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Sean Davis: Hunter Biden Got His Money Thanks to Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

Sean Davis: Hunter Biden Got His Money Thanks to Joe Biden

"What is illegal Is to do it while engaging in political activities and not acknowledging it via this process is fair a thing You can't you can't prosecute Mike Flynn for this or try it and then leave him out of the guy is the president of the United States I mean how is the media has no one asked this question Hey so listen to any of these documents of anything to do with your son's multi-million dollar deals there and did any of that influence Biden's decision making his vice president or president That's the question Right and that's what's interesting about Hunter Biden It's not that people on the right are obsessed with hunter they're just trying to get after Biden Hunter himself for a whole host of reasons is not a particularly impressive guy And a lot of it is actually kind of tragic how he's been enabled and all that But the issue is this is a guy who has no business earning the kind of money and having the kind of meetings and access that he had on his own based on his own experience and abilities Like just nobody will argue that he got the brief contract because he's a great Ukrainian energy expert This guy is getting all this money and getting all of this deals because of who his dad is I mean at one point he was representing the spy chief of China Patrick co a guy who's under indictment He was doing stuff I believe with the context with pipeline stuff there with burisma It's kind of a problem especially given everything we were told about Don Junior and all that To see what hunter was doing if Don Junior had done a percent of what we know hunter did based on verifiable documents and facts he would have been in prison for 500 years and yet we see hundred doing this stuff and nobody in the press corps even asked a single question about it Like hey those documents they found in your garage next to your vet that we have pictures of him driving Did those have to do with stuff that hunter was lobbying on That's not a hard question to ask and yet nobody will ask it

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"press corps" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"press corps" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"ABC world news. I'm Ryan Harris with state lawmakers plans to tighten gun laws and arguments from those against them. Eliminating the pink tax a bill moves forward in Olympia to get rid of what sponsors say is gender based pricing in everyday products. From ABC News. I'm Daria alberger no comment, it's something The White House press corps is hearing a lot lately with an investigation into President Biden's alleged mishandling of classified documents underway. After the president initially said he was surprised that his staff found classified documents, it's been silent since. We are not going to comment. We are not going to politically interfere. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre saying President Biden will not influence any Justice Department investigation that he's cooperating and that unlike former president Trump had no need for a search warrant to turn over what they found, and he failed ABC News Washington. The White House did a full court press welcome for the Golden State Warriors. These players, their coaches, and this entire organization, consistently stand for the principles of equity, equality, and justice. Who is president Harris on the team's advocacy, the team also won four NBA titles at 7 years. The Supreme Court's hearing the appeal of Estrella, Santo zakaria, a transgender woman from Guatemala, whose request for U.S. Amnesty was rejected. A majority of the justices seemed receptive to giving miss Santos zakarias a second chance in federal court to make her claims to possibly get asylum, certainly the Supreme Court isn't going to grant that, but it did appear like when the decision comes down sometime in June perhaps that she might get a second shot. ABC's Devin dwyer, the husband of missing Massachusetts mother Anna Walsh is due in court tomorrow. Brian Walsh is now charged with her murder. Investigators in California think they know who they're looking for in the murders of a family of 7. We do believe that we are in the search for two known suspects. Potentially a third in an escape vehicle, but we don't know that to be true. Sheriff Mike boudreaux stocks close lower today the Dow falling almost 400 points, you're listening to ABC News. News

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WH Press Corp Locked Out of Naomi Biden's Wedding, Except for Vogue

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 2 months ago

WH Press Corp Locked Out of Naomi Biden's Wedding, Except for Vogue

"White House press corps, you know, they were righteously indicted and they fired off a letter. They were demanding access to The White House wedding, Haram Haram. And the Biden said, nope, can't do it. It's a private event. Yes, a private event at the people's house, I might add. So you might imagine everyone's surprise when the latest edition of Vogue magazine comes out and guess who got exclusive footage of the Biden wedding. That's right folks, Vogue magazine. And they did a huge photo spread and they did a lavish write up, talking about all of the cakes and the desserts and the food and the dresses. Whatnot. And grace baker, you know what's interesting is, and all of these Vogue magazine photos. Yes. I'm not seeing too many of miss Naomi with grandpa Joe. No. Can I just say the Vogue cover is a little creepy to me because it's got the bride. Sprawled out her dress is beautiful. It looks rather sexual. I'm getting to that. So she's like laying across the couch and then about the couch. Thank you. And then you've got Jill Biden. You would think it would be the husband behind her, right? Embracing her. It's interesting the hair. It's her own mother and it looks like she's sniffing her hair. It's really creepy. Grandma is sniffing the hand. And grandma's dress is a little short there. A little provocative. Just a little for, you know, that sort of a thing. I might want to close those legs together, misses doctor First Lady Joe Biden. I mean, again, I get it. The bidens, but I'm like, where's the husband? Nobody

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Tudor Dixon: Press Corp Fails to Fact-Check Gretchen Whitmer

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Tudor Dixon: Press Corp Fails to Fact-Check Gretchen Whitmer

"You know she's very deceptive tutor Gretchen Whitmer I watch your debate you did a fantastic job you are not some career politician You did amazing She just lied though At one point she rather condescendingly turned to the camera then suggested that kids in Michigan were only out of school for three months Well tutor that's just simply a lie How the fact checkers weren't all over that I mean the evidence was everywhere Lansing Detroit schools were closed for three and four times that length She's the one that did this She did nothing to fight to keep kids back in school Nothing at all And we have such a miserable press corps in the state of Michigan They won't even fact check this It's so ridiculous but it did honestly people across the state went you've got to be kidding me And I think what the way you said it is so right because she stood up there and she smirked and out of the side of her mouth She said our schools were closed for three months And people have come to me and said how could you possibly look in the camera and say that to people who have had the kind of scores that we've had come back recently Michigan is in the bottom ten for education in the nation We've dropped several points We have had we just got the nape test back and it said that our fourth and 8th graders are so far behind that in some cases they believe that we've lost three decades of reading progress in the state of Michigan And the bizarre thing is you have these little activist journalists that don't understand what that means I had this woman say to me you know you really hung up on third grade reading And I said yeah pretty much And she goes don't you think there are just some third graders that aren't going to learn to read and I said which one

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Ari Fleischer: When Has Biden Admin Not Tried to Refine Something?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Ari Fleischer: When Has Biden Admin Not Tried to Refine Something?

"No better time for the book The book is about media bias how they lie now Nobody knows better than you how they do it because you were at the press podium as a press secretary for The White House Dealing with this I'm sure the book addresses your experiences there but we're seeing this now and I'm wondering from your professional perspective having done this actual job one of the few people who have I don't get the benefit they get out of going up to the podium and trying to redefine recession I think at this point they're just making people angry Am I reading this wrong I mean you were in the room with some of these conversations Am I seeing this wrong Well let me put this but what has the Biden administration not try to redefine A border that's wide open they say is closed Inflation that's running wild they call transitory A president who won't want to reelection says that he will run for reelection And now they tell us a recession is not a recession They also told us that the Taliban would never overtake the Afghan army Every judgment that man has is a wrong judgment He's just lucky he's got The White House press corps to deal with otherwise he'd be really unpopular

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Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

"A new marker yesterday gas is hit $4 a gallon in all 50 states. In California, $6 and 29 cents a gallon for regular. I'm thinking about someone stuck on the 55 and the 91 coming in from Marino valley over to the coast or someone coming down from Santa Barbara or the one O one into LA and certainly those very long commutes up into the city or Silicon Valley, $6 and 29 cents a gallon. You know, yesterday, Joe Biden invoked the defense production act for baby formula to make it easier to make baby formula. I think he should invoke the defense production act to make more gasoline. Does anyone ask him that in the press corps I'll ask Michael to share that. You know, it was a big deal. The DNP, the DPA, defense production act for baby formula. Why not the DPA for gasoline?

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Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

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How Donald Trump Exposed Editorial Bias

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

How Donald Trump Exposed Editorial Bias

"Right, thanks for joining us. Hey, look, I just talked to Bernard Goldberg. Just maybe about a week ago or so. Author of the seminal book bias. And in that book, he argued at the time that editorial bias was not deliberate, it was just baked in because the viewpoints of so many editors were just informed by liberal groupthink. I speaking to him last week, he is, he says, that was true then, but now it's a deliberate choice to manipulate news for a particular political viewpoint. Is that what you see as well, Ari? 100%. Look, I started as a press secretary on Capitol Hill in the 80s, and everybody knew that the press corps was liberal. They tried to be objective. It was part of their mission to be objective. And they were dedicated to it. That has faded out and away. And it really took Donald Trump to do it.

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The White House Press Corps Has Been Pressing Jen Psaki

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 11 months ago

The White House Press Corps Has Been Pressing Jen Psaki

"And I do not want this to be etched as part of my epithet mister producer In the last 24 48 or so hours the media have done a pretty good job of covering this war I'm not talking about the fraudulent journalists Who basically are opinion makers dressed up as news people I'm not talking about that What I'm saying is The White House press corps has done a pretty good job Of questioning Psaki And I wonder to encourage them to keep it up Now I know they won't Particularly as the election gets closer I know they won't particularly if Donald Trump decides to run for president So I don't want to be a Marxist No no I wrote a whole book on this I know what I think and I say what I think But if you look at the last 24 to 48 hours what I'm saying is they've done a pretty decent job of pressing Psaki It's not that I'm sitting here watching the entire press conference But pieces of it They've done a pretty good job I just wish they would remain that way throughout but they

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'My Guess Is He Will Move In': Biden Predicts Russia Will Invade Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

'My Guess Is He Will Move In': Biden Predicts Russia Will Invade Ukraine

"What was the major takeaway of this entire press conference? Where Joe Biden half threatened Putin, but at the same time, it's like, well, it depends what he does, and he's probably going to do something. We have that sound racist. He's probably going to do something. He said something of that variation. He said, yeah, look, he's probably going to invade in some way, shape or form. Yeah, you know, only I wish Joe Biden was so concerned about the invasion of America. Isn't it telling? And I just want you to think about this and maybe you're listening to this and you support a ground war with Russia. Maybe you think that it would be wonderful for the American project to have a hot war with what probably top 5 military on the planet. I want you to think deeply though why is it the entire press corps? Relentlessly asked questions about whether Putin is going to invade Russia and yet no one seems to care about 2 million people invaded America across our southern border this last year. Why is that? Now, I am no fan of most Republicans, however, I will tell you one thing that strong Republicans are for. I'm going to answer Joe Biden's question. Play cut 69. I did not anticipate that there'd be such a stalwart effort to make sure that the most important thing was that President Biden didn't get anything done. Think about this. What did Republicans for? What are they for? Maybe one thing they're for. I will, the constitution, most of them actually care about the constitution. And I know you love freedom and want the defendant, and I know you love the constitution, unlike Joe Biden, and we just answered his question. Joe

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Biden Should Not Run Again — and He Should Say He Won't

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Biden Should Not Run Again — and He Should Say He Won't

"President Biden made some comments and I want you just to hear this, so you'll understand that The New York Times column that I'm about to share with you. I'm worried about families and elderly grandparents and what their lives are at stake. Everyone, everyone, everyone is a little harder. So, you know, so mom can can walk out without having out of our porch without worrying about following can take care of herself, can be left alone. They're going to keep working to pay the bills. What is he talking about? Whose grandma has fallen off the porch? Who is that? I mean, it's like every single day with this guy. Every single day. You don't know what's coming out of that mouth. As a matter of fact yesterday, he was supposed to deliver a speech in front of the press corps and did not do it. They pre taped it and edited that speech, and the reason why is Biden was off his meds. And he could not. He couldn't put together a coherent sentence. I mean, here he is going on about grandma, following off the porch. So The New York Times published a column from their economist Bret Stephens. And Brad Stevens is urging Biden not to run again. He says Biden should not run again and he should say he won't. Stevens was, or is a conservative and a strong critic of Donald Trump. He argued that Biden's age, as well as his seemingly uneven cognitive state. Needed to be candidly discussed because it wasn't healthy for him his office, the Democratic Party or the country to remain in limbo about what to do if he decides not to run. Stephen says it would be liberating for Biden's presidency if he announced he would not run, and that it would energize a currently listless Democratic Party.

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Press Sec. Ignores Questions About President Biden's Health

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Press Sec. Ignores Questions About President Biden's Health

"Last night, Brett received a couple of questions about the president's health, which of course he did not respond to because it would be speculative, but he did point to an exchange between Jen Psaki and Brian Karim from Friday, which I want to play for you. Perhaps you were there. Cut number 16. He will. You don't have an update for you, but will soon. I promise he's Kelly asked about this all the time. So she throws Kelly O'Donnell under the bus for asking about the president's health daily and Bryan gets, don't worry, we'll get back to you. What do you know about this? I actually wasn't even aware that the president hadn't done the annual health release thing. Yeah. I mean, what I know about it is just what I've experienced in the briefing room for the past being there on and off to the past 7 or 8 months, which is that we in the press corps have continued to ask when is it going to happen and sake has continued to say repeatedly, it will happen. He is going to have the sort of regular presidential checkup that all presidents have. And it hasn't happened yet. And what to sort of make of it is sort of unclear. I mean, I think one of the things that I believe is a reporter and as a reporter who's covered The White House for almost 11 plus years is that I think it's important for presidents all presidents to be transparent about their health about what is going right and wrong with their health because frankly, they're the ultimate servant to the American people. And the American people deserve to know if there are issues. What those issues are and what the president is doing to take care of them. And so as a reporter, I think Kelly O'Donnell is doing exactly what she should be doing, which is to regularly ask. Others of us have done the same. And I think we'll keep doing

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"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"By the way he lost. Dnc pelosi is not going to be speaker of the house. After this year. She's done. You helped the democrats get elected. They're going to have somebody even worse than pelosi speaker of the house. The democrats pick up a few more seats in the senate. They're going to get rid of the filibuster. And then they'll make puerto rico estate and they'll make washington dc estate and they will pass the for the people act they will destroy this country. Why does president trump want that. Maybe we're suppose taking seriously not literally but you take him seriously de stay home next year. You're supposed to help him. You're supposed to help republicans you don't put swastikas in your profile picks. 'cause then you're going to be liability for the candidate and you don't stay home if you feel like i'm heckling. You amuse the whom he could. You hurt my feelings will then urinating. You should be voting in the first place but for donald trump to come out and tell you to stay home and just let the democrats have it. It's almost like he. He needs the republicans lose so that he can say yes see it really was stolen because if republicans lynn win in twenty twenty two it makes it less likely that twenty twenty was stolen if the democrats they could stop him but they can't stop the gop of roll really. They can't. i thought he was the most formidable force. I guess he needs it to keep the mythology alive but you know what if you want to keep the country alive. You're gonna go vote republican next year and not stay home and the choices all yours and you got a year to decide but you better decide right because these elections you see the democrats trying to get rid of filibuster. The only thing holding them back is mentioned in cinema. The republicans have a really good shot at picking up the senate and stopping it. So the choices years choices also yours to ensure thunderstorm air purifier listened. Cold and flu season is coming. I am actually in line to get the booster shot the four the vaccine and then i gotta get the flu shot and my doctor was kind enough to tell me he was totally fine with be spacing them out over a few days. So i'll do it. But also you wanna clear the air and get rid of mold in the middle do in poland and the viruses and the cold spores the bacteria that are floating your ear. You should consider the pure thunderstorm. The pure thunderstorm is an air purifier. that has filterless. it doesn't use chemicals. It uses a lot of the same technology you and you.

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"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"So are you going to stay home next year. Or is this one of those issues where we're supposed to take the president seriously not literally historically the party in the white house loses the midterm elections. The data right now shows that republicans have momentum in iowa on tuesday. it was a special election. you can only read so much special elections but it's really notable that all these special elections keep going the republicans way in an iowa state house seat on tuesday night in a seat that has been democrat for twenty years. The republicans picked it up. Republicans the woman to virginia is not a purple state. Virginia is not a swing state. Virginia is a blue state. Lynn young the republican may win it are republicans going throw away twenty twenty two because donald trump told them to stay home. If he didn't get his way. Are you going to do. What president trump wants you to do or are you going to stop the left. It is nonsensical to me that donald trump would wish for the democrats to win it. All is even thinking about this if the democrats would at all you know. In addition to the judges they can continue to pursue the agenda against him. Because they think he's gonna run again in twenty twenty four. They want to do everything. They give stopping. They want audits. They want investigations. They want prosecutions. They're really hoping that. The district attorney in fulton county georgia. Where there's a criminal investigation open into donald trump. that she will proceed prosecute him. Does he really want. Stacy abrams to be the governor of georgia if the prosecutor in georgia decides to prosecute as you really wanna abrahams to be in charge i realize. Sometimes he's rationing just says these things off the top of his head. I'm not concerned about trump. because trump is trump. i'm concerned about the simple minded fools. Who do whatever he says. You can be offended that i just said simple-minded fools but you and i all know there are out there who have donald trump told him to jump off a bridge. Today they would do it. I assume there have small minority but look at the people who are allied with vernon jones in georgia vernon jones is clown show comedy hour from. Dekalb county georgia. He was a pro abortion democrat until earlier this year..

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"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Wasn't stolen. there were regularity. There were problems. The republicans got out maneuvered in courtrooms. They got out lawyered by the democrats. They left the republicans off the table. They didn't allow the republican lawyers. Been ginsberg's of the world to pursue election strategy forum note that they went with cleese o'shaughnessy the dui lawyer from podunk alabama to be their legal chief legal strategist with rudy giuliani. And and i my pillow guy. They could have done a better job there. They screwed it up and now they gotta lie about it. But it's not the big lie and every reporter who calls it. The big lie is calling republicans nazis and most of them know it and they don't care and they will just fester this problem and build resentment in destroy their own credibility and one day. They wonder why no one listens to them. And we're almost at that point now and it will be because they brought it on themselves by calling half of this country nazis and not thinking a second thought about it. Hi there the full number if you wanna be. Part of the show is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I've done well today. I ordered flowers from my wife in advance for twenty first anniversary. I'm taking her to dinner tonight. Casual not fancy a friend of mine from washington. Sin as a gift card table in maine so i'll have to take up there at some point soon. Twenty one years. You'll know so when we first got married. We married october fourteenth the year two thousand. That's why not twenty one years really easy. just wait. y'all wait until the year. What twenty twenty one hundred to get married and it'll be real easy to figure out but we knew right after we got married. Christie is gonna have to have a double mastectomy and so she did in january of two thousand one and it was far more extensive than we ever imagined in. There was a time where i was having to to carry her about a bed just to get her to the bathroom because she all her chest muscle was gone and she was in so much pain. She couldn't get yourself in a bed at night in a few months after that She had wind up sleep in the guest bedroom. Because i was snoring so bad and turns out. I had a deviated septum and some other problems. Why i'd have nasal reconstruction. This was for six months of marriage. All it was something. I was having to buy two half gallons of milk. Because she didn't have the strength to hold up a gallon of milk after her mastectomy. And i mean that's that's how we started life together and along the way we've had two wonderful kids but my sixteen year old. She's got her car And a deer ran out last night at hitter. There's big dent out of the car and life has just given us all sorts of twists and turns The week before..

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"press corps" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That was the focus of the work during the day. And I went out the media. The press corps that live and work in the Pentagon had to evacuate with most other people, and they are people. A couple of my deputies moved them up the hillside to a gas station and use that as the briefing group and after a briefing room And I went out there a couple of times during the day just to give what information I could. We're trying very hard not to put out inaccurate or misleading information. But we decided late afternoon we wanted the secretary and the chairman of Joint Chiefs and then Senator John Warner and Senator Levin. To brief the American people on what had happened, what was being done and what the plan was going forward. And I think that was a very important important moment time because it was the first major communication to the American people. About what had happened what the military was doing to prevent further attacks and respond appropriately. So I think that was the next big moment of the day. One final question for you. Following the September 11th attacks, everything changes within the Department of Defense. The priorities the work you do, nothing would ever be the same. Was that understood in the moment? Or did it take time for everyone to realize that? Yes, I don't think we realized at the time. And it's I. It sounds odd. But in the many months leading up to 9 11, we were trying to tell everybody Congress, the American people, others. That the world had changed the kinds of threats we're facing changed and we really have to transform the military. So it was a 21st century military, not one prepared for 20th century 20th century conflict. And it was a hard case to make right But we're good reason. Sadly, 9 11 really drove that point home. So that literally the next morning we were probably in the building till about one. Most people went home for a few hours and came back and first thing the next morning secretary said. Look, course we're number one focus, preventing further attacks Number two. Preparing and executing response Number three. We really have to continue to press on the case. For transformation. So that was it was almost a three part focused nonstop for the next year or so. Tori Clarke, former assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, under then Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Tory thank you so much for joining us and sharing your firsthand experience at the Pentagon on 9 11. We really appreciate it. Well, thank you for focus on hope you take care and stay.

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Media Cannot Forgive Biden for Lying About Afghanistan's Real Threats

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Media Cannot Forgive Biden for Lying About Afghanistan's Real Threats

"It. We cannot have a president who lies to us like this. We cannot have the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who participates in this We cannot. We must not We can't believe a damn thing that comes out of his mouth or Millie's mouth or Austin's mouth of the secretary of state, the national security advisor. They needed to change perceptions that the Taliban's rapid advance whether it's true or not. Whether it's true or not. And again say what you will about This president who ran off with God knows how much money in Afghanistan, he said. We're losing their overrunning us. There are foreign fighters pouring into our country 10 to 15,000. From Afghanistan. How combined didn't say that in his speech today. They didn't tell a single reporter day in and day out at the Pentagon with this guy, Kirby Day in and day out at the State Department that this guy price day in and day out with pus sake. What? General Milley? What General? This in general, that not a word. Now, let's see how the media react to this. The AP. Reuters port reported. It Let's see how the AP response I noticed, the AP reported. The Defense Department always says Well, thank you for being here. She says this to the generals, the secretary. What do you mean? Thank you for being here, dummy. Let's see how the White House Press Corps response to this We need to get this behind us. And at the same time we deserve props, you know?

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The Biden Administration Knew of the ISIS Threat Ahead of Airport Terror Attacks

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

The Biden Administration Knew of the ISIS Threat Ahead of Airport Terror Attacks

"Breaking news out of kabul the vitamin ministration new of the isis threat ahead of these attacks isis of course claiming responsibility for the attacks that led to thirteen slain u s servicemembers. Nothing would surprise me at this point after watching that debacle yesterday. The white house if winged monkeys came down right now out of the sky and spirited me out of this studio. I would be less surprised i would. I just want to know what their names are wouldn't surprise me. Nothing surprises me anymore. Even even biden standing there. Saying i've been instructed. I've been instructed to who to ask to to call on. I've been instructed you're supposed to be the leader of the free world. You're supposed to be the leader of what cut is that. This is unreal. He stood there and said ladies and gentlemen game you list here. Refers is destructive to call with camera. Download embassy you were given a list where you put gave you those restrictions carmela. Who's telling you whose instructing you who you are allowed to call on in the media least takes at least you took some questions. He hadn't been doing that much lately. I mean peter dude. He even called on peter doocy which was a pretty interesting exchange. Where biden said. I want to call on the most interesting guy in the press corps. Here was the extreme president. There had not been a us. Servicemember killed in combat in afghanistan since february of twenty twenty. You set a deadline. You pulled troops out. You sent troops back in and out. Twelve marines are dead. You said the buck stops with you. Do you bear any responsibility for the way that things have unfolded in the last two weeks. I bear responsibility for fundamentally all the happened of late. Here's the deal you know. I wish you one day say these things you know as well as i do that a former president made a deal with the taliban he we get all american forces out of afghanistan by may one in return. The commitment was made and that was a year before in return. He was given a commitment that the taliban would continue to attack others but would not attack any american forces you mean. President trump was protecting americans really. That's terrible what an evil monster. Trump was president of the united states. You mean he was protecting american servicemen and women betcha. There's thirteen american families grieving today. Who wished the same happened from the forty. Six president of the united

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The Tides Are Turning Against Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

The Tides Are Turning Against Biden

"Big front page above the fold cover of usa today. Who is responsible for this catastrophe. Who is responsible. Well we start with the by administration but then you can go down the list and say well who put the bite administration in power and i keep getting these cautiously optimistic notes from people saying is he gonna run is coming back. Is he going to be back in. Twenty twenty four. Are we going to get. I mean we had four years. Yes there was media hysteria. I was thinking about something that that That goofy nicole wallace said on. Msnbc the other day one of the one of the sycophants who is desperately trying to spin the disaster of of a speech that biden gave and she said ninety. Five percent of the press corps will criticize biden speech but ninety five percent of americans agreed with it. And it hit me. I was thinking about this last night. That was the trump era ninety. Five percent of the media was determined to destroy the trump presidency but a vast majority of americans were grateful for the robust economy for building a wall along the border for respect given to the military to law enforcement to the rule of law and this change is happening

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"A polar bear club polar bear polar bear clubs really good bad second double dip double the second. What if we just get down from polar bear to bear o Bear has won the homerun derby for the second time. Bear second straight so obvious accurate. Time is who bears to baron or a ban getting close it. Bears has bears resemblance. Bears mentioned bears bears. I want this is for emphasis. David at bears wait. Did i just say it or no. It bears think so it bears it. Bears repeating. oh gosh. That's so air bears repeating. That's so good gettleman. Idiot slow today i that was that was a really good. One is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production. Magic by erica. survey We got a big week next week. Our next book books has really will be about david. Halberstam's the breaks of the game. This is not going to go. The way of biden's digital divide for all you hard hardcore press box fans will know. What can we say that we did. Biden's digital divide a digital divide and send all the hardcore fans into the archives trying to find if you can find the segment where we actually did joe biden's digital divide we will. We will thank you on this podcast. Plus david a special guests. Leon nayef occur old friend. Creator of the fiasco podcast and slow-burn before that will join us to talk about his new pod on benghazi. Can we get leon to contribute to the bookshelf. The book show building conversation too because he was a he had that bookshelf. I guarantee you. Leon was leon. Like i can't guarantee had it on that. I was at his house but he he witnessed he saw these bookshelves alongside us for years and years. But when i emailed him the other day i said yeah we're going to relive all the paris review parties You know from that era and wrote me back and said he went to one the other day so everything about benghazi politics the media and what a paris review party is like today from leon plus more lukewarm. Takes about the media. See you later babe cla ryan..

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"It sounded like baid baid. Yeah i don't think there's a lot to deliver wasn't being particularly deliberate in either direction when someone told me. When i saw the tweet about it i should say. I didn't realize there was a controversy when it was all the sweeter bed. I said yeah sure. I said like like that definitely did that. Here's the thing first of all. I've found myself prior to this. Now i call like everybody in my house babe right because it's somewhere between summer between my wife babe and like just the you know having a baby who i referred to as a baby and then some additional general affection. I have everybody here. There's a lot of words that are interchangeable. That aren't you know. I definitely call my twelve year old by nicknames that in a vacuum might be variable. Hurries off or whatever. But it's just like we all just sort of interchangeable. whatever so. I've noticed myself doing that. I think i'm sure we'll be recording. I know exactly what was going on my wife and and probably some number of the children were like walking in and out of the house behind me because we were vacation. And i was like my i was already moving on to whatever we were as a family were about to do as soon as i stopped recording the podcast so i was you know that was probably addressing. The sort of spirit of of my wife as she walked by. But that said. I don't want that to come across as me having any less love for you brian as the members of my family. You're definitely in the baid category as i've broadened it. You're very nice and i would i. You can call me whatever you want. You and i have known each other for fourteen years literally. I think you and i are also in like twelve year old son nickname zone. If we looked at the things we call each other when we were roommates In new york and the all days it would be really really weird. Somebody had a funny third says. I think david got caught on the air between brian. And dude that's al baid came out of your mouth. That definitely could be the case too. But i do think i mean. I do think. I do a lot of babe. It's david. shoemaker guesses. These strained pun headline all right to friday's goes headline about the july. Fourth end of pandemic travel scene was planes strains and automobiles. Today's headline comes from michael salerno. It's rem newsday out there on long island. The occasion was the mets. Pete alonzo winning the homerun derby for the second year in a row. It might be helpful. David to know that alonzo's nickname is polar bear polar bear Was newsday's strained pun headline God okay pete. Alonzo polar bear He won.

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"All right more in the notebook dump. This drew kaczynski. What are your olympic. Viewing plans excuse me and are your kids excited about the olympics. I'm sort of at the plano about you. But mike i'm this is the one where i'm teaching my kids. What the olympics are. Yeah yeah. I know on this question. No two and a half year. Old's not excited the twelve year old. You know not excited about anything doesn't involve olympics of video game controller the But no i mean i i. I've been pretty. I haven't actually thought too much about it. You know. I've watched a little bit of stuff online. Whatever but i'm kind of interested to see to experience how we experience this. I'm i'm excited to see how big of a deal it is because it's definitely a different landscape than than the usual. Feel like one part of the olympics is you don't a lot of sporting events sort of are much better if you've watched everything for a year and then you come in. Certainly that like helps with the olympics but the olympics will be like the ncaa tournament where you can just arrive and the people who do the tv coverage. No you're just arriving so they're doing a lot of scene setting for you and storytelling for you. Like here's who this is and over the course of the olympics. You can get really into people that you may not have known a ton of belly rocher. Byles is right but like there's they're going to be people that will become stars. So yeah i'm one of the things like i cannot say that i have spent a ton of time. Remember this was supposed to be last year The olympics either last year or this year like thinking too much about this but when it starts i will be very excited. This is. jj w.'s. Question how is nbc. Gonna handle the human interest olympic stories pertinent to japan. Will it be mostly covered related. I don't know if i see carillo going to some whimsical four hundred year. Old noodle shop like she might have in a normal olympics. A good question right because it's like is going to be to some extent a huge story the olympics. We don't have spectators at the olympics. So how do you program all those kind of fun stories around the olympics that you would normally have. Is it going to be about how. Japan battled covert how they're coping with the pandemic. That kind of thing. Are we talking about like like the hosts host city pacific or host country specific or just all the human interest stories about the the site right about the city the host city. I mean i find it hard to imagine that except in extreme examples of personal tragedy and plate that almost every per like human story about an athlete they find it hard to imagine. They won't heavily feature fit right. I mean is there. Except like i said except in extreme examples the most the most significant thing that happened to just about every athlete is having to postpone their training order reset in date reset the target the competition date in their training schedule. Like that's got that's that's that would be the biggest story in any single athlete's life rate and having all of them so is that going to feel like they're kind of like you know this is like the same song fiftieth verse at some point watching it. Maybe but you know maybe that unites it kind of makes the storytelling coalescence certain way. Now when it comes to just general like no other human interest stories. I don't know. I mean i think that the real i think there is a sort of all united by what we've been through the past year but i think that will be a pretty significant effort on nbc's part to make this feel lake olympics as usual right so maybe we will spend more time in. They'll noodle shops than we expect to. You know maybe they will find ways to make. It seem just sort of to make it sort of feel normal. I actually think you wrote the media column in the first part of that answer which is absolutely the pandemic is the is the topic but we will be put into the human interest story of the athlete. Having to overcome the olympic pause. All their dreams were put on hold for a year or other dreams are put on hold. Is the greatest hook for any single dad. David just did it they. nbc sports. David has is calling right now. Because they would like you to feed mike to rico some stuff during the olympics. You just solved the whole problem. All awesome down. Tight i talk. Let's hope they acknowledge me. Otherwise all my dreams will be put on david's olympic rings or put on hold yet again. This one comes from l. Horse david and it is about letters to the editor. This surfaced on twitter the other day. I'm going to be careful here. This is a letter about boris johnson. And i think i think we will. We will get the point here. This is a letter from the editor. Tony mabote from rather ham south yorkshire writing to the guardian. And here we go on saturday. You published a photo of the uk. Prime minister at his boris johnson above the headline a dangerous cult now runs britain. I was pleased to see that despite the constant turmoil of the modern world. Some things such as the guardians famed penchant for typos. Never change. now if you're not in like british media humor world the guardians typos have been a subject of lasser in private eye and other places for a long time. But i'm just gonna read you the headline one more time and i can overdo this david. A dangerous cult now runs britain. Just imagine a slight milling. Maybe a british word that not so not so okay in the. us day. No yeah okay. Yes yes yes. That's yes subtlety british letter to the editor pages. This is from joel. landau david do reporters have to publish excerpts of their books on their employers website. If the site has a paywall can should negotiate it. Be available for free. I don't know exactly how this works bit. Traditionally that would be governed by the writer reporters contract but there any with their their employer. if you have books carved out as its own thing there's some latitude there but then when it comes to publishing online you know that sort of reverts back to the territory of the of the newspaper. You workforce is a little bit of confusion. But i think the big thing is if you were writer for the new york times if you're writing for a writer for the washington post if you're already an employee of a big outlet like that there's no better place there's no place that your publicist. But rather place your excerpts than the place that you right right. I mean name. They negotiated in the weekend magazine. They get it obey. They negotiate placement in terms of like front page. You know above the fold something like that. But but yeah. I mean unless it i mean. I can't really imagine exist if you work for like a smaller newspaper than it would be in everybody's best interest to publish a bigger place and re and redirect traffic back to the the smaller newspaper or something but generally. I think it would just be an assumption that this book that you're really excited about probably already written by a writer.

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"Friends. Who come up and say you know the the press was so hard on donald trump and it treated him in a particular way and now they're taking it so easy on joe biden. Can't you see this brian. can't you know come on. Come on brian. I know you're a liberal. But you must admit that the press is treating the two people differently and my answer to that would be on the one hand yes. Donald trump was a national emergency. Joe in the joe biden is not there is that Most importantly but the second part was the donald trump administration was this absolute perfect storm for journalists because as this report says the people had contempt for their boss. Bats it so willing to go to it too. At an extraordinary in to an extraordinary degree go to journalists and tell them everything that just happened in the white house that donald trump said minutes ago. I remember you and talking at the end of his administration. We're gonna miss not only the transparency. We're just gonna miss knowing everything that happened. The white house. Now they're now. They're in covering the biden regime. They're like oh wait. Biden surrounded by like these four aides. Who never say anything. Who have this ethic of silence about him. Depress would love to tell you everything that's going on in the biden white house in exactly the same way. Sure they would love to ride. The unflattering story from the oval office about how joe biden said something. We're forgot whatever it is but they can't do it In the same way now they will be able to do it over time. You'll get a lot of stories out of as we already have. But they can't do it to that just like unbelievable degree in that. I think that's an important point to make because i think a lot of people. Just completely misunderstand. Yeah inlets and i want to double back. On one of the things he pointed out it was the the notion of disdain. Right that was mentioned. The peace the entire white house. The everybody that worked in the trump administration according to this reporter had like utter disdain for the president right and any other presidency. You can take the most ineffectual most like low key most uninteresting presidency in history. If that had been the case that would have been the story. We would have been hearing that every single day. like holy. shit. Can you ima- can you believe how much everybody in the white house. Aides trump like l. of them. Hate him it's really. This is wild. If that were the case now that would be the story of a rather low key presidency right but when you when you talk to conservative people who are like you got to understand that trump and binder getting treated differently. It's like yeah but no but but the trump white house just served it up. The point is they didn't even serve it up. They didn't serve up the story of disdain. But that but i mean they could have been this story but they served up so much more that the story of everybody hating the boss wasn't even like like you know page a one fodder like it was all there was so much there's so many unbelievable stories to tell every day. Of course they treated him differently. You know you can't you can't you. You can't treat them the same way. It's like the thought that you could is just so. It's just such a categorical error. Totally and what people misunderstand is. The incentives for reporters are exactly the same. Like if you're trying to get ahead at the new york times washington post one of the news networks. You didn't go to your boss. After biden got elected say. Hey i'm gonna take the next four years off my My output for the next four years. It's just gonna be crap because there's nobody leaking inside the white house in the way they were anymore. You have to get the stories your your ability get promoted to become a famous writer to get book deals to become a new york. Times star is based on your ability to pull scoops out of whatever it is but this is the hand you're dealt so they're not stopping they be idiots to stop because their careers would suffer. That's just not the way. Journalism works and again. I think a lot of the conservative critique of the media center just completely misunderstand the idea of of how journalism actually works especially newspapers and especially at like networks. They have to they. The currency is still the scoop. It's just harder to get David i have some bad news. Eric s. big sends along a story from the economist. And the story is about hell. Politics in america today is a lot like wait for it. Professional wrestling headline how wrestling conspiracy theories and politics overlap. In america sub head mitt romney compared the election conspiracy to pro wrestling. This was perhaps truer than he realized. Now is the writer saying that mitt romney had not read the one hundred fifty previous think pieces comparing politics to professional wrestling is that is that what we're saying here. Sure then he realized. Oh i would like i would like to award something today. We we've circled around this. It's time to formalize it. We need here on the press. Basu in me to have a think piece championship belt. Oh i. I don't quite understand but i'm one hundred percent behind it. Let's go whatever. Think peace america's political writers political. Pundits are churning out and they think it's a new idea but everyone has already written that the case that is just stands above all others. It will get you straight onto the op-ed pages.

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"One minute. Yes yes no. I do i. I think you're a one person. But what's cool about the turner one right as i. It's usually they're feeding. Charles barkley like charles barkley is gonna have are very incendiary. Take away from the first half of basketball famously. During this playoffs the bucks are dumb basketball team. He said but then the other guys will have a chance to be like. I agree but this right pivot off it amplify. It helps them. Make the point or just be like you're full of crap dude. You're wrong and again. I would much rather be about one thing where you have people that can kinda. They don't have to argue but they can sort of way in and have like just like a normal converse sports fan conversation rather than like a soundbite. We're trying to like. Here's okay. I hit my mark right. I'm going you know and then now it's your turn. You got ten seconds that just that just doesn't work our friend max. David points as to a bit about the post. Donald trump white house media the writer. Julia yossi had a bit in her newsletter. Who's in her newsletters called. Tomorrow will be worse. She talked to a white house reporter an anonymous white house reporter who had some really really great quotes here. I wanna read them to you. The mechanics of reporting have changed so much. The reporter said referring to the environment under biden. It was just as really a barent period in which you could almost guarantee that with enough effort you could find out what's going on in the situation room now you can't and it's infuriating. Reporter rushed to clarify. Obviously i'm not wishing that trump was still president but as a reporter that wants a story. It's frustrating how discipline. They are talking about team biden. Kudos to them. They're very happy with themselves. You can see it. The coverage across the board from everyone is very very lame. You never get inside the room and hear how this shit's going down. Like how many. How are they managing this elderly man. The reporter went on. It's very difficult to go from a group of people who had contempt for their boss and are willing to leak on any subject to a group of people who think they're saving the world and who think very highly of themselves are very disciplined. I asked reporter yawkey rights. How they're managing to get scoops anyway. I don't fucking know they exclaimed. i'm working my ass off. So this is an interesting window into biden world A couple of things. I laugh halfway through is not the reference of joe biden. Is this elderly man. It was the part that you skipped which is after after that quote in apparent it said white house press secretary general psyche did not respond to a request for comment. Which is the perfect. Like to put on the whole thing. Just like the biggest digging the story and then of course the white house has not talking. That's the whole point of the story. Yeah i mean listen. This is a this is this is really insightful. Right omitted give you a window into the mind of this. At least one reporter probably a lot of reporters. And that's other but more of an unfiltered point of view than you would get even on twitter or something like that right. I mean it's it you know. The anonymity certainly changes the way that this is presented I don't know to what degree the biden white house. Thanks it's changing the world. But i mean. I don't think it's entire i. I think that's there's obviously an implicit dig their from this point of view. But i don't think anybody surprised at any of the sort of people who are in this white house who again. We saw most of them on twitter reacting to the past four years. I don't think it should be a shock to any of us that these people are taking their jobs very seriously and do think that they have an important role to play in history. A man i think. That's the entire premise of joe. Biden's candidacy rate. I mean so setting that part. Aside though i mean being being quiet y- being disciplined when it comes to media leaks is not a bad thing you know i mean. I don't think it's well known for for them. And certainly i mean th okay if you if you wanna make the argument that the public deserves to know more. That's fine but the public does not deserve to. Have you know private back channel conversations with associated with junior. You know office folk at the white house. Who were like dishing on their bosses. That's not a part of the you know. That's not a definitional. Part of the public right the declaration of independence. Yes exactly shy like should more yet probably but like do we deserve to have the same sorts of reporting style reporting opportunities that we had in in a totally dysfunctional white house. No i don't think anyone would think would say that trump set the bar for anything in in a in a way that she'd go forward right. I don't know. I just think that the fact that this is a young reporter is probably meaningful raid. The this person probably learned how to lose a lot of their learner and or a lot of their skills during a very specific presidency and it must be frustrating to have to relearn them. You know i. But i do think it's true to different degrees for everybody. But the world doesn't need the world doesn't necessarily need to cover every white house Every white house like it's a soap opera. You know and there are a million things. We talked about this a run up to this presidency. There's a bunch of stuff you can be writing about. The dozen involve palace intrigue and makes it harder. It makes it less. Juicy looked assured. Get a whole lot less fewer clicks. But you know if you're standing there frustrated that you can't get the tick-tock on you know every squabble in.

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"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on Channel 33

"The new york post. It's not necessarily a bad connotation even absences and great. Yeah no offense to the guide. The bodega we updated. But would you like a new york post. Update what is going on at the news. Please please okay. So the the headlines are still intact. chris paul having a crappy game for of the nba finals. Today is casts a pall p. l. the yankees there Second half opener against the red sox is called off because of a cove outbreak. This socks is the back page of the post today. So that's all still intact. Sports section really good really. Yeah i mean it's it's funny because one newspaper sports sections of all really really shrunk. The posts is still really big. It also covers sports. It kind of ringer away. Which may be insulting to the tradition your post but anyway it covers sports in the sense of here the articles. You actually wanna read. And i'm going to grab you by the lapels and make you read this. You know not the distanced leisurely kind of approach to writing that. Some newspapers engage in. I am sad. Report that phil mushek is added again In the media column here. But i don't know if i need to go into any details with the rachel nichols retailer column something else. Let's just put it that way. Yeah i can imagine Like fox news as we've talked about on this podcast. Not a lot of direct engagement with joe biden instead of going after biden. They're more likely to just put up the unflattering picture of ao see. Oh yeah so there is some kind of murdoch marching orders or at least everybody's kind of learn the same lesson. Do we have any questions by the way this week. About joe biden whispering and how that's starting to become the fox news me again. Part of his vocal affect. I never that you we especially when he's talking about like something really serious or sad. Come hoops i get like this. I get like did. That's joe biden. Come on so yes we got that. We got a lot of hundred biden in the new york. Post which is probably not a surprise but i think every day i've read it. There's a hunter biden story. That i was not aware was a story and in fact may not be an actual story but this one really got me the opinion section on monday. Because there's you know they run some columns in the middle of the paper. There was a column by andrew sullivan. Andrew sullivan's picture and byline like yeah. Is he a regular contributor. they're good question. There was there was a picture next to the column. I just want you to know abram x. kennedy kara swisher and tallahassee coats. Probably that column was going. Oh my wow is as you say his andrew sullivan writing for buzzed at the very bottom of the column. That excerpted with permission from andrew sullivan sub stack. Ooh i had not imagined this part of the substrate marketplace but it makes a lot of sense right. I mean there's always been syndicated contributors syndicated columnists etc. But if you're already writing them if you break them on substance you're already you already monetize ing them on sub stack. You don't have to do extra work or anything thing like that. And it's pretty safe to assume that the readerships of a you know dead tree paper and sub stack could not be more different. So you're not no one has to worry about overlap. And frankly you don't have to be like you. Can you can still maintain claims of you know non-ideological view right. You're like hey. I'm i'm not writing for a conservative newspaper right wing newspaper. I'm just writing for my sub stack if they want to exempt it. Maybe that shows says more about them and says more about you. Who's asking this question than it does about me. Yes it is the new syndication in that way. Just i just wrote it you know. Whoever picks it up picks it up. It's also just an amazing window on the state of newspapers perhaps especially tabloid newspapers and especially conservative tabloid newspapers. Yeah this is. Like we're going to andrew sullivan sub stack that. We need something to pair with the rich lory column. So we're going to andrew sub stack and we're getting it that i had a bit me back. You know my late new york days. I used to like semi seriously joke. That i wanted to start a magazine that was based entirely. There was entirely public domain texts on. The inside is just like wikipedia articles. You might be interested in reading old stories from like you know like harper's quarterly in nineteen zero one. You know whatever it was just like just stuff that you can find in the public domain because the but the story behind it. I mean the the argument behind it was basically like magazines are just physical items right. It's like you picked them up because you like the cover and you like the feel of the paper and you wanna have something to read on the subway or put on your coffee table or whatever you know and sure there's important stories and a lot of them we all want to keep up with the new yorker and blah blah blah. But that's like a small slice of why we have magazines especially in the age of the internet right Sort of two different than what's going on here right. It's just like you need to justify the existence of the paper so so you put things in the paper and just the things that are available to put in. That sort of. Don't seem to wrong. Did your hypothetical publication of a name. God it dave by. I honestly don't remember what it is. It was found magazine was taken. I don't know ideal this. Yeah exactly exactly coming up on. Today's show we answer your listener mail questions about the continuing sagas inside. Espn the joe biden. White house press corps the olympics. 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Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

"How do you explain this morning when they're in Geneva? They're not in Russia. At the Russian security teams kicking out the American press. I'm telling you why it was all agreed to in advance. The Russians probably said Yeah, yeah, sure. 12 and 12 winking or not, folks. Yeah, sure. 12 and 12. And then they probably put out the command from up top. Hey, the American press people. This will be on live video. I want to show right away who is in charge with Biden? I want you to kick them out and have the Russians kick out the Americans. Again, folks. Little things you notice when you've been behind the scenes with with this kind of operation for a while. Had been to Russia twice. I'd work with the Russians and the Czech Republic again. I don't find their security teams that impressive. I found others far better. The Israelis. The checks were great, but they always want parody. It's an act. It's an act. They do. They agreed to these press people in there. There's no question in my mind. They agreed to it knowing they were going to pull this stunt this morning so Putin could look like a tough guy on the cameras. Hey, we'll kick out whoever we want double barreled middle finger to the American security team in Biden, we're going to Make you look stupid in front of your own press corps. Who needs a thug folks. He's a thug. He's always been a thug. He has people working for him who are thugs. He has always been a thug. And they're pressed their end up and the press staffer got steamrolled this morning. I have no doubt. You got to do with our remember what? Who was the one? Uh gosh, we were They were over on that that South Korea North Korea Summit. She's grabbed the press and hold them and that's what you have to do. Well. Stephanie Grisham. Yes, that's right. That's right. Glad Jim, producer Jim to the rescue. The V O g in my ear. Very nice. Stephanie Grisham grabs our press flips the double barrel middle finger to the the North Koreans that says we're getting in that room. You can't establish weakness in front of these people.

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"press corps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"press corps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Gonna be people with all three all three views. How big is the City Hall Press Corps Ballpark? How many people I would say about a dozen often on so not only was I thought it was ham handed and unforced error and the wrong message to send. But as you mentioned, WBZ pointed out, it's also inaccurate. Yeah, you know, um and guessing someone's races in background can be a full there and sometimes, um, I try to stay away from that myself. Uh, you know, my name is Gregory Pratt. And looking at me. You you know, depending on what I've got going on with my hair, my facial hair or how much son of God and you might get different things, But I'm I'm Latino, And you don't necessarily get that as soon as you hear me or see me. And so I tried to stay away from guessing people's races. Program. Sorry, we're having connectivity issue say in our remaining moments. I wanted to just reach one of their subject with you. How does it look for the Chicago Tribune and maybe Ah, rescuer, the Calvary to come in here at the last moment? I think that it is unlikely that we'll have a full and rescue this week, but I am hopeful that shareholders will vote. No, and we can hold on for a while longer as we try to find an owner. All right, Gregory. Thank you very much for your time is always much appreciated. Still read more tomorrow in the Chicago Tribune. Thank you. Take care. All right. When we come back if we come back the Arizona on it got even stranger right down the rabbit hole. I have the latest on that. And then Brett Chase will be here in 5 35. General Iron. The owner of the company has decided to sue the city of Chicago over this permit hold up, and they're seeking more than 100 million that may help move. The city of Chicago to allow them they'll open. We'll talk to Brad Chase, who's an environmental planning and public health reporter for the Sun Times He'll be here just following Kim Gordon's 5 30 newscast now 5 16 traffic..

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President Biden unveils multi-trillion dollar infrastructure plan

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

President Biden unveils multi-trillion dollar infrastructure plan

"During the american presidency of donald trump the phrase infrastructure week became as well loved running usually deployed by weary white house. Press corps to signify yet another new cycle which had degenerated into scandal and chaos president. Joe biden will probably therefore steer well clear of the phrase but does appear to have embraced the idea unveiling what he described as a once in a generation investment in the united states ricky roads railways and bridges two trillion dollars

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President Joe Biden to hold first press conference

Fox News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

President Joe Biden to hold first press conference

"Questions on the border gun control in Who knows what else? The White House press corps is going to be judged as well. It won't only be Joe Biden gives judge and if the White House press Corps acts like either Anderson Cooper or George Stephanopoulos, who both had interviews with the president. Then it will be a game of softball. I'm Jessica Rosenthal could do heavily populated blue states soon

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The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us

20/20

05:51 min | 2 years ago

The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us

"Thursday may fourteenth. Virginia in mid may is bombed for any troubles. No silent spring here. The green archer fresh bring leaves almost met over the rutted country. Would occasionally you would see a bright. Little chipmunk perched on radio fans it's been a bad week in washington lady. Bird finds herself in the rare uncomfortable position of being the subject of some pretty scathing press. So she's fled. Dc to get out of the spotlight and come to hunt. Land and estate in middleburg virginia about an hour outside of washington. Lbj and lady. Bird had made high profile tours of appalachia. I mainly on poor whites for one of the administration's first initiatives it's war on poverty and they've quoted massive press coverage tv radio and prince. Johnson continues the president's attack on poverty as she travels to the economically depressed areas of kentucky. The forty five counties making up this area present one of the nation's worst pictures poverty several times. Mrs johnson holzer motorcade degreed local school children who have gathered along. The roadside ladybird has been a public face for this up until now the media has loved her. There's actually no vice president at the moment because lbj was the bp under kennedy and according to the constitution there's no automatic replacement for him lbj's going to announce a running mate at the convention in august at the press corps. Traveling with the first lady has started referring to her as mrs. vice president. How serious is that. i don't know not fairy. But they've clearly picked up on something real about the way. She works with lyndon in a typical piece. Editorial in the lexington herald in kentucky asks. Why not an lbj and lbj ticket. Look no farther lyneham. Your big problem of running mate for this fall is now solved. It's none other than that. Charming texan. lady. Bird johnson ladybird lasted off but all this recognition has also made her a target. Read the papers and absorb the shock. Aptitude republican congressman's visit to my tenants that i pogo county. A couple of gop congressman decided to take their own poverty. Tour to alabama where ladybird has almost four thousand acres used for cotton and timber farming that she inherited from her mother's family. The congressmen go see lady bird tenants and put out some grainy black and white photos showing their ramshackle conditions tin roof shacks with collapsing foundations. No running water basically. She's being made to look like a slum lord and those optics as they say in politics are terrible. It could have been worse. I've got to thank some way to turn it into. A constructed in ladybird been in public life for decades. And she's savvy about the press. She understands the story could deal them real political damage so her first constructive step was to avoid the press by getting out of town. That's what's brought her to hunt land back in. Washington linden's really struggling. His civil rights. Bill is stuck. In congress is war counseled dean rusk mcgeorge bundy and robert mcnamara all holdovers from kennedy are pressing him on vietnam and he has a raging toothache and i was almost asleep. A little after tway out. He called me. It was a sad happy. Talk large about the alabama tenants and about his restive desire to seek a way out of the burdens. He carries but the real source of his pain. He's actually thinking about not running. November linden is fundamentally insecure. He knows he wasn't elected that he's just there because kennedy was assassinated. He doesn't believe he has a mandate and he doesn't think he can win despite an approval rating of seventy four percent. You could argue that. This is all in his head but part of him. A big part just wants out ladybird invited. Lbj's to longtime doctors to drive out to hunt one for dinner Linden had a major heart attack at heartland almost ten years ago in nineteen fifty five. It's never really out of mind for either of them so at dinner that night with the doctors. She'd heard what they thought about his fitness. And we're going to give him a thorough medical going. The next morning and night we only talked about the psychological aspects. I don't know though that either one really understands the depth of his pain winning af faces up to the possibility of sending many thousands. American boys vietnam both ladybird linden can see the writing on the wall. Vietnam could easily derail his presidency. Their ambitions for civil rights the sweeping great society programs. He's just laid out for his doctors leave to go back. Washington bird hands them. An envelope marked personal but its contents are political to on the phone the night before linden had asked her to set out the pros and cons. I wrote at for london about a nine page analysis of what i thought he situation was. I she types out that press release. It's a bit of psychology. This is what it would feel like to announce you're not running. Then on a spiral bound steno pad ladybird writes those nine pages laying out his options This letter or what. I think is more accurately. Her strategy memo is been sitting at the lbj library forever. Pretty much overlooked by historians.

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"press corps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"press corps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Articulate again, You know, a constitutional scholar. Great lawyer talked about. In his opinion, the Democrats effort to, uh, now convict Former president Trump in a Senate trial is unconstitutional use of their authority on we talked about that, and we will continue to talk about that the same time. I just noticed the little story on the news, which might be a harbinger might be I don't know. It could be what they call you know, Canary in in the in the mineshaft, Um daily Beast, which is not a conservative right wing news. News organization at all. Says that the White House press corps is getting a little They used the word Uh, I'll use the word upset. They used a different word that began with the letter P. But I would say they're the White House Press can be a little upset with the way that being treated in the White House news briefings now. If you remember during the campaign Um, candidate. Biden was never available, and the only questions that were asked of him were toughies like The what type of milkshake is that? Is that a vanilla shake or chocolate? I mean, those were tough, penetrating media questions, and you have to give the reporters, you know, pick particularly tell where we put us a lot of credit for coming up with Ways to put it on the spot. Well, anyway, Joe Biden's had a problem for many times and hey, sometimes when he speaks, um it doesn't quite come across. As clearly as you would like to. Anyway, this is Joe Biden. In late January, talking about the progress, the progress that we're making, and I'll get back to phone calls Police all of you who there. Stay there. And if you're not in line 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 93 0 Biden on January 26 talking about What I think he's talking about what his administration is going to accomplish in terms of just ripping up vaccines. Cut 65, please rub. Some of it will come as early began to come in early summer, but by the mid by the mid summer that this vaccine will be there. And the order then, and that increases the total vaccine order in the United States by 50%. From 400 Million Order to 600 million. That's enough vaccine. Fully vaccinate 300 Americans. By end of the summer, the beginning of the fall 300, But we won't make it. Look that I want to repeat it will be enough to fully vaccinate 300 Americans. Beat this pandemic 300 million American. Oh, big difference there. Okay, clearly. Always. I don't know. Look, he's not available that much. He's not doing a lot of media events and It's a little tough to figure that one out, but I think what he means that the end is 300 million Americans and hoping I hope he succeeds. So he has a White House press person named Jen Psaki. Who was on the Obama communications team again. This is sort of some people are saying this is the Obama administration to point or whatever lot of Obama president holdovers from President Obama's administration. And the sake is now you know, she came out the first few days, and everything was hunky dorey. Everything was good, friendly, all good. But in the last few days, things have gotten a little little more difficult. Now the media is claiming in this daily beast article some members of the media that they're upset that they're being asked ahead of time. What will their questions Bay? Now. I don't think that that the media ever told the Trump administration with their questions were, um so I think that this veneer of can commit, uh, callie Geology, uh, this congenial atmosphere. That has existed, maybe cracking the other day. This was the very competent By the way, very confident. Press secretary of the President Obama jen pus AKI being asked the question and just having a little trouble putting her finger. The answer, as she leafed through with press secretaries called their briefing book. This is a cut 80 to rub. Mm. Did ask her team about this. You are someone else named asked about this the other day. I think I have something on it here. One moment. Hold on. I'll get it. It's gotta be here somewhere. Thanks for your patients. Lots to say about Cove it no doubt about it. Mm. That's not the question. So Here somewhere..

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"press corps" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"press corps" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Social media sites secures whether you think his absence has made your job any easier or the White House's job any easier as it kind of goes forward on his coat that negotiations and what what? You heard a lot of movies, right? Hey, would you have certain gravitational pull of Republicans who may be may be more inclined to take a harder position. Wonder if that's been anything that you guys have thought about or kind of considered. This may be hard to believe. We don't spend a lot of time talking about her thinking about President Trump here. Former President Trump to be very clear. She did it too. She did that Same thing that Joe Biden did. Joe Biden just the other day was saying, Well, you know, I was talking to the president. I mean, the former President Trump. Freudian slip is where you say one thing. But you mean your mother Jen Psaki just did the same thing. My broader take on the question, though, is goodness gracious White House Press corps. Get a room. Get a room. Uh Hey, Jin. Oh yes, Johnny. Isn't it awesome that Trump's off Twitter. Well, Johnny, you'll have to be more specific. What's awesome about it? Well, you know he's bad, and he's orange and bad. Wow. Great question, you know, but I don't even think about him gave him giggle. Uh, she goes on there to actually address address the substance of this question, And I don't think we're gonna like it. I think that's a question that's probably more appropriate for Republican members who are looking for ways to support a bipartisan package on whether that gives them space. But I can't say we miss him on Twitter, this president by the support.

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"press corps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"press corps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Advantage of the limited time offer. Save 75 bucks on that candid starter Kit Kennedy. Oh dot com slash ben code then Christian says Hello, longtime fan here. My question is, Is it possible to get you into the White House? So you can ask Jen Psaki questions during press briefings. I'm not sure that we could get me a credential from the White House. Press Association from White House Press Corps I the Correspondents Association. I do not know the answer to that. Although we have pursued this in the past during the Trump administration, there is some talk of us putting somebody in the press room. We've always thought that it's kind of a waste of staff honestly. Because who cares? Jen Psaki has to say. Literally. Her job is to spend on behalf of Joe Biden. So it's rare that you're going to get an answer, and it's usually about just getting a camera on you. Grant says. Hey, man, I'm from Canada, watching recent events and us with horror. I have a specific question about the distribution of seats in Congress. What is the history behind the counting of non citizens in the distribution of congressional seat? How did that come about? Is there any way to reverse it? If House us citizen I'd want the reversal of this policy abomination to be on the agenda. Why isn't it on the agenda and you see any way forward So when it comes to congressional, a portion meant by population? My understanding is that that was done originally as a sort of stop to the south to the south than the South wanted. Slave populations were not considered citizens wrongly and immorally unevenly, obviously. They wanted them counted in the portion it processes and they could have more Congress people despite having less represented population. So it's bad idea, right in the same way that the 3/5 world was a stop to that particular point of view. Now the General idea of counting non citizens in the apportionment procedure makes very little sense. It's very weird to do it that way. If you're talking about Keeping in place people who are who are literally not subject to American law, or if they are subject to American law. It's not the running want to do so. They don't want to be subject to American jurisdiction because they're here illegally. If they want to be subject to American jurisdiction, presumably they would have immigrated legally in the first place. So that is, um you know again, I agree with you. I think that that Congress being apportioned based on people who literally cannot vote in particular district is a weird idea. Is a very strange thing. Released based on citizenship, They can say Okay, well, kids can't vote at least their citizens and are subject to American law. We know who they are, where they are. The Owens says. Dear Ben. I started getting into politics when I was in the seventh grade. I've been very interesting. The government ever since I'm currently a high school student, Chicago My goal is to be in the Senate. Another 10 dishes How important social media one running for office. Well, I mean, the answer is very, very important. Very important. Unfortunately, we now live in a social media age and politicians are treated to celebrities. The more you're a celebrity, the higher the chances that you will be elected president of the United States. People are neglecting the fact that Joe Biden was elected mainly because he had the highest name rapper the name recognition for Joe Biden was the highest among any Democrat in the 2020 race. It wasn't close, actually. No other Democrat even approach. The only one who did was Bernie, who ended up finishing second. Name recognition is nearly everything When it comes to these presidential races. The same is true in a lot of Senate races, so I had Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in California. So that by the way, that's not mean that you should get active on social media right now, make sure that everything you write on social media is something that you feel like you're gonna be able to defend 10 years from now. People like me who were around at the dawn of the social media age. We didn't do that wrote some dumb stuff on Social media have explained it many, many times that matter. People still treated as though you're an untouchable because you wrote something bad when you were 19 years old. So be careful with social media for sure. At sea, Devin says. Dear Mr Shapiro, I'm a U S. Navy sailor. I feel the military budget cut is coming again. My question is why the Democrats want cutting the military spending and can the GOP do anything to prevent it from happening again? I mean the job, he could theoretically cut a deal where they raise spending across the board. Democrats do love that. The Democrats like cutting the military, because they like making the case that every dollar spent on the military is a dollar that is not spent on butter. Right. This goes back to the sort of guns and butter arguments of the 19 sixties where LBJ was saying. Well, you know Spending too much money on the military. We need the military for Vietnam. But eventually we're gonna have to cut the military and we need to spend that on domestic social programs. The problem is that domestic social programs are actually not in the original purview of the United States Congress. Those are their wild exaggerations of congressional power. Nonetheless, Democrats love cutting the military because they believe fundamentally that America should not be powerful on the world stage. They believe that America should back off. It is not their isolationist so as to ensure America's continuity and power is that they really believe that America is an imperialist colonialist power and that our intrusion on the world stage has made the world a worse place. There's a sort of Noam Chomsky Field to the foreign policy of the Democrats. Okay. Final question today. Holt, says esteems, Mr Shapiro. I've often heard you speak.

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"press corps" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"press corps" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the show, and we continue to prosecute the argument that the action is local. If you're despondent over what's happened at the federal level, what's happening at the federal level? What's happening at the institutional level with Fortune 500 companies with Ivy League universities and their brother in With the D. C Press corps. Focus on where you can have the greatest impact because it turns out life is very different community by community state by state in this country, and thus life can get better. If some communities now replicating failure, choose instead to scale successes they see elsewhere on no issue is that more salient than school choice or parental choice. Get into an interesting discussion with somebody about the terminology here and stop selling school choice. Focus on parental choice. Make it parent focus. So because we know the parents are student focus, child focus in the way that some school systems aren't focused on the parents, and they're called arms to embrace the choices they should have on. There's a new book out. That speaks to a topic area within parental choice that we've talked about before, and that's for Children with special needs, Whether it's learning disabilities or other developmental disabilities. There's an excellent scholarship program we have spoken about in this program that exists in Florida that could very well exist Other places if there was the activism on the local level on the state level to bring it to fruition. For more on what's happening with respected programs that support Children with learning disabilities and effectively do so Replace to be joined by Lance Izumi, who's senior director of the Center for Education, the Pacific Research Institute and the author of Cutting Hurricane. No More. The Journey of One young woman who overcame Learning Disabilities through Science and Educational Choice land. Thanks for joining us appreciate it. Thank you so much. Damn it. Well, tell us the story of Mia Giordano, the young woman who is the proverbial kite in the hurricane. No more. Well, if it's a really inspiring story, dan story of a young woman and she's actually I was born with some well, she had as a child, very serious health difficulties, which then resulted In her having very serious learning disabilities. Because of this conventional schools, both public and private, were unable to really deal with her. It was only when her mom exercise that parental choice that you spoke about and took her out in home school. Her that they were able to find. A nonconventional Canadian program, which actually didn't try and compensate for the weakness is in her brain but actually tried to make those weak areas just as strong as the rest of her brain, So you'd have a stronghold. And it succeeded through various exercises and over a four year period she was able to go from this person who really wasn't learning at all to somebody now who is probably going to be able to get into a very prestigious university like Notre Dame. What? What is this? I want to make sure we get this. The Aerosmith program that you're referencing. What is the secret sauce? If you will. Well, the secret sauce here Dan is that the brain is a very complex organ. And so you know, each part of the brain is interconnected. There's many different parts of the brain and what this program does. It identifies those parts of the brain which are weak and are causing all these learning disabilities and so through diagnostic assessments, they are able to figure that out, and then they're able to target Exercises that will strengthen and stimulate those parts of the brain. This is an important point is that your brain isn't static. Your brain is always evolving, and it's always changing so that You know if your bull born with or have some weaknesses in your brain that cause learning disability, That's not how it's going to be for the rest of your life. You can change that. And this is what this Aerosmith program does. And it worked incredibly, with Mia. So that you know, as I said she wasn't able to read Four years later, she read 53 books during the summertime and then and then there's like an Aerosmith program. Does that then fold into compliment like the individual education plan that's crafted for the individual student like Mia. Yes, exactly. Right. Then she was able to do the Aerosmith program that focused on her brain but then also able to do in a regular school work as well. And so that progresses, you know, while her brain was changing in her learning disabilities were falling by the wayside. You mentioned the program in Florida that gives scholarships too. Students who have specially that's the gardener Scholarship program. I mean, that's one of the things that is a great thing about what's going on in Florida is that you see a lot of private schools in Florida, offering the Aerosmith program because parents can access this scholarship money to take their special needs Children to get this type off very effective instruction. When we come back with Lance, assuming I want to talk about another report that he's authored the new and emerging obstacles facing charter schools, another innovation in the K through 12 Education front, under assault from teachers unions more with Lance Izumi, senior director of the Center for Education Specific Research Institute and co author of Ah Kite in a hurricane gnome, or the Journey of one young woman who overcame learning disabilities through science and educational choice. We'll be right back. This portion is sponsored by the American Federation for Children, the nation's largest school choice advocacy organization, helping every family choose the best K through 12 education for their Children. Find them on social media at school choice. Now that's at school choice now. I see well too well. So the more you listen more, you'll know this is this is the dance profit show. Hi..

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"press corps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"press corps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm here with deep pride, respect for the people that made this mass vaccination side possible. That's my focus. That's where my energy is going. And so that's why I'm here with confidence and expectation will build on the work that's been done here. And we can replicate sites like this up and down the state of California. So that was a non answer. He didn't want to talk about the recall. He wanted to shift shift the topic to the vaccination site that is Dodger Stadium and it's closed today because it's a holiday. Let's listen to the follow up. Do you disagree with the characterization of it as a coup? As it relates to the issue of vaccinations relates tissue, testing, isolation and tracing getting the state moving again. Re opening. Our businesses reopen our schools. That's the focus. That's where my energy is where I'll be putting most of my time and respectfully not focusing on those issues. So he's just flatly refusing to acknowledge its existence. And they will, of course, let him get away with it because it is the California Press Corps, and they're in the bag for Ward Newsom in his team. But eventually, when this thing qualifies for the ballot, he's going to be forced to run a campaign to keep his job. He's gonna be forced to address the issues of all of those Californians who signed the recall petition. He may not want to talk about it. He may not want to address it, but at a certain point you have to because your name is going to be on the ballot, buddy. Let's go ahead and listen to Ward news him on why so many counties are doing poorly with the vaccine. So why are we seeing some counties are getting to the one B phase quicker than others? For example, Even Long Beach City has moved quicker than the rest of the county's right. A lot of places with reality is where many parts But one body and the fact is 58 counties. Foreign 70, almost four in 80 cities in the state, different leadership, different methodology in terms.

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