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G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money
"Most of the world's most powerful economic nations are pledging their support for Ukraine The G 7 nations are the U.S. Germany France Italy the UK Canada and Japan They're promising to support Ukraine and its war against Russia for as long as it takes The host of the G 7 summit German Chancellor Olaf Schultz said we agree the president Putin must not win this war He said they'll continue to punish Putin and his regime economically and politically The G 7 leaders say they'll explore what can be done to limit Russia's income from oil sales and come that's financing its war in Ukraine They also agreed to a ban on imports of Russian gold and to increase aid to countries hit with food shortages because of the war I'm Rita foley
"president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Men to the fight Meanwhile Moscow is slashing interest rates in a bid to stabilize the country's economy is Russia taking temporary measures to portray strength or is the Kremlin actually making gains To answer those questions we're joined now by Sergey rodchenko a Professor of Russian history at the Johns Hopkins school of advanced international studies Welcome to the program professor Morning So I want to talk first about these measures that Russia has been taking to blunt the impact of sanctions including pumping up the value of its currency and as I mentioned slashing interest rates are these actual fixes or are these measures a way to create a sense of normalcy at least for now Well we have to look at the long-term trajectory here We have a tendency in the west to go from euphoria to despair back to euphoria When the Russians invaded Ukraine there was an expectation that they would be successful within days when they didn't and then the western post sanctions there was an expectation that everything would just fall apart the ruble collapsed four time and then bounced back Of course sanctions are taking their toll on the Russian economy There is inflation There is grown unemployment whether or not this actually translates into reduced popularity for president Putin is another matter altogether I think the question here is that we have to be realistic The Russian propaganda has two narratives to explain the economic crisis First is it's part of western economic warfare it's something the west is doing to us We have to blame them And the other part of that is that they're saying well this is part of a global economic crisis So yes we have high inflation but this is also that there are something they're experiencing in the west as well in the United States et cetera in the argument here is that yes we're struggling now but perhaps we can out struggle the west So how does this all impact regular Russians You mentioned that the ruble collapsed for a time but it's bounced back So what does it mean for regular Russians right now Are they at cafes Are they able to get things Well again we have to have a comparative perspective on this The obviously The situation is dire perhaps will turn worse We have a thousand western companies have exited the country leading to unemployment and growing unemployment technologies are being denied to Russia This will have impact down the road But we're not seeing the 1990s and Russia yet We're not seeing sort of massive impoverishment We're not seeing collapse in the savings And so on and so forth And what's also interesting And this is where this whole discussion of how the Russians will react and whether the Russians will rise up and overthrow Putin's regime becomes interesting is if you compare it to the 1980s there was a sense of crisis Ideological crisis in Russia communism was basically deal legitimized itself in the Soviet Union And so there was a sense that something had to change I think there's some of that today but it's also important to know that Putin legitimation narratives is Russian nationalism It's very toxic Russian nationalism It's potent And I think it's still alive and kicking in Russia Very quickly let's talk about the war This week we saw that they're lifting the age gap age limit on military personnel What is this tell us about the war in Ukraine Sure sure We know the Russians have faced difficulties Hope to win this war with just sheer insolence display of troops by didn't really work for them They had to retrench they had to focus on Donbass And so now they're facing the situation where they don't want to announce conscription I'm so sorry to interrupt where we're out of time A Professor of Russian history at the Johns Hopkins school of advanced international studies Thank you so much It's Friday when we hear from StoryCorps and today we have wisdom from two survivors of Columbine Mandy cook was a sophomore at Columbine high school in 1999 English teacher Paula.
US targets Putin's daughters, Russian banks in new sanctions
"The the the the blighted blighted blighted blighted ministration ministration ministration ministration is is is is targeting targeting targeting targeting Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's Putin's Putin's family family family family in in in in retaliation retaliation retaliation retaliation for for for for what what what what it it it it calls calls calls calls war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Washington's Washington's Washington's Washington's announced announced announced announced sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions on on on on Putin's Putin's Putin's Putin's two two two two adult adult adult adult daughters daughters daughters daughters plus plus plus plus the the the the wife wife wife wife and and and and children children children children of of of of top top top top diplomat diplomat diplomat diplomat Sergey Sergey Sergey Sergey Lavrov Lavrov Lavrov Lavrov Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's prime prime prime prime minister minister minister minister and and and and the the the the members members members members of of of of the the the the security security security security council council council council it's it's it's it's also also also also toughening toughening toughening toughening penalties penalties penalties penalties against against against against two two two two of of of of Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's biggest biggest biggest biggest banks banks banks banks barring barring barring barring their their their their assets assets assets assets from from from from touching touching touching touching the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. financial financial financial financial system system system system and and and and prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting Americans Americans Americans Americans from from from from doing doing doing doing business business business business with with with with that that that that it it it it is is is is more more more more and and and and more more more more difficult difficult difficult difficult for for for for president president president president Putin Putin Putin Putin to to to to fund fund fund fund this this this this war war war war every every every every single single single single day day day day White White White White House House House House spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki said said said said yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday the the the the sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions are are are are sending sending sending sending a a a a clear clear clear clear message message message message Putin Putin Putin Putin is is is is a a a a global global global global pariah pariah pariah pariah and and and and will will will will be be be be treated treated treated treated like like like like one one one one Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Donnie Donnie Donnie Donnie Washington Washington Washington Washington
"president putin" Discussed on WTOP
"Appears to have failed His troops have taken heavy losses and Ukrainian soldiers are recapturing towns Including ur pin just north of the capital Kyiv but there's no celebration because the Russians have left homes shattered and charred and hundreds are dead according to local officials I hate them I hate them with from the depth of my heart There are no excuses for this This has the Pope talks of wanting to visit the war zone On the flight to Malta Pope Francis said he's considering visiting the Ukrainian capital Kyiv and in his first speech here he implicitly condemned president Putin for the war in Ukraine traditionally popes do not name aggressors because they want to leave the door open to dialog but Francis said that although we considered the invasion of countries and atomic threats a thing of the past once again a ruler caught up in what he called anachronistic claims of nationalist interest is provoking war This is a clear reference to the Russian president in all but name on a triangle CBS News Malta The COVID pandemic is now blamed for about 982,000 deaths in this country the latest from correspondent Michael George Nationwide new COVID cases are still low but rising in the northeast as BA two becomes the dominant strain in the U.S. This is the number of Americans getting vaccinated is at the lowest levels of the pandemic That has some this week sounding the alarm about the lack of federal funding for testing and vaccinations We have to get the money It's not going to last this past probably June 1st That from House speaker Nancy Pelosi Big sports news tonight the college hoop season coming down to its final two teams one of them now decided Kansas jumped out to an early lead and never trailed easily beating Villanova.
Biden Draws Red Lines With Russia
"Biden is called for Russia to be expelled from the G 20, good for the president on that. And he's laying down some red lines. It's always a little bit risky with the Democrat as we learned under president Obama cut number two. So you've warned about the real threat of chemical weapons being used. Have you gathered specific intelligence that suggests that president Putin is deploying these weapons, moving in the position or considering their use. And with the U.S. or NATO respond with military action, if he did use chemical weapons. You know, in the first question I can't answer that. I'm not going to give you intelligence data number one. Number two, we would respond. We would respond if he uses it. The nature of the response would depend on the nature of the use.
US Senators in Poland; vow support for Ukraine
"Senator Joni Ernst a combat vet calls for U. S. fighter jets to be sent to Ukraine the Iowa Republican as part of a bipartisan group touring Poland earned says makes the to be sent to Ukraine F. sixteens to Poland this is a great cooperative where nations can work together to ensure the Ukrainians have absolutely what they need to defend their country the senator says Russian president Putin is testing the resolve of the NATO alliance by sending missiles close to the Ukrainian Polish border showed article five be triggered the United States will be there article five requires NATO countries to defend one another the U. S. in Poland are members I'm Julie Walker
Live updates: Theater-shelter in Mariupol blocked by rubble
"Another civilian targets been struck in Ukraine trapping possibly hundreds of people in burning rubble a Russian airstrikes ripped apart a theater in the southern Ukraine city of Mariupol being used as a makeshift shelter for hundreds of people you cranes foreign ministry says many are not trapped in the collapsed building that is burning in key rescuers evacuate about thirty people from an apartment building struck by the remnants of a downed Russian rocket at least one person there were killed negotiations continue in an effort to end the fighting S. U. cranes president pleads with western leaders to do more to help in Russia president Putin went on TV to blast Russian to criticize the invasion of Ukraine calling for a quote self purification to rid the country of those who don't support him hi Jackie Quinn
"president putin" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And you're not good I understand Totally support people Singing that at stadiums in Florida National anthem all with the word gay All with the word gay Exactly Does liberty and justice for all right That's what the whole anthem is Carlos Travis and what we're saying earlier in the show and mentioned I think yesterday the chilling just the parallels with Russia And what some of these right wingers are trying to do here We were saying about them You can't teach gay in school Critical race theory Russia's education ministry is instructing school teachers to read a two page statement to their students to disavow them of the thought that their country is at war with Ukraine And they've always been at war with East Asia The Texas intended to be read to classes before they screen video president Putin defending the military action the approved line for Russian teachers is to tell their students that Russia invaded Ukraine because quote our policies freedom freedom of choice for everyone to independently determine their own future in the future of their children Unless of course we killed them I guess they didn't add that part If any child asks whether Russia is a war teacher should answer no it is conducting quote a special peacekeeping operation to stop a nightmare of genocide against millions of ethnic Russians The Russian leadership quote does not like to wage wars create conflicts or succumb to provocations They have done everything possible to resolve the situation by peaceful political means and is not going to impose anything on anyone by.
"president putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That we've seen similar sanctions on other fossil fuel products from likes of Venezuela and Iran Good morning on Bloomberg television and radio on radio Let me make clear the president bans Russian oil that is the headline in John We just see moments ago the spike up from one 26 up to a one 27 and one 28.00 John would be a breach of the intraday high We're not there yet We haven't had that official announcement just yet according to our sources that will happen as soon as today and will happen without the participation of European allies So Anne Marie let's talk about that with crude at one 27 There was a consideration going into the weekend That the American administration if they were to make this decision they had to consider that if others did not participate they would be hurting themselves without actually hurting the Russian economy How does that calculus stack up this morning Emory Well I think the issue is is that any imports that obviously Russia would have been sending to the United States they'll find buyers now given how high price crude is potentially mostly to Asia right And you had Alexander Novak coming out and basically saying that yesterday he's deputy prime minister to president Putin but he is their chief energy diplomat He has run the energy ministry until he was appointed deputy prime minister He's the chief OPEC plus negotiator and he came out on Russian television yesterday with some fiery words almost threatening to use Nord stream one against the Europeans which is flowing every day to heat European homes but also saying if the United States and others refuse our oil we have other places to send them And likely other places to send them is going to be China which we even saw during the pandemic start to hoard fossil fuels In your world Anne Marie there will be a balance here of politics and the politics is basically let's go let's go Let's produce more oil And there's another side which says we have a long-term commitment to climate to ESG How will that play out in the next 24 hours Well this administration is going to want to emphasize the ESG part or the sense that we should be putting more money towards things like solar wind nuclear the technology that the United States has that could potentially mean less reliance on oil and not just foreign oil The United States is a massive producer on our own oil just to have a cleaner energy grid They're also going to have to walk a fine line right Because they are getting a ton of pushback from Republicans who say that this administration has not been welcoming let's call it to the fossil fuel industry the way the prior administration was and they are blaming the administration for the issues you have today when it comes to higher prices at the gasoline So that exact point and Maria has there been any discussion about having a meeting with those oil and shale producers in the United States with President Biden at some point in the near future I have not heard anything about a meeting the way we saw with potentially GM Ford or some other supply during the supply chain havoc when you had executives come in The president was flanked by them across these big tables But in my reporting I do know that there have been individuals in the administration talking to the shale patch talking to U.S. producers about this So it's not like there hasn't been communication That would be false I'm ready for anyone just chilling and getting crude right now one 24 on WTI up 3.9% Brent crude at one 28 up a little more than 4% the headline readers follows the president said to ban U.S. imports of Russian oil as soon as today They will do that without European allies In the last 24 hours we heard repeatedly from the Germans the finance minister the Chancellor no we will not participate We do not want to do that Now Anne Marie I want to be very specific about this in your reporting I think it's important to reiterate and go over again Is this just Russian crude or Russian oil products Russian energy products which one is it Because one makes up 3% of U.S. imports If you have repeatedly indicated the other is 8% which one is it Well at the moment John all I know is that the language is oil at this moment I'm not sure if that is going to include oil products right Because it is very hard sometimes to differentiate how some of these oil products actually look very close to one barrel of crude So we're still waiting on a little bit more details on that We should be clear And you are right Jonathan because it is a big difference 3% is hardcore crude 8% encapsulates everything All those other petroleum products which is a lot larger of a number than 3% But again we should repeat for days the industry is shunning these assets coming into America Refiners don't want it You have it's very hard to get ships to go get it You had shell this morning say they also will not buy on the spot market You can just see the industry is self sanctioning And now the administration is basically solidifying something that is already been happening for days in the physical market Very very true Anne Marie great reporting to you and the team down in Washington Thank you That Bloomberg exclusive then according to people familiar with the matter the Biden administration poised to impose a ban on U.S. imports of Russian energy as soon as today without the participation of European allies This is what the market looks like off the back of it Down a tenth on the S&P on the NASDAQ down a half of 1% Crude at one 24 on WTI by around about four percentage points Tom and Brent crude again approaching one 30 So the Europeans Tom not in the mix the ban Russian oil liquefied natural gas and coal this according to two people familiar with the decision the decision was made in consultation with European allies who of course as we know rely more heavily on the U.S. than the U.S. does on Russian energy So that's the situation An informal basis John the next technical breach for Brent crude is a one 31 print We're not there yet We did get that spike up near one 40 earlier but just for a brief shining moment We have a perfect guest to follow on from the work of Anne Marie Horton in Washington in London Leslie vinger Murray director of U.S. and America's program at chatham House as well Let's see I want to immediately go to the special relationship which is Great Britain and the United States will prime minister Johnson can he should he join President Biden in this kind of blockage of Russian hydrocarbons I think prime minister Johnson will wish to do.
"president putin" Discussed on KOMO
"Good evening art Sanders with you Hope you're having a great Friday night and turning now to the increase in gas prices more than 11 cents in our area in the last day Some drivers are now paying upwards of $5 ABC's M win has more Gas prices climbing higher Three 93 a gallon And higher over $4 already And higher Four 55 States along the West Coast as well as Hawaii Alaska and Illinois now seeing the cost of gas average at least $4 per gallon Los Angeles now averaging more than $5 In Georgia prices are up 20 cents in the last week one man was arrested accused of drilling holes into cars to siphon gas The White House blames the higher prices solely on the Russian war The volatility in the oil markets is a direct result of the fact that president Putin invaded Ukraine But many Republicans insist the Biden administration's policies against more drilling here at home are also to blame Despite the surge in prices some lawmakers on both sides of the aisle want even tougher restrictions on Russian supplies I'm all for that Ban it Ban the oil band that will come from Russia Yep But President Biden says that would only drive prices higher He looks at this through as how can we maximize impact on president Putin while minimizing it on the American people M1 ABC News Washington The Northern California woman whose disappearance and mysterious reappearance set off a frantic three week search more than 5 years ago has been arrested ABC's Kayleigh hartung has the latest on the case of sherry papini The 39 year old charged with making false statements to a law enforcement officer and engaging in male fraud The Department of Justice saying she could face up to 25 years in prison Just before Thanksgiving 2016 the young mother of two disappeared in broad daylight in Northern California I just come home from work and my wife wasn't there which is unusual In an exclusive interview with ABC News her husband Keith describing the urgency and fear he felt making that 9-1-1 call I wanted to make a clear message that this is real You need to get here now With a nationwide search underway her community on edge and the country engrossed in her story Three weeks later she was found bound and beaten on the side of the road about a 150 miles from home Keith racing to the hospital finding a woman almost unrecognizable Just ran past everybody and I throw open the curtain and she was there In a bed and her poor face And.
Biden Administration Defends Not Sanctioning Russian Oil
"Now, Jen Psaki defended not banning Russian oil, listen to this. Yes, and I think I do know what you're trying to say. Well, our objective and the president's objective has been to maximize impact on president Putin and Russia while minimizing impact to us and our allies and partners. And I know you've heard me say this a few times before. But we don't have a strategic interest in reducing the global supply of energy. And that would raise prices at the gas pump for the American people. We don't have a strategic interest in reducing the supply of oil and gas. So does that mean we have a strategic interest in increasing the supply of oil and gas?
Jen Psaki Pins Rising Gas Prices to Putin Rather Than Biden
"But here's Psaki Why are gas prices going up And keep something else in mind It used to be that the de grocers that the marxists were brag about the fact yes we're going to drive up the cost of fuel Remember Obama we're going to drive up the cost of electricity We're going to drive up the cost of coal Because we do not want Americans or America using these sources of energy anymore So yes we want the price of a gown and gasoline I remember when they used to say 8 to $10 like in Europe So they're succeeding No I'm sure that what's going on in Ukraine is somewhat contributing to this But we've created the situation where it can contribute to it That is it doesn't have to Here's Psaki today at The White House go The reason why the price of gas is going up is not because of steps the president has taken They are because president Putin is invading Ukraine And that is creating a great deal of instability in the global marketplace So on top of everything else she's an economist
Trump Says He Would've Been Tougher on Putin Than Biden
"And here is Donald Trump this weekend at cpac. Nobody could ever believe how bad and weak and grossly incompetent it has been and when you have a weak president who is not respected by other nations, you have a very chaotic world and the world hasn't been this chaotic since World War II. I think we can say that we can say that very strongly. I have no doubt that president Putin made his decision to ruthlessly attack Ukraine only after watching the pathetic withdrawal from Afghanistan where the military was taken out first, our soldiers were killed. An American hostages plus $85 billion worth of the finest equipment anywhere in the world were left behind.
"president putin" Discussed on WTOP
"Meteorologist Samara Theodore 41 a dulles 40 Reagan national airport 41 BWI Marshall airport brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week It is three 20 the latest on the invasion of Ukraine Russian forces continue to launch air strikes in Keith and kharkiv this morning despite the ongoing violence Russian and Ukrainian delegations said to meet later today on the Ukrainian Belarusian border National security correspondent JJ green exploits explains why both sides have now agreed to talks The simple real honest answer to what's going on in Ukraine right now is just blind ambition blind aggression And so sitting down to talk with Ukraine is a way in which they can step back and take a breather It's kind of like when the bell rings at the end of a round in a fight both fighters get a chance to step back for a minute and in Russia the U.S. embassy in Moscow is encouraging Americans to leave Russia now as more airlines cancel flights into and out of Russia You can read more about the latest going on in Ukraine at WTO P dot com Virginia governor Glenn youngkin has ordered a review of state dollars going to any Russian goods and services Virginia ABC stores say they're removing 7 Russian sourced vodka brands from their shelves Junkins also asking the mayors of Norfolk and Roanoke to suspend their sister city partnerships with Russian cities and he's urged the Virginia retirement system and university endowments to divest of any Russian holdings immediately in the news release youngkin called president Putin a Soviet dictator whose invasion of Ukraine must not stand In Maryland Montgomery county has also removed all products made in Russia from the county's alcohol beverage services stores county executive Mark L rich points out that popular non Russian made vodkas still be available It's three 22 from Hawaii to New York California to Connecticut many states have systems set up for paid family and medical leave Lawmakers in Maryland are considering it Making the case for why these so called time to care act of 2022 should get past this session Studies show that companies actually save money and maintain costs by retaining employees when they implement or expand paid family leave benefits Senator Shelly hettleman says Maryland needs to attract and retain the best workforce it can Which is only possible if we offer a high quality of life with competitive benefits from employers Proposals and prior sessions have failed Senate bill two 75 now is before the finance committee Christy king WTO P news A pedestrian underpass that allows metro writers and other pedestrians to safely get across three 55 at the medical center stop will be dedicated later today safe passage under Rockville pike between NIH and Walter Reed will be named after the Silver Spring man who led the effort to make that a reality It would be called albertson way in honor of Phil albertson Montgomery county employee who served as a liaison with the military He passed away in 2020 The season for Maryland's iconic blue crab starts in April runs through November but there may be trouble ahead say leaders of the state's seafood industry there's a critical shortage of workers and it has nothing to do with COVID The Chesapeake Bay seafood industry relies on workers from other countries who come to Maryland on H two B visas This year competition for those visas was incredibly tight That's according to Jack Brooks president of the Chesapeake Bay seafood industries association They had almost a 140,000 requests 40 33,000 available visas Just one of ten seafood processors in Maryland got some of those visas in the past the industry managed to get some limited exemptions from the Visa cap but Brooks says a long-term solution is what's needed Kate Ryan WTO P news If you have to hand in money news why look at a Roth individual retirement account taxes is one big reason I'm Mark Hamrick with a report coming up Three 24 To some the sound of a baby babbling doesn't mean much But that's not true They're testing out vowels and consonants and trying different.
"president putin" Discussed on WBUR
"The one that we cite when we send our request to the court And I can assure you when the war is over and the war is going to be over and we will win the event will win The UN charter will be defended The perpetrators of those atrocities including the president of the Russian Federation will be hold accountable We seek peace we seek the stopping of hostilities withdrawal of troops we will not capitulate We will not surrender Can this meeting on Monday is clearly decide to further isolate Moscow Will it succeed Well it'll succeed in the sense that a lot of the 193 members of the General Assembly will line up to condemn Russia So it will certainly be an uncomfortable world opinion poll if you like on president Putin but it is the UN General Assembly which some regardless of talking shop and of course there won't be anything binding to come out of it What it isn't is a Security Council resolution which carries more weight and which why Russia vetoed one on Friday I think the U.S. pushed for it because it has rarity value It's only been used ten times before since 1950 and they're reaching for every single lever possible against president Putin And I think they want it to think of it as part of a triumvirate of pressures In addition to this diplomatic pressure it comes along with the military and the financial pressures that are also being applied But will it stop a single tank Perhaps not but president Putin will be left in no doubt what the majority of the countries in the world think about his actions Talking about those financial pressures what about sanctions It seems that finding agreement on what to do is becoming easier Certainly here in the United States as one congressman put it here today president Putin has succeeded in almost managing the impossible And that's uniting Democrats and Republicans There's almost universal support for President Biden's support of these sanctions against the banks against all these individuals And also support for President Biden's 350 million extra dollars of military aid to Ukraine I say almost unanimous support There are some voices amongst conservatives and some Republican senators saying that President Biden hasn't quite got this right In many ways he brought it upon the world because of his chaotic pullout of American troops from Afghanistan last year which in the words of the senators made America appear weak and president Putin has taken advantage of that And others including the former president Donald Trump speaking at a conservative conference in Florida over the weekend saying that these sanctions should have been brought in before president Putin invaded not after But those voices were very much on the margins the vast majority of Democrats and Republicans fully support what President Biden is doing Duncan Kennedy in Washington you're listening to the BBC World Service and Neil has the headlines EU interior ministers have given initial backing to plans for asylum rules to be relaxed in response to an expected influx of millions of Ukrainians The impact of sanctions is beginning to be felt in Russia and on global financial markets where the ruble falling by 30% in early trading on Monday The Ukrainian military says it suffered a difficult time in the latest fighting with Russian shell fire coming from almost all directions As the fighting continues so does the flow of people trying to leave Ukraine the United Nations estimates there are already nearly 370,000 refugees most of them women and children as Ukrainian men of fighting age are banned from leaving Many of them are trying to leave from the town of lviv in western Ukraine from where fergal keener sent this.
John Kerry More Concerned With Climate Change Than Ukraine
"John Kerry, the representative climate change representative for Joe Biden is worried that the war could distract from climate change. I'm very concerned about concerned about Ukraine because of the people of Ukraine and because of the principles that are at risk in terms of international law and trying to change boundaries of international law by force, I thought we lived in a world that had said no to that kind of activity. And I hope diplomacy will win. But a massive emissions consequences to the war, but equally importantly, you're going to lose people's focus. Emissions consequences to the war. The lose certainly big country attention because they will be diverted and I think it could have a damaging impact. So, you know, I think hopefully president Putin would realize that in the northern part of his country, they used to live on 66% of a nation that was over frozen land. Now it's thawing. And his infrastructure is at risk. And the people of Russia at risk. And so I hope president Putin will help us to stay on track with respect to what we need to do for the climate.
John Kerry Hopes Putin Will Mind Climate Issues During War
"And then there's John Kerry. The former U.S. Secretary of State and would be president. Remember, presidential candidate, you want to talk about dodging a bullet? How about if that guy got elected? He gave an interview this week. Where he was concerned about the massive emissions consequences from a Russian war against Ukraine, which he said would be a distraction from work on climate change, nevertheless, he said. I hope president Putin, and this is a quote. Quote, I hope president Putin will help us to stay on track with respect to what we need to do for the climate. Unquote, so I ask you, which is worse. Which is worse.
Biden Slow to Sanction Putin Himself
"Yesterday, Joe Biden went on the air to detail what the American response is going to be to Russian aggression and he applied sanctions and then implied that sanctions weren't going to be terribly effective. Let's go to cut number four. If sanctions can not stop president Putin, what penalty can? I didn't say sanctions couldn't stop him. You've been talking about the threat of these sanctions for several weeks now. Yes, but the threat of the sanctions and imposing the seeing the effect of the sanctions are two different things. There are two different things. And we're now going to begin to see the effect of the sanctions. And what will that do? How will that change his mindset here? Given he's so weak in his country that he'll have to make a very, very difficult choice of whether to continue to move toward being his second rate power or in fact respond.
"president putin" Discussed on KOMO
"UK for one lining up additional measures if required These are your world headlines from ABC News The British prime minister still hopes president Putin can calm things down by deescalating There's still hope that he will that he will see sense But we are ready very rapidly to escalate our sanctions as I have as I have as I have set up Boris Johnson has faced some criticism by opposition parties for not announcing what they see as strong enough punitive measures right now The World Health Organization is creating a global training center to help poorer countries make vaccines Using the messenger RNA technology that's been used to make COVID treatments And the duchess of Cambridge is met with Denmark's popular monarch and Copenhagen as part of a visit to learn more about how Denmark has led efforts in early childhood development I'm Tom rivers at the ABC News foreign desk in London Here are your political insights from ABC News The Pentagon says it believes Russian forces are ready to attack Ukraine beyond the separatist regions that president Putin decreed as independent This comes as secretary John Kirby says hundreds of U.S. troops are moving from Germany to the region The additional personnel are being repositioned to reassure our NATO allies President Biden announced additional sanctions against Russia as the State Department confirmed the U.S. will no longer engage and the pretense of diplomacy But Republicans are criticizing the administration's handling of the situation saying Russia should have been hit with tougher sanctions earlier Speaker Nancy Pelosi defending Biden The steps that the president are taking is taking appropriate And despite ongoing Russia Ukraine stress the Winehouse says nothing will delay.
Jon Finer Didn't Initially Admit Russia Was Invading Ukraine
"So now here we have the press and the administration in a semantic debate and I want to announce to you now there's more news that tanks are now moving in to Ukraine Really no surprise there but it's awful Obviously the Ukrainians provoked them Because they live and they exist But Aaron Burnett heard Bernie question is isn't this an invasion So here we have CNN which nobody watches Debating John finer who nobody listens to Is this an invasion The reason John finer couldn't just flat out say yes like we did last evening on this program is because the orders came on from down high even though they were gurgled And spittle and incoherent he read between the lines Don't use the word invasion Maybe we can pull Putin back And then later in the course of the morning the Biden White House uses the term invasion Go ahead So what president Putin has done already today is something that we are appalled by but not surprised by the entire spectacle that unfolded in Moscow was more or less predicted publicly by President Biden and some of his comments by Secretary of State Tony blinken and his comments to the UN Security Council And something we were prepared to respond to and do you already have responded to through an executive order that this administration put out tonight We have also said that we plan to take additional actions tomorrow in terms of what is actually happening on the ground in the Donbass region of Ukraine We have seen reports but we are basing our actions on what Russia actually does not the statements that Russia makes We're going to continue to assess overnight Any steps that Russia takes and we will be prepared with a significant response tomorrow Does it sound like you answered the question
Putin says Russia will decide on Monday whether to recognize breakaway regions.
"Russia is set to the stage for a quick move to secure its hold on Ukraine's rebel regions with new legislation that would allow the deployment of troops that US west prepares to announce sanctions against Moscow thank you Jeff did a senior British cabinet minister says a Russian invasion of Ukraine has begun I'm Britain would respond with sanctions later in the day waking up to a very dark day in Europe and death it's clear from what we've already seen in it and then found out today that the Russians president Putin has they decided to do it to em Phatak the sovereignty of Ukraine and its territorial integrity Javid says Russian president Vladimir Putin the sent tanks and troops to the two breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine he recognized on Monday the new Russia Littles could be a pretext full of deeply moved into Ukrainian territory as the US and its allies have feared Charles
Ukrainians expect "losses" as Europe laments Putin's "act of war"
"A top European Union official says Russia has committed an act of war against Ukraine and the twenty seven member bloc is weighing sanctions the European Commissioner for justice DDA Rangers says Vladimir Putin's designating independence to two separatist regions in Ukraine and then sending in troops is an act of war and it's time to pull the trigger on sanctions in the UK waking up to a very dark day in Europe British cabinet member Siggi job it says president Putin has that decided to
"president putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Putin to make clear that we are ready to keep pursuing high level diplomacy to reach written understandings among Russia the United States and the nations of Europe to address legitimate security concerns If that's what his wish there's security concerns and ours President Putin and I agreed that our team should continue to engage toward this end Along with our European allies and partners Yesterday the Russian government public proposed to continue the diplomacy I agree We should give the diplomacy every chance to succeed And I believe there are real ways to address our respective security concerns The United States has put on the table concrete ideas to establish a security environment in Europe We're proposing new arms control measures New transparency measures New strategic stability measures These measures apply to all parties NATO and Russia alike We're willing to make practical result oriented steps that can advance our common security We will not sacrifice basic principles though Nations have a right to sovereignty and territorial integrity They have the freedom to set their own course and choose with whom they will associate But that still leaves plenty of room for diplomacy and for deescalation That's the best way forward for all parties in our view We'll continue our diplomatic efforts in close consultation with our allies and our partners As long as there is hope of diplomatic resolution the prevents the use of force and avoids incredible human suffering that would follow we will pursue it The Russian defense minister reported today that some military units are leaving their positions near Ukraine That would be good but.
"president putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much Charlie pellet German Chancellor Olaf scholz travels from Kyiv to Moscow today continuing diplomatic efforts to ensure that Russia does not further invade Ukraine even as president Putin has insisted he doesn't have current plans to do so To take us through the crisis and the latest developments welcome now Melinda herring She is deputy director of the Atlantic council's Eurasia center So thank you so much for being with us First of all let's start with the news from today We've now had a news conference with president Putin of Russia and the German Chancellor Olaf Schultz What did we learn from that Are we making progress with president Putin Hey David it's great to be here with you So today is a big day We woke up and it looks like Vladimir Putin is starting to deescalate We don't have confirmation on that yet But most analysts in the United States were expecting tomorrow Wednesday the 16th to be game day for Vladimir Putin to roll his troops in to attack Ukraine once again So this was a surprise when we all woke up and he's starting to pull back It's good that Schultz is doing this diplomacy macaron tried it last week But they don't deserve all the credit It's too early to start giving out awards And this crisis is not over So it looks like my best guess is that Putin is pulling back some of his troops and he is going to keep upping the volume when it suits him So he's pulling back so we forget about this story and then once the west in the world have forgotten about it he's going to increase pressure on Ukraine once again He's not going to let Ukraine go I know that your viewers are sick of the story The media has been focused on it since November but it's not going away Yeah and just to be precise as I understand it We don't know that he's pulling the troops down yet Jens Stoltenberg the head of NATO said they haven't seen that yet They've said they will and we don't know how many either That's exactly right So there is no confirmation They've made a promise but you know what a lot of your Putin is also said that he's not going to invade Ukraine again So let's wait and see That's the right response with Putin Well let me ask another question obviously very related to this The Duma as I understand has now passed a resolution calling on president Putin to recognize parts of dumbo as a separate from Ukraine What is that about Is that something the president Putin wants to do Does he want to basically annex the dome bus He occupies it But annexing is quite different Yes so they occupy 7% of the Don boss It's a little piece of it The Dunbar we're talking about two oblasts So an American terms two provinces of a state is how I look at it in American terms And they occupy two big cities out in eastern Ukraine and they've done enormous damage billions of dollars in damage since 2014 with the hostilities out there So do they want it What I think they're trying to do So I think Putin is going to deescalate some It's a question of how much he's going to deescalate and he's going to increase political pressure on Ukraine to capitulate at the negotiating table So what does Putin want Putin wants to stop the westernizing drive in Ukraine And there's a number of ways he can do that But he's trying to force Ukraine to renounce its NATO aspirations And he hasn't been able to do that So one of the pressure points he has is the Don boss and he's able to turn up the pressure there as he wants So what I think he's doing with the Duma is they may try to annex these little chunks of eastern Ukraine There's a number There's several 100,000 people in these places that have Russian passports Putin can always use that as a pretext He's used this is a pretext before We have to protect our Russian speakers in Ukraine That was a pretext we've heard multiple times So that's a possibility but I think what he's going to try to do is cause a political crisis in Kyiv by trying to annex the Luhansk people's republic and the Donetsk people's republic That's what he's after right now That's the latest game If the annexes of this is going to make technical if he annexes Donetsk and Luhansk they're no longer part of Ukraine So how can he put pressure on cue Doesn't he need to be part of kids so that part of Ukraine is going a different direction So Ukraine is not going to let those places go right Ukraine Ukraine has said even though Russia has annexed illegally annexed the Crimean Peninsula it's still ours If we're going to fight for it And the same is true over the people's republic of Luhansk and danez You create never conceded right That's where the tension is What is the shape of the Ukraine government right now I mean there have been issues with Ukraine government for some time You've written about my others have corruption things like that How firmly is it control in control of Ukraine Volodymyr zelensky is in charge Volodymyr zelensky came in as an inexperienced president And I think a lot of us underestimated him He has a sharp critic of him on his domestic reforms I would give him an F for what he did last year But on the war side he has been fabulous He is telling people to stay calm and he's maintained a stiff upper lip He has not gone into the bunker He goes out He encourages people and tomorrow is national unity day and at 10 a.m. he's called all Ukrainians to come out and sing the national anthem I think that looks like real leadership Do we have a sense about whether the threatened sanctions have made a difference for Vladimir Putin at this point So a lot of people think that the combination of deterrence and sanctions has convinced Vladimir Putin to step down I think that we're going to hear this over and over again We don't know And I think we should be honest about that So the current package of sanctions that the west has on Russia for what it.
Has Germany Basically Left NATO?
"Last question on this subject, senator Ernst, it seems to me like Germany has left NATO. De facto left NATO. What do you think they're doing? Well, Germany is concerned first and foremost only with itself and its own people. And understanding they do need energy resources. And they are becoming much more dependent upon Russia. But we have allowed that to happen. We did not put sanctions on Nord stream two. When we should have. We did not slow that process down. President Biden has actively been out there lobbying against Nord stream two. Sanctions. So, unfortunately, Germany, they once again will be on the losing side of an incursion or invasion. Should this happen? Germany really needs to stand for Ukraine, because again, if president Putin comes in, takes Ukraine, tries to rebuild that old Soviet Union. Germany is right on their doorstep.
Will Putin Make a Move in Ukraine Soon? K.T. McFarland Shares Her Thoughts
"Can we talk? We start internationally if we made before we get to the press conference with Joe Biden on I'm feeling and KT I talked to you listening and watching now when I say to KT on my morning show, he goes, please I'll lay our fears, please bring some solace to everyone listening and watching because we worry, I'm thinking during the press conference, Vladimir Putin makes a run into the Ukraine KT. I mean, I'm half serious with that. Is there a danger that he will make a move in the Ukraine? Just disregarding anything about America or about Joe Biden. Oh, yeah, I think president Putin is going to make some kind of a move within the next 6 weeks. And here's how we got here. A year ago, we held all the high cards. America did. We had energy independence. The price of oil was quite low. It was bankrupting Russia. We had rebuilt our defenses. But in the last year, especially because of the energy President Biden threw away all the hard high cards. So now Putin is in a position where he thinks he's going to achieve his lifelong ambition. He wants to make Russia great again. And he wants to do it by bringing Ukraine back into the Russian fold. Now, Ukraine doesn't want to go there. But it's now in a situation where Vladimir Putin has troops on the border. He has moved up missiles onto the border. He's got what's called hybrid warfare where he's put his little green man. These are Russian these are Russian special forces that go across the border into Ukraine. They masquerade as Ukrainian freedom fighters, but what they do is stir things up. They cause they cause crises they cause little gorilla fighting and they're giving Putin and pre-tax for saying, well, I have to go in to Ukraine. I have no choice. I have to go into Ukraine and stabilize the situation because those are ethnic Russians inside of
"president putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To banking and sectoral sanctions on oil and gas would need to have South Korea and Japan who also buy gas from Russia LNG et cetera But it's also strategically very fraught because it pushes Russia into the hog of the Chinese and creates the Beijing Moscow access which is not a good thing for anybody We know that there needs to be more diplomatic moves from both sides What kind of likelihood do you think there would be that we would see an in person summit in the future between the presidents It is likely if Putin is not dead set on invading Ukraine I think President Biden and president Putin and their teams need to work on security arrangements in Europe We actually did have pretty decent security arrangements under Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan after president Bush senior And Clinton and for Celsius and under Putin the security system was dismantled Russia came with new demands to be a dominant power in Europe which by the way the Soviet Union and the Russian Empire were before that for over 200 years So a security dialog with Russia is quite possible and probably is necessary Giving up our support of Ukraine or future options for Ukrainian security including its membership and is probably not on the agenda right now How much momentum has there been from the western side to strengthen those relations with Ukraine and to in a sense threaten Russia It's not a threat to Russia Russia is today questioning the right of Ukraine to exist as a nation state It's I would say near genocidal Ukrainian people are not the Russian people despite what president Putin said at many occasions Ukrainian borders were defined a hundred years ago in 1922.
"president putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wanted here and sort of gives him a little ounce of legitimacy or more legitimacy on the world stage The Russians of course have already released a photo of the call with President Biden waving at president Putin So the call itself could be part of the ask but overall I think what President Biden just needs to do is lay out a credible threat Of course if he does draw any red lines and that's a phrase this White House doesn't really like using but he does draw any lines in the sand and Putin and crosses them then Biden is going to of course have to be compelled to act somehow Okay Josh thank you so very much That's our Bloomberg White House reporter He's Josh win grove Well when it comes to U.S. Russia relations and the diplomacy required for them no one knows it better than Thomas Pickering who served as U.S. ambassador Russia as well as the United States India and some other countries as well He holds the rank of career ambassador That is the highest in the U.S. diplomatic corps Welcome back mister ambassador great to have you here You know this situation so well Give us your best advice to President Biden What should he seek to accomplish in this meeting Thank you David I think his primary preoccupation at the moment ought to be with the Russian buildup in western Russia near the border of Ukraine and seemingly at least indications through intelligence and otherwise that may be preliminary to some forceful action taken by Putin Putin again denied that practically overnight And that's something obviously we have to take into a consideration Although Putin's credibility is very low with the United States and the relationship between the two of us has reached a down point This isn't the only problem that is out there There are numerous others that I think are very very significant And the notion that we might take action either preparatory to or consequent pawn any Russian movement in the direction of eastern Ukraine is something that is real but gets us into the beginning of a position in which the issue of war and peace becomes much more salient and a much more difficult and much more determinative And I think neither leader really wants that It doesn't suit in effect the ambitions of either leader to make that happen although Putin has been driving this in a way that clearly wishes to use the force and effect of his drive to see if he can achieve something including as you're very able reporters said from The White House perhaps something that would delay or postpone or put on a shelf for an interim period of time Any Ukrainian membership in NATO My own view is that the U.S. will not back down on that That's very true But I'm not sure the U.S. will have the full support of the European group inside NATO for moving in that direction And that is something the president has to take into account in the calculus here Picking in the long and sometimes troubled history of relations between the United States and Russia and United States the Soviet Union for that matter has there been an instance in the past where use of U.S. sanctions has actually changed the behavior of Russia Is there anything we can learn from the past here I think one could make the case that over the long term perhaps things like in Afghanistan it was in combination with other things The inability of the Soviet Union to win the ability of the United States to introduce new weapons systems particularly shoulder held surface to air missiles to combat the capacity of the Russian helicopters that made a change in the situation but it is true that I think most observers who look closely at this question believe sanctions have more bang than bite if I could put it that way I bet you're picking one of the things that's being talked about at least by reporters right now is the possible sanctions with respect to the pipeline the Nord stream two pipeline At the same time we have a Western Europe right now is very concerned about getting natural gas for the wintertime Is that an effective threat or Vladimir Putin say go shoot yourself in the foot Well I think it's less than effective but not totally put it this way irrelevant One thing that I think we should think about for the little longer term is whether an effect U.S. production through fracking of both oil and gas could be made available to our European trends in allies at a pricing mechanism which would not reward if I could put it this way The other oil producers but put them in a position to see a downward drive and they could only combat this in their own economies by making more oil available which would further reduce the pressure if I could put it this way of oil prices And that would hurt mister Putin since he depends for his budget on having high priced oil available Ambassador Pickering I have not been in the room but you have my impression from reading about other diplomatic engagements is you don't necessarily wrap it all up in one meeting The question is what do you keep alive so you can come back and have a second meeting have more discussions either at the top level or among the functionaries below the presidents You're entirely right David This is the time now for pressure But there will come a time if we.
Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue
"In this BBC report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the relationship between the two countries. Continues to suffer from ongoing tensions. Last pre pandemic meeting in Moscow Chancellor Merkel and President Putin talked for more than three hours. Some topics haven't changed. Will disagree about Russian backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and find common ground on North Stream two. They're incomplete. Undersea gas pipeline, which Germany's allies opposed to new issues have emerged. Afghanistan and Belarus, which has been pushing Middle Eastern migrants into the European Union in retaliation for sanctions. All this on the anniversary of the nerve agent attack on the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. He was treated in Germany. Moscow is still trying to
Kremlin Official Says Summit 'Will Not Be Easy'
"Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesman is cautioning that the leaders talks today with president Joe Biden will not be easy or likely to yield any breakthroughs Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the topics on the broad agenda are mostly problematic quote we have many long neglected questions that need to be trawled through that's why president Putin is arriving with an attitude to frankly and constructively sect questions and try to find solutions he went on to say this day cannot become historic and we shouldn't expect any breakthroughs the situation is too difficult in Russian American relations Pascal says the bilateral issues Putin wants to discuss include strategic stability arms control cooperation in regional conflicts and on the pandemic and climate change I'm Julie Walker
"president putin" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Doctors. Here. I am. Ryan twenty five years later like yesterday. It's not only going to be about me today. It's really about you the listeners of the show without you. There wouldn't be made you understand that without you. There's no meat everyone in radio should recognize that it's the audience that makes them otherwise they'd be in a room with two Dixie cups and the string. Now, this has been my sixth career social worker, teacher medicinal plant explorer, author corporate consultant, and I'll talk show host for twenty five years where of all the years gone. I only hope I have made the world a better place. That's really the bottom line at the end of the day. That's all we can hope to do. We're gonna talk about a lot of things today. And I would be remiss not to mention the biggest story of our life. Which is the double the double jeopardy that the vermin in the media and on the democrat side are imposing upon President Trump. I've got to begin with that. Even though we spent a long time preparing this anniversary show the president has been exonerated by the Mueller report. I believe Nagler and Schiff should immediately cease and desist. And if they don't I believe the attorney general has the tools to arrest them if dot for sedition for something else has CNN Nagler and shift not read the law. How can they still continue to persecute the president without consequences? Is it double jeopardy? Remember what you heard this? I today when no longer living in America, if guys like Nagler and Schiff and Jeff Zucker of CNN and the other vermin in the media after the president has been found innocent of Russia collusion to continue this persecution. But this is your twenty fifth anniversary today as well. And we're going to look back together. But I I recommend you grab a line as soon as you can on this very special day because if you get on this show, not only would you be heard by more people than you will have met in your entire life. But you'll be part of a broadcasting history because I'm gonna take this show and today's podcast, which is the twenty-fifth anniversary podcast, and I'm going to send it to the national radio hall of fame to put into the archives. Forever. You understand that? So grab a line while you can't eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two. Let's begin at the beginning. Many of you. I asked you on Twitter. What would you like to here on Mondays twenty fifth anniversary show? People said from God to meatballs, a doesn't matter. Keep talking Dr listening your favorite moments the day, your mother called in anything. But the Mueller report how about reading when pasta was spaghetti. Many many people have listened to the show for many many years. And again, anything you want to hear anything you want to say today is the day to do it on the Savage Nation. I think we ought to begin with some of the great moments in the Savage Nation history. And I'm going to begin with Donald Trump. This was in November just before the election. I had President Trump on this show. Remember, he came on the show repeatedly during that year when he needed me. Let's let that hang in the air, you notice he's not calling in today is their bitterness in my voice is a little little something there. Yeah. I deserve a call. But I didn't get it. But let's put that aside. I asked President Trump in November of that year. Mr President of you win the election. Would you call President Putin? And he said, Michael I said what you call President Putin after you're inaugurated is what I said as you'll still here and President Trump said, Michael he said, I will call President Trump before him inaugurated, if I win the election. Do you know how important that is do you realize that that may have triggered the Mueller investigation? The insanity that he was colluding with Russia. I hope he was colluding with Russia to stop World War three. That's what I was hoping what happened is colluded with Russia to stop the war that Hillary Clinton was trying to gin up. She called Putin Hitler. The Democrats were banging the war drums, the Democrats wanted war with Russia. The Democrats wanted a demon, and they wouldn't stop I pushed so hard to get Trump elected because I knew as a businessman he was a man of peace. One thing businessmen are is there. Peace loving. You know, why because peace is good for business war is bad for business unless you are in the musicians business or the manual. Facturing of weapons business, and he was not he was a builder. I pushed very hard for peace. Do you want to hear that sound bite? Jim are we ready to go Clinton? We're ready to go. Here is President Trump on this show when we made history in November of two thousand sixteen market down Donald listen. How would you diffuse the situation now between Russia and the US assuming the world doesn't blow up before before January? What would you do if you're president first day? What would you do with Putin to stop this? These war-drums. The problem is we have Putin has no respect for Obama. At all. Does it like him and doesn't respect him and Obama doesn't like Putin? But they they have a great dislike for each other. And Putin has no respect at all for Obama. And I think that you're going to hear a potentially a really catastrophic situation here. I'll be honest with you because those two are not I will say this. If win on November eighth, and hopefully everyone of your listeners is going to go out with any everybody. Absolutely never tougher path. You know that to get. Yes. But I went to November eight I think I could see myself meeting with Putin and meeting with Russia prior to the start of the administration. I think it would be. Wow, that's an amazing. That's an amazing story. That's fabulous. Mr trump. Was that loss to the media did Jeff Zucker not hear it in one of his hates stupor did. Wolf blitzer? Not hear that did the other vermin in the media not here that the president said he would meet with Putin prior to being inaugurated in order to stop the war, drums, the Democrats were beating how do we know that Nagler and shift and the others don't want war with Russia right now? How do we know that you know, I've come a long way to get where I am today. And I don't have twenty five more years in this business. No twenty five more years on this earth. That's just a fact of reality of the sands of time. It's that simple. But I've made a damn difference. Not only in the historic. Visit from President Trump in November of two thousand sixteen where I helped elect a president help push him over the finish line. But it was you the listeners who elected President Trump will now being basically disrespected by everyone in the media who continues to persecute him after he has been found innocent of collusion with Russia. We're no longer living in America. But I've been here, and I hope that I have made the world a better place. That's all I can say I hope I have made the world a better place and with your help we will continue to do. So first many as much time as his left with the Savage Nation on air. Because no one knows no one knows what tomorrow will bring many of you of asked for for sound bites today. Many of you have requested that we play mama savage before she passed away in many ways, she was the mother of the Savage Nation. Meaning many of you made she felt like she was your mother, something your life. It was she respected the show, and she respected you when you felt it. Look I could go on for a long time today..
"president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Washington. Russian President Putin says his country will target the United States with new weapons if the US stations intermediate range missiles in Europe and PR's Lucian Kim reports Putin said Russia is ready to react to any new US missile deployments in his annual address to the Russian parliament, President Putin accused the United States of abandoning the IMF treaty which bans medium range missiles that can reach their targets in a matter of minutes. Putin said Russia's developing a number of hypersonic weapons with reduced flight times to match any medium range missiles, the US might base in Europe Moscow's ready for arms control negotiations with Washington. Putin said but won't knock on closed doors anymore. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow on the eve of an unprecedented. Vatican summit on clerical sexual misconduct abuse survivors are calling to press their demands directly with the pope NPR, Sylvia. Poggioli reports that summit organizers Matt twelve survivors for more than two hours and expressed thanks for their advice scores of victims of sex abuse. From around the world are gathering in Rome to make their voices heard at the global summit many expressed frustration that pope Francis did not turn up at a meeting with five organizers Peter is spokesman for the group and clergy abuse said he and the others demanded that by Monday, the church will have adopted zero tolerance make it a universal law by the end of the summit in charge a few sexually assaulted a child at any time. All right on Tuesday. You're no longer appraise other survivors feared the three day summit won't produce new regulations on abuse. But will be mostly an educational experience for bishops in denial. They clerical. Sex-abuse occurs in their countries. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. President Trump told reporters today that without a trail trade deal with the European Union. The US will impose tariffs on European car imports on Wall Street at the close the Dow up sixty three points. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm David I New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the latest round of winter weather could make a mass of the evening commute Murphy delivered a storm update this afternoon and asked workers to leave early if possible to ease what could be a rough commute. The snow is expected to turn into a wintry mix during the evening rush-hour, a state of emergency took effect in New Jersey this morning and a travel advisory is also in effect for New York City officials are encouraging commuters to use mass transit thousands of police officers from New York City and around the country attended funeral services this morning for the NYPD detective who was shot and killed in crossfire last week. Forty two year old Brian Simonson was fatally shot while responding to an attempted robbery. In queens, awake was also held last night in Hampton bays Long Island. Police Commissioner James O'Neill posthumously promoted Simonsen to detective first grade. He said all police can do is keep serving people Brian's memory. When we pick up where he left off we won't ever finish his work. But the respect is any effort in hearing a call for help and answering it Simonson spent his nineteen year career at the one hundred second precinct. He is survived by his wife and mother when freshman state Senator Andrew gone Ardis ran for office last year against incumbent Marty golden for a south Brooklyn district. He was critical of golden for funnelling hundreds of thousands of dollars to a catering hall owned by his own family. Now artists wants to make that kind of self dealing illegal or saying enough is enough time has come here in New York to close this loophole and to prohibit people from being bad actors and really enriching themselves at the cost of doing the public good. He's introduced a Bill. He calls the golden rule after his predecessor, according to campaign finance records. Golden who couldn't be reached for comment spent more than eight hundred thousand dollars at a catering hall. He and his family owned.
"president putin" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Over the weekend. New Jersey Senator Corey Booker became the latest democrat to jump into the race. And one thing that sets book apart is that unlike every president going back one hundred fifty years, he's not married. Although now, he says that could change US Senator and twenty twenty presidential hopeful Cory Booker confirmed. He has a girlfriend during a radio appearance yesterday. The rumor mill has the New Jersey Democrat, supposedly dating actress Rosario Dawson, neither of them have confirmed the relationship if Goker wins the twenty twenty election he'd be the third bachelor ever elected to the White House declared president I'm dating somebody really special. Got a boo. I e must not read the blog Charlemagne. Wow. Curry book has a booth who is she. And also who still says, boo? How old are these guys? What are you doing Charlemagne? Everyone knows that boo was replaced by bay. All right. And eventually bay will be replaced by them about. Okay. That's how it works. I'll be honest, I hope corey's relationship last. But at the same time, I didn't think it would be really dope to have a single president. Yeah. Saves taxpayer money. No first lady person Christmases going to be fun. Although I don't know if America wants to invite foreign dignitaries to a White House where single guy lives like the Japanese Prime minister will walk in like is there. I can sit on all my bad men's clothes onto the floor. Close down. You could sit anywhere. Plus, I don't know if you want the president dealing with dating issues while he's in office. He'll be meeting with Putin, President Putin. I have one question for you this girl, and I would messaging for like a week. And then she ghosted me. Like, do you think I should drop her? It'd be like thri one more message. But the kills you something play for like if you don't respond poison your family. Yes. Winky fast, always use Winky face. Because the way they know you might be joking. But could also be serious. One. I fun time other I closed. Now, even though there's a ready two hundred Democrats running for president. There are still a few big names who haven't announced yet and yesterday one of those big names gave an update about his thinking, former congressman better or teasing possible run for the White House. He told Ofra during the taping of TV special that help make a decision by the end of the month on whether he will run if I can play somebody in helping the country to do that. Okay. By god. I'm gonna do it. Okay. By God winner, you gonna know the answer. Serious answer is really soon. Is is is really seen before the end of this month? No Beto, we need to know. Now time is running up. There's only twenty one months before the election. Seriously. The why does everyone keep pressuring candidates to announce or like people push these people into the race? And then everyone wanted to why the campaign lost so long and cost fifty billion dollars. It's genuinely such an American thing like Americans early for everything you lineup for movie premieres hours in advance. You wait overnight for the new iphone you guys even show up to sporting events early. And then you leave the game early. So you can beat the traffic and get home early because you've got to get to work early. We don't do this in Africa. We don't care. I remember one time. I went to a sporting event. I bent down to pick up something when I got up all the white people are gone. I was like what? Yeah. We're not trying to be early in Africa. My mom just sent me a Christmas card yesterday for twenty seventeen..
"president putin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"President Putin withdraws. I'm Christopher cruise Virginia. Governor Ralph north is under increasing pressure to resign today. But he's begun pushing back a website published a racist photo that was said to be of him from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Correspondent Dan merica is in Richmond where protests are underway. This morning. The governor will make a statement later today. He has told Democrats in the state that he has no recollection of taking the photo almost every democratic state lawmaker the state legislative black caucus the state house and Senate Democratic caucuses have all called on northern to resign Friday northern apologized, but he now appears to be preparing to walk that back. Vladimir Putin this morning announced Russia will withdraw from the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear treaty is decision coming the day. After the US said it would withdraw from the treaty in six months, alleging Russian violations. Correspondent Oren Lieberman in Moscow this morning in the photo in question. One person is in black face. That's regarding Ralph Northam, another is wearing a full Ku Klux Klan uniform travelling in New York City is more expensive today than it was yesterday because of new congestion pricing and services. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. New York age to President Trump say he plans to focus on area. Where he can compromise with Democrats when he gives his state of the union speech Tuesday night. He is not expected to talk much about the government shutdown or on the February fifteenth deadline to make a budget deal should parents be allowed to exempt their children from vaccinations. The question is again being asked after at least forty two people contracted measles in recent weeks in Washington and Oregon, there could be more than a dozen other cases state legislators are now considering removing from the law a provision that allows parents to.
"president putin" Discussed on World News Analysis
"However, how far this is related to Russian President Putin and his administration is still not very clear and also how is this operation directly related to the Russian the Trump campaign and are they coordinate with each other. And that's still in doubt. So I think the final report of molar must prove that those people he has been charged in American court is directly related to the Trump campaign. So that people would have would believe that there is a case against the president President Trump himself, by the way, I mean. There are meetings between Russians and the Trump campaign. However, whether or not Trump himself new about the meeting and also directed his son and his as to participate in the meeting in order to get information against Clinton, Hillary Clinton. And that is still not clear, so we're still it was still have to wait for the final report from Muller. Thank you to gel, high research, fellow was Chinese Academy of social sciences. Thank you for joining us this evening, come you up you as investigators U N investigators arrive in Turkey to probe to shock you murder. You're listening to today. I'm joing stay with us. Advocate speaker with the day. I feel very much grateful for providing jumps for me to communicate the world and China's progress in China's accomplishment and also China's switch cultural heritage. And of course, China's desire to integrated delve into the international community. I believe today. Open the window as well as built bridge between people in China and the world..