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DoorDash releases filing to go public

Techmeme Ride Home

02:51 min | 1 year ago

DoorDash releases filing to go public

"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sending five hundred ninety one million dollars in Kerr's act funding to Arizona cities and counties that have not yet received coronavirus relief they can use the money for public safety small business assistance or anything they believe suffered losses through cover nineteen nearly four hundred eighty new coronavirus cases were reported this morning and twenty four new deaths reported which brings the state's case total to seventeen thousand two hundred sixty two and state dept told eight hundred thirty one and the percentage of positive cases did drop the first time in a day up from six point seven percent to six point six percent since the pandemic started blood donations have dropped dramatically and now Arizona is experiencing a huge blood shortage the Arizona coyotes and by talent held a blood drive today that will continue tomorrow from eight to five and he will river arena to help offset the losses as the temperature surge and an excessive heat warnings in effect through Sunday Phoenix first responders are reminding you to look before you lock last year fifty three children were killed when they were left in hot cars four of those deaths were in Arizona you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news let's check on traffic I we we've got a West Valley closure we need to check on the detour Dan in valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Becky Lynn indeed we do it Buckeye road MC eighty five it is close it out there on the far west side of the street parkway this due to a rack right at the intersection east and westbound lanes are closed I think you get through the strip parkway just fine however you may want to be terrier lower Buckeye that's the way to sidestep that to record in the east valley but you know I don't really see either one of these is a big deal but minor acts up I wanna one price of Broadway that was off right in on the US sixty eastbound absolute one one price a minor wreck off right there as well the earlier reckon the sixties by Country Club cleared but we have another wreck just coming in now he's about one oh one at the state route fifty one transition ramp eastbound to southbound wrecked.

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Bombardier Shed Snowmobiles for Jets, Trains. Now, It's Giving Up Both.

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Bombardier Shed Snowmobiles for Jets, Trains. Now, It's Giving Up Both.

"First story comes from Forbes. Airbus buys bombard. Ea Out of Commercial Aviation for five hundred ninety one million dollars so this is by Marisa Garcia one of my favorites aviation journalists in with this deal bombarded is fully exited the series slash a two twenty program. I think Eh everyone knows that. Airbus took fifty point zero one percent ownership of the program in two thousand seventeen but now with this deal bombarded gets five hundred ninety one million dollars with five hundred. Thirty one million of dollars paid at closing and then the The balanced the remaining sixty million dollars is to be paid in installments through Twenty Twenty One Bombarded says with his deal they avoid a roughly seven hundred million dollar payment that it would have to make to fund production expansion so I think that's That's some serious motivation to to sell the rest to two Airbus an individual era. I guess if absolutely it is but it it gets better because today to A. They announced that they're not getting rid of their business. Aviation a division in that. They've decided to sell their their rail Rail meaning cars with steel wheels. That travel on the ground but So it's been it's been pretty Pretty volatile for the from the bombard employees. A bet you they're well they're probably breathing somewhat easier but they don't breathe completely easier until this is all closed. But it's a good place to start. I was Kinda surprised on the move to sell the the rail part of the business. And and keep the the business aviation but I thought the plane was going to be just the opposite but I don't know maybe I'm the only one that got surprised by that. Well just kind of odd because they had already sold several other portions of their aviation business so it kind of looked like they were getting out of that. So you're right. This does seem like a reversal of sorts. Okay but don't you guys don't understand bombarded by you really don't all right David Hillis? Tell us about bombarded. It's all about the snowmobile. I think he's right. I mean nothing else matters to bombard ebay. But they're Canadian snowmobiles. I mean I think that I think we should recognize that. There's nothing more important to Canadians than maybe Snowmobiles and snow and whatever that sport is where they brushed the puck down the ice and all letters can be sent directly to David Dot Com. All the Canadian listeners may not be happy but hear about this. I bought bombard. Ea problem with Bombardier was they ended up diversifying way. Way Too much. And I joke about snowmobiles but they do make snowmobiles and trains and airplanes. And you can't have that sort of conglomeration of manufacturing and and keep it together for any length of time. I mean without without government. Subsidy so I I just a little bit. But there's some truth in jest that you know they might actually eventually only be down to snowmobiles. Even though I believe the rail division was still profitable. That's what I what I don't understand. Well they did matter of choosing I mean because they owes serious money to the financial institutions. Up there Although I don't know that they're all in Canada I'm sure they most of them are but I think I saw something today. That when the Rail Sector Deal closes they're they're going to get something like six billion dollars or or something to put up against the nine billion that they oh so to them it was again. I. I don't know that they would have gotten that kind of money for the For the business side. Yeah 'cause the are one that would probably want. It is is textron. Well funny should mention that David. I was just going to bring up. I agree with your comments about conglomerates getting into too many different businesses so I brought up the textron homepage just to see what other kinds of businesses they have. Besides aviation and they make the The cushman vehicles. They make easy. Go Golf Carts. They make Arctic cat snowmobiles. They've got Jacobson specialized TURF CARA vehicles for cutting grass In the list goes on and on and on so it is kind of interesting parallel that You know textron has a kind of a similarly diverse group of products and they are leader in the aviation industry. That being said. I don't know how we're doing how well they're doing. I'm sure it's probably varies by by business unit. But it's interesting. I mean. I have a helicopter in my restoration facility that was built by Kelvinator. The washing machine company. Okay so I get diversification Does your laundry for you as well right. The spin cycle really kind of interesting. Is that what they mean by spends now I know

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Trump did want to withhold Ukraine aid, John Bolton says, prompting calls for him to testify in impeachment trial

First Light

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Trump did want to withhold Ukraine aid, John Bolton says, prompting calls for him to testify in impeachment trial

"Former national security adviser John Bolton is neither confirming nor denying a report in this morning's New York times that his new books as president trump did in fact time military aid to Ukraine to that country investigating the bidens is Linda Kenyon Michael sharpening the case for witnesses and documents the call for witnesses has sharpened after New York times report that cited sources familiar with former national security adviser John Bolton's yet to be released book according to the report Bolton who said he would testify if subpoenaed writes that the president sought to tie up three hundred ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine to his request for the country's leaders to help with investigations into the Democrats including former vice president Joe Biden and a son hunter Republican senator James Langford appearing on ABC's this week says Democrats shouldn't call witnesses including Bolton they want to move as fast as possible and now they want to slow down the trial as much as possible in the Senate this is a very odd political strategy for them more than a fact finding strategy that prompted democratic senator Doug Jones to tweet the Senate needs to hear from Bolton the American people deserve to hear from Bolton if we can't get bolder let's get a subpoena for the book the defense is picking apart the prosecution's case saying it failed to meet the burden of proof Republican senator Lindsey Graham tells fox news Sunday morning futures he agrees in two hours the Senate the president's defense team destroyed the narrative created in twenty one hours regarding the process and substance house impeachment manager Val Deming's on ABC's this week obviously disagrees they ever that's against the president is overwhelming senator Graham on fox says it wasn't that overwhelming effect he predicts the impeachment trial will backfire on the Democrats he's gonna get acquitted because this is been a railroad job by the house he's going to be stronger after impeachment then he was after Mahler regardless of the outcome Democrats say the American people need to know this was a fair trial and they said the only way to do that is to allow witness testimony and documents is it an uphill fight yes what I say it's likely to happen know what I say there's no chance it will happen now Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer the only thing we're seeking is the truth and the truth means witnesses and documents chief house impeachment manager Adam Schiff on NBC's meet the press says president trump and his team are doing everything possible to prevent that the president's team is pushing out the argument we don't have time to call witnesses we'd really love to have these people test why we just don't have time to do it it would be too inconvenient that's a

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No sign of end to standoff over Trump impeachment trial

Politics and Public Policy Today

04:59 min | 2 years ago

No sign of end to standoff over Trump impeachment trial

"And now to the impeachment debate here in Washington the Senate Republican leader is accusing house speaker Nancy Pelosi and what he is calling shamelessly game playing those comments from senator McConnell came after the speaker again stated she does not plan to send articles of impeachment of the Senate until seeing proposed rules for trial a president trump the continuing standoff between the speaker and the Senate Republican leader focusing on the president's conduct toward Ukraine comes as the president addressed the nation on the hostilities with Iran a crisis that is now over shadowing the impeachment drama from the Senate floor Republican John Thune of South Dakota but as a very straightforward process one as I said that met with the approval of all one hundred senators both Democrats and Republicans back in nineteen ninety nine the Clinton president is seems to me at least to be a fair way in which to proceed and and won that Senate Republicans have agreed to move forward with soul if and when the house Democrats under speaker Pelosi determine that they are ready to send those articles over here seems like maybe they're waiting for something to rescue what I think is an otherwise fairly weak argument that they have to make but when those articles arrive here we will have a process in place in which to move forward and and and get this trial under way in the Senate and hopefully hear the arguments and at some point in I hope in the not too distant future I conclude this and get it behind us in on to the work that the American people I think sent his here to do obviously there is an election coming up in November the first of all we'll start being cast just a few weeks from now in the state of Iowa and New Hampshire and other states followed very closely on by super Tuesday so the election process is already under way and I think that is the means by which most Americans believe we ought to deal with our leadership and in a democratic system of government we have the opportunities people to express our opinions and the voice argues in that manner and I would hope that that is where we can settle these political differences industries that we have that from Republican John Thune of South Dakota on the Senate floor the hill newspaper reporting a democratic senators are quote growing impatient over the delayed start of the impeachment trial some saying it's time for speaker Pelosi to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate in fact this from democratic senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut telling The Washington Post yesterday quote I think the time is past we should send the articles over reacting to all of that the house democratic caucus chair Hakeem Jeffries of New York sorry say has no the resolution going to like what do you gain by waiting for one of our as speaker has consistently indicated it's very difficult for her to determine who would be appropriate impeachment managers to present the house's case in the absence of understanding the rules of engagement and what the contours of a trial would look like beyond of course chairmanship and chairman Nadler who one would think we're going to be logical choices and participants to lead the effort but what we have seen over the last several weeks all the additional disclosure of documents that continue to highlight that the president did abuse his power by targeting an American citizen for political gain while withholding intentionally three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military aid from a vulnerable Ukraine additional documents subsequent to the speaker's decision to hold the articles have come out that's a gain in terms of information to the American people and we've also seen during this period of time that a critically important potential witness John Bolton has said he will testify if subpoenaed John Bolton had direct communication with the president about this sordid matter and abuse of power and we know from testimony from doctor Fiona hill characterize this whole scheme as a drug deal and the president's main operative Rudolph Giuliani as a hand grenade that from democratic congressman who keen Jeffries part of the house democratic leadership in this note regarding the house California governor Gavin Newsom today saying that he will not call for a special election in the district held by resigning Republican congressman Duncan hunter saying that we received his letter of resignation based on the timing a special election will not be called Duncan hunter officially steps down next Monday after pleading guilty to charges of campaign finance

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Always left another I believe the figure was thirty five million and so of course what does the serial line trump say if you said I don't know below budget he lied give yourself full points as far as withholding funds those funds okay fully paid well see fill three fragen ally are but a better post third it's you know what trump let's reaction will be with his latest lies something stupid like well they go most of it or the blue they should be grateful they got anything from us completely ignoring the fact that a trombone slide again and be he broke the law by withholding funds that have been allocated by Congress and the money he did release he only did so after he got caught now let's listen to this clip it is one of the most informative ones I put together for today does it matter to impeachment that the three hundred and ninety one million dollars US taxpayer dollars in military assistance that the president withheld was ultimately delivered professor Feldman does that matter to the question of impeachment no it does not if if the present United States attempts to abuse his office that is a complete impeachable offense the possibility that the president might get caught in the process of attempting to abuse his office and then not be able to pull it off does not under cut in any way the impossibility of the act if you'll pardon the comparison president Nixon was subject articles of impeachment preferred by this committee for attempting to cover up the Watergate break in the fact that president Nixon was not ultimately successful in covering up the break in was not grounds for not impeaching him the attempt itself is the impeachable act soliciting itself is the impeachable offence regardless whether the other person comes up with it so imagine that the imagine that the president had said would you do us a favor will you investigate Joe Biden and the president of Ukraine said you know what a no I won't because we've already looked into this and it's totally baseless I would still have committed an impeachable act even if he'd been refused right there on the phone one of things I understand from the history of impeachment is everybody who's MPs has failed they failed to get what they wanted and what they wanted was not just to do what they did but to get away with it and the point of impeachment is it's in is made possible through investigation is the not is to catch that person charged that person ultimately remove that person from office on impeachment for always focusing on somebody you didn't quite get as far as they wanted to now that is what you call an honest and thorough debunking of yet another lie from the storyline trump it is equally dishonest defenders and as media that last voice you heard that was professor Michael gal heart let's hear some of what he had to say in his opening statement and to his credit he wasted no time get right to it as I explained in the remainder balance of my opening statement the record compiled thus far shows the president is committed several impeachable offenses including bribery abuse of power is listening a personal favor from foreign leader to benefit himself personally obstructing justice and obstructing Congress Ole short and sweet and right to the point and as Gerhard continued he mentions a couple words that many of us real world rollers attached to drop a long time ago tyranny and to radical researchers are causation protect the fundamental principle the no one not even the president is above the law first in the British system the public had no choice over the monarch ruled in our constitution the framers allowed elections to service the crucial means for ensuring presidential accountability second in the British system the king could do no wrong and no other parts of the government to check his misconduct in our constitution's framers developed the concept of separation of powers which consists of checks and balances designed to prevent any branch including the presidency from becoming to radical third in the British system everyone but the king was impeachable our first generation pledged their lives and fortunes to rebel against the monarch whom they saw as corrupt to radical entitled to do no wrong and our declaration of independence the framers set forth a series of impeachable offenses but the king and committed against American colonists when the framers later convening Philadelphia to draft a constitution they were United around a simple indisputable principle there was a major safeguard for the public we the people against tyranny of any kind of people who had overthrown a king we're not going to turn around just after securing their independence from corrupt when Archil charity increase in office the like the chain was above the law in Kate and could do no wrong the framers created a chief executive to bring energy to the administration of federal laws but to be accountable to Congress for treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors good stuff and all true but remember that was over two hundred years ago and back then there was no state run propaganda ministry to brainwash people into thinking and ignorant incompetent must assist the serial liar was a better president under Abraham Lincoln or that that same embarrassing fat slob should become a king because he was the best president I don't want professor Gerhard concluded several themes emerge from is the framers discussion of the scope of impeachable offenses an impeachable an impeachment practice we know not all digital offenses are criminal and we know that not all felonies or visual offenses we know further the what matters in determining whether vertical misconduct because he's a high crime or misdemeanor is ultimately the context and the gravity of the misconduct in question after reviewing the evidence has been made public I cannot help but concluded this president has attacked each of the constitution's safeguards against establishing a monarchy in this country both the context and gravity of the president's misconduct are clear the favor he requested from Ukraine's president was to receive in exchange for his use of presidential power Ukraine's announcement of a criminal investigation of a political rival the investigation was not the important action for the president the announcement was because it could then be used in this country to manipulate the public in the casting aside the president's political rival because of concerns about his corruption there's that announcement but again and again twelve had been told by his own staff by his homeland security director that this Ukraine stuff was nonsense he had been told he didn't care he didn't want an investigation he wanted and then announcement of one dirty Joe Biden and I had to pick a one stand out moment from professor Gerhardt it would be this one I just want to stress that.

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Impeachment report accuses Trump of compromising national security

The Lead with Jake Tapper

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment report accuses Trump of compromising national security

"And we're back with the Breaking News Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee putting out there impeachment report this afternoon. Noonday accused president trump of undermining national security in his quote Ukraine scheme and engaging in a quote unprecedented campaign of obstruction of this impeachment inquiry. Tomorrow the House Judiciary Committee is anticipated to hold. Its first public hearing with four legal experts under oath joining me now to talk about this as one of the members of the judiciary this year committee. Who will be in that hearing tomorrow? Republican Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner Wisconsin who also helped lead the Clinton impeachment in the House Congressman Sensenbrenner. Thanks so much for for joining us. I want to begin with this new report. It says this quote. The president placed his own personal and political interests above the national interests of the United States sought to undermine the integrity of the the US presidential election process and endangered US national security unquote. Now I know you do not think that president trump asking presidents Alinsky to investigate the Biden's was out of bounds. Is there anything in the report. Change your mind well. I got the report. Our goal is over three hundred pages long and I do speed read but not quite that fast you know. Let me say that I don't think the president has committed an impeachable offense. No no president should be above the law but they shouldn't be below the law either and what trump said. The president's Alinsky was. Can you do me a favor. Now if that is an impeachable offense than what about then Vice President Biden saying I'm hold up a billion dollars of aid unless you fired the prosecutor in six hours and bragging about The problem I think is that this is a moving target and there are a lot of people including a lot of my colleagues who have hated trump from the beginning. You do not impeach a president because of policy differences princes or because you hate him and didn't vote for him and we're sorry that he would there has to be something more serious than that and telling the president of Ukraine. Will you do me. A favor is not serious. Thing that the framers thought it should be the Biden thing. I don't want to get off on a path here. But the Biden thing I was obviously something thing that even Republicans the International Monetary Bank others were calling for the International Monetary Fund or others. Were calling for that prosecutor to be fired. That Eh may very well be so g but not the way that Biden framed it when he came back here and bragged about it. So at least we didn't stop the country for for a couple of years Having an impeachment inquiry on him the Intelligence Committee is vital to our national security so they spent the last three months launch not doing the oversight of intelligence that we need but going on and impeachment which still congressman as simple as that. So you talked about how you don't think that that phone call. Paul demonstrates anything wrong because the president phrase it has do me a favor. Democrats in the report argued that the call between trump ends Alinsky was just a quote dramatic crescendo with a month long campaign driven by President Trump. That for months there had been this effort involving president trump and multiple senior officials officials in an involved. Also president trump withholding a visit to the Oval Office for Presidents Alinsky. And of course that three hundred ninety one million dollars of security that was ultimately released after the whistle blower came through. Well neither trump nervous alinsky said that there was a quid. Pro Quo involve number one Zilenski Alinsky wasn't even aware at the time that The it was being held out and September eleventh which was about six six weeks after the call. The aid was released and Ukraine out the money after the whistle blower came forward. Well after the whistle blower came forward but we also oughta realize that Ukraine is probably the most corrupt country in Europe and one in the world and I think we all ought to be assured assured that when we do release foreign aid to any other country that money is being used for the purpose for which it was sent and not ending up in somebody's pocket rocket or Swiss bank account. So I guess one of the other points that the Democrats are trying to make here is that this is setting a precedent and that if republicans allow this to be deemed acceptable than in the future a President Elizabeth Warren could press China to investigate. Jared Kushner Kushner family when they promoted investor visas in that country or president. Buddha judge could ask Azerbaijan to look into the trump tower deal there. They're all sorts of allegations of corruption. That would be okay with you for a Democratic president to ask a foreign country to do them a favor and look into political rivalry. Well we have mutual legal Assistance treaties with most countries. So if there is a violation of US law where there's evidence in a foreign country. The M lad ends up requiring the foreign foreign country to cooperate with us but this goes much deeper than that goes back to the way the framers set up our government and that was is that the executives should not it be dependent upon having majority in the parliament or in the congress in our case develop separation of powers and Adam Schiff and his crowd completely thrown separation of powers in the waste basket. So if we ever in the future have a president of one party in a majority the House and another party the Congress is going to repeat this mistake not do the people's business in be involved in a two or a four year along which on the tried to boot the president who is elected by the American people out of office. So that's what we're seeing here. I WANNA play for our viewers. Your opening statement statement before the House Judiciary Committee in Nineteen Ninety eight hundred. You are talking about President. Clinton he has not owned up to the false testimony the stonewalling stonewalling the obstructing has used legal hair-splitting and redefinition of words. To perpetuate those lies. The president lied obstructed structed and abused power. I think a lot of people will see that clip and think. Yeah you get offended when Democrats abused power but you don't get offended when Republicans have used power. There is a big difference. Kenneth Starr who is an independent investigator. Which Adam Schiff is not you know ended up doing doing a lengthy investigation sent us? Thirty six boxes worth of evidence and said that Clinton lied both in a civil deposition and in grand injury testimony under oath. That's the big difference. Whatever trump did or didn't do on that phone call was not under old it was not not in a judicial proceeding where the courts have to have the truth in order

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Live a in mere a modern fraction world where of what you right owe front of us called is Instagram total occasion financial now at eight hundred obviously eight nine know what nine Lincoln eighty nine over twenty time two did that's what we eight could think hundred of what people eight think about nine think nine about that eighty now nine twenty two when there some do you really feel did you like him Tom really did very polarizing this day I think we could admit that looking back on what he did fantastic well we can look back at trump probably not not so much but if the moment time it's like music right really I wish big singer right she was always wore she's no Van Halen people listen Billy ask Aston people like their music sacks not like my day we live in this world of now not going angry about some of the dams owner public it's their past they're sick and tired of them to clean up his master ticket out of fighting all the time in answering questions time after time about him in saying that they recognize what he's doing for the party well he's destroying the part is really destroying the party or did he come in any bulldozer they took over we need to get back to what we once were politics isn't what it was lo those many years ago we all look back romantically remember those years ago we used to take out a deal is I would fight with each other would come to some sort of agreement in the end yes there was a time when it was a little bit different with the way that they fought they also do have social media so we know how different it really was because you can hear about it go back in those with those years go back to Camelot go back to Kennedy what can be like today social media ladies running around doing all those things look at Jackie yeah you think that go over well please come on now the reality is you can lay out your impeachment all you want hawking Jeffries where hair at this moment because the president decided to pressure a foreign government to target an American citizen for political gain and at the same time with hold three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military aid from a very vulnerable Ukraine which is an ally to the United States and is still at war with Russian backed separatists in Crimea that's why we are at this moment because no you're just not because you know like the guy the reality is that you do something wrong yeah if he was just a model in around the middle of the road nobody really had any strong emotional feelings about trump would we be in a situation we're talking about this now what because he there's a crime without a body right without a murder weapon well there was this there was a quid pro with it but it was but what here's the reality is not what you know it's what you can prove they got their money they didn't do any kind of investigation it rises to the level of concern and there's no doubt Chuck cares about trump first foremost here's the thing about that shop cares about trump first and foremost like the other politicians don't care about themselves first and foremost.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on X96

X96

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on X96

"All these people to go harass this other person and then they get stuck with bills and he was indicted last month on charges of cyber stalking interstate press and transporting people for prostitution off Okamura targeted a father and her adult daughter a father and her adult daughter I okay sending the woman I must be a mother the mother yeah so maybe it's a family sending the woman threatening messages imposing posting her picture and address online one posting said that the homeowner wanted drugs and prostitutes at the house in a quiet middle class neighborhood in Salt Lake the Gilmore family tormented during the year plus that the extreme cyberstalking and your why did this happen to the family I don't know a team of officers flew to Honolulu got F. B. I. agents they manage to get a hold of this guy and arrest in there in the Honolulu check he he's done this with other people the pope this yeah apparently which one of that's very and what a horrible thing to have happen to you I let's shields move on here Donald Trump new yes let's move on from Donald tried already had already been briefed on the whistle blower complaint about his dealings with Ukraine when he on froze the military aid for the count country in September according to two people familiar with the matter lawyers from the White House counsel's office told trump in late August about the complaint explaining they were trying to determine whether they were legally required to give it to Congress the revelation would shed light on trump's thinking it to critical points under scrutiny by impeachment investigators his decision in early September to release three hundred ninety one million dollars in security assistance to Ukraine and his denial to a key ambassador around that same time that there was a quid pro quo with key have Mr trump used the phrase before it had entered the public lexicon in Ukraine affair so he's the one who said it there's an entire paper trail and witnesses more than one witness is that this happened listen to others that you can listen to a podcast it's one of the very latest Terry gross fresh air interviews she interviews the two people who will run the count ran the company that did the steel dossier you want to get your you want to get your socks blown off yeah about about all this the steel dossier and those allegations that there was a a tape of Donald Trump in Moscow with prostitutes doing golden showers on a bed in a hotel room that's one of the little bunch of other things well in the dossier that wasn't the only no but it is but it is a key point and those two guys very respected researchers former Wall Street journal reporters who started this company the end they do read they do research and they do opposition research are up front about it yeah but but it's not they don't do anything illegal and they don't do anything underhanded they've got a book out now and I forget what it's called but they said there is nothing to disprove that that didn't happen and we believe that it did well it's because their guy steel is you know he extremely great.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The two thousand sixteen election the DMC server and Bristol so the first quid pro quo was a visit to the White House in exchange for two investigation investigation number one an investigation of Bristol in other words an investigation of Joe Biden and his son hunter the son who had taken a job on the wrist was born wrestler issue cranes biggest energy company an investigation number two of Ukrainian possession of the Democratic National Committee server in other words investigation of an idea that president Donald Trump had gotten from his friend lot of more proof that Hillary Clinton had been financed by Ukrainian oligarchs that the Ukrainians had worked in Donald Trump's words to take trump down and then allegedly missing Clinton server is hidden in the Ukraine where did this quid pro quo come from not for Mister guiliani Mr guiliani Absolom was expressing the desires of the president of the United States but someone says he slowly realized that the bride the quid pro quo was bigger than just a White House visit set some one we learned that the White House and also suspended security aid to Ukraine I later came to believe that the resumption of security aid would not occur until the was a public statement from Ukraine committing to the investigations of the two thousand sixteen election and Boris in other words no three hundred ninety one million dollars in military aid Intel Ukrainian president Latimer's Lansky went to a microphone and announced an investigation of Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton meanwhile the Republican view point is that this is all a fairy tale as Devin newness put it this morning it's a game of three card Monte so so is the use of three so with the use of three hundred ninety one million dollars to extract investigations of Hillary Clinton Joe Biden real or is it a fevered democratic fantasy though more impeachment hearings coming up tomorrow and we shall have to see we sell thank you so much our word really appreciated over will be apparently start recording audio during rides in the United States as part of the ride hailing companies recent safety Porsche the future will let users opt in for trips and come with a warning the journeys can be recorded the company pilot will feature in Brazil and Mexican cities first of all the past few years have seen hundreds of were passengers and drivers alleging sexual assault during rides in over of course wants to start tracking that California couple claims of fed ex driver through a package across their fence with so much force that it's squash their tiny dog and because such severe injuries that she needed to be euthanized strange that story there good eating habits for example following the Mediterranean diet could reduce hearing loss among women aged over fifty according to a recent study choosing to eat more fruit and vegetables foods that are high in fiber and limiting the intake of sugar and fats in their diet as many proven health benefits reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and type two diabetes up next what's happening to our civil liberties and our liberties in general David Kirby joins us with his latest work when they come for you next on coast to coast AM can't get a wifi signal where you want it well there's a great solution out their brand new from C. crane to extend your wifi range up to a half a mile away most people know that wifi is super important but the wifi signal doesn't travel very far does it we'll see crane has a new solution called the C. C. vector extended long range wifi system it provides a new reliable wifi bubble up to a half a mile away from your host router that it works with all the wifi devices the C. C. vector provides basic internet service for surfing the web making that Skype calls on the internet watching standard quality video on television and most importantly streaming audio from coast to coast you must have a line of sight view between the CC vector.

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03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a one shot at the highest level and it's so bad for our country there's plenty of rhetoric from all sides but what do we actually know but still down on some key dates in may president trump has the ambassador of Ukraine Maria von of edge abruptly removed from that job this happens just two weeks before massive change in Ukraine on the twentieth Vladimir's Lynskey an actor and comedian is inaugurated as president of Ukraine he pledges to fight corruption in his country but the ones that have another problem it continued costly war with Russia over large swaths of land so if you need the US military aid and also clear backing from the US on July tenth a key event at a White House meeting with the Ukrainians Gordon Sunland a U. S. ambassador to the European Union states that Ukrainians need to re open some investigations according to multiple witnesses saw online here on the right in this picture after the meeting testifies he does not remember saying that but then national security adviser John Bolton Iraq's according to other witnesses calling the idea a drug deal and flagging it for White House lawyers right around that time in mid July the United States freezes three hundred and ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine several witnesses testified they were told this was by order of the president directed through acting chief of staff Mr Mulvaney real first things first mmamania hasn't commented on that idea but has ardently defended the president I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy this brings us to the event at the heart of all of this the July twenty fifth phone call between president trump and presidents Lynskey president trump tells Lynskey but the United States have been very good to Ukraine he then says quote I would like you to do us a favor though he goes on to say that he would like the Lynskey to look into two things the twenty sixteen election and former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunter Biden's dealings in Ukraine among the officials on that call an army lieutenant colonel named Alexander villain the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council he's usually behind the scenes now he is central then men testifies that what he heard on the call was not proper the president demanding that a foreign government investigate a U. S. citizen and political opponents president trump has said the call was about getting to bottom of corruption in Ukraine we are looking at the rock we're not looking at all politics but Democrats say it is in that now famous call that president trump personally tried to extort Ukraine about a month later on August twenty ninth a news report revealed to the public and to some members of Congress that the aid money was on hold on September first vice president pence meets in Warsaw with the landscape during that meeting hence brings up corruption that same day a key exchange between Gordon silent you ambassador a top adviser to presidents Lynskey someone tells the Ukrainian official that US aid would likely not be provided to you crane made a public pledge to investigate the bite it's one more day by September eleventh following heavy congressional pressure the military aid to Ukraine is taken off hold and sent we do not know how long public hearings or any impeachment debate will last we do know this is the fourth presidential impeachment investigation in history more sure to learn more from all sides as it unfolds we return to the Middle East.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"States now this week months what could turn out to be a pivotal week for Donald Trump and his presidency top of the list is the public impeachment hearings which begin on Wednesday before that we're expecting to see a second transcript of a phone call between president Vladimir insolence give Ukraine and Mr trump that phone call is the basis of the impeachment investigations which have brought us to where we are the allegations against the president all that he improperly sought help from the Ukrainian president to boost his chances of reelection next year that speak to a man now he's been at the heart of American foreign policy as undersecretary of state for political affairs under president George W. bush ambassador Nicholas burns he's now at the Kennedy School of government at home at Harvard University welcome to newshour ambassador burns out of let's let's start with whether you agree that this week given that we are going to see public hearings it is actually marks a kind of watershed moment and and what we've been seeing in the trump presidency I think it does it's a transformational week because until now people have been testifying in private we just had leak of the testimony and now transcripts the American public and the world will now see Deputy Assistant secretary of state George can't ambassador bill Taylor these are American diplomats currently serving who will testify that they saw things in the Ukraine scandal that were hit them and that they think are were irregular and it's gonna be dramatic and it'll have a decisive impact I think on whether the American people want to go forward with it each month or not when you say you think it'll have a decisive impact to the context in which all of this takes place of course is that president trump continues to tweet against people like bill Taylor and even somebody who he appointed golden Sunland the the but US ambassador to Ukraine this whole sense that the president can in one tweet negate the the workers state department officials what do you make of that I think it's objectionable I mean what you're seeing is from president trump diversionary tactics he's trying to get us to look every where but at the central issue did he seek to extort the Ukrainian government to tell them that they had to investigate Joe Biden or else they wouldn't get their three hundred ninety one million dollars in military assistance that's the heart of the issue we've never had an American president do that in our memory anything close to that and if it can be proven that the president at that that I think will lead to the president's impeachment by the house of representatives but of course you know in our system then it goes to a trial in the Senate and the Senate as a majority of Republicans in it and they would need to be at least twenty senators who voted against the president for for that's right for I just wonder what you make of the impact all of the vilification of state department employees people like bill Taylor who have been who have served both on the Republican and democratic presidents the impact of that on American diplomacy abroad I think it's been devastating the fact that you've had these career officials nonpartisan in our system both military and civilian come forward and testify to the truth and then to be attacked by the president and the president's acolytes it's dispiriting for people within the federal government we have the earnest dates are federal officials take an oath not to the president but to the constitution it's been like that since seventeen eighty nine these people a step forward in in my view they've banned if there's a silver lining in this very dark cloud they've been the silver lining because they've been so honorable so non partisan in the way they have acquitted themselves and yet they're subjected to this vilification the president trying to make our government the CIA the FBI the state department into public enemy number one when that of course is entirely not the truth ambassador Nicholas burns thanks very much for your time Sir it will be a very interesting week the the days of this week ahead president president trump facing public hearings impeachment hearings against him in the house you're listening to the BBC world.

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Sondland detailed 'quid pro quo' in amended testimony filed this week, transcript shows

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Sondland detailed 'quid pro quo' in amended testimony filed this week, transcript shows

"Oster sunland testimony came with a remarkable addendum. That just yesterday. He changed his story on one of the main questions. At the heart of this he came in and told you. Just tell if I've got this right as far as I can tell. He came in and told you a couple of weeks ago basically. Yeah there was a quid pro quo in terms of there being a White House meeting for the new Ukrainian president that he wasn't going to get that unless they pursued these investigations. I didn't really know. What the investigations were? But yeah. That was the quid pro quo when it comes to military aid no I would never be involved in that now. He's admitting yes. There was was a quid pro quo for military aid and yes he was involved in it and he said that after ambassador Taylor's Opening statement was released ambassador. Taylor said that ambassador Sunland told him everything's on the table. It's not only the meeting at the White House. It's also the military assistance in in Rachel. If all the president did was asked the president of Ukraine to to investigate his political opponent that would be an abuse of power but he did much worse he leveraged the White House meeting in three hundred and ninety one million dollars in taxpayer dollars and I have a different take though ambassador. Sure sunland where people are really beating them up for his original statement and that's really for prosecutors to determine what that means but investigations. It's often times the case that people will want to do the right thing and tell the truth and I think it's important that if other witnesses have not been truthful to us or not come in. Because they've they've been told to not do that. We should give them the space to do the right thing especially before These public hearings. Let me ask you something. That's kind of a part hypothetical about that. When I was looking at ambassador Sunland testimony today? Particularly this revision. He still insists that he has no idea why the military aid was withheld have held or who did it at the same time. Your Committee also released the seventy five pages of text messages in which we see ambassador. sunlen being directly really informed by Bill Taylor that was holding up the military aid per the president. And so he still telling you as of today in his revised statement statement. I don't know who did it. With withholding military aid. We can see him respond in real time on his phone to being told that the president was doing that he responds to that. By saying I'm all over it as as if all work on it so if it turns out that these witnesses are lying to you even if they're not trying to but they are lying to you should they expect that there will be some consequences offenses that for them not just in terms of how it plays for the President's defense I'm sure a Department of Justice that actually cares about what happened here. Not Bill Bars Department of Justice will look at the truthfulness of witnesses but again this early in the investigation. I do think it's common you see. People evolve oftentimes people. There's just some facts that witnesses is will even if they know it they'll have a close hold on it. Fortunately here ambassador Solomon's not the only one that proves that there was knowledge that the security assistance was being withheld. We have other witnesses witnesses that no that was going on. We've heard that in public statements and we can prove that in other west

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"The presence gives you bolsters your case no I don't think we've connected one with the other the facts speak for themselves as it relates to the president's conduct in terms of Syria and Turkey reckless and irresponsible jeopardizing an ally enhancing the position of four different enemies the actions of the president as it relates to the trump Ukraine scandal speak for themselves the time line speaks for itself right Congress in a bipartisan way authorized three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military and economic aid to Ukraine Ukraine as a friend Russia is a follow Ukraine is a democracy Russia is a dictatorship Ukraine is currently under attack by Russian backed separatists the United States it's probably the only thing standing between Vladimir Putin and Ukraine being completely run over by Russia in that context Ukraine is incredibly vulnerable yet three hundred and ninety one million dollars in aid was withheld as a high pressure tactic in February the tribe administration wrote us in Congress and said that aid is on the way it never arrived in may the department of defense wrote to Congress and said the aid is on the way end all necessary preconditions for the receipt of the eight have been met including the implementation of anti corruption protocols by the new Ukrainian administration that aid never arrived twice during the summer Mitch McConnell called up the administration and asked about the eight he never got a satisfactory answer because there is no legitimate answer then on July twenty fifth the president pressures a foreign power to target an American citizen for political gain the Ukrainian president appears to agree Bach a link to the pressure of the withheld eight and subsequently there after the aid is finally released that is an abuse of power and in the time line the president's actions the bridge trail speaks for itself Congress has a responsibility to legislate Congress has the need to litigate Congress has a constitutional obligation to investigate we will do all three and we will do it well thank you house democratic caucus chair and New York Democrat Hakeem Jeffries and other house Democrats on Capitol Hill earlier today we're standing by to take you live to the east room of the White House where president trump will be holding a news conference with Italy's president Sergio Mattarella until that begins we'll listen to a portion from this morning's Washington journal record labels morning Jennifer copper less use a research director at the institute for the study war here talk about the U. S. withdrawal from Syria let's begin with the key players in this region who are they and what has been happening before the president made this decision sure so the key players here include Turkey of course which had dated northeast yeah but as well as the Turkish military we actually have a large body of Turkish proxy forces which are the main force conducting the offense of on the ground this Turkish proxy force includes members of the Syrian opposition including former members of the free Syrian army some of which have had a historic relationship with the United States these fighters are against Bashar al Assad the size argan Petroff side which is which makes is a very complicated operation for Turkey to be conducting because Turkey is simultaneously building a counter Oscott force but using that force to fight the American local partner in the east the Syrian democratic forces now Turkey's reason for fighting the Syrian democratic forces or the SP off is because its leadership is Kurdish is a Kurdish militia that conducts most of the capable military fighting for the US the US that Kurdish forces known as the YPG and it is a Syrian affiliate of a wider Kurdish insurgent movement inside of Turkey the PKK so the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the US for some years now that the American partnership with the YPG was unacceptable to him however he had been negotiating with the U. S. for eighty escalation in the northeast that changed during the call between president trump and president to one went one announced or informs the president that he would in fact begin a military operation in the east what I want to show for our viewers what the president just had to say about this yesterday he brought up the issue of Turkey a very strong talks with a lot of people we want to bring our soldiers back home after so many years and the greatest warriors of the world a policing they're not a police force there a different kind of a force one to bring our soldiers back home and that would be very tough when Turkey had a lot of others they have to maintain their own properties now they have to maintain peace and safety and they will see what happens the delegation were asking for a ceasefire we put the stronger sanctions that you can imagine but they get a lot we have a lot in store if they don't if they don't have an impact including massive tariffs on steel they shipped a lot of steel to the United States they make a lot of money shipping steel they will be making so much money that was president trump yesterday talking about the situation in Turkey we're talking about this with Jennifer cough a rollover take your questions and your comments as well on this so you were just talking about some of the major players in it what about Russia the Russians are stepping in now to try to broker a separate negotiation with Turkey and potentially with the Syrian democratic forces in an attempt to preempt the new push by the trump administration to try to de escalate the situation while we retreat thus far it looks far more likely that Turkey will negotiate with Russia for a new agreement in the northeast now rather than negotiate with the United States now an agreement that Russia brokers won't necessarily end the fighting but it could create a new framework where the Assad regime moves in and takes over some areas which is actually a preferable outcome for Turkey which is a weird aspect of Turkish involvement the Turks are supporting an anti outside force but what in fact prefer to see the Assad regime in control of parts of the northeast rather than the ASEAN because why because of that Kurdish element within the STF Turkey prioritize that issue above all others in part because it is related to Turkish domestic politics and domestic security given the relationship between that Kurdish forces in Syria and the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey explain the history between Turkey and the Kurds sure so Turkey has fought now to a decades long war against its own Kurdish insurgency the PKK which has involved the use of terror tactics by that insurgency in a very devastating history for the Turkish people however the complication in Syria is that the Syrian weighing of this Kurdish movement has not to my knowledge participated actually in attacks inside of Turkey but what that personalizados is built a governing project in the northeast that is a potential model or an example of what a Kurdish insurgency in Turkey would expire for in the future so order one claims that this is a military threat I think that's a bit disingenuous but it is in fact a political threat to his attempts to prevent for the foreseeable future any Kurdish autonomous movement or even semi autonomous movement in the Middle East what does Russia want out of there in bald men in this region well first and foremost to displace the United States as the key security guarantor in the Middle East for that reason the American retreat is a big gifts to Russian president Vladimir Putin who would like to see nothing else but to step in and do exactly what he is doing now the sort of embarrassed United States as we leave by brokering a deal as a priority for the Turkish president and then to use that military and diplomatic position that to one I got put in rather has built in Syria to expand his influence throughout the Middle East this is the headline in The New York Times in the Middle East Russia sells stability at what cost to Russia and can they afford it sure the Russians may stealth ability but they certainly can't actually deliver it and I think that's a key aspect of Russia's involvement in Syria today the Russians have prolonged this war they have one major gains for the Syrian president on the battlefield but these are actually these games are overblown because they have not lead to stability despite the claims there is a new insurgency for example in the Syrian south which the Russians help the Assad regime gained control of last summer and can't even manage to stabilize that so it's certainly a a patch that couldn't makes not just in theory about in the wider region he can stabilize it's not true but the problem is there's very few alternatives to Putin right now with the United States so visibly retreating from the region how does a Ron have a role in office great question so the Iranians of course support the Syrian president and are fighting with the Russians to help him I Sir as much control over the country as they can but the Iranians are using that support to the Assad regime to build up their military infrastructure inside of Syria for a couple reasons first they intend to use area to threaten the state of Israel on a second flank creating the potential that Israel would have to fight on two fronts one eight in Lebanon and one in Syria what part of Iran has a wider objective to build basically a hegemonic security and governance project across the wider Middle East so they seek to link up their infrastructure in Syria with their proxies in Iraq to create sort of an access that can extend the running power throughout the region should not only threaten Israel but to compete with Saudi Arabia and again outside the United States which is the key objective that Iran and Russia share explain the religious rival factions within all of this sure I think the the complication with the religious aspect of this is that your hottest movement which include ISIS of course which is a fundamentalist form of extreme in fact form of sunny as long the reasons why this is particularly relevant is because the Kurdish partner that the US has worked with is not a religious organization they are more secular and this actually is a source of friction between that Kurdish elements and the local population in southeastern Syria or in eastern Syria more broadly which is primarily sunny you know Muslim Arabs so this is actually a claim that Turkey can make to be stepping in as a regional sunny Muslim power broker to fight against this Kurdish force so it creates some apparently did in the sea or at least a claim there and for the Turkish president and what is the what is the risk dominant religion of the Syrians yes this any muscles which is you know of course a limiting factor for Iran's ability to expand ins here at the Iranian regime is Shia however what's interesting about Iran is it actually views itself as the leadership of the entire Muslim community not just the Shia community and so one of the overlooked aspects of Iran's involvement in Syria is that they do reach out to Sunni tribes and they're trying to recruit tuning proxies in order to attract support away from what the US is trying to build with that Syrian democratic forces but then also to diversify the pool of fighters essentially that the Iranians can call upon both all that on the table let's get the calls take in Massachusetts independent caller Jake good morning welcome to the conversation good morning ma'am I just have a couple questions first of all how many nuclear weapons we have in Turkey see how to Turkey is a NATO ally who guards them and can we get him out of there fast if it's to do going to conflict with Turkey thank you very much sure the US does have a number of tactical nuclear weapons at the Incirlik airbase inside of Turkey I'm not sure of the exact number but it's a few dozen to my knowledge according to some press reports this week the US is in fact considering options to remove those nuclear weapons from Turkey given the extent to which Turkey has aligned itself with Russia against the interests of the NATO alliance who is watching them was his other question out who's what well they're under a U. S. military control at that and how is that complicated US forces being in Turkey at this time well Turkey is a NATO ally and certainly not acting like it the alignment with Russia is deeply dangerous to the NATO alliance and that's actually exactly why Putin has been reaching out to to one so as a priority inside of Syria to try to create exactly this scene that he has now created inside of here and so I think I can't stress enough how much of a victory this is for proving that the US has so visibly surrendered to our own a NATO ally Turkey by withdrawing from Syria how is the rest of how was Europe reacting Germany France except right into their have any sway certain Europeans are rightly condemning the circus operation which has included large abuses against the civilian population and is a violation of that security arrangement that Turkey had been working with the United States on thus far however the unfortunate reality is the Europeans have little ability to stop Turkey without American support so their statement of condemnation I think are important for the moral aspect of this in addition to in addition to signaling at least some continued unity within some aspects of the NATO alliance despite turkeys transgressions but I think the key thing here is that president trump isn't willing to step up and put forward American leverage on the table and fortunately our European allies are not to be able to solve this alone well the Jacksonville Florida Brent independent a repair she's been radio programming from one friends good morning question or comment yes my comment is basically you the US has no reason to be in Syria the farmer national interests we formed the PKK the communist.

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the phone call was in the context of now I guess the been secretary state for. going on a year and a half I know precisely what the American policy is with respect to Ukraine. it's been remarkably consistent and we will continue to try to drive those set of outcomes so David you are reporting would seem to indicate that US policy toward Ukraine under trump has been anything but remarkably consistent yes hi I I would say that the words there that I would question that the secretary offered was works remarkably consistent because what we now now we know that the president suspended what became three hundred ninety one million dollars in military aid that the reasons for the suspension were never clearly explained to Congress other than it was being reviewed and that we now know that that suspension was seem to be waiting that conversation with the president asked for help to do two things one investigate hunter Biden Joe Biden's son and his connections and so forth and second to revive an investigation into a completely deep funk theory that it was Ukrainian hackers not Russians who got into the Democratic National Committee and so forth and so on if you believe that Seery Brian as the president believes that theory then you would expect that the justice department would have to withdraw its its indictment of the Russian G. R. U. and its agents who they charged with actually being the one who broke in the DNC right so that was what was going on and you don't hear from the secretary any explanation about why it was the it was suspended so just one more step down this road and then we'll bring in Emily you cite in your article two investigations that Ukraine's top prosecutor actually did undertake in March and they are the two things that the president asked for in that phone call to you know investigate the bidens for possible corruption on Joe Biden's part which nobody has any evidence of. and this one about the twenty sixteen election where the hack was really done by Ukraine not all that not all those Russians who as you just said the U. S. just department justice department has in fact indicted so can you explain what and who the president's former survivors are one on ABC this week at Tom Tom boxer and cold basically called a crackpot right so Ukraine did already investigate these things in March of this year if that's the case why was trump on the phone with the Lynskey in July asking him to investigate those very things well so let's give course is newly elected and what happened in March was that there was a brief moment by the former president Poroshenko and his staff to try to do everything they could to sort of cozy up to the trump administration because they were in a desperate and ultimately failed effort to get reelected Anzalone ski former comedian which is good because in a situation like this you really do need to something number the was the one who who ultimately won and pretty much in a landslide so this was the president's first interactions really other than one phone call in April congratulating salen ski on his victory but first time since you've taken office to to really sort of figure out whether he was friend or foe Sir David Sanger is with us New York times national security correspondent and also joining us now is Emily Bazelon New York times magazine staff writer and Yale Law School fellow and author of the book just that recently charge the new movement to transform American prosecution and and mass incarceration and Emily is a little late because she just getting to us after teaching an eight o'clock class now I can envision her running out of class to a coffee stand somewhere in new haven and now hurriedly jumping on the phone Emily there Hey Emily. Emily my students would never get up at eight AM so impressed yeah I had a class rescheduled from Russia shun us so that that's where the only time we can find where everyone could come I thought the constitution prohibits eight o'clock classes as cruel and unusual that I got that wrong. the law students if they feel that their if amendment rights were violated as well with the make up of the Supreme Court these days you never know how it'll turn actually Emily did you see your colleague Thomas Friedman's column today about what happened at the national symphony orchestra concert at the Kennedy center the other night they acknowledge the presence of justice league you know and there was a smattering of applause then they acknowledge the president the presence of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Friedman writes first many women in the audience stood up to applaud and then everyone stood up and then everyone applauded and then everyone applauded more and then some people cheered and then some west sold and it went on and on and on surprised by that story. I think there are a BG medium has really succeeded in turning Ginsburg into a celebrity and it is a good thing they called out a lead first so that we could imagine this to be a sort of a rising tide of general Supreme Court and Susie and that he wouldn't be involved you don't want to have to follow the cheers for RPG and I actually heard are kind of similar story this week that you guys might be interested in your two and everybody listening about house Judiciary Committee chairman Gerald Nadler. Russia Shonda services I know someone who goes to the same synagogues Nadler here in New York and according to this congregant never was invited to read a prayer for our country that they do with that synagogue routinely and while he was up there this time one person shouted given hell Jerry and then the whole congregation burst into extended applause and according to the person who was there and told me the story the rabbi didn't Shush the crowd as they normally would for plotting during high holy day religious service it would have been too unpopular move who knows interesting David that the RBG thing and then after thing both happened sounding similar without the two audiences knowing about each other. well it is but you have to think about how self selected those audiences are I'm not I'm not sure that would have necessarily been the same in all parts of the country right I agree that there these are not representative samples of anything but I think the representative of the intensity of the moment among what you might call liberal audiences because those those responses may not of commitments at some other liberal audiences would have done a standing ovation for R. G. B. I suspect may be under a half ago yeah right fair enough so Emily the simple story line for the impeachment argument if there is a simple story line and I think Nancy Pelosi is trying to keep it simple. I'm personally withheld military aid to Ukraine against the advice of his foreign policy advisers he then implied to president from Lansky that he'd release said only if the Lansky investigates bite in in twenty sixteen he then tried to cover it up by deep sexing it into a super classified file and by the way he's done the same thing with other phone calls like the leaders of Russia and Saudi Arabia in ways that are atypical for those kinds of phone calls is that the impeachment case writ small right now. yeah I think that's a good summary of it based on what we know now and the central narrative is that there was a shake down and a cover up and then there's an outstanding questions on you know perhaps chief among them in the narrative we know so far is whether the withholding of military aid to Ukraine was directly tied to the trump the trump administration's efforts to get dirt on the bidens from Ukraine I'm not convinced that Congress has to be sure that there was that direct high because the evidence that trump was kind of asking for favors and making it clear that the United States had a lot of power in this dynamic well that's absolutely clear already and then I think there are now starting to be these broader questions about hails involvement about del bar in particular and the idea that the justice department was using its powers to look for evidence that something went wrong in among its own intelligence officers in the investigation of the trump campaign before the election this question of the origins of the mall or apart so now we're seeing these kind of other tentacles go out into the trump administration and into these related faqs. so here's palm pale on withholding the testimony of subpoenaed state department personnel who he says are being bullied by Democrats and you'll hear the use the word bully a bully by Democrats leading the congressional committees they contacted state department.

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04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Democrats have now fast track the impeachment inquiry into president trump the issuing a subpoena to secretary of state Mike Pompeii out with promises of more to come joining us now congressman Hakeem Jeffries of New York chair of the house democratic caucus and a member of the Judiciary Committee congressman welcome back to fox news Sunday good morning thanks have me on so let's start with that subpoena all the state department documents and witness says if president trump refuses to comply with a subpoena is that an impeachable offense. well we hope that the administration will cooperate that certainly hasn't been the case up to date though there is some reason to believe that moving forward given the seriousness of these allegations are that we will see cooperation from secretary Pompeii a we're going to follow the facts will then apply the law going to be guided by the constitution what on earth the truth for the American people which relates to the fact that the president has betrayed his old office he's engaged in serious. wrong doing here he pressured a foreign government to target an American citizen for political gain that is classic abuse of power which undermines our national security this is as serious as it gets but and to impress my point in previous cases I certainly know it in the Nixon case that one of the things that the house impeachment seven four was failure to cooperate to he was in contempt of Congress wouldn't failure to comply with the subpoena be an impeachable offense will remain focused on the abuse of power that clearly exists there is evidence that is hiding in plain sight of that fact including the rough transcript of the July twenty fifth phone call between the president of the United States of America the president of Ukraine but Chris to your question as Adam Schiff indicated in the letter to the extent that there is continued of structure to the extent that there is a continue to cover up that could provide potential grounds for an obstruction of Congress charge democratic leaders are talking about a tight process focus just on Ukraine with a potential vote on the house floor and articles of impeachment by thanksgiving isn't that a bit like the queen of hearts in Alice in Wonderland sentence today verdict afterwards you you're already are deciding when and how you're going to proceed before you actually conduct the investigation I think the policy has been tremendous and strong as she has laid out the focus of the impeachment inquiry moving forward operating under an umbrella the intelligence committee is going to take the lead what she has said and the only thing she has said publicly or privately about time line is that we're going to proceed expeditiously we have because a lot of Percy family we're going to proceed comprehensively what on earth the truth we're going to provide it to the American people and I'm gonna make some decisions you say makes a decision for you of already laid out a pretty dramatic case about betraying the country but trying the oath of office based on the evidence you've seen will the house vote to impeach Donald Trump that remains to be seen. because we are in the middle of a process but here's what's clear in his a story that needs to be told to the American people that the Congress on a bipartisan basis allocated three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military and state department aide to the Ukrainian government Ukraine is an ally they're under attack right now my Russian backed separatists in Crimea in February of the administration said to the Congress that the aid to Ukraine is on the way yet it never was sent then in may the administration again said to the Congress that the eight to Ukraine is on the way and that all necessary preconditions including as it relates to anti corruption activity has been met get the aid never made it then comes in July twenty fifth call with the president of the United States pressure is the president of Ukraine to commence an investigation against a political opponent there by soliciting foreign interference in the twenty twenty election the president of Ukraine agrees as based on the rough transcript sometime thereafter all of a sudden in September the eight is released after it's clear that there was a whistle blower complaint he's a very troubling facts here I'm going to bring them to life in America but I I want to pick up on exactly that point that's the basic charge on the whistle blower that the president use the leverage of aid to try to get the Ukrainian president to dig up dirt on vice president former vice president Joe Biden here with this week in the Ukrainian president's allows the map with president trump and here's what they sat. it was normal we spoke.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"That is classic abuse of power which undermines our national security this is as serious as it gets but and to impress my point in previous cases I certainly know in the Nixon case that one of the things that the house impeach Nixon for was failure to cooperate to he was in contempt of Congress wouldn't failure to comply with the subpoena be an impeachable offense will remain focused on the abuse of power that clearly exists there is evidence that is hiding in plain sight of that fact including the rough transcript of the July twenty fifth phone call between the president of the United States of America the president of Ukraine but Chris to your question as Adam Schiff indicated in the letter to the extent that there is continued abstraction to the extent that there is a continue to cover up that could provide potential grounds for an obstruction of Congress charge democratic leader is it you are talking about a tight process focus just on Ukraine with a potential vote on the house floor and articles of impeachment by thanksgiving isn't that a bit like the queen of hearts in Alice in Wonderland sentence today verdict afterwards you you're already are deciding when and how you're going to proceed before you actually conduct the investigation I think the policy has been tremendous and strong as she has laid out the focus of the impeachment inquiry moving forward operating under an umbrella the intelligence committee is going to take the lead what she has said and the only thing she has said publicly or privately about time line is that we're going to proceed expeditiously we have cost on a proceed fairly we're going to proceed comprehensively with on earth the truth we're going to provide it to the American people and we're going to make some decisions you say makes a decision for you of already laid out a pretty dramatic case about betraying the country but trying the out of office based on the evidence you've seen will the house vote to impeach Donald Trump. that remains to be seen because we are in the middle of a process but here's what's clear in his a story that needs to be told to the American people that the Congress on a bipartisan basis allocated three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military and state department aide to the Ukrainian government Ukraine as an ally they're under attack right now by Russian backed separatists in Crimea in February of the administration said to the Congress that the aid to the Ukraine is on the way yet it never was sent then in may the administration again said to the Congress that the U. eight to U. crane is on the way and that all necessary preconditions including as it relates to anti corruption activity has been met get the aid never made it then comes in July twenty fifth call with the president of the United States pressure is the president of Ukraine to commence an investigation against a political opponent thereby soliciting foreign interference in the twenty twenty election the president of Ukraine agrees as based on the rough transcript sometime thereafter all of a sudden in September the eight is released after it's clear that that was a whistle blower complaint he's a very troubling facts here I'm going to bring them to life in America but I I want to pick up on exactly that point that's the basic charge on the whistle blower that the president use the leverage of aid to try to get the Ukrainian president to dig up dirt on vice president former vice president Joe Biden here with this week in the with the Ukrainian president's Lansky met with president trump and here's what they sat. it was.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Two years but listen the I can't count the team out for that you know but best of luck to him yeah there's no doubt they got a capable backup all right in in sports betting now is legal in in open for southern Indiana two places in southern Indiana you can go to sports watch the games and bad on the coin flip you can bet on the scores and man I do want to caution you though I want to caution that if if your Kentucky resident and you go over there to bet. Matt Bevin has let us know that if you better sports book one out of five people commit suicide that's right. careful yeah you warned is very very carefully mode is yeah it don't. seven so one to let us know that is don't don't don't say that it's not true to him right hill roll is out and then have one of his secret service people be job right I wonder what kind of apples his high horse preserve prefers is at the green apples are like granny Smith last week last week chapter two for it was the number one movie and it was basically the only movie that people saw ninety one million dollars last week and the second place only made six so I'm not making this up basically that was the only. it dominated last week I don't know if they're going to hold on to the top spot my son went to see it he loved it one and he said Hey it's okay it's it's not as scary yeah do you think he didn't like it as much because then it won its kids his age and it too all right. rating it Sir because they listen and you're like a detective high yeah. your brain detective wouldn't use sort of a. cracked the case the way what was number two was an opportunity number two movie was the the angels fall well that's that's why right yeah going on with this and I never heard a dance song okay the Dallas last week when Dallas just destroyed the giants hoping okay.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"After the. thank you for listening. the mark laser show thank you for let me ride shock and all. over there that's just sees. well what was I going with all I can apparently I am in the minority. from over the weekend as I guess I'm one of the few people that did not see it chapter two did you happen to see this and I'm talking about this is Pennywise the clown is that horror sequel. did you did you see it it's ninety one million dollars is what it raked in over the weekend did you see that no I didn't see ninety one million dollars apparently you and I are in the minority we didn't see it it's got to be one of the all time greatest openings for a horror movie ever I mean I might that might be the record I don't know that sounds a hundred million dollars almost for a. a movie about a clown that that that kills people that since that's amazing where we are and it is a second installment right I see which is you and I both though it seems though that that typically is not as good at. and I say that song and she is not as good as the first one not as good as the first it if you will yeah I know I had a cash I think I can count on maybe one hand a couple movies were the sequel was better and the only one that really comes to mind right now is terminator I thought terminator two is better than the original yeah there's very few you're right that I have the second one that would be considered better or top the first one if you will but. when you look at this and see the ninety one million dollars was spent seeing this over the weekend you have to ask what people were just really bored I guess how do you ninety one million dollars for this this this flick it's you know I mean let's face it it's pretty silly you know this far as the the killer croc plus it's responsible for maybe a lot of kids out of the gate being scared to Clara Holmes well you're not taking your eight year old to go see this movie for crying out loud but I mean do you know do you like my kids are scared to climb in their people are scared of clowns and this might be the reason right now might my kids are very little exposure to clowns and a you know just other than when I put on the Browns you know..

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Joining starting at the US open column when Novak Djokovic she through to the fourth round that will fit is that wasn't the weather that he'd have to withdrawal yes during the defending champion sustained a shoulder injury in his previous matches some Wednesday night against the Argentinian want a mass yet long data needed to on court treatment from the trying to three times in that match word went round trip before his match last night against Dennis could lead and it was on the verge of pulling out in fact they even suggested there's gonna be a press conference taking place he didn't just it didn't pull out that he played the match and won in straight sets so no problems with the shoulder he's through to the fourth round and so I was Roger Federer who thrash don Evans of great Britney took just a few minutes to win this one six two six two six one no big upsets in the women's singles either yet no shocks there either the winners included three former world number ones actually boxy who is the reigning French Open champion and the number two seed in New York she beat Maria Sachar in that straight set seven five six three carrying a push given the number three seed beat you need his own zipper in three sets and Serena Williams is through as well she be carrying a mocha from the Czech Republic and still has that twenty fourth grand slam singles title in a science yeah I was you know how to go about their business but I think I tried to do that with all three matches suppose far yeah this is different because I know that she could play it and I knew what she could do I like I said on the court I don't know how I would remember foreman's and just got to keep playing and believing I'm turning to football Romelu Lukaku is it back Gary Nevil this is because he was criticized about his attitude okay yes the kaku less left Manchester United in the summer to go to the internet you know initially ninety one million dollars the FE es scored on his debut fit into this weekend's let Cheney at mainly game of the season but never listens question the caucus fitness in his work I think during this time United the **** who scored forty two goals during his two seasons that and said he has nothing to prove and he's not happy with levels comments you can speak it maybe like about the fitness but don't ever talk about my professionalism that are don't do that I don't work hard enough that something that you conflict I don't drink I don't smoke on at home all the time the last year was just the budget and it can happen in football but you just have to move on and I just want to do my best friend to Milan and this is also said he scored on his debut at in this week he's going to take all of the good stuff that a few football is on its way from around Europe last night in Spain athletic Bilbao B. rouse Sofia that to nail that's in the Basque dobby Celtic Bilbao top of the table in Spain thank you ma'am one tune that match to get top of the gun Francis's but they might stay there for the rest of the season and see my verna scored a hat trick is Leipzig one three when it but as you mention glad back as three wins out of three that for them in Japanese bondage Leica I like bold predictions of the state thank you column column Harrison with the sport now for almost a month now unprecedented restrictions on freedoms have been in place in Indian administered Kashmir since the government in Delhi unilaterally withdrew the region's semi autonomous status authorities have arrested as many as three thousand people including high profile politicians lawyers journalists and protest is the Indian government claims their actions are preemptive and designed to maintain law and order in India's only Muslim majority state the country's army has been fighting a separatist militancy in the region for almost thirty years will depend dressing huda a retired Indian Army general who commanded troops in Kashmir in twenty sixteen told the BBC the restrictions were necessary to protect Kashmiri's the army is actually meant to protect civilians and that's how we see our role but you know there's also a big dilemma here for the for the government as to how to handle the situation you have distractions and make sure that I will civilian deaths will there be civilian deaths we have a huge turn out in the children are you would have people you know who swear at that time that they would go pick up the gun become local areas the one good part is that the high wouldn't be in civilian that's the law because of this crackdown and the other side of course is that the longer this country knows it you don't feed so then pointed creeds ainda and so it makes long term conflict resolution that much more difficult with a near communications blackout and a battle non Indian journalists entering Kashmir information about what's been happening on the ground has been slow to emerge one of the people he's managed to speak to us is into judge of it the daughter of the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir at maybe but moved to she's not left Kashmir and is on the line he'll teach you welcome to the program thank you for having me on your show tell us about what you're hearing from Kashmir now that you've left the region well as you know are you know the Indian government is trying its best to control the narrative and they're trying to shape of the day the kind of discourse that you're hearing that's coming out from push me right now is that things are normal despite the fact that there's been a complete information blackout and you know see your restrictions have been placed on paper but what I'm really hearing from report does is that people are very angry there's a lot of resentment that's brewing amongst the market now because they've been Keach like animals and honestly I just hold and you know for my the genders speak before I went on a and I think you know that claims of seeing that they're doing this to fought decks in is is full of contradictions because first of all why not why you want this to be eating decks you know at least allow the people to get out and protest the so you do not have faith in your own people do you not have faith in Christianity and you know they're entitled clean that there's been no deaths how can we believe that if if that would be the case then they'd allow it please the information free access but right now I I don't think people what that the government of indices to be honest a word about you'll situation under your mother was among those detained after the special status was revoked what contact if any have you been able to have with her since well it's almost been a month since my model was taken away from home and she's been jailed and frankly the to to get the government of India to even give me my right I have to approach the media and it was only after you know ID the letter to the me over to the office because in case you need it was picked up by the media it was only then that the government of India relented and the allows my family my mother I haven't been my make my mother because I had to escape push me out they had put me under even the detention and I've been told by a very senior police officers in the administration that I would be put under detention if I've done so for me it's it's very much like Hobson's choice if I go back I'm detained and I will not be allowed to speak to anybody and I cannot you know articulate what pushed me these are going to how they're being suppressed so for me frankly it's it's been a very tough and a dramatic choice to make but after losing to stay outside the city because I know one cycle back my rights are going to be taken away again I'm going to do you'll have heard that I've got two guys with me I'm just gonna get some brief thoughts from them and then I'll come back to you with some final observations Michael's arms to my views you're listening to this story well the first thing that came to mind is Turkey and Mister Andrew everyone's says steps after the the crew of of a few years ago we're we're basically the same people get rounded up and then you think back can you think of the Cultural Revolution you think of Cambodia you think of places where the first people who go are the politicians the lawyers the journalists the professors who could actually structure rational kind of response and the second thing of course is that cashmere is a tinderbox and and one of the real dangerous unresolved situations in the world is India and and Pakistan you know that that kind of constant competition which a nationalist in India is can't lose by kind of playing up to his to his core audience Laura thought before I go back to what I'm just thinking about where this is going to end you know kids who have you know that the situation is obviously very from at the moment but you know is that kind of level of intimidation going to continue and who's going to help catch me and and all that it was referred to in that clip that you heard before we began speaking that some point one assumes elements of what is happening now will be relaxed which means that the anger that he's currently in your words suppressed we'll have to express itself in some way so what do you fear lies ahead well first of all their claims that there are restrictions are being lifted are I would see their based on lies because if I give you ten random land line numbers right now I'm pretty sure they would book I would see that the government of India is very scared right now because the north a unilateral action is going to cause you know a backslash but my body is that the government of India is basically trying to pulled over the eyes of the international press because they're the ones who made such a noise about this operates as they live with unfortunately my fear is that this is going to go on for too long I mean there is still no clarity about how many people have been beating BBC recently did a story about how my nose wheel well being taken by the army and how the army's store children you know date beating civilians and they're asking them not to protest so finally I was so honestly I don't see any light at the end of the tunnel I mean that clean that they're going to lift restrictions can anybody I asked them if they have a plan there is complete radio silence when you ask them please tell us the specifics when do you plan to resume telecommunications when do you plan to lift the ban on internet you know when can people stopped talking to each other on their phones and start using their cellphones soul honestly I believe that they don't have any plans of the list at lifting restrictions anytime soon and that's that's very dangerous and it also I mean just as a final thought in a brief one if you are a moderate secular individual living in Indian Kashmir and you want to engage in political debates in the way that people do all over the world if if they're allowed to that kind of voice presumably is not being heard at the moment it's not being hard because that secular democratic voices and smothered I mean I've been speaking up I've been giving in I've been given interviews I think you are giving interviews sorry excuse at all but if you go on Twitter and if you see me at the I'm least an entire army officials that are you know that down people to give found documents soul frankly their actions have bush secular democratic people into a corner because we have applied with media that just wants to give you the washing of the government it's become a propaganda arm of the government okay so there is no place for markets like me I'm a secular Muslim I practice my religion but at the same time I I am not a criminal matters I believe in a secular democratic principles but unfortunately there is no space for me now I can forgive me that time has.

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Oh man. That was fun. Good a little back and forth there. And I wish we could say what he said is he was leaving Eric Stonestreet. That was very funny. Very funny. I don't know if the five us ever laughed that hard. I I, I was I was I was giving it to him. I was going back and forth with him. I don't know why I really like him. I just thought you know, we just got into that I'm gonna I'm gonna poke you can analyze this one, I minored in psychology I think you're upset about last night. And then Stonestreet walks in. He is nothing but a nice guy. He's extremely talented and successful. And, and you're like I'm gonna even I wanna make this guy of set. Yeah. But I'm happy for people who do will course I am. It's fun to jab a little with the chiefs. Typical Lloyd sent a tweet don't beat yourself up DP. I mean Tom Brady still has at one patriot of the week. It could be worse. He's right. I mean I get that. Oh, I was going to mention the blazers are expected to agree to a supermax extension this off season. For Damian Lillard guys wanna take guests. It's four years. One hundred ninety one million dollars for Damian Lillard blazers fifty million a year just about that allowed. That's the supermax that's super that is the supermax four years. One hundred ninety one million that's on. Thank you. Todd. Thank you. If you missed any of the interviews from the Mercedes AMT, man cave. Just go to the Dan Patrick show app where you can watch, and listen from inside Mercedes human caper Sadie, same Trie driving performance..

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"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"ninety one million dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Growth. The two thousand nineteen forecast update from net worth radio. Partly boring with scattered surprises, the wilting of US equity markets this week concurrent with European Central Bank, cutting their growth estimates to just one percent. China reports a twenty percent drop in exports sending their markets down four percent at the end of the week. Alex toluene joining me, he's head of trading at McGowan group asset management, you'll be pleased to know, Alex. In rare form got a steroid shot yesterday. Alex. Apparently, that's fired up today. Bigger stronger, faster Spencer. Okay. We've we will brace ourselves for the toluene contributions. The prophet hit action will. Yeah. You. You were wilting yesterday. Like the Dow this week and then this morning, you came out all Chipper, so her death and ready to go you need special permission or not prescription to get a steroid shot. But anyway. That's good. Okay, beware. The IPO a frequent theme here on net worth radio. And alex. You've been looking at a at a pretty famous IPO that will be out in the next ten days. And what's your what's your take on the the upcoming most heralded IPO that I can recall? Yeah. So two things. This year. We're going to see to really big IPO's one is lift the ridesharing application company and over lift is coming public like you said in the next ten days. They lose nine hundred in in ninety one million dollars in twenty eighteen. That's a billion. Can we round it? Yeah. Okay. Losing a billion revenue exploding do point two billion. Why like lift better? There was some dude in Richardson that like. Was using my Uber. Yeah. I know where his house is still needed the app it shut it down to lift. I hadn't gone back to Uber because I don't want to give free rides to people in Richardson. Wow. Yeah. I haven't checked. I kinda recorded the address somewhere, but I, you know, had bigger fish to fry like pliant prophets. And with our forecast, partly boring and scattered surprises. It's today's discussion is going to focus on strategy for making money if there's near zero growth, according to the year. So let's cover more about the live to. Okay. Well, here's what here's what was interesting to me. Your revenue devils to two point two billion. I'm we're still losing about a billion a year. And I'm like, well, you know, if does that mean you need, you know, four and a half billion to get to to where you're profitable. Overdid eleven billion and they're still losing too much money to. Yeah. So. It's a contest more. It's a contest just loosen money. What did you say losing money every trade making it up in volume? That's right. Make money on your losses. Okay. Which by the way cannot happen. You can never make money on lots of just saying, you know, had one of our oil executives wanted to trade a company in Houston. We'll field service supply won't name the name. But the results just looked horrible. And we took our medicine, and exited this trade that he wanted to do. But you know, I told him I said my mistakes. Ninety percent of my mistakes could be eliminated by not buying a company that's losing money. That's that's my take on lift because usually you get tax loss selling about the same time that they return to profitability, and then he figured out and that was the strategy with XM satellite member that serious. I mean much-heralded why they all went for both of them went from two hundred to two or something. So and then, you know, now, it's Sirius XM stabilized and actually make money, but to you she had a nice trade. Miss remembering I need to check my facts on that one. But, but I, but it was the similar situation where you say, okay, I'm going to get in when they start to make money because the irony irony when companies reach profitability, they get value differently. Right. That's great. You go from this frothy overvaluation to something more reasonable at that point. Because you your metrics change from blue sky to profit. So. We we've seen other popular in infrastructure expensive from never search standpoint. Companies can public mean blue blue apron, I think is a good example came out. I think he tried to hide fourteen is trading at near a dollar now. Oh, yeah. You you. You said this does not look good. Yeah. I I didn't like that. At all. What was just, you know, especially because what there's budget things out there. Like breeds and caviar tips treats has their own delivery. Those cookies are good. Kicki? Warm cookies had here. Let me get them one night. We waited like two hours for those cookies, and when they finally arrived we were so -ticipant it over eight tips treats. Okay. Right. So I think it case there's any misinterpretation out there. There's the lift discussion started with beware the IPO it progressed right to their losing lost a billion last year. And the the thirty two percent increase in losses. Revenue doubled. Yeah. Yeah. That's not it doesn't feel better. But anyway, the investment bankers have scheduled IPO's near you. And the irony on lift and some other things that we'll talk about today on the slowing global growth theme is the that's coming to an index fund near you. Right. So if they're going to have a market cap of twenty billion dollars, they're going to be in the index funds. That's true. Yeah. And so the index the index funds have to buy it. But it's low cost even though you're probably overpaying for lift as a new allocation in index funds. I've just just saying that's one of the problems. Can I say? No. If if it's a growing profitable comedy gets at it's an index fun. I think that's great market cap only. And that's the only real reason why you'd buy it is because it's going next fun. I I don't think that's a great idea. No, no. That's what it's done. Yeah. That was like our cross Tex which became end link with the merger in the mid cap funds had to buy it drove it to thirty five. And we said victory goodbye. And we're we're revisiting net company energy infrastructure. But it was a nice it was it was a good trade. Thanks to bury Davis. Okay. Berry was on the program using public information. Only and said, yeah, we're gonna distribute twenty five cents as I k- the stocks dot tan that's pretty good dividend for quarter. All right, twenty nine banks lineup to get a share of fees on the lift IPO's. And it has the list of investment bankers. Right. And they buy those striped shirts that are really fancy so this'll I picture like a like a like a peppy litter. I'll try to get the milk. Yeah. And that's. I remember back when I first started, you know, getting shares of the night peo- was like a reward. Right. A big deal big deal. And you try to get it for all your clients. And you'd have like a order for ten thousand shares it say, oh spits lucky. You you got two hundred shares. So by get like two or three shares. Okay. That's not worth it. And then my my PO experience finally culminated with New York, bagel. Okay. So. So one morning. The tech bagel company kind of they just weren't very smart. So New York bagel IPO comes out it's much heralded right of is trying to get shares. But one morning, I was I was an ultra early riser this types, and Starbucks is the only thing opened so I'm going to Starbucks, and I notice a brand new New York bagel next to Starbucks, and I went in Starbucks. I noticed they got bagels to. Yeah. Okay. So they just spent I don't know million dollars finish out this new store. Right. Signed a lease and everything. And they put it right next to Starbucks who sells bagels as well. You know, and has Starbucks bet is still there. Yes. The New York bagel that was my that's when I realized the IPO things early in their career, the IPO thing, not always good for the end user. Just just say okay now, I was I was getting ready on this program. Right and ADP said we had near two hundred thousand new jobs, but boom Friday bureau of labor statistics says no it was twenty thousand new jobs instead of two hundred thousand that's a disappointment. And I lead I led with inside the hottest jobs market half a century that good Wall Street Journal article, but. The story correction. This was the the slowest number right? And a couple of years. I mean twenty seventeen we had this similar number, but jobs market appears still healthy. But we've got a number that low enough. We haven't seen it for two years and ADP. Automatic data processing their number one hundred eighty three thousand so. Got to go with bureau of labor statistics something slowed down a bit in February. Okay. So that's that that covers that when you have another headline you'd like to cover, and we're going to get to your favorite headlines right after.

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For Port of Oakland, meat is a cool growth opportunity

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:34 min | 3 years ago

For Port of Oakland, meat is a cool growth opportunity

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Four port of Oakland. Meet is a cool growth opportunity by Sophia could Thawra from business trade wars may be heating up. But the port of Oakland is seeing a cool opportunity to ship more. Meet the port a major shipping hub for agriculture products is expecting to boost beef, pork and poultry experts with a massive refrigerated storage facility called cool port Oakland. The ninety one million dollar depot is expected to lower costs and thereby draw more shippers the port of Oakland. Saw a forty three percent increase in meat exports to Asia from October twenty fifteen to Octobber twenty eighteen in the first ten months of twenty eighteen the port shipped forty seven thousand three hundred twenty foot containers of meat to Asia with Japan. Top market followed by South Korea and Taiwan, the increase reflects what US meat exports federation CO. Dan, Hallstrom calls a meat boom in. In those countries, you see a lot of different concepts catching on Hallstrom said smoked meat barbecue. A lot of US fast food fast, casual white tablecloth concepts last year Hallstrom said the United States exported record amounts of meat seven point three billion dollars in beef. And about six point six billion dollars in pork. Much of those experts are variety meats, internal organs like stomachs livers that many Americans. Don't eat in large quantities, but are popular abroad Japan, for example, is the largest buyer of US beef tongue. According to the Cattlemen's beef board, the reputation of the US agricultural products beef and pork in particular, really are the gold standard Hallstrom said if you see something in a USDA golden box overseas. It really carries a lot of clout geography helps his well. The port of Oakland is often the last stop on the way to Asia for container ships working their way up the west coast. So it's better suited than rival ports to ship perishable products. China imposed punitive tariffs on US. Meet this. Year as part of an escalating trade war, but California's experts of livestock and livestock products to China are relatively small, according to government data limiting the impact of those sanctions on the prospects for Oakland's meat exports at this stage. I don't see major impact of the tariffs on those kinds of products. Port of Oakland mirror time director, John Driscoll said adding that meat processed through the port has primarily been going to non Chinese destinations. The port ships about forty seven hundred containers of me to Asia a month or about eighty thousand freight tons with the cool port facility which had its grand opening November first after being in the works for nearly five years. The port has the capacity for an additional one million tons of cargo per year, the cool part can handle thirty six railcars moving products from trains or trucks, two ships without any changes in temperature. The city of Oakland spent eleven million dollars on a rail spur to the facility this by far is the most technologically advanced type of facility by how it manages the PR. Products. Driscoll said the two hundred eighty thousand square foot depot is located on land owned by the port of Oakland. The facility is owned by lineage, logistics, and dry bash enterprises, dry bash and Oakland logistics business operates the facility and lineages expected to hire an additional one hundred fifty workers to staff the cool port bringing employment there to two hundred Driscoll said.

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