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"panetta" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg
"He knew what was going on I said Mac I I need to look. At an organization chart for the White House and he said you know Leon I don't believe I've ever seen one of those and I thought man. I really am screwed. There's the problem. And so I almost had to rely a great deal on my army experience, because it was about a publishing chain of command who would report to process? Yeah, a process of discipline and supervision on the various staff members in the Clinton administration. There were a lot of people who carried this title of console to the President which meant that they could go to all the meetings talk, but never had any responsibility for doing anything and so I get. Get rid of all. The consoles to the president and stabbed. You know a clear chain of command I had two deputy chiefs of Staff, one for personnel, one for scheduling and people under them that they would be responsible for decided to try to control access to the Oval Office did that work. It did because Bill Clinton recognized that it had to be done as a matter of fact John Kelly when he became chief of staff to President Trump. Called me and said what do I need to do and John Kelly had worked for you directly. He had worked for me as a military when I was secretary of Defense. I said John I said. You know you're a marine. You need to have a strong chain of command. You need have disciplined. You need to control access to the White House. You need to establish systems for policy development so that the president is well served by those that are experts and know the issues and percents those options to the president. The biggest problem you have is the President I was working for knew that he had to be disciplined. He was smart enough to know. That he was not going to get reelected. If the White House was in chaos on, so he was willing to go along with the discipline. I said. You're working for somebody who I'm not sure. Really understands what disciplined about. He said I know but I. I really think I can try to apply. That same kind of framework, so it was really interesting, because in many ways I think John was dealing with some of the same chaos I added to deal with this UH chief of staff I would imagine every white. House has some degree of chaos and some degree of discipline. It's just a question of the ratio. You're absolutely right. It's It is a a huge responsibility to suddenly walk into the Oval Office..
"panetta" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg
"You survey terms in Congress I served eight terms was actually elected to my ninth term. President Clinton asked me to come into the administration as the director of office of Management and Budget, director of the Office of Management and Budget, I had been in the Congress said worked up to Chairman of the House Budget Committee we had begun. Something that nobody talks about these days which was the concern about growing deficits, and at that time we had deficits that were approaching three, hundred billion and going up to what we thought might be six hundred billion, which we thought would really be devastating for the economy. It began in the Reagan administration actually President Reagan. called one of the first summits really where we came together to try to develop a deficit reduction package, and then in the Bush administration I George Bush. We actually went out to Andrews. Air Force Base Republicans and Democrats and representatives from the administration to work out a budget deal that involved five hundred billion dollars in deficit reduction. two hundred and fifty billion out of largely entitlement programs and two hundred fifty billion of revenue tax increases. Tough package, but we worked at out and got it passed. It was a tough vote, but you know to the credit of President Bush. who had to move his lips? you know from what he campaigned on which was read my lips, no new taxes, he made a tough decision I have often told him. He made the right decision, and it was tough and he may have cost him. His reelection might very well have been one of the reasons. You know it cost him his election, but you know it's it's I. Always say that true leaders have to take risks of leadership and do the right thing if they think it's the right thing for the country. They need to do it in my very well. Cost Him an election, but they can always. Always live with the satisfaction of knowing. They did the right thing. Anyway, I was it was proud of having worked on that package and I think it was. It was the reason that Bill Clinton, who had had also run against Ross. Perot in that race and Perot had identified the deficit as a big issue and bill. Clinton Credit knew that he would have to do additional steps to reduce the deficit and I think that was the reason. He asked me to become director alone. Andy now. You also worked for president. Clinton as his chief of staff, I'd been in the Office of the director of MB. We passed the Clinton budget, which was tough and other five hundred billion deficit reduction past reconciliation, which is the bill to implement that which means raising taxes and getting the savings from a number of programs, but we got it done. It was tough. I think we passed it by one vote in the house and the vice president's vote in the Senate, I was doing the appropriation spills. And I really felt very good about what I was able to accomplish For the president, but more importantly for the country. I think it was Al Gore. Who was a classmate of mine when I got elected to Congress? And he was vice president came up to me and said something like You Know Leon I think. The president is thinking about having you as chief of staff..
"panetta" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg
"I asked a Republican congressman who represented the Mendocino coast, which is also attractive, those are the days when you work with Republicans I asked him to meet with Watt and I said to the Secretary I said you know I understand that there are areas. That could be developed for offshore drilling, but I said there are also national treasures, likely seventy or yellowstone on our coastline that ought to be protected for the future and I said you know my coastline. Is that way? The Mendocino coast lines that way and I'll never forget. He walked up to a picture in. The Congressman's Office of the Mendocino coast and he said that's a great location for an offshore drilling. Rick and I said Oh. My God I'm in trouble, so authored as a result of that meeting I authored legislation. To create a moratorium. It was put on the appropriations bill and what I said was no funds in this bill. It was the interior bill. will be allowed for proceeding with offshore drilling. And I got an act. IT IS A. Bipartisan and we had a lot of the coastal delegations were supported. But but then I thought, and we actually got that moratorium passed I. Think almost twenty years in a row. But I was worried that if we ever had a gas crisis. That I would I would lose that legislation, so I decided to go for more permanent protection particularly for for the Monterey. Coastline, so I actually developed legislation. To create a Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. And it established what at that time was the largest marine sanctuary and the United? States are marine sanctuary stretches from the Farallon islands all the way down to San. SIMEONE and I've always been proud of the fact that we have now protected that area from any kind of offshore drilling, also an.
House to vote on Democrats' $3T aid package
"In Washington the house of representatives will vote on a corona virus relief package today it'll include a proposed half a billion dollars specifically for nursing homes KQED science reporter Molly Peterson has more on that around forty five percent of California's covert nineteen deaths have happened at skilled nursing facilities the state department of public health traded up hundreds of additional nurses to work with these homes on controlling infections that's why congressman Jimmy Panetta a Democrat from Monterey says he's proposing to boost the budget of the federal department of health and Human Services we should be supporting the state when it comes to those types of efforts to create and have available these type of strike forces federally funded state mandated locally executed a third of the overall package the house is voting on includes aid for state local and tribal governments Republicans say it's unlikely to pass or even be considered in the
Pope on first papal visit to Arabian Peninsula
"Fox News help Francis. Now in Abu Dhabi, the papal visit the first ever to the Arabian peninsula. The birthplace of Islam. The Vatican says the pipes three day visit to the United Arab Emirates will focus on dialogue between religions and peace. He'll take Taunton comforts. Untold today. Panetta mass expected to be attended by more than one hundred thousand people the prides itself on religious tolerance. Most citizens are Sunni Muslims, but citizens are outnumbered by foreigners by around nine to one many people moving for work churches do still face.
Trump under fire over Syria withdrawal
"Trump receiving? Both criticism and support on the Sunday. Talk shows for his decision to pull troops out of Syria. USA radio's Rick Vincent with the story. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta went on Fox News study strongly criticized President Trump's announcement of troop withdrawal from Sheree NF ghanistan saying the move sends a terrible message to the United States allies around the globe and threatens the country's national security the question and the president asked to decide whether he upholds his oath of office, president United States to protect our security for whether simply going to move forward and fulfill campaign promises Kentucky Republican Senator rand Paul CNN's state of the union praised the president for deciding to pull out of Syria. Leaving. For USA radio news. I'm Rick
"panetta" Discussed on Kickass News
"After you served as director of OEM be President Clinton asked you to be as chief of staff, and I want to read a quote by author Nigel Hamilton who praised you and said, I'm sure you've heard this before in Leon Panetta Clinton got the enforcer. He deserved a who? Would you see as your first priority coming in as the enforcer? Will you know, it was? I had served as you pointed out as director of the office management budget. We passed the budget. I was very proud of that president was very appreciative of that. It was a center centerpiece really for his administration. And then I think it was L gore was vice president approached me and said, you know, I think the president would like to have you as chief of staff, and I said, you know, I think I served him better as director of O M. And he said, yeah, I know, but they really want you to do this. So one day, I got an invitation to go up to Camp, David. And so Al Gore took me up on his helicopter, and I got up to Camp David walked into the president's cabin. And there was President Clinton. Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, and Tipper Gore and myself, I knew immediately I was in trouble at that. The president said I'd like you to become chief of staff. I said, you know, Mr President, I'm serving you as Owen be director. I really think I'm doing a good job there. I think I'm more valuable to you in that job. And the president said something I'll never forget he said, you know, Leon you could be the greatest Ownby director in the history of the country. But if the White House is falling apart. Nobody's going to remember. He'll never forgot that are inside. All right. President ask you, and I took the job and. What I found was that. There was just a total lack of discipline in the way, the White House operated. People a lot of people went to meetings. There were no clear lines of supervision. So falling back on my army experience. One of the first things I do is to develop a chart that that laid out the chain of command chief of staff, I had deputy chiefs of staff who is responsible to them. So that there was a disciplined operation I controlled access to the Oval Office to make sure that people just didn't wander into the Oval Office. I developed a policy making mechanism to provide the president with the best advice on policy issues. And it was not easy because it involved a great deal of discipline in what had been and undisciplined operation, but the president. Supported that. I mean that that's important. I'm often asked you know, John Kelly, whose an old friend who's now chief of staff. Yeah. He served in or secretary of defense. He he called he called me when he became chief of staff and said, what do I do? And I and I kinda went through everything I done as chief of staff to President Clinton. But in the end, I said, look I had a president who is willing to accept that discipline because he knew that it was important for his operation. I said I think you're dealing with someone who's much tougher to accept that kind of discipline. And I I think I was right. Yeah. I think that's borne out. I'd say over the past couple years now, it's funny. When you describe your surprise and resistance when he wanted you to be as chief of staff because it reminds me of something that happened just a few years later here, you are you have a comfortable life in the private sector you founded the Panetta institute. And all of a sudden, you get tapped to be CIA director were you surprised to get that call? Well, I think I was I I was not surprised that I think it was Rahm Emanuel who called he was the chief of staff designate for for the president. He had been appointed to be chief of staff to President Obama and ram called in. And was he was talking and said, you know, we're thinking of you to be director of the CIA. And I said if you got the right person. Wrong number because you know, I wasn't intelligence officer in the military..
Worst passwords list is out
"I love, you admin football monkey and password one. And I'm also sad to report that the password sixty nine sixty nine sixty nine hasn't made to listens. Twenty fourteen. Stop ready. Stop being so mature American. I mean, come on. How dumb do you gotta be to use your oh wasn't Leon Panetta who got hacked because his password was password. I mean, here's the deal. Let's let's be real. There are so many sites that we all need passwords for and it's very hard to remember every single password. And by the way, I'm the worst. I said I'll give an example, I set up an account for CitiBank on Saturday night. I wanted to get one of those cards are the Costco city card. No, I do not know. But okay, they used to take American Express. And now, they only take a visa MasterCard. And no American Express. And if you get the city Cosco card, then you you
"panetta" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Was committed to instilling in young people a commitment to public service. And we're always glad to have them in class is fitting, then that we welcome to night two men who have served for decades, and so many important public roles and sat at the table for momentus decisions in the late twentieth and twenty per centuries. I date myself. But I remember the TV documentaries called, and you are there which gave into historical events like the death of Socrates or the murder of Jesse James. I'm not suggesting that either of our guest tonight were present at a responsible for either of those fans don't believe what you read on the internet. But we will get an opportunity to be there to some extent to look back a bit. And to look board across our current national and global political landscapes and to hear from two men whose perspectives and experience we Baillieu Murtha foundation discussion with Leon Panetta and Dick Cheney with Ray rabidly moderating. C span radio WCBS PFM Washington. We're just implying sector Panetta Vice President Cheney did a matinee version of this event a little while ago in a more intimate setting with many people who had connections to congressman Murtha and with many, let's call them season citizens whose political memory stretch back many more decades. So I'm going to ask both of them to indulge me bit tonight because we'll be covering some of the same ground with a broader audience, many of them college students taught here since nineteen eighty seven, and I know that many students in my political science classes say routinely that they're not necessarily into politics, and they're often turned off the politics. And so we're glad to have so many of them out. I'm gonna lead office and questions for both sectarian vice president, and you all should have gotten cards distributed to you and something to write on when you came in is that right? So one of the things that will invite you to do is to jot down questions that you might have because we want to integrate questions from the audience, and when you're done writing down a question, if you just want up wave it and get the attention of one of our student volunteers here, they'll make sure that those get handed up up. So we'll do a combination of leadoff questions from me. And then hopefully be able to answer some questions that the audience has. I'd like to begin by pointing out that Vice President Cheney and secretary Panetta served together in the United States house of representatives. Vice President Cheney is Republican from Wyoming secretary Panetta as a democrat from California Johnstown, Jack Murtha was their colleague in the house of representatives last Tuesday. Vice president Cheney's daughter lives Cheney was reelected to the house of representatives as a Republican from Wyoming and secretary Panetta's, son. Jimmy Panetta was reelected as a democrat from California. And that leads me to two quick questions. Upfront. It's obvious that both you and your families. Have a commitment to public service and MRs Johnny has a distinguished service career as well as public servant. And so my first question is why would you recommend public service to the young people who are here tonight, especially given the increasingly intense scrutiny and even vitriol to which public servants are subjective, mice president chain. Well. Sometimes you'll hear discussions by political families about how hard it is hard. It is to work to run for office to put up with criticism and so forth. And it's been just the opposite in my family. I have two daughters. One is now in congress. The other has a political consulting firm, and my wife three very strong women when we get together, we usually end up Kelly war stories about old campaign. We started out I was fairly young. When I started the first time with kids were really little, but they remember all of that. And I think they consider themselves blessed to have been able to sort of watch closely. Now our process our system works. They at both. Chosen careers in one case miserable. Our oldest as an office holders. The candidate. Madonna, Mary has an intriguing business. She runs. She runs campaigns without candidates. She says candidates just mess up campaigns. So she does it gets involved in campaigns with about referendum there on the ballot and so forth. But. In our case, we loved it. Been part of it. Of our family now for more than fifty years, and I strongly recommend tremendous opportunities interest all kinds of ways to be involved. And I was even going to be a political science professor at one point. I read that. Secretary panetta..
"panetta" Discussed on Amanpour
"And welcome to employ. Here's what's coming up. It is what it is the fallout as President Trump says the Saudi Crown prince might or might not have done it. He's sticking with the kingdom. Anyway, after the brutal kashogi mudder, former CIA director Leon Panetta tells me how he would deal with an errand ally. Plus will this woman soon lead Africa's most populous country why OB equa Sealy says she's the one to take on endless corruption and violence in Nigeria. I think it's a positive force because it gives more people voice and Mark Zuckerberg unrepentant now, Tim O'Reilly the man who coined the phrase web, two point, oh explains what's gone wrong, and how tech can fix it. Welcome to the program, everyone, I'm Christiane Amanpour in London leaders from Washington to Europe to Istanbul are expressing astonishment at President Trump's two page statement defending Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman off to the murder of the journalist Jamal kashogi, the president decided not to take a stand on whether the crown prince ordered the murder as he later explained on the White House lawn. The CIA has looked at it. They've studied it a lot. They have nothing definitive. And the fact is maybe he did maybe he didn't if you look at what they've done they've been a bad actor you look at what's happening in Syria with Assad with hundreds of thousands of people killed. We are with Saudi Arabia. We're staying with Saudi Arabia. In fact, though, the CIA does believe that despite the lack of a smoking gun that kind of evidence Mohammed bin Salman, ordered kashogi death condemnation of the president's stance started with members of his own party Senator rand Paul quote. I'm pretty sure this statement is Saudi Arabia. I not America. First senator. Bob corker tweeted, I never thought I'd see the day a White House would moonlight as a public relations firm for the crown prince of Saudi Arabia and finally Senator Lindsey Graham one President Trump's key allies. He said that when America loses its moral voice. It loses its strongest asset. Sorry. Saudi Arabia needs us more than we need them. This not too much to ask an ally not to butcher a guy in a conflict. Of course, these are not just pundits pontificating on television. They are US senators with enormous power. Joining me now to discuss all of this is unofficial who served in every level of government from congress to White House chief of staff to CIA director and Defense Secretary. He is Leon Panetta and he joins me now. Welcome back to the program secretary Panetta. Nice to be with you Christiane. So can we just take first things first the president's statement on the White House lawn? I he does the maybe he did maybe he didn't. And then he goes straight into Iran or Assad in Syria. What do you take from that statement and that amalgamate of issues? But I think the the president obviously with struggling to try to figure out some kind of approach here and decided that he would ignore what the CIA determined to be. The fact I mean, the CIA said with a high degree of confidence that the Saudi prince crown prince was involved here that this was deliberate murder. Brutal murder that took place in another country's consulate. And if those are the facts, then it strikes me that the president has Noblet Gatien to acknowledge those facts as opposed to somehow excusing them because he thinks that there are other problems. He has to deal with now as former CIA director. I wanna ask you what you make of this first on this issue. They do. I mean, we. Understand that they don't have a smoking gun. But as you say that best evidence their best intelligence indicates what you just said. But the president said yesterday, despite what Americans may here in the coming days from this. We may never know all the facts, I'm how troubling is that again about America's foremost foreign intelligence agency. Well, it raises tremendous concern. So I mean, the president did this with regards to the flying being by seventeen intelligence agencies that Russia had deliberately interfered in our election process. And yet he decided to accept a Putin's word that he had nothing to do with it. Now with regards to Saudi Arabia. He's repeating the same mistake. The intelligence officials CIA have have produced a very strong evidence of what happened there and the president rather than accepting the word of his own intelligence agencies says that the crown prince has denied this others have denied it..
Trump’s Attacks on Admiral McRaven Have Successfully Pissed Off Everyone
"Two. Former CIA director Leon Panetta says President Trump owes an apology to retired Admiral William mcraven the ban of organized and executed the Osama bin Laden raid in Pakistan in two thousand eleven president called mcraven a backer of Hillary Clinton and questioned why bin Laden was not captured sooner in response to mcraven criticism of Mr. Trump for attacking the media McCray. Hyphen says it Mr. Trump's assertion that. The news media is the enemy of the people is the greatest threat to democracy in our
Trump to skip two major summits in Asia
"About ninety day. Clock and having this new. Agreement come into place before the new Mexican government comes into place about whether. Or not all of. That ends up playing out, the, way the president and his Negotiators envision is it remains. To be seen there are a number of pickups that can come along, the way I of which may be, that, candidate may not sign onto the deal which would push things beyond that ninety day, time line, we'll say the US and Canada have agreed to resume talks on Wednesday that's after. Talks last week break off obviously without, an agreement and speaking of trade and, spending Japan's. Second quarter
Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American
"Ahead of the November midterms there's. A report that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren as a law professor in, the nineteen nineties was not based on any assertion that she has native American heritage the globe reports interviews and. Documents show the issue was not considered by Harvard law. Faculty or those who hired the now US Senator two jobs at other schools critics have said Warren advanced her career claiming she's a distant descendant. Of Cherokee and Delaware tribes perhaps Warren's biggest attractor. President Trump has repeatedly referred to her as Pocahontas in mocking her claims of heritage Warren is posting documents on our website related to her job in school, applications and is again saying. Her heritage played no role and. Getting her hired
Denise Evans, Matthew Warren and Denise Vans discussed on Global News Podcast
"Homo sapiens ruled the world. There were various subspecies of humans. The most well known being the Nando tells scientists have long believed that there must be in a certain amount of intimate going and interbreeding between the species. Now bone fragments belonging to a female who died around ninety thousand years ago have been found apparently belong to two distinct human groups. The end towel and a little known subspecies called the Nisa van, not he Warren is one of the reporters from the scientific journal nature. He told Jillian keen more about it. So there's this cave in Russia, wherever the scientists have found remains from ancient humans including Neanderthals, but also this other group of humans could add an incidence. So in this new study, the scientists looked at. Single bone fragment that came from this cave and they extracted the DNA sequenced that the unite. And they found something really surprising. They found that it was a hybrid. So it's mother was Neanderthal, and his father was a Denise Yvonne. And that's really exciting because it's the first time that anybody has ever found this first generation hybrid from these two distinct human populations. Neanderthals we know quite a lot about Denise Evans, not so much, what do you know? Well, very little actually. So they've only been for the Nathan specimens found, we know they had big teeth, but not a whole lot more than that. But that's one of the reasons that this study was so exciting because there are so few remains out there to O'Reilly. Find a hybrid kind of suggests that that mating between Denise Evans and and Neander, those was fairly common. Could it also perhaps explain the demise of Neanderthals that maybe they would just intermingled out of existence. Yeah. I mean, that's that's one of the theories that scientists have put forward in terms of the demise of Nanto's Denise vans. Perhaps they bred with knowledge with each other, but they with us and we do know that they did breed with us because you know, a lot of us have traces of Nancy DNA in our genomes. If you look at certain populations of people in southeast Asia, they also have a small percentage of Denisov Indiana. So one of the theories that scientists have is the yet maybe maybe it was the result of that kind of intimately because the counterargument that by intermingling, you can make a species stronger rather than weaker. Yeah. I mean, this is something that I talked to some of the researchers the I interviewed for Panetta gather this story and Faye suggested that actually, in some ways, it's possible that these kinds of hybrids could sometimes have been weaker. They may be were infertile unfit in some way which could explain why when it comes to Denise vans and Amanda, at least they didn't become. One population as where they remain these two distinct populations, even though they were both around for hundreds of thousands of years. And when you talk to those research to get a sense of something really significant with excited. Yeah, absolutely. Everybody, I talked to his very excited about this. The authors of this study that I talked to, they told me that when they first came back with results that seem to suggest that this offspring came from two different human populations. They couldn't believe it. I felt I must have messed up the analysis in some way, but no, everybody is very excited.
12 former top intelligence officials criticize Trump for pulling security clearance
"Coleman a dozen former CIA leaders. Have signed a letter supporting ex a. director John Brennan in his feud with President Trump NPR's. Greg says it's unusual for the intelligence, chiefs to, criticize the, White House the twelve former, CIA directors and, deputy director, say they, feel compelled, to address what they call the impressive dented remarks and actions by the White House President. Trump on Wednesday accused, Brennan of a Radic behavior and revoked his security clearance Brennan is a sharp critic of the president and. The former intelligence officials stress they don't all, agree. With his comments about Trump but they defend Brennan's right to speak out adding we have never before seen the approval or removal of security clearances used as a political tool signatories include former. CIA director's, Michael Hayden Robert. Gates Leon Panetta and David
Trump's military parade planned for November postponed
"O'clock update on Karen Curtis President Trump is calling off his military parade for now NBC news Capitol Hill correspondent Casey haunt. As part of the president's explanation from tweet this morning the local politicians who run Washington DC poorly no windfall when they. See it when asked, to give, us, a price, for holding, a great celebrate. Tori military parade they wanted a number so ridiculously high that I canceled it. So the Pentagon had, already announced that they were. Going to postpone, the parade from November to next year that followed reports. That the estimated cost of the parade including tanks. Helicopters and fighter jets had ballooned in
Al Qaeda's master bomb maker may be dead: UN | WeForNews
"Former CIA chief John Brennan six security clearance joint letter to the White House includes. Names of six former CIA director's among them. General David portrays Panetta Michael Hayden and George Tenet the statement said the removal of Brennan's clearance was an unprecedented, attempt to stifle not only Brennan's freedom of speech. But also that of, other former and current officials the group says eight never before seeing the approval or
"panetta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Quickly now from the relief factor dot com studios here's Mike Gallagher There's a new theory about President Trump had Helsinki don't tell anybody but. The left is starting to talk about it. There's a buzz The Russians have dirt. On Donald Trump Probably has something to do with, that? Tape with the hookers in Russia right Leon Panetta former CIA. Director There's so much garbage that has come from, members of, the intelligence community And. I I ask you to just stop and consider. That for two seconds think about what we do know about James Comey Getting his buddy to leak. Sensitive material, to the f. b. r. to the wash or do the New. York Times to try to damage the president Brennan Clapper I mean look at these intelligence folks people that were Shii Dare. I say deep state Here's Leon Panetta Leon Panetta On MSNBC The former. CIA, director now if you ran the CIA If you ran the FBI If you're an FBI agent Would you present an appearance of fairness And neutrality politically wouldn't you think as, politicized as we are as a nation If you were part of an intelligence gathering Organization Wouldn't you just at least pretend to be objective James call me I think it's fair to say the disgraced Fired FBI director He is tweeting that all Americans have to vote for Democrats in the midterm The former FBI director is show partisan He's Advocating for one political party over the. Other You can look it up I, don't even want to read his his tweets Can you let that sink in here's Leon Panetta again? Former CIA director do you think he'd want to have, the appearance of neutrality knowing, that we are, a country. Split down the. Middle half the. Country hates Trump. Half, the, country. Supports him maybe it's, sixty I don't know maybe it's fifty. Three forty seven every poll. Is close but basically we're pretty much divided nation Show Leon. Panetta decides to. Go on MSNBC. And add to. The, divisiveness, by. Shane whether the Russians, have something on this president or not No one really knows but the way he behaves there is a clear, signal that the Russians have. Something on him that's, in twelve seconds he goes from no one knows if the Russians had something, on him but the way he behaves Russians have something His. Former CIA director and. You wonder why Donald Trump should their next of Ladimir Putin in Helsinki, and didn't get enthusiastic about. His intelligence community I can promise, you I don't know this listen I'm like you I'm following this all I get to talk about it on the radio with you every day So I. Have no inside knowledge. But. I'm gonna assume. The Donald Trump is. Deeply suspicious and cynical and wary of the people in the intelligence community Eight hundred six five five might get lots of to to do this hour I got to share with you A personal story I hope my. Boss doesn't get mad at me As my, boss doesn't like what. He calls my dog ate my homework. Stories and I get it I really do and. I respect him but I got to tell you about the notification I got in the mail last week from. The rental car company has to do. With a red light violation it says that I Committed And I was caught by a camera in, Dallas, Texas very controversial program because as I started to sputter and get upset about, it I dove into it online and found out that this is playing out in communities all over. America in, fact my buddy Jo Hudson told me that in South Carolina and the, upstate they were considering, it and there was such public outrage over it that they didn't go with it And apparently and this is free enterprise. Capitalism left unlike I guess there's a lot of private companies that, go into cities. And counties and, communities and say will install these. Cameras and will issue tickets and we'll do, a revenue share. With, you so cities that are starved for revenue, make sense to. Me I'm gonna get into all that little bit later this hour, but I to your to your, reaction to Leon Panetta to the deep. State deep state how about Phil Mudd counterterrorism analyst on CNN said this this, week, this is shocking it's show studying but it's worth playing a lot FBI director, continues the investigation department of Justice continue support investigation congress continue saying that this investigation is legitimate curious..
"panetta" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"Some emoji which to hasn't printed very well no that's all right it is a bit weird no lease nah they ought to sleepover grownups two thousand eighteen it's a bit creates an invasion of privacy somebody's laptop screen oh no i think if somebody can you imagine if that had gone further than a sleepover and they had got together intending that two grandchildren do you know when she says sleepover they had sex that's what i'm into panetta's all right okay so no that's not which they didn't do stephen blankets and no one hundred one domains yeah they met a den the odor domino's and what stone you're the one mentions yeah sweep every child is actually was victory typically with my friend kayleigh he and to have obviously a bet you did actually is now married and probably pretend you don't want to know you so if you find someone on airplane is it okay to approach them or any public transport i think yes maybe probably it is but i think you've got to be where of course it with tact discretion so you just normal conversation and if you feel that you're being flooded back within you move it you know you you give them the option of going making it more formal so it moving into a date where they know what the rules are because when i get on an airplane or a train or an attack taxi or uber pool i've never done that now i've never been on the bus but when i guess on something like that i'm not there to pick people up have you never been on a bus now oh okay i know we've already done role play let's do one quickly okay what's the ticket way i'm i'm on the plane you'll single you to me really going to stretch the imagination how would was the way of approaching someone on airplane same that your comfort zone excuse me so paul.
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"The white house is not a good open for proposed talks with north korea amid reports of president trump is ready to remove national security advisor hr mcmaster from the administration panetta says it will be hard to prepare for a critical summit if there is a disruption within the white house staff and particularly with the national security advisor who's responsible obviously for dealing with these crises and there's a big question about whether he's going to be there then how can the united states of america effectively deal with these crises when there is no strategy it also says a meeting between president trump and north korea's leader may not produce much if hind the scenes talks aren't held beforehand police say they believe all of the victims killed in thursday's collapse of a pedestrian bridge near miami are accounted for five bodies were removed from the rubble this weekend a six person died at a hospital miami county day police director while perez spoke to reporters late last night every time that we remove a body of victim within the vehicles the vehicle with the victims inside are being transferred to the medical examiner's office and that's where the bodies will be removed from the vehicle and identified so that we can have one hundred percent confirmation as to their identity federal investigators are looking into reports of cracks developed in the structure and that crews were applying what's known as post tensioning force on the bridge moments before the failure florida international university meanwhile is planning to hold a moment of silence tomorrow afternoon this is npr news divers say they have uncovered a one hundred nineteen year old ship wreck in lake eerie searchers use sonar to scan sixty miles of the lake bed near cleveland before finding the raca the margaret oh will john mccarty of the national museum of the great lakes says find is significant because deep water and low visibility make most great lakes shipwrecks difficult to find new sonar and and other sorts of things but it is looking for the needle in the haystack the margaret oh will went down in eighteen ninety nine with eight crew members and a load of limestone the second round of the ncaa men's basketball tournament concluded in dramatic fashion as greg excellent reports from wichita michigan had only three point six seconds.
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"To work with them cross the aisle legislation on me give it it wasn't just democrats looking mccain mccain was eager to have this dossier shown to be accurate make keen wanted to get rid of trump every bit as much as the democrats but i think i think the other cover may be law with won't the wall street journal's establishmentarian guys the wall street journal is in the club and they now demanding that moller resign from this that that's a breakdown among the never trumper inside the beltway establishment jonathan turley who is a law professor at george washington university says that the clinton allegations are more recognizable as a criminal allegation than any of the allegations against trump and that the uranium one deal is more likely to be a crime than anything trump is done turley is a democrat at the end of the day obama see i ate director leon panetta this is not brennan panetta was a cia director at one time he said yesterday congressional committees need to investigate who in the clinton campaign knew what and win about payments for the trump dossier he was asked about clinton campaign german john podesta and the debbie wasserman schultz denials about knowing who pay for the dossier he said well it's obviously something that the intelligence committee is going.
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"Who is going to uh the dreamers the once the people the con understand why they con havoc on understand why they can't make it this is the book to get those people to change that perspective it's four the entrepreneurs is for the one trip panetta's it's for the business owners if for the college students it's for anyone out that the asks the question why not and doc you it's full citizens age because we all know we all know 70yearold entrepreneur as we all know 16yearold entrepreneurs so there's no i each on this group h h and to be completely transparent and street small and always credible action ideas and olga lil you know antidote so that while used it to do x y z so that's who is full and that's what i hope they get out of that what would you want the question well that's pretty good well so in the market need of this you have a whole thing that you're doing what you have some pretty cool gifts that you're giving people if they buy poppies the book and so i'd like you to talk about whether the guests that you're giving out and why are you know how's that you're marketing campaign so discovery marketing campaign to describe how you are um you know bri be people to do it in and when i say bribing you know you are incentivizing people to do stuff and also want to mention like i've done on previous episodes that we indeed do interviews the people that we like we are these are not affiliated things.
"panetta" Discussed on What It Takes
"Uh but to the credit of that piling he was able to set down the helicopter up the tail was up on a wall and i remember cena mcraven what the hell is going on he said don't worry whose cools cool as a cucumber he said don't worry i've got a backup helicopter coming in art our special forces are going to go into going to breach the walls are going to keep going with the mission as a god bless you let's get a done there was a moment of silence actually almost twenty minutes of silence we heard gunfire at the beginning of the and you're watching screening we are doing surveillance so may put it that way and uh but we not we don't know exactly what's happening i i know there's gunfire that tells you something and then about twenty minutes later it's probably the longest twenty minutes for my wife mcraven comes back over the of communications and says i think we have toronto choi animal was the code word for locating bin law and we all kind of tensed up it was a few more minutes again low on us my life and he comes back and he said we have toronto and the i suddenly fell all of this is really paid off and you know it was a moment when i thought about the victims of nine eleven and their families three days before bin laden was killed in that operation president obama announced he was nominating leon panetta as secretary of the department of defense the senate voted one hundred two zero to confirm them he served in that job from two thousand eleven to two thousand thirteen during that time he announced women would be allowed in combat and he extended as many benefits as were legally allowed at the time to samesex military couples.
"panetta" Discussed on What It Takes
"And as he tells the story he says he called you to ask if you'd be interested in running the cia and pedestrians says i got a cold silence and finally leon panetta said you're kidding that's right there was that silence and i said what the hell are you talking about because she had worked on budget site worked on i worked on ocean issues and i busch chairman of it oceans commission i i did some work on what was called the iraq study group uh with a jim baker and lee hamilton road chaired that group we actually went to iraq and i really enjoyed that but you know my my background was really not in intelligence although i've been an intelligence officer in the army and i said what's this about the said the president thinks that you can help restore the trust of the cia and i you know i thought about that i was still nervous about whether it was something that really was a good fit but then when the president call and made the point again that he really felt that uh i could restore the trust of it i you know and i said to the president said look as president if i take this job i am going to present you with the intelligence this you're going to need to make some very tough decisions s with cia is all about and i said i'm going to give you the truth.
"panetta" Discussed on What It Takes
"In the middle of all these crises you're really famous for your laugh and a prank that famous dave erode into the white house grounds on a horse with the music from bonanza the old western tv show sing happy birthday tell us a few more pranks that men like air uh yeah there's probably some i can't talk about but they're the you know if you've got it you know it's really important we're talking about the white house joined by these other things but i think particularly in the white house that it's very easy to lose sight of your humanity and very frankly will you lose sight of your humanity it makes you less of a leader and so the ability to kinda stay in touch with humanity and and being able to to laugh and being able to enjoy a people and enjoy experiences stetch human part of what all of us are about and the ability to his stay in touch with that i think is really important particularly for president so the united states to stay in touch with the human side of life leon panetta thought being white house chief of staff was the end of his trajectory in washington during bill clinton's second term he and his wife silvia headed back to monterrey to start their institute for public policy at california state and we really enjoyed it we working at at trying to inspire young people get involved in public life and uh i i really did not think about uh even the possibility of going back to washington and then later you've got a call from john podesta who is running the barack obama's transition.
"panetta" Discussed on What It Takes
"But i also realised that and by the way i this is a question i often get about when you take over omb or cia or department of defense how they hold you make it work and the key to it is that you really have to build a team that are working together when you look at the trump white house now do you have any thoughts looking at xray vision leon panetta coming in what would you do this looks like there's a little bit of need over there well i mean the fact is a john kelly obviously the name chief of staff is a good friend is a guy who worked for me at the defense department is by military aid i know john very well and john when he was appointed to that job called me and said that what the hell do i do because uh you know he he knew that if the kind of chaos we talked about where you know people are running around the chain of command no no order and and no discipline and i said i said john in many ways w you're facing is very simple truth faced in the clinton administration of and you got it you got to do the following you've got to establish a strong chain of command with you at the top you have to establish a process of decisionmaking how do you develop policy and options for the president so that those options are presented to the present president can make the decision because you're facing a ton of of crises.
"panetta" Discussed on What It Takes
"Because frankly if we jumped if we continue to do things basically by borrowing money and by building up what we have now which is about a twenty trillion dollar debt who bears the cost for that our children are going to bear the costs that because that means we're going to we're going to have extraordinary high interest payments i mean interest payments if we stay on the course were were on interest payments on the debt or going to exceed what we spent in the defence budget to be over eight hundred billion dollars just on on interest payments what does that mean it takes away our ability our resources to deal with whatever your priorities are you know whether you're priority is defence or education or or or housing or protecting parks whatever the hell your priority is we will not have the resources to be able to invest in those priorities that's the fat as a congressman and this director of the office of management and budget leon panetta was seen as the king of fiscal discipline so it is no wonder then it when the white house was mired in confusion and infighting during bill clinton's first year in office he tapped panetta to come fake septa mass i can remember at some point that i think was al gore who was a classmate of mine in the congress she was vice president a came up to me and said you know leon the president's thinking of appointing you as a chief of staff.
"panetta" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"We'll raze pulled away and panetta's done is damn thing is done exactly now i was waiting for the other shoe to drop what about you guys and you know i was like i this is not i'm not like calling this after the fact after he's had three bad starts in june this is what this is this is panetta this is panetta there nothing changed the first time i rated him when i did this tears last month and i put him in the must start there was a comment about all you've changed your to nominate a no i have not and no i hadn't either back when he had like a mid three zero a bunch strikeouts hadn't really had the big blow upstart outside of his his season debut yet i had not changed my tune though but again the pitching in the the the runscoring environment that were in one eu sitting this guy 'cause because there's never been rhyme or reason to his struggles he's not a home only guy is not a road only guy um maybe there some some right lefty to it a little bit because he has a bit of to pitch pitcher but it's not a good team bad team to like there there was just nothing so despite the fact that i i literally had not changed my tune at all i i did raise them in the rankings because the strikeouts the support that of this team that he was on in the fact that he had been pitching pretty damn well.
"panetta" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"I just don't see how you mentioned right now and they'll end to a seventy our aaa one seventeen whip a lot of it's the environment orrin for sure because how the how could you possibly feel confident badge and a guy like that even at home where he does still have the the stark home road era we still is still has eleven point five strikeouts at home fifty nine and forty six and a third innings so even if you got the crummy era which is essentially a a baseline quality start six innings three runs for his era there's four for fortyseven even if that's all you got you still get the strikeouts and you take all the road starts like i just don't see i just don't see given up those innings y you take the chance that you're going to get one of the good home starts with robbie ray at least at least i will all right then you have michael panetta you know i was i was i was kinda grouping these two together in in the preseason and it wasn't like there's a lot of differences between them i of rightleft panetta has has control but but not command ray doesn't didn't really have either in my opinion but they had their flaws i was i was grouping them on a real base level of they show a lot of good starts but they're blow up there so bad that their infuriating his hell that's how i had robby ray and mike panetta group they were the aol nl annoyance annoying version of of one another.