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"paul begala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | Last month

"paul begala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President Biden says he meant what he said and he said what he felt The president and his speech last weekend with an improvised line about Vladimir Putin For God's sake this man can not remain power His staff immediately clarified the United States is not seeking regime change any more than it was before but yesterday the president said he also wasn't taking back his exclamation It was especially my outrage He shouldn't remain in power just like you know bad people shouldn't continue to do bad things But it doesn't mean we're having fundamental policy to do anything to take Putin down in any way NPR senior political editor and correspondent domenico montanaro is for this domenico Good morning Good morning Steve I guess it's not surprising that Biden feels that way No not at all I mean this was my first thought when I heard it I'm certainly perked my ears up but Biden had called Putin a war criminal and on the same trip called him a butcher A lot of democratic strategists have been talking to actually said that they think Biden from the beginning should have just leaned into it Paul begala who was a senior adviser in the Clinton White House was emphatic about that and said that when the dust settles on this what Biden did might actually compare pretty favorably with what other popular tough talk from Cold War era presidents have done Here's what he said As for so called gaffes I think this will go down in history like when Ronald Reagan called the Soviet Union to evil empire And the legend is a staff didn't want him to do it and he fought and he fought and he just said it Because he thought it And I think that's what Biden did Yeah Not quite a label like evil empire but Biden has been struggling in the polls when it comes to his handling Ukraine and people think that he needs to be stronger so we'll see if this actually is popular There was a lot of criticism though of the president saying this And I was trying to sort this out I mean when I saw the video it was clear to me that it improvised I kind of understood what he meant I also understood that this was not going to be a change in policy and they were going to be clarifying as The White House immediately did Why was it a big deal Well it's an Oscar moment for President Biden diplomatically you know the line threatened to complicate things with allies until that very last line.

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"paul begala" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Then there is Paul bagala Russia used to calm the forehead Because you have to admit is face and head are quite distorted But it's between his ears that are problematic I think Low IQ Heavy on the wet sponge Nonetheless he's on with fake tapper fake tapper Who hates Donald Trump Should recuse himself but he won't And the Republicans who quote unquote support him And so he asks phony questions He makes statements and puts question marks at the end of them To an objective analysis Her excuse me an objective analyst Paul begala Cut 5 go So Paul a former president Trump just teased a 2024 run to Fox saying quote I think a lot of people will be very happy with his decision How does this affect the Republican Party All right stop What a question How profound very piercing How does this affect the Republican Party Paul begala He sleaze ball for the clintons How does it affect the election for the Republican Party How come nobody ever asked me How does this affect the Democrats and the election for the Democrats Wow let's go to Paul pagala for an answer A real analyst go ahead I think he's going to run and that's not just me from the outside Sure Talk to people close to Trump They say it's close to a 100% certainty that he's going to run That's going to chill I think any other many other Republicans from getting in the race and it's going to further solidify what was once a great political parties now which has become a political death cult of personality around Donald Trump Really Really You slobbering all over Bill Clinton You slobbering all over Hillary Clinton a death cult

Paul Begala and Jake Tapper Know Nothing About the Republican Party

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Paul Begala and Jake Tapper Know Nothing About the Republican Party

"Then there is Paul bagala Russia used to calm the forehead Because you have to admit is face and head are quite distorted But it's between his ears that are problematic I think Low IQ Heavy on the wet sponge Nonetheless he's on with fake tapper fake tapper Who hates Donald Trump Should recuse himself but he won't And the Republicans who quote unquote support him And so he asks phony questions He makes statements and puts question marks at the end of them To an objective analysis Her excuse me an objective analyst Paul begala Cut 5 go So Paul a former president Trump just teased a 2024 run to Fox saying quote I think a lot of people will be very happy with his decision How does this affect the Republican Party All right stop What a question How profound very piercing How does this affect the Republican Party Paul begala He sleaze ball for the clintons How does it affect the election for the Republican Party How come nobody ever asked me How does this affect the Democrats and the election for the Democrats Wow let's go to Paul pagala for an answer A real analyst go ahead I think he's going to run and that's not just me from the outside Sure Talk to people close to Trump They say it's close to a 100% certainty that he's going to run That's going to chill I think any other many other Republicans from getting in the race and it's going to further solidify what was once a great political parties now which has become a political death cult of personality around Donald Trump Really Really You slobbering all over Bill Clinton You slobbering all over Hillary Clinton a death cult

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"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"By the way. I'm announcing my exploratory committee. Now to look at running for governor the great empire state of new york. Well listen to thing. that's you know. Andrew cuomo is the most pugnacious Politician that i've ever met i. I worked for him once in the past when he ran for attorney. General paul worked with him when he was in the cabinet. He is a guy who he he. His first instinct is to fight. And i'm sure his instinct here was the fight in fact right before we started. Recording this podcast. I was watching his lawyer on television. Trying to disqualify discredit the testimony that was offered by the young woman who said she was groped which is always a bad way to go. So what's interesting to me. Is that his lawyers out there. And an hour later He's announcing his resignation. And i just think that know. He had an impossible road to hoe here. You know the bricks were just too many and this was common. Yeah the surprise here is. There wasn't a thirty day last stand with them. You know doing the tony. Montana scene from scarface. What he no but the thing is what do we say about crisis communications. Figure out where you have to go and get there as fast as possible. And i think that What he probably became convinced of grudgingly was they. Were gonna throw his ass outta there. I know it was clear. And this was the the problem with being cuomo when you operate with the bludgeon and thumb screw and scream method and politics over time. You have no friends so you're in trouble that your your so called allies. Not only won't help you. They sit around and say. How fast can we kill the guy. 'cause there's a wounded animal. He's even more dangerous so here we he became a you know. He had a reign of terror in albany did legislature was frightened of him and now i think they're frightened of of their own seats in their own concerns. I mean he became a liability and he had to go. But but this may quickly Just this may be. I use this joke lot. Maybe i have before but this is going to be like the old alley. Joke about buddy rich the famously savaged drummers funeral twenty thousand people showed up. Why for buddy rich. They wanted to make sure he was dead. No nobody's going to believe the fourteen days and then they're going to triple check the signature but one of the reasons. I think he did this now. As he wants to. Short circuit a bunch of these investigations. Yep and we'll see. I mean there's a criminal probe open in four jurisdictions Relative to some of this. And i think he's trying you know that's where the story goes. David i go away right paul. I think he grinds on well. It doesn't my guess is it's completely uninformed guests is sitting here on a podcast with you guys but wh- traffic in those anders lawyer. A former attorney general. I wonder if he or his lawyers didn't go to tisch. James the current attorney general and those other prosecutors and say okay ladies and gentlemen global settlement. Don't press any charges on me. And i quit and i think that's a lot of what's been gone. I suspect that's the conversation. That's that's the one thing that i could think of. That might cause the governor to go ahead and accept the reality and resigned. I have no again no knowledge but just having known him a very long time. I david i think your assessment is one hundred percent right. S.'s births You know it's the old adage in politics that he seemed to have never learned which is at france. Common friends go but enemies accumulate. Yeah yeah yeah. And he's got plenty. No i think you're i think that's exactly what's been going on. Paul is a You know he's got bigger concerns than simply giving up his office. And i think they've been trying to use what leverage he has to try and short-circuit those he hasn't wanna move from albany to attica. Believe we we've all been in. You know the the political crisis meeting in the incumbents office new. The room is set up by the terms of art. You here at first. It's like this is bad. Owns the news. Cycle polls are going to drop. Christ we may get a primary now. This could cut off the money. The electors look really tough. But the minute somebody says criminalization room empties out. Everybody quits or hires. The campaign is over. And that word has been brought up in the last week and cuomo bill and i think he's he's doing the strategic retreat to dig in and try to survive that and it's no longer about governor politics. You know when his chief of staff quit on. Sunday night I think that was a very strong signal of exactly Exactly what you're saying. That now the i will say the one of the things i noticed in the in the times yesterday was they did a big profile of kathy. Focal the lieutenant governor. Who's been lieutenant governor for seven years. Who will now become the governor and it shows you just how low profile she was that they actually ran a pronunciation guide to her name along with the story about the the the woman who is about to become governor but In the great governor tradition. I'm sure cuomo loved that low profile part. I remember tommy thompson governor every year. They'd shrink their office until we basically the size of a phone booth open. They never show up so But now you're gonna have a big tough democratic jungle fight for the governorship. Yeah which is a big powerful important governorship and there's going to be very little republican competition in which his james the attorney general. Who is a big player in this could could be. Yes could could very well be a candidate and There there probably will be others as well before we leave this story about andrew cuomo's resignation. We should note what the cuomo name. And what the cuomo franchise has meant in new york. Yeah epic his father. Mario cuomo three term governor towering figure in american politics andrew cuomo himself a three term Or almost three term governor for twenty four years out of the last. You know forty five or forty. I guess forty less. His father was elected in nineteen eighty two thirty nine years.

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"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

07:17 min | 10 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Just doesn't aside. I was talking to a former member of republican member of congress. The other day and i was ruing. The prospect of kevin mccarthy is speaker of the house because republicans have a good chance of winning the house. next time. this guy said he's never going to be speaker of the house. And i said why and he said because trump will screw them in the end like trump always does that. Trump will that the george w bush dagger between the shoulder example. He used said. Look what happened to george p went there and he he Kiss the ring and Humiliated himself trump's. Thank you very much santa on his way and then knifed him in the back on the way out the door. Yes the old story. The the general comes up and says you know leader stalin. Your your hair looks fantastic day. Oh thank you very much. Shoot the guy in his whole family. what happened. I don't like talk about my hair dangerous. So the guy at a true story murphy. There Well i if i say it's true than styles. Relatives will kill me. But i'll tell you. I was at the and you can look this up and mike murphy. Commentary dot com. I with styling museum twenty years ago and had a picture of all the young revolutionaries and they do the old tour with the lady and the you know the cardboard closed this is silent with many young revolutionaries loved him as a leader. And there's one guy of wolf is staring at you. It's the creepiest thing. The whole museum is the greatest thing. This tracy yeah. It's georgia is so you can. Actually i have a picture myself sitting on his toilet in his armored train. That's a kind of fun stuff. I was doing when i was working in central europe but anyway to end this long story and i recommend the peace you either can hear the old russia national anthem as a soundtrack to it on the website. Sh they killed everybody in the photo over ten years. Oh my god nobody. He knew in. Like highschool revolutionary times. Live well it certainly would kill you for sitting on his toilet. Wants to kill me right now. By the way what note the other person who has the matching train car which was given as a loving gift dictator dictator by styling. Is kim jungles father. The original korean dictator had matching armored cars to terrorize the peasants. But anyway question for you below sea calls eupol and says it looks like it's going to be a longer war in this senate thing. Do i pass the infrastructure thing. Now to give biden more muscle to get the big spending fight done and give them a win. But i have to untangle myself or do i sit. There held hostage by this thing and try to pick off member by member. What do you think her strategy ought to be now. Because i think there's a real danger even if they get the reconciles things going to slow down and the stronger biden is the better. They're going to do in the spending pie. i think i nancy pelosi is the sixth speaker either. Worked with or against and she's by far the best. I actually think she might be the best speaker in american history. Certainly yeah and Sort of an under appreciated asset among democrats always look to the presidency and we we love our democratic presidents but not under appreciated if you've worked in the white house while she was pat her tell you that absolutely or while she wasn't. Yeah exactly right. God rest tom. Foley sold please. You people over fully any day of the week Right so so first. Off i just i i cannot tell you how much i love and admire her and how glad i am. She's air second. She knows just the raw politics set aside the policy. Here's what the democrats have teed up. Well i look republicans actually write. It is highly likely republicans. Take the house. And here's why they have history on their side right. The the newly elected president loses seats every time for the last seventy five years except thirty four great depression after the new deal. Sixty two after weeks. Four weeks after the cuban missile crisis carry picked up a couple of seats and to nine eleven right. So thank you picked up. Say i think you you. You're short changing yourself. I think didn't you pick up seats in ninety eight ninety eight but that's not a newly elected president. Oh i see okay. The first midterm is just death. Good president obama was for president clinton. It was not for president bush because of nine eleven so the average is thirty. One seats that the party in the white house for newly elected president either party thirty one pelosi can lose five. She's down thirty. She just history so they have history they also of course have the mat making authority. They control far more maps in the republican party than the democrats do Because of their success in state legislative racist those are really powerful assets and then third in a lot of key states. they're passing voter suppression. What i believe. Voter suppression laws That are going to restrict the capacity for a black and brown and young voters to get in. In phot- these are three huge advantages structure republican democrats pretty much all they got against that is the president's popularity and economic strength so if i'm a democrat i should wake up every morning and say what can i do to make. Joe biden more popular. What can i do to make the economy stronger. Both of those accomplished by passing this bill today tomorrow as soon as possible. Those are the two things david you've been there. I've been there. I often great tension between the congressional wing of the party in the white house wing of the party and they don't always seem to understand that you know they're in this thing together. They hang together the hang separately app. Lutely pelosi gets that. But here's another argument That may be closer to their hearts. Which is this the quicker they pass this stuff and particularly infrastructure. Bill the quicker. They get to be cutting ribbons. Yes and announcing hola progress in their districts and So you know. I'm sure she will be selling that message to them as well. But there's going to be you know political success compounds so you can hit a home run. Hit a home run. That's rare you know. But a lot you know some of these Particularly of these progressive members are not professional politicians. Right there activists who became politicians and they want to exact as much as they can and they and because the republicans are likely to take over the house. There is a this is like the last helicopter out of saigon. You know everybody's grabbing for the skit right to try and get their priority on board so it's gonna be. It's gonna be tough sledding but it binds lucky pelosi is there If there's ever anyone who can land this it will be. It will be her. And i believe and i've said this before here. It's going to be her final act as speaker. Because i think if she gets his package through. It's not a unlikely that she will move on and take an appointment from From the president may be ambassador to the vatican Which would be great capstone to her career but she is the person who can get the so guys while we were hammering newsflash here. We don't need you. Don't need regular news media. You can just listen to us hours from now. We're just going to hang around with you. The rest of your lives and just read off the bulletin as we get them on our phones but Andrew cuomo has announced he will be resigning effective in fourteen days. And you take number..

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"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"One thing because everybody's had a chance to express their rage about this. I've got two grandchildren. Small children six and four starting school. Today they are going to wear masks. There are other children in their class. Who are not going to be wearing masks. I'm fearful for my kids i mean. I'm glad they're wearing masks. But i'm really really frightened about exposure given how vulnerable children are not being able to be vaccinated and and you know it is it is outright and the legislature. There has proscribed mask wearing or mask. Mandates you know. I mean this isn't just about you. How about my freedom. How about my crash or have the freedom of my grandchildren to to live. You know to not become ill because someone else as decided that they don't wanna do it. Yeah look shared. Interest is the whole principle behind public health behind food and drug. You know we don't live in a place where people are allowed freedom to the point of destroying the freedom of others so they it pseudo conservatism to argue. Somehow dismasting is about freedom it. It's not at all. I didn't actually have to say that. Because you guys have spoken to this Very eloquently but like Morris udall said when he was a freshman congressman. Everything that needs to be said has been sip but not everybody's had a chance to say it so Now i know i've said we know. Have a golden motto for hacksaw tap. Let me let me do a big push over to emphasize rod. Yeah i ruined your segue before. Yeah yeah that one was wobbly. So i'm going for the brute force one here now. Let's talk about a strategy now as we sit here the esteemed. Us senate on america's most powerful retirement home is passing a bipartisan. Legit bipartisan infrastructure. Bill with at least a dozen republican votes. And i think probably in the high teens. So what do we make of that. And what do we think will happen in the house. Because i believe the next chapter will be this three point. Five trillion opening bid. In my opinion crazy ass spending bill. That's going to be a lot tougher to do. Will they all get tangled up or with the infrastructure. Bill makeup forward. And what's your prediction on the. What the three point five turns into after he goes to the mansion and cinema massaging machine. What what you guys. You know that democrat world better than i do paul. You should speak to this before you do let. Let's just acknowledge that for months biden was being hector d- By people from the left who said that he was a Dreamy nostalgic naive old guy. Who was harkening back to times at didn't exist anymore and that he could never get republicans on board and that he was wasting time and So know let's acknowledge they were wrong. He was right. Yeah yes the bill is it. The bill is a compromise As almost every piece of legislation is and as this reconciliation. Bill will be but you know. Let's give him credit. He absolutes like it's like watching a big semi back into a very small loading dock and it's good to have people behind the wheel. Who kind of know how to maneuver. The machinery has been around for fifty years. He has a sense of it. He's got a good team around him. Steve clean and others who've done a really good job. And you know this is not done yet as you point out but you know he has a right to take a victory lap in for big. I told you so here by the way newsflash just came over twitter at just passed the senate. I don't have the final vote. And i agree binding gets line of credit. But i'm hoping the house democrats understand the faster. They put this thing in law the better for their president. Sixty nine senators sixty nine nineteen heroic republicans despite trump's saying compete against you if you vote for it that is a sign of change in the gop and the attornal truth that politicians love oversized scissors. The cut red ribbons had bryn. Maybe it's thirteen. Heroic republicans and six who were scared shitless right now fifty or scared decided to do the right thing to say a huge outside the minimum. We just step back and talk about within the democratic party. I'm always astonished at how the left can't take yes for an answer. Yeah this is an enormous win for the left for the progressive movement of the democratic party. When hillary clinton ran for president xi proposed the biggest infrastructure package in over generation and it was two hundred and seventy five billion to seventy five. This is one point two trillion of which about five fifty s brand new spending with a t with a t so this blows anything that any democrat has proposed in our lifetime out of the water is even adjusted for inflation. Much more money than the entire eisenhower interstate highways up cost. This is spectacular. Lunch is five hundred. Fifty billion dollars of new spending one hundred ten of which goes to roads and bridges. Sixty six goes to rail lines freight and passenger sixty five billion for rural broadband so that farmers can have high quality porn. Just like the city folks. So what's not to like. Should the left should be turning cartwheels. That they've won but you watch some of them. The i think the less savvy are going to whine and moan and complain as if this weren't enough In its its spectacular. Let's be clear one of the reasons. I agree with everything you said. But one of the reasons. I gotta y moan and complain is because they've mansion they've watched cinema and they understand the art of leverage and they're gonna try and leverage leverage this into the next piece of the reconciliation bill and shoehorn as much as they can get into that bill and they do have some leverage. I mean everybody. One thing about this congress. Is you got a house where a pelosi effectively has a three vote margin. you've got a senate that is even everybody's an entrepreneur to some degree. The question is the question is and this is goes to your point murphy and combines with the gals i honestly think this is too big to fail I think at some point people are going to take out their calculators. And say well you know if you add three trillion to one point two trillion that's four trillion dollars. That's a lot of money. That's a lot of investment and You know. I think there's gonna be a lot of heartburn between now and whenever this thing goes through because there will be people trying to leverage this and that and you know. It's pretty obvious that they can't really alter this infrastructure bill and bring it back to the senate and hold that coalition together so Pelosi has her work cut out for her. But you know talk about someone who knows how to back the truck into the into the dock. She's as good as there is well. Let's do a quick step back from it and do the the process here and then we can opine about it. So what's going to happen. Is the democrats are now going to debate. A reconciliation bill in domestic spending. Which in theory. They have enough votes to pass Which could include revenue measures. It's also got something in it about immigration which is another powder k. The problem is can they get fifty ds will the more conservative. These like mansion. Say it's too much money which they both ended at at three point five trillion. Which by the way is more than three quarters of the cost of the second world. War two the. Us government real dollars couldn't resist my favorite factoid On the other hand bernier some of the lips could say no. It's too small. We won't so senators going to have a big fight on the democratic side or probably who's going to sit on the side and clutch their pearls and say this is going to bankrupt the country and all that and.

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"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

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"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"What's different. What's different is yes. People used to get mad. People didn't use to grovel and apologize like this for it. I think that's different was social media. I mean i didn't read the criticisms of this because i don't think they're worthy to read. I just read. That was his reaction. Obviously he felt it was important enough for him to make this apology deal. He really thinks he should apologize. I don't he just wants to avoid the new cycle. I don't blame them. You know. I understand this but at some point people are going to have to stand up to these bullies. Because that's what it is. It's just bullying but i can make you crawl like a dog and i enjoy it. I mean he's latino making latino movie with the latino cast good enough. Nothing is ever good enough of this people. They're like children. We don't raise her children right. And it's reflected in the media. No one ever tells their children's shut the fuck up. Sit down listen to your elders. Stop bitching there's a simple answer for linen. Everyone else go go on twitter and to paraphrase george w bush. Turn on the off button. Joe biden is president because he never got on twitter in his life and most of his advisors were not on twitter and they didn't pay attention those people. I talked almost every candidate when they were running in the democratic party. And i can tell you when they thought of their target voter in primaries they were thinking of an assistant professor of aromatherapy candle making an i was and i would say them no. It's a church lady in orangeburg south carolina. That's the heart of your party biden. Knew that he didn't need me to tell him right. That's why he won because he didn't listen to those people because he didn't have a twitter button. All right thank you. You were great euros now. Our buddy new rules okay new role. Someone has to tell the far-right anti-government militia group who call themselves the three percenters. You sound like a low fat milk. It's confusing when people say you're intolerant. Can't tell if they mean you're racist or that you might cause mild to severe bloating and cramps new role. Now that the european union has recommended leading american tourists. Come back to ask themselves. Why wasn't it nicer without us. Waddling around your cathedrals and our crocs your streets are narrow and we're not it's not a good fit you want obnoxious with money. Who won't complain that everything's too small. Try the chinese there. Were doing a concert and your band hasn't had a hit since the eighties. And you say this. Next song is from our new album. You can't look hurt when we go to the bathroom one. Your fans are older and now they have to go to the bathroom. Joe and two. What's an album euro. You can honor your husband for being a.

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"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Go through as you go through charging documents if you go through. Somebody's charging documents. I live in. dc. And i was there in january six and it was very weird very strange but you see people who were like taking a selfie after like breaking known the capital. And then they're like how could you possibly know it was me. Black guy also bragged about it on a dating site. Yes a dealing with the most supreme white people here dangerous offer together. It's true and that's obvious. And that's the challenge here. Is that like. We know that this can go terribly wrong. And we've seen it happen before we sought with oklahoma city. Which before then you saw that with ridge and waco and a host of other events and the concern here is that how the fbi how'd security agencies do basically everything which is to spend a lot of money overemphasize invasions of privacy and bumble. Along is going to get us into a disaster. So let me ask about the other crime issue which street crime which is going on in a very big way right now. Forty-nine percent of the people say it's a very big problem at homicides largest single year increase since nineteen sixty and the new york mayor race which the primary is tuesday or wednesday is going to be the mayor of new york. That is the big issue and the leading candidate. This is fairly new. Eric adams I'm just learning about him. After an american ex cop ex republican and i love this strapped all the time. This guy goes to church with a guy and he's got the issue crime you know. It may be big blue new york. But they're worried about it and he is the one who was when they were all zigging he was egging. He's like defunding the police no and he's ready. He talks about how opposition to funding the police. Opposition to it wins across everything race ideology age so my question is the democrats who are pandering to that. Who is it four or are you getting. Its for fifteen percent of the party. Who are the over educated over caffeinated over opinionated liberals on twitter. I guess we gotta have them. I check did with the pollsters democratic. Pollsters garin hart yang. They say in democratic dominated city's crime has no passed education and how housing affordability is a number one issue. So smart democrats are listening to that valdez. A former police chief is a congresswoman from florida. she's announced she's running for senate in her announcement. She talks about having been a police chief. You're seeing that more and more around the country here in la job. Kayano is a former cop running for mayor. I don't know how he's going to do but more more. You're seeing that democrats have got to get on offense on this. Because it's real you know a jeff bezos is not going to get mud. It's the people who are in my party who suffer. The most crime goes right. But i think that that's something in some ways you heard from people at what you've heard from. I would say class. African american communities for years is that you have simultaneous policing under policing if you look at say homicide clearance rates and a lot of major cities honolulu. There's a twenty five percent homicide clearance rate that means in one out of four cases. A case is closed. that doesn't necessarily mean solve. It just means closed like what exactly are homicide police in honolulu. Doing who knows who could say. But i think that that's the thing here. Is that when you heard what i heard people talking about. Defunding the police. I heard it in the way of like. Wow this restaurant sucks. We do not want this restaurant. Keep being like this restaurant anymore. Right and so report choice of words. There's also a sense that there's also a sense that like look among the people who is doing the biggest defunding of police in twenty nine hundred and twenty twenty with donald trump by trying to pull money from so-called sanctuary cities and so. I think that there's a real issue. I think that eric adams and i think there are a lot of people in the left. Who are less of him. That are really concerned about this. But if you can thread the needle. When i call the police someone should come and the police should not sit outside my apartment waiting for something to happen so that they can bust me on something and then know that they can violate my rights and received qualified immunity in court because the supreme court made it up. I think that's a needle that people are going to be into yes. They are.

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"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"So you guys listen to this. The new republican talking point. You're going to love it. You know the little attack. They had on the capital on january. Six okay now. It's the fbi. Who did it. I mean i was. I was a couple of weeks ago making fun of the fact that they they were saying just a few weeks ago. It was liberals dressed up. Now i guess out now tucker. Carlson pushing the fbi. And i had this goes. He talks about it for a day. Now the my pillow guy's gonna tweet it out and then before the month is out dinner desouza. We'll have a documentary biden's f. b. i. And the death of liberty and trump will be like people are saying it's the fbi back to being at war with our own security forces. The capitol police were given voted gold medals doing not that day for defending the capital and twenty one republicans. Yeah would vote for that for what the police wh. What is happening. Where we're one republican a freshman congressman from georgia. Republican refused to shake the hand of officer. Mike oni washington dc police department who had helped save. The capital refused to even shake his hand. It's weird how this is becoming. This has been ret conned multiple times and there have been no offer over. It's kind of like it's a weird complicated where there are three different versions of the same story and everyone just keeps running through them like i. It wasn't that bad then. It was well it was antifa. But now it's like oh it's the fbi and then you see this weird martin bailey argument. Well they're like well the f. b. i. has infiltrated these groups and then tucker. Carlson went with like the fbi. Did it which it would be bad so but we know that these capital police. These very brave people were only about a minute ahead of the mob. And this is a mob with a blood bloodlust. We know this. They smeared feces on pelosi's office walls. When you're when you're communicating and feces that's my rule..

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A Look At Biden's Campaign Strategy Four Months Ahead Of November's Election

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 2 years ago

A Look At Biden's Campaign Strategy Four Months Ahead Of November's Election

"That one of its most effective weapons against Trump is trump himself. What he says and how he acts. But gun says they're also trying to lay out. The clear difference between these two men are best counterprogramming to Donald Trump is contrast Joe Biden's leadership, his vision for the future. His steadiness. His experience to deal with crises. With what people are getting from their president. Right now, Democratic strategist Paul Begala says the Corona virus pandemic makes the contrast feels sharper than it did in 2016 when he was just a candidate People Judge Trump the way they judged him when he was just a reality TV show. Oh, look, he's picked a Twitter war with Rosie O'Donnell. When you're president and people are dying, picking a Twitter war with bubble Wallace, the NASCAR driver doesn't save my mom's life. Begala points out that in the last century, voters have fired only three elected presidents. And one thing that happened to the incumbent in all of those cases is that people just stopped listening to the president. They gave up on him. I think that Biden strategies to let Trump fail. That's Ari Fleischer. He was press secretary under George W. Bush make biting the smallest possible don't make him an issue. Don't put him in a position to say you ain't black anybody else ever again or make any other foibles like that? And lead Donald Trump take all the heat. He was referring to a controversial comment that Vita made on the breakfast club, Fleischer admits part of what makes this all hard for Trump is that he has a shadow opponent. Biden is nowhere near is visible is the president In the last month, he held three public virtual events, seven in person events, all in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and he did a total of six TV interviews. Pleasure, says Trump just doesn't know how to handle this Loki Biden. For starters, he thinks the nickname Sleepy Joe is off with 3.5 years of President Trump being as red hot as he is. And with the covert scare underway. Sleepy also can notes calm, which very well may be the antidote for many voters. To the trump era. Fleischer suggests jump should try to paint Biden as weak. Button himself may be focused on the less is more strategy. But operationally, Democrats say they're much better position than they were four years ago. Lavoro Barnes is the chair of the Michigan Democratic Party. If you were to have parachuted in at this point in 2016 I think you would have found that there were probably about 20 people on the ground. The difference here is that we have about 160 people on the ground on the ground is figurative. Nobody from dividing campaign is knocking. Indoors. Even though Trump campaign volunteers are Democrats say that's foolish given the rising number of covert cases. But for now, that's not their fight. As Paul Begala told me if your opponent is destroying himself, don't interrupt. Asma Khalid NPR news

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"paul begala" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on KCRW

"Like so much of American life In the past few years, the presidential election can seem to be about just one person, Donald Trump. There is another candidate, though Joe Biden rarely dominates the news cycle the way that the president can, but polls show he is beating Trump in almost every key battleground state. So what exactly is his strategy? Here's NPR's asthma. Biden held one in person event this week in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware. I have to Start by speaking about what millions Americans know when they wake up every morning with worry, anxiety and fear. We're still a country in crisis. This is typical Joe Biden, trying to stay focused on the pandemic will be goaded into outrage over inflammatory tweets. Occasionally, he rolls out a new plan. Some would say he's playing it safe. Senior advisor and needed done puts it this way. What we're doing right now is showing people what kind of President Joe Biden would be. The biting campaign admits that one of its most effective weapons against Trump is Trump himself. What he says and how he acts. But done says they're also trying to lay out. The clear difference between these two men are best counterprogramming to Donald Trump is to contrast Joe Biden's leadership, his vision for the future. His steadiness. His experience could deal with crises. With what people are getting from their president. Right now, Democratic strategist Paul Begala says the Corona virus pandemic makes the contrast feels sharper than it did in 2016 when he was just a candidate People Judge Trump the way they judged him when he was just a reality TV show. Oh, look, he's picked a Twitter war with Rosie O'Donnell. When you're president and people are dying, picking a Twitter war with bubble Wallace, the NASCAR driver doesn't save my mom's life. Begala points out that in the last century, voters have fired only three elected presidents. And one thing that happened to the incumbent in all of those cases is that people just stopped listening to the president. They gave up on him. And I think that Biden strategies to let Trump fail. That's Ari Fleischer. He was press secretary under George W. Bush make biting the smallest possible. Don't make him an issue. Don't put him in a position to say you ain't black to anybody else ever again, or make any other foibles like that. And lead Donald Trump take all the heat. He was referring to a controversial comment that Biden made on the breakfast club. Fleischer admits. Part of what makes this all hard for Trump is that he has a shadow opponent. Biden is nowhere near is visible is the president In the last month, he held three public virtual events. Seven in person events all in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and he did a total of six TV interviews, Fleischer says. Trump just doesn't know howto handle this Loki Biden. For starters, he thinks the nickname Sleepy Joe is off with 3.5 years of President Trump being as red hot as he is. And with the covert scare underway. Sleepy also can notes calm, which very well may be the antidote for many voters. To the trump era, Fleischer suggests Trump should try to paint buy them as weak. But in himself may be focused on the less is more strategy. But operationally, Democrats say they're much better position than they were four years ago. Lavoro Barnes is the chair of the Michigan Democratic Party. If you were to have parachuted in at this point in 2016 I think you would have found that there were probably about 20 people on the ground. The difference here is that we have about 160 people on the ground on the ground is figurative. Nobody from the biting campaign is knocking. Indoors. Even though Trump campaign volunteers are Democrats say that's foolish given the rising number of covert cases. But for now, that's not their fight. As Paul Begala told me if your opponent is destroying himself, don't interrupt. Asma.

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"paul begala" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Let's talk about correctly pointed out all of his life in many respects then we did what we talking about in many ways and social society right now the king reminded us we have the very rich individuals yeah I I know I again more than a half century has passed their Bolshevik boy since Martin Luther king said anything all right and what what is Martin Luther king have to do with socialism he's got a quote from Martin Luther king on socialism I'd you know I'd really have centuries past generations have been born the Soviet Union has fallen since Martin Luther king passed and and under but old old Norwood so Denmark as many pointed out in Denmark they vote Danish's three kids which they're they're completely insane Bernie and Bloomberg and then Bloomberg jumps in and makes an obvious point and this even had the Democrat Paul Begala a little rain cold this morning I'm truly have the best phone socialist in the country happens to be a millionaire with three houses what I'm missing Washington the first problem the house like thousands of.

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"paul begala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is a we know by the time it's all said and done you have shocked the nation by all indications we are going on to New Hampshire and that is so interesting if it was even that old true when you have zero percent precincts reporting and you say all indications we won I think that's a little bit of a problem with the truth not really sure but I think so I'm gonna go to a second source he actually talks like he won our Bronco vomited MF to Brock bomb one as you heard Paul Begala see earlier he gave this great speech but this party just heard Chris Matthews is coming apart they don't want Bernie Sanders to be the guy and they don't want Mike Bloomberg to be the guy told or surging to a degree and both don't represent I guess where they think the party should be if you want to hear on hands listen to Michael Moore on C. span on Friday when he or the DNC is changing the rules in order to get rid of the number of donors required to be on the state debate stage I just put polling points cut ten I want to thank you I'm sorry eight six they removed so that he could be the very support the American people he can just his way into the base.

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"paul begala" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on WTVN

"Just typical of what you get from your media. Oh, what do we get from fake news CNN wonder if he's going to be in trouble for referring to Paul Begala now the Clinton hack slam for referring to a vodka Trump and Jared Kushner as cockroaches. Wow. Pretty amazing. You know, then you have let's say big labor complaining that this is great for the Republicans. It was great for the president. And you know, big labor complaints that Cossio Cortez's green new deals going to harm millions of union workers. Yeah. But she said, don't worry. You guys that work every day hard for a living, those of you in manufacturing, those of you that work in the factories and build the cars and make this country run every day and produce the goods and services that we all use and we desperately need and want and desire. All, you know, don't worry about those millions of jobs because automation will come in. Because Kasi oh Cortes says that government should control how businesses run. And of course, we're going to nationalize healthcare. We're going to nationalize the energy industry. And now the president of the AFL CIO now says that a Casio's green new deal will harm million millions of union workers. Well, don't worry. They'll have more time for creating art. She's telling you. By the specter of being automated out of work. Whether it's a tax rate, weather, it's distributing wealth. That is created by automation. If we talk if we if we approach solutions to our system and start entertaining ideas like that, then we should be excited about automation. Because what it what it could potentially mean is more time educating ourselves more time creating art more time investing and investigating in the sciences more time focused on invention. More time going to space more time enjoying the world that we live in. Oh, who cares? If you're automated out of a job, whether your work or you don't work, you know, willingly or unwilling..

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"paul begala" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is just typical of what you get from your media. Oh, what do we get from fake news CNN wonder if he's going to be in trouble for referring to Paul Begala now the Clinton hack slam for referring to a Vonk of Trump and Jared Kushner as cockroaches. Wow. Pretty amazing. You know, then you have let's say big labor complaining that this is great for the Republicans is great for the president. And you know, big labor complaints that Cossio Cortez's green new deals going to harm millions of union workers. Yeah. But she said, don't worry. You guys that work every day hard for a living, those of you in manufacturing, those of you that work in the factories and build the cars and make this country run every day and produce the goods and services that we all use and we desperately need and want and desire. All, you know, don't worry about those millions of jobs because automation will come in because Cossio Cortez says that government should control how businesses run. And of course, we're going to nationalize healthcare. We're going to nationalize the energy industry. And now the president of the AFL CIO now says that a Casio's green new deal will harm million millions of union workers. Well, don't worry. They'll have more time for creating art. She's telling you. By the specter of being automated out of work. Whether it's a tax rate, weather, it's distributing wealth. That is created by automation. If we talk if we if we approach solutions to our system and start entertaining ideas like that, and we should be excited about automation. Because what it what it could potentially mean is more time educating ourselves more time creating art more time investing and investigating in the sciences more time focused on invention. More time going to space more time enjoying the world that we live in. Oh, who cares? If you're automated out of a job, whether your work or you don't work, you know, willingly or unwilling..

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"paul begala" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of what you get from your media. What do we get from fake news CNN wonder if he's going to be in trouble? For referring to Paul Begala, another Clinton hack, slam for referring to a Vonk Trump and Jared Kushner as cockroaches. Wow. Pretty amazing. You know, then you have let's say big labor complaining that this is great for the Republicans is great for the president. And you know, big labor complaints that Cossio Cortez's green new deals going to harm millions of union workers. Yeah. But she said, don't worry. You guys that work every day hard for a living, those of you in manufacturing, those of you that work in the factories and build the cars and make this country run every day and produce the goods and services that we all use and we desperately need and want and desire. All, you know, don't worry about those millions of jobs because automation will come in because Cossio Cortez says that government should control how businesses around. And of course, we're going to nationalize healthcare. We're going to nationalize the energy industry. And now the president of the AFL CIO now says that a Casio's green new deal will harm millions millions of union workers. Well, don't worry. They'll have more time for creating art. She's telling you. By the specter of being automated out of work. Whether it's the tax rate, weather, it's distributing wealth. That is created by automation. If we talk if we if we approach solutions to our system start, entertaining ideas like that, and we should be excited about automation. Because what it what it could potentially mean is more time educating ourselves more time creating art more time investing and investigating in the sciences more time focused on invention. More time going to space more time enjoying the world that we live in. Oh, who cares? If you're automated out of a job, whether your work or you don't work willingly or unwilling..

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"paul begala" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Got it. So this is just typical of what you get from your media. Oh, what do we get from fake news CNN wonder if he's going to be in trouble for referring to Paul Begala now the Clinton hack slam for referring to a vodka Trump and Jared Kushner as cockroaches. Wow. Pretty amazing. You know, then you have let's see big labor complaining that this is great for the Republicans is great for the president. And you know, big labor complaints that a Cossio Cortez's green new deals going to harm millions of union workers. Yeah. But she said, don't worry. Now, you guys that work every day hard for a living, those of you in manufacturing, those of you that work in the factories and build the cars and make this country run every day and produce the goods and services that we all use and we desperately need and want and desire all, you know, don't worry about those millions of jobs because automation will come in because Cossio Cortez says that government should control how businesses run. And of course, we're going to nationalize healthcare. We're going to nationalize the energy industry. And now the president of the AFL CIO now says that a Casio's green new deal will harm million millions of union workers. Well, don't worry. They'll have more time for creating art. She's telling you. By the specter of being automated out of work. Whether it's a tax rate, weather, it's distributing wealth. That is created by automation. If we talk if we if we approach solutions to our system and start entertaining ideas like that, then we should be excited about automation. Because what it what it could potentially mean is more time educating ourselves more time creating art more time investing and investigating in the sciences more time focused on invention. More time going to space more time enjoying the world that we live in. Oh, who cares? If you're automated out of a job, whether your work or you don't work, you know, willingly or unwillingly..

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"paul begala" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"paul begala" Discussed on KTOK

"Skulls talking about that is International Women's Day. And I see the Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison has said it's not about setting Australians against each other and trying to push some down to lift others up. We want to see women rise. But we want to see women rise. We don't want to see women rise only on the basis of others doing worse. And it does seem to me that we actually have a crisis of manhood in America. And many other parts of the world in that we have opened up a lot of the. Most pleasurable aspects of life to women in the last century or so. And so now, for example, women graduate from college at far higher rates than men women are increasingly dominant in the professions, such as the law profession and the most sought after professions, the new jobs generally in women friendly areas, and the dying jobs, the mills and the factor is a jobs that mended men as my friend Tucker Carlson talks about in his fine. New book. Talking points out that one of the things that happens when a man has no work when a man has nothing to fulfill him in life, nothing to give him a sense of dignity in life. One of the things that almost automatically happens is he doesn't become an attractive candidate for marriage, so men increasingly large parts of rural America checking out of the marriage game. We have falling life expectancy rights for rural right males in America. We took a coal for Mago in Newton, Massachusetts, Massachusetts male life expectancy rates a falling. Because of a lot of ordinary men who basically dying of despair, the heroine and meth. Epidemics, raging across rural America are largely epidemics for men. It's men who had died from it. So we have all these opportunities to celebrate women. And obviously we have things like the women's March men get a some input into the women's March. They have Louis Farrakhan who big calypso Louis who's the big guy that the three women behind the women's March love him and think he's great so men like Louis Farrakhan, do have some male input into the big women's March. But essentially we are living in times. And I think that actually is part of the whole trans thing as well as a couple of years ago. There was a survey that said for every. Nine. For every one woman who transitions into a man there are nine men who transition into women. So that in other words, the whole transgender movement is in a certain sense a flight from being male because there's no point what's the point of being a man in today's world from the minute. You gotta gray school grade school men and manliness is crushed to use the word Manley. Manliness the manly virtues. These are expressions that we once used fairly serious. And now a us either as hate speech, terms or Perot? So we have a it's a very it's an unusual situation. And it's a big story. It's a big story politics goes on a costs and speaking of men, they still have a few in the democrat party and tremendous Paul Begala Paul Begala, whether he's still on CNN. But at the time when I spend more time sitting at the gate at American apple it's than I do. Now. Paul Begala used to host crossfire on CNN. He used to be the left-wing guy, and he was just rather sort of boring tact dog I always found, but the bowling attack dog has said that Trump must be done. He's pulled the goal has been left behind by the New Democrats. He's saying Trump must be dancing for joy at the news that Sherrod Brown will not be running for president Sherrod Brown. Announced yesterday that he would not be running for president. He announced it to a room full of crickets chirping. He's in case, you didn't know who he is. I don't know who he is either. Oh, wait. He's a democrat Senator from Ohio. He's a bit of a boy Chaba. He he looks. He looks younger than easy as he seems quite Pleasanton, a sort of other bland vapid, boring kind of way and Paul Begala is arguing that. This was the guy who could have beaten Trump in twenty twenty. He pulled the gala never mind understanding his opponents, Paul Begala doesn't understand his own party Sherrod Brown. That's Sherrod Brown is a straight white male in a party that has so fetish is identity politics that it that the first criteria. They look for when they're examining. Whether you're viable candidate is whether you check any interesting identity politics boxes is that happened to catch their fancy Alexandro Casio Cortes is a Latino woman Ilan Oma is a Muslim immigrant from Somalia Elizabeth, and that's why if you have the misfortune to be white in the democrat party, you pretend you're not like it like Elizabeth Warren who's one one thousand and twenty fourth Cherokee. Because there's no point being there's no point just not checking any of the bolt. But also, Paul Begala goes wrong in this in this sense. It's going to be something special that beats Trump. If Trump is to be beaten in twenty twenty Yukon beat him with Sherrod Brown. You can't beat him with something normal. You got more sense. That's why they made a huge mistake with Hillary. Last time round because they calculated that Hillary was centrist, and and politics in a sense where she was so famous when you become a at a certain level famous as in first lady famous it's hard to pin. It's harder to pin. Partisan politics on you. And so they thought that they would go with something moderate and centrist. And in fact, crazy bunny is where the parties hot is. They want to romance. They want to fall in love you fall in love with a guy like Sherrod Brown. You can fall in love with a Kamala Harris, you can fall in love with a Bernie Sanders. You can fall in love with off these crazy crazy crazy people that you can fall in love with an Alexandria Casio. They want to romance they want a romance. And so the idea that you could beat Trump with they're going to go. They want to go full left. That's where the energy in the party. Is that's what we saw yesterday and people keep thinking there's this sort of fake the that that actually is still a an old school sensible. Centrist Madre Joe Biden if he ever does get in the race. Joe Biden is going to be running not just well to the left of who he was in the seventies. He's going to be running well to the left of way, he was as Obama's vice president. That's the point the party is moving left ear and left. Oh, woh Kia and woke here, and it doesn't want to be told it put up with Hillary Clinton last time it put up with her. They believed all the big shots. The big shots said to them. You can't win with crazy burning. You can only win with Hilary. Yes. She's boring. Yes. She steph. Yes, she's charmless. Yes. She's unlikable. Yes. She keeps falling over in public. But look we can lean against the wall and say, this is the first woman president in. America. Okay. She can't stand up on aided. She she. She's she's mixed up with this cook and foundation, but she will be. So they said, okay, we'll go sicker Hillary Clinton. But we'll do as we're told. They're not gonna do as they're told this time round. And that's someone they've got they've got these various lanes as they say in primaries, you got the left-wing lane. You got the centrist lane. You've got the right wing lane. You've got the foreign policy lane. You got the fiscally conservative line all the rest of it. But at the in the end, somebody is going to emerge from the left wing lane of the Democrats, and they are going to be in the strongest position to be the nominee. This is not a party that once a guy like Sherrod Brown. Mark Steyn for rush. We'll take your calls straight ahead..

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