21 Burst results for "Poppy Harlow"

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

07:37 min | 4 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Doubt about capitalism? And whether it's a good idea to run on what is green in the only cases in which the masses of escaped from the Kinda grinding poverty. You're talking about the cases in recorded history or where they have had capitalism and largely free trade. The record of history is absolutely crystal clear that there is no alternative way. So far discovered of improving the lot of the ordinary people that can hold a candle to the productive activities. That are unleashed by free. Enterprise seems to reward. Not that was the economist Milton. Friedman being interviewed by Phil Donahue in nineteen seventy nine for decades Friedman's ideas on capitalism have dominated economic thought let the free market create a thriving society let businesses focus on maximising their profits before all else this he argued is what would improve everyone's quality of life but what the last forty years have shown. Is that these ideas have also brought about a crisis the greatest income inequality we've seen in generations that has led some of the most prominent CEOS in the world to argue that capitalism must change. I'm poppy harlow in today on boss files. We're talking about the future of capitalism. Someone who is given a lot of thought to this is mark. Benny off the founder and CEO. Of salesforce I I spoke to mark about the ideal year before the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what he told me then. Capitalism is dead. We need a new more sustainable. A more equitable More Fair Capitalism. And that means that the capitalism built on stakeholders not to shareholders their customers and employees their partners those are all stakeholders a homeless key. Stakeholder our public schools are a key stakeholder the planet is a stakeholder in the wake of this pandemic the global economy has all but stopped resulting in millions of people losing their jobs the World Bank projects. This could cause sixty million people to fall into extreme poverty worldwide. So I invited mark to come back on the show and I asked him so what happens to capitalism now? I'm more optimistic about than ever in that. There is a new capitalism emerging more sustainable capitalism more compassionate capitalism that this idea that we have companies who are willing to come forward to be part of the solution. Here's my conversation with salesforce. Ceo Mark Benny off mark. Thank you I have been wanting to have this conversation with you in depth. I feel like for years. And we've sort of nibbled edit here and there and interviews but today is all about the future of capitalism and. I'm I'm just so glad that you're here. So thank you for taking the time. Oh I'm delighted. Thanks for having me poppy. You know the World Bank just announced mark. I'm sure you saw that. This this cove pandemic they think is going to push sixty million people into extreme poverty and that means living on less than dollar and ninety cents a day. What do you think when you hear that? Well this has been such a challenging time for everyone and to see how this has accelerated so many of the issues of social inequality not just globally but even locally. You know my heart breaks for those people you think about salesforce the biggest employer in San Francisco. You also think of the other side of the coin with San Francisco with such a significant homelessness problem. Do you have an obligation as a corporation that is doing pretty well in the middle of of this to alleviate? Some of that poverty will poppy. I think you know that. I so strongly believe that. Businesses the greatest platform for change and that businesses have to step up and do more. The business of business is not just business or earnings per share like has been articulated by Milton Friedman for so many generations of CEO's the business a business is improving the state of the world. You've really hit on a nerve here when we think about our community as well as our customers our employees our partners all of these stakeholders are critical for business to serve. You have said for a long time to businesses the greatest platform for change. But I wonder if you think mark that in this pandemic has it not revealed in so many ways. That businesses are reliant on good governance and one could argue that in this pandemic it's government that has sort of had to be the greatest platform for change. Some have done really well and some some have not. I just wonder if it has changed your view on that globally. The role of good governance will governance. And I think especially public private partnerships are more important than ever a really good example is what we're doing in the state of Rhode Island. Yeah I'm sure you know that one of the things that we have to do to fight the viruses where mass another thing is wash our hands. Another thing is social distancing but there's a fourth thing which is testing and tracing that is building a comprehensive testing infrastructure and then want people are tested the ability to work with them to understand. Who else have they been around and praise those contacts through what we call human tracers. So that idea that companies and states have to work together to them kind of identify. Who else needs to be notified that they might be positive to help. Extinguish the virus and in so many places in the world where the virus has already been extinguished. It's been a combination of these four things together. That have really made a difference. And that's what we need to be doing here in the United States as well and for anyone who hasn't read the New York Times piece on you a few weeks ago. I mean the fact that you that you that private industry had to figure out a way to get planes to go pick up all of this p. p. e. and bring it back to help universities in hostels in San Francisco that needed it. Most I mean. It shows the power of the private sector. It also shows the failure of government. I mean what did you think? When you got that call we've procured more than sixty million pieces of P. E. in partnership with. Ucsf we've been able to deliver that to more than three hundred hospitals and medical organizations around the world. And look you're right. We're not a government organization. But we had we had no choice but to get involved because we have a responsibility to our local community to head to help them and getting a phone call like that. You can imagine my surprise when I'm like. Wow what can I do to help procure? It turned out that I had a relationship with a friend of mine in China's the CEO of a company called Alibaba Daniels. Zang and I called him and said. Can you help me with this and from that you know? We ended up with airplanes landing here in the United States in the United Kingdom and in in many countries you know with this. Pp and that was very powerful. How mark has this.

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Unemployment hits 14.7%, the worst since Great Depression

Global Financial Review

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Unemployment hits 14.7%, the worst since Great Depression

"In Kevin's an economic adviser to president Donald Trump thanks a senior adviser he said employment could hit twenty percent by June right the White House is telling Americans to brace for a period of great depression level unemployment this summer I have said a senior economic adviser to Donald president Donald Trump on Tuesday this last week the jobless rate United States could spike between sixteen and twenty percent by Jim that would be a startling spike from the current levels of four point four percent in would mark the highest unemployment since the nineteen thirties folks unemployment spiked to twenty five percent in nineteen thirty three according to US bureau of labor statistics he said the economic numbers between may and July will be as bad as anything we've ever seen he shared with CNN's poppy Harlow the big issue is the risk of the second wave right the Congressional Budget Office forecast is based on the assumption that social distancing requirements are drastically reduced during the second half of the year as this pandemic hopefully fades the risk is that the second wave infections forces stay at home orders to snap back derailing the economic recovery moody's investor services warned Tuesday that the renewed lockdowns would deal a severe harm to the economy it could quickly escalated to a deeper financial crisis wow deeper than what but by far on a scale and scope than the two thousand and eight financial crisis in fact has its finish the service said if there's another wave in September has it said the economy is going to take another hit for sure no I don't share these things to fear monger you I show these things to educate you because most the time what you're hearing is fake news and it's not giving you the truth it is meant for mind share with me years ago all progress begin and the truth is folks it's rocky and it's about to get

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Know in these underprivileged under serviced areas You know these these kids. I mean just aren't getting treated in. A lot of them are going through various things at at a younger age in for for that they're susceptible to a number of underlying health conditions. And a lot of that can be coming from both the physical and the mental. But even if you just look at in terms of You know people of color that our therapists are people of color that Work in psych departments or anything of that nature. It's it's like I think less than five percent so you know they're they're not growing up or learning to to trust you know the health system in this way because they in some cases they feel like they failed him. So that's that's another thing that I'm really trying to to stress in my therapist is a person of color in person that. I've connective win in a in a very big way so I think people need to find a way that are In the medical field to Have a lot of diversity. I think it's so so so important to to see that because that human potential and the You know getting under served in in such a big way and that getting lost on people is Something that needs to change moving forward and I think you make a great point. That's this is incredibly incredibly important to You know it's not just about You know taking that curve and and you know making sure that it's dropping off but also in underserved areas making sure that everybody's getting a equal shot and everybody's getting a fair shot at at staying healthy living in reaching their potential in that way because this is this is something that again like this virus doesn't it doesn't care who you are doesn't doesn't discriminate. But you know there's some people that Are you know things are available to them far more so than they would be elsewhere? So that's a that's a great point that you bring up and I wish I could speak to it more more at length but I do more work on that side and I think Look I think of we return to the world that we were before having this inequality that already existed but so glaring now in this crisis then we failed everyone We have to come out of this changed not by nature. I'm not always all the way optimistic but I feel like there's a lot of good that can come out of this and it'll be eye-opening and that's you know. Obviously we've been trying to tackle that topic for a long time but maybe it took something Devastating for a number of people across You know all socio Economic Status Gender Profile Sexual preference like whatever it is. It doesn't matter. It does not discriminate. So that's that's the hope for all of this. Yeah it's true. I think you said nothing unites us like a common enemy. And that's what we have now also just to end a shoutout to an amazing woman in your life. Dr Michele Crass who I know has done a lot of this work with you at Ucla where you went to school and just a lot of credit to her as well. Big Shout out to Michelle Cross. He's been incredibly important in my understanding of You know why things are the way they are what research is going to look like going forward. And she's she's a superstar. I mean I remember just looking at all the things she had done in her career up to this point and all her accolades and who. How many lives you've saved and you can't put you know a quantity. We can put a number on that. But she's just her whole life is geared towards. You know helping people so she's a season inspiration for me. I feel like she should have number retired in the rafters of somebody's Statue Jersey. Yes like I come in. I'm coming down the corridor and I'm telling you know I feel like I'm telling people. Hey this is my experience. And this is what I've learned and then she'll allow it up to her and she'll just you know she'll slam it home because she just she is so smart she just she takes everything that I've said it makes me makes me. I guess I don't know she makes me look good. But she's like okay. This is why you feel that way. And she's she's so transparent and yeah. The understanding is so important Kevin. Thank you really for being outspoken. On this front. It's a scary thing to step into when you're one of the first to speak out in your role but you did and I think it's changed people's lives and in this moment. I think we all need to hear it. Took thanks for the work. You're doing and thanks for spending time with me. Thank you so much for being with me today. If you enjoyed this episode of boss files make sure to keep listening every week. We bring you a new conversation with a new leader about how they're navigating all of the uncertainty during this pandemic and be sure to tune in to C. N. N.'s. Other podcasts. To stay up to date on crony virus and all the latest developments every weekday. You can hear my friend and colleague Dr Sanjay Gupta on his podcast. Corona virus fact versus fiction. Who Walks you through the latest news? Everything you need to know. And you should also listen to some of my other favorites in podcasts. Like David axelrod's x-files the daily. Dc and more you can find those CNN. Dot Com slash. Podcasts as always I want to know what you think what did you like. What didn't you like. What do you want to hear from leave us a rating or review on your favorite podcast APP? You can also find me on social media at Poppy Harlow. Cnn will be back next week with another episode of boss files..

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"I think that this has been the hardest moment for me as a leader every day. I think about my employees right. Who are reliant on me for paycheck for healthcare in at time were like a lot of our work has been decimated. I think also about like how I'm showing up in who I want to be when I come out of this because we will get out of this and how we make decisions from a sober perspective in how a role model for my leaders and how I can take care of myself right whether that is our waking up at six inches meditating for five minutes before everybody wakes up because you know. I have to be innovative and creative right now. I have to make sure that girls are quotas stronger when we get out of this than when we started. I have to think about how I can build a model for my underserved girls so they come out of this stronger more educated more prepared than before this. I actually think that that's possible. Have you been able to to get through this without any layoffs? You mentioned a lot of your businesses gone. Yes so far without Laos two full time employees and we are hopefully going to be able to take advantage of the of the care act but good good but it's not you know it's not easy right in but at the same time it's like it's like a burden that you don't want to have on my shoulders. I am so conscious of people's Need to be employed in need to have healthcare in certainty right now. We wish you luck. Reshma let's check in this summer. Maybe end this summer and see how how it all went and until then we'll be. Thank you cheering you guys on. Thank you poppy for calling attention to this issue. 'cause I in all of this. I hope I don't want it to get lost that that that while wherever was very excited about technology and remote learning that. It's not that it's not great for everyone knows it's not we will. We'll keep shining light reshma. Good loughgall etiquette. Thank you to the baby and and the executive work you have to block. Thank you take care. Thanks to all of you for being with me today. If you enjoyed this episode of boss fouls made sure to keep tuning in over the next several weeks. We've talked to more leaders about how they are navigating all of the uncertainty and the challenges during this pandemic and as always. I want to hear what you think. Leave us a rating review on your favorite podcast APP. And Tell me who you want to hear from. You can find social media APP. Poppy Harlow CNN. We'll be back soon with another episode of boss files. Thanks so much for listening..

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

09:34 min | 6 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Welcome boss files. I'm poppy harlow today. I'm talking to leaders who are working help. The most vulnerable people during this corona virus pandemic both here in the United States and around the world. We wanted to do this episode. Because this is something I think about a lot and cared deeply about for those of us who are more fortunate. What can we all do to help? Those who will be even more adversely impacted by this both in terms of disparity in care and the economic fallout that is just going to increase income inequality in this country a little bit later on the show. I'll speak with West more the CEO of Robin Hood Foundation Their Sole Mission is lifting people out of poverty. Right here in New York City West also has quite personal story so this strikes close to home for him. I saw with my own family. About how these singular shocks can knock a family down to the point that it then takes this remarkable sense of influence and frankly a lot of luck to be able to help people navigate their way out of this. I'll also talk to Lauren. Bush Lauren the founder and CEO of feed projects which sells their feed bags and other items directly fund the UN World Food Program. She talks about how she's working with feeds partners around the world and also she's trying to support her own employees if there's any takeaway so far it's that word truly all in this together and to me. I think it just puts movements like ours like the hunger movement like the Environmental Movement. Certainly just in a new context. But let's begin. This episode with supermodel turned activist. Christy Turlington Burns the founder of every mother counts. It's an incredible organization that fights improve care for mothers giving birth around the world. Mothers who right now are facing even greater threats to their health a quick note before we begin as you can imagine none of these conversations are happening in person right now. Well we're all pretty much at home talking over the phone and online so occasionally you'll hear a dog bark in the background or one of my kids could burst in at any moment. I hope you'll understand bear with us as we work through all of this and keep bringing the show. So let's begin with my conversation with Christy Turlington Burns okay. Technology trouble shot all done. We're good Christie. Thank you so much for talking to me about this. Especially right now. Thank you poppy. For having me just to give people a sense of this situation for women giving birth in America before the Krona virus pandemic the number of women who die giving birth in America each year has nearly doubled in the last two decades in the US has higher rates of maternal death in forty five other countries. And I couldn't believe it when I learned. This is the only developed country with a consistently rising maternal mortality rate. So that is where we were before cove in nineteen. Where are we today? What has every mother counts? Learned about what this pandemic means for pregnant women and women delivering. What we've been seeing here in so far is that there's really a lack of research and information adequate information for Childbearing people I think when people are in a state of confusion and fear in already A period of time with which there is that kind of emotion attached. There's a lot of unknown out of uncertainty It is more important than ever for women and families do have a contact with their provider into be having a really close dialogue with them as they prepare For giving birth during this time as I mentioned before the research is just not there There are a number of studies in the last week. That have been coming to my attention which we are helping to spread the word so that more women can Participate in those studies but there really is so little that we know about pregnant women and their susceptibility to this. I think what makes the most vulnerable is the fact that most women in America deliver in hospital setting and by virtue being a hospital at this time. it's not the safest place to be at and they're they're even some labor and delivery words being converted into Krona virus units right and I wonder are you seeing data that more women are opting to deliver at home as a result in. Is that relieved the safest choice I think there are a lot of women who are exploring that option right now but it's not advisable for a woman who hasn't been going down that path already to be exploring that option if it's late in the pregnancy or in the middle of the pregnancy. I think if you are finding out that you're pregnant today or you're in those early weeks It's a great option to explore in any time period. If you're low risk pregnancy you you wanna make sure that the choices that you make that you have the support system to make sure that that's going to be the best fit for you but to be making that decision now late in your pregnancy. Because you're fearful of the hospital is not the ideal scenario and a lot of Humbert. Midwives are actually Fully booked or overbooked and not able to handle the demand that this situation has caused. What does this mean this pandemic and the pressure on the hospital systems as a result and the lack of a P P of protective gear? For many nurses and doctors. Can you talk about what this means Christie especially for the most vulnerable population? Because you know we've seen a real disparity in terms of availability of care for poor Americans and I think that that would extend to those who are more vulnerable In in more dire economic situation as they're giving birth yeah all very true I mean just to put it into perspective. Childbirth accounts for nearly one out of four hospital stays in this country. So you really can't address the corona virus crisis without taking into account pregnant and childbearing people In some areas. I'm sure you've seen in the media. women. Labor can only have one person with them in the hospital and visitors are limited. A New York state recently issued an order protecting the right of people to have at least one support person with them in a hospital during labor and childbirth. But that's been even controversial among health workers. You know it's it's tricky as you mentioned the most vulnerable women who are coming in and don't have any support system no partner. They're already very much on their own. going to this experience and so to not be able to have a A support person by their side and Dula for example Someone that they built a relationship in trust with it just puts them in a place of more vulnerability than they already were. There are a lot of people taking the line of preparing people with a technology plan. So that if they are in a hospital or city that is not allowing partner to be in the room then they should be working today on kind of building up to prepare for that in having some type of technical device to be able to allow voice support or some kind of meditation or some kind of coaching support throughout labor and delivery But not everybody has access to those types of support systems or technologies so There will be Women who were going to do this on their own With very stressed out overworked providers and that doesn't set anyone up for success. Ultimately you were very vocal in New York of the last few weeks about this and and applauded governor. Cuomo for the executive order to mandate that every person giving birth could have one one person by their side as they were doing that in the hospital having given birth twice for hugh having gone through this. I I can't imagine not having someone there alongside of me but you're saying that that's a situation for some other still another other states. Yes I think. Every state is handling this slightly differently in it could just be the hospitals. Themselves that have created the policies That's one of the things that I think would be helpful just to have consistent policies across the country right so that When people are hearing about a governor in one state who saying this is not acceptable To know that that that same bar or standard will be held At their local level as well new at every mother counts have been profiling. The courageous sort of frontline healthcare workers on instagram. In every day you have a new post. I was really struck. I think it was just yesterday the day before. These two sisters from Michigan where? There's an outbreak You know serving a pregnant woman delivering her another doctor talking about Delivering a baby from a presumptive. Covert nineteen positive. Mother these are. These are our heroes right now. They really are. I mean I can't see.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"The priority. Are The people issues talking with them understanding their concerns living our values that this is about our community and we do the same thing with a lot of time with them talking about remember. Ninety six farms are still failing on these families and they have same concerns. There's kids are out of school. They have to have access to food they are. They don't many of them. Don't have technology bail ability right broadband. Which is something we've been talking about for awhile. And so how are they going to take tele-medicine It's unchartered time a hobby. I think you have to go back to the good person and understand the concern. And listen and communicate. Who are you Beth? As as we wrap up this fewer questions. Who are you looking at for leadership in this crisis right? What leaders are you looking at? You think are doing a good job. Or who do you look to in moments like this? Because I think it's a fair bet to save never thought face this when you became. Ceo No I don't think any of us thought we'd ever see something like this. You know I always look for first of all of the scientists. I look for the experts to tell us to give US clarity. As to one of the best ways we can protect our workers. Our farmers are members. Our families I think the experts that I look at Are the ones who are putting their their people and everybody I at as they can and so those that are saying in their platforms. They're doing everything they can to locate with their teams but also make sure that they continue the samp Lloyd and then thinking outside of ourselves. This is a time where many of these children who are at school who can't go to school. Don't have a meal. There have been getting their breakfast lunch at school. And so we're concerned about that. Were concerned about a food. Banks who also are not getting as much support because restaurants close down food supplies not going necessarily in there in those moments beyond listening to the scientists. It is about listening to others who need more in in my view. The farmers This cooperative has at its values at its fundamental values in wherein coming into our hundredth anniversary. I see this across the country. They're most concerned with others. And I think if we all put ourselves outside ourselves for a moment and take care of those who are going to be In most need I think that's the best position to be of course. I'm so glad you brought that up. I think a lot about especially the food insecure kids in in this country. And we're talking to Lauren Bush Lauren of feed and also feeding America United Way. All about this stuff finally. What's it like being CEO at home with Teenage Kids House? Echoing while they're on spring break Obviously cancer plans to fifteen year olds. Boys the men. We have a nephew with us. Seventeen and a seventeen year old daughter. The good news is we put in a little structure for them. Hey I in the morning you gotta get some physical activity work out a little bit new something. We're trying to make them do all sorts of Tours It's a gift for me. I'm going to be honest. it's hard. I see this For people who don't have childcare. My kids are in teenage years Obviously with my role I travel a lot and I miss out. On many critical conversations are things that I would wish I could see for my kids out there. Growing what their thoughts are. It's in many ways for A blessing because I get to see them close up spent time with them and And that's terrific. Even when his bumpy one is funny and hilarious. You're so right I I feel the same. It's taxing but a blessing roasted marshmallows on candles in the backyard with my four year old yesterday. That was our afternoon so thank goodness for that time. Right right thank you Beth. We wish you guys locked in the farmers keep us posted. Well thanks poppy. If you enjoyed this episode of boss files make sure to keep tuning in over the next several weeks as we talk to more business leaders about how they're coping with the uncertainty and all of the challenges presented by the Corona virus pandemic and as always leave us a rating. Let us know what you think on your favorite podcast APP. You can always find me on social media at Poppy Harlow CNN and love to hear from you about who you want to hear from. We'll be back soon with another episode of boss files. Thanks so much for listening. No one likes to feel stock especially by a cloud but the IBM cloud is the most open. Insecure public cloud for business can manage all your apps and data anywhere smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm Dot com slash flexible..

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The best prevention against the coronavirus is still washing your hands.

Ben Shapiro

03:01 min | 7 months ago

The best prevention against the coronavirus is still washing your hands.

"All this there is surrounding the corona virus continues to spread their voices that are coming office more level headed and there are more attempts by media politicize this whole event and then there are the facts Carl Goldman and his wife Jerry are both of the quarantine unit of the bio containment facility at the university of Nebraska Medical Center the Braskem Medical Center in Omaha he has tested positive for the virus she's tested negative but must remain under quarantine until she spends the necessary fourteen days in isolation he believes the diamond princess cruise ship they were on became a floating Petri dish they both want to be reunited in the go home as soon as possible but there is one thing they both say and that is to reassure the public that there is no need to panic when asked for advice Karl said quote I think I just have a thermometer don't panic with this and realize this is going to be less of an impact in terms of deaths in the flu's each season end of quote Jerry added quote we don't want people to panic they already are and there's no need end of quote these thoughts are coming for Americans who are at the center of this controversy meanwhile CNN anchor tried to use the situation to provoke reduces the vice president Mike pence as the lead on the federal government's response to the coronavirus Michigan representative Debbie Dingell appeared on CNN with anchor poppy Harlow it was asked given vice president pence's history as governor dealing with the recent health crisis in terms of HIV in Indiana is he the best equipped to lead this effort at the White House with Democrat Dingell responded you know what I don't think this is the time to take shots I think this is a time for all of us to work together we've already seen what it's done to other countries we've got to work together taking cheap shots of people right now is not the thing to do working together is so there are grown ups in the room meanwhile A. P. is in fact checking coronavirus claims by Democrats in the event of the inaccurate comments about the government's ability to address diseases like the coronavirus well Joe Biden Mike Bloomberg were wrong to say critical health agencies faced funding cuts they blame president trump for restricting resources for the centers for disease control and prevention the CDC and the national institutes of health the N. I. H. but according the AP fact check press in trump's proposed budget cuts never went into effect and the funding to fight the latest outbreak came from a congressional fund created for health emergencies some critics that a bigger concern was that White House budget steadily erode a CDC grant program for state and local public health emergency preparedness but according to the AP fact check that the crime was set in motion by a congressional budget measure that predates president trump Israel has announced that a technology medical laboratory systems firm announced that its biomedical division has developed a new rapid and accurate diagnostics kit for the C. O. V. I. D. nineteen coronavirus that kit would allow detection of the corona virus within approximately twenty five minutes and so we return to the words of Carla Juri golden we don't want people to panic they already are and there's no need the advice is to avoid people or coughing or sneezing and wash your hands frequently this is all good advice and most people who follow these suggestions will avoid becoming contaminated panic only leads to a lack of clarity and in this particular time we all need a great sense of

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

11:02 min | 9 months ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Worked with China for so many years has been really inch by inch opening moving forward and end spins such a a good thing so to me it makes me sad to see a sense of reversal of some of those policies. And that progress. And you know we're just about how can we keep things moving forward all right. Let's end on a little personal personal a little bit of motherhood and also before we move onto that I I did. Have we have thought about. What do you make of renting fashion? Yeah Yeah you part of that Does it hurt the business. Could it helps the business. I think I think it's a it's good for certain things you know I think for you know maybe occasion kind of dressing. I think that there's meaning to that when people buy an outfit. Just for one event Personally I prefer to by the thing I'm GonNa live in love like I was talking about that perfect black cashmere sweater. Or you know that you know just that new turtleneck that I just love. I've gotTa have you know that one and I prefer an unjust wear the same thing day after day after day. So I didn't really care about renting or you know personally in terms of my my daily close or what. I think we're trying to do. I don't I don't think it exactly fits well but I think it's a good idea for certain kinds of companies. Okay back to to sort of the beginning of where we started but instead of your parents you as a parent. Yes you have struggled like I do all do mom guilt. Oh God it's endless isn't ten but you did have some advice. I heard you give that. I'm not trying to do about when you go home. ooh Yes gooding we should do. Oh yes just put everything down deal with your kids you know and just you know give them the the first twenty minutes that your home and just like ignore everything. Don't even change your clothes. You can help it you know. Maybe maybe if that makes more comfortable you can change your close. But I don't have to change my because I aww comfortable clothes but but Yeah and I think to put down the work and And that's what I didn't do when my kids were young. I would you you work too much. I worked too much. I would bring the reports home or you know studied things. Think about things you know. Do you regret it. I do I do. I am what I try to say. Is he where you are. You know like when I'm at work I try not to worry about my kids so sometimes I I would take it call. Of course course if you know if one of them calls me and I'm at work I take the call you know or something important is happening with my kids. I always too. So they're always my priority But when at home you know try to try to you know. Stay with them and let go all of the work and that's hard. We try to do no emails on the weekends. I agree. It's really hard. You can do it. People people wait you. Yeah just make the people who are sending the e-mails guilty instead of the people who aren't responding like Monday morning. Why didn't respond to my email? Wait a minute why did you send me an email on on that we go no parental leave. Oh yes I suppose you didn't really get maternity leave because you were building our company unless you gave it to you I i. I moved my work into my home do you does. Eileen fishers accompany give MOMS and DADS parental leave paid parental leave. We do we have a twelve week policy for for the primary caregiver and three weeks for the non primary caregiver. Have you thought about upping that for the for the non-primary which is often the dad. But I it's just having two babies. He was very primary in my experience. You have you thought about increasing You know it hasn't hasn't come up. I think we you know we're we're like a meatless women's not then it's not gonNA fight. You know I'm sure that you know no you know everything's everything could be a discussion. It's evolving and changing a lot the last few years And and then employee benefits I remember having Jen Hyman on the PODCASTS. who started rent the runway and Right after she wrote this op Ed in the New York Times about how she had realized is that as a company a few years ago they were not giving their factory. Worker warehouse workers the same benefits that corporate like headquarters. We're getting right. What are are your thoughts on that? Is that our benefits equally shared across the company. Yes yes because many companies. They're not I didn't know that didn't even even occur to me. Many companies that have contractors for example. Or you know warehouse. Employees would get different benefits so our warehouse employees poisoned our Our retail employees and our corporate. You know employs all get the same benefits who doesn't get the benefits are are our our our sewing factories. They get different. You know their their their own separately owned so we don't control their benefits but we work to support them. In a lot of ways you have raised your voice on some social issues political issues climate change in the US pulled out of the Paris. Climate Ford Abortion. You've spoken up about abortion rights. Yes as someone who is uncomfortable. Yeah speaking out and being in in the spotlight and as a leader of a company that employs people that have all different political views. Right how do you think about that and when to use your voice yeah brand. Yeah well I think I think we're actually a platform. I think it's really really important for businesses to you know to speak to certain issues It's a in a in a different time. You would think that government would be holding those kinds of things but it's a different time right now. So it's it's sort of requiring us to step up more In terms of both environment and women's rights you you know where a women's company so you know it's like the women inside demand that we stand up for certain kinds of things and and and you know sustainability environment. It's just an issue that so deeply in in our core that it's just so natural you say the women demand that we stand up and speak about things. Did your employees. He's come to you and say please use your voice. Yes yes yes. Yes on abortion and climate change. Well we think of it in general role as you know. All women's rights supporting women's choices supporting You know environment you know the environment and you know Yes and our employees are very They're very Passionate about it and we also try to be really careful because we you know respect that different people have different points of view on different things and you know like with the issue channel. We don't want to be a divider you know. We want to be a healer. WanNa help we want to bring progress and bring people together so so you know so. We're very careful. In how how we use our voice you clearly have no intention of retiring hiring or any plan. I have read that you said when I totally true in your time I will. When I'm ready I feel? I'll say what does that mean. Actually what that means. And I've been trying to articulate. That is that I feel like I've been holding this idea. The came to me that I have a responsibility for almost like my first child. You know and you know when I feel that. I'm able to fully articulate this idea and the idea is being shepherded into the future and so right now. I'm working hard on. What's the structure that supports this idea? You know where the people who will hold this idea into the next generation. So that's the work I'm doing. I'm trying to step out of the center of it in that way and hold it in a bigger way. So who is your dream woman to dress. Oh Michelle Obama. Have you know. Well you should write a letter. Yeah or you know what I also think that I I address every woman. It's something very like ordinary or something to me too so I don't have big dreams of celebrities. To tell the the truth I mean Michelle. Obama blows my mind but she's a letter. Yeah I never know yeah. WHO's your hero? My hero well. We have Ruth Bader GINSBURG. We have You Know I. I was impressed with Hillary. I'm still struggle. Hillary Clinton and all of that said had My Hero Michelle Obama's a hero Let's see Those are those are three heroes. They're good here of yeah legacy do you think about it. Yeah well well do I think about it Yeah I I don't know I hope to I hope to I. Hope that this company You know stands for good and can keep that good things all the good that we're doing trying to move on and even though bears your name outlive. I live the name outlive even the name. I don't care about the name I never even wanted it to be called really. I know I just want the concept and and the idea To to live on one thing I ask almost everyone we have on at the end. Is this what. What do you want your children to say about one day Oh You know my daughter said I gave a little talk the other day and my daughter said mom you're competent and wise was like I practically started crying because I first of all I never think of myself as confident and why is well. That's to hear her say that I was like wow. I don't have to wait till I died to say the head so I'm like Oh God. That's very touching thank you. It's a pleasure to meet you after all these years. So thank you take that with my pleasure. Thanks so much for tuning into this episode of boss files. I would love to hear your thoughts on this week's episode and people you want to hear from so leave a review and follow me on social media at Poppy Harlow C._N._N...

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"It's poppy Harlow in this week's episode of boss files and exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar Pichai, his remarkable story growing up in India with little access to technology to landing the top job at Google job. He'd never raised his hand for for the first time Google response to news of a possible anti-trust investigation of the company and lawmakers calls to break up big tax, plus his pledge to do more to curb the spread of disinformation, and he on YouTube. We sat down with him at Google data center in Pryor, Oklahoma. Or the company is adding hundreds of jobs, as it invests across the midwest subscribed to boss files today, and listen to our exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar pichai. Well, the Trump administration doesn't believe there's a global climate crisis today agricultural secretary, Sonny Perdue appeared on CNN saying, it's just whether patterns that change, adding by way of, example, that quote it rained yesterday. It's a nice pretty day today on Monday. Politico reported produce department intentionally does not publicize studies showing the dangers of climate change, and there's vice president Pence on Sunday. He was unable or unwilling to answer. A pretty simple question from CNN Jake tapper. So you don't think it's a threat. That's all I'm saying. You don't think it's a fi think we're making great progress reducing carbon emissions American has the cleanest air and water in the world will continue to us forces. We don't have the cleanest water in the world. I We don't. don't. To get back to.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Hi everyone. It's poppy Harlow in this week's episode of boss files and exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar Pichai, his remarkable story growing up in India with little access to technology to landing the top job as Google job. He'd never raised his hand for for the first time Google response to news of a possible anti-trust investigation of the company and lawmakers calls to break up big tax, plus his pledge to do more to curb the spread of disinformation, and he on YouTube. We sat down with him at Google data center in Pryor, Oklahoma. Or the company is adding hundreds of jobs, as it invests across the midwest subscribed to boss files today, and listen to our exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar chai. President Trump appears to be backing.

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Democrat Amy Klobuchar outlines how to run against Trump in 2020

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Democrat Amy Klobuchar outlines how to run against Trump in 2020

"Democratic candidate is speaking out about plans with the twenty twenty race. USA radio's Rick Vincent has more on the story democratic presidential candidate and democratic Senator Amy klobuchar talked to CNN about how to run against President Trump, you have to run against him head on of course. But you also have to don't go down every single rabbit hole with him because if you lose track of your own optimistic economic agenda, then the voters who want to know what your four and not just what you're against. They don't get a fair shake and one of the things he tries to do is to sidetrack people into what he's talking about that day Cobra show has been dogged by allegations that she mistreated her Senate staff, she told poppy Harlow bet toughness would be acid on the world stage

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California, Europe and America discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:59 min | 2 years ago

California, Europe and America discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Representation on boards. We've seen, you know what's happening in California right now. Some state the state legislature has passed pass legislation that would if it is signed into law, mandate gender quotas on board. I think it would be one at least one woman on the board of publicly traded company. We've seen some countries in Europe attack this through quotas and through mandating to have female representation on boards. What do you think of that? Is that the way we need to address it or corporate America just do it. Well, I would wish for the just do it. I understand why there's these ideas of than we, you know, because we're not making enough progress, let's put a involved. Yeah, and that's the concern I always have with those situations. Yep. Is now you're there? I wanna be judged for the capability. I have. Right. So now you there, do you have this view that I, I was given this position because, or is was, oh, had this position because I was the one woman that they want. I don't think any of us wants that to good point. I don't think any of us wants that. I think that the intention is right that they're saying we need to be pretty intentional and deliberate about making sure we'd make some progress here. We're not making quick enough progress. I'm not sure with that as the mechanism. I think what I would respond best to in where we've moved diversity from twenty two percent, for instance to forty four percent women in company in in in certainly in the areas that I started in this pipeline operating side. When I started teaching fighting officers, twenty two percent. Women, we've got to be forty, four percent women, and by the way, it's not enough to have them start as I've got this many managers, it's what's the pipeline. And so we're very deliberate about that, but but the reason that that occurred was not because I was there, it was because what I insisted on was a diverse slate. That's what I want. I wanted to verse late and then I want the best candidate to be selected male, female minority, whatever because that's what we want. And I think everybody simply wants to have the

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In the end what will have told you misty and in the end i don't mean of your life i mean this career or the net beginning of the next chapter what will have told you i succeeded i already feel that i feel like the impact that i see on communities like i grew up in the the diversity i see in the audience at the ballet that's what i'm here for i think that's my purpose to bring people in to make them feel that they belong sue to give a future to young minority dancers that never saw this as a possibility for them to me that that is success and it's happening and if i had to stop tomorrow i would be so fulfilled and happy with my life and my career that's a pretty wonderful place to be at we see copeland thank you for this and say what you've done show many thank you so much for listening to this episode of boss files if you're a new fan of the show please go to apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app and subscribe while you're there leave us a review and let us know how we're doing follow me poppy harlow cnn hey before you go we wanted to let you know that we just launched the ability for anyone to advertise on cnn podcasts you're just a few clicks away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before advertise for a business event or kick off and awareness campaign for your brand start today at pure winning dot com slash cnn integrating podcast into your marketing mix has never been easier go to pure winning dot com slash cnn to get started.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by cleveland clinic educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for facts and information on how to keep your heart ticking turn to the number one care team in the nation and visit cleveland clinic dot org slash love your heart in this episode of boss files really feel much more present i'm really present in what i'm doing i mean i'm really present with you here i'm not thinking what am i doing next fax thing me arianna huffington the founder of the huffington post undergoes a huge personal transformation one of the most influential women in media today she defines herself as a wellness guru and is so called sleep evangelists she's on a mission to mend a cultural burnt as the founder thrive global covered america shifting is always you know companies that i had of the curve but everybody's recognizing that if you don't take your employees it's going to affect the bottom line why she argues we need to disconnect in a connected world plus the future of uber she's been coined the company's most influential board member so how is she helping rebuild the company's culture following sexual harassment with a new ver numerous lawsuits and lead herships shakeups or answer no brilliant jerks allowed here's my conversation with arianna huffington arianna huffington thank you for doing this thank you so much it's great to be with you it's a pleasure to have you there is so much to get through and let's just begin with the different chapters in your life there have been so many i've interviewed you over the year i know there are many more to come but your current chapter if you will is about thriving it's about living while so i wonder as we sit here today how do you define success for yourself in this moment so for me sex news about exceleron getting a culture shift that's already happening who are we don't believe any longer under this delusion that in order to succeed we have to burn out.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Audiobooks are great for helping you be a better you and we are excited that the people at audible our fans of boss files with poppy harlow and that they're offering a free audio book with a thirty day free trial just go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash 500 and browse their unmatched selection of audio contact download a title free and start listening it's that easy audible as a giant selection of audio books original audio shows news comedy and more from the leading audio book publishers broadcasters entertainers magazine a newspaper publishers and business information providers to choose from i've been getting a great education listening to any dukes thinking in bat's making smart decisions when you don't have all the facts it's a fascinating look at how she applied life in business lessons from playing professional poker it makes me want to become a better poker player too unlike a streaming a rental service with audible you own your books yours to keep with audible you can go back and realism any time even if you cancel your membership to get a free audio book with a thirty day free trial go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to five hundred five hundred that's eight u d i b l e dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash five hundred hiring every business needs great people and a better way to find them something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it ziprecruiter knew there is a smarter way so they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for eu ziprecruiter learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job in fact eighty percent of employers who post jobs on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day and ziprecruiter doesn't stop there they even spotlight the strongest applications you receive so you never miss a great match the right candidates are out there ziprecruiter's how you find them businesses of all sizes trust ziprecruiter for their hiring needs right now my listeners can try ziprecruiter for free that's right free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash poppy that's ziprecruitercom poppy ziprecruitercom poppy ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Thanks to audible for supporting boss files with poppy harlow for free audio book with a thirty day free trial go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash 500 boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by cleveland clinic educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for faxon information on how to keep your heart digging turned to the number one hard care team in the nation and visit cleveland clinic dot org slash love your heart in this episode of boss files were building ecosystem for women to co create the first few team at massive company really to the biggest he kept me if this next century she's been called one of the beauty industry's biggest disrupt cares emily white founder and ceo of glass yang formerly at vote she attracted a huge following hugh her blog into the loss he started talking directly to consumers and calls them her cocreator how she's taking on legacy beauty spite building what she calls and more personalized experience not one built on celebrity endorsements our core value that we that really permeates everything we do and i think that our our community would echo back to us is how inclusive bossi is and beauty historically and in many ways fashions been built around exclusivity also why she says it's anti feminist to judge how much makeup up woman should or should wear plus why she calls tower a loaded word here's my conversation with glossy and lee weiss and luyce thank you for repair thank you for having did the founder and ceo of boissier uh but for people that might not be as familiar with the company as i am and others are how do you define the company and your role today.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Audio book with a thirty day free trial go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to five hundred five hundred that's eight u d i b l e dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash 500 in need of great talent for your business but short on time you don't have to get lost in the huge stack of resumes to find your perfect tire you just need the right tools smarter tools it can be challenging finding great talent to make your business successful ziprecruiter post your job to over one hundred of the webs leading job boards would just one click then ziprecruiter actively look for the most qualified candidates and invite them to apply no wonder eighty percent of employers who posed on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire find out today why ziprecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results and right now listeners can post jobs on recruiter for free that's right free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash poppy that's ziprecruiter dot com slash poppy one more time to try it for free go to ziprecruitercomgohire boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by cleveland clinic educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for faxon information on how to keep your heart digging turned to the number one hard care team in the nation and visit cleveland clinic dot org slash love your heart in your career coming up you've sack i didn't have mentor as i had bosses and you speak specifically about a former boss elizabeth cook who had a profound impact on eu right what did she say what did she do well showing up was half of it i mean remember at i wasn't hippies though i arrived in the office with clouds and a mexican wedding dress wasn't exactly i promise to to people you're not wearing that now not exactly.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Unity a bereavement leave that is is longer than most a minimum wage of fifteen dollars i mean very basic things that you say okay now now when we ask you to be an ambassador to the company you feel good about the company and good training programs so same social contract with your customers transparency and the products you offer more capital to women so we've been very good at being able to get loans to women at a earlier stage to help stand up businesses environmental uh rather than talk about uh philosophy or public policy which i do like to talk about i nonetheless we are very focused on making it a business so not proselytizing but rather one hundred twenty five billion dollars worth of business that will make money those are really important things but i don't know if they don't if they can happen is easily if you don't sit and say since we're going to take this all on let's take it all on let's look at all of it in brian is a contemporary leader forty percent of the management team are women thirty percent of the board that makes a difference if you look like the the communities in constituencies you're you're serving not all white men more from my interview with bank of america's and finucane after the break audio books are great for helping you be a better you and we are excited the people at audible or fans of boss files with poppy harlow and that they're offering a free audio book with a thirty day free trial just go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash 500 and browse their unmatched selection of audio contact download a title free and start listening it's that easy audible as a giant selection of audio books original audio shows news comedy and more from the leading audio book publishers broadcasters entertainers magazine a newspaper publishers and business information providers to choose from i've been getting a great education listening to any dukes thinking in bat's making smarter decisions when you don't have all the facts it's a fascinating look at how she applied life in business lessons from playing professional poker it makes me want to become a better poker player too unlike a streaming a.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Thanks to audible for supporting boss files with poppy harlow for free audio book with a thirty day free trial go to audible dot com slash poppy or tax poppy to 500 dash 500 boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by cleveland clinic educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for faxon information on how to keep your heart digging turned to the number one hard care team in the nation and visit cleveland clinic dot org slash love your heart in this episode a boss silence brisbane dave do struggle out of the financial crisis today it's a manner of being able to breathe life into what i think is a very good strategy in that is this whole concept of responsible growth and finucane vicechairman at bank of america a selfdescribed hippie who never thought she'd end up as a banker so why did she in her words she needed a job today she's known as the woman who helped rebuild bank of america's reputation following the financial crisis when you have and near death experience you have to make a decision tie as an individual as a person as a as a company what are you gonna do with that they're going to take advantage of it or are you going to bring the trade at wish it away in our case we took advantage of it and we just laid it all out in the table what could we do better why she argues that there had been more women and minorities at the top of the big banks crisis would not have been so severe today she's committed to ensuring diversity at the top plus as a mother of four she says she pedalled back in her career and watch for colleagues fly by her as she raced her family that was difficult she admits i sat down with and for new can at fortunes most powerful women summit and for new can thank you for being here thank you for had every shade it you are by far one of the most powerful not just women people in banking period your role it be a.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Bid movies okay if istan corrected apart voted movies i see them through it i didn't know that oprah have become such a hollywood mogul i didn't know that oprah's name gets mentioned with the with spielberg and ridley scott and harvey weinstein all the big producers i i've learned of it was what else we have it remembered but all let little brian stelter cnn he's the media critic media analysts cnn and this morning on cnn poppy harlow uh one of the info babes at sea and it was speaking with reliable sources host brian stelter talking about media mogul oprah w and cecil b demille award winner lifetime achievement award winner cecil b demille award winner oprah winfrey and her speech to the golden globes last night poppy harlow said bryan this is your reporting on what twenty twenty could look life now that's that's this is what your reporting on twitter could look like that was the question here's what little brian said according to two of for close friends at she is actively thinking about running for president in two thousand twenty and it doesn't mean she's made up her mind until g has not made up her mind she is being urged by her inner circle to really take this seriously to really consider running for president in fact i was one of these sources describe the conversation with oprah where were they were trying to urge her to go ahead and think about running laying out the case for an oprah winfrey presidency the headline is that these close friend say they've been urging her to run for months and she is actively thinking about what okay so we're on the heels or the left hates as a celebrity president they want to answer with their own celebrity uh arafat friends are urging her to think about it laying out the case for an oprah winfrey present she she is making that she hasn't made up her mind.

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"poppy harlow" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"poppy harlow" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Email a revelation of course move said this before but there are there are always revelations it's always bat of breaking story as matter of fact of also said this war and i'm going to remind you electra now work like cnn which is really this is really not journalism anymore cnn is really propaganda now uh there are two all of the left and that's all they are uh anna and i don't want to digress too much but i'm watching cnn today and i'm watching a republican congressman try to explain some of the of the parts of this story of working with foreign governments to try to get intelligence on an opponent of the parts of this story that are being left out and we're gonna you know we're we're going to get into that here in just a minute but the reporter who was poppy harlow would absolutely not let is congressman explain this she was so scared to death that this guy was going to tell the other side of this story and it and it's just envelope able to me that these people have such an apparent thinlyveiled agenda and it's not even veiled anymore i mean it's actually blooding apparently it should be to everybody that these people are propagandists now there this is not media this is not journalism this is not providing information to the people of this country uh this is not about that timehonored a dignified craft of the of journalism this is about propaganda now uh they have been i think officially coopted by the liberal left cnn and i think the washington post and the new york times and msnbc and some of the other networks are not far behind but cnn is laughable they have turned into a joke as far as i'm concerned but anyway that these people are in full attack mode now that these emails of come out and of course the rhetoric is in the line is this proves that there is collusion because obviously donald trump jr lied there too he colluded with the russians no harm hillary this is what these emails prove anti committed treason by working with an enemy state this is what's been stated also andy no doubt he absolutely no doubt in their mind told his father uh.

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