival Joe Biden pivot to campaign mode following back to back

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Schiff: House could subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election interference

Texas Financial Advisory Show

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Schiff: House could subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election interference

"U. S intelligence officials could be subpoenaed. I'm Ham Crusoe. Fox News. That's according the House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff, who is furious that the director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, has decided to no longer provide in person briefings on election security. With the presidential contest a couple of months away. Radcliffe tails Fox's Sunday Morning futures. I'm going to continue to keep the promises that I made. I'm going to continue to follow the law. I'm going to continue to keep Congress informed. But we've had a pandemic of of information being leaked out of the intelligence community, and I'm going to take the measures to make sure that that stops instead of in person briefings. Written UPDATES will be provided to Congress Earlier this month. Top Intel officials said. China, Russia and Iran are trying to interfere in this year's election.

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Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

"Top Democrats say they may subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election security after the director of national intelligence stopped in person briefings senator Amy Klobuchar's says she's outraged at intelligence director John reckless decision over what he calls leaks I think the house is going to have to subpoena the director of intelligence in order to get information which is crazy she also tells ABC's this week monitoring foreign interference should be paramount president trump was asked about it Saturday at a hurricane briefing in Texas and said Radcliffe is right you have leaders on the committee obviously liquors that are doing bad things probably not even legal to link trump did not offer details Radcliffe said lawmakers will get written updates I'm Julie Walker

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Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

"Top Democrats say they may subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election security after the director of national intelligence stopped in person briefings senator Amy Klobuchar's says she's outraged at intelligence director John reckless decision over what he calls leaks I think the house is going to have to subpoena the director of intelligence in order to get information which is crazy she also tells ABC's this week monitoring foreign interference should be paramount president trump was asked about it Saturday at a hurricane briefing in Texas and said Radcliffe is right you have leaders on the committee obviously liquors that are doing bad things probably not even legal to link trump did not offer details Radcliffe said lawmakers will get written updates I'm Julie Walker

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

"The Office of the Director of National Intelligence will no longer briefed Congress in person on election security a move that house speaker, Nancy Pelosi, and intelligence chairman Adam Schiff called quote a betrayal of the public's right to know how foreign powers are trying to subvert our democracy. Joining me now is the chair of the Homeland Security Committee in the Senate Republican Senator, Ron, Johnson of Wisconsin and Mr. Chairman. Thank you so much. I I want to talk about what? Happened in Portland, we saw someone get killed overnight amid clashes there, and the president has been tweeting and re tweeting before dawn this morning he called for the Mayor of Portland to resign and be arrested. He painted protesters as thugs and cities. In chaos. You are the chairman as I mentioned of the Senate Homeland. Security Committee are you comfortable with the present appearing to inflame tensions instead of what we normally see from presidents, which is trying to calm them down. Maury Dan Listen I've been urging calm across the board particularly in light of what happened here in Kenosha but as I said in opening. Statement when we had the acting secretary well before my committee when when you encourage disdain for the police, you encourage criminals when you do little or nothing to stop rioting. You encourage anarchy. So when you're encouraging criminals and anarchy. People's lives are lost you have more more and more destruction more and more violence. So what we need, we need to get control of the situation and until we until we do, we're going to have more violence we're going to have unfortunately. Prep trenchantly more loss of life. So we need to get control the situation we need to encourage calm an here's something else we need to do. We need to figure out what we do all agree on and we share the same goal. We all want to save prosperous and secure America in states and communities. Let's concentrate on those areas of grievance. That's that's how we achieved the unity everybody says they want

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Office of National Intelligence to stop in-person election security briefings to Congress

WBZ Morning News

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Office of National Intelligence to stop in-person election security briefings to Congress

"Director, John Racked, Let's decision to no longer give in person election security briefings on Capitol Hill. And the president firing right back ABC Rachel Scott in Washington, the nation's top intelligence officials telling Congress, the policy change will help ensure intelligence is not misunderstood or politicized. President Trump backing the move coming to the defense of his new national intelligence director, John Radcliffe, and accusing Democrats of sharing classified information tweeting. He's deranged, low lives like the Russia Russia Russia narrative. Plays better for them. It appears some lawmakers will still be briefed. Others won't and it split right down party lines. Here's ABC struck Sivertsen, the new head of National intelligence, John Radcliffe writes that stopping in person briefings and switching to written reports will make sure the info isn't misunderstood nor politicized. Then Senator Marco Rubio, in a statement accuse Democrats of leaking briefing details for political advantage. Rubio, a Florida Republican, added that the intelligence director tells him he'll continue in person briefing of the Republican leads. Senate Intelligence Committee, but presumably not the Democratic led House. Intel panel President Trump said his administration got tired of the sensitive election security information leaking on Capitol Hill. Positive numbers remaining low in

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Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

"The office of the director of National Intelligence says it will no longer provide in person briefings to Congress on election security. And foreign efforts to interfere in the upcoming election. Instead, they'll provide written updates to CBS is Olivia, Gaza's top counterintelligence official, Billa Vanina was test in May with delivering intelligence based briefings to relevant stakeholders, including Congress, the political campaigns and the public and Odie and I official did not say whether in person briefings to the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns would continue. Former vice President Biden's campaign condemning the move, calling on it to be Reverse

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Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress

"In person intelligence briefings on election security for members of Congress. Discontinued the reason previous leaks to the news media. Here's NBC's Chuck Secrets written reports, not in person briefings will make sure info isn't misunderstood nor politicized, says head of National intelligence John Radcliffe. After accusing Democrats of leaks to score political points, Republican Senator Marco Rubio announced the intelligence director tells him he'll continue in person briefing of the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee Joe Biden and a statement calling the decision's a shameless partisan manipulation. To protect the personal interests of President Trump's Senate intelligence vice chairman, Democrat Mark Warner, calling the decision to stop in person briefings and unprecedented attempt to politicize an issue protecting our democracy from foreign intervention that should be nonpartisan.

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

"Pelosi, speaking out upon word that the office of the director of National Intelligence will no longer offer in person briefings to congressional intelligence committees about election security more from correspondent Jeremy Diamond, Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff, the top Democrat. On the House Intelligence Committee, calling this a shocking abdication of the administration's responsibility to brief Congress on intelligence matters. The Pentagon

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US election 2020: Intelligence chief ends face-to-face security meetings

Made in America

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

US election 2020: Intelligence chief ends face-to-face security meetings

"Speaker Nancy Pelosi's speaking out upon word that the office of the director of National Intelligence will no longer offer in person briefings to congressional intelligence committees about election security more from correspondent Jeremy Diamond, Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff, the top Democrat. On the House Intelligence Committee, calling this a shocking abdication of the administration's responsibility to brief Congress on intelligence

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Adam Schiff Slams Director of National Intelligence for Canceling Election Security Briefings

NPR News Now

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Adam Schiff Slams Director of National Intelligence for Canceling Election Security Briefings

"Democratic leaders in Congress are criticizing the trump administration's decision to suspend in-person intelligence briefings on election security national intelligence director, John Radcliffe says, he will continue to provide written reports to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi and intelligence committee. Chairman Adam Schiff issued a statement that the American. People have built the right and the need to know that another nation Russia is trying to help decide who their president should be.

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Intelligence office says it will cease in-person briefings on election security to Congress

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Intelligence office says it will cease in-person briefings on election security to Congress

"The national security director has announced a big change in election security briefings. With 66 days to go until Election Day, CBS News has learned. The office of the director of national intelligence will no longer breathe members of Congress in person about election security. And will instead do it in writing. In a letter to lawmakers director John Radcliffe wrote. I believe this approach helps ensure to the maximum extent possible that the information OD and I provides, the Congress is not misunderstood nor politicized. House Democrats called it a shocking abdication of its lawful responsibility with intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff tweeting. The administration clearly does not want Congress or the country informed of what Russia is doing.

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US intelligence to stop in-person election briefings to Congress

All Things Considered

00:21 sec | 3 weeks ago

US intelligence to stop in-person election briefings to Congress

"All in person. Election security briefings to Congress have been canceled by the Trump Administration. National Intelligence Director John Radcliffe sent letters to Congress today, telling lawmakers that they will now on ly get written updates to ensure the information is quote not misunderstood nor politicized. Independent Senator Angus King called the change and

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Top intelligence office informs congressional committees it'll no longer brief in-person on election security

A Nation Divided

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Top intelligence office informs congressional committees it'll no longer brief in-person on election security

"Says the office of director of National Intelligence will no longer offer in person briefings to congressional intelligence committees about election security and meddling by other nations Director at Cliff Brought information into the committee on the information whether we're shifty shit for somebody else. They leaked the information before it gets in. And what's even worse, they leaked the wrong information on he got tired of it. So he wants to do it in a different form. In

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

05:56 min | Last month

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"You feel yourself getting a sense of connection to people in other countries hoping that they cannot awesome up together to solve the alien invasion. So I think you're right that there like you know dozens and dozens and dozens of studies on that that if you create a common enemy and a common goal on those powerful to powerful factors that bring people together to cooperate. So, and that's also the plot of one of my favorite comic books, the watchman. That it was designed to stave off nuclear war that created this attack on New York by alien and so I think that that is a classic sci fi but I, the psychology behind it is rock solid. So I think that would help the question is, can we sustain it? Could we create systems and institutions of cooperation that will keep it going and so just say one thing hopeful. Is that we have done real good job of that since World War Two right we've had nuclear weapons for a long time atomic weapons and nuclear weapons that could have decimated humanity and we've created a lot of interdependence. Common goals shared economies we take it for granted now but institutions like the. United Nations World Health Organization International Monetary Fund are designed to bring people together and create independent so we don't have these global catastrophes, and if you look at integrate conflict, the deaths from intra-group conflict have gone dramatically down in the last sixty or seventy years around the world if you look. At the evidence for this, there's some good data suggests that we have done it. We haven't been perfect and it feels like we're backsliding, but we can't do it and we've made significant progress. So that gives me hope that humans can pull together and do this. Okay. So my my takeaway is if we want people to wear masks, we should have aliens invade the planet. Or we can do like they didn't in watchmen and create a Foley Leeann invasion theory. We can do like the Orson Welles thing. Yeah. We should update war of the worlds..

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:54 min | Last month

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"So I'm wondering is that a necessary ingredient to take something really that seems pretty mundane a piece of cloth you put over your mouth and turn it into something. So incredibly controversial. So the language that we use is really powerful and this is something we've studied in fact, I have a couple papers on this with billy? Brady where we found that when people are talking about political issues, all kinds of political issues, gun control climate change in marriage when. They use moral emotional terms in their tweets they're more likely to get shared, and so that's really rewarding. Your tweets go viral. But when you look at who sharing them, when you use that type of language, it turns out to be associated with the creation of echo chambers that the only people re tweeting it when you use that language or people who are in your side of the political spectrum, and when we look at political leaders, we looked right before the year before the last election we found that. For example, Donald Trump used that language very powerfully, and in fact, he seemed to have a use it in a way that was able to get his message out very widely and truly go viral much more than Hillary Clinton and part of it is that he's using that language and it's going viral it's getting his message out but it but we know from all those other studies that it seems to be divisive in in its consequences and so if people are talking about vaccines that way. My prediction is that that's how would unfold. It would make the issue of vaccines polarized and divisive, and again there's no need that it should be because anti vaccine attitudes aren't currently very polarized, but all would take I. think is a few powerful influential people. Who are political leaders to talk about it? That way that it would might rally their side to their position, but it might turn off an alienate people who are different than them. This fields very much a little bit like a Kafka trap to me. In the sense that you know what what you said was that these kind of hyper partisan messages particularly ones that have language that's really morally emotionally heightened like hate despise. And those those types of of messages these are the ones that actually are getting clicks, right so that's what's being reinforced. And I guess that you can also sort of say that in terms of activation of a base, the more that you can activate your base and I I kind of think about that in the same way as activating your social media feed right which is like getting your things to go viral I. Imagine it's also very similar that you can get more activation of your base the more that you're kind of digging into the partisanship. So it's very hard to kind of break those cycles. And I just wonder if these fistfights are gonNA turn into things that are much more significant than over much more significant things than mass or maybe continue with things that are seen as sort of settled and insignificant as a mass, but it's going to be more than a fistfight. Yeah. I. So I agree with you..

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:27 min | Last month

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Do you think that there's a possibility kind of on that note that it has a little bit less to do whether trump were a mask one day and more to do that enough time passed where it became a thing that Democrats do? Yes. So what you're touching on is a part of partisanship which is called affect is polarization which means not that you disagree with the other side, but you just simply don't like the other side and so if masks became associated. In People's minds with Democrats then people might on the on the right Republicans might not want to wear them because they feel like that's a democratic thing new or I'm going to be pressured into it by Democrats and I don't want to concede that to them and I don't like them. So I'm just going to do the opposite, and so we've seen in the last few years a lot of beliefs and behaviors that are harmful to the self that are designed just to snub or insult the other side and so part of attitude towards mass might be explained by that would that also explain why people are actually literally getting into fistfights which seems to sort of an objective observer. To be somewhat odd if someone's wearing a mask I, think it does no harm to you. Not The way that we think about harm rate that you've got a mask on you you whatever it's like you're also wearing pants I, don't like, I, don't care. I don't like your hairstyle does it at don't need to get in a fistfight with you about it but when it comes to mass wearing, we've seen a whole bunch of stuff and I'm not talking about the cases where someone's like locked out of a store. Or they're asked to leave right. These are cases where you're sort of walking around and you see somebody with a mask and all of a sudden you're in a fistfight with them. With that in the same space, I think the issue you're touching on here is that masks or now symbols of identity. In the same way that a red mega hat is a symbol of identity and there's been lots of fights attacks based on people wearing the red mega hats because that's a symbol of your identity become a symbol of a trump supporters. Identity masks have become a symbol of opposition to trump i. think he said something similar himself before he wore one if you wear one. Symbolizing that you were against him, and so people take their marching orders from those types of comments and they see these things as symbols and that leads to increasingly conflict and what you pointed out even violent conflict, and so the fact that people are fighting over a hat or mask especially mask which is designed to keep you safe and as you know, the reason we were masks is not even really to keep ourselves safe. It's to save other people around us. So someone's in the store next to you and they've a mask on there mainly doing it for you. It's mainly a symbol of altruism. So the notion that you would then attack somebody who's doing something to minimize your risk is most extremely absurd thing I've heard about, but it does speak to the degree to which have become symbols of identity and it reveals the depth of of. Negative affect of feelings that people have towards the other party. It seems to me that part of what activates this hyper partisanship. Is Language that is hyper partisan. and. It feels to me that that's really coming out of populist movements, right that sort of sitting in the world of populism that we about more traditional politicians who are thinking about uniting. That, we're not getting that same kind of language..

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:07 min | Last month

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Corona virus and foreign interference in our elections that we need to sort of allow that to get in the background into come together as one country under the banner of this tribe, which is America, but you know that that type of talk from Joe Biden of course is quite on brand. He's always sold himself as a unifier would I thought was much more interesting and much more powerful during this week where we've been watching this Democratic National Convention was Bernie Sanders speech. On Monday night. As I think back to two thousand sixteen. And I think about what happened? It's true that. Trump, was divisive figure in the Republican Party and of course, there were some anti-trumpers at the time, but it also felt lake. The party was able to unite around him regardless to rally around him as Republicans and particularly defining themselves as Anti Hillary Clinton. And they came out and they voted for him. But. In the Democratic Party, we know that the Democrat Party was split between the Progressive Wing on one side and the liberal and more moderate wing on another and of course Bernie Sanders was the leader of that Progressive Wing. And as we went into that election, it didn't feel like. Sanders was doing anything to bring that divide together. He did Endorse Hillary Clinton. But it didn't feel. Particularly full-throated. It didn't feel like he was saying, yes some a progressive but it matters that we're Democrats it matters that were let's say anti trump as the Republicans had defined themselves as as anti-clinton. And I think that that split probably had some effect on whether. Clinton. One. So I was really interested to hear what Sanders was going to come out and say on Monday. I thought it was really interesting because if feels like he did a big one eighty. Really turned it around to try to do basically what Joe Biden did last night, which is defined this broader identity to bring us together, and we can hear that in his speech under this administration authoritarianism has taken root in our country. I my family and many of yours. No. The insidious way authoritarianism destroys democracy decency and humanity. As long as I am he'll. I will work with progressives with moderates and yes. With conservatives to preserve this nation from a threat that. So many of our heroes fought and died to the way you can hear what he just said. Yes, there's a progressive wing there are liberals moderates there even conservatives and I will work with all of them because we need to define a broader identity of authoritarianism versus anti-authoritarian ism. So you can hear him so clearly. Trying to Stitch back together, those partisan divides that in some ways frankly I mean even in the primary he's responsible for. But he seems to be trying to undo it to redefine us in this broader tribal identity, this broader political identity, which is anti it thorough -tarian. ISM. And I for one was very happy to see that because I've been thinking about the destructiveness of Howard dividing into these smaller groups on the show today I feel about how figure out what to believe in a covid nineteen world. But I I talked to Dave will a psychology professor at Nyu who's in expert and how partisanship drives our beliefs about the world. I asked him to come on the show because I wanted to understand how on earth wearing a mask.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:32 min | Last month

"national intelligence" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Twenty twenty from slate. It's the gist. I'm Anne Duke sitting in for Mike Pesca. In case, you don't know who I am. I'm a former world champion poker player, cognitive scientists, and author of thinking and Bats, and my new book had to decide out in September. I recently been playing some pandemic zoom poker with Mike where he's been sorting out his spiel for the jest and. Taking his money. So I've been thinking a lot lately about. Tribalism in America, the way that were divided into these political tribes in it feels like. Those tribes are getting smaller and smaller and smaller. So there's just so many more opportunities for US versus them, and I think about the politics when I was growing up in it, it feels like, yes, there were there were Republicans and Democrats and they were you know for a certain things against other things and against each other and for their own tried but we had this broader identity as Americans united together that seems to be falling away. So last night. Joe Biden. And got his chance to really define himself for the American people what what kind of candidate was he going to be and you could feel so deeply at least it felt to me in in what he was saying that he was trying to redefine us to talk about this broader identity that we might have. As Americans. While I'll be a democratic candidate. I'll be an American president. I'll work hard for those who didn't support me as hard for them as I did for those who did vote for me. That's the job of a president. To Represent All of us. Not just our. Party. This is not a partisan moment. This must be an American moment. Someone with the calls for hope and light love hope for future. Light. To See our way forward and love for one another. America's that just a collection of clashing interest of red states or blue states. or so much bigger than that. Were so much better than that. You can hear and what what Biden saying is this idea that it's not red versus blue that particularly as we're fighting this common enemy of.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

06:05 min | 2 months ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Not. Hey Hey, look I think you're onto something here. Is that that that's? That's my point about the career? People who? I've had actually career. Intelligence officials say to me. This is our entire existence of who we are just to keep secrets, and yet we can't keep secrets and wiki leaking, because we don't like something or are we leak raw intelligence, which is worse? Look we also have politicians who decides to fan, the flames and play the game I was GONNA say. Is that just because of how politicize? Everything's gotten during this last few years, and now everybody's just like everybody's losing it and just doing shit that they normally wouldn't do well. I think yes I. DO think that but I think that's across the board Washington I. Mean You look at like you know not to get too part of the partisan here, but but Joe Biden Nancy. Chuck, Schumer they've been there for more than forty years each I mean. It's kind of ridiculous to have somebody who's been in the job for forty years. Say I'M GONNA clean it up, or here's the PROBABL- I mean if they know that. They have solved the problem already. Good pensions, probably though you saying because that's their rhetoric rhetoric is we're gonNA whereas like Mitch, McConnell. Just saying I'm just hold on. On all sides for sure yeah. No I, don't I think you're hitting on something very true? which is that we no longer have a problem in Washington. That is Republican versus Democrat. It's Washington versus the rest of the country. That's. And I have to tell you I. think that Bernie. Sanders is touching on this I. Think Elizabeth Warren Touches on this uncertainly. Donald Trump touches on this, but the people who aren't of Washington. even though Bernie Sanders has been there forever. He's done a good job of saying. Look at this place is a mess. This protects itself. They've got lobbyists. They get paid all the people who like the rules of Washington who are getting paid like the backroom deals all of that. They don't want the place to change because they're really benefiting everytime. We economy that goes down. The loss set. Up People by bigger homes and they're construct every time you go to Washington. There's a new construction project. Rick not to mention the best happy hours in town and the best call girls in town hundred. And government government. People can tend to be a little too proud of how it's recession proof. I think. Is really really cool. How how the Hell do you get that job to lake? Kill someone with like a paper clip. Is there a test? You how you get the Job Donald. Trump administration, you don't. He is the type that you know. Desperation is the worst smelling Cologne. When you really want something in your pushing heart with him, he's thinking. You gotTA, alterior motive. He likes to kind of thing you know. Hey, this guy would be good in this position and and. Surprise you. I actually liked it. I liked the way he thinks I liked the way he pushes when when you. See, it doesn't. Go down this road briefing him. Normally, it's always like a meandering question and pushing you don't. Assume it would go. That's interesting. That's that's what John. McAfee touchstone when we interviewed him, and that's also how we've talked to a recently. How George Washington was not. He didn't campaign for the job. Right and maximum. Maybe you should people that don't selection better than election. Exactly was his. Taking it away from stuff going on at home, you were the acting director of National Intelligence. Are Aliens Real, can you? Can you tell us now, yeah? You WanNa. Know something that my biggest regrets. Is is because of Covid I couldn't go to. The secret places and checkout all that Oh man, so so what we know about the Computer World I are Aliens Real? Do you know? I do know. I think this is all about the definition of alien rights. I talk about a foreign alien. You're going to think of something from a movie. 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"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

"We're your folks proud of you? When you come home with your swing swinging that job title around. They're like man we did. We did good. I don't know. My mom is a little bit nervous about everything. Well. Why should she rick is? Deep State. Good question, you know. I will tell you this in my experience in working state. Department for eleven years in working deny in meeting all sorts of career officials, the career officials are really annoyed with the leakers and really annoyed the people who are not committed to doing their job. By far the majority of people WANNA do their job, but there is this little element of people who. Clearly can't. Handle, having a person in the White House that they don't agree with. And so you know they leak against them and they tried to do everything they can to. Stop that policy I find it to be the Washington way in. It's really ridiculous, so that's the move came in to clean up and the mood. I mean scale. Friend of the show. He was gonNA. Do some serious. Swamp draining with those. From inside the swamp. Nine days later. What happened the Leaguers? Is it impossible to get the leakers out of there because we grew up in DC we you know we have friends and family members at work the community it's very anti intelligence community to be loose lipped is that? What's the sang from back? Home in DC isn't that you can take people out of the swamp, but you can't take. The swamp out of the swamp isn't. Is Not. Hey Hey, look I think you're onto something here. Is that that that's? That's my point about the career? People who? I've had.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on Hard Factor

"First twenty twenty, and we have a Helluva podcast today. We've got Rick Grenell in the last half. He's been America's top spy. You're definitely going to want here that we got the beef taking care of his hair right now. But what's the Internet situation at the beaver dam, Pat Bro the beaver dam. The heart factor house spectrum does not like hard factor spectrum. Internet does not like artifact. I'm curly likes the Reno hard factor. Oh. You're spectrum guy. Okay? You're going to be a spectrum companyman. A good over here is saying. spiders bone, INOSITOL NAS getting point, zero one upload speeds both. Third my third service call. I appreciate the listener. deemed me and told me it was probably going on. At any guys that worked for ISP's out there, but fuck these mother fuckers did that listener? was he saying what we're saying that someone probably neighborhoods stealing all the Internet? Yes, yes, he said that or the node issue whatever that means the. Right yeah, there's no good son of a bitch. It also means that you just look like to us right now. For the last two weeks. The be to mark will, during recording sessions is just like a series of still images of the believe in different. Positions, so that's not fair to you. Guys. That's not. Going on over here, the be really coming into his own, and we'll say marquess that we have is not just the top spy. He he was the. Director of National Intelligence. He. The top spy when you I, know I know, but which is really. On, which YEAH SUPER COOL! Yeah should just call the world's top spy your? You'll hear all about it when we get there, but the stuff that he knows is enviable. It's we'll. We'll we'll get there, but. First up we got three quick ones. Big Stories well. Two big stories in a funny one pack is GonNa be all right, guys, thank you. The be some crazy shit on Sunday at five PM. A man dressed as a fedex delivery. person knocked them door of the North Brunswick New Jersey home. A federal judge astor solace and the judge's son was twenty year old college student. Open the door Daniel and drill. He answered, and the gunman opened fire killing Daniel, unfortunately and severely injuring judge Saleh husband criminal defense attorney, sixty three year old mark andro. Standing behind his son when they opened the door. I'm sure got started about the story Huge News Yeah Yeah. You don't hear. There's not a lot of these federal judge. Assassination attempts slick since the mid nineties right like that's not since Woody Harrelson's Dad, really Anyway, the judge was in the basement. The time was not injured, and at the time of this taping mark and drills in stable condition. Check this out, guys. The F. B. identified nine year old attorney Roy den Hollander as the primary suspect and Monday. Monday royden Hollander was found dead by New York State Police in Liberty New York with an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound the hat. Now a lot of news came out on Sunday night and yesterday, linking the shooting to Epstein, because last week judge was assigned a class action lawsuit from a group investors that filed against Deutsche Bank contending that the firm had failed to fly questionable transactions that were made from the account. Financier Jeffrey Epstein Well, who obviously didn't kill himself? So. Here's what's so probably didn't probably not linked Epstein because this guy that murdered. The judge's son was a lawyer and it seems that we have an insult situation here, guys because Roy den Hollander was a self-described anti-feminists lawyer who flooded the courts with seemingly frivolous lawsuits that sought to eliminate women's studies programs, and most notably prohibit nightclubs from holding ladies nights because he thought they were discriminatory against men. You've got to be kidding me. So. Big Pro Epstein Guy. Oh, I don't know if he's appraiser. Pro Men's rights sky, and he refers to women as feminine. Is The holy show against this? Judge it? All women. The theory is because she's such a powerful female federal judge. He didn't like her instead of. Justice signed on his case. Will that no? Case just got assigned on an Epstein. K. says nothing to do with it. This guy has been facing this judge over the years. They've known each other because she's the judge in the area. He was bringing a lawsuit against I. Get I. Get it i. get everything going on. I get that this guy has always been anti women, but as convenient the timing with the Epstein case. Weird and convenient I. Agree so this guy hand. will self published of course seventeen hundred page book where he described solace quote, a lazy and incompetent Latina judge appointed by Obama. To add a twist to this angry piece of shit, he told a colleague during a case against male only military draft so essentially what he was trying to do is saying he's trying to send women. He hates women and it's unfair that only men can get drafted into the military for service. What is that? Extra Layer. People send them overseas to die racers. Solace had that case, but he left that case, and he told his his colleague that he was leaving because he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. So he he was, he was dying and he was pissed off at women. Who Shot this fucking judges house? Also! Ended up shooting the men in her family. Yeah, exactly big mess up total backfire. A he told the new. York Times in two thousand eight that his anger towards feminists stemmed from his bitter divorce from a woman that he married in Russia, so he mail order bride, and it, and it didn't work out of kind of a perfect storm of an angry and sell. Yeah he should really be mad at himself for that. That's ridiculous if you guys watch ninety day fiance. They're getting into most of the guys succeed to. This guy's like the the twenty percent can't. That can't even do mail order. Yeah, what appeases loser? Gum Glad he's dead. Get Out of here and salute was he was he found? Now I'm assuming that he took his own life is took his own life assumedly now in the car with him, we'll was another female judges. Name the. Maybe they've they've let. See. That there we go because right now up until you said that last sentence. I'm still yeah. I'm still thinking conspiracy I'm like there's probably an understand that she's a powerful woman. And he feels emasculated, and but there's probably better places to go. If you WANNA take out, timing is nothing short of preeminent. it still seems to convenient. Maybe I don't know. The Sky also seems like he could be a easily convinced to do something like this, and then be oft by the people are convinced them to do it, okay. Mentally another interesting development, so he back in twenty two three years ago I don't know the specific on this. Another judge was killed or lawyer was killed by a Fedex same deal. This guy shows up in a fedex outfit. Link delivering your package Bam so. They're trying to see if he's linked to that. He said Oh. That was another lawyer another. Community okay, yeah, no, he's just an angry piece of shit lawyer that would that hated women and kept flooding the judicial system with anti, just trying to take down ladies night, but he's killing men though it's crazy like an idiot, he said, fighting for the rights of men is not very popular thing to do these days in America and women are the real oppressors heat. No, he's the master. He's literally shooting toughest spent for him being a male. Dominated the me too night. After his Russian mail order bride left, and that's when. The terminal, cancer, Cancel deal the. Dollars to make it happen..

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"national intelligence" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on KGO 810

"Director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire will speak publicly for the first time this morning about the secret whistle blower complaint involving president trump and Ukraine house Democrats operating now in impeachment mode one McGuire to explain why he withheld the complaint from Congress for weeks correspondent Lauren fox has more on Capitol Hill that complaint was declassified overnight and could be released this morning in just hours acting director of national intelligence to Joseph McGuire will testify in front of the house intelligence committee about the complaint chairman Adam Schiff says the document helps provide his committee with the blueprint to begin their investigation Weierstrass testimony begins at nine eastern time later he'll go behind closed doors with members of the Senate intelligence committee his reelection bid remains in deadlock he's trying to form a coalition government and next week Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a pre trial hearing on corruption charges he's just called for the hearing to be broadcast live saying he wants the public to hear his side the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger who shot and killed unarmed boffin John in his own apartment continues sergeant David Armstrong testified Wednesday that he didn't think there was probable cause to believe ever Geiger committed a crime no I don't believe that it was reckless for. based on the totality of investigations circumstances of products the former Dallas police officer said should work more than forty hours within four days and mistakenly thought she entered her own apartment and that both John was an intruder Armstrong testified the lay out of the apartment complex is confusing for us yeah. absolutely prosecutors say Geiger was negligent and did little to try and save John's life I'm John Lawrence Jacques Chirac who served as president of France from nineteen ninety five to two thousand seven has died at age eighty six rock was.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Are we'll bounce back ten times stronger little knickknack little knickknack. I love you guys. Thank you so much for your support. David that driver who was originally pulled over for violating the state's hands free law now faces ten charges included aggravated assault on a police officer an aggravated battery David just unbelievable pictures Marcus. Thank you a major about face tonight involving president trump and his choice to become the next director of national intelligence he had picked Texas Republican Congressman John Rackliff Dame just five days ago after his forceful defense of the president at the hearing with Robert Muller so what happened. Here's A._B._C.'s Kiro Phillips the White House Congressman. John Ratcliffe didn't even make it a week as president trump's choice for director of National Intelligence before the president pulled the plug they asked him. I said you want to go through this for two or three months or would you want me to maybe do something else and he thought about it. I said it's GONNA be rough. Ratcliffe nomination embattled from the start. The president picked him just four days after the congressman lashed into Robert Mueller. Donald Trump is not above the law. He's not but he damn sure shouldn't be below. The law Democrats called ratcliff partisan and unqualified president is more interested in getting a loyalist than someone who will speak truth to power Republicans grew concern as Ratcliffe's resume came under scrutiny A._B._C. News reporting the congressman falsely claimed to have prosecuted and convicted people funneling money to terrorists Republicans did express concern about reckless experience was. Is that a deciding factor no what I think you would have had very good support. I think he would have done fine but it would have been a long. It would have been a long hard slog president trump trauma withdrawn at least thirty eight nominees requiring Senate confirmation including his picks for Defense Secretary Labor Secretary V._A.. Secretary and U._N.. Ambassador today he defended the vetting process. The vetting process for the White House is very good but you're part of the vetting process you know I they give out the name to the press and they vet for me. We save a lot of money that way care Phillips with us live at the White House tonight incur- president trump telling you that he has a new shortlist for director of National Intelligence Diligence and he said there <hes> right there you hinted at this time the vetting process he believes will easier. That's right David. The president acknowledged to me that when it comes to national intelligence ratcliffe cliff quote wasn't in that world that much the president also telling me that he's now considering three very well known people for the job and that the vetting process says won't be an issue because they're already within the Intel Community David Kira. Thank you meantime on the hill tonight..

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"national intelligence" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of national intelligence president trump says Texas congressman John rock cliff a Republican and seen as a trump loyalist is no longer under consideration blaming what he calls unfair media coverage CBS is a livia gases as congressional leaders want the president to find someone soon the president last week indicated that Dan coats current deputy sued Gordon the principal deputy director of national intelligence who is a career intelligence official has been his right hand throughout his tenure in office also isn't assured the acting director role and that has caused a lot of push back from the hill senators Richard Burr and mark Warner who had the intelligence committee I'm told are burning up the for the phones to make sure that there is some continuity critics have been questioning reckless qualifications sense the nomination was first announced president trump says his policies are working he points to the labor department's job reports today the economy added a hundred and sixty four thousand jobs in July the unemployment rate at three point two percent though employers did slow they're hiring for the month Bloomberg business news this evening with Tracy jockey wallstreet had a lot to wrestle with fresh terrace on made in China goods Beijing saying it would retaliate and news on jobs employers added a hundred sixty four thousand jobs in July the Dow fell ninety eight points the nasdaq down a hundred seven the SNP's down twenty one points if you're still watching TV on TV you are watching more commercials an analyst at Moffett Nathanson says cable networks have been increasing ad time every quarter since two thousand seventeen Viacom channels run the most adds more than fourteen minutes I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and coming up on WBZ a mayor bill de Blasio on the death of Eric garner until today the garner family has been failed.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"national intelligence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the sound of water flowing through open roadside drain in an African capital city. But there's something odd about it. Passers by noticed it and filmed it sharing footage on social media. It's blood. They say. The sewers running thick with bright red liquid. It's an unusual sight not something you expect to see flowing from an apparently ordinary house in an ordinary neighborhood. So we set out to investigate I'm Julian, and this is a sinement on the BBC World Service. How can you be sure that the house in the video is your house? Ambush by the roadside. To bless grew up. So a gun mistaken. The story of this house, and what happened in it is the result of months of research by the BBC's Africa. I team. It's an investigation that takes us deep into the repression program of one of Africa's most secretive countries, and I should warn you that this program contains graphic descriptions of torture and killing. There are various methods by which you can have duct people. Some people are set up and lured into traps, for instance, by using the friends sometimes the Irish sitting in the streets or in about this is Alex it's not his real name. It's far too dangerous to identify him. And his words are spoken by an actor. He's a former agent of the SNL are the National Intelligence Service in Burundi. You hear many people at our cues of undermining the security of the country, but this fabrication would fake things of fakey events. Fabricate things this is what the security forces do frequently the others come from above. No odds person could give that other like all the people we've spoken to in this program. Alex has now fled the country fear. Hiring for his life. Burundi's a small country in central Africa next door to Rwanda like its neighbor. It has a troubled history of civil war and ethnic violence and has seen similar rivalries between Hutu and Tutsi ethnic groups hopes we're once high it was turning a corner and laying the foundations of democracy. But former insiders say that almost unnoticed by the rest of the world. The government of president Pierre Nkurunziza has implemented a ruthless program to silence dissent, if you're an enemy you have to be removed. That's another former intelligence agent, we're calling him, Johnny. And again, it's not his real name. And his words are spoken by an actor. He recalls the security service that's blindly 'obedient to its commanders and well versed in it's dark arts. Our system was to eliminate every person who does not speak well of those in power. And when we would give him a job we had to do exactly as they told us Johnny like Alex admitted to being guilty of heinous crimes both say they are prepared to cooperate with the international criminal court, which is currently investigating Burundi when challenged they insisted that they had no choice, but to do as their superiors demanded if you decided to disobey or if they find out that you had not kill the passenger with central keel. Then you kill yourself. That way we killed with. No muss, and who gave you the orders to kill when you just told someone had to die, and you will just here orders from above. As correspondent for the BBC. I have spent years covering central Africa. But it's no longer possible for most journalists to operate freely in Burundi. In fact, I've been refused entry to the country myself for this program. So in order to do this investigation, we've traveled to other countries, we can't say exactly where to interview these people who fled from president coins eases regime. And yet it wasn't always like that in Burundi not too long ago. Things were even looking up. Stands at the threshold offer completely new chapter in this history. In August, two thousand Nelson Mandela had brokered a peace deal known as the Arusha agreement which ended Burundi civil war it called for power sharing between the country's Hutu and the ethnic groups with quotas for each within national institutions almost. From fifty percent of the hose. I'm fifty percent of the total half-and-half gave the Tutsi minority disproportionate representation, but it also United the country on a democratic path five years later. Parliament appointed the former who rebel Karen corns Ezer is head of state pierre-claver Benin PA the country's best known civil society activist recalls feeling encouraged by the president's party Fauchet man with movie issue is a coma. Say frankly, things began working, for example, the presence house trying to make them more humane. And those in power heard my voice keep fooling then when it comes to the media. There was total freedom of expression, everything was working comfortably. Sure. The measure convenient. I blame on president currencies won another term in two. Twenty ten but then in two thousand fifteen he declared his intention to run a third time. People claimed this was against the peace accord, which said the president should only serve twice demonstrators took to the streets in those days. The BBC was still permitted to report freely from Burundi, and I saw the protests firsthand. There.

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"national intelligence" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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