9 Burst results for "Nina Mary"

"nina mary" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"nina mary" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hello, Debbie. Hello, John still dealing with the delay on 43 south bound right about it to Self Hampton Avenue. We have an accident that's on the left shoulder on slowing down to get past it right now. Travel times, clocking in at 19 minutes between ground here and the markets seven extra. Also 41 south found the debris on the ramp to get onto west on 94 really been causing some headaches. Right now We're just getting back to a normal ish level. 16 minutes to get from highway Q To the zoo and change westbound 94 downtown, the highway 16 will be 17 minutes eastbound side looking good as well at 17. 43 94 South bound downtown Layton Avenue, seventh traffic and weather together on the tens on M J hello dot com. Could've UT M J five Day forecast tonight. Clear Cool alone. 42 tomorrow Sonny Cool. A high of 60 Saturday Sunny high of 60 for Sunday. Sonny, a high of 70 and on Monday mostly sunny high of 73 degrees. Milwaukee is currently 58 Big 10 returns. Melissa likes jelly bellies and the president's back in Wisconsin. Here's what you missed on Today's show. It's the Wisconsin's afternoon. Recap. You left these jelly bellies over here about what's going on is show buttered popcorn jelly bellies. That was the one flavor that I just really liked. And we got a sweet note from one of our listeners in Nina. Mary Florrick sent me two bags of jelly belly jelly. Go is the only candy where you could get away with it obscure flavor like If you came out with pork ice cream, nobody would touch it. If.

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"nina mary" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"nina mary" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Nieta Zach. G wants to know how hard was it to get Arianna Guerande out of her ponytail for the cover of Al really no game game. She loves L. And we love our Lawrence g went off. There was a contestant this season that you both were surprised. Went as far as they did. No No Nina Mary C. Wants to know besides Christian Serena who do you think are the most talented alumni from project runway? Well I think Sebastian Gray from last season he was grades. And how do you keep in touch at all? Actually he's just designed a dress for that new movie called one Milan Milan fashion to suggest he had a he. He showed passion week. If you guys to go see him now launch and closer beautiful that's great. Let's go to Olivia from California. Hail Livia what's your question. Hi Andy so brandon. Since you're so close to Lady Gaga what do you think of her cramp we find him? What's her name sorry her name. Olivia Olivia you know. What if any of my friends are happy? I'm happy for them. I think in general. Don't talk about my friends relationships. I'm always happy to see everybody in love and she is living life. That's Nice Nicole view wants to know Nina. How did the crown crowd go at the show when Jaylo came out wearing the green drag? That was an incredible moment. Channel SURPRI taught surprise. Nobody knew it. They kept it so on the low down and when she came out with donatella these two incredible icons the went crazy. And that's a very hard Crou- yes absolutely. Everyone's jaded crowd. You need to have like a circus. Happy Interested and there's not not of that it was just these two incredible women walking together Normally I would give my Moslo today. But I'm joined by two fashion Maven. Who always have an opinion up their sleeves. I would love to hear the trends that get their muzzle jackal instead so brandon. What is Your Mazal? Okay my Masel. Is the return to classics coming back. Neutrals classic suiting staple pieces. You're welcome our rights. Okay what is Your Jack Hall? Oh my God my jackal is those nineties ten drills have you seen it there this hairpieces have you seen. I you really and I really want. We will not be seeing these L. No we will not certainly real and these are happening right now. Oh No I don't like that either handled by the way I wanNA take brandon for bringing.

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"nina mary" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"nina mary" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Nina's first book love Nina despatches from family. Life was published in twenty thirteen and love Nina was a collection of letters that Nina wrote to her sister in the eighties, while she was working in north London as a nanny to the children of Mary, Kay Wilmots, who is the editor of the London review books, the letters chart, the young Nina's adventures at the Wilma's house, which included regular encounters with variety of colorful characters, including stalls of the literary world like Jonathan Miller, and especially Alan Bennett, who would join Nina, Mary, and the children quite lot for supper over the course of the book you also see Nina making the decision. To go into higher education and study humanities at Thames paulie which is where she met her friend, Stella, and Stella was with Nina the day, we recorded our conversation. She was set on the same Sofer as Nina and now and then Nina would ask a question, and Stella would respond off Mike, but yeah, it was it was really fun. Hanging out with Nina and Stella all the back at the end with more solo burgling for right now. Here we go. Hey, Nina, it's very nice to meet you. Hey, it's lovely to be here with your friend, Stella. She is sat on the sofa with you. Stella heath. So I said that in a way that suddenly changes the tone of our interaction interns, intellect, where live. I know I know I'm, I'm lacking behind right? I'm going to change high as soon as I say. Hi, nina. Nice to meet you. You immediately looked guarded. I did. Well, that's that happens, doesn't it? So I'm going to little horse actually can you tell them whole? No, I couldn't tell just thinking little horse jokes. I knew you would sorry. That's just you the level generally operates. That's why I'm here. Now you are. There's I want to talk to you, but I really love your stuff my friend, Garth Jennings. Got me into it. So how do you know Goth? I know goes because out of the blue he wrote to me, say how much he liked my books, I think my first book actually love Nina. And when people do that, and they have no reason to do it. It's so touching. So we should've kept in touch after he done that we kind of friends and we love each other stuff. You know, love his films son of Rambo, which I think you had a little, I wasn't son of Rambo. Yes, that's one of the three films in two thousand six the teach teacher. And I was badly injured in the head in each of the films that I was in. Yeah. And I've got a part in sing to oh, good. Are you in seeing wan? I'm gotha. We says, oh, yeah, he's in sing one, but it's really like I say two words in the background of you sing. One big a part in into I so far. You never know though. Never know anything could happen. Exactly. Always lashed. Exactly. The all they great Phil. Well, I've not seen seen to sing. One is just a joy. You've got children. Right. Yes. And were they the right age for sing? They were the right age, for seeing they were little bit older than the target audience, but funny enough, they went seat in Truro, when it came out, and they loved it. And my son Alfie is now seventeen is a complete Beatles fan. He's mad has always been on the Beatles. And when that song, I can't even remember the name of it and slow. Yes, he, he was just decided to sing it rather than just say the title. Yeah. And then it goes to you got to carry the right carry that way, wait, yes, it's marvelous anyway. So yes, we loved it. I loved it and selfish favorite Beatles album. You should know he'll be really I'm going to have to answer that question. I predict that it will be either rubber soul revolver. I think it might be revolver revolve was pretty good. He's obsessed and his favourite Beatles, George. Well, that's a good favorite. He loves John, but he loves the feel of George and he got involved with all those films..

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"nina mary" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"nina mary" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I've always heard this term policing. So how do I maintain and make sure that might trademark is actually the not not being utilized by someone else. Okay so a lot of people have this misconception that okay great. I have my trademark certificate. I'm done Yeah No. It's not a Senate here not done one of the <hes> responsibilities of a trademark owner is to police there mark okay so what that means is that you need to be out on the look for infringers. If you know that people are using use your trademark and you kind of sit on the sideline <hes> an argument could be made that you have abandoned your rights in that mark so Kinda. How long is that like? What does the duration? What if you don't even know that they're you know I'm I'm saying if you have knowledge if you really have no knowledge but you also have to kind of take kind of you know reasonable measures like someone who knows but doesn't want to have to pay the capital to go after them is kind of what you're saying that knowledge but they don't want to save their okay? I see them but they're over there in this other state and maybe they're not doing that much. I know you've got a seven of a cease and desist you. GotTa tell them to stop. Stop <hes> because that's small company today could be could you huge tomorrow and the kind of couple strategies you can use. One of them is using like Google Edwards track it yeah to track if I on exactly yeah and then another thing that you can do is you can request a service where third party company <hes> Ice Tea <hes> Compu- mark for this will literally send you a report each month of anything that's been filed and you can pick which jurisdictions you can pick the U._S.. You can pick you know foreign territories. I had a company that that they were really big. In Asia. We searched Japan Korea China couple country in every come up with a report for you every month every month and then I would go through that report and I'd say hey this one looks excel kind of similar to ours doing something that is closely related to what we're doing. I think we should send them a cease and desist letter and that's that's not something that <hes> I think should be we looked at that. That's <hes> <hes> you know a <hes> heck. It's company. He's at a cost that you know it's it's good value right <hes> and it's a lot cheaper to catch these these folks when they're just in the process of getting their trademark 'cause then people are more likely to change it right because if I'm catching someone when they just filed you know they haven't invested two or three years in it and they're more likely to change it yeah. It makes sense so Paul. Do we have a break coming up that we need to cut out four row choirs. We've only got about five minutes laugh. Okay the show. You guys are covering so much ground. Yeah perfect. Thank you so much for letting us know okay so just because of time <hes> I wanNA make sure as or anything else that you want to make sure that the audience needs to know about trademarks tips for or implementation or how to maintain them or some stories that you feel like that invaluable through your process. Well you know there's one kind of situation that happened recently they is I think going to be more common in the future so I have a client that we got their trademark registration. They were very happy <hes> and <hes> we got an email that somebody <hes> said hey. Are you guys you know the Mike Client just <hes> for background there. They are in real estate but they don't do real estate financing. They do something completely different in real estate guy. They said the they got hair. You guys financing real estate deals now and and my clients said No. Why are you asking oh well? We just got a term sheet. <hes> where you know. This company said that they could <hes> finance this project in Santa Barbara but they needed an up front fee and yeah. I thought I the it was your logo in the corner. It looked just like your logo so so my client said. Can you send that to me so I can see what you're timeout. Lo and behold the company had almost the exact that same name they use the same font they use the same <hes> color. It was a hugh of blew. It was like nearly identical in a logo the the name the non is the same it was very similar. I mean I was even confused used <hes> we did some research on them and we found out that this was a new company that had just been opened the principle of that company had opened three other companies prior to that and what would he would do is every year kind of form a new L._l._C. Um and it basically you know his website. He had literally taken language from my clients website and put it on hit on their website wow so they were basically trying to mislead people into thinking that they're my client now because we had their trademark registration I filed what's called a you d._R._p.. A uniform domain name dispute resolution proceeding with Wipro there the World Intellectual Property Property Organization came and I wrote a complaint I showed the bad faith I gave them a copy of their website our website our logo their logo and of course they saw yes. These people are acting a bad faith. We're going to take down their website so we were literally utterly able to shut down great take down their website and protect my clients reputation so if if they yeah it was I mean it was it's unbelievable. This stuff is happening literally every day. Now there's so how many scam artists and without that registration. You really don't have really a lot that you can do to take them down so this is like your protection in your security for your company. It really is yeah. That's great so you know a couple of things I want. They ask you and it'd be for we are done with show is how do people find you well. I <hes> I'm partner at one L._P.. Our website is W._W._w.. Dot One L._l._p.. Dot Com <hes> you can google goal me and and <hes> you know the website should pop up Nina Mary <hes> and I you know I don't charge for initial consultation so if you have some general questions I'm happy to answer them and <hes> yeah I I love working with new <hes> Company startups <hes> serial entrepreneurs <hes> women entrepreneurs <hes> everybody so great. We asked us to every person that comes in in here. That's a guest so what is your ultimate lesson learned and it could be in business. It could be in life. This is my rule in business yeah <hes> I don't want you as a client or as a business partner unless Sir I would have breakfast lunch dinner drinks with you. I don't like you enough to sit down for a meal or drink. We're just not going to do business and that's what I you know if found like someone that much for not going to do business together yeah that's so great yeah good ruled a hat is what's important to you yeah well. I think that that's it but thank you so much for being here today. Really Fun went so fast yeah talk all day. Actually I hope hope that you <hes> in the audience heard a lot of things today and if you WanNa hear more new WanNa hear from Nina you guys can log on we're going to send it out as an email and links and online and social media so download and ask questions and if you have questions for Nina's while we'll point you in her direction to to help you guys out. Thank you so much. Thanks for tuning in tune in next week. For the latest edition of the Zandbergen Report Tuesdays at two PM catch up on our recent shows by visiting Bart Zandbergen Doc pod Gene.

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"nina mary" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"nina mary" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I don't advise people to go that route. You know I say try to make with some living a little dangerous well. It's you know. Do you want to take the risk of going into business in knowing hey I don't have any federal trademark protection for at least five years and maybe forever because it's pretty high standard to prove that acquired a senior and it's not just they're not handing out those trademarks rate <hes> so nowadays. I really urge people you know think hard hard and if you have to hire someone to help you come up with the name hire someone you know by the way it's not me but the names people are always like we'll need an Mike. When did I become a branding person <hes> I can? I can make introductions but that's that's not me you know hire someone that really knows you know branding and and come up with something really awesome okay so now what I have I have this t shirt company and I know that it's trademarked and we've done all of our due diligence and we're good to go now. I've always heard this term policing. So how do I maintain and make sure that my trademark is actually the not are being utilized by someone else. Okay so a lot of people have this misconception that okay great. I have my trademark certificate. I'm done Yeah No. It's not a Senate here not done one of the <hes> responsibilities of a trademark owner is to police there mark okay so what that means is that you need to be out on the look for infringers if you know that people are using. Is Your trademark and you kind of sit on the sideline. An argument could be made that you have abandoned your rights in that mark so kind. Of How long is that like. What is the duration? What if you don't even know that they're you know I'm I'm saying if you have knowledge if you really have no knowledge but you also have to kind of take kind of you know reasonable measures like someone who knows but doesn't want to have to pay the capital to go after them is is kind of what you're saying that they have knowledge but they don't want to save their okay? I see them but they're over there in this other state and you know maybe they're not doing that much. I know you've got a seven of a cease and desist you. GotTa tell them to stop. Stop because that small company today could be. Could you huge tomorrow and the kind of couple strategies you can use one of them is using like Google Edwards track it yeah to track on exactly yeah and then another thing that you can do is you can request a service where third party company <hes> Ice Tea <hes> Compu- mark for this will literally send you a report each month of anything that's been filed and you can pick which jurisdictions you can pick the U._S.. You can pick you know foreign territories. I had a company that they were really big. In Asia. We searched Japan Korea China couple country in every come up with a report for you every month every month and then I would go through that report and I'd say hey this one looks excellent kind of similar to ours doing something that is closely related to what we're doing. I think we should send them a cease and desist letter and that's you know that's not something that <hes> I think should be we looked at that. That's <hes> <hes> you know a <hes> company at a cost that you know it's it's it's good value right <hes> and it's a lot cheaper to catch these these folks when they're just in the process of getting their trademark because then people are more likely to change it right because if I'm catching someone when they just filed <hes> you know they haven't invested two or three years in it and they're more likely to change it yeah. It makes sense so Paul. Do we have a break coming up that we need to cut out four row choirs. We've only got about five minutes left. The show you guys are covering so much ground yeah well. Let's just keep on going perfect. Thank you so much for letting us know okay so just because of time <hes> I WANNA make sure. Is there anything else that you want to make sure that the audience needs to know about trademarks tips for our implementation or how to maintain them or some stories that you feel like that invaluable through your process. Well I mean I you know there's one kind of situation that happened recently. They is I think going to be more common in the future so I have a client that we got their trademark registration. They were very happy <hes> and <hes> we got an email that somebody <hes> said hey. Are you guys you know the Mike Client just <hes> for background there. They are in real estate <hes> but they don't do real estate financing. They do something completely different in Real Estate Guy <hes> they said the they got any musset hair you guys financing real estate deals now and and my client said No. Why are you asking oh well? We just got a term sheet <hes> where you know. This company said that they could <hes> finance this project in Santa Barbara but they needed an. Up Front fee and yeah. I thought that it was your logo in the corner. It looked just like your logo so so my client said. Can you send that to me so I can see what your timeout Lo and behold the company had almost the exact that same name they use the same font they use the same <hes> color. It was a hue of blue. It was like nearly identical in a logo the name the non is the same it was very similar. I mean I was even confused. I file <hes> we did some research on them and we found out that this was a new company that had just been opened the principle of that company had opened three other companies prior to that and what would he would do is every year kind of form a new l._l._c. Um and basically you know his website. He had literally taken language from my clients website and put it on hit on their website wow so they were basically trying to mislead people into thinking that they're my client now because we had their trademark registration I filed what's called a you d._R._p.. A uniform domain name dispute resolution proceeding with Wipro there the World Intellectual Property Operative Organization came and I wrote a complaint I showed the bad faith I gave them a copy of their website our website our logo their logo and of course they saw yes. These people are acting in bad faith. We're going to take down their website so we were literally early able to shut these people down. Take down their website and protect my clients reputation so you know if if they yeah it was I mean it was it's unbelievable. This stuff is happening literally every day. Now there's so many scam artists and without that registration. You really don't have really a lot that you can do to take them down so this is like your protection in your security for your company it it really is yeah. That's great so you know a couple of things I want to ask you and then before we are done with show is how do people find you well. I <hes> I'm a partner at one L._p.. Our website is W._W._w.. DOT ONE L L P dot com <hes> you can google call me and and <hes> you know the website should pop up Nina Mary <hes> and I you know I don't charge for initial consultation so if you have some general questions I'm happy to answer them and <hes> yeah I I love working with new <hes> Company startups <hes> serial entrepreneurs <hes> women entrepreneurs <hes> everybody so great. We asked us to every person that comes in here. That's a guest so what is your ultimate lesson learned and it could be in business. It could be in life. This is my rule in business yeah <hes> I don't want you as a client or as a business partner unless <music> I would have breakfast lunch dinner drinks with you. I don't like you enough to sit down for a meal or drink. We're just not going to do business and that's what I you know if found like someone that much for not going to do business together yeah that's so great yeah good ruled. It is important to you yeah well. I think that that's it thank you so much for being here today. Really Fun went so fast yeah talk all day. Actually I hope hope that you <hes> the audience heard a lot of great things today and if you WanNa hear more new WanNa hear from Nina you guys can log on. We're going to send it out as an email and links and online and social media so download it and ask questions and if you have questions for Nina's while we'll point you in her direction to to help you guys out. Thank you so much..

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"nina mary" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"nina mary" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Eighty sitcom much like the bachelor does with bachelor in paradise with their opening credits. And the response was some people loved it. They found it kind of fun and entertaining at this point other people felt it's two produced. We're not enjoying it. Like we used to. I say, I think it's fine. They still brought the juice, and this is the juice Kristin who is in a happy relationship with some cute guy named Carter. But she used to date DJ, James Kennedy. According to her she picked him up when he was a bus boy and made him a star. Essentially what you're saying as he was a busboy. I started to date him got him on the show. Now, he's the most villainous character. And he really is one of the most entertaining people on the show, and according to him, he's the white Konya because is pretty bad ass TJ. And he started hot nights at pump. Call see next Tuesday. So she's been annoyed with him for a while. Because he says very rude things to people she connects with his old girlfriend named hope they go and have drinks and hope says I have been screwing DJ James Kennedy while he's had his girlfriend Raquel who's a regular on the show. Now for months, in fact, when we were all at Coachella, they say, Coachella, Coachella anyway sense. They should since they go. They're probably pronouncing it correctly when they're Chela hope rut Cal in DJ Chem Kennedy were sharing a house together. And hope said Raquel went to sleep, and they had sex in the kitchen, and she tells Kristen this and Kristen. Intel stocky, I'm taking that little motherfucker down. And he's going to he's going to realize how should he is? Because she's very mad because DJ James Kennedy was doing see you next Tuesday at pump and wall Britney was there. He did some rap like let's not forget when Jack's fucked faith, you know, the elderly caregiver that I'm obsessed with from last year. Well, that is rude because since then James has lost his father turned to new leaf and aspirin, Nina Mary him and Britney was so excited to get her diamond. She went on her balcony and West Hollywood and yelled, have you? Guy. Oh my God. How pretty is my ring and somebody walks in. You look how he looks at how you know. What James is she was goes up to Jane's at pride? And she got you know, what it really hurt my failing that really hurt my feelings. I I walked in. I was so embarrassed she merely anew one hundred. He said, I was just I was Scott wrapped up in the rat. But I don't know why those those rhymes came out of my mouth. I mean, I can't control it. But I I will control it. I'm sorry. So he thinks he's having a great day. Meanwhile, Kristen and hope take Raquel into a bathroom where a cameraman happens to be sanding. And they tell her hope says, I'm sorry. But when I was sharing house with you and Coachella fuck your boyfriend, and she's like, you're horrible person. If this is even true for fucking my boyfriend and Kristen goes, I should know because I've been that girl that fucked a boyfriend now, I did watch it back then but Kristen had one night of indiscretion where Jack stick accidentally slipped insider vagina while he was dating stock. And she felt very badly about and she lied about it for a long time. And then in a moment in history. She admitted it they got over it. Everyone's happy stocks. He's happy for Jackson Britney stock is in love with this new cat named Bo and Kristen has her new boyfriend, so everyone's friend, but she wants Raquel to know that she's dating cheater a serial cheater. They cheats, all the time. He cheated when she was in cinema getting her degree, and then latest with hope and hopes like I've been aside piece for like, four months, and I feel horrible about it. And I just feel like I need to tell you. And also I thought this way can be on the show again what? So they approach him. He's drunk pride. And he's just like a bunch fucking..

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"nina mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"nina mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. When Zalmay Khalilzad was named ambassador to Afghanistan back in two thousand three in that country was a much different place. The US had just invaded in two thousand one in an effort to root out Al Qaeda terrorists by overthrowing the Taliban Afghanistan's economy. Well, there wasn't really an economy at all. There was little infrastructure. Few reliable institutions Halil mission at the time was to rebuild the country. Now Afghans are on average better off economically socially than they were dead. But in terms of security, the situation is more difficult. Taliban stronger, and therefore the mission now for me is to facilitate on behalf of the United States. Peace settlement reconciliation agreement between the government, and the Taliban that can be a challenge house on has a new role. He's been appointed US special advisor to Afghanistan. Some fifteen thousand US troops are still there. And the US has started talking directly with the Taliban for the first time. I asked a little sod if the US should have engaged more directly with the Taliban a long time ago. He spoke to us from his hotel in New York. Well, there are complications on both sides. We had some preconditions at that time. In terms of engaging the Taliban that they should accept the Afghan constitution, they should renounce violence that they should break ties with terrorist groups that would threaten the United States and others. Those preconditions have become more in conditions that at the end of the talk we would like them to commit themselves in a way that we can be certain, but doesn't excuse me for interrupting does that not a diminish the leverage that you have over the Taliban. Well, no, we believe that what we are saying signals seriousness in terms of wanting negotiated settlement. And I think they also perhaps recognized the militarily. They cannot prevail. That they cannot gain legitimacy by violence. They need to make the decisions that must be made for a negotiated settlement to work. And that means they left to sit with the other Afghans about a roadmap political roadmap for the future of the country and also have to deal with legitimate US and international concerns that Afghanistan does not become a base for terrorists again that will the United States. But let me ask you you outline what the Taliban needs to do in order to secure a long-term peace deal. But these are the same conditions that were laid out and have been laid out for a decade. What makes you believe that they are at a position now that they would be ready to accept them. As I said before radio we had those as preconditions at the beginning. But now we are talking with them without those insisting on those preconditions. So that's that's significant. But America's vital critical important interests is the terrorism issue. Yes, we have our values. Everyone knows what we stand for. And we want to see a fellow man worthy of the seventeen years of blood and treasure the US and others sacrificed. Yes. But a lot of those issues are really afghan- Afghanistan. So if that means that the priority is to quell the threat of terrorism. Does that mean that the US you could see a future in which the US removes all of its troops? Because the terrorism threat has been quelled, even if the civil war between the Taliban and the Afghan government persists. Well as President Trump. American presence militarily in Afghanistan is conditioned base. Having troops in Afghanistan is not an end in itself for the United States. But not having a terrorist threat is the end if you like the most important objective, but how can you ever be sure that the terrorism threat is over? Can you ever imagine US troops being completely gone? From Afghanistan is the responsibility of the Taliban and other Afghans. To bring about conditions that do not necessitate the US military presence. You know, Pakistan is going to be crucial though to any long-term sustainable peace in Afghanistan. Do you trust the Pakistani government at this point? And do they trust you? Well, I mean, it's not about trust. I mean, we we're talking about international politics. I used to work for Ronald Reagan. Trust is good. But we have to verify that would apply to a lot of states that a no. But Pakistan says now that it wants a new page that it wants to help the US with this objective outlined, and we will have to see President Trump talks very little about Afghanistan. Peter singer at the new America foundation did a count, and according to his tally President Trump has tweeted six times more about the NFL anthem controversy. Then he has about Afghanistan, which is remarkable considering there are still thousands of US troops in the line of fire there. And if the president says anything at all it's that he wants US troops to get out. Do you think there is a risk that this administration because of its appetite to end this war could leave too early? Well, i'm. A positive about what the president sat with regard to condition based presidents. I know that the president pays a lot of attention to Afghanistan. I know that every time there is a report of a U. S casualty is very attentive to dad and moved by it. So I'm comfortable on that. The president is outlined. The policy will be helpful just briefly have you gotten a chance to be in a room and talk directly with President Trump. Well, of course, I know the president I introduce them when he gave his major foreign policy address your new post special on minute was not yet. But I'm told. Ambassador Zalmay hallows out the US special envoy to Afghanistan ambassador. Thank you so much for taking the time. Well, thank you. Rachel is good to be with you. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC. 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08:09 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Let's go inside a Trump Tower meeting room now and take a look at that. Now infamous June two thousand sixteen meeting between high level Trump campaign officials and a delegation from Russia NPR's, miles parks. Has been talking with the British or music publicist who helped set up that meeting? He has a book out today, which is called Popstars pageants and presidents, how an Email trumped my life to be really honest. I have no idea what I was talking about. That's rob Goldstone. He was a publicist who today lives in Hoboken, New Jersey. He wrote what he calls maybe the most famous Email in history to Donald Trump junior. You've read it or at least heard about it. The Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton and wanted to give it to the Trump campaign Goldstone wrote that the crown prosecutor of Russia had met with the father of his client, Russian popstar, Agla Roff and Goldstone says and asked him to send Trump junior and Email even though Goldstone says he didn't have any details about what incriminating information he was promising. He tried to get more information from an-and before he reached out a Trump junior, but his client wouldn't elaborate. I pushed one more time. When there was no response. I said, you know, this is a really bad idea and nothing good can come from this. He says that wasn't because he knew about the potential consequences. It is illegal for foreign country to provide anything of value to a campaign, but Goldstone said he had a bad feeling because he was just a music publicist. He'd once toured Australia following Michael Jackson. But he says he didn't know anything about politics history, though, had been made Trump junior responded, if it's what you say, I love it, especially later in summer. So after eminent Trump junior talked on the phone Golson was then recruited to set up an in person meeting, June ninth 2016 Trump Tower, I ended up sitting next to Jared Kushner, I was opposite the Russian delegation as I call them and Manafort and Don, jR, was sitting at the head of the title Goldstone says Russian lawyer in Italian veselnitskaya didn't have dirt on Hillary Clinton. What she did was launched into a convoluted presentation that attempted to Tyne alleged tax fraud scheme to the Democrats after she was interrupted and asked to get to the point she pivoted talk about American sanctions on Russia and counter sanctions from Russia that made it to. Americans couldn't adopt Russian children. Donald Trump junior talked about the presentation on Fox News last summer. And there was an interesting small. I don't even remember what it was it was sort of nonsensical inane and garbled and then quickly went onto a story about Russian, adoption and how we could possibly help. And really, that's what we shut it down with the meeting, which by all accounts was about twenty minutes long has had a lasting effect. It's become a focus of special counsel Robert Moore as he investigates whether any Americans conspired with the Russian campaign to influence, the two thousand sixteen election, even if the Russians didn't provide information that was considered useful by the Trump's they did provide a political tip Goldstone is testified before grand jury is part of that investigation. And he's also answered questions from three different congressional committees. He's a crucial piece of the Russia puzzle. Even though he says, he didn't know anything about a grander scheme by Russia to affect the election in the Email Goldstone sent however he specifically says that the information he wants to provide Trump junior is quote part of Russia and its governments support for Mr. Trump. Trump. He now says he was just bloviating an attempt to get Trump junior's attention, it came from the minds that is rob Goldstone. But it's based on very specific things. Look I had been in Moscow with Donald Trump joy, Miss Universe. I had seen how people reacted to him. I never met a person in Russia that didn't say Trump. We love Trump. It was all Trump the president and his family have repeatedly changed their story on the Trump Tower meeting at first they said, it was only about adoption then they acknowledged it was to get information on an opponent. Which Trump tweeted last month was quote, totally legal as for Goldstone. He says his publicist work. These days is nearly impossible because he's better known than most of his clients, miles parks. NPR news, Washington. Germany's political mainstream likes to dismiss the ascent of the far right in that country. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel may no longer be able to ignore it. The nationalist party, which is called alternative for Germany is now in second place in voter polls closing in on Michael and her party NPR Sarai Suhardi Nelson reports from Berlin it's been a bad month for ongoing Michael the chancellor's hard one coalition that governs here was in danger of collapsing again, this time over public anger on how officials dealt with the domestic intelligence chief and allegations he empathizes with Germany's far, right? The fight escalated when the interior minister announced he would move the beleaguered spy chief to a better government job with more pay that fumble led to a rare public apology for Mackel yesterday. Ben Zuni done, Hoppy. Is among her failure to take into account with the public thought about the promotion is something she regrets Mary much, her concession bolstered with the far-right alternative for Germany or AFDC has been telling German voters all along your government doesn't listen to you Alexsandr garland is a top leader in the party VIN diesel. Danish titan gleefully told public broadcaster ARD if they keep fighting about things that give us higher percentages. They should go ahead and keep doing that gaulan was referring to recent polls that show AFDC continues to benefit the most from Michael's political missteps and is now German voters number two choice. That's an astounding feat for what began as a fringe party with a eurosceptic platform five and a half years ago. AFDC is currently the main opposition party in the German. Parliament, many you leaders meanwhile, are watching the German political turmoil with trepidation says Daniele Schwarzer, the director of the German Council on foreign relations hotness of Germany at this point most worried about a week leadership in Germany, so a chancellor who is under pressure domestically and who can't advance as she might want on on European affairs in solving issues in the euro-zone and hacking. The migration crisis or moving ahead with European defense corporation, there's likely more political. Trouble ahead for the German Chancellor on October fourteenth. The powerful state of Bavaria is holding elections Mackel conservative allies. There are projected to lose their absolute majority in the state legislature to alternative for Germany. Psoriasis Sirhatti, Nelson, NPR news, Berlin. This is NPR news. And you're listening to morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. It's five twenty nine mass transit's looking okay. Stay tuned. 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"N m e dot com embrace the new are you god was from all of us at wgr vr vr vr vr ready also exploiting wtmj as while the block at seventy one degrees mostly sunny today with i seventy six along lake lake up to eighty one inland i'm jane matenaer if you're putting on some miles over this fourth of july holiday you got plenty of copley little over forty four million americans will be travelling at outlier tricky milder more from almanac of about of three percent acreage nick germans with tripoli's tells wisconsin's morning news part of the reason the low gas prices connect gas prices across wisconsin um better figure below where they were at that time last year overall dharma says travel numbers are up is also a lot of people flying by air going to resort going on cruises utilize in the long weekend for that sort of a vacation as well fireworks at homa may be a lot of fun but there were also much more dangerous than you may thank storebought fireworks account for nearly all the firework injuries that happened to children that's according to lisa clint simpson the safe kid southeast wisconsin coordinator at children's hospital because there for hailed driver nina mary hey simpson says most injuries occurred at the hands fingers head face and ears saarc rare gere comper nene injury and the art kov degrees fahrenheit burger you'll hot per day handle she recommends glow sticks as an alternative to sparklers colleen bowland wtmj news wisconsin's manage raising money for us veterans by playing one hundred holes of golf this fourth of july carl carl myer tells wtmj the tradition started nine years ago when he was home alone and decided they hit the links just kept going and stopped at seventy two ooi because i had to go to a friend's house for dinner and that i will watch the fireworks is i said what are you going next year and a you're going to go 100 but it's gonna be something that ties to our veterans as we wouldn't be celebrated fort without a burqa the money raised goes to hire heroes usa which places veterans in new jobs is cherry started twelve years ago crossreference seven thousand dollars replaced of the first year they've thirty seven men and women last year this week the placed veteran number 10000 can find out more at higher heroes usa dot org.

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