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"phil donahue" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Well. I. Thought Allie Wentworth was for cy. Adore her she sewed funny in such a wild spirit and she's married to George Stephanopoulos who is you know absolutely all buttoned up mistress statesman Mr Rhodes scholar. You would never fix them up in a million years but you sit across cost the you see it is there's chemistry there's adoration major adorable together but she said right off you if you want a happy marriage to have sex in a lot of it and a rob Reiner said good marriages having sex with your best friend your. I mean SEX BIG PART OF MARRIAGE physicality is. Sex doesn't take place at a certain hour of the day. It's all day. It's what did you say the other day about that? Having somebody on the body what it was at? Best the. Lyrics from. Little things mean a lot. All right and you touch my hair as you pass my chair, right? I always thought that was very profound lyric. and. And it's true. You know if if you can sustain that kind of a demonstration of your feelings about your and the impulse, the appreciation of you know you walk by your spouse and he looks cute he put his hair down he often in pats me on the but we'll definitely just reminds us of this thing that we have with each other that we don't have with anybody else which is a physical connection which you certainly wouldn't pat some other woman. Did that one would hope not I'll. Up behind a monologue who was looking out the other way and gave her a little. You know like like I do. And she turned around and it wasn't Marla. Oh. Here. Come the lawyers. You, you emerged unscathed. In Ravenous Pandemic A ruinous recession. Protest riots racial strife, police brutality, and yes donald trump. America and twenty twenty feels like apocalypse now again. I'm John Heilemann and in Helen highwater. Alex. floor this moment a series of raw and real conversations with the people who shape our culture. Helen I water is a podcast from the recount. Listen to Helen highwater on the iheartradio APP, apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. People. Digit here. Maybe you know me as Mayor Pete. In my new PODCAST, I'll be talking to people from every sealed whose ideas and actions will shape era that is about to begin. We can take this time and use it in a way to bring people together. We people protested in a country that means they still mug enough, but they still believe changes parts. Hoop that we are actually going to figure out how to allow people to be free hearted free thinkers listen to the deciding decade on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. You're listening to the IT's over easy podcast falls fair with Laura Wasser I'm your host, Laura Wasser who many of you may know as a divorce attorney in Hollywood. But don't get me wrong. I do believe in love and today's proof of that. We're speaking with the loveliest of couples on the planet who have coined a term. We don't often hear at my firm or at it's over easy online divorce the term long married which I presume newlyweds aspire to be. award-winning actress author and activist Marlo Thomas Among. So many things has inspired a generation of free to be you and me kids including Johnny me to grow up to be whomever we wanted is here with her husband to forty years Mr, Phil Donahue the writer producer journalists trailblazer who changed the way we all watch television we're discussing their new book what makes marriage last and after all the dates and the interviews you to did to write this book and all the time to have spent together before and after writing it, tell us what is the secret? What makes a marriage last? Lust helps. Wanting it to last. Going, forward, do what needs to be done to tend to it. You know marriage is a lot like democracy have to tend to it yet. Stay there, and I am one of the things we saw with the carters have been married seventy three years. When they were sixty years old learned how to ski when there were sixty five learn how to speak. Spanish and now they read the Bible they always read the Bible to each other. But now they have Spanish Bible, they read the Bible together in Spanish. But was so fun though Laura is that we interviewed them the first when they were the very first couple and they talked about the Bible on their faith and important that is to them, and then we interviewed Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone and she talked about how when she's feeling blue, he moons her. Almost the same sentiment. You know whatever it takes. Fellas you know. Bits the Bible if it's moaning whatever it is. They're suited. You know that's Y- found the right people and there are another adorable couple yet in band. They're just fun and laughter a huge part of their lives that she will have a really big laugh stayed which are the okay. That's three months. Three months to their lives just a great idea. Great. Yes. That is nice. Your book nearby. Yes. Yes. One of the early pages like two or three pages in the picture of the Kerr's I know isn't that great? Never seen him looking that young before hold on a second. What and she was nineteen and that White Starts Navy uniform. Her mother said that she fell in love with the uniform yes. Sir I just fell in love with uniform. So amazing and then I also was struck by the Hendersons your bonus couple that you did at the end I them I, and I love that when that his nephew told you that when they was over one time and she pulled in the to they'd garage from the coming up jumped up and said she's home I mean I just I thought they were so great say You just have to be kind to each other John, told us you have to respect each other and it goes on and on like that, and then you add it and maybe it's jumping up from your chair when the other. Tom. I really liking each other liking yourselves and then liking each other is extremely helpful and Trudi. styler WHO's married to sing who is got to be one of the sexiest man in the world she's not bad either she's also very beautiful but she says, if he was on the road a lot when he comes home, she's so excited. She just can't wait for them to come home and they've been married thirty some odd years any talked about that when she walks in a little bit dislikes up. In that's that's it in how do you say how do you get that or what do you do to do that at? That's part of the package I love what Mary Matlin said because they're so different but politically completely different. But she she said he's my total package which I thought was so romantic. But, say what she said about the fact. Politics is one thing and then. WHO's not curious about how used to survive because they're so different politically. And she made the point that. Our politics is only part of who we are and there's so much room.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

08:03 min | 5 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

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So checkout so linked the several link system really has I I can tell you firsthand that it's been something that has really really grease the wheels for a lot of the clients with whom we deal at the firm and at its over easy dot com sober link would if we reimagined the word citizen not as a weapon to divide us. Verb inviting us all two-wheeled, our collective, Pope Pretty Dope In this time of pandemic and revolution, you may find yourself frustrating. At high levels of corruption and inequality at our inability to get basic things done at the persistence of systemic. Racism. You are not alone. I'M BARRINGTON date Thurston I've produced for the daily show advise the Obama White House and screamed way too much at my screen. Now I've made a show for us. In it, we highlight people mobilizing their communities having an impact on some of the biggest challenges we face. We offer you ways to get involved and we remind you that we the people have the collective power to change how our society works. and for whom? Listen to how to citizen with Baritone Day on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to podcasts. So many people spoke about really needing to tell the truth like you said Ted. Danson. Rob Reiner said that it's really important to be honest at some point to get to the honesty in the relationship I mean, we're there themes I saw themes even just my reading of it recently, but you've sat with these people were there things that afterwards when you guys were on the plane or in the car that you said, isn't it interesting that everyone? No matter how different they are from each other and from the other couples they all have. X. Or Y. in common. Well I think the biggest one is live. Pilsen is that they all had the desire? It wasn't one person pulling the other they each had the desire to make this marriage work at one of the partners. Has To want the Union to last and I it's not always evident because. You know do people to fight or not get along. But that that's why this kick the can down the road was. So a struck us as how however corny it was a valuable. Thing. That carville shared with us, it gets you off the the round and round of meaningless issues but they all many many of the went to marriage counseling and the fact that they cared enough to say, let's fix this. Not let's run away from it and. You're a divorce lawyer, right or yes. So you know that people who? I got the impression after we've talked to all these people maybe people who don't make it. Maybe marriages split up especially when they're under like ten years. That they get an external challenge and they don't know how to confront it, they don't know how to fix it if they get scared and they look for the escape route, the exit sign, these couples, the reason their marriage is all lasted is they went through the fire to get right. would ever it was whether it was infidelity Jesse? Jackson. And his wife or losing all your savings like Care Kiro and Kevin Bacon or of or elements like the Romano's, and Michael J. Fox three Uson that our marriage. He and Tracy found out that he had Parkinson's, which is a lifelong disease. All of these people had very big Joe because life is full of challenges but they they stayed with it. They walk through the fire together and when you go through the fire together like that, you come out the other side and you've got something you really got something and that's what I thought to. Me was the most exciting and romantic part of it is sexist great. Lust is great and chemical reactions. All Fabulous. But in the end, what's going to make the marriage last is how your team how you face it together back. That really made me. Happy to see what they did. You know 'cause we decided right away. This isn't a how to book. This is a what book. Yes it's what did this couple do when this thing happened and that was pretty exciting and there's no no challenge that any couple days that was. Somehow isn't in this book, we didn't know that we didn't pick people for their challenges. We it just turned out that there was addiction and alcoholism and infidelity disease and. Loss of money and it was very very interesting and you certainly did get a wide array. I mean I was GonNa say did you notice that there were differences a you did for same sex couples you did different races you did different nationalities everybody brings obviously and religions like when the Carter said that they would read the Bible together the same passage even if they weren't in the same place so interesting to me that you had so. Many and most of your people were long long term marriages but you did take a few that have been married for a lesser period of time because you wanted to get back kind of sampling of society. I mean, it really is so interesting how so many of these people no matter how different they may look or be on paper all had common similar experiences when they did what I will coin your phrase, make it through fire together that. Exactly and lot people said, well, what was the difference in the same sex marriage on the opposite sex marriages? We said there was no difference. The same thing you want to feel safe you WANNA. Know that your partner has your back. That your dreams mean as much to. Your dreams visit as much to your partner as their dreams. Do I mean one of the things that I think I fell in love with Phil about other than the fact that I was very attracted to him. Is that I knew like trust him with my head. That when I.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Day everybody welcome to my kitchen I'm going to be making a little extra francaise for you really quick, so you got your scrambled eggs. I just have a couple in here for myself. Little Salt and pepper really super simple. Then we're GONNA. Put Him in the SAUCEPAN. Never use the frying pan. That's the secret to make a good soft fluffy exit. Trump says. We're GONNA cook them very low. The secret also is a lot of butter at the bottom of SAUCEPAN and too key is disturbed then constantly, so they're very fluffy, they're. They're almost like a mashed potato. This recipe was made famous by our trip to the Turks and Caicos. Dobie like coal, so he's are now in soft just like I like that you can add a little Marinara sauce, but my favorite is trump oil. Learner Petito. Thank you, we needed that happy and safe steel day, everyone I wanNA. Thank fill in Marlow for being here. Get their bulk everybody tomorrow night, Erica Jane. Dakota fanning. It's Hannah. Beverly Hills Watch our after show on twitter live right now. Hey everybody is andy after show with Phil Donahue and Marlo Thomas. The book is called. What makes a marriage last forty celebrated couples share with us the secret to a happy life of now. Is there one main lesson that you to have learned? Either in your own marriage or through talking to these forty couples like the one thing that seems to be the commonality in making relationships last. I think that you really want it to last. These couples. They've all been married seven seventy years to eighteen years, and and the one team is. They wanted it to last. They went to marriage counseling. They went to retreats. They go on on holiday alone. Together found ways to stay connected that that kind of surprise us that that real stick toot of nece for the for the marriage and curious sedgwick said it really beautifully, just one line. She said when you get married. There's no plan B.. And when you have that feeling, no matter all the challenges that happen in life and in marriage. It's none of these couples were looking for the escape route. They were looking. Forward together that really was impressive, and we didn't realize that. When we went out in a week, we interviewed every couple just the two of us with a little tape recorder in person every single couple, so we just two of US jogging. Another husband and wife was very intimate and personal, and that's why the stories are so rich. Marlow Tom be wants to know if it's true. You turned down the lead role in Rosemary's baby and. You did so stupid well I didn't re- I read the book. And the guy who was producing it. Bill Castle had made all horror movies. Demand. I thought Oh God. She gets pregnant by the devil. I just felt ridiculous I. Did know that Roman Polanski was directed. It was gonNA. Turn into this big hit, but yet I turned it down from the Book Oh. My Gosh Phil I, remember. Your interviews when Mommy dearest came out. You had Christina Crawford on your show. You had her on a few times. I feel like what was your. You also had Bette Davis. Daughter on your show after her book came out and I remember you had Betty Davis on your show several times, and she was always incredible on the donahue show. What what was your take of of Chris? I went on a little tangent there. But what was your take on Christina Crawford when she came on. Well she. She was really a huge object of curiosity. And she was very honest. About? Her own behavior and. how her? Our. Husband and her family responded to it. And I think she opened the door for a lot of other people to. Say what they really think rather than do the Chamber of Commerce speech. Right that at up until that time I mean I grew up in. Hollywood, so I know that up to that time, everything was so glossed over in king was in the closet. Everything, no matter what your sexual preference, who, in love with what you were like as a person, you know. Nobody knew anything about in anything real everything is. Up Right with Marlowe by the way when you were growing up at you heard about what was going on in the. Crawford House. was that stuff that people whispered about? That? Marlo Heather I wants to know what you think about the new show Mrs America you were you were on the ground fighting for era at the time? Did you watch it? I watch the first two and I saw. Somebody was playing Phil. I've never seen that before. A I'd. It was okay, you know. Was that a fan? Obviously it Phyllis Schlafly. Blanchard is such a wonderful actress that she made her warmer and kinder, she not or more kind of annoying I'm sure. I'm sure you had Phyllis Schlafly on your show. What would what was the key for you of having people on your show? Who you just you? I mean you're you're you're? You're a huge feminist so when you have someone like her on your show. How did you approach that? Well that's what my wife one. Right. I featured Phyllis Schlafly. You also at a time when Week at the vote right? I I I was in New York, and he was in Chicago and I called. Bella abzug called and said. Do you know that Phil? Has Phyllis Schlafly on the week. The vote in Illinois and we really needed Illinois for the era. We had Illinois Georgia and Florida with needed just one of them, so I called him up when I said. How could you put Phillip Chancellor on the week of the vote in Illinois and he said if you don't have to finish aptly on the whig vote in Illinois the you don't know what I do. And Wow. And it was a great lesson for me and good for us to know. That I, he was doing his show about. He was not he was not doing. You know a show with the band and a piano and all that he was every week he had one gas. Any would do Nelson Mandela Daniel Ortega Mohammed Ali until the chaplain. So he he was doing. He was a journalist and I that really taught me a lesson and it was a wonderful lesson to learn. It gave me such respect for him, and it also save everybody who called me and wanted to be on his show. I thought. You know what? This show. Story About Your Dad Yeah sure. I was about to feature.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me? Andy Cohen. His daytime show us to cure your Blah's. And as that girl, she ditched bras. It's watch what I've at home with Phil Donahue and Marlo Thomas now. EMC! Hey everybody welcome to watch what happens live at home from the Hamptons Andy Cohen joined by two legends who have both stolen the TV spotlight, but one has plenty of experience passing the Mike Their book. What makes marriage last forty celebrated couples share with us. The secrets to a happy life is out now. It's Phil Donahue and Marlo Thomas I you to. How great to see you by the way. Speaking of gorgeous million dollar listings your your New York City apartment looks rather swanky pretty. Yeah, curry is how long have you lived there? Lived here thirty five years, wow! So how does it couple make the journey from connecting on Donahue and falling in love to connecting on Wi fi and appearing on this show forty years later, I want to connect the dots by discussing a few of your first both before and during your relationship with love at first sight, so in your relationship. Who is the first person to.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"From from marriage counselor and the end. Several couples go to marriage counseling, a Bryan Cranston and his wife. Robin Dearden when one of them doesn't feel good about the marriage or is having trouble communicating. If one of them, says the other one I think we need to go to the therapist. The rule is the other person has to go whether they feel they have to or not. That's their rule. And he said in invariably when they get there. They learn a lot, and and they're both glad that they went. He said, but that's. That's the way they meet up any challenges. They they he's in. It's not for referee for an interpreter. That's what how would help. You said and they always come out of those sessions feeling much. Much better about about everything. They moved forward. Even though one of them did everything they needed it. So marriage counseling seemed to be a big was a lot of people did maybe but ten of the forty couples, but what was interesting is the whole book. These are people who took their marriage seriously. But holy cow. The trouble they had. There's no way you get through marriage from beginning to. May he rest. Took out the valleys you've got. you've got to people different. You've got two people who brats had different motives when they got married. Some women is a little sexist, so he can't feel. I'm right here. I know I'm women. Get married because they're in love with the wedding. I mean my goodness. How how about being the star of the show a long white dress? Everybody tells you how beautiful you are. Kevin Bacon talked about that not in his marriage, but he said he knows so. Many marriages were really was about the wedding for people you know they made it. He said, and it's the wedding is such a tiny part? Of Your Life and your married, but that some people make it all about that. Grand.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"To listen for free. But you can get an awful lot of fun experts if you do become a subscriber and most importantly your patronage directly funds are work with the oldest center for communicating science. So join us at Patriot, dot com slash clear and vivid. That's Patriot dot com slash clear and vivid. Clear and vivid, and now back to my conversation with Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue and how they set out on the adventure that became their book. What makes a marriage last? Only first one out to to begin to get stories for this book. And as you know, we interviewed each person each couple face to face like a double date. We went out kind of thinking that we were reporters didn't define it, but you know we kind of. We had the microphone and all that. But it became apparent immediately. That, the only way that this was going to work, and the and the way that it happened was that we talked about ourselves to. So, in talking about ourselves, the other couples spoke about their cell theirselves. We didn't really have a a list of questions. We had some ideas we wanted to ask about jealous. You're fighting or feel like to ask a question about the other people's their parents marriages. The basically it was a conversation that sort of ignited, but it ignited a lot by talking about ourselves, which is different than a reporter or an interviewer most interviews you know that that that our interview will say well. Here's the kind of life I'm living. They don't do that, but that was I thought a very important part of the communication in this book. What you did. I think was something basic to communication which didn't make it an exchange of abstract ideas. You got into a personal exchange. You got connected to the other couple in a way. You wouldn't be if you just ask them a list of questions. You were trading human experiences, and that put flesh and bones on it. Whereas if you said, tell me five things that will make a marriage work, and they say tolerance a you know, acceptance of a would kind of die on the vine. Well, let's that old Indian saying you know. Tell me a story and I'll remember it forever. You know you you can't. You can't just give somebody a lesson or give them a quotation. It's a story. That's the story that that that that Pool Zhu into it. I think that it was a it was a wonderful experience. I mean I. believe that it has helped our marriage because we've We're talking about things that other people said in how. I would affect us like James Carville. Saying kick can down the road, or or just the fact that about accepting the fact that he's never. GonNa be me. That sounds simple, minded but I. Have to say to myself. Let alone still after all these years I find that I'm trying to get filled to do something the way I wanna done and this book helping by doing all these people leave him alone. Letting do it the way he wants to do it for America, fewer wars right are used to be wars. Would come out of this kind of. disagreement or Acceptance of the person to the UN, accepting of the fact that I'm running at eight engines all the time, and he's laid back. That's the big personality difference as a big personality rob. Reiner talked about that, too that his wife is like that. She's running around all the time doing days and he likes to sit and think that's where he gets his ideas for his the. The things that he writes what he's directing. He spends a lot of hours. She says there's a dividend. The couch he says differ hours thinking and he has got to the point where he's not telling her to sit down and she's not telling him to get out, but that's taken time to not want the other person to have your kind of life energy you don't. and. In working on the book, it worked well, because I'm a very impulsive irs Novi one hundred years, so you know I'm a personal jumps for the phone. Let's get this done. He's the person who says well. Let's just say that. Do we really WANNA do that? That has been annoying to both of us in our lives, but it worked and working on the book it really did. He didn't panic when I panicked. And I didn't. lay back when he wanted to lay back. It complimented each other rather than being appointed friction. What are some of the other ways? Couples had of avoiding a fight getting out of a fight, Ron Howard and his wife Cheryl. Were very specific about what they do. They have been marriage counseling so when they're having a difficult time, they put on a tape recorder and they. Each person gets two minutes, and they tell their grievances. They have their their argument on tape. And he said it's amazing. How much more civil you get? What has big recorded? And then they'll play it back not that minute but. And he said you know one of the first time they did this. He was thinking to himself. She's monopolizing the conversation. She's dominating this. And when he played it back, it was not she wasn't at all. It was a fifty fifty thing just was annoyed with her so to him. It was dominating, but they learned these.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

06:39 min | 8 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"You're sitting across from this person and he's doing this thing. That really annoys you. That's when you marriage starts. That's Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue. All three of us have spent time together in front of cameras, but it's a friendship that goes back decades behind the cameras that's been the source of a lot of laughing and thoughtful conversations over the years. We got together on Zoom a little while ago to talk about their new book. which has a theme that most of us will find pretty fascinating. This is so great to be talking with two of my oldest friends about your latest book about how to make a marriage last, and it's only a couple of days after your own fortieth anniversary. Right right? Happy Anniversary to both of you. Thank you, so the book is a bestseller national. Bestseller. One of you heard from folks who have been reading. Are they saying oh? My God I never thought of that or trying to do that? All along at? It has to work so. I think alum probably with you, Arlene as well. We. Don't talk a lot about our marriage ordinarily. Our marriage is going how it's doing or anything like that, and and so I think people who read the book are thinking that to that Oh. We never really discussed that before. And so they're getting their hearing ways in which to communicate better, and and the great thing, James Carville said Tell Allen that you have cargo, said when you find yourself arguing about. A Mickey Mouse, problem and important problem your rounding around. It's time for you to say kick that can down the road you know it sounds like you know Cliche, but it works so in other words. The idea is you just postponed indefinite often. Yeah, Eddie off the issue. In other words you're arguing about. Did you send the thing or did I set? You didn't send you, said Said We. Didn't you know some silly thing? And you go back for back and forth. He also said people have this feeling that everything has to be put on the table. He said everything doesn't have to be put on the table. Some things just don't get resolved, so let it go. Yeah, yeah, I! I know what that sounds noted means. Yeah, Steph, around it. Step over the hell, was it? You know it's just we make our lives about these things or not. Our live that are days are hours about self tomorrow. You can't even remember what was that we're talking about. The other issue jumped out at me. Was Jealousy Right? and. I know something about that. And I can say that it is draining first of all. You've got to get rid of it. You'RE GONNA. Just be exhausted. You'RE GONNA. Fall down by the end of the week. and. An interesting story came up. With well, tell your story. It's better to tell you well. Wait you're working it out right in front of. My Josie. I mean one of the moments of real jealousy happened. And this is why I'm so smart about it. A saying it your drain you. Marlowe movie with Christopher. Staffer Sin. Well my dear! Mom at home. All kinds of things going on in my head. In a balloon somewhere over anyway, but it's amazing what your brain will do to you. When you're jealous. and. What Will Malcolm I tell about? Go ahead. I Love I love how this demonstration of the book. So. Mike swallows. married to Kelly RIPA. Is Making a movie or working in Boston? And he's wondering what's going on with my wife and he calls her. And she said something innocuous go. I'm planning the toilets you know and he just thought that was a what. kind of a phony now all things are going around his head at the time. So he gets a plane. And without telling her. He flies home to New York. Goes to their apartment. Goes up the elevator. It tells the Doorman. Just tell her. There's flowers power coming. He goes out and his floor. She's got the door open waiting for the flowers. He runs right pastor. Because he's looking for the tall dark stranger. Hiding behind the great. I mean. I I thought that was so honest, but it's what jealousy can do to you, and it is so unnecessary, and it's really something you've gotTa kick down the road like a can. And I remember they. They tell that story in your book. Yes, and and I think Arlene and I told the opposite kind of story I can't remember if we told you how. He's making a movie in Toronto. and. This very attractive actress, and I were in a shower scene together and the only place. We could find to shoot the scene. was in in our own apart my own apartment, my apartment, Arlene in my apartment and Arlene was out shopping or something, and she came home and they're. The two of us are in the shower and Arlene says you passes by. You're going to be finished by lunch. Way. kind of like the lack of jealousy there, which is a nice, it's comfortable both both of us. It proves that jealousy is in your head. Is that what the other person is doing I? Mean if you're in a shower with a beautiful woman, even though there are people with cameras taking pictures. Sil If you don't have that. He bugging you. It won't.

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Maurice Bernard

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:27 min | 9 months ago

Maurice Bernard

"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so. They can figure it out. And then one night. I got out of bed I slept with my mom and dad. Just because I was sick or whatever it was, that was twenty one. And I jumped out of bed night I. Told my dad that I was the devil. Because then you taste something. Don't ever don't ever have anybody. Watch the exorcist. That movie traumatized me my whole life. So Cops came that night. But they couldn't do anything. Because once. The cops came into the House I was normal. I was a hey. What's going on now? We're just talking. Everything's fine. W Extras last night overdoing. It my mom and dad were crying and stuff so the next morning they took me to the hospital. And that was the beginning of of Hell. What was delicious at the hospital? Well. At the. This is the first hospital. In, order for them to put me in there. That take these big nurse guys grammy? Mike Dad my brother in at that moment I was calling my brother and my dad. The exorcist and I was sitting on. Now is saying you know I'm the exorcist? And gave me a shot. which put me out? And when I woke up. I thought I had died in Gun, heaven. Quiet, in in white in the hospital, it reminded me of heaven until I heard

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Conversation With Maurice Bernard

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:46 min | 9 months ago

Conversation With Maurice Bernard

"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

10:34 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"It. I okay me I just want you know I was noticing it. That's the beauty of the story is that we were noticing it individually. I was noticing it and thinking. Wow and then filled nudge me and said look the clarinet player and I am. He said Look He. He's so happy I mean he's a completely in zone of his own and from that day on. That came a kind of touchstone for us where we see somebody who's really like totally in the zone could be grandfather playing with this little child on street or and we'll look at each other and say that's a real clarinet on right now. People are hunkered down together. I'm in your opening up a little bit. How have the two of you managed during this time of isolation? Well you know. We're very fortunate that we have an apartment. That has a workspace for him in the workspace so we can do our work beyond the phone. Do writing without somebody else's voice in my ear. I can concentrate as he can. So that's a real benefit. I mean I must say I do have friends who are not usually at home together and are having a hard time a being at home. So we've we've been cooking together Would go usually have three meals a day together except for on vacation. But we've been having three meals a day and so we've been enjoying it. I know I don't want to monopolize the conversation. Did you WANNA say her name? Well mean I'm. I'm doing the laundry. Ordinarily that would not be a headline but for me it is. I mean I. Our colors have still stumped me. I mean I'm I find that I'm wearing thing underwear where we have a housekeeper that we've had for thirty years and she's wonderful to us and and we really Mr but she does the laundry and cleaning up and stuff and so now. We're doing that and it's a lot. It's a lot of work to do that promote a book do are writing and do all the stuff that we have to do but so we have to split up. Split up with the fun part is been cooking together. I've really enjoyed. Let's would fun one thing. We haven't talked about something that seems to play a more or less powerful role. In couple's lives is sex was sex say indication of marital bliss in a couple talked with anything? Really talk about sex too much alley. Wet talked about a disappointing answer. By the way I mean people want to hear but not everybody did. We did not say another couple is. I'm sure you don't as an educator. Say Hauser SEX LIGHT OUT RIGHT. I mean. Is that something you would say? But but you could tell when they would talk about how they like to close the door for away from their children be on their own or have their date. Night or go to a hotel as sting intruding. Do they go to a hotel for a night of and then Allie Wentworth is so adorable? Mary George Stephanopoulos. And she's She said you gotTa have sex in a lot of it in so also Judy of practice tantric sex so we wanted to know about that so everybody talked about chuck around sacks would they didn't come out and say what we have sex three times a week. It wasn't would you could tell you could tell Diane that it was alive that these people had could you get their sexuality was alive but they were attracted to other. Many of them fell in love with each other on site really crystal saw Janice crystalline. Take the keeney when she was seventeen years old age at the beach at eighteen. Eighteen in seventeen and it was immediately attracted to her Maruska. Heartache Tate walked into this set. Were Peter Herman was the first time she ever saw him. She said she just you know immediately. Felt this jolt as did he. We did the same thing we met in the Green Room. So many many people The minute they met the something happened that they did they couldn't explain. That hadn't happened with anybody else. That was very common that that surprised me. Apparently of first impression for many of us is lifelong lasting. You never forget that I look. I agree now. I have one last question for you feel if anything God forbid ever happened to tomorrow would you marry again at Marlow? Same question for you as far as Phil. Who's you for she? I mean I'm eighty four years you know. I don't see another Commitment life commitment with a the holy water and all the rest so no I I do not. I would not expect to be married again. I don't think I would. I don't think I don't think it's about age. A lot of people get married in their eighties. Nineties so no. I don't think it's about age. I think it's about whether or not you know you really feel. You could find another soul mate and that's a big thing. It's a big order to find somebody who you feel sexually attracted to. Who's who you feel intellectually attracted to in a. Who's WHO's the accommodation you do. That other person is something that you would do. You know willingly and and with love because I love would Viola Davis said. She said your marriages begin. When you're walking down the aisle emerged Gives me you're sitting across the breakfast table in this person that you're married to does something so annoying that you know you're going to have to live with this thing. You really can't stand. She said but you love them and you will put up with it. That's when you know you're really married so to me. I doubt that my doubt that so. I just want to tell you both you know. I was married for fifty four years. Oh how great. And my husband died of Parkinson's disease in two thousand fourteen and in two thousand sixteen. I met a man I had. I met thirty years ago. Wow and we were married in two thousand seventeen. I am now eighty three years old Phil. I just wanted you to know very well. Good for you now you. You're lucky you're lucky to have found a second love absolutely. I am very lucky. He's Lucky Hank you fill. Are there any final words? You'd like to leave us with. I would say treasure the love that you have protected. It's a real cushion to life. I think love and marriage is a is a real cushion that it's living in the world is especially now but it's hard not everybody wants to be kind unit. Everybody wants to embrace you. You get disappointed in things People disappoint you situations disappoint but somebody that could your back and you have their back and you share a love together that is the cushion to all the edges that you see in the outside world sweep by the double mattress double bed. Yeah you want Judy. Vr said that they always leave in a double bed their whole life. They married sixty years which is too small and she said she said. But as long as you're pussies are touching. You can't be mad at each other right wade and those so much. Thank you for having as Diana. Congratulations on your marriage. What diphyl be owns. Thank you L. Jello me tell him he doesn't deserve. Thank you. Thank you sir. Bye Lovely Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue. Their new book is titled. What MAKES THEM MARRIAGE LAST? Forty celebrate. Couples share with us the secrets to a happy life. And that's all for today. Thanks to those of you who've reached out to let me know what you want me to cover during this very difficult time. Please continue to get in touch. What are you finding those challenging? What questions do you have? That need enters. You can find us on facebook and twitter worse and send email the podcast. Wmu Dot Org are theme. Music is composed by Jim. Brandenburg and Ben Lansford Wonder Lay. Her engineer is weak is mightier show his produced by Rebecca Kaufman and Dallas and Brody. Thanks for listening all. Please stay safe be. Well I'm Diane..

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"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

10:34 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"It. I okay me I just want you to know. I was noticing it. That's the beauty of the story is that we were noticing it individually. I was noticing it and thinking. Wow and then filled nudge me and said look the clarinet player and I am. He said Look He. He's so happy I mean he's a completely in zone of his own and from that day on. That came a kind of touchstone for us where we see somebody who's really like totally in the zone could be grandfather playing with this little child on street or and we'll look at each other and say that's a real clarinet on right now. People are hunkered down together. I'm in your opening up a little bit. How have the two of you managed during this time of isolation? Well you know. We're very fortunate that we have an apartment. That has a workspace for him in the workspace so we can do our work beyond the phone the writing without somebody else's voice in my ear. I can concentrate as he can. So that's a real benefit. I mean I must say I do have friends who are not usually at home together and are having a hard time a being at home. So we've we've been cooking together Would go usually have three meals a day together except for on vacation. But we've been having three meals a day and so we've been enjoying it. I know I don't want to monopolize the conversation. Did you WANNA say her name? Well mean I'm. I'm doing the laundry. Ordinarily that would not be a headline but for me it is. I mean I. Our colors have still stumped me. I mean I'm I find. I'm wearing thing governor where we have a housekeeper that we've had for thirty years and she's wonderful to us and we really Mr but she does the laundry and cleaning up and stuff and so now. We're doing that and it's a lot. It's a lot of work to do that promote a book do are writing and do all the stuff that we have to do but so we have to split up. Split up with the fun part is been cooking together. I've really enjoyed. Let's would fun one thing. We haven't talked about something that seems to play a more or less powerful role. In couple's lives is sex was sex say indication of marital bliss in a couple? Who'd talked with anything really talk about sex? Too Much Alley Wentworth. Talked about a disappointing answer. By the way I mean people want to hear but not everybody did. We did not say another couple is. I'm sure you don't as an educator. Say Hauser SEX LIGHT OUT RIGHT. I mean. Is that something you would say? But but you could tell when they would talk about how they like to close the door for away from their children be on their own or have their date. Night or go to a hotel as sting intruding. Do they go to a hotel for a night? And then Allie Wentworth so adorable. Mary George Stephanopoulos. And she's She said you gotTa have sex in a lot of it in so also Judy of practice tantric sex so we wanted to know about that so everybody talked about chuck around sacks would they didn't come out and say what we have sex three times a week. It wasn't would you could tell you could tell Diane that it was alive that these people had could you get their sexuality was alive but they were attracted to other. Many of them fell in love with each other on site really crystal saw Janice crystalline. Take the keeney when she was seventeen years old when he was eighteen at the beach at eighteen eighteen in seventeen and it was immediately attracted to her Maruska. Heartache Tate walked into this settler Peter Herman was the first time Chevron saw him she said she just. You know immediately. Felt this jolt as did he. We did the same thing we met in the Green Room. So many many people The minute they met the something happened that they did they couldn't explain. That hadn't happened with anybody else. That was very common that that surprised me. Apparently first impression for many of us is lifelong lasting. You never forget that I look. I agree now. I have one last question for you feel if anything God forbid ever happened to tomorrow would you marry again at Marlow? Same question for you as far as Phil. Who's you for she? The I mean I'm eighty four years you know. I don't see another Commitment life commitment with a the holy water and all the rest so no I I do not. I would not expect to be married again. I don't think I would. I don't think I don't think it's about age. A lot of people get married in their eighties. Nineties so no. I don't think it's about age. I think it's about whether or not you know you really feel. You could find another soul mate and that's a big thing. It's a big order to find somebody who you feel sexually attracted to. Who's who you feel intellectually attracted to in a. Who's WHO's the accommodation you do. That other person is something that you would do. You know willingly and and with love because I love would Viola Davis said she said your marriages begin when you're walking down the aisle Gives me you're sitting across the breakfast table in this person that you're married to does something so annoying that you know you're going to have to live with this thing. You really can't stand. She said but you love them and you will put up with it. That's when you know you're really married so to me. I doubt that my doubt that so. I just want to tell you both you know I was married for fifty four years old. How great and my husband died of Parkinson's disease in two thousand? Fourteen and in two thousand sixteen. I met a man I had. I met thirty years ago. Wow and we were married in two thousand seventeen. I am now eighty three years old Phil. I just wanted you to know very well. Good for you now you. You're lucky you're lucky to have found a second love absolutely. I am very lucky. He's lucky to hank you fill. Are there any final words? You'd like to leave us with. I would say treasure the love that you have protected. It's a real cushion to life. I think love and marriage is a is a real cushion that it's living in the world is especially now but it's hard not everybody wants to be kind unit. Everybody wants to embrace you. You get disappointed in things People disappoint you situations disappoint but somebody that could your back and you have their back and you share a love together that is the cushion to all the edges that you see in the outside world sweep by the double mattress double bed. Yeah you want Judy. Vr said that they always leave in a double bed their whole life. They married sixty years which is too small and she said she said. But as long as you're pussies are touching. You can't be mad at each other right wade and those so much. Thank you for having as Diana. Congratulations on your marriage. What diphyl be owns. Thank you L. Jello me tell him he doesn't deserve. Thank you. Thank you sir. Bye Lovely Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue. Their new book is titled. What MAKES THEM MARRIAGE LAST? Forty celebrate. Couples share with us the secrets to a happy life. And that's all for today. Thanks to those of you who've reached out to let me know what you want me to cover during this very difficult time. Please continue to get in touch. What are you finding those challenging? What questions do you have at need? Enters? You can find us on facebook and twitter worse and send email the podcast. Wmu Dot Org are theme. Music is composed by Jim. Brandenburg and Ben Lansford Wonder Lay. Her engineer is weak is mightier show his produced by Rebecca Kaufman and Dallas and Brody. Thanks for listening all. Please stay safe be. Well I'm Diane..

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

06:46 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Now here's my conversation with Marlo Thomassen Phil Donahue. Their new book is titled. What MAKES MARRIAGE LAST? What about something like jealousy? Did you come across that as an issue a lot? A lot of people were jealous including Mr you-know-who how Mr you know. Well I mean. She did a movie with Kris Kristofferson. Yeah I don't remarried a long time probably about three years. Yeah and they had a love scene that I thought lasted about twenty five years but medicine beats the stories told by knocking. Suelas Kelly Ripa Roy. Mark Mark was making a movie in Boston and he called his beloved wife in New York in How you doing what are you doing? She said I'm just at home. I'm cleaning the toilet. And he thought where is sounded fishy. He gets on an airplane and doesn't tell anybody flies. Home goes to their building. He gets on the elevator goes up. She's at the door and he walks right buyer and looks behind the curtains. He's looking for the tall dark stranger that he knows is there Johnny? Mobbed her hands. He's really cleaning the toilets. Yeah so I mean you know. Jealousy which you know is not totally unfamiliar to me. It's very draining. If you if you have it you should really work to get rid of it because it's GonNa wear you out tell. How did he get past it fail? I think after after so many years I began to trust her Even though she was gorgeous and you know in the movies in making her own. Tv shows and doing all these iconic things like free to be you and me She she wanted this marriage. She was very keen on supporting. Noticed that you'll at least you know you shouldn't take your partner for granted and actually knew what that meant. I you know but I realized what it means is that you do. You don't continue to let the other personnel. How important they are to you. You don't do the little things that you did when you were dating. You know I mean Phil often tells me that. I looked beautiful. I always tell him he looks handsome. Be have a date night. We were nice to each other. We we we pep each other. If I get down. Sometimes I talk a lot as you can tell so. It'd be a party and maybe I'll save something. I wish I had said that moment and the next day I'll say to him. I wish I hadn't said that I should never said that on my God. Oh come on. It was charming. Everybody loves you. He doesn't let me Wallo in my own insecurity about what I might have said. That's you know I mean somebody else might have said. Oh don't worry about it. But he makes it like it was better overall was killed was is it. You said that. That's a that's a friend that's a he's my friend he wants me to feel good about myself and people don't always do that for each other now. I want to talk with you for a minute about a very famous couple. And that is Jimmy and roads Knighton Carter and the reason I'm on to is because I want to tell you a story about them. Jimmy Carter was on my program eleven times. I loved him and at one point. He told me what he told you. All in this book namely that he hadn't asked or Tall Roseland that he was gonna run for any office that he was going to make any big decision. He sort of did it all on his own very on a shocking up said to him at that point sturt Princeton. Did you and your wife ever consider divorce and you know up. There was ten seconds of dead silence and he said yes. Diane we did and then said and so what did you do that? Mr President and there were ten more seconds and finally to head. We got down on our knees and prayed ticket. That's I believe that story. I mean they. They pray before they go to sleep every night. Once asked Billy Graham. Did you ever think of divorce? Reverend divorce never murder yes that be lead sinking a while so it does. Every single couple goes through something. Something yes Ma'am Marlow. In his book. You talked about a clarinet player. Tell me about that clarinet player Phil and I were. We're on a boat together that Mississippi Queen River Lying River had gone to the Kentucky. Derby repairable real. You know it was fun and at the dinner time this. This little dixieland band came onto the bandstand and it was three or four gentlemen. We'd probably our age now with seem very old at the time they had your color haired. Phil's hair and there was a banjo in a clarinet player and forgot what else in this clarinet player was so in the mood. He was so in bliss he had his eyes closed that he was playing n.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

06:46 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Now here's my conversation with Marlo Thomassen Phil Donahue. Their new book is titled. What MAKES MARRIAGE LAST? What about something like jealousy? Did you come across that as an issue a lot? A lot of people were jealous including Mr you-know-who here. How Mr You know? Well I mean she did a movie with Kris Kristofferson Yeah. I don't remarried a long time probably about three years and they had a love scene that I thought lasted about twenty five years but medicine beats the stories told by knocking. Suelas Kelly Ripa right mark. Mark was making a movie in Boston and he called his beloved wife. In New York in How you doing what are you doing? She said I'm just at home. I'm cleaning the toilet. And he thought it sounded fishy. He gets on an airplane and doesn't tell anybody flies. Home goes to their building. He gets on the elevator goes up. She's at the door and he walks right buyer and looks behind the curtains. He's looking for the tall dark stranger that he knows is there Johnny? Mobbed her hands. He's really cleaning the toilets. Yeah so I mean you know. Jealousy which you know is not totally unfamiliar to me. It's very draining. If you if you have it you should really work to get rid of it because it's GonNa wear you out tell. How did he get past it fail? I think after after so many years I began to trust her Even though she was gorgeous and you know in the movies in making her own. Tv shows and doing all these iconic things like free to be you and me she. She wanted this marriage. She was very keen on supporting. Noticed that you'll at least you know you shouldn't take your partner for granted and actually knew what that meant. I you know but I realized what it means is that you do. You don't continue to let the other personnel. How important they are to you. You don't do the little things that you did when you were dating. You know I mean Phil often tells me that. I looked beautiful. I always tell him he looks handsome. Be have a date night. We were nice to each other. We we we pep each other. If I get down. Sometimes I talk a lot as you can tell so. It'd be a party and maybe I'll save something. I wish I had said in that moment and the next day I'll say to him. I wish I hadn't said that I should never said that. On my God oh come on. It was charming. Everybody loves you. He doesn't let me Wallo in my own insecurity about what I might have said. That's you know I mean somebody else might have said. Oh don't worry about it. But he makes it like it was better overall. It was cute. It was is it. You said that. That's a that's a friend that's a he's my friend he wants me to feel good about myself and people don't always do that for each other now. I want to talk with you for a minute about a very famous couple. And that is Jimmy and roads Knighton Carter and the reason I'm on to is because I want to tell you a story about them. Jimmy Carter was on my program eleven times. I loved him and at one point. He told me what he told you. All in this book namely that he hadn't asked or Tall Roseland that he was gonna run for any office that he was going to make any big decision. He sort of did it all on his own. Very Una Ryan shocking. Up said to him at that point sturt Princeton. Did you and your wife ever consider divorce and you know up. There was ten seconds of dead silence and he said yes. Diane we did and then said and so what did you do that? Mr President and there were ten more seconds and finally to head. We got down on our knees and prayed take. That's A. I believe that story. I mean they. They pray before they go to sleep every night. Once asked Billy Graham. Did you ever think of divorce? Reverend divorce never murder yes that be lead in a while so it does. Every single couple goes through something. Something yes Ma'am Marlow. In his book. You talked about a clarinet player. Tell me about that clarinet player Phil and I were. We're on a boat together that Mississippi Queen River Lying River had gone to the Kentucky. Derby repairable real. You know it was fun and at the dinner time. This little dixieland band came onto the bandstand and it was the three or four gentlemen. We'd probably our age now with seem very old at the time they had your color haired. Phil's hair and it was a banjo in a clarinet player and forgot what else in this clarinet player was so in the mood. He was so in bliss he had his eyes closed that he was playing n.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

10:08 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Diane on Mountain Mine. What makes Relationships Work Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue married for four years during that time the actress and her talk show? Pioneer had a couple of rooms. Don't talk out their relationship in public and never worked together. But now Thomas Donahue have broken both these they just released a new book titled. What makes a marriage last? Four couples share with us. This secrets to a happy life. And as pandemic present test to our relationships the observations have Thomas Donahue and the rest. It is long married. Couples seem more important than ever Phil Donahue Marlo. Thomas is great to have you with this. We've been talking to you for years. I know you have. I know you had thank you so much. Oh with real debate with you now. I I want to hear about how the two of you met. Because it's a great story. Well how do you tell that story? Okay honey we'll tell story. Marla was a guest on my show. Excuse me I get choked up when I talk about. She was up real good guess because she was conversant on political issues have been been very involved in women's movement and she was a Hollywood star. I mean that girl and free to be were huge hits and she produced him both. So here I come into the green room before the show and you she turns around and you know the is right away. We had a chemical reaction to each other. He says amenities saw me. And my big Brown eyes but the minute I saw him as a white hair blue eyes I as I was pretty spitting myself. We went on the show. And then we. We got along very well. You know this reaction interaction. Just SORTA spark shelter. She was an impure as they say in the Catholic Church. That's not a bad way to start bad way to start marlow. What interested me in reading. This book was learning that you really never thought you wanted to be married at all. No I really didn't want to be a while. I was concerned because my father was one of nine boys. Nine boys and a girl my grandmother had and all those nine boys had very very very dominating people Lebanese man mid Eastern man so the men knows is very much dominated. The families and and my mother gave up a career to marry my dad and take over family. It us all looked like it wasn't a fit with WHO I wanted to be in the world. I wanted to be an actress. I wanted to travel. I want to reduce my own stuff. I went to London to play for ten months. I was I was free. So the idea of getting married and having to do with somebody else want me to do Or stay home like my mother. I just didn't WanNa do it. I didn't realize then that I realized later is that you really can define your own marriage and that have not really occurred to me. I thought marriage had very exacting definition and I am. I didn't fit into it but the world changed a little bit and I changed to evade. Your mother said You said. I'm my mom going to marry a man with five children a joke on you. Marlowe you know. I think that you share this name heritage. I come from a Lebanese family. Yes my mother and father both so I know exactly what you mean. Mock out that on them a situation and how long after you an film met on the Mary took three years. I I we crazy in love with each other and we were dating exclusively each other but I was just too scared then. We broke up once which I recommend. If you're not sure we broke up. Once over the challenge of traveling you know Phil was raising four sons all by himself in Winnetka and had a daily show in Chicago and I was working in Los Angeles as a producer and as an actress and I was putting out about one of those movies a year so I was really Very committed to my work so we would travel to each other on the weekends. Sometimes he brings some of his boys with them. Sometimes it would be able to travel because he didn't have anybody to watch the other boys so so it was really very difficult one time after a weekend together. Phil said to me that. I don't think I don't think I can do this. It's just impossible to get my boys. I've got to do my work. It's I love you with this is is not good. It's not working for me and my kids and I kind of agreed. I said I know and it's hard on me too so we broke up broke up for about three months in those three months. I dated other men that I had known before and fuelled dated other women and and then we missed each other too much and said okay. Let's let's figure this out. And so we did and he moved to New York and I moved to New York and we made a life here and here. We are forty years later. Feel how did your boy is feel about Marlowe. Well my oldest son said to marlow about you know a month after she had moved into our place in. Monette guy he said. We like it when you're here because Dan doesn't have as many spaces. Tuesay's in I guess I. I wish I could start over as a single parent I was. I was wired. It was Laura Skarga back alley. Chiller was to do with them but somehow we all survived so yeah and my out. What about the bureau taking on four young hell boy? I don't think I really thought it. Slow to begin with But once I was in They really accepted me and And we got along great They're really good. Boys grown now of course within a lot like fielder curious. They read the paper. They're know about the news. They're on everything. They're very successful in their work. And I've enjoyed on the godmother to one of the children or the grandchildren so we have a close family and I think you know. It's a challenge. It's challenge that I had to face in my marriage and what this book is about is how they face challenges. It's interesting when you think about the couple's you've talked to. There's not one who says oh. We never fight at all. Everybody fights night. Yeah but the big thing is had he come back from the fight. Tell Diane would James Carville said Carbon order to get off of the meaningless arguments about something very unimportant you go round and round. His his philosophy is kick that can down the road in other words. Get rid of it and of course. He has piles of cans down the road. He said excessive America. The old line can and it's true it Phil saw saying it to me. After we came home doing the book and one day we were going into one of those fights. Whatever it is. You didn't put the book over here. Whatever was going around the roundabout at one point just to me. Let's kick this can down the road and we both started laughing and thought. Wow this is a new tool that we have in our marriage. You know to just say it's it would. It's really saying is this. Is it worth our time? You know we're not going to break up over this. This isn't worth as even putting our energy to this. It's so foolish. So that's a really you know you. You learn things like from other people's experiences and you know I like to say about this book that it's not a how to book a how to book could be a little pamphlet. You know this is a what what. What did you do when this happen? What happened to you and then what did you do? That is really what the book is about if you go such thing as a marriage without bumps including sometimes valleys and the issue is who anticipated this.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

10:08 min | 10 months ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Diane on Mountain Mine. What makes Relationships Work Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue married for four years during that time the actress and her talk show? Pioneer had a couple of rooms. Don't talk out their relationship in public and never worked together. But now Thomas Donahue have broken both these they just released a new book titled. What makes a marriage last? Four couples share with us. This secrets to a happy life. And as pandemic present test to our relationships the observations have Thomas Donahue and the rest. It is long married. Couples seem more important than ever meet Phil Donahue Marlo. Thomas is great to have you with this. We've been talking to you for years. I know you have. I know you had thank you so much. Oh with real debate with you now. I I want to hear about how the two of you met. Because it's a great story. Well how do you tell that story? Okay honey we'll tell story. Marla was a guest on my show. Excuse me I get choked up when I talk about cards. She was up real good guess because she was conversant on political issues have been been very involved in women's movement and she was a Hollywood star. I mean that girl and free to be were huge hits and she produced him both. So here I come into the green room before the show and I you know she turns around and you know the is right away. We had a chemical reaction to each other. He says amenities saw me. And my big Brown eyes but the minute I saw him as White Hair Blue Eyes. I as I was pretty spitting myself. We went on the show. And then we. We got along very well. You know this reaction interaction. Just SORTA spark shelter. She was an impure as they say the Catholic Church. That's not a bad way to start bad way to start marlow. What interested me in reading. This book was learning that you really never thought you wanted to be married at all. No I really didn't want to be a while. I was concerned because my father was one of nine boys. Nine boys and a girl my grandmother had and all those nine boys had very very very dominating people Lebanese man mid Eastern man so the men knows is very much dominated. The families and and my mother gave up a career to marry my dad and take over family. It us all looked like it wasn't a fit with WHO I wanted to be in the world. I wanted to be an actress. I wanted to travel. I want to reduce my own stuff. I went to London to play for ten months. I was I was free. So the idea of getting married and having to do with somebody else want me to do Or stay home like my mother. I just didn't WanNa do it. I didn't realize then that I realized later is that you really can define your own marriage and that have not really occurred to me. I thought marriage had very exacting definition and I am. I didn't fit into it but the world changed a little bit and I changed to evade your mother said. You said I'm my mind going to marry a man with five children a joke on you. Marlowe you know. I think that you share this name heritage. I come from a Lebanese family. Yes my mother and father both so I know exactly what you mean. Mock out that on them a situation and how long after you an film it on the Mary took three years. I I we crazy in love with each other and we were dating exclusively each other but I was just too scared then. We broke up once which I recommend. If you're not sure we broke up. Once over the challenge of traveling you know Phil was raising four sons all by himself in Winnetka and had a daily show in Chicago and I was working in Los Angeles as a producer and as an actress and I was putting out about one of those movies a year so I was really Very committed to my work so we would travel to each other on the weekends. Sometimes he brings some of his boys with them. Sometimes it would be able to travel because he didn't have anybody to watch the other boys so so it was really very difficult one time after a weekend together. Phil said to me that. I don't think I don't think I can do this. It's just impossible to get my boys. I've got to do my work. It's I love you with this is is not good. It's not working for me and my kids and I kind of agreed. I said I know and it's hard on me too so we broke up broke up for about three months in those three months. I dated other men that I had known before and fuelled dated other women and and then we missed each other too much and said okay. Let's let's figure this out. And so we did and he moved to New York and I moved to New York and we made a life here and here. We are forty years later. Feel how did your boy is feel about Marlowe. Well my oldest son said to marlow about you know a month after she had moved into our place in. Monette guy he said. We like it when you're here because Dan doesn't have as many spaces. Tuesay's in I guess I. I wish I could start over as a single parent I was. I was wired. It was Laura Skarga back alley. Chiller was to do with them but somehow we all survived so yeah and my out. What about the bureau taking on four young hell boy? I don't think I really thought it. Slow to begin with But once I was in They really accepted me and And we got along great They're really good. Boys grown men now of course within a lot like fielder curious. They read the paper. They're know about the news. They're on everything. They're very successful in their work. And I've enjoyed on the godmother to one of the children or the grandchildren so we have a close family and I think you know. It's a challenge. It's challenge that I had to face in my marriage and what this book is about is how they face challenges. It's interesting when you think about the couple's you've talked to. There's not one who says oh. We never fight at all. Everybody fights night. Yeah but the big thing is had he come back from the fight. Tell Diane would James Carville said Carbon order to get off of the meaningless arguments about something very unimportant you go round and round. His his philosophy is kick that can down the road in other words. Get rid of it and of course. He has piles of cans down the road. He said excessive America. The all line can and it's true it Phil saw saying it to me. After we came home after doing the book and one day we were going into one of those fights. Whatever it is. You didn't put the book over here. Whatever was going around the roundabout at one point just to me. Let's kick this can down the road and we both started laughing and thought. Wow this is a new tool that we have in our marriage. You know to just say it's it could. It's really saying is this. Is it worth our time? You know we're not going to break up over this. This isn't worth as even putting our energy to this. It's so foolish. So that's a really you know you. You learn things from other people's experiences and you know I like to say about this book that it's not a how to book a how to book could be a little pamphlet. You know this is a what what. What did you do when this happen? What happened to you and then what did you do? That is really what the book is about if you go such thing as a marriage without bumps including sometimes valleys and the issue is who anticipated this.

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"phil donahue" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He said it over and over again what he is not what he is not this was ham on Phil Donahue mental Donahue when the first talk show there was out yet Mike Douglas like daytime then you have Phil Donahue and Bernie was on there all those many years ago talking about what he is are your capitalists now I'm not so you don't believe in the profit motive free enterprise if I have a better mousetrap I make more money is something to be said for free and the price on a local level and the competition but what what happening in our society is we don't live in a free at the prices are you living a pampered Koppel society we're in virtually every single industry of giant multibillion dollar corporations competing driving the small businessman yeah I'm telling you guys he is not always cracked up to be when you talk about a lot of stuff like this he isn't and then there's the price of all of his stuff but what's this going to cost us all we'd like to now you have a price tag for for all the the price tag is it will be substantially less than letting the current system go I think it's about thirty trillion that's just for Medicare for all I care for this you have a price tag for all of these things why don't we try to note you mentioned making public colleges universities tuition free and canceling all student debt that's correct that's what I wanna do we pay for that to a modest tax on Wall Street speculation okay you gotta pay for that I love the seat a modest he does it now that's the thing he doesn't know it's going to be cheaper is not the answer he doesn't know and you know what he doesn't care either he doesn't care he said that you know the bluebirds trying to buy this betrayed by this is what you should do is try to buy this he's trying to buy know your trying to bite you're trying to use other people's money to get yourself to the White House so you can add your revolution all by giving away other people's money eventually though as Margaret Thatcher said you will run out of other people's money then what would you say you don't know what the total price is but you know how it's gonna be paid for how do you know it's gonna be paid for if you don't know how much the price you know I can't run walk through every nickel and every time but we have accounted for you talked about Medicare for all we have options out there that will pay for what are your options we're just curious this is the part that should be striking for everybody right question how are you going to pay for what are you going to do how are you going to pay for this tell me now is your Nordic dream as you're trying to build here this massive Nordic dream of this amazing everybody gets unicorn everybody gets everything they've ever dreamed of somebody's gonna have to pay for if you know anything about Scandinavia they'll pay for average tax rate in Scandinavia's they were trained forty five and about sixty five percent because it's not just your tags taxes that cost things they eventually had to put on value added tax everywhere vast meaning they put on twenty twenty plus percent on every purchase you make could you imagine that here with sales tax for local municipalities and state taxes well just curious how that works what we are calling for years universal child care how you gonna pay for this we have a tax on wealth to pay for that for all the people who liked the idea of it there can be a lot of Democrats again who are saying well wait a minute yet again this is another program that it's not clear how it's going to get paid so it's just going to add it is clear how it's going to be paid for look and listen more taxes it's taxes on billionaires you know you know I get a little bit tired of hearing my opponents saying Gee how you gonna pay for a program that helps children or working class families or middle class families are you going to pay for that because it's a fair question because if you rob other working middle class families to pay for everybody else is crap they have a right to know you're giving away somebody else's hard earned money and dreams it's fair to ask the damn question you don't know you have no idea what this would cost and if it unravels you don't care it's all about making government the central figure in everything that you do that's what it is it's about making government god it's about making government everything that you have to turn four that's what they want people are frustrated they think the system's been raped because I've been told the whole life through by the way all these amazing opportunities to go to college to go to school to get an amazing education they've been told their whole life how much their life sucks all while enjoying the privilege of that what capitalism brought them and the problem with capitalism is there's too much government because power likes money and money likes power he doesn't care what it costs because it's not his money it'll matter do you it'll matter to you and me when you look up and you start to see all my god it wasn't just what they thought it was they're having to come again and again and ask for more money and eventually what happens they run out of other people's money are you ready for that I'm not ready for that three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter feel free to tweet at me to text the program as well Hey Macca socius mature American citizens fastest growing over fifty organization in the country it is amazing what they do they're out there protecting your interest for things like so security for protecting our borders the commonsense immigration law fixing Medicare what do you want to believe it or not there are plenty of people are lobbying against a lot of things you believe in so why not have somebody out there working hard for you on top of.

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Trans People Taking Office: Brianna Titone Leads the Way

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Trans People Taking Office: Brianna Titone Leads the Way

"So Brianna you and I met on twitter and I'm always taken by how tirelessly you work. It seems like you don't sleep do you sleep. You know. Seven seven hours. That's pretty good. That's better than me. How much you share on social media I also think is really important. So thank you for all you do. I really appreciate it. Let's start at the beginning. Can you give my listeners? A little bit more about your background. You grew up in New York right. Yeah from a small town in upstate. New York in the catskill area class of about one hundred and twenty five students in my high school. So everybody knew everybody's business all the time and for me. I was kind of someone who liked to not be the center of attention and I wanted to be Blend in because you know I was a secret cross dresser and that was something I could never let anybody know in a small town especially in the early nineties. Because that wasn't something anybody knew about or did so I how did you? How did you figure out that something that felt good for you cross dressing? It was at your moms close. Yeah yeah it's Kinda just experimentation and just felt right and I wanted to. I wanted to be a girl but I just. It just didn't nothing matched up with me on that and I didn't have any role models or anything I had the Phil Donahue show and a couple of episodes that I saw about transgender people and and it wasn't really put in a good light but it was very intriguing to me and that was one of the first things I remember Of of my childhood of of anything I really saw about that because I liked girls and the the guests on the show were transgender. Women who were married women right. I was like Oh this didn't make a whole lot of sense but it resonated with me. It's funny I wonder how many people watch the Phil Donahue show and got some sort of reflection of who they are from watching because he was great at bringing on guests that we had not always seen in society. Yeah I mean. I don't think he did it to be a freak show like the Jerry Springer ended up doing but the audience didn't really always take those people very friendly but it was intriguing to me and it was always an thought I had in my head but not having any other role models earning exposure to atten no internet. Of course the time I just kind of your parents supportive. They found out about me because I got careless. I was very good at hiding it and they found you. WanNa be found at all. I did not. I was mortified. I mean the sense of like your heart wanting to jump out of your chest of embarrassment and I think everyone can relate to that feeling of being found out about something. Yeah it was. It was a horrible feeling. And you know they were calm and you know they confronted me about it very nicely and they said you know. Would you like to see therapists? And can we talk about it? And I mean I would other choice I have so we did and I talked to therapists about it and from what I remember. The conversation was this. Oh this phase. Don't worry ban so once I walked in to the first therapist it was essentially him saying. We don't really have the tools to help you few months more pass and I walk into another therapist office and she also within the first minutes to said. That sounds like it's really tough thing. I actually don't have the skills to help you or the tool southfield. Six months later I find myself in another therapist's office this time. It was actually after a suicide and he also said this is a really tough thing but we don't have the tools to help you. At that point I tend to for a year so it was really kind of petrifying experience for me to to just sort of transitional loan and I often wonder what would happen if I walked into. That first step is office and said trends and they just said that's great. Let's let's see what we can do for you know. They didn't really know a lot about that kind of stuff back then and especially in a rural part of New York. The therapist really weren't gonNA know a lot about it. If I went to New York City and saw therapists. They're they might have some more information. Maybe better trained in that. Tell you at this point. I think I was probably thirteen. So Young. Yeah and just because of the sheer embarrassment. I just went outside and I burned everything that I had because I can't do this. What society was telling me that was wrong. Right and also you wanted to feel like you're fitting in in school and you wanted to sort of disappear as you said before and yet how you felt was other than yeah yeah and. I just thought that I just if I got rid of all the stuff and then have it anymore. Wouldn't want to be part of my life anymore and that didn't last long and I was ordering things on the Victoria's secret catalog and making sure I got the mail that day when it came very stealthy hiding it and I continued to hide it from them and they didn't know that I was still doing it until I really came out to them as a trans person in my thirties so I kept from them throughout college. How did you just not have these conversations with them? No I just avoid it and you hear a lot of other stories from people about losing their family and losing their friends when they come out and I didn't want that partisan I've ever had to do was to my family and friends. Her daughter is now thirteen. What does she do? She calls me doubt sometime. My daughter and I do a lot of hiking. Hiking history and football are among her favorite things. Westbrook can throw a football nearly sixty yards and throwdown with the guys at work. Is that competitive spirit? That's feeling her fight in the race for Washington. I've been at the lowest points in society and worked my way up to where I'm at now everything that I've been through gives me a certain edge. That representatives typically don't have. I I didn't feel connected with WHO I was when I was about five years old so if I just didn't tell anybody I wouldn't have to worry about it but eventually I came out to the world and I had no choice so I discount cross my fingers. I think about parenting and how my mom used to save his thing to me? Which was don't send in their blind meaning. If something's going on I need to hear from you not from someone else and I think that there's got to be a point of relief. That happens when you know that. Someone's hiding something because parents everything and then being able to discuss it in a way that even better for worse even if you decided at that point you know what. I can't be a part of this because the way in which you see me as destructive but to at least have the conversation right relieved. Yeah they were. They said well. We thought you stopped doing that. And I was like no. I just got better at hiding it because I didn't. I didn't WanNA bring up that. Probably hard that they felt too and we don't really talk about it even still. It's kind of just something we don't we don't go there anymore. We just kind of exist as people doing our own things and I was reading your bio and I was like this person has been through so much and you've taken so many different pads in your life so if those of you that don't know about Brianna shot was a volunteer firefighter. Yup What did you learn about that experience? So I joined up at Sixteen as a junior firefighter and junior firefighter basically rolls up the hoses and gets folds the tarps in gets helps out and I got to take a lot of classes at the county. All of the fire training classes that were available and then when I turned eighteen than I was actually able to put the wet stuff on the red stuff. That's what we used to say. Well and then you were. Also you studied geology physics and Electrical Engineering Double Major. I then I was just a physics major and then I went back to the department chairs to say. What else have you got to offer? An geology was great for me because incorporates all the sciences and I really like science so I ended up switching to geology major and then I decided that I had enough credits to get a physics degree too so I got the physics degree and the geology degree and a minor math. What did you study in Grad School? I I got a master's degree in geochemistry

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"phil donahue" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on KTOK

"Moral equivalence. There. But for the grace of God, go, I've Phil Donahue USA. This all the time Phil Donahue and hostess show, and when the subject of illegal immigration would come up. He would be start preaching about the accident of his birth. I was born just a few miles inside the US border edits. It look the difference. It's made for me started extolling the guilt that he felt over how the accident of his birth resulted in him being an American how basically unfair that was. Two two other people in the world as though being born into a country of prosperity indecency is something to feel guilty about. And it may be something to feel very grateful for I have no quarrel with that. But it's how you deal with this. That matters. We simply can't take everybody in the world the answer. The solution is to spread our area of dominant influence and to get rid of tarantula regimes and dictatorships which treat their people like dirt. And condemn that. And do our best to spread our way of life around under the belief that it's good and decent. But they're way too many people don't take a good guys. And they think that the American way of life is an imposition to others in the we don't have the right to impose our views on people. But somehow we ought to stand aside and let everybody who wants in in because of our guilt..

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"phil donahue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"phil donahue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Eight two two. Eight eight. Two the Email address elrushbo eibnet dot US I want. To go back to something I mentioned the, first hour before getting back, or, are, actually starting. With the with the audio sound bites The the drive bys are now obsessed for the moment with Trump and his all caps tweets to present role of Iran Who is continuing the shout death to America here in death to America there and Trump's had it Trump is not like other presidents as well you know that's just, Iran the nets, part of what we have to. Do and being a superpower and and you know just show Iran we don't tell them, any harm here's one hundred fifty billion dollars direct from the Obama administration along with a stupid deal help them. Ratchet up their nuclear program Trump looks at this and is appalled by it as anybody with, me common sense would be the only people not appalled by people. Working inside the beltway in Washington who think this is somehow new diplomacy or maybe standard practice diplomacy but it's. Part and parcel being a superpower, and we can't lauded over people and we don't laud over anybody we just be who we are There's no shame and becoming a superpower economically military militarily especially when you are a force for. Good why be ashamed of that But the. Left always has been Phil Donahue I remember him wringing, his hands on his show many times over. The accident of his birth The accident of his. Birth it was my pure accident to fill became, an American not some poor squalid Central American And, Phil never get over the guilt The accident of his, birth and saw fills politics were too Give everything away from the United States the people in need around the world. Because it's. Not fair that not everybody can be born here never stopping the think why the United States is what it is and why other nations around the world aren't never stopping to realize That is a difference between tyranny freedom it's not complicated The difference between tyranny and freedom and the relationship to upwardly. Mobile economic activity It's not a mystery to these people it. Is there's nothing special about America it's, just, an accident that we're, so rich it's an accident or as Richard Gephardt said former congressman from Missouri We were, the, winners of life's lottery And is Barack Obama, and Elizabeth Warren we're. Famous for saying you didn't. Build it you didn't make that happen We built we built. The road possible, for you to build, we built the road. Your customers we we built.

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