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National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard
"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.
"paul matt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Gallagher Paul Matt rep Gallagher on Twitter congressman do you speak any foreign languages. I speak Arabic speak Arabic now if you were on a board of a country a company that had a foreign language that was outside of Arabic do you think you'd be worth fifty thousand dollars a month if you didn't speak the language of the country in which the company operated. I do not have to worry fifty thousand dollars a month but is that what incidentally what Baker Mayfield getting paid intersection or. map on that your your actually be getting paid a lot more per interception a lot more and and wealth will switch that around we're not worried we help the rant the Superbowl ran the the ram during the Superbowl because the Packers Wharton last year the Packer they make it to the ramp principle on the brown tell them the twenty points and have the ball at the five with four down to go on Monday night I don't I know you don't know much about football but that's pretty good for a team that was in sixteen two years ago we'll be fine it's pretty pretty good to fail to capitalize on four opportunities or from inside and out. I woke up. I will be happy about thank you closely because she's distracting from how terrible the grounds are right I am I am very happy with the fact that the brewers I have got seventy losses in the nationals at sixty nine if the birth to continue to lose that means the nationals why have the home field advantage that when the Indians at they play the national for the final three games and that's will go in the tank so I need your brewer to keep up what they do best which is lose. did you go away here thought I lost you there for a second but I was stunned by that were yeah. well I don't know you that but I was down by you were stuck like a parent I said I hope I need the birth to continue to do what they do best which is lose so that the nationals won't do their starters against the Indians and the end of the season Hey let me get to the important stuff Nancy Pelosi announced nothing after that she had a press conference and she announced nothing as far as I can translate it nothing changed in my right Mike Gallagher. how to present the proper procedure would be to vote to authorize an official inquiry which Republicans did in nineteen ninety eight relative to Bill Clinton the clothes he had not done that and I hear she doesn't intend to so the inquiry start in the worst and least transparent way possible instead this afternoon we are going to be voting on a resolution to prematurely released August twelfth with the blower complaint even though we are already getting the report by the end of the week house Democrats in my opinion having already voted out of peach meant twice before the mall a report which even done are trying to force a vote on a resolution that if the purely on unverified planes of wrongdoing on part of the administration the resolution in quotes Washington post article we simply don't know anything about the rap the the with the bush clan the president has that he's going to release the transcripts of the call and the eyes your report on the with the blocks I finally do not understand what this vote this afternoon at the back out into your original point you wound that I have heard nothing yes they're going to do a formal vote on it impeachment inquiry and that's what you because I don't think she wants to put her vulnerable members make remarks from district in that position right now yeah and so at the end after you vote for this what changes that was different from what was going on yesterday. but nothing other than the speaker and has directed the committee chairs include Maxine waters and Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff. to compile all of their complaint against the trump administration into one big document that presumably would form articles of impeachment and then we sat for directly to that part of the process but let let's perhaps we'll talk about this and let's let's say you have a listener who is just doesn't know what's going on right doesn't know trump did something wrong or doesn't really know the problem is if you start off on this Sir process Salpointe. you're going to completely destroy what little credibility you have right now many peach meant to my knowledge is only been used three times in our country's history you're talking about overturning the results of an election we have a little over a year before another election so you're talking about overturning the will of the American people the Max that you have to be willing to do it in the most open honest and transparent way possible and I fear they are starting off from a completely non transparent and modeled process and that is not going to write down to put a few benefits no not if they wouldn't do the regular order of impeachment and we've done this two times in recent memory we did this with Bill Clinton did this was Richard Nixon what what regular order for impeachment imply. once we do it would start having never been through it myself I think it when having and not serving on a committee jurisdiction I think it starts with that vote to authorize an official inquiry and presumably the rules of the house if hello see the power to you know investigative subpoena the administration of perhaps the cobbled together in some sort of impeachment process that has to start with that that vote off road in Corey but you do have house rules in nineteen seventy five did a grand committees the power you know with the material and Mister Ellis and meet anytime within the United States in other words they can claim the investigation has already begun but then the second step would be the judiciary process doing robust investigation hearing and marking up the articles of impeachment after they conducted their hearing an investigation I think later said yesterday that you need are you ready to go you feel like they have enough where they can they can get quite that committee markup and then after the committee markup it passed out of committee we would then consider articles of impeachment on the house floor reported out of the Judiciary Committee and those would be privileged for immediate consideration on the house floor and passage would be by a simple majority vote so in other words a simple majority vote after being reported out of the Judiciary Committee would that be committed in the Senate and you're gonna have my my friend and colleague James Lankford ought to discuss what happened in the Senate but in order for a conviction you need a two thirds vote from the Senate to remove the president from office which is highly highly unlikely not now Mike if there is a select committee thanks of those a select committee to consider impeachment would you like to be a member of that. I'd love to be a member of it I'm not a lawyer but I think that day but the benefit and I try to approach you think from a common sense perspective and I think you have given my background in. quality perhaps that it had a unique perspective but that would be for the minority leader to decide on what a lot of Gary R. smart and capable colleague on the district committee in the oversight committee archer walked out well not now but it's up to the Majority Leader right that's what I want to get to it's completely his call correct yes and so how many members would be on it do you have any idea I haven't actually don't know the answer that question you know presumably the Majority Leader and the speaker would negotiate on the make up of the special committee that would roughly reflect the balance of the broader house so you know you can imagine you know a a yeah well it's a ten Democrats say Republicans is something like that I just don't know if there's anything specified in house rules right now that would dictate the make up the committee prior to that to get you know now my calendar at what you were you born. I was born in nineteen eighty four so you were born twenty years after the Cleveland Browns have the greatest running back in Cleveland Browns history the the the great Jimmy brown and you're probably too young to remember the Clinton impeachment right you would remember any of that stuff but you definitely don't remember Iran contra because in Iran contra the Democrats held the committee under Ronald Reagan you you were born you were alive born in nineteen eighty four twenty years after Jimmy brown when the survey that the NFL championship there was no Superbowl is back when is a real league with very few teams we beat the pack in a week we paid everyone Jimmy brown rants sixty four in the second term of Reagan there was an Iran contra select committee and Dick Cheney was the ranking minority member any had one lawyer Dick Leon who went on to become United States District Court for the district Columbia and he he actually ran the committee with Dick Cheney with an iron hand no showboating allowed members got Baskin occasional question but with Cheney and Leon ran that committee it's the way to do a committee do you think your colleagues would forego show boating on a select committee for the good of the country. well it is hard for me to to tell you that I I think members of Congress would forego showboating. you're on our side there has been more restraint I I think there has been a willingness to treat this appropriately and certainly I just try to approach this from a yeah let let's let the facts speak for themselves perspective it's very hard however he used to determine what's true and what isn't in the current media environment and particularly after three years and I think my friends on the left have to understand that for three years we were fed in particular persistent narrative about Russia collision that turned out not to be paid intact and there are lingering questions about the source of all those claims and the source of the five investigation I think that is diminished the media's credibility extensively and also raise serious questions about the intelligence community that still need to be answered and so I I I I do think everyone has a duty on the left and the right to approach this in a very sober fashion because we're talking about something incredibly incredibly extreme right now and something that quite frankly Hugh is very unpopular with the American people the other historical analog I would suggest you the way in which Congress handled the return of Douglas McArthur in the fifties after years five by Truman which was explosive incredibly explosive and really set the country on fire we had a lot of sober members of the Senate and the house that approach that integrate diligent business like fashion and make sure to descend into all out civil war in this country and so there are historical precedents we can drop on the conduct ourselves with integrity and with honesty and not allow this thing to get out of control now in terms of of predicates I've always said about this that the first thing you need to do is find out who under by near the money was doing on the Ukraine gas company board and what were they paying fifty thousand dollars a month over five years for that's like six million dollars Mike Gallagher number two what did Joe Biden known what to be. and when did he know what what did he do then what did president trump say to the Ukraine president the whistle blower didn't really catch here say so just nonsense but if they want to release that that's fine too do you have any idea how Joe Biden son hunter Biden could qualify for fifty thousand dollars a month. well it's an example foreign influence peddling that I think is out of control in this one many has absolutely no expertise in the energy sector so the only reason is that apple device president there's even more alarming questions about his work in China he reportedly went with his father an Air Force to for trip that resulted in a Beijing link companies making a one point five billion dollar deal with hunters investment. that is the swap at its worst that's political. that for me reportedly he went with his father an Air Force two for trip to China that resulted in Chinese companies making a one point five billion dollar deal with hunters investment firm yeah I I I to my knowledge of the nominee China expertise either more to come on that well let's let will keep talking about this and will keep talking about the birds going in the tank congressman Gallagher sorry about your birds lose them but they they continue to do so Hey America gonna remind you that relieve factor dot com it's that time of the.
"paul matt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"What's my Gig what's might west? My Buzz was my energy one of my running towards and having mm someone sit down with them and go never lose that for God's sake and no it and by the way you'll lazy description description of it because it's roughly this roughly roughly. This is not good enough. Get precise get super precise about what it is. The what is the fines finds you up because no one else is GonNa do it out for you and if you do that what other way it won't change enormously over life it'll brunch in interesting directions but it won't won't become a completely opposite thing in a completely different local life but that's you'll lifeline. That's an I don't mean lifeline to save you a line through life life so Paul Matt get take it seriously an ignore people who only ever joined the line of people saying fix what's broken because they're wrong wrong. I love it anything else. You WanNA touch on Ashley ogm smell. I think we covered a lot. We talk about Monty Python again. Hey I'd love to have you back and we can dig more into the book and dig more into Monty Python. You and I probably do several hours on Monty Python together. I think so because this one about an abattoir that really is just a classic. I don't run right now. That one's not triggering in my whiskey's Day. It's probably we've been obliterated from your mind altogether but for some reason as you were talking my my I was leaping into life of Brian. Oh well yes and in associate so's my wife and they're all wearing strange beds and then there's the whole studying thing. Yes you have to buy the white now people listening to this <music> who haven't seen life of Brian going one earth of these two talking. It sounds horrible. Yeah is nobody listens. We're okay okay. Well listen. Thanks on. It's Been Great Fun Asi you're awesome. I Really WanNa thank you for writing this book to. I'm a fan boy. I think it's a really fun insightful book. I hope a million or more people buy it. It's fantastic and hope to have you back your awesome. Well just let me know when I'll be Ryan. Thank you brother other shows. Might there is Ashley. Goodall nine lies about work. I sure hope you enjoyed that conversation. As much as I enjoyed having having it now I want to ask you. Are you planning for legendary success because part of being legendary means knowing your numbers and today more than ever. Are you want to be on top of the seminal numbers that drive the growth of Your Business and that's where my friends at nets we come in imagine having every critical number all the metrics that you need to manage and grow your business.
"paul matt" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"I'm very. Sighted handover to Jeff house bold managing Paul. Matt SoftBank vision fund. You have now arrived at your destination. Just it is such pleasure time on the staff had so many great things from Glenn g to Arabic and open doors issues. Thank you for joining me. Stay hurry, things having me your podcast is renowned, and so it's a pleasure to be here that is very, very kind of you, but I'd love to get to stay with little bit on you, Jeff. So how did you make your way into the world of venture in one of the most fascinating roles as managing partner, the vision fund, why spend my close to thirty year career really as an operator, but also doing a lot of deals, Iran business development and corporate venture, and number of fortune five hundred companies have been in advisor to half the dozen venture capital, firms and KTAR in the private equity side and shutter fly my last position, we bought seventeen companies. So in my career, I've bought forty six companies and sold five, and so I've been involved in a lot of deals. I also have been an angel investor in a number of startups and in. The valley and a mentor to a lot of CEO. So it's been a passion of mine, and as I tired from shutter fly in Wisconsin. Plating my next move. I was trying to figure out if I go back into an operating role or into a investing role, and I was actually headed to go run a public company when I met Masayoshi Son, and he convinced me to join the founding, managing partner and help change the world through the vision fund, what did he say that enticed you enough us meeting that was so compelling that may change your plans? A huge Admira of my she say what did he say? Will, you know, Masa is a visionary and his track record is second to none. And he was very impressed with the public company. I was going to run. But he said, your talents could be applied across a number of companies in many different industries across many different geographies, and you have a much greater impact through the vision fund in helping the next generation of entrepreneurs really amplify their vision and achieve and impact both from a business standpoint. But. Also from societal one, and I went home and thought about it for about three days, and I said, I'm in and that was about two years ago. I am slightly loud story, but we mentioned some of the people that we know mutually beforehand, and one being glam from GV. And he said, specifically were the roster that contemplation of operates us is investor. He held the roles of C V C. I'm what were the takeaways timing operations really impacted your investing mentality today when I was thinking about the move into venture? I thought being an operator would be a differentiator. I actually underestimated how much so when you're CEO, you have to think about your industry, your company, your comparative, and competitive differences. What is your corporate strategy? What are the few things that you're going to do? Well, how do you assemble a team that augment your capabilities? And how do you paint a vision that helps people at she more collectively than they thought possible individually, and you have to then have a set of KPI's and measurement? That's against what your progress is and have to remain flexible so that you have a true north and you have a clear strategy, but in a changing face of macroeconomic competitive landscape, consumer preferences technological leapfrogging, you have to be adaptable, and flexible to that changing environment. And as you think about being a venture capitalist, you have to do many of those, same things she up to understand the industry, the value chain what the addressable market is you believe this is a management team that has clarity of vision the capability to assemble a great team and execute flawlessly over a long period of time to create differentiation, and scale, and so they're similar, but different roles and having had a lot of.
"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Live. From hardwood near you. He'll join us right before a big night of college basketball. And who knows who else? No presidents trivia today. We did that yesterday for those missed it. It was president's day. And we had an unintended conversation about presidents. It went on to the last second of the program. We had a great time. We we'll hope to do that again today. There's no controversy. There's really not a lot going on. We're just going to have fun. Did you say, yeah. I like the idea that eight five five two four to seventy eight five we are looking for callers to bring up topics. They've never discussed before. So let's go to Matt from San Antonio. Paul Matt I've been thinking about you, man. I was worried about when you told me about your issues. I really tried to give some. Taking care Klodczyc your vice let's say your my best friends. I'm not gonna know your vice Paul. Okay. So what okay for those who don't know. And I don't wanna turn this new too personal. But Matt called in the other day with some issues, you got an a little debt difficulty. Hey, Matt every we've all been there. Okay. When I was your age. For my lesson. And I'm never doing that stuff. Again. I wasn't even in debt. I didn't have enough money to get in debt. But, but I I can definitely remember a time when you a couple of months out of college when I think met I hadn't apartment my first job. And I believe that they had turned off everything in my apartment my phone my, yes. My electricity. Never. I mean, I I was I was going through a major crisis not serious. Well, I mean for a young guy was serious. So I believe that I went to turn the light on to get a drink didn't work. I want to turn the stove off to stove onto didn't work want to the phone didn't work. That's how bad things were for me match. So I just want you to know it took me a while. I was able to get back on my feet and here I am again. And again, she heard about by now..
"paul matt" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Cheri Preston. Just days ago Colorado man was begging for the return of, his missing wife Shinhan watts and their two young. Children Kizer, life I mean those those smiles light. Up my life but, now that man Chris watts. Is, under, arrest ABC's Clayton Sandell. Police, in Frederick Colorado. Say Shannon's husband Chris watts has been placed into custody and is awaiting charges at the. Weld, county jail now according, to ABC station Denver seven to, law enforcement sources tell them that Chris watts allegedly confessed to killing his wife and two, daughters and says he will lead investigators. To their bodies there is still no. Word automotive day after having a security clearance yanked by, the White House former CIA chief John Brennan writes in the, New York Times he thinks the president did it to try, to, silence, him, Alabama, Republican Senator Richard Shelby questioned why Brennan still had the clearance know why they give them security clearances anywhere other than maybe a transition period jury in the trial of former, Trump, campaign chairman Paul Matt Stark's it's still liberation soon. Here's, ABC's chief White House correspondent. Pierre, Thomas either final. Words to the jury prosecutors accused President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort approach to schemes. Wanted, to hide millions of, dollars from the IRS the other, to defraud banks into lending him millions more prosecutors say Manafort had sixty million dollars flowing, through thirty one offshore Bank accounts defense. Team says prosecutors didn't do enough to. Make their case the chief prosecutor in Genoa Italy now, says there may be as many as twenty people still missing, in the rubble of that bridge collapse at least thirty eight, Dr, confirmed, dead, a, sixty one year old is recovering after being bitten by a shark off the Massachusetts coast this man Thomas bucket helps save him as.
"paul matt" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"So the way back in the day in western europe uh there was this concept that barber's were also inherently qualified to be surgeons the argument being that well if they can figure out how to cut your hair they should be capable of cutting anything else wada lotta people died flood a good people probably some veterans to yeah street razors could be used for a lot of things absolutely and if we were to attempt to describe all the medical advancements made from just 1917 the 2017 we would have to start an entirely different show and paul matt and i would have to go somewhere and brainstorm tidal that was better than all the medical advances made from 1917 the 2017 podcast i dunno i'm kinda dig in that i you know i think it's a cool idea but that name is way too long i think that's what makes it special i it it is a nomenclature side is an important perspective to consider when we think about this we can look at it another way too we can look at it in a different direction and ask ourselves what will people living in twenty one seventeen think of the medical technology and techniques used today in our time here and good old 2017 whoa what essentially will be the future of medicine well i mean i have some ideas but y you know you know me it gets a little dark of her i would have the but that's okay i i'm always thinking about integrating man and machine and how that's going to become the new normal but were just to get this out of the way up front churn we know that this can be a touchy subject when he time you're talking about health because you're also inherently talking about mortality absolutely and.
"paul matt" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse
"To you going into the break deal with type 2 diabetes but also some anxiousness or anxiety and really no one can put your finger on it and nothing really seems to be helping is that right and seized the little bit on the worse is well now they thought man thumb their valor people going cohen telling them that one out nato kanther and nathalie where turnout at dan the further with a lot on day throwing it out thank a mirny you know they're inequality learning because i mean gift he he needs to head law solve their way everything uh he with a lot of pain breather therapy placard not recalled her they had a small kumal how long ended up i mean he told her he had ramon along the other dot com is i was here light since i one doctors saying one thing in another's so we'll take coins are paying for the i'm not on our having currently in a take care oh no medicare sure i fell on having to pay for how member when i made the appointment girl i kept telling my friend and learn if diabetic are threeday he said before she got pulled on diabetes head dick often couplet on promise painted and opener having defined from the nominee the inner loop talented hotline pair than ever thing the girl that i'm paul matt planned amounts he had told me want retail they immune i know for a corner thoroughly in my opinion tomorrow on having something that they have a four mark i am now and they would tell me when you've got a gift for the dot says it and we can't tell you how much you to call before would do everything in their novocur talbott ahead to got the money out of clayton and i didn't want to go to dot without without divide a manamani sure call.
"paul matt" Discussed on KOIL
"One option obviously does that the one option that's been reported on like what the csn report the other night is that they have something date deaf p_i or whoever on say like paul matt forte or somebody associated with trump working together with the russian's obviously bad for the trump people in for matt forte whatever it was and that would be the way coast but the other option and and baker brought this up at the end of our interview this morning is that somebody in the obama or bit you're saying could be a size the presidents up of somebody in the intelligence community say that then see i hate director d and i wherever it is either league something illegally or was spying on someone illegally and that comes out and that becomes the story that they didn't have anything yet they want to get it out there and they were year bending the rules are breaking a lot to do so and and again non russian diplomats not wasn't just russians right there was a story out there the other day for example that had maybe been the is rallies and james frozen supporting says it does not appeared was the is really some evans another country altogether going treatment the trees in and want the league rapport hell you know but the best defensive well i fall for yadda so we don't know the that's actually not a bad twenty there is that it doesn't necessarily have to be one of the other i guess so anywhere were not done with this and we're not smart enough to figure it out so we'll just to sports instead and talk more later on about some of this and pre thing and we also vinny from queens coming up i should point out before we go to sports that were sponsored at this hour thank goodness.
"paul matt" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A radio show like all of its kilmeade in very as part of our counter intelligence mission is investigating the russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the trump campaign and the russian government and whether there was any court nation between the campaign and russia's efforts and that drop like a bombshell even though most assumed those sometime investigation on bob sees would james tony fuck tony felt compelled to grab the director the and i say and make it clear there is an ongoing investigation katherine herridge join us a says the probably will be concluded for a year a year and it started in july and a lot of it are people on the outside that i need to know were involved in the organization for example rogers don't for example carter page jay dee gordon and a guy did no it spoke to a niche remain ties paul matt afford who was asked about upon joining us out of first campaign manager for donald trump corey lewin douse key corey when you heard that what was your reaction from james call me oh my my reaction bryant is probably the senate everybody else which is if there was any in proprietary we want to make sure that we get to the bottom of it no question about it in if he fb_i has concerns about individuals who may have been communicating with russia for russian age into russian intelligence individuals and they were somehow sharing information that they shouldn't have man and i hope yep yeah gets the absolute bottom of this and find out what is really going on that is what is the responsibility of the american public for this to do did the pressing trump.
"paul matt" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"To have evidence that paul matt forte got hated to set up a meeting between donald trump and a ukrainian guy who's close to that pro proven dictator a man afford represented now for allegedly arranged miss meeting in twenty twelve long before donald trump was ever running for president said those additions those of the promo and texts that's the story for what it's worth was paul metaphor being black mailed while he was donald trump but i make a best have no idea as denials all around from people are supposed to be the good guys in the story and people are supposed to be bad guys in the story everybody denies i don't know what it means but like i said sometimes the story itself as less important than what it shakes loose with regard to that claim that palm effort was pain torre range a meeting between donald trump and this pro proven politician in twenty twelve both paul matt forte and the white house are pushing back on that allegation to political a nice is where it gets good because there we bottle to the charts as up on matt forte couldn't have been paid to do that he could have been paid tour rain such a meeting because why would anybody gonna paul matt forte to get to donald trump in twenty twelve palm matt forte and donald trump had no connection back then paul metaphor in fact never worked with donald trump before he became his campaign chairman in twenty sixteen and i think they see that as a great rebuttal to the story but in offering that confirmed information to battle back this allegation that really bothered them they do raise a whole other way more interesting question.
"paul matt" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Was paul metaphor being black mailed while he was donald trump but i make a best have no idea as denials all around from people are supposed to be the good guys in the story and people are supposed to be bad guys in the story everybody denies i don't know what it means but like i said sometimes the story itself as less important than what it shakes loose with regard to that claim that palm effort was pain torre range a meeting between donald trump and this pro proven politician in twenty twelve both paul matt forte and the white house are pushing back on that allegation to political a nice is where it gets good because there we bottle to the charts as up on matt forte couldn't have been paid to do that he could have been paid tour rain such a meeting because why would anybody gonna paul matt forte to get to donald trump in twenty twelve paul matt forte and donald trump had no connection back then paul metaphor in fact never worked with donald trump before he became his campaign chairman in twenty sixteen and i think they see that as a great rebuttal to the story but in offering that confirmed information to battle back this allegation that really bothered them they do raise a whole other way more interesting question i don't know and i don't really care whether or not palm effort was the target of black melo he was running a campaign but you know it's turning out to be really interesting the question of how palm in a four ended up being donald trump's campaign manager who picked him for that when russia said about trying to influence the american presidential election this past year wasn't there first ready on.
"paul matt" Discussed on WWL
"Managers and their word there was this guy rob be who last year whatever it may muller going on my yankees a one and grade the woman grad does armour he grabbed her oh yeah yeah yeah okay then there was paul matt forte and then there was kelly cutaway who you kelly and conway who really came in in got him elected correa here's some like that and that that's why it might be a mess in the oval office right now because rather than everybody no one who the other person is known they can trust him after you've been through a campaign you've been in the trenches with them you'll go to war with the me under say when i'm saying that in this case it's not it's a much individuals overthrown together in a romo with bad man and yeah this is a mess trying to get used to each other around adjusting more moral right word elmore trying it leapfrog each other that to be the guy to be donald trump's go to guy so there's not a lot organization and instead of people pulling together they might be pulling in separate directions pulling their own wagon rather than that of the country i'm still trying to make sense of all of that newsstand on that and this call for immediate you know i mean just immediate in big full blown investigations well as that were i don't know well as a question to it is is is a whole investigation thing being overblown i know of mike limelight to the fb_i he's got a problem and then if these called before a committee to testify well then he might be willing to spiller beans on whatever happened if these face in jail time some trying to make sense of it what what do you think is going on here and explain this to me if you will a two six oh one eight seventy what do you think is is really happening here tommy tucker back in a flash seven of you up progressive presents mindful on the is with tulo people utilize it uniform now in that meant progressive to just.
"paul matt" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Russia for that wickey leagues release it wasn't raw shop it was not to russia talk rebel ben is set up they have as a computer in utah and bills is no it's not rusher now of the truth is coming out that it's our own people were released who has stepped from a should because they feel like it's far the best of our country to rely that out people have to know that through we're going to have pressures a big bogeyman all trump has such relations rich rusher he never to the person as the best rationed are as our group who perhaps the you got rid of him paul matt forte you have a little to close to rusher chris liking he wants to talk with mister potent and maybe get together and have a that child's was there was a people of the military are they afraid that this walkman is a while kevin as far as a war with russia we can't afford or more with rusher what you're thinking but i think you that yeah the rusher can be you know they were an outlier in stu second world war and they can be they certainly bobby nfl i am bar fight against ices which we haven't really bad fighting you know we haven't no and the problem is that that i love written about it on several times for his well we started the presidential campaign getting months ago the question put on a question from the reporters are the early to the republican but sometimes the democrat are you going to put on the ground interactive fight i but salute lee not surprise if you're the true summer are now it almost seven thousand trade back into a racked they're not trades are got journey their advisors seven thousand advisors are just happen to be fired out right ryan but here's here's.
"paul matt" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"It criticism chain it's like that and so we're to me is that there is an expectation now that the media is automatically supposed to be an attack dog planning on what your political leanings are whichever side you're on there's is expectation that if you don't attack and hinge on go from a john hiller haven't on your job nobody's reporting the news anymore everybody just attacking that's the weird thing about this election is that i think the media has become more irrelevance this time around than they have in the history of television i really believe that now what he means by irrelevant it doesn't mean that they're not affected he's talking about irrelevant and a relevant within the context of the used to do they used to be even though by did all the opining and then all the bias that they still inform people there's no was knows immediate turn into abc cbs nbc you would learn something in the no that happened that day that doesn't happen now that's not what the news isn't that's what he's coming on the news is exactly he is exactly you've got a goal from a john humor of the person you don't want to be elected case tropp and if you don't do that if you're on the drive buys and you don't do that your fellow drive buys and establishment members are going to are going to savages and it's starting to have a little bit to fouling it is still happening to paul matt watt work who i am shore interest if he hadn't in pts d shell shock over the summer these guys don't know what that kind of criticism know we get it every day and have for twenty seven years it's part of being conservative alive in america but they don't know how to deal with it there are totally unaccustomed to a professional criticism personal criticism and it is in the case of not watt one vicious even still and it's common coming up or echelons of an beasley his only defenders and he lacked was the news division present was actually based save the other guy on the side of them you're pace but nbc's non ahman nobody was thinning matt questions the other leaving him out to dry he came up with that divisive demanding hillary comically non e mails on his own but imagine his career in jeopardy because he dared personal a line of enquiry hillary clinton that is verbal so levels right no news what he means by your relevant.
"paul matt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is it you know there's a possibility is already comeback there's a lot more scrutiny on trump in trumps connections to russia around you know it's their there are some complex things going on and we just don't know yet when we know about trump in his connections to russia well they've got a lot of people will point out a couple things he's got some pretty strong business connections town the about paul matt forte who is his primary campaign manager now it's been several years in ukraine working for the present of ukraine to twenty it was ejected from the country in in the protests then went to rush at is there now that's sort of close relationship between man of few words and some figures to have close connections the kremlin sort of an brought up as part of a collection of things where people are like what is all it sound out to if in fact the russians rr our are trying to interfere in the us alexon on one side and not the other once reports is actually done some of some pretty good work on this and look that some some money this floated between russian all guards and these some of trumps financial entrants that's a pretty if that's pretty forcible step for move it than that but he's got you know direct financial interest that that coincided with say the rush knowledge prudence that there would explain why they're doing what what what they're doing now a better explanation might be just that you know the russians looked down the field and don't have any love for alert clayton.
"paul matt" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7
"Like you know k who is duis you know all paul matt forties friends in the russians oak in their forty must be unable guy or whatever and it concerns me that we are we're moving on the direction the new color war when i personally think we should be building relationships you know we should be impressing you know brand russia into the end of the into the community of nations we should be working with russia we didn't work with russian in the nhl and and vladimir put put together not the beer ran deal you know they they work together to turn would end with a guard to syria it'd be down and so in there there is a history and are working together on these issues yeah match more more thank turkey i'm i'm facebook friends with a guy who is the czech and and you're talking that guinea up in newark cold war yeah there's a lot of concern in eastern europe and of course jack borders ukraine with what with them they have been sense of the russians yeah and eastern europe there's a lot of concern there and there's also no one night so i get he said he reached up from check newspapers and check media sources when talking about trumps relationship with him they should have won that turned a picture of you know a lot of couldn't holding up a baby with trumped bet on it net it's sort of you know where you're daddy kind of thank them um you know there's a lot of good start in europe about what's gonna happen with rusher in eastern europe yeah no nail cons on both sides of the of the ocean are very enthusiastic about a new cold war it's going to be very very profitable there was a new con meeting aaron washington dc the week before last the in aware that robert taken ran where they were tie and there was a bunch of defense contractors there and where they were explicitly talking about the need to prepare for war with russia to build our capability for that and you know a bunch of people are going to make him billions of dollars off a new cold war and i'm watching this happening thinking this is not good for us it's not good for russia is not going for czechoslovakia's sunday for poland yet latvia stone en lithuania the country's that bad you know we need to protect the i am you know i think into an just fine i just can't you know i meet in the extent of rushes activity has been in areas of ukraine that have historically been russia or part of life for occupied by russian speaking people crane en western crane and that into best my knowledge of the new are usually yet to andy on unconcerned about the tonal excite you know i also well on his way to them thank you to the your listening to tom hartman visit dot com for audio and video archives fifteen minutes before the our back to the phones.
"paul matt" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Like you know k who is duis you know all paul matt forties friends in the russians oak is their forty must be unable guy or whatever and it concerns me that we are we're moving on the direction the new call war when i personally think we should be building relationships you know we should be embracing you know brand rush and at the end of the into the community of nations we should be working with rushes and we did work with russian in the hillary clinton and an vladimir put park to put together low and they ran deal you know they they work together to two two with a guard to syria it'd be down and so you know they're there is a history of are working together on these issues yeah natural more thank trip i'm i'm facebook friends with a guy who is the czech and and you're talking the jenny up in newark cold war there's a lot of concern in eastern europe and of course jack borders ukraine with with with them they have been sense of the russians and eastern europe there's a lot of concern there and there's also still in a july get he said he stuff from check newspapers and check media sources talking about trumps relationship with him they sure there's one that showed a picture of you know a lot of couldn't holding up a baby with trump had won at net it's sort of you know where you're daddy kind of thank them at it so there's a lot of good start in europe about what's gonna happen with rusher in eastern europe dan o neill cons on both sides of the of the ocean are very enthusiastic about a new cold war it's going to be very very profitable there was a new con meeting here in washington dc the week before last the in aware that robert taken ran where they were tight end there was a bunch of defense contractors there and where they were explicitly talking about the need to prepare for war with russia to build our capability for that and you know a bunch of people are going to make him billions of dollars often new cold or and i'm watching this happening thinking this is not good for us it's not going for russia is not good for czechoslovakia sunday for poland yet latvia stone en lithuania the country's the bad you know we need to protect but you know i think between just fine ike i just get you know i meet him the extent of rushes activity has been in areas of ukraine that have historically engine russia part of russia for occupied by russian speaking people premi and western his brain and the two best my now is as largely yet to andy on unconcerned about the tone of all so you know i also obviously with that you're listening to tom hartman visit dot com for audio and video arguments fifteen minutes before they are back here.