14 Burst results for "Poro Shaneco"
"poro shaneco" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Portion go federal. Joe joe editor good to hear. Thank you very much. Indeed you are kinda. Give me the most important moment of history of my country. You are like my guardian angel. Another thing i wanted to mention to you is that when last we spoke you asked if i could find a ukrainian american prosecutor no justice department that come over and help your new prosecutor general nine. No you know we found identified. Such a person he'll be there by by mid july and and i hope that portends that you're going to be able to continue to do what you've been doing cleaning up that office and and continue to reform where the You know the new prosecutor general. So far is team is it is it. We're we're impressed. A looking forward to continuing to to work You know intensive dialogue here with you guys so It sounds like things are on track are they. I look in this very difficult condition. I can say that. I fully satisfied with his first steps. Here return the thrust to the general prosecutor's office as far as i understand. He will demonstrate the first appointment of the deputy prosecutors several and nobody would be from inside the general prosecutor's everybody would be very famous activists k. There's there's him picking out a prosecutor right. And so this is what they wanna do is Control the government and so petro porsche. Anco is basically saying to joe biden. Get the right guy and we'll set up the prosecutor's office the way you want. and so. that's what they did now Of course all of this. That's coming to poro shaneco for shangqiu gets to be president porsche. Aggregates to live in the presidential palace gets secret police. He gets all kinds of stuff right. He's got to give something for that doesn't he. I mean poor. Shangqiu doesn't get all that without some giveback right so there was some giveback and the giveback was in the form of a thing called the black ledger. Have you guys heard game. Paul manafort just got pardoned. The black ledger was released by poro. Shinko here he is admitting it. We release the The body documents from the former legions. Then what are the key adviser for the replayed again. We released just a joe. We released the voted documents from the former agents pocket as the stand while the key adviser for the mr pot hole. Monifa resigned today. Think he'd gone back to russia. I don't know. I think this was a bad idea to take the adviser to the top teeth. I think so too but there's a lot of bad decisions he's making right. I'll talk to you begin week. All right thank you very much under. But let me know about after meeting with of the lodging bomber and i can share the information to better than mainly. We can do tomorrow with after you whenever you believe it. Just let me know about that..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"How are you this morning? Dr Paul Good. We're going to revisit a little thing. That went on here for months. After months and his military to Ukraine state would have settled all that and the Russia. Gay things behind it. I'm not so sure that we're getting involved in Russia gate again but their stuff in the news about Ukraine and getting more military aid. But before we go into that I might just Mentioned that This subject might not be as interesting to some of the viewers are two general. Public viewers are always interesting but in general public. You know viruses. That's the whole thing you know. Who's telling the truth about how dangerous this is? That's a big deal and also the stock market and the combination and the challenge between A lot of Austrian economists might matter of fact if you're an Austrian. Economists said the bubbles been there for a long time the boat will burst. And now they're saying well. The virus did virus. Did it which gets some people off the hook The Fed gets the Fed. Gets OFF THE HOOK? The president may off the hook for all the spending and things going on there Nine now we have this little bit of distraction but you know when I saw the announcement that they were getting ready to send more weaponry to Ukraine. My my thought was We'll you know when things get tough at home. I think Clinton had had a few episodes where tough with mom on Mojo Lewinsky. They said they had a bawling right. I don't think hopefully trump's better than that but you keep thinking Sometimes things are beyond his control of other people will stir up trouble. Are they trying to stir up trouble for distraction and this sort of thing Maybe but I don't think the big deal. I think this is sort of the usual stuff the usual process of foreign aid. And just think of all that all that Russia gate was over a process of how you give foreign aid in within a quid pro quo. Is there an advantage to? Is it politicized like no? It's not politicize but here here. We go again and they don't talk about. What are we giving all this money away for it when we look at this and I'm sure you'll be able to help us understand is if the congress lined up to two hundred and fifty million dollar has nothing to do with the security of this country has to do with your neighbors they used to have your Washington whose military industrial complex people because the money just goes over their bank bank account and they get rid of surprise some junk. They didn't want and they get some credit so so anyway. That's still around the pro- the problem foreign aid is going to last for a long time But nobody knows what will come. And I know the the other problems are gonNA exist for awhile because Corona viruses and going to go away overnight. Maybe the truth will come out some day on how how how threatening it is and how serious it is as well as You know the financial bubble burge staying in the stock market. That is going to be tougher because people aren't conditioned to understanding the business cycle so we have a long way to go there to explain to the People. Exactly why a certain group of people in this country certain types of economists knew about it new job as the bubble was building in new it would burst and quite frankly. I don't think it had anything to do. With Corona virus. It may have been lighting the fire or something but Bubba will people should ask. Why was there a bubble and and what was was it related to or does the concern over Corona Virus. Create the bubble. No the bubble has been there and it was looking for an excuse to collapse. And I think that's GonNa be around for a while but the full explanation and understanding. Unfortunately we have a way to go before the people understand that or you know who else is looking for an excuse. It's always the masters of the universe you know. I'm sure you saw this article linked on the top of drudge report. Imf chief economist urges targeted policies to stem the economic harm of the corona viruses. They love the concentrate power. When there's a crisis like this and this Chief Economist Gita goping off says that we need to have more cash. Transfers wage subsidies central banks should be prepared to provide liquidity. Do we know. Isn't that what the feds been doing for a long time ever since nineteen thirteen in some way? Now that's a that's a mass up for sure. But this one hundred twenty five million dollars worth of a weaponry going to Ukraine and it has to do with with some radar and has also do with with vessels that travel in shallow water and it could be and very well involve Russia matter of fact it does because you Ukrainians split half of them like Russia half of them hate Russia but there's a sea of as of that is nearby there and there's been a bit of a skirmish over there but these vessels specifically would deal with the Sea of Azov because that's where the conflict with Russia occurred and I think that's related and actually we have a map that we can even bring up to to show what we're talking about. But here's the Kerch Strait and that's actually where the incident occurred in November. Two Thousand Eighteen Ukraine sent two gunboats and and a tugboat kind of a provocation. It was just a few months. After the Russians completed the bridge over the strait which connected Crimea with mainland Russia as we remember Crimea was savagely stripped from Ukraine by the evil Putin after the US coup. But but more seriously so there was this incident the the the Russians did stop the Ukrainians from going under there poorer. Shampoo was president at the time. Used the incident to impose martial law for thirty days. But what a lot of people speculated this was at the end of November they are elections in March of Twenty Nineteen Poro Shaneco was incredibly unpopular. And so the speculation that he wants to make himself look bigger than he was by imposing martial law and looking like he was gonNA take the big question is now the transfer of these mark six patrol boats over to Ukraine as part of this one hundred twenty five million dollars in free money What kind of changing the Calculus might that have? you know if there's another event. Mit Embolden Ukrainians to do another provocation. But I think we can say with conviction. That had what we're doing there. Now there's two hundred and fifty million dollars. We're committed to add to what we've already given. Ukraine has nothing to do with our national security and I see Ukraine. Become very dependent. I guess they get foreign aid from other people to that. But he's a ninety percent of their foreign aid which is probably a big hunk of their economy. comes from the United States for the United States. Who's that is that the Federal Reserve now? Eventually it's always from the people you know they take the money. And and this is why the social ser- so absurd in not understanding the S. Because no matter what is what it is for free not ever realizing that when you take it from people whether it's direct taxation or whether it's through deficit financing or purnea money is it's a challenge to the middle class and they're right when they're complaining about the middle class but they're wrong in finding out. What the explanation is so? This type of activity doesn't provide national security. It doesn't have helped the financial security of the people in it really doesn't Provide a move toward peace and prosperity. I would think if the Russians in the Ukrainians would have to sort that out and might not satisfy around the world but But that's the way they fought over that place. How how long was You know the Russians and the Ukrainians during that Crimea has been more Russian has been Ukraine has zero the history. That is the big question. How does this money this one hundred twenty five million two hundred and fifty million? How does this make us safer? How does this help us? What does it do with us? Except for the elites and let's don't forget Joe Biden standing up there saying hey I got a billion dollars here poorer Shaneco but you gotta fire that. Guy Who is investigating my son or you. Don't get this dollars. I mean you think Americans when they were watching him give away our billion dollars. Oh that's great. We're so happy we're going to be so much safer now see. I don't think we'll be able to ever know the absolute truth the motivations of trump and everybody else on this but they should understand that this type of activity passing out tax payers money and picking size is always political and one of the conditions at trump mentioned. Of course that was part of his defense. Is that the law. Says you don't send the money if there's corruption I keep thinking that trump probably if he had been more upfront. Say you know there is corruption? Aaron I'M NOT GONNA give it to him but you know he's he doesn't back down very much but on this when he backed down and they quickly sent the money because the heat was on and the impeachment process was occurring but it It's a real shame. But the the problem and the argument whether it's legitimate or political or quid. Pro Quo is secondary to this principle. We just talked about and the principle of stealing from the American people in passing out to Benefit the military industrial complex and the deep state. Where THE REAL PROBLEM? And we should again mention this. This whole thing goes back really essentially too late twenty thirteen early twenty fourteen one. The Obama Administration got the bright idea. Hey let's do a coup in Ukraine. What could go wrong? You know and but here you talk about corruption. Here's an example of corruption it would have given all the justification trump needed to withhold. The money remember back in September of Twenty nineteen the. Us sent a couple of old coast guard cutters to Ukraine In that was hailed as signed support after this provocation encourage but the plans to send those coast guard ships to Ukraine. That wasn't trump's idea that was launched in two thousand fourteen under Obama to give him these ships and this was trump again just continuing vomits policy plus a why would it take him for years to get these ships well. One of the reasons is that Ukraine had its own shipbuilding company and they didn't want free American ships because they wanted a contract to build those ships. Well it was the only ship company in Ukraine. And Guess who owned it for a Shaneco? The president himself own the only ship bill. I don't want your free. Ships built an American tradition. Exactly so you know in a big backer of this ship. Transfer by the way was a former. Us Ambassador to Ukraine. Marie Ianovich who made an appearance at the impeachment hearings? Saying trump went against the interagency from point against the interagency. Corruption is spread widely. I think on this deal Dame Bay ever reminder about the executive branch of government overall you know these things can always go back to the type of foreign policy. We have you immediately. Were able to take this and Lincoln back to to Obama just like Syria Time for to go so it's it's a linkage as a continuation of is a foreign policy that I claim has been bipartisan. For a long time because they capitulate to the deep state that have a lot of special interests and It never seemed to change demagoguing and they'll try to get a political Benefit from it and when the dust settles the same. Same Old stuff that they we've been putting up with for a long time. You know I think. In the beginning we sort of talked about the problems financially going on now and also this incident and I think we you know one of these days and I've said this many times one of these days we're just going to run out of money and maybe we've reaching that point right now. The only thing that anybody wants is a ten year treasury bill and now it's like points seven percent paying its negative interest rates and. They're so many dollars they're just finding. What do we do with You can't find a box to put man. You don't have bills. You don't buy stocks anymore. We pumped up the stock market crash. So right now it's government securities and We think the government is insecure. I mean we have deficits of what twenty two trillion dollars. And what do we do? Print more money and run up the deficit higher. Spend more money and that will solve the problem and and just not like what you pointed out. The the international bodies are doing this to all governments. I think are central. Banks work hand in glove with other central banks. But we're just more powerful and And we're able to get away with a lot longer but the dollar has remained relatively strong. Except it's been weaker than it had been for a long time. It has has weakens so that's a sign of of things breaking down and we the fireworks haven't finished yet and I hope we don't have fireworks as a distraction because once once the troops are being fired on and troops are are are killed there. There's no there's no no chance to come up with a a a logical discourse people will just say Oh. You're you're an American if you're not ready to go to war is Russia Russia. Let's go get Russians..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Twenty election the United States this was in which is an investigation into whether Ukraine meddled in US election in two thousand sixteen The incumbent President Petro Poro Shaneco found himself in arm and his embrace of a very hard line form of Ukrainian nationalism which he ran on maybe even backing from the United States maybe he wanted an endorsement from president trump before the election the Ukraine gets a new president Volodimir 's Alinsky an interesting character he's in comedy shows which are called the Club of the the Mary and the inventive do and he was very successful as a teenager and then as a young adult playing movies and TV shows in maybe two thousand fifteen not sure exactly after the revolution had not in fact reform that the same trends of corruption were a sort of naive every man version of of Ukraine's president before he became exactly that now at this point it looks a little bit less interesting and curious and more like pain were also included in late show but that's exactly what happened he continue campaign material right that's right and his political party is is called Servant of a message about what it means to be Ukrainian the previous president had promoted a an idea ski had a different view of what Ukrainian means a an understanding of Ukrainian in the current the identity so that you could be russian-speaking as Linski himself was you can be Jewish you can be Hungarian already the servant of the people put on its party list the first black Ukrainian who won he did he he won in a landslide with more than he is popular and why was he popular in Russian speaking had the language they spoke was was mush and that they should become Ukrainian in the sense of speaking well you'd and this was a message which even Ukrainians in western Ukraine appreciated politics and battles corruption right in promises to to bring a new era of clean the diplomatic community and Kievan analysts are are looking closely that question and dramatic question which is hanging over this Linski ministration now is his relationship with a an oligarchy Calm whiskey had been in exile until the election he just recently returned to Ukraine its latest aid package so in domestic politics the class in particular somebody deemed his patron or whether it won't be so much reporter for the New York Times based in Moscow after a break he'll tell us more about Ukraine's and says is making excellent Honky tonk music and Justin Chang will review Martin Scorsese's new can earn five percent back at Walmart on line two percent at Walmart in store restaurants and travel we're listening to the interview Davies recorded with near Times reporter Andrew Kramer have when they left off there were talking about Ukraine's new president felow de Mares the White House trump of course was a reality show post although he had a business he's forty one years old there's a distinction here in Ukraine which is that this is a country not nearly as light hearted as he was as.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Five WSB. They had given. Here's the thing, Hillary Clinton, didn't wait for some foreign entity to come to her and say, I have Otto they sought it out. That is indisputable fact that they've even admitted to. They worked with Ukraine to boost her campaign. They went after Manafort. How do you think all the Manafort, Ukraine ties came out because of that because of that association. That's how it came out. A lot of that information was privileged. That's how it came out, because they worked with her giving her up. Oh, hoping to hoping to boost her campaign, not only that, and I made this point on Twitter earlier. That's indisputable. And this as it relates to what Pelosi was saying. This no one has asked any of the Democrats about their party hiring a Kremlin lobbying firm. And yes, anyone who tries to argue that fusion GPS, which was in violation of the foreign agents registration act, because they were literally lobbying against the Magnitsky act on behalf of Russian oligarchs, and they were working with the Kremlin. It's widely reported while they were also working with a foreign spy who sources were all from the Kremlin, by the way. And they paid them the Clinton campaign and the DNC to undermine an election. Ain't nobody gonna ask questions about that he mentioned Ukraine because it opens all that up. But not only that. He talked about Ukraine. For another reason I listened to his remarks here. But when somebody comes up with up research, right, they come up with upper research, oh, let's call the SPCA tippy doesn't have enough agents to take care of it. But you go and talk, honestly to congressmen, they all do it. They always have. And that's the way it is, is called up a research. So let's get back to George tonight, Georgia's it's very clear. Well, there was a part in there where he mentioned Ukraine. The other the other reason why it was mentioned because Joe Biden has a nightmare on his hands with regards to conflict of interest, as it concerns, Ukraine. Because when he left office, this is two years after he Trump was elected he decided he was going to brag to people. This is from the hill, April twenty nine thousand nine says Joe Biden couldn't resist the temptation last year to brag to an audience of foreign policy specialist about the time as vice president that he strong armed Ukraine into fire in its top prosecutor and his own words with video cameras, rolling Biden describe how he threatened Ukrainian. President petro Poro shaneco, and March twenty sixteen that the Obama administration would pull a one would pull one billion dollars in loan guarantees sinned in the former Soviet Republic towards insolvency, if it didn't immediately fire prosecutor General Viktor Shokhin. He says, quote, you're not getting the building building billion. I said, I'm going to be leaving here. And I think it was about six hours. I looked at him and said, I'm leaving in six hours, if the prosecutors not fired or not getting the money, well son of a bitch, he got fired, and they put in place, someone who solid at the time, that's what he said verbatim to told that he told us to the council of foreign relations. Event. Well, here's the big piece of information that's been left out. Well, the prosecutor, who was fired was leading a wide ranging corruption probe into the natural gas firm. Burris MMA, holdings on which hunter, Biden is a board member. US banking record show hunter Biden's American based firm Rosemont Seneca partners. LLC received regular transfers into one of its accounts. Six figures from that company for spring, twenty fourteen through fall twenty fifteen right? One VP Biden, was the main US official dealing with Ukraine, and it's tense relations with Russia and the official file for this investigation, which was shared with the press by Ukrainian officials shows prosecutors identified hunter, Biden business, partner, Devon, Archer, and their film Rosemont Seneca as a potential recipients of money. So Shokhin had made specific plans for the investigation. They were going to interrogate an investigate even hunter Biden as well. And that is the exact time that vice president, Joe Biden said that he was threatening Ukraine. So I think that they got trolled doubly. I think he later trapped to ensnare Biden further as the democrat primary continues. And as we've barrel towards the general election coming up Bernie Sanders says people who wanna pay more tax, the people want to pay more taxes. He says they're happy about it, Nancy Pelosi response to Trump's remarks were concerns op research and boy, are they a doozy? We have Florida man, and so much.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"My gosh. Did anybody else lose their lifelock night? Is it just me? Hey, did you guys did you leave my new best friend turned Bennington? Did you know him we're best friends, he doesn't know it, but we are. I know so I'm really I'm that was pretty epochal talk about that a little bit later on. Of course, we will. So the president gave an interview with ABC look, I was going to start with burning. I just decided to change my mind. I'm sorry, forever for the two people that I sent my run onto because here we go again, the president gave an interview with ABC. We was talking with, with George Stephanopoulos over at ABC, and everyone is super mad. Again, of course because the president was asked a question by Stephanopoulos with regards to would you with regard with regards to auto from foreign entities. And this, I don't I can't remember when the interview was actually predate. And I can't remember but the. Interview itself. And some of the audio from it was, it was quite interesting because it just determines whether or not you like Trumper hate Trump or what you think that was done by fusion GPS at cetera was legal or not. I think that's going to greatly shade your interpretation of those. You mean partisanship do, so he was asked whether or not he would accept any dirt on any of his political opponents. And he answered in a straightforward way. I thought audio somebody six this is the interview and then we're gonna talk about the freak outs that resulted juniors before the Senate intelligence committee today. And he was not charged with anything in retrospect, not only wasn't each. If you read it with all of the horrible, fake news. And I was reading that my son was going to go to jail, this, a good young man, that he was gonna go to jail, and then the report comes out and they didn't even say they adopted the FBI when he got that, okay. Let's put yourself in a position era. Congressman somebody comes up and says, hey I have information on your opponent. You cool the. I've seen a lot of things over I don't think in my whole life of a called the FBI in my whole life. I don't call the FBI throw somebody out of your office. You do. What gore got stolen briefing book called the FBI. Well, that's different is stolen breaching this, this is somebody that said we have information on your opponent. Oh, let me call the FBI. Give me a break lifeless directors which had happened. The FBI director is wrong, your campaign, this time out of foreigners. If Russia, China someone else offers information on it should be accepted. The call the FBI. I think maybe do both. I think you might wanna listen. I don't this nothing listening if somebody called from a country Norway, we have information on your opponent. I think I'd wanna hear you want that kind of interference in elections. It's not fair. It's they have information. I think I'd take it if I thought there was something wrong, maybe to the FBI, if I thought there was something wrong. But when somebody comes up with up research, right, they come up with a research. Let's call the FBI. The FBI doesn't have enough agents to take care of it. But you go and talk, honestly, congressmen, they all do it. They always have. And that's the way it is. It's called up a research. So here's you had to know that George Stephanopoulos, probably about. Yeah. Because he got the president. This is this is all going to talk about for the rest of the week, right? No. Nobody's gonna talk about anything else for the rest of the week. This is that and then Nancy Pelosi was all responded to it this morning. Which we will get to shortly by the way, because boy, so he first off, it's not illegal to accept anything of that nature. But I think I, I have two things on this two things on this because we have more don't we have more audio because he had he had also he was also talking about how, yeah, you know, I think it's, you know, it's not an interference that they have information, I think I take it, and then he is Ukraine as an example, which believe I may put in for that. But he used crane is an example, as well the way that he answered this question. And I know right now Stephanopoulos is like this. This is amazing. I, I'm dominating the next the, the entire new cycle with us, but they're getting trolled hardcore right now and I have a theory, I think first off the president. Does the best when the media's freaking out, that's when he does the best. The second thing is that he's he set. I think Stephanopoulos doesn't necessarily realize what he's walking into because one of the things that the president said he was they, they were discussing the situation with Norway Russia Ukraine, and the. Because the media just flipped out, and they went all over this, and the Trump and the president tweeted, quote, although he spelled everage, I think it was the whales, W LES, who cares. It is hysterical. It is absolutely hysterical. I wanna get to the figure. I mean, I laughed vigorous you. He tweets I meet, and talk to quote, unquote, foreign governments every day. I just met with the Queen England the prince of Wales the prime minister, the United Kingdom, prime minister viral and the president of France. The president of Poland, we talked about everything should I media. Call the FBI about these calls and meetings, how ridiculous I would never be trusted again with that being said my full answers rarely played by the fake news media. They purposely leave out the part that matters. And then he was talking to shift being an operative at cetera et cetera. And he gave the example if I got something from Ukraine, you know what I would? I take it. Now. Why do you think he brought that up? Let me just push that up and let me set that on the table. Why in the world out of all the examples you could have? Why would you do that? Why would you give that as an example, so curious? Why would you give that as an example? Could it be because the Clintons had worked with Ukraine to get up? Oh, and no one said a damn thing about it. No one said a damn thing. They actually worked to try to boost her presidential campaign. Here's a politico headline from January, eleventh, twenty seventeen Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire, Kiev officials are scrambling to make amends with the president-elect after quietly working to boost Clinton. They had given. Here's the thing Hillary Clinton. Didn't wait for some foreign entity to come to her and say, I have ofo they sought it out. That is indisputable fact that they've even admitted to. They worked with Ukraine to boost her campaign. They went after Manafort. How do you think all the Manafort, Ukraine ties came out because of that because of that association. That's how it came out. A lot of that information was privileged. That's how it came out, because they worked with her giving her up. Oh, hoping to hoping to boost our campaign, not only that, and I made this point on Twitter earlier, that's indisputable. And this as it relates to what Pelosi was saying. This no one has asked any of the Democrats about their party hiring a Kremlin lobbying firm. And yes, anyone who tries to argue that fusion GPS, which was in violation of the foreign agents registration act, because they were literally lobbying against the Magnitsky act on behalf of Russian oligarchs, and they were working with the Kremlin. It's widely reported while they were also working with a foreign spy who sources were all from the Kremlin, by the way. And they paid them the Clinton campaign and the DNC to undermine an election. Ain't nobody gonna ask questions about that he mentioned Ukraine because it opens all that up. But not only that. He talked about Ukraine. For another reason I listened to his remarks here. But when somebody comes up with up research, right, they come up with research, oh, let's call the SPCA doesn't have enough agents to take care of it. But you go and talk, honestly, congressmen, they all do it. They always have, and that's the way it is. It's called upo research. So let's get back to George tonight. George, it's very clear. Well, there was a part and they were mentioning frame, the other the other reason why it was mentioned because Joe Biden has a, a nightmare on his hands. With regards to conflict of interest as it concerns, Ukraine. Because when he left office, this is two years after he Trump was elected he decided he was going to brag to people. This is from the hill. April twenty nineteen says Joe Biden couldn't resist the temptation last year to brag to an audience, a foreign policy specialist about the time as vice president that he strong arm Ukraine into fire in its top prosecutor and his own words with video cameras rolling by describe how he threatened Ukrainian. President patriot Poro shaneco, and March twenty sixteen that the Obama administration would pull a one would pull one billion dollars in loan guarantees send in the former Soviet Republic towards insolvency, if it didn't immediately fire prosecutor General Viktor Shokhin. He says, quote, you're not getting the building building billion. I said, I'm going to be leaving here. And I think it was about six hours. I looked at him and said, I'm leaving in six hours of the prosecutors not fired or not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch, he got fired, and they put in place, someone who solid at the time, that's what he said, verbatim to told that he told us to the council of foreign relations. Event. Well, here's the big piece of information that's been left out. Well, the prosecutor, who was fired was leading a wide ranging corruption probe into the natural gas firm. Burris MMA, holdings on which hunter, Biden is a board member. US Bank in record show hunter Biden's American based firm Rosemont Seneca partners. LLC receive regular transfers into one of its accounts, six figures from that company for spring, twenty fourteenth or fall twenty fifteen right? One VP Biden, was the main US official dealing with Ukraine, and it's tense relations with Russia and the official file for this investigation, which was shared with the press by Ukrainian officials shows prosecutors identified hunter, Biden business, partner, Devon, Archer, and their film, rose months Neka as a potential recipients of money. So Shokhin had made specific plans for the investigation. They were going to interrogate an investigate even hunter Biden as well. And that is the exact time that ice president, Joe Biden said that he was threatening Ukraine. So I think that they got trolled Dudley. I think he laid a trap to ensnare Biden further as the democrat primary continues. And as we've barrel towards the general election coming up Bernie Sanders says people who. Wanna pay more tax? The people wanna pay more taxes. He says they're happy about it, Nancy Pelosi response to Trump's remarks where it concerns research. And boy, are they doozy. We have Florida man, and so.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Happy Monday to you hope your weekend was great happy Passover happy Easter so back to work. We go on this Monday. The twenty second day of April two thousand nineteen and oh, by the way. By the way. I love this story out of Ukraine. So did you hear about this comedian who walked into a bar? No. So he this guy named vol dimmer Celeski. Played a a he's a comedian. He played a role of a president who was elected without any experience. And he just got elected as president of Ukraine without any experience. He's he's a he's a performer. He's a showman. And he didn't win by like two or three points. He got seventy percent of the vote. He got more votes than than the number two guy who is the current president and the guy behind him. So he he absolutely mopped the floor with this election. It was the first presidential election without a clear pro Clem Kremlin candidate. So this guy had no formal campaign. He just promoted himself as a fresh face on the political scene. A very popular TV guy and. The guy who was president Poro shaneco was very unpopular and he's tied to corruption. And he said that zone ski his inexperienced would be a dream come true for Ladimir Putin. So. Can I ask you what is going on in the world? What is going on? Where people are are electing leaders who are not experienced politicians. There seems to be a global movement against establish politicians. So this is taboo thing. I don't know if you'll ever bring down the establishment. But it is. So here's this guy. I just love the fact that he played a he played a president who had no experience and he got elected without any experience. So I don't know what he's going to do. But this is this is more of Ukraine moving more and more toward the west. There was before, you know, Putin was trying to pull Ukraine back into the the old Soviet system and all of that. So. I don't know. I've never seen the guy before obviously the people of Ukraine knew he was. And they've taken a gamble. The role on the dice. So unless your cable system has Ukraine Ukrainian programming, you probably like me never heard of this guy before, but we'll be hearing more about him. One story. I saw said think of him as an eastern European version of Alec Baldwin. Apparently, he made fun of the current president mocked him goofed on them. So they said, okay. So we'll the folk could you imagine Alec Baldwin being elected president. Yikes. So anyway, I think it's it's I don't know what to make other than it's kind of funny. But it, but it's it's not funny. It's real. So let's talk about our current president. So over the weekend, more and more people have had to deal with you know, who's report, and they all the talking heads on the Sunday shows, we're talking about the Muller report and bought it said what it didn't say what it meant. What didn't mean? So I know Elizabeth Warren. Is desperate for attention. And it seems like every week or two she pops up with some new wild socialist idea. And I mean, she she's dying on the vine. That's all it is. She is absolutely died on the vine. So she came out this weekend. With while she posted tweets in which she argued in all she wants free college for everybody,.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now. But Christians celebrate Easter outside the burned out shell of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. CBS is Elaine Cobb is there there were motion scenes as tourists lined up for the replacement eastern mass following the fire at nuts with them. It's just so sad. Even seeing it like, they're, you know, she's very upsetting. It's really sad that we can go to to them because every time I compare his visiting. But there is good news. France's culture minister says the cathedral structure has been almost completely stabilized lane cove CBS news pass eight oh five at Boston's NewsRadio. Did you hear the one about a comedian becoming president? This is no joke, though, voters in Ukraine have made fantasy reality with the election of sitcom star Vladimir Zilenski this is a landslide victory over incumbent. President petro Poro shaneco Zilenski has no political experience zero but starred in a TV show as a teacher who became an accidental president more than a dozen travelers recovering this morning after getting sick on a flight to Boston all of the victims apparent food poisoning victims, the students and chaperons were part of a larger group that left Ecuador and we're traveling back home on an American Airlines flight connecting from Miami. These victims taken from Logan airport to Mass General for treatment. All of them expected to make a full recovery. Today the world celebrates the planet. It's Earth Day during times of increasing talk of climate change, ABC's, Mark Remillard explains. This year's focus is all about the animals so twenty-second has marked Earth Day since the nineteen seventies aimed at raising awareness about the effect. We have on our environment birthday dot org says one hundred ninety two countries now Mark the day, and it's the largest civic focus day.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of our students on trauma, what we are doing here in Philadelphia to support those needs Regina Jacobs who is with the national school boards association was heartened to learn about the push to deal with the social and emotional needs of students. Did we have more SRO's than we have counselors and psychologists in schools, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio other horse died this weekend at a southern California track plagued by just two days. After Santa Anita reopened following a nearly one month closure. Another horse suffered a fatal injury horses. Go down and they threw up the green curtains, and that was the accident took place during the sense Simeon stakes. Two horses. Went down one of them arms runner had to be euthanized. It's the twenty third death since late December this fans reaction. I don't know if it warrants a shutdown, but there is there is something that's missing Steve Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles early election results in Ukraine show residents of the former Soviet Republic favoring a comedian to leave the country really results in Ukraine's presidential election show, a comedian who plays a fictional president with no political experience. Maintaining a strong lead against incumbent. President petro Pora shaneco setting the stage for a runoff people are above all more important than political activity and ambitions early projection show of a lot of MIR's Alinsky earning. More than thirty percent of the vote while the incumbent president Porras shaneco was a distant second with neither candidate winning fifty percent. The election heads to a runoff, April twenty first despite trailing Poro shaneco hailed the results as a victory for Europe as neither candidate wants to move Ukraine toward Russian control. After Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in two thousand fourteen Scott, Carr, Washington government investigations opened the reports of hunters and key is catching fire National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it's fielded complaints involving more than thirty one hundred fires and about a hundred injuries. So the agency has granted demands. For more investigations for a consumer advocate, the non-profit center for auto safety the complaints. From consumers were about Meyers outside of crashes making almost three million vehicles suspect, including the Hyundai sonata and Santa Fe and the Kia. Optima Sorrento, and soul. Jane Johnson, Washington meat raffles. They were thing. It's not clear why. But Minnesotans gamble for meat across the state. They're frequent so-called meat raffles. If your number's called you in a box of meat, everything from Chuck rose to jerky to filet Mignon almost on meat raffles are done for charitable purposes. With a portion of the proceeds going to charity prison. Pita not being one of them. But what many organizations sell raffle tickets don't realize is. There are lots of state and federal laws on selling raffle tickets. I a raffle is considered gambling and therefore is illegal unless it's very charitable purpose..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Emotional needs of our students on trauma what we are doing here in Philadelphia to support. Those needs Virginia Jacobs who is with the national school boards association was hard to learn about the push to deal with the social and emotional needs of students. Did we have more SRO's than we have counselors and psychologists in schools, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Judge in Kentucky considering lawsuit involving your student do for fuses to get vaccinated eighteen year old Jerome Kunkle sued after the Kentucky state health department ordered him to stay away from his school. Our Lady of the assumption high school in Walton Kentucky during a chicken pox outbreak. He refused to get vaccinate derived from aborted fetal cells and. As a Catholic where we do not believe in abortion. We believe that's morally wrong. It would go against my conscience. The national Catholic bioethics center says the vaccine is acceptable since it doesn't actually contain aborted sells Shiva chrysalis CBS news. Another forest died over the weekend at a southern California track plagued by deaths in recent months, just two days. After Santa Anita reopened following a nearly one month closure. Another horse suffered a fatal injury horses. Go down and they threw up the green curtains, and that was the accident took place during the San Simeon stakes two horses went down one of them arms runner had to be euthanized. It's the twenty third death since late December this fans reaction warrants shutdown. But there is there something that's missing Steve Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles early election results in Ukraine show, citizens of that former Soviet Republic favoring a political novice the lead the country early results in Ukraine's presidential. Action show a comedian who plays a fictional president. With no political experience, maintaining a strongly against incumbent. President petro Pora shaneco setting the stage for a runoff people are above all more important than political activity and ambitions early projection show of a lot of MIR's Alinsky earning. More than thirty percent of the vote while the comeback. President Pora shaneco was a distant second with neither candidate winning fifty percent. The election heads to a runoff, April twenty first despite trailing Poro shaneco hailed the results as a victory for Europe as neither candidate wants to move Ukraine toward Russian control after Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in two thousand fourteen Scott Carr, Washington, elite got off to a bad start at the nation's airports. They computer problem causing big delays across most their line. The FAA state a system wide outages impacting several airlines causing delays from coast to coast during the heart of the morning. Rush, southwest delta and United seemed to be impacted the most south west. Said they tried to restart the disrupted system and it failed. American Airlines said the problem is with aero data. The company provides technical services to many US based airlines the company's literature says they support over twenty one thousand flights each day. It's the second major disruption in two weeks last week widespread computer outages caused delays across the country. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Some jaw dropping revelations were hearing from the USA today. Reporter who's new book is based on interviews with Barbara Bush before her debt the revelation about Barbara Bush is explosive in Susan pages. New book about the late first lady, he told me that she would find herself so depressed that she wanted to kill herself that she thought about plowing her car into a tree are into the path of an oncoming car. That was in the nineteen seventies some close to Bush speculate a suspected affair by her husband contributed to that. And the death of a daughter in one thousand nine hundred fifty three shaped her life for one thing our own relationship because she was distraught. One during Robin's illness. He was a strong one in the aftermath of their illness. That was a pattern that they repeated two decades that followed Steve Kafe and CBS news KYW medical report on could exclusively by independence. Blue Cross medical editor, Dr Brian mcdonagh a study from Florida Atlantic university. Schmidt college of that is found that in two thousand seventeen twenty four hundred sixty two school age children were killed by firearms in the United States to put this number in perspective during the same year a hundred and forty four police officers died in the line of duty. The researchers are calling shooting gets in children in academic and found that almost forty thousand people between the ages of five and eighteen were killed from gunshots between nineteen ninety nine in two thousand seventeen African Americans accounted for forty one percent, overall deaths and eighty six percent of all deaths were in boys. According to the American Academy of paediatrics deaths. Due to gunshot injury are the third leading cause of injury related deaths in the United States. Brian McDonough KYW NewsRadio just ahead. I'm Jim Roope. I think a lot of us are eager just to get started. A major step forward for a fire ravaged California town that's coming up. The next five minutes on KYW..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Goldstein says while viewers can explore such weighty matters as climate change Aleutian and poaching, it's not all gloom and doom. There's a Saturday morning film program. Just for families with a great film about elephant rescue. Also, something new and unique artistic director, Alexandra drawback. Dion says you can go on a journey to Africa without leaving the theater lobby. You can sit on a stool and have this helmet on and be immersed in sound and sight and feeling of being on the plains of northern Kenya. And seeing herds of animals coming towards you in running past you and turning around to see things in the skies and things in the water festival opens this Friday at the Philadelphia film center on chestnut street near broad. I'm Paul Kurtz. KYW NewsRadio another horse died this weekend at a southern California track. That's been plagued by deaths in recent months, just two days after Santa Anita reopen. Following a nearly one month closure. Another horse suffered a fatal injury horses. Go down and they threw up the green curtains, and that was the accident took place during the San Simeon stakes two horses went down one of them arms runner had to be euthanized. It's the twenty third death since late December this fans reaction. I don't know if it warrants a shutdown, but there is there is something that's missing Steve Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles early election results in Ukraine show residents of the former Soviet Republic for favouring a comedian to leave the country early results in Ukraine's presidential election show, a comedian who plays a fictional president with no political experience. Maintaining a strong lead against incumbent. President petro Pora shaneco setting the stage for runoff people are above all more important than political activity and ambitions early projection show of a lot of MIR Alinsky earning more than thirty percent of the vote while the incumbent president poorer shaneco was a distant second with neither candidate winning. Fifty percent. The election heads to a runoff, April twenty first despite trailing Poro shaneco hailed the results as a victory for Europe as neither candidate wants to move Ukraine toward Russian control after Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in two thousand fourteen Scott Carr, Washington. There are finally signs of rebirth north California town that was destroyed by wildfire. Our home Jason bazaars answer to the question. Why rebuild the aftermath of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. The so-called campfire they killed eighty five people destroyed nearly nineteen thousand homes in more than one hundred fifty three thousand acres wiping out the entire town of paradise where bizarre has been issued the very first rebuild permit. His two other laws were the first to be cleared in deemed safe some of his neighbors. He says well not rebuilt, and he says he knows he his wife and daughter may be alone for a while. But believes the town will rise again. I'm Jim Roope. It's twelve twenty. This.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Let's play like the. Whenever you can't. That's our goal. So came up short. So I'm going to move on. Her mom's expected to start against the Tigers. Tonight are busy sports night. Also includes the Knicks open to stop a six game slide as they host the bulls. The nets are home for the NBA best bucks. Brooklyn a half game behind Detroit for the sixth seed in the east and only half game ahead of eighth-place, Miami, the magic and the Hornets are also in the mix Rangers and devils playing out the string and the NHL facing off tonight at the rock in Newark while the playoff bound islanders. Welcome John Taveras and the Toronto Maple Leafs back to Nassau Coliseum. Sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock marker a ten ten wins. Sports wins news time ten seventeen two years ago. We chose a reality TV personality as president in Ukraine today TV stars on the presidential ballot. And he's doing well early results in Ukraine's presidential election show, a comedian who plays a fictional president with no political experience. Maintaining a strong lead against incumbent. President petro Pora shaneco setting the stage for a runoff people are above. Of all more important than political activity and ambitions early projection show, a lot of MIR's Alinsky earning. More than thirty percent of the vote while the incumbent president Pora shaneco was a distant second with neither candidate winning fifty percent. The election heads to a runoff, April twenty first despite trailing Poro shaneco hailed the results as a victory for Europe as neither candidate wants to move Ukraine toward Russian control after Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in two thousand fourteen Scott Carr, Washington gino's, come in many forms, crunchy japodlay ranch flaming hot some people on a cruise ship had their own style cocaine Cheetos British police arrested a dozen people over the weekend for allegedly trafficking in cocaine. They kept in Cheetos bags and ceramic bowls forty pounds were seized along with cash and cell phones. They were arrested in Portugal and will be tried in that country. Four had just arrived from the Caribbean on the MSC opera and authorities say all the suspects said book travel from Madera to various locations in Europe. Wins. News time ten eighteen finally Harris swift talking tech sponsored by New York's ultimate camera authority apples planning to offer yet another option for cable cord cutters with a new streaming service called apple TV. Plus, but seeing editor at large Dan Ackerman says apple may have a tough time taking a bite out of rivals like Netflix. Everyone wants to call themselves. A Netflix killer. I think this is the type of service that would work well with Netflix. Netflix their own original programs and movies and stuff, and what apple is saying is come to us and subscribe to individual platforms like Hulu like HBO Showtime. And by the way, we also hired all these cool guys like Steven Speilberg and Oprah to do original programming for us. No word yet on the cost of apple TV, plus which is expected to debut in the fall talking tech..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He begs me. Good morning in Turkey, president urged ones. This alliance has lost control of now, the key cities in Venus up election. Plus the opposition is pulled ahead in a close race in the country's largest city. Istanbul Turkey has been hurt by a recession and Erdman's. Critics accuse him all fronting an increasingly authoritarian system. A pro European Union anti corruption has won a landslide victory in Slovakia's presidential election, making her the country's first female head of state. Bloomberg's Michael Winfrey says this is a blow to nationalist down to reshape how the block works as right wing leaders from Poland to Italy or mounting an uprising against further integration before the EU holds parliamentary elections in may the victory of Zuzana chiampou Tova signaled at least in this small your area country, both strong support for the blocks liberal democratic values and anger against. Established parties in practice. Michael winfrey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe in Ukraine TV comedian Vladimir Zielinski will face a runoff against the accumbens leader, petro Poro shaneco this month. Bloomberg's Darena crushed Nolet. Scott reports the forty year old Kumyk with no political experience was backed by thirty point six percent of waters compared with seventeen point eight percents percent in the first round exit. Polls showed risky who plays a fictional. President on TV has successfully taken his rivals over the nation's endemic corruption in cave. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and New Zealand's. John Cinderella innocent China looking to bolster ties after a series of incidents that cost out on the strength of the country's economic partnership. Bloomberg's Karen Lee has more. She was welcomed by Chinese Premier Li ka Chiang in Beijing and a scheduled to meet with president Xi Jinping later today. This is first visit as prime minister to China New Zealand's, miss important trading partner and comes as the South Pacific nation pushes to upgrade its free trade agreement something she's expected to raise during the trip. In Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Enlist symbol, the one hundred and twenty countries. I'm Dan Karen's. This is Bloomberg Anna Edwards. Thank you very much now with the morning sports update. His William as Liverpool Viacom on top of the Premier League there. Two points. Clear of Manchester City after two one victory over Tottenham yesterday. The winner Kim after to Oliver turn the ball into his own net. Never pull monitor your club says.
"poro shaneco" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Dot com with Jerome Corsie. Great work. Thanks good to see you. So we'll have on morning Joe. We'll hear from the Washington Post reporter who sat down in the Oval Office with President Trump yesterday White House bureau chief Phil Rucker joins us next. And it was a doozy. Plus, President Trump is set to meet with Ladimir Putin just as Russia's steps up its Gretchen against Ukraine and important American ally. That's where we find NBC's chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel. And he joins us next with the very latest, including his interview with the president of Ukraine. President Trump is heading to Argentina at the end of the week for the g twenty summit which is scheduled to include a sideline sit down with Russia's Vladimir Putin. However, the president said yesterday that the Putin meeting may not happen due to the latest instance of Russian aggression aimed at Ukraine on Sunday Russia fired upon rammed and sees to cranium naval vessels and a tugboat in a treaty. Signed shared waterway off the coast of Crimea. In addition to taking Ukrainian sailors into custody in an interview yesterday with the Washington Post, the president said he was getting a quote full report on the incident yesterday evening, adding that will be very determinative. Maybe I won't have the meeting with Putin. We're going to see the president continued. I don't like that aggression. I don't like that aggression at all. Absolutely. And by the way, Europe shouldn't like that aggression. The president went on and Germany shouldn't like that aggression. You know, they're paying one percent and they're supposed to be paying much more than one percent during. Join us now live from Kiev, Ukraine. NBC news chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel. Richard good morning yesterday. You sat down for an exclusive interview with the Ukrainian president, what's his reaction to this latest, Russian aggression. Good morning. The Ukrainian president is sounding the alarm. He does not think what happened in the waters off of Crimea was some accident that it was just some Ukrainian vessels that wandered into the wrong part of shared Tortora waters. He thinks that this is part of an escalating campaign by Russia to seize more territory from Ukraine something that he thinks could trigger a wider war. He is very concerned about it. He sat down with me and sounded this alarm, and he wants the world to know that this could escalate. Ukrainian, president petro portion go in Kiev didn't mince words warning of a possible wider war with Russia movie will fight for our democracy and people fight for our soil Russian Bill pay a huge price if they attack us. Shinco says this may have just been the opening shots of a new campaign when last Sunday Russian ships, rammed and sees three Ukrainian vessels and their crew in two thousand fourteen Russian forces took over Crimea. Are we seeing a repeat of the same thing? But instead of taking land they're trying to take. So now they want to put control on the whole. This is the real purpose of Russia book you patient of the Russia says Ukrainian sailors entered Russian territorial waters despite warnings after Sunday's clash Poro shaneco imposed martial law in areas along the Russian border to protect our country. This is President Trump is expected to meet with Vladimir Putin at the g twenty summit which is coming up soon. What message would you like President Trump to deliver to Putin? Please. From ukraine. I think for me the key line in the interview was occupation of the sea Ford half years ago Russia took over Crimea. And now the Ukrainian government believes that Russia's trying to take over the azoff C, which is a vital waterway for this country. In fact, forty percent of Ukraine's exports its iron it still pass through the azoff seat. So if Russia were to take full control of waterway, it could cripple this country. And President Trump will get that chance in a couple of days face to face with vitamin Putin to make that statement NBC's, Richard Engel. Thank you so much, Richard. Let's bring in one of the reporters who conducted that wide ranging interview with the president White House bureau chief at the Washington Post and political analyst for MSNBC NBC news, Philip Rucker fill. There's so many places we could start climate change can show G the Muller investigation, the fed chair. What jumped out at you as you sat across the desk from the president United States in the Oval Office is the most significant of his comments. Well, I'll mention two things..
"poro shaneco" Discussed on The Young Turks
"When i said that the idea that trump doesn't have anything illegal in his business dealings years hilarious he did deals with guys like philly seder all the time fee seder cut some guy's face open and got in trouble with the law massively on several different occasions by the way got out of that trouble his this is komo by ratting out his partners so these are the guys that trump's business with and michael cohen is take dick dick dick dick did so aside from the manafort concession there or possible favor i should say there were other things that came out after this meeting took place let's go to graphic nine one source in kip said poro shaneco had given a trump a gift making sure that ukraine would find no more evidence to give the us inquiry into whether the trump campaign colluded with russia okay gifts yes also a report by a member of a western countries intelligence community says poor chen goes t team believed they have established a non aggression pact with trump and just to give you a sense of some of the money involved in all this stuff the report says that an element of the understanding between the ukrainian president and trump was that ukraine agreed to import us cole and signed a one billion dollar contract for american made diesel trains let me just be clear that ukraine had absolutely no need for those things they have their own coal they have their own resources but it turns out that they spent a billion dollars on importing us goods instead we'll look.